Letters, 1821-1844.

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Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844. Letters, 1821-1844.

Letters, 1821-1844.

The first item is Nicholas Biddle's letter accepting the invitation to address the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture at its annual meeting on January 15, 1822. Biddle sent letters with copies of his address to Thomas J. Rogers, Walter Lowrie, President James Monroe, Thomas Law, Jacob Brown, Jonathan Roberts, John Hare Powel, J. LeRay de Chaumont, Mathew Carey, John Quincy Adams, Stephen Duncan, Timothy Pickering, Nathaniel Amory, Col. Kingsberry, Samuel D. Ingham, and Isaiah Graham. Other correspondents are Eliakim Littell and John Stuart Skinner. The final item is Biddle's resignation from the Society just prior to his death in 1844, addressed to James Mease.

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Senator. Jonathan Roberts was born on August 16, 1771, in Norristown, Pennsylvania. He was a United States Representative and Senator from Pennsylvania, apprenticed as a wheelwright, was a member of the State representatives 1799-1800, and a member of the State senate 1807-1811. He was elected as a Republican United States Representative from 1811-1814, a Republican United States Senator from 1814-1821, chairman of the Committee on Claims, Committee to Audit and Control....

Monroe, James, 1758-1831

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Mease, James, 1771-1846

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Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829

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Littell, Eliakim, 1797-1870

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Amory, Nathaniel.

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Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848

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Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839

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Law, Thomas, 1756-1834

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Brown, Jacob, 1775-1828

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Graham, Isaiah.

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Ingham, Samuel D. (Samuel Delucenna), 1779-1860

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Kingsberry, Colonel.

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Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844

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Writer, politician and financier, of Pennsylvania. From the description of Nicholas Biddle letters, 1817-1840, and undated. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 34992389 José Francisco Correia da Serra was a Portuguese scholar, naturalist and diplomat. From the guide to the José Francisco Correia da Serra letters, 1810-1823, 1810-1823, (American Philosophical Society) William Clark requested that Nicholas Biddle, scholar, statesman, and financier, writ...

Powel, John Hare, 1786-1856

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John H. Powel was a Philadelphia, Pa. soldier, statesman, agriculturalist and author. From the description of Accounts, 1830-1835. (Historical Society of Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 122541240 Legislator and agriculturist; member of Pennsylvania Senate, 1827-30. From the description of Power of attorney : London, 1831 May 28. (Bryn Mawr College). WorldCat record id: 28996426 ...