[Hirst collection of letters from Rev. Samuel Marsden and others] [manuscript]. 1641-1897.


Hirst, Edward. [Hirst collection of letters from Rev. Samuel Marsden and others] [manuscript].

[Hirst collection of letters from Rev. Samuel Marsden and others] [manuscript]. 1641-1897.

Documents include; Letter from Samuel Marsden; a letter from Lord Chesterfield to his son, 1739; a conditional pardon, 1818; an indenture, 1827; a letter from Joseph Chamberlain on the American situation, 1897 and a letter signed Charles R (possibly Charles I) and dated 1641.

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