Letter : George Town, to David Parish, Philadelphia, 1816 April 2.

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Randolph, John, 1773-1833. Letter : George Town, to David Parish, Philadelphia, 1816 April 2.

Letter : George Town, to David Parish, Philadelphia, 1816 April 2.

Randolph does not doubt the passage of the Bank bill and thanks Parish for correspondence between Parish's father and the Duke of Kent on public education.

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Randolph, John, 1773-1833

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Randolph served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1799-1813, 1815-1817, 1819-1825, 1827-1829), the U.S. Senate (1825-1827), the Virginia Constitutional Convention (1829-1830), and as Minister to Russia (1830-1831). From the description of Letter of introduction, 10 July 1813. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235133950 U. S. Congressman from Virginia. From the description of Letter [manuscript] : Liverpool, England, to Jacob Harvey, Cork Irela...

Parish, David, -1826

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