Papers of Gordon Aronheim, 1661-1902.


Aronheim, Gordon,. Papers of Gordon Aronheim, 1661-1902.

Papers of Gordon Aronheim, 1661-1902.

Include letter, January 1661, from B. Brouttet, Civitavecchia, Italy, regarding an accident and his consequent stay in a charitable hospital, soliciting financial assistance, and including two dixains. Also include letter, 3 September 1744, from J. Menshengen, Frankfurt, Hessen, regarding Johann Friedrich Karl von Ostein, Elector of Mainz, and politics in the Holy Roman Empire. Also include letter, 30 August 1765, from Voltaire to M. Thiriot, regarding Rousseau, the theater, and old age; warrant, 1780, from the Virginia Land Office, to survey land for George Rogers Clark; and commission, 21 June 1858, appointing William Thomas Philippe Bernard ensign in the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment, signed by Queen Victoria. Also include letter, 29 November 1865, from Ralph Waldo Emerson, Concord, Mass., to Julia C.R. Dorr, accepting an invitation; letter, 21 November 1902, from William Ernest Henley, Woking, England, regarding a visit; and letter, n.d., from Lord Normanby, wishing the recipient luck serving in Parliament. Also include note, ca. 1777, regarding the site of Abingdon, Va., at the place proposed by Samuel Briggs and Joseph Black and signed by Joseph Thompson, William Campbell, William Cocke, and Evan Shelby.

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After the conclusion of the French and Indian War, the British government issued a proclamation designed to prevent clashes between the settlers and Indians. This proclamation of 1763 forbid settlement west of the Alleghany mountains. From the description of List of complete military warrants under the Proclamation of 1763 from the Virginia Land Office,. (Library of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 318646134 The act which established the Land Office passed the General Assembly...

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