Letters to Major Burr Powell [manuscript], 1829 January 20-August 10.

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Monroe, James, 1758-1831. Letters to Major Burr Powell [manuscript], 1829 January 20-August 10.

Letters to Major Burr Powell [manuscript], 1829 January 20-August 10.

Monroe, Oak Hill, writes to Major Powell, Middleburg, regarding Powell's "claims on the French Government" and the efforts of Mr. Pleasanton to handle the suit.

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