Papers of the Reverend William Douglas [manuscript], 1716-1862 (bulk 1751-1862).
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Agriculturalist and prominent Secessionist. From the description of Papers of Edmund Ruffin [manuscript], 1861. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647855369 Edmund Ruffin was a noted agriculturalist and publisher of Prince George and Hanover counties, Va. He was a strong defender of slavery and a secessionist. From the description of Edmund Ruffin papers, 1784-1893. WorldCat record id: 32040042 Edmund Ruffin was an agricultural experimenter an...
The University of Edinburgh was established by Royal Charter in 1582 . It was originally called Tounis College, when part of a legacy left by Robert Reid, Bishop of Orkney in 1558 had established a college of which the Town Council had gained control to establish a College of Law on the South side of Edinburgh. The inception of the University took place in 1583 . In 1617 when King James VI of Scotland (I of England) visited the College it was decreed that the College should change i...
Virginia lawyer and educator. From the description of Notebook and journal, 1815-1822. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19647035 Francis Walker Gilmer was born 9 October 1790 at "Pen Park" in Albemarle County, Virginia, to George Gilmer (1742-1795) and Lucy Walker Gilmer (1751-1800). He received some of his education at Monticello from Martha Jefferson Randolph (1772-1836) and at a school run by James Ogilvie (1760-1820). Gilmer attended the College of William ...
According to the Canons of 1604, XLIX-LII, of the Church of England, only those persons whose faith and learning are known to their bishop are licensed to preach. Such is the case because the Anglican bishop has pastoral charge of his entire diocese, and the ministers of that diocese, and the ministers of that diocese are considered to be his assistants. From the description of Church of England licensing document, 1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122406060 The major mis...
Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870) served as General of the Confederate Army in the U.S. Civil War and was president of Washington College in Lexington, Virginia from 1865 to 1870. Lee spent the first twenty-three years of his military career in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. From 1837 to 1841 he was superintending engineer for the harbor of St. Louis and the upper Mississippi and Missouri rivers. Robert E. Lee was a United States Army officer, 1829-1861; commander of Virginia forces in the ...
Episcopal minister in Goochland and Louisa counties; tutor of Thomas Jefferson. From the description of Bond [manuscript], 1785 November 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647863321 Episcopal minister of Goochland and Louisa counties, Va.; tutor to Thomas Jefferson. From the description of Notes from Goochland and Louisa County, Va. deedbooks [manuscript], 1754-1784. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647865381 From the descript...