Letter of John Strode Barbour [manuscript], 1839 September 10.


Barbour, J. S. (John Strode), 1790-1855. Letter of John Strode Barbour [manuscript], 1839 September 10.

Letter of John Strode Barbour [manuscript], 1839 September 10.

Barbour, Culpeper, Virginia, writes to Luke E. Lawless, Thomas Hart Benton and Leslie F. Linn, St. Louis, Missouri, introducing Richard Johnson Tutt, of Culpeper, who wishes to settle in Missouri.

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Tutt, Richard Johnson, fl. 1839.

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Lawless, Luke E., fl. 1839,

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Linn, Leslie F., fl. 1839,

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Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858

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Thomas Hart Benton (1782-1858) was a Missouri Democrat who served as a senator from 1821 to 1851. He opposed both abolitionism and the extension of slavery into new territories, but was a staunch advocate of westward expansion of the United States. He died in 1858. From the guide to the Thomas Hart Benton letter, 1846 May 14, (J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah) Lawyer; Tennessee state senator, 1809-1811; aide-de-camp to Andrew Jackson; colonel of a regiment of ...

Barbour, J. S. (John Strode), 1790-1855

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John Strode Barbour was born in 1790 in Culpeper Co., Va. He graduated from the College of William and Mary. After studying law, he was admitted to the bar. He served in Virginia House of Delegates. He served in U.S. Congress from 1823-1833 and was a member of the Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1829/30. Barbour died in 1855. From the description of Letter, 1829 February 10, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., to Editor of National Intelligencer. (College of William &am...