Papers collected by Clement Dixon Johnston [manuscript], 1683-1943.

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Johnston, Clement Dixon, 1895-1979,. Papers collected by Clement Dixon Johnston [manuscript], 1683-1943.

Papers collected by Clement Dixon Johnston [manuscript], 1683-1943.

The collection includes a contemporary account, ca. 1676, of Bacon's rebellion; a warrant, 1683, signed by Lords Rochester and Godolphin, providing an annuity for Nell Gwyn; and South Carolina legal documents, 1703-1787, signed by Nicholas Trott, William Bull, William Henry Drayton, Aedanus Burke, and Thomas Heyward. Also autographs, 1723-1943, of Charles Dickens, Benjamin Disraeli, Georges I, III and IV of England, Rudyard Kipling, John Leech, and George S. Patton; and a letter, 1726, from Prince Eugene of Savoy, regarding a book he has received; a money order, 1738, for Thomas Hancock; a commission, 1760, signed by Lord Holderness, for Charles Chapman as captain in Charles Colvill's regiment of foot. Also a survey warrant, 1780, signed by Patrick Henry for acreage belonging to Georges Rogers Clark; a letter, 1784, from Lord Cornwallis to Lord Sydney, regarding British government and recommending an officer who formerly served under him; an account, 1786, signed by Edward Gibbon, for furniture made for him while in France; and a letter, 1789, from Aaron Burr on legal matters. Also a letter, 1793, from Alexander Hamilton to Henry Lee, regarding money owed by Virginia to the United States government; a commission, 1795, signed by Lord Portland, appointing James Garth captain in Lord Adam Gordon's regiment of foot; a money order, 1797, signed by William Hamilton; and a letter, ca. 1798, from Henry Lee to John Nicholson regarding financial matters. Also a certificate, 1803, signed by Napoleon I and Hugues-Bernard Maret, conferring the "sabre d'honneur" on Jean Baptiste Heloin; an appointment, 1806, signed by Lord Bedford, for an Irish tax commissioner, and a letter, 1812, from Isaac Shelby regarding his election as Kentucky governor. Also a letter, 1829, from Sir Walter Scott, regarding a library purchase; an 1835 Ohio land grant; a letter, 1845, Charles Dickens to Charles Robert Leslie regarding sitting for a portrait; and some poetry, 1848, copied and signed by Dolley Madison. Also a note, 1849, James Brooke to Samuel Wilberforce thanking him for his advocacy before the Bornean commission of inquiry, and correspondence and drawings, ca. 1859, of William Makepeace Thackeray regarding the character "Captain Strong" based on Henry Glynn. Also a letter, 1859, from Mary Custis Lee regarding family portraits, abolitionists and the raid on Harper's Ferry; a letter, 1862, from Joseph E. Johnston to P.G.T. Beauregard regarding James Longstreet's proposals for increasing C.S.A. army enlistment; and a Confederate soldier's travel expense account, 1862. Also a letter, ca. 1863, from Anne Thackeray Ritchie requesting an address; a letter, 1864, from Anthony Trollope regarding travel arrangements; a note, ca. 1869, from John Tenniel regarding his reputation; and a poem, 1874, signed by James Russell Lowell, regarding the first crop of cotton harvested by freedmen on Jefferson Davis's plantation together with a small wad of cotton and an explanatory note signed by James Freeman Clarke. Also a letter, 1891, from Mark Twain on the Clemens family; a letter, 1896, from James Longstreet defending his actions at Gettysburg; clippings, 1895, about Alexandre Dumas, fils; a letter, 1907, Brand Whitlock to W. Kerfoot Stewart regarding a friend arrested in Port Clinton, and a strike in Toldeo. Also a letter, 1913, Rudyard Kipling to Lord Curzon regarding a meeting of the Royal Literary Fund; a Christmas card, 1932, from Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt; a letter, 1937, from Carter Glass regarding Roosevelt's Supreme Court appointments; and a receipt, n.d., Alexander Pope to the Duke of Shrewsbury acknowledging payment for Pope's Iliad translation. Also a letter, n.d., from Warren Hastings on moral and religious values, coats-of-arms for the the Byron family and John Randolph of Roanoke; an invitation, n.d., from Lady Hamilton; and a letter, n.d., Thomas Frognall Dibdin to Thomas Joseph Pettigrew regarding a medieval sculpture found near Stonehenge. Also a note, n.d., from Alexandre Dumas, fils, authorizing publication of an essay on George Sand; an envelope in Mark Twain's hand, n.d., addressed to Charles Warren Stoddard, with a note about Bret Harte; a draft letter, n.d., signed by William Gillette regarding copyright for productions of Sherlock Holmes; a letter from Jerome K. Jerome on not working for "Toryism"; and two photographs, n.d., of Robert Louis Stevenson. Also printed portraits, n.d., of Samuel Adams, James Buchanan, Charles Carroll, Charles II and George IV of England, George Rogers Clark, Grover Cleveland, Jefferson Davis, Charles Dickens, Stephen A. Douglas, Prince Eugene of Savoy, Millard Fillmore, Ulysses S. Grant, John Hancock, Benjamin Harrison, Warren Hastings, Rutherford B. Hayes, Andrew Jackson, Rudyard Kipling, the Marquis de Lafayette, Napoleon I, Samuel Pepys, Franklin Pierce, Edgar Allan Poe, Alexander Pope, and John Randolph.

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