Papers of Francis Kinloch Huger [manuscript] 1795-1897.


Huger, Francis Kinloch, 1773-1855. Papers of Francis Kinloch Huger [manuscript] 1795-1897.

Papers of Francis Kinloch Huger [manuscript] 1795-1897.

Chiefly pertaining to Huger's and Erick Bollman's attempt to free Lafayette from prison in Olmutz, Moravia, 1794-95; including accounts by Huger, Bollman and Mary Ester Huger (his daughter) [holographs and printed]--Letters, 1795 Sept. 26 & Nov. 23, Timothy Pickering to Francis Kinloch (Huger's uncle) re: Huger's release from prison [2 items. ca. 1 p. holographs signed]--Order releasing Bollman and Huger from Olmutz, 1795 June 5 [3 p. holograph signed]--Letters, ca. 1799-1826, Lafayette to Huger [3 items. 2 holographs signed. 1 transcript (handwritten)]. Also Lafayette to John Brooks and Madief Montjeau. Other items include: letter, 1795 June 9, Edward Rutledge to Thomas Pinckney [3 p. holograph signed]--Letter, 1796 March 5, George Washington to Thomas Pinckney or Mr. Deas--Plantation book, 1859-61, of Murray Hill, near Savanna, Ga., of Joseph A. Huger, listing no. of slaves and clothing given them. [11 p. holograph].

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