Letter to Thomas Swan and John S. Skinner [manuscript] 1809 and 1830.

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Monroe, James, 1758-1831. Letter to Thomas Swan and John S. Skinner [manuscript] 1809 and 1830.

Letter to Thomas Swan and John S. Skinner [manuscript] 1809 and 1830.

A letter to Thomas Swan, 1809 June 20, discusses duties due by Monroe at Norfolk, and personal finances. A letter to John S. Skinner, 1830 November 18, concerns a missing bundle containing Francois de Barbé Marbois' history of Louisiana, reports on Monroe's claims including a memorial from Albemarle County, Va., and letters from General Thomas Pinckney, lost on trip from Oak Hill to New York.

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