Correspondence, with John Marshall, James Monroe, Martin Van Buren, Daneil Webster, and others [manuscript] : correspondence, 1845-51, between members of the Leigh family, 1800-1833(1851).

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Randolph, John, 1773-1833. Correspondence, with John Marshall, James Monroe, Martin Van Buren, Daneil Webster, and others [manuscript] : correspondence, 1845-51, between members of the Leigh family, 1800-1833(1851).

Correspondence, with John Marshall, James Monroe, Martin Van Buren, Daneil Webster, and others [manuscript] : correspondence, 1845-51, between members of the Leigh family, 1800-1833(1851).

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Randolph, John, 1773-1833

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Randolph served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1799-1813, 1815-1817, 1819-1825, 1827-1829), the U.S. Senate (1825-1827), the Virginia Constitutional Convention (1829-1830), and as Minister to Russia (1830-1831). From the description of Letter of introduction, 10 July 1813. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235133950 U. S. Congressman from Virginia. From the description of Letter [manuscript] : Liverpool, England, to Jacob Harvey, Cork Irela...

Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852

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Monroe, James, 1758-1831

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Clay, John Randolph, 1808-1885

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Wickham, John, 1763-1839

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Richmond, Va., lawyer, defender of Aaron Burr. From the description of Letter to J.T. Mason [manuscript], 1798 February 22. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647816529 Williamsburg and Richmond, Va., lawyer. From the description of Letter to William Wirt [manuscript], 1809 January 4. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647807875 From the description of Letter to William Wirt, 1809 January 4. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record...

Marshall, John, 1755-1835

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Van Buren, Martin, 1782-1862

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Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858

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Brockenbrough, John, 1774-1852

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Stanford, Richard, 1767-1816

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Scott, Winfield, 1786-1866

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Commanding general of the U.S. Army. From the description of Papers, 1822-1846. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 32878776 American army officer. Commissioned a captain of light artillery in May 1808, lieutenant colonel 1812, promoted to brigadier general for service in War of 1812; general-in-chief of U.S. Army 1841-1861. From the description of ALS : Petersburg, Va., to William Branch Giles, 1808 Oct. 5. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat r...

Bryan, Joseph, 1773-1812.

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Joseph Bryan (1773-1812) was the son of Jonathan Bryan (1708-1788). Joseph inherited his father's property on Wilmington and Whitemarsh Islands near Savannah, Georgia. Joseph studied law in the office of U. S. Attorney General Edmund Randolph and represented Georgia in Congress from 1803 until 1806. From the description of Joseph Bryan property records, 1801-1807. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38477660 ...

Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870

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