Letters and receipt, 1766-1772.

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Johnson, William, Sir, 1715-1774. Letters and receipt, 1766-1772.

Letters and receipt, 1766-1772.

ALS written by Sir William Johnson to his son, Sir John Johnson, Jan 26, 1767; copy of an ALS, written in an unidentified hand, from [Ryer?] Schermerhorn and John Glen, Jr., to William Smith, Jun 9, 1766, concerning settlement of petitions for land claimed in part by them and by Smith and Johnson; and a receipt, holograph manuscript, written by Johnson for money received from Josias Swart, May 7, 1772. Johnson's letter, dated at Johnson Hall, was written to his son in England. Johnson discusses news of his creation as a peer and settlement of his land affairs in New York. He briefly discusses Indian relations, including reference to his recommendation of Richard Shuckburgh for Secretary of Indian Affairs; his correspondence with officials in England; and family news. This letter is accompanied by a typed transcript.

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Smith, William, 1766-1836

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Johnson, John, Sir, 1742-1830

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Son of Sir William Johnson, Bart. From the description of Deed to Robert Adams, 1771 September 21. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122346499 Sir John Johnson (1742-1830), a New York loyalist leader. In May 1776, he fled to Canada, and, having reached Montreal was authorized to raise a body of rangers that became known as King's Royal Regiment of New York (also known as Queen's Loyal New Yorkers, Sir Johnson's Regiment or Johnson's Royal Greens). In 1776, Johnson's regiment wa...

Glen, John, Jr., fl. 1766.

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Schermerhorn, Ryer, fl. 1766.

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Swart, Josias.

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Shuckburgh, Richard, 1728-1773

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British public official and physician. From the description of Richard Shuckburgh papers, 1745-1773. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981453 ...

Johnson, William, 1715-1774

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British official in America. From the description of Receipt signed to an autograph letter signed (signature obliterated) dated Schonectady [sic] 24 December, 1764 : [n.p.], 1764 Dec. 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270496465 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Johnson Hall, to an unidentified correspondent, 1769 Apr. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270487684 Sir William Johnson was a wealthy land owner and trader, controlling most of the lands in...