Typed notes on the bill of sale for one slave named Ben from Anthony Payton to William Augustine Washington. Assumed by historians that Washington was the nephew of President George Washington. Includes a full transcription of the letter.
Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932; Envelopes; Seals and labels (Philately)
Envelope from Jusserand 1924 February 2 letter. The upper left corner reads "Ambassade de France a Washington". There are two stamps, one blue and one red, in the upper right corner. A penciled in note amends the typewritten address as 1721...
Bierce discusses Neale, then decides that it would be a good idea to refrain from talking about Neale because of his feelings towards him. There are some edits made to the text in ink, as well as some notes in pencil.
Madison, James, 1751-1836; United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison); Letters
In this letter, written in dr brown ink on beige paper, Madison approves Jarvis' request, but reminds him that governments do not always run smoothly and therefore it would be wise to exercise patience in the future.
Burr responds to a letter he received on 21 November. Burr indicates that he has enclosed amendments to the Constitution. The letter is written in ink on beige paper that has a few discolored holes in it.