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Letter, 1820 January 1, James Maury, Liverpool, England, to his son, William Maury, Charlestown, S.C.

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Author: Maury, James, 1746-1840
Abstract: Includes abbreviated typed transcription.Thanks him for the information from Washington; the Treasury has informed all consuls in England that they must be present when oaths are taken; he felt this was impractical so he let people take oaths to other public officials as well; concerned that William's trip of five days and five nights will be too much for him; his [WM] friend Lorimer often asks about him; Lorimer recommends temperance too; two men named Guilliard; friends of S. Williams, dined with them last night; Miss Carson's marriage; sends regards. Letter Signed.
Issued Date: 1820-01-01
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/18399
Citation: Maury Family Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.


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