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Betsy Watts, Bedford County, Virginia, to her daughter, Sarah Watts, Williamsburg, Virginia, 29 May 1807

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Author: Watts, Betsy
Abstract: Betsy Watts, Bedford County, Virginia?, to her daughter, Sarah Watts, Williamsburg, Virginia. Reports that her father left on business (?); tells of a recent camp meeting, and a sermon delivered by Dr. Genings, which offended many due to its numerous sexual allusions, and comments on her sex "thinking for themselves"; Cousin Mary did not get married, though she did have a wealthy suitor for a while; compliments to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson; inquires how her teeth are feeling. 4 pages. Autograph letter signed. Including typescript. 2 pages.
Issued Date: 1807-05-29
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/20350
Citation: Sarah C. Watts Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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