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Hortensia M. Rogers to Mrs. Eliza Kortright Monroe Hay., 4 January 1831

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Author: Rogers, Hortensia Monroe
Abstract: Mr. Rogers looks badly. All the servants have the measles. Sorry to read accounts of 1 of January dinners. He James Monroe is very old and recent misfortune demands seculsion not solitude. If he sees company it should be of a different sort from Morris, Livingston, Ogden. Grandfather's claim has been brought forward by Fenton Mercer. Doesn't like Thomas Swann visiting. Tell me something of Maria Gouverneur. I do not wish to interfere in Aunt M's concerns. She has a husband to take care of her.
Issued Date: 1831-01-04
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10288/22577
Citation: Monroe-Hay Family Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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