1 edition of Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence found in the catalog.
Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence
Charles Fenton Mercer
Written in English
Letter (1825) and correspondence (1832) regarding loans for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Includes an ALS (1832 December 25) from John Peter Van Ness to Phineas Janney pertaining to the loans.
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MERCER, CHARLES FENTON, (cousin of Robert Selden Garnett), a Representative from Virginia; born in Fredericksburg, Va., J ; was graduated from Princeton College in ; took a postgraduate course in the same college and received his degree in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Aldie, Loudoun County, Va.; member of the State house of ?memIndex=M Mercer, Charles Fenton, Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence, Library of Congress: referencedIn: Eleazer Louis Ripley Wheelock Papes,Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
creatorOf://w6qv3v There are ten items, chiefly letters,from Charles Fenton Mercer () of Leesburg, Virginia, to John Janney and Richard H. Henderson, both of Leesburg, Loudon County, Virginia. Correspondence,with Henderson and Janney pertains to a dispute with Peter and Nathan Skinner over a boundary ?docId=uva-sc/viuxml.
'Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence' -- subject(s): Correspondence, Canals 'Speech of Mr. Mercer, in reply to a motion of Mr. Rivers, of. Virginia, to strike from the military appropriation bill the Her correspondence, ca. –, contains significant letters from Charles Fenton Mercer Garnett (of "Cedar Hill," Hanover County, concerning Henry Alexander Wise and the presidential election of ); her son, U.
Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence book Muscoe Russell Hunter Garnett; her sister, Martha Fenton Hunter; and her cousin, Maryland educator Margaret :// Items Letter to Charles Fenton Mercer, House of Representatives, Washington [D.
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C.] Type of Resource. text Mercer, Charles Fenton, Credit Line: Library Charles Fenton Mercer correspondence book Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Cite This Item. American Colonization Society records, Correspondence, financial and business papers, reports, and miscellaneous material relating HUNTER, Robert Mercer Taliaferro, a Representative and a Senator from Virginia; born at "Mount Pleasant," near Loretto, Essex County, Va., Ap ; tutored at home; graduated from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville in ; studied law; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice at Lloyds; member, State general assembly ; elected as a States-Rights Whig to ,-Robert-Mercer-Taliaferro-(H).
Colonization records were created to document the efforts of the Republic of Texas to encourage the immigration of new citizens by the signing of contracts with agents, similar to the Mexican government’s empresario grants, and the enforcement of the agreements contained within those contracts.
Types of records include lists of immigrants, contracts, correspondence, reports, resolutions Mercer, Charles Fenton, Publisher Richmond, Priv. print. by Whittet & Shepperson Collection duke_libraries; americana Digitizing sponsor Duke University Libraries Contributor Duke University Libraries Language English Volume c.1 Get this from a library.
Papers: of the Mercer family, [Mercer family.; John Caile; Charles Fenton Mercer; James Mercer; John Mercer; John Francis Mercer; Elizabeth Calloway Sprigg; Richard Sprigg] -- The bulk of this collection consists of letters of Virginia congressman John Francis Mercer plus his account book,with slave lists for his Anne Arundel County, Md books Authored by Sharon Virts Masque of Honor – Coming in February.
A historical fiction based on the true story of two cousins in early 19th century America who turn against one another over power, position, and politics, in a fight to the death to defend their dreams and their honor.
Set in Loudoun [ ] The James Mercer Garnett Papers contain correspondence and other papers. Garnett's letters mostly concern family matters, but also include letters from Henry St. George Tucker commenting on the administrations of presidents Jefferson and Madison and on American foreign policy.
In the Charles Fenton Mercer Papers,9 items. The ?memIndex=G Also included are papers of John Francis Mercer's father, lawyer John Mercer () of "Marlborough," Stafford County, VA., including an account book,from his legal practice; correspondence of John Francis Mercer's brothers George Mercer () and James Mercer (), chiefly concerning family and political topics ?path=&search1.
Charles Fenton Mercer (J – May 4, ) was a nineteenth-century politician, U.S. Congressman, and lawyer from Loudoun County, Virginia. The youngest son of James Mercer and Eleanor Mercer,  he was the first cousin of Robert Selden Garnett and James Mercer Garnett, both also members of Congress.
Born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Mercer graduated from Princeton In spite of growing opposition to such contracts, President Sam Houston granted Charles Fenton Mercer a contract to settle at least families a year for five years, beginning on Janu Mercer soon organized a company, the Texas Association, to advertise and promote colonization, and sold shares at $ each to investors in Charles Fenton Mercer wrote at length about the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (August 2, ).
Many items concern Force's publishing career, including a group of letters from William Thompson, who wished to work for Force (May July ), and items exchanged by Force and Matthew St.
Clair Clarke, his collaborator on American ://?id=navbarbrowselink;view=text. CHARLES FENTON MERCER AND THE TRIAL OF NATIONAL CONSERVATISM.
by Douglas R. Egerton. Published by University Press of Mississippi. Fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. Circa Black and red dustwrapper. Book in almost mint condition.
Slight rub to edge of dustwrapper. ISBN: Stock no. Price £ James Mercer’s son Charles Fenton Mercer made his home during his last years with a niece who was married to the Rev. John Page McGuire, principal of the Episcopal High School near the seminary.
Mercer died inleaving one or two trunks of papers inherited from his father, James :// James Barbour correspondence, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. Repository Manuscripts and Archives Division Access to materials Mercer (Charles Fenton) Novem Cal.
Mercer (Charles Fenton) Septem Cal. Middleton (Henry) Novem Middleton (Henry) Ap. Get this from a library! Charles Fenton Mercer papers, [Charles Fenton Mercer] -- These papers document the personal and legal dealings of Charles Fenton Mercer () and span the years The collection consists of a variety of documents including deeds, wills, a James Mercer married Eleanor Dick, daughter of Charles Dick (), and they had three children, including Mary Eleanor Dick Mercer (), who married James Mercer Garnett, and Charles Fenton Mercer () who did not ?docId=lva/vixml.Charles A.
Fenton, author and educator, was born in Springfield, Massachusetts in He is the author of The Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemingway: The Early Years () and Stephen Vincent Benét: The Life and Times of an American Man of Letters ().