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Photocopies of genealogical research notes on Cunningham family, including transcriptions regarding family members in Ireland, from the Edinburgh, Scotland record office, and notes on the Cunninghames of Glengarnock, Scotland
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· Holograph petition signed to Sir Charles Warre Malet, the High Sherriff for Wiltshire : 21 Apr 1809 : (MISC 4073) : asking for a meeting to congratulate Colonel Wardle on his campaign against the Duke of York as commander-in-chief of the Army; signed by Hunt and 91 other freeholders and landholders of the country. Along with an autograph letter signed from William Moody of Salisbury to Malet, dated 16 May 1809 (MISC 4074), relating to Hunt's petition
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· To Messrs. Jones & Co., bankers of Abergavenny : 6 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed : 7 Apr 1828 : (MISC 0166) : from Rugeley : begins, "I have just received a letter from Mr. [Walter Savage] Landor, in chich he mentions that he has proposed to give up to you the materials of the house of Lanthony to liquidate his debt to you. IN his anxiety to pay you, Mr. Landor has forgotten that he has now no power over the Lanthony Estate ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : 24 Sep 1827 : (MISC 0167) : from Rugeley : begins, "I shall be at all times ready to afford you the information you request, but at present have none of a very satisfactory nature to communicate." -- 1 autograph letter signed : 24 Apr 1830 : (MISC 0168) : from Rugeley : begins,"I address letters to Mr. Landor thus: 'Al Signor W. Savage Landor, Florence' ..." -- 1 autograph leter signed : Mar 1830 : (MISC 0169) : from 8 New Palace Yard, London : begins, "Your letter regarding Mr. W. S. Landor's debt was forwarded to me ... Read More
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The Society of Tammany, or Columbian Order, was a fraternal, patriotic and benevolent society founded in New York City in 1786. It was officially organized under a constitution in 1789. The Society played an instrumental role in the development of the Democratic Party in New York during the 19th century, and the name of its meeting place, Tammany Hall, became synonymous with Democratic machine politics in the City. The Society's members influenced local, state and national Party politics into the mid-20th century. The Society of Tammany, or Columbian Order records, dated 1791-1898 and 1916, chiefly document the Society's administration, patriotic fellowship activities, and benevolent work in New York City during the Early National period. The collection consists of the Society's minute books, 1791-1844 (5 volumes); a slipcase of miscellaneous correspondence and documents concerning Society and Democratic Party matters, 1810-1898; and a bound photostat copy, made in 1916, of the ... Read More
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Typescript, c2004 -- A cast of 6 actresses read or recite letters from 36 women