A Guide to the Virginia Miscellany Papers, 1657-1931 Virginia Miscellany Papers, 1657-1931 24715

A Guide to the Virginia Miscellany Papers, 1657-1931

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Accession Number 24715


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Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
24715
Title
Virginia Miscellany Papers, 1657-1931
Physical Characteristics
1.365 cubic feet
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 24715
Language
English

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

Virginia Miscellany, 1657-1931. Accession 24715. Personal papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Purchased from the Parke Bernet Galleries, New York, New York, 23 October 1957


Scope and Content Information

Virginia miscellany, 1657-1931, contains letters and legal papers and is divided into two series. Series I contains letters, 1742-1931. Series II contains legal papers, 1657-1862.

Series I contains letters, 1742-1931, concerning business, legal matters, politics, education, commerce, military matters, religion, and foreign relations. Letters include correspondence between Moses S. Little of Boston, Massachusetts, and New York, New York, and Christopher Fry of Norfolk, Virginia, concerning commerce and shipping; John Wickham of Richmond, Virginia, and Thomas Swann of Alexandria, Virginia, regarding legal matters; Nicholas P. Trist and Henry Clay concerning employment for Trist in the State Department; and from Richard Channing Moore to prospective ministers for the Episcopalian Church in Virginia. Other correspondents include James Wood, Littleton Waller Tazewell, Nathaniel Macon, Edmund Randolph, Henry St. George Tucker, Chapman Johnson, Samuel C. Armstrong, and Francis P. Gaines. Series also includes a sermon written by Reverend James Muir of Alexandria, Virginia.

Series II contains legal papers, 1657-1862, consisting of: accounts, advertisements, agreements, bills of exchange, bills of sale, bonds, certificates, commissions, declarations, deeds, depositions, executions, indictments, inventories, judicial records, land grants, letters of administration, lists, lottery tickets, memorandums, notes, notices, petitions, pleas, powers of attorney, promissory notes, protests, receipts, resolutions, statements, summonses, warrants, wills, and writs. Deeds, land grants, and wills are from (Old) Rappahannock, Essex, Westmoreland, Prince William, King William, King and Queen, and Frederick Counties, and Winchester, Virginia. Bills, receipts, bonds, judicial records, and other legal papers are from all of Virginia, but mainly Frederick County. Check item inventory for list of individual items.

Arrangement

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically within each series.

Organization

Organized into two series: Series I: Letters, 1742-1931. Series II: Legal Papers, 1657-1862.

Contents List

Letters, 1742-1931
Box: 1
  • Box 1
    folder 1
    Letters, n.d., 1742-1779
    • Letter, n.d., Moses S. Little to an unknown recipient.
      3 p., incomplete.
    • Letter, n.d., Andrew Stevenson to Anthony Robinson.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter fragment, n.d., from an unknown correspondent to John Page, Congressman from Virginia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 1 November 1742, William Stone, Opecan [Opequan, Frederick County, Virginia], to Adam Reed, merchant at Falmouth, [Stafford County, Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 11 [October?] 1746, Thomas Rutherford to Gerrard Alexander, Fairfax County, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 31 October 1757, Jarvis Hougham to Mr. West, attorney-at-law. This is also item number 134 under the legal papers series.
      1 leaf.
    • Memorandum, ca. 1774, re: the treatment of the American colonies by Great Britain.
      3 p., also typescript copy, 2 leaves.
    • Letter, 31 August 1775, John Norton and Sons, London, [England], to Baker Perkins, Williamsburg, [Virginia].
      2 leaves.
    • Letter, 5 March 1778, Isaac Smith, Alexandria, [Virginia], to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 5 October 1779, James Wood to Captain Joseph Swearingen, Berkeley County, [(West) Virginia].
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 2
    Letters, 1780-1794
    • Letter, 21 April 1780, John P. Posey, New Kent County, [Virginia], to John P. Custis. Copy of letter made 14 June 1790.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellaney box 3, folder 1.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 20 April 1781, John Brown, Botetourt [County, Virginia], to William Cabell, Amherst [County, Virginia].
      2 p.
    • Letter, 15 July 1787, Samuel Meredith, Cumberland County, [Virginia], to William Giles.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 12 August 1790, Edmund Randolph, New York, to Beverley Randolph, Governor of Virginia, Richmond, [Virginia].
      Physical Location: filed with the Executive Papers of Governor Beverley Randolph.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 14 June 1791, Philip Lee to John Smith, Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 7 July 1791, Charles Lee, Alexandria, to Colonel John Smith, Winchester, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 18 January 1798, J. Holker to Bataille Muse.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 15 October 1793, J. Holker to Robert White.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 1794, G. W. Howell to Governor Henry Lee, marked " private."
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, J. Holker to Bataille Muse.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 3
    Letters, 1794-1799
    • Letter, 3 March 1794, William Ball, Winchester, to the Clerk of the Frederick County Court.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 25 April 1794, G. W. Howell, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Governor Henry Lee.
      4 p.
    • Sermon, 22 August 1794, on Ephesians 2:12, by the Reverend James Muir, Alexandria.
      20 p.
    • letter, 18 April 1795, Alexander White, Winchester, to General Isaac Zane.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 25 May 1797, John Harvie, Richmond, [Virginia], to Arthur Lee, Commissioner of the Treasury, New York.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 10 June 1797 Benedict Crump to Mr. Edmundson, tavern-keeper, Winchester.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 13 July 1798, Robert Gamble to an unknown recipient.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 12 October 1798, E. Langham, Shepherdstown, [Jefferson County, (West) Virginia], to [William] Davidson.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 30 October 1798, E. Langham to William Davidson, Winchester.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 3 January 1799 Josias Clapham to Samuel Clapham, General Assembly, Richmond.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 4
    Letters, 1803-1817
    • Letter, 1 May 1803, Isaac Williamson to Judge Morris.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 10 October 1804, Fulwar Skipwith, Paris, [France], to Robert R. Livingston, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States, Paris.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 17 December 1804, John Wickham, Richmond, to Thomas Swann.
      2 p.
    • Postscript to a letter, 15 May 1805, John Wickham, Richmond, to an unknown correspondent.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 3 January 1807, W. Tebbs, Stratford, [Westmoreland County, Virginia], to an unknown recipient.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 14 November 1811, George Poindexter, Washington, to Captain Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Fort Stoddart, Mississippi Territory.
      3 p.
    • Letter, 26 January 1813 Henry St. George Tucker, Winchester, to an unknown recipient.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 11 February 1813, Jacob Little, New York, to Messrs. Christopher Fry and E. Lee, merchants, Norfolk, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 26 July 1813, Jacob Little, Newbury Port, [Massachusetts], to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      3 p.
    • Letter, 15 January 1817, Moses S. Little, Boston, [Massachusetts], to Christopher Fry, Norfolk, Virginia.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 5
    Letters, 1817-1819
    • Letter, 25 October 1817, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk. Postscript from Jacob Little.
      3 p.
    • Letter, 4 November 1817, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 24 November 1817, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 29 November 1817, Moses S. Little, Boston, [Massachusetts], to Christopher Fry.
      4 p.
    • Letter, 29 January 1818, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 28 May 1818," C.C.," Philadelphia, to Mrs. Sarah Fry, Washington.
      3 p.
    • Letter, 27 October 1818, John Wickham, Richmond, to Thomas Swann.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 15 May 1819, John Wickham, Richmond, to Thomas Swann, Alexandria.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 17 May 1819, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      4 p.
    • Letter, 16 August 1819, Moses S. Little, New York, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 6
    Letters, n.d., 1819-1825
    • Letter, 1 December 1819, Richard Channing Moore, Richmond, to the Reverend Alexander V. Griswold, Bristol, Rhode Island.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 11 December 1819, Richard Channing Moore, Richmond, to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 8 April 1820, G[eorge?] Mason, near Aquia, [Stafford County], to Clerk of the Superior Court of Law for Loudoun County, Leesburg, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 26 April 1820, Moses S. Little, Richmond, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      3 p.
    • Letter, 9 May 1820, Moses S. Little, Ricmond, to Christopher Fry.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 10 May 1820, Moses S. Little, Richmond, to Christopher Fry, Norfolk.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 24 January 1821, Richard H. Lee to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 28 June 1821, W. Clarke, Staunton, [Virginia], to Peter Hagner.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 28 February 1822, Hugh Nelson to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 16 January [1825], Hezekiah Niles to William Niles.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 7
    Letters, 1825-1840
    • Letter, 1 March 1825, Chapman Johnson, Richmond, to John Randolph, Washington.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 11 October 1828, Littleton Waller Tazewell, Norfolk, to Henry Fry, New York.
      1 leaf.
    • Note, 24 October 1828, N. P. T. [Nicholas P. Trist], Monticello, to Henry Clay.
      1 leaf, draft.
    • Letter, 8 November 1828, Nicholas P. Trist, Monticello, to Henry Clay.
      1 leaf, draft.
    • Invitation, December 1828, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay to Nicholas P. Trist.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 19 July 1834, A. Pomar, Norfolk, to Colonel Loammi Baldwin, Charleston [Charlestown], Massachusetts.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 22 July 1835, Littleton Waller Tazewell, Richmond, to Erasmus Kennon et. al., Boydton, [Mecklenburg County, Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 26 June 1836, Nathaniel Macon, Buck Spring, [North Carolina], to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 23 June 1838, John Snider, Grandville, Monongalia County, [(West) Virginia], to Albert A. Bailey, New Providence, Clarke County, Indiana.
      2 p.
    • Letter, 20 July 1840, Thomas Crawford, Florence, [Italy], to George W. Greene, Rome, [Italy].
      3 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 8
    Letters, 1841-1931
    • Note, 4 October 1841, Littleton Waller Tazewell, Norfolk, to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 19 April 1851, Benjamin I. Crew, Philadelphia, to Aaron H. Griffith, Winchester, Virginia.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 13 January [1871?] Samuel Chapman Armstrong, Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton, [Virginia], to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 22 October 1889, Fitzhugh Lee, Richmond, to Major William H. Palmer[?].
      3 p.
    • Letter, 11 September 1892, Samuel Chapman Armstrong, Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton, to an unknown recipient.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 9 January 1931, Francis P. Gaines, President, Washinton and Lee University, Lexington, [Virginia], to James B. Stewart, New York.
      1 leaf, typewritten.
Legal papers, 1657-1862
box: 1-2
  • Box 1
    folder 9
    Legal Papers, n.d., 1780
    • List of jurors, n.d., for Nathaniel Pendleton v. Williams.
      1 leaf.
    • List, n.d., of militia officers recommended in the 1st Battalion of the 57th Regiment.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipt, n.d., John M. Gilmour to Richard Lee Galloway.
      1 leaf.
    • Statement, n.d., of Francis Whiting, attorney for the defense in Web, assignee, v. Washington.
      1 leaf.
    • Note, n.d., Elizabeth Randolph to Messrs. Cohen and Isaacs.
      1 leaf.
    • Exception, n.d., John Cordell v. Robert White.
      1 leaf.
    • Plea, n.d., declaration of Bushrod Washington Corbin Washington, executors of John A. Washington in Washington v. Simon Crye McMahon and Fielding Lewis.
      1 leaf.
    • Inventory, n.d., John Van Kluik's property.
      15 p.
    • Declaration, n.d., Robert C. Burwell, assignee of Harfield Timberlake, complaining of Warner Washington, Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Blank certificate, 25 July 1780, Commonwealth of Virginia indebted to an unknown individual, no. 1207.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 10
    Legal Papers, n.d., 1657-1681
    • Memorandum, n.d., Thomas McGuire to Captain Christopher Gist.
      1 leaf.
    • Paper, n.d., concerning action of Rust v. Rust.
      1 leaf.
    • Paper, n.d., concerning the bond of Samuel Martin to Samuel G[unknown] and John [unknown].
      1 leaf.
    • Fragment, n.d., bearing the signature of [Thomas?] Swearingen.
      1 leaf.
    • Fragment, n.d., unidentified.
      1 leaf.
    • Land grant, 1 May 1657, for 1000 acres on the south side of the Rappahannock River to William White.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Land grant, 26 March 1666, for 6300 acres in (Old) Rappahannock County, [Virginia], to Robert Taliaferro and Lawrence Smith.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Land grant, 8 May 1674, for 3000 acres in (Old) Rappahannock County to George Morris.
      2 pages, copy.
    • Land grant, 15 June 1675, for 4763 acres in (Old) Rappahannock County to Enock Doughty.
      2 pages, copy.
    • Deed, 20 June 1681, for 180 acres in Westmoreland County, [Virginia], from Richard Norrill and Jane Norrill, both of Plymouth, Devonshire, England, through their attorney Malachy Peale, to John Blagdon of Westmoreland County. Recorded in Westmoreland County 3 August 1681. No recorded copy known to exist.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 1.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 11
    Legal Papers, 1683-1731
    • Land grant, 23 October 1690, for 500 acres in (Old) Rappahannock County to William Bendry.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Land grant, 16 April 1683, for 500 acres in New Kent and (Old) Rappahannock Counties to George Morris.
      2 p. copy.
    • Land grant, 26 October 1694, for 720 acres in the freshes between the Rappahannock and Mattapony [Mattaponi] Rivers to Captain Richard Hale of Essex County, [Virginia].
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Land grant, 23 October 1703, for 500 acres in King William County, [Virginia], to John Baker.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Land grant, 26 April 1704, for 650 acres in Essex County to Robert Brooke.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Will, 17 January 1708, of Richard Stokes of Essex County. Recorded in Essex County 13 September 1711.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 28 July 1712, from William Stokes to Arthur Mackdonel. Date is recordation date in Essex County.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder1.
      2 p., incomplete.
    • Will, 15 October 1712, of Henry Newton of Essex County. Recorded in Essex County 11 March 1713.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 10 December 1713, for 150 acres in Essex County from John Smith of Essex County to Ephraim Paget and his wife Mary of Essex County. Recorded in Essex County 9 April 1714.
      1 leaf.
    • Will, 26 February 1730, of Henry Ashton of Westmoreland County. Probated in Westmoreland County 24 November 1731.
      11 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 12
    Legal Papers, 1734-1744
    • Account, 10 April 1734, Jones Lum to John Kankey.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1738-1739, Peter Woolf to Charles Carter.
      1 leaf.
    • Deed, 1 September 1741, for 447 acres in Prince William County, [Virginia], from Clement Nicholson of the Kingdom of Great Britain, mariner, to Harry Turner of King George County, [Virginia]. Recorded in Prince William County, [Virginia], 22 March 1741/42.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 1.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, October 1741-October 1742, Ulrich Pooker to an unknown individual.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 1.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1743, Joseph Robins to John Lee.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 10 January 1743, from Richard Cronk of Frederick County, [Virginia], to Charles Dick, merchant, Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 19 December 1743, John Nelans of Frederick County to Philip Lightfoot of Yorktown, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 26 September 1743, Benjamin Miller of Lancaster County, [Virginia], and George Parker, Jr., of Prince George County, [Virginia], to William Baldwin of Orange County, [Virginia].
      2 p.
    • Account, 1744, Jonathan Seaman to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Will, 1744, of William Aylett of Westmoreland County.
      4 p., incomplete.
  • Box 1
    folder 13
    Legal Papers, 1744-1746
    • Execution, 9 September 1744, to the sheriff of King George County to summon Henry Meecham in the acton of Charles Carter v. Peter Woolf.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 24 November 1744, from Hugh Heartley of Frederick County to Ralph Falkner and John Muschett, merchants, Charles County, Maryland.
      1 leaf.
    • Bill of exchange, 18 March 1745, Stephen Rawlings to William Reynolds.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 21 June 1745, from Jacob Hopeman of Frederick County to Adam Reid of King George County.
      1 leaf.
    • Suit paper, 21 September 1745, from a court-martial, order against Captain Thomas Rutherford.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, July 1744-October 1745, Daniel Hart to Charles Green.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1746, William Mitchell, Jonathan Seaman, and John Woodson to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 4 June 1746, William Chapman and Solomon Hedges of Frederick County, to Joshua Way of Willington, New Castle County, Delaware.
      1 leaf.
    • Suit paper, 20 June 1746, judgment of Augusta County Court in action of Andrew Reed v. Thomas Molfelt.
      l leaf, copy.
    • Protest, 14 August 1746, of Williams and Rockeliffe of London, merchants, to John Buchanan concerning the bill of exchange from Stephen Rawlings to John Buchanan, merchant in London, regarding William Reynolds.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 14
    Legal Papers, 1747-1748
    • Account, 1747, William Williams to Mr. Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1747, William Mitchell, Jonathan Seaman, and John Woodson to Mr. Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1747, William Green, Reader, to Vestrymen and Collector of Frederick Parish [Frederick County].
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1744-1747, Dan Hart to Charles Green.
      1 leaf.
    • Suit paper, 28 April 1747, judgment in the acton of John Dalton v. Thomas Chester and John Wile. Williamsburg General Court.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Receipt, 23 September 1747, J. Mercer to John Richards.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 10 October 1747, John Wilcocks, carpenter of Frederick County, to Nathaniel Chapman of Stafford County.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, July 1746-November 1747, Joseph Robbins to Alexander and Daniel Campbell.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 29 December 1747, William Green of Frederick County to Matthew Hopkins of the province of Maryland.
      2 p.
    • Account, October 1747-January 1748, Thomas Brown to an unknown individual.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 15
    Legal Papers, 1748-1749
    • Letter of administration, 5 April 1748, William Plumstead, Registrar General for the Probate of Wills and Granting Letters of Administration in and for the Province of Pennsylvania to Sophia Mayberry, widow and relict of Thomas Mayberry of Philadelphia County, [Pennsylvania].
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 2.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 6 June 1748, Samuel Walker of Frederick County to William Hicks.
      1 leaf.
    • Deed, 17 June 1748, for 790 acres in Frederick County from Robert Worthington of Frederick County to Lawrence Washington of Fairfax County, [Virginia]. Recorded in Frederick County 3 August 1748.
      3 p.
    • Promissory note, 18 July 1748, from Richard Sutherton of Frederick County to Alexander and Daniel Campbell.
      2 p..
    • Receipt, 1 December 1748, Thomas Cresap to Joseph Volgamat for John English.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1748-1749, Robert Marshall to Messrs. Maxwell, merchants in Britain.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 12 January 1748/49, John Ross and William Watson of Frederick County to William and David McSwaine, merchants of Philadelphia.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 7 February 1748/49, from John Neelans and Thomas Chester to James Wood or Marquis Calmes, executors of Daniel Hart, deceased.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1748-1749, Andrew Campbell to William Green.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1749, William Mitchell, Jonathan Seaman, and John Woodson to Mr. Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 16
    Legal Papers, 1749-1751
    • Promissory note, 23 September 1749, from Vincent Tapp of Fairfax County to Daniel and Alexander Campbell.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1749-1750, John Hampton to William Cocker.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 2.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1750, Meredith Helmes to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 11 August 1750, from James Russell to Messrs. Trent and Croghan.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 11 August 1750, from Owen Wingfield of Stafford County to David Ross or Charles Hammond.
      2 p.
    • Account, 6 October 1750, Remembrance Williams to James Dickson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 17 November 1750, Peter Burr to William Ramsay.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 29 November 1750, from Robert Mosley, planter, King George County, to Cochran and Company, merchants in Glasgow, [Scotland].
      2 p.
    • Account, January 1748/49-May 1751, John Ashbie to Andrew Cochran and Company.
      2 p.
    • Account, September 1751, Matthew Brooks to William Copland.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 17
    Legal Papers, 1751-1752
    • Account, 8 October 1751-1 November 1751, Jerom Williams to an unidentified individual.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1752, John Sherman to an unidentified individual.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1752, David Wood to James Coddy.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1752, Hezekiah Clarke to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1750-1752, William Green to John Page.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 20 January 1752, William Halling to James Spurr.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 10 April 1752, from William Quinton of Frederick County to John Peill and others.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 2 June 1752, Charles Worrell of King George County to Andrew Ross.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 2 June 1752, Charles Worrell to Charles Carter. Includes note, 7 June 1752, Charles Carter to [Andrew?] Ross.
      2 p.
    • Bill of Sale, 11 June 1752, for 150 acres of land in Prince William County from Shaddrack Parlour of Augusta County, [Virginia] to Joseph Neavill of Prince William County.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 18
    Legal Papers, 1752-1753
    • Bond, 13 June 1752, Thomas Graham of Fairfax County to William Bayly of Prince William County.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 15 June 1752, Andrew Frazer Shenandoah, [Virginia], to Messrs. Maxwell, merchants in Britain, their store at Aquia [Stafford County].
      2 p.
    • Account, June 1752, Hugh McHenry to John Martin.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, May-November 1752, John Sturman to John Madison.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, October 1752, Robert Burgess to C. Wagener.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 23 October 1752, William Potter to Robert and Edward Maxwell.
      2 p.
    • Account, 2 November 1752, Philip Remack to David Short.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 2.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1753, Edward Snickers to Richard Simpson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1753, Andrew Campbell to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1753, Andrew Campbell and George Johnston to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 19
    Legal Papers, 1753-1754
    • Account, 1753, Andrew Campbell, James McCracken, and Robert Paul to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1753, Richard Sherman, John Matthews, James Taft, Joseph Wood, and Hugh Fox to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1753, John Bryant to John Champe.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, August 1752-April 1753. John Briscoe to Thomas Machen.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 29 October 1753, Michael Hoiler to Samuel Knox.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 10 November 1753, from Reuben Rutherford to Hugh West.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Promissory note, 26 November 1753, from James McKay of Augusta County to Martin Funk.
      2 p., copy.
    • Account, December 1752-December 1754, Richard Paris to an unknown individual.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 2.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1754, Charles Aquilla Dorsey to William Kitchen.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1754, Richard Sherman, John Matthews, Richard Taft, and John Nealand to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 20
    Legal Papers, 1754-1755
    • Account, 1754, Richard Sherman, John Matthews, James Taft, Joseph Wood, and Hugh Fox to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1754, Richard Sherman to Secretary [Thomas] Nelson.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 9 May 1754, Leonard Helm of Frederick County to Andrew Cochran, Esq., and Company, merchants in Glasgow.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 22 June 1754, from Charles Aquil[l]a Dorsey of Fairfax [County] to William Scott.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 31 July 1754, Nathaniel Gist, Junior, of Augusta County to Richard Pearis.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 24 December 1754, Thomas Caton to Alexander Brown and Company.
      1 leaf.
    • Order, 21 January 1755, John Nash to Captain Robert Stewart, concerning payment of an account to Mrs. Barbara Jones.
      1 leaf.
    • Order, 28 January 1755, John Whitman to Captain Robert Stewart, concerning payment of an account to Mrs. Barbara Jones.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 30 October 1755, George Holoback to Lenox and Scott.
      1 leaf.
    • Judgment, 21 November 1755, Augusta County Court in Benjamin Borden v. William Todd.
      2 p., copy.
  • Box 1
    folder 21
    Legal Papers, 1756-1757
    • Narratio, [1756], Charles Carter complaining of Charles Worrell, Frederick County.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1756, William Green to Jarvis Hougham.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1756, William Crawford to George Rose.
      2 p.
    • Account, 15 March 1756, James Hagin to Matthew Robinson.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1750-7 August 1756, Phelby Anderson, Daniel Johnson, John Lindsey, and William Potter to John Davis.
      2 p.
    • Account, June 1755-September 1756, John Laury and Philip Detheridge to William Cuningham.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 3.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1757, Philip Babb to James Magill.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1757, Philip Ramith to Exhonor Ramilie.
      1 leaf.
    • Deposition, 28 July 1757, Testimony of Daniel McFarne concerning promise of Captain Christopher Gist to pay Thomas McGuire on account of Colonel Grimes. Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 26 September 1757, to the sheriff of Frederick County, an attachment requiring the seizure of the estate of John Hamilton in Henry Heth v. John Hamilton.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 22
    Legal Papers, 1757-1758
    • Execution, 28 September 1757, to Gerrard Smith, deputized constable of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. for goods of John Hamilton.
      2 p.
    • Account, August 1754-February 1757, John Reagan to Robert Worthington.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 28 September 1757, Alexander Woodrow and Mordecai Buckner of Frederick County, to Thomas Speake.
      1 leaf.
    • Letter, 31 October 1757, Jarvis Hougham to Mr. West attorney-at-law.
      Physical Location: filed as item L-6 in Series I: Letters, 1742-1932, box 1, folder 1.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, February 1757-November 1757, John Hamilton to Alexander Woodrow.
      2 p.
    • Account, 25 May 1756-3 December 1757, William Stewart to Woodrow and Neilson.
      2 p.
    • Account, 10 February 1758, Michael Arbeghost to an unknown individual.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, March 1758, Mordicai Balson to Henry Churchill.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, July 1758, John Lemley to Thomas Langdon.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, September 1758, Thomas Colson to Thomas Lindsay.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 23
    Legal Papers, 1759-1760
    • Account, 17 February 1759, Thomas Connelly, deceased, to Richard Beckett.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 16 June 1759, Israel Potts of Frederick County to Samuel Staensky, welder, of Frederick County.
      2 p.
    • Account, 24 October 1759, Samuel Kerr in account with Lenox and Scott.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 16 December 1759, to the sheriff of Prince William County. Fi. Fa. for goods and chattel of John McDonald. Absalom Forsythe v. John McDonald.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 6 November 1759, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to seize goods of Jonathan Spault. Richard Fletcher v. Jonathan Spault.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 7 March 1760, to any sworn officer of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of James Erwin. Matthew Beasly v. James Erwin.
      2 p.
    • Account, 17-20 April 1760, Edward Rogers to James Craik.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 7 May 1760, Mary Wood, James Craik, and Gabriel Jones to John Lindsay, Lewis Stephens, William Cox, and John Greenfield.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 29 May 1760, William Connol and Stephen Rollins, both of Frederick County, to Samuel Worthington and John Smith.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 29 May 1760, Stephen Rollins and William Connel, both of Frederick County, to Samuel Worthington and John Smith.
      1 leaf, copy.
  • Box 1
    folder 24
    Legal Papers, 1760-1762
    • Bond, 3 June 1760, Thomas Swearingen, Edward Lucas, and Jacob Van Meter of Frederick County to John Hardin, John Lindsay, William Cocks, and John Sheen.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 6 May 1761, to the coroner of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of John Stewart. Van Swearingen v. John Stewart.
      2 p.
    • Account, 6 July 1761-22 December 1761, Elisha Williams in account with Nathaniel Pendleton.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1761-1762, from an unknown individual to John Duncastle.
      2 p.
    • Protest, 14 January 1762, John Buchanan of London, merchant, to Richard Oswald and Company concerning bill of exchange from Gilbert Bain to Richard Oswald and Company regarding Richard Barrett.
      2 p.
    • Protest, 15 March 1762, Gilbert Bain to Richard Oswald and Company, concerning bill of exchange from Gilbert Bain to Richard Oswald adn Company regarding Richard Barrett.
      2 p.
    • Protest, 14 August 1762, Williams and Bellamy of London, merchants, to Gabriel D. Webre, merchant in London, concerning bill of exchange from Richard Barrett to Gabriel D. Webre regarding Messrs. Carlyle and Dalton.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 19 August 1762, to the sheriff of James City County, [Virginia]. Ca. Sa. requiring George Jackson Powell to satisfy John Lewis.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 27 September 1762, from Philip Hufman to Thomas Swearingen.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Account, 1762, from an unknown individual to Richard Barrett.
      4 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 25
    Legal Papers, 1762-1765
    • Account, 1762-1763, Francis McCulloch to an unknown individual.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 11 August 1760-29 January 1763, James Buchanan to B. Bruin.
      1 leaf.
    • Commission, 3 March 1763, to John Upshaur and John Lee of Essex County for the examination of Mary Garnett, wife of John Garnett, Jr., of Essex County, regarding deed, 6 February 1763, from John Garnett, Jr., to John Upsham.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 10 May 1763, Abraham Hite, Benjamin Kaykendall, and Garret Vanmeter to King George III. Recorded Hampshire County, [(West) Virginia].
      2 p.
    • Account, 25 November 1760-14 June 1763, Francis Maginnis to the estate of William Long, deceased.
      1 leaf.
    • Note, 4 December 1764, from James Stroud to an unknown individual.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 6 December 1764, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. for the goods of Joseph Dunn. Judiah Higgins v. Joseph Dunn.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 6 December 1764, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach goods of Joseph Dunn. John Burcham v. Joseph Dunn.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 14 December 1764, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of John Funk. Martin Funk, James Ireson, and Lewis Stephens v. John Funk.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1765, John Graham in account with Andrew Cochran and William Cunningham.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 26
    Legal Papers, 1765-1767
    • Execution, 4 March 1765, to any sworn officer or the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach goods of Lawrence Vanbusgararett. Samuel Harrison v. Lawrence Vanbusgararett.
      2 p.
    • Account, November 1764-April 1765, Robert Gains to Andrew Cochrane, William Cunninghame, in account with William Reid.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1762-1766, Colonel Adam Stephen to Peter How.
      3 p.
    • Indenture, 19 August 1766, binding Patrick Larkin as a servant to Thomas Blood for seven years in return for passage to America.
      2 p.
    • Deposition, 20 October 1766, testimony of Mrs. Sarah Fairfax in the action of Anne Gist v. Van Swearingen. Fairfax County.
      3 p.
    • Execution, 5 November 1766, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Henry Hardin, Jr., to answer Patrick and William Bogles and Colin Dunlop.
      1 leaf.
    • Deed, 1 January 1767, for 450 acres in Frederick County, from Thomas Doncason of Murray County, Scotland, surgeon, to Edward Stevens of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, [Virginia]. Recorded in Frederick County 3 March 1767.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 3.
      4 p.
    • Execution, 6 [June] 1767, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Henry Hardin to answer Patrick Bogles and Colin Dunlop.
      1 leaf, incomplete.
    • Power of attorney, 15 September 1767, John Mitchell, one of the surviving partners of Lenox, Scott, and Company of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, merchants, to Alexander White of Frederick County. Recorded Frederick County 7 November 1767.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 3.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 12 September 1767, for tracts of land equalling 1020 acres in Frederick County from John Mitchell, one of the surviving partners of Lenox, Scott, and Company of Fredericksburg, merchants, to Bryan Bruin of Winchester, Frederick County. Recorded Frederick County 4 November 1767.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 3.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 27
    Legal Papers, 1767-1768
    • Bill of exchange, 5 November 1767, Robert Burwell to Robert Cary, concerning Alexander Henderson.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1768, William Carlyle to Michael Pyke.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, March 1768, Stephen Rawlings to H. Churchill.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, March 1768, Martin Funk to H. Churchill.
      1 leaf.
    • Bill of sale, 7 November 1767, for one servant woman named Hester Coleman from Samuel Price of Winchester, Frederick County, to Thomas Rutherford of Frederick County. Recorded 2 March 1768.
      2 p.
    • Protest, 5 April 1768, Messrs. Robert and Robert Bogle and Scott William Baker to Robert Cary, merchant in London, concerning bill of exchange from Robert Burwell to Robert Cary regarding Alexander Henderson.
      3 p.
    • Promissory note, 26 April 1768, from Van Swearingen to Robert Cockburn.
      2 p.
    • Account, 26-30 May 1768, James Strother to James Buchanan.
      2 p.
    • Account, 29 October 1768, Bryce Hannah to Walter Cunningham.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 4 November 1768, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach the goods and chattel of Henry Hardin, Jr. Patrick and William Bogle and John Dunlop v. Henry Hardin, Jr.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 28
    Legal Papers, 1768-1771
    • Lottery ticket, 16 November 1768, Michael Tyke to Ralph Wormeley. Ticket number 1362 in Colonel Bernard Moore's lottery.
      1 leaf.
    • Deposition, 2 January 1769, testimony of Mary Prible and John Swan in the action of Joseph Mei v. Philix Hughes. Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, April 1769, from Thomas Hatfield to William Brooke.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 17 May 1769, David Griffith to Jacob Hite.
      2 p.
    • Commission, 29 September 1770, to Burr Harrison and Matthew Harrison, Gentlemen Justices of Frederick County for the examination of Mary Smith, wife of Wastly Smith, regarding deed, 23 August 1769, from Wastly Smith and Mary Smith to Abraham Brubaker.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1770, Richard Griffith to Robert Cockburn.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 3 July 1770, Betty Throckmorton and William Throckmorton to Edmund Pendleton and Peter Lyons, trustees for Colonel Bernard Moore's lottery.
      1 leaf.
    • Deed, 1 March 1771, for tract of land in Frederick County from John Neavill of Frederick County to George Fallis of King George County. Recorded Frederick County 5 March 1771.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 4.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 2 May 1771, Isaac Zane and Alexander White, both of Frederick County, to John Blair.
      2 p.
    • Account, 2-4 May 1771, John Blair to Isaac Zane.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 29
    Legal Papers, 1771-1772
    • Execution, 6 May 1771, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach goods and chattel of Henry Hardin, Jr. Patrick and William Bogle and Colin Dunlop v. Henry Hardin, Jr.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 13 May 1771, from John Huff to Isaac Zane.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 15 May 1771, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Michael Pike to answer Edmund Pendleton and Peter Lyons, trustees for Colonel Bernard Moore's Lottery.
      2 p.
    • Account, March-July 1771, George French to Isaac Zane.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 21 August 1771, William Drew of Williamsburg to William Lewis of Williamsburg.
      1 leaf.
    • Precept, 1 October 1771, James Wood to the sheriff of Frederick County commanding him to bring James Steele before the Justices of the Peace.
      1 leaf.
    • Bill of exchange, 7 November 1771, John Throckmorton to Robert Cary, merchant of London, concerning Haldenby Dixon.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, July-December 1771, Henry Redmond in account with Isaac Hite.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1772, Isaac Zane to George Rice.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1772, Captain Charles Smith to William Love, and others.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 30
    Legal Papers, 1772
    • Bond, 2 March 1772, Jonathan Stout and Isaac Zane to Thomas Rutherford.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 1 April 1772, to any sworn officer of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of George French. Isaac Zane v. George French.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 5 May 1772, James Wood and Robert Wood of Frederick County to Arthur Morson and Edward Moore, executors of the will of Dehar Thompson, deceased.
      1 leaf.
    • Warrant, 4 June 1772, to the sheriff or any constable of Frederick County for the arrest of James Garner and John McIntire for the shooting of Jeremiah Beale.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 11 July 1772, Mann Page and John Page, executors of Robert Page, deceased, and William Eggleston and George Rice of Frederick County to John Elliott.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 15 October 1772, John Smith and Jacob Reese of Stafford County to William Love and Company.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 28 October 1772, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Attachment for seizure of estate of Jonathan Stout. Isaac Zane v. Jonathan Stout.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 4 November 1772, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of Joseph Butler. Benjamin Buler v. Joseph Butler.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 4 November 1772, Robert Rutherford of Frederick County to George Mitchell of Fredericksburg, merchant.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 25 November 1772, Francis Whiting, Thomas Whiting, and John Perrin of Gloucester County to James Somerville of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 31
    Legal Papers, 1773-1774
    • Bond, 5 March 1773, Morgan Alexander and Charles Thruston of Frederick County to George Mitchell of Spotsylvania County.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 26 March 1773, to any sworn officer of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach estate of Peter Stephens. George Michael Laubinger v. Peter Stephens.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 4.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 21 April 1773, Jacob Hite of Berkeley County [(West) Virginia], to Charles McEvans of New York, [New York].
      2 p.
    • Deed, 21 April 1773, for land in Donmore (Dunmore, now Shenandoah) County, [Virginia], from John Denton to George Keller, both of Dunmore County.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 4.
      2 p., incomplete.
    • Execution, 25 October 1773, to the sheriff or any sworn officer of Frederick County. Attachment requiring seizure of estate of Michael Burns. Isaac Zane v. Michael Burns.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 6 December 1773, Benjamin Morris and David Wilson of Frederick County to William Pollard and Francis Pollard.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 7 December 1773, James Wood to John Briscoe.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 2 March 1774, James Wilson of Frederick County to Charles Yates, surviving partner, Dehar Thompson and Company.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 15 March 1774, Francis Willis, Jr., and John Hite of Berkeley County to Alexander Machir.
      1 leaf.
    • Answer, 8 June 1774, of Robert Ashley in the action of Robert Ashley v. Argall Tayler.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 32
    Legal Papers, 1774-1777
    • Bond, 1 July 1774, Thomas Pool of Gloucester County to James Mills.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 25 October 1774, Robert Rutherford of Berkeley County to Joseph Fox of Philadelphia.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 21 January 1775, Robert Rutherford to George Fowler.
      2 p.
    • Receipt, 16 February 1775, Pruson Bowdoin to Robert Rutherford.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 10 March 1775, Thomas Throgmorton [Throckmorton] of Prince William County to James Ritchie and Company.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 13 June 1775, Cornelius Livingston of King and Queen County to Richard Teagle.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 4 January 1776, Isaac Zane of Frederick County, ironmaster, to William Allason of King George County.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 10 January 1776, William Drew, clerk of Berkeley County, to Alexander Purdie and John Dixon of Williamsburg.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 1 September 1776, from William Headley to Messrs. Fisher and Cunningham.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 11 January 1777, from an unknown idividual to George Muse of Caroline County.
      2 p., incomplete.
  • Box 1
    folder 33
    Legal Papers, 1777-1783
    • Bond, 2 August 1777, Francis H. Christien and John Catesby Cocke to Elizabeth Flood, William Peachey, and LeRoy Peachey, administrators of the estate of Nicholas Flood, deceased.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 10 August 1778, from William Ball of Prince William County to Charles West of Loudoun County.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, October 1778, The Paradire [Paradise?] Plantation to A. and I. Harrison and Company, Thomas Farrer, John Hooke, William Lacey, John Wington and Son.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 25 October 1779, for 1380 acres of land and 600 acres of marsh in King and Queen County from John Parke Custis and Eleanor his wife, to James Henry of Accomack County, [Virginia]. Recorded in Williamsburg 26 October 1779.
      2 p., copy.
    • receipt, 31 December 1779, George Stricker to Henry Darnall and Benjamin Bradford[?] to an unknown individual.
      2 p.
    • Commission, 25 November 1780, to unknown individual for the examination of Judith [Nelson?], wife of Hugh [Nelson?], for right of dower.
      1 leaf, incomplete.
    • Receipt, 4 July 1782, J. Wormeley to James Blair.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 1783, Abraham Lindsay to Warner Washington.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipts, 3 May 1783, J. M., Jr.; T. B., Jr.; and J. F. M., Jr., to J. Ambler; Joseph Jones, A. Lee, J. M., Jr., to Colonel Bland; and Thadeus Bland, Jr. to [J. Madison?].
      2 p. copies.
    • Promissory note, 15 September 1783, from Andrew Carnegy of Frederick County to William Ball.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 34
    Legal Papers, 1784-1786
    • Note, 5 May 1784, Cornelius Livingston and Gabriel Throckmorton to John M. Gill.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 31 August 1784, to the sheriff of Berkeley County. Ca. resp. requiring William Throckmorton to answer Edmund Pendleton and Peter Lyons, trustees for Colonel Bernard Moore's lottery, and administrators of the estate of John Robinson, deceased.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 11 November 1784, from Churchill Gordon, executor of William Purie, to James Gordon.
      2 p., incomplete.
    • Promissory note, 7 March 1785, from John Frazer to P. Cassainger.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 29 June 1785, from Thomas Hampton of Frederick County to William Herndon of Culpeper [County, Virginia].
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 31 August 1785, John Wormeley of Virginia to James M. Lingan of Maryland.
      2 p., copy.
    • Execution, 6 September 1785, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring James Mercer, executor of Charles Dick, deceased, to answer Catharine Brinker and Frederick Haas, executors of Henry Brinker.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 28 September 1785, from Isaac Zane of Frederick County to Jacob Pugh of Hampshire County.
      2 p.
    • Resolution, 1 February 1786, in Congress ordering the renewal of loan office certificates. Signed by William Duer, acting secretary to the Board of Treasury.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 21 February 1786, from an unknown individual to George Cheek.
      2 p.
  • Box 1
    folder 35
    Legal Papers, 1786
    • Bond, 24 February 1786, Isaac Zane and Mordicai Beane of Frederick County to Elioner James of Frederick County.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 14 March 1786, Michael Cresap, Ralph Humphrey, Edward McCarty, and William Johnson to Abraham Johnson, John Forman, Isaac Millar, and Marquis Calmes. Recorded in Hampshire County 14 March 1786.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 17 April 1786, William Little of Berkeley County to John Bull of Berkeley County.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 17 April 1786, William Little of Berkeley County to John Bull of Berkeley County.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 6 May 1786, Joseph Keller and Isaac Zane of Shenandoah County to Peter Horn of Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 10 May 1786, from George Braxton to Doctor Matthew Pope.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 24 June 1786, Fairfax Hancock to Sam[uel] Kercheval.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 24 June 1786, John Mustin of King George County to William Lyles, surviving partner of Lyles and Jackson.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 26 June 1786, Richard Baissey of Fauquier County to William Wilson of Alexandria.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 21 September 1786, Simon Cray McMahan of Fauquier County and Fielding Lewis of Frederick County to John Augustine Washington of Westmoreland County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Power of attorney, 16 December 1786, John Murray of New York City and Philip Samson of London, merchants, to Thomas Roberts of America, merchant. Includes account of Lawrence and Morris, merchants in New York, with Murray, Samson and Company,
      4 p. and 1 leaf.
  • Box 1
    folder 36
    Legal Papers, 1787
    • Execution, 20 January 1787, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Fi. Fa. to attach the goods and chattel of Christopher McCannon. Argyle Taylor v. Christopher McCannon.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 29 January 1787, Cornelius Livingston of Frederick County to Matthew Wright and Company of Winchester.
      2 p.
    • Plea, [21 February 1787], Thomas Garnett complaining of George Eskridge, Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 26 May 1787, Gabriel Throckmorton to William Strother of Culpeper [County].
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 21 February 1787, George Eskridge to Thomas Garnett of Richmond County, [Virginia].
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 4 April 1787, Edward McGuire, Edward Snickers, Marquis Calmes, Robert Wood, James Ware, Daniel Morgan, and Burnett Williams to Jacquilin Ambler, Treasurer of Virginia. Recorded in Frederick County 4 April 1787.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 1 May 1787, Dorsey Pentacost and [Phil. Pendleton, John Brownley, M. Thurston, John Thurston, and John Cordell] to George Rootes of Berkeley County.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 11 October 1787, Michael Cresap, sheriff of Hampshire [County], Samuel Dw, Ralph Humphreys, and Ovid McCrackin to Jaquilin Ambler, Treasurer of Virginia. Recorded in Hampshire County 11 October 1787.
      2 p. copy.
    • Bond, 11 October 1787, Michael Cresap, sheriff of Hampshire [County], Samuel Dw, Ralph Humphreys, and Ovid McCrackin to Jaquilin Ambler, Treasurer of Virginia. Recorded in Hampshire County 11 October 1787.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 11 October 1787, Michael Cresap, sheriff of Hampshire [County], Samuel Dw, Ralph Humphreys, and Ovid McCrackin to Jaquilin Ambler, Treasurer of Virginia. Recorded in Hampshire County 11 October 1787.
      2 p. copy.
    • Bond, 11 October 1787, Michael Cresap, sheriff of Hampshire [County], Samuel Dw, Ralph Humphreys, and Ovid McCrackin to Jaquilin Ambler, Treasurer of Virginia. Recorded in Hampshire County 11 October 1787.
      2 p. copy.
  • Box 1
    folder 37
    Legal Papers, 1787-1789
    • Bond, 21 December 1787, William Newton and John Bronaugh of Alexandria, Fairfax County, to David Galloway, Jr., of Frederick County.
      2 leaves.
    • Promissory note, 29 February 1788, from Edward Tiffin to John Mark and Company.
      2 p., copy.
    • Deposition, 16 October 1788, Samuel Beale before P. Barraud in Williamsburg.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 12 December 1787, from Simeon Haines to John Griffith.
      2 p.
    • Order, 8 December 1788, George Braxton to Robert Fleming concerning Charles Irving.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 12 December 1788, for 478 acres in Frederick County from Hugh Nelson of Yorktown to James Ware of Frederick County. Recorded 7 July 1789.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 4.
      4 p.
    • Commission, 9 February 1789, to John Peyton as clerk to the court composed of the counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, and Shenandoah. Signed by J. Mercer, Richard Parker, Edmund Winston, Richard Cary, James Henry, John Tyler, and Cuthbert Bullitt.
      1 leaf.
    • Allotment, 11 February 1789, Joseph Prentis and Cuthbert Bullitt allotted judges of the District Court at Winchester and Monongalia [County] for the next term. Signed by J. Mercer, Richard Parker, Edmund Winston, Richard Cary, James Henry, and John Tyler.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 18 February 1789, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring George Eskridge to answer Thomas Garnett.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 24 February 1789, from Richard Ransome of Berkeley [County] to George Hite.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 15 April 1789, Meshach Sexton and Samuel Dooley of Frederick County to Isaac Hite, Jr., executor of Cary MacDonald, deceased.
      1 leaf, copy.
  • Box 1
    folder 38
    Legal Papers, 1789-1791
    • Promissory note, 20 April 1789, from George Braxton to Joseph Tidball.
      1 leaf.
    • Deposition, 12 May 1789, testimony of Job Eldridge in the action of Bryant Sloan v. George Rust. Nelson County, [Virginia].
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 1 July 1789, James Jones of Lancaster County to John Jones of Richmond County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Deposition, 3 September 1789, testimony of Michael Thorn concering flour of Anthony Wrightenhour [Rittenhaur?]. Alexandria.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 4.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 17 October 1789, Warner Washington and Albion Throckmorton to Messrs. Hubert and Poote.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 16 January 1790, William Throckmorton and Warner Washington to James McCrea.
      4 p., copy.
    • Bond, 29 April 1790, Warner Washington, Jr., and Albion Throckmorton to Horatio Gates and Mary, his wife, administrators of Bartholomew Booth, deceased.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 26 June 1790, Isaac Zane, iron master, to Frederick Conrad of Winchester.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 9 July 1790, John Cook and Colonel William Darke to Robert Throckmorton, sheriff of Berkeley County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Deed, 6 April 1791, for tract of land in Frederick County from Lancelott Lee of Berkeley County to Roger Barton of Berkeley County. Recorded in Frederick County 6 April 1791.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 5.
      2 p., incomplete.
  • Box 2
    folder 1
    Legal Papers, 1791-1792
    • Execution, 18 April 1791, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Albion Throckmorton to answer George M. Deadrick, assignee of Benjamin Berry, Jr.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 18 June 1791, Albion Throckmorton and Warner Washington to William Armstrong.
      2 p., copy.
    • Receipt, 9 June 1791, Beal Fowler to James Hickley.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 9 September 1791, from James Rose to Miller Hoze.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 3 September 1791, for lots number 65 and 44 in the town of Winchester from James Mercer of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, to John Duffield of Frederick County. Recorded in Winchester 3 September 1791.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 5.
      2 p.
    • Suit, 10 September 1791, Michael McKewn and James O'Hara v. John Cooke, consisting of commission, 10 September 1791, to Hilary Baker and John Baker, aldermen of Philadelphia, for the examination of Joseph Nourse, witness for the plaintiffs; and interrogatories and deposition, 5 January 1792, of Joseph Nourse.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 5.
      6 p.
    • Receipt, 6 October 1791, John Conrad to W. J. Kercheval.
      2 p.
    • Allotment, 21 November 1791, Joseph Prentis and Joseph Jones allotted judges of the District Court at Winchester and Monongalia [County] for the next term, signed by Joseph Prentis, John Tyler, James Henry, Joseph Jones, Spencer Roane, and William Nelson, Jr.
      1 leaf.
    • Declaration, March 1792, Patrick and William Bogles and Colin Dunlop complaining of Henry Hardin. Frederick County.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 27 March 1792, Cornelius Ferree, Thomas Collins, Okey Johnson, Perez Drew, and John Higgins to Abraham Johnson, Ignatius Wheeler, John Mitchell, William Fox, and Isaac Parsons. Recorded Hampshire County 27 March 1792.
      2 p., copy.
  • Box 2
    folder 2
    Legal Papers, 1792-1794
    • Execution, 19 July 1792, to unknown. Fi. Fa. to levy goods of John Cook. Neil Buchanan and Duncan Rose, executors of John Banister, v. John Cook.
      2 p.
    • Court order, October 1792, from Frederick County Court concerning a road from Battletown to Stubblefield town mill.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Account, 1790-1793, Doctor John Nelson, Alexandria, to William Hodgson, administrator of estate of W. Stribling, deceased.
      4 p.
    • Account, 1785-1793, John Smith and Edward Smith to W. L. Lee, executor of Thomas Smith.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, January-May 1793, Warner Washington to Hodgson Nicholson.
      2 p.
    • Deposition, 7 June 1793, testimony of Patrick Woodrow in the action of James Tapscott v. Robert Throckmorton. Frederick County. Enclosure: letter, 18 September 1786, from Robert Throckmorton, Virginia, to Robert Cary, merchant, London.
      3 p.
    • Bond, 31 August 1793, Thomas Throckmorton and William Throckmorton of Frederick County to John Koontz.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 6 December 1793, from Warner Washington to S. Smith and Buchanan.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Chancery suit papers, 1779-1794, in Frederick County Court, Weedon v. Hampton. Containing 1) Plea, 9 August 1788, of Nathaniel Weedon and Mary his wife, administrators of John Smith, deceased, of Fauquier County for injunction against Richard and Wade Hampton; 2) copy of plea; 3)Answer, 7 December 1791, of Richard and Wade Hampton; 4) Bond, 17 October 1788, Nathaniel Weedon, Minor Winn, and Charles West to Henry Hampton; 5) Receipt, 4 August 1781, Wade Hampton to Mrs. Mary Smith; 6) receipt, 10 March [1781?], Richard and Wade Hampton to Captain John Smith; 7) Promissory note, 28 April 1782, Mary Smith to Richard and Wade Hampton; 8) Receipt, 28 April 1782, R. Hampton to Mrs. Mary Smith; 9) Account, 1779-1786, Mrs. Mary Smith, now Weedon, to Richard Hampton; 10) bill of sale, 18 November 1779, for five slaves from Richard and Wade Hampton of South Carolina to John Smith; 11) Answer, 10 December 1794, of Henry Hampton.
      Physical Location: items 3, 6, and 10 are located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 5.
      17 p. and 7 leaves.
    • Account, 5 August 1794, William Groverman to Hodgson Nicholson.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 3
    Legal Papers, 1794-1795
    • Protest, 19 August 1794, Southgate and Consett of London, merchants, to Thomas Daniel and Company, concerning bill of exchange from D. Morton to Thomas Daniel and Company, merchants, London, regarding Miller Southgate.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 8 October 1794, Isaac Zane and John Peyton to David Kennedy, sheriff of Frederick County.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 8 October 1794, Isaac Zane and John Peyton to David Kennedy, High Sheriff of Frederick County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Account, February-March 1795, Adam Hickman to Richard Holliday.
      2 p.
    • Certificate of discharge, 13 June 1795, Gabriel Hayes of Colonel Moses Rawlings' regiment, for service in the Revolution. Signed Robert Denny, auditor.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 26 June 1795, from William Johnston to Peacock and Wrenshall. Dated Philadelphia.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 7 August 1795, from Richard Holliday to George Roberts and Josiah Twamley. Dated Winchester.
      2 p.
    • Advertisement, [2 September 1795], concerning the sale of estate of Isaac Zane. Zane's will was probated at Winchester 2 September 1795. This undated advertisement may date from about 1800.
      2 p.
    • Account, 2 November 1795, Mrs. Milly Throckmorton to James Russell.
      2 p.
    • Account, 1793-1795, Messrs. William Wilson and Company of Alexandria in account with the estate of Andrew Clow.
      7 p.
  • Box 2
    folder 4
    Legal Papers, 1795-1797
    • Bond, 9 November 1795, John Williams and Francis Postgate, both of Frederick County, to Joshua Swayne of Frederick County.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 6 February 1796, Charles M. Thurston of Frederick County and Joseph Tidbal to Hugh Holmes.
      2 p., copy.
    • Power of attorney, 30 April 1796, Catherine Douglas, Sr., Archibald Douglas, and Catherine Douglas, Jr., of Scotland, to Alexander Henderson of Dumfries, Prince William County. Recorded in Frederick County 30 April 1798.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 6.
      4 p.
    • Account, 23 July 1796, Aaron Kee to William Wood.
      2 p.
    • Account, 10 September 1796, Abraham Lindo to Robert Bridges.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 26 November 1796, George Eskridge, Thomas Pilkington, and John Randolph, to Robert Chinn.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 29 November 1796, John Randolph and Thomas Pilkington to Elisha Johnston.
      2 p. copy.
    • Promissory note, 17 December 1796, from Holliday and McDonald to Joseph Cary.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 20 December 1796, John Bayles Armistead of Prince William Counnty for self and Daniel Morgan of Frederick County to Thomas Douglass.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 2 January 1797, Gabriel Nourse of Charlestown, Berkeley County, to George Stubblefield.
      2 p.
  • Box 2
    folder 5
    Legal Papers, 1797
    • Bond, 4 January 1797, John Lindsay of Frederick County to Hanna Washington, executor of Colonel Warner Washington, deceased.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 19 January 1797, from Joseph Hale, Jr., and Thomas Lindsay, both of Frederick County, to Emilia Throckmorton.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 24 June 1797, Robert Cockburn, Amos Nichols, William Riddles, and David Hunter to Smith Slaughter, George Matthews, Benjamin Foreman, Gabriel Hays, and William Darke.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Receipt, 25 June 1797, R. [unknown] to Captain Thomas Lewis.
      2 p.
    • Deed, 12 May 1797, for 383 acres in Frederick County from Francis Craycroft and Elizabeth, his wife, of Alexandria, Fairfax County, to John Darby of Alexandria, Fairfax County. Recorded in Fairfax County 18 July 1797.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 6.
      4 p.
    • Account, May-August 1797, Joseph H. Jones to Levi Taylor.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 15 August 1797, John Holker and Rawleigh [Raleigh] Colston to George Stubblefield.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Account, June-September 1797, Charles Folk in account with John and David McKaleb.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 4 September 1797, from William Johnston to William A. Hipkins.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Promissory note, 9 September 1797, William [Moseley?] to Henry Zimmerman.
      2 p.
  • Box 2
    folder 6
    Legal Papers, 1797-1798
    • Promissory note, 14 September 1797, from Moses Cox of Berkeley County to Winn Winship.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 6 October 1797, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring John Rust to answer Benjamin Rust.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 13 October 1797, from George Allen and Abraham Traft to Mrs. Hannah Washington.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 26 October 1797, David Hunter and Philip Pendleton of Martinsburg, Berkeley County, to William Taylor of Baltimore, Maryland.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 4 November 1797, Lawrence A. Washington and Van Rutherford to James Wood.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 30 November 1797, Robert Mercer, Lewis Banett, and Thomas Babb to James Wood.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Deed, 5 May 1795, for 300 acres in Frederick County from George Braxton and Mary, his wife, of King William County to Benjamin Harrison of Brandon, Prince George County. Recorded in Frederick County 4 December 1797.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 2 February 1798, Alexander Pitt Buckman of Berkeley County to Edward Gante of Berkeley County.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 14 February 1798, from Charles M. Thurston to Adam Douglass.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 5 May 1798, William Groverman, Robert Young,and John Foster of Alexandria to George Repold.
      1 leaf, copy.
  • Box 2
    folder 7
    Legal Papers, 1798-1799
    • Bond, 5 May 1798, Tarlton F. Webb of Frederick County to William Hodgson of Alexandria.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Account, 15 May 1798, Charles G. Pelaskie to an unknown individual.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 20 May 1798, George Brittain of Prince William County to Richard Vertch, James Wilson, and William J. Hall of Alexandria, trustees of Washington J. Washington and Company.
      2 p.
    • Bond, 20 May 1798, George Brittain of Prince William County to Richard Vertch, James Wilson, and William J. Hall of Alexandria, trustees of Washington J. Washington and Company.
      2 p.
    • Notice, 18 June 1798, George Repold to William Groverman, Robert Young, and John Foster, regarding bond.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 20 September 1798, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Warner Washington to answer Robert Burwell, assignee of Harfield Timberlake.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 8 October 1798, from Bemjamin Rooch to Druscilla Ball.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Execution, 20 December 1798, to the sheriff of Fairfax County. Ca. resp. requiring William Hodgson, administrator of William Stribling, deceased, to answer James Usher, executor of Abraham Usher, deceased.
      2 p.
    • Petition, 1799, Bushrod Taylor, assignee of Daniel Morgan, v. Isaac Henry. Frederick County.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, 22 January-5 April 1799, John Kingan to Richard Baillie.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 8
    Legal Papers, 1799-1800
    • Summons, 13 July 1799, to the sheriff of Frederick County commanding him to summon Isaac Hendry [Henry] to answer the petition of Bushrod Taylor, assignee of Daniel Morgan.
      2 p.
    • Receipt, 24 April 1799, James McDonald to John Thurston.
      2 p.
    • Execution, 5 October 1799, to the sheriff of Fairfax County. Ca. resp. requiring Henry Lee to answer Joseph Smith.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, February 1798-February 1800, John Castleman to Thomas Stephenson.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 6.
      3 p.
    • Promissory note, 11 March 1800, from C. M. Thurston to General [Daniel] Morgan.
      2 p.
    • Suit, 1796-1800, Robert Rogers v. Joshua Gore, consisting of: 1) Account, 1796-1798, Joshua Gore to Robert Rogers; 2) execution, 29 March 1800, to the sheriff of Frederick County, Ca. resp.; 3) declaration, n.d., of Robert Rogers.
      6 p. and 1 leaf.
    • Writ of habeas corpus, 8 April 1800, to George Steptoe Washington, captain in the 8th United States Regiment, commanding him to bring William Carothers before Judge Robert White, Jr.
      3 p.
    • Narratio, 28 April 1800, Edward Howe v. Joseph Pangle and Henry Pangle.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, December 1794-August 1800, Thomas and Samuel Nowell of Winchester in account with Prager and Company.
      4 p.
    • Deed, 10 September 1800, for 478 acres in Frederick County from Jaems McDonald and Mary, his wife, of Frederick County to William Heth of Henrico County, [Virginia].
      6 p., copy.
  • Box 2
    folder 9
    Legal Papers, 1800-1802
    • Bond, 22 October 1800, Samuel Crumpton and John Marshall to Elisha Williams, High Sheriff of Frederick County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Deed, 3 August 1800, for lot number 7 in Winchester from John Kingan of Winchester and Frances, his wife, formerly Frances Walker, daughter of James Walker, deceased, of Winchester to Denton Jacques of Washington County, Maryland. Recorded in Winchester 3 January 1801.
      Physical Location: located in oversize, Virginia Miscellany box 3, folder 6.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 9 January 1801, Simon Morgan to Landon Carter.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 22 May 1801, LeRoy Daingerfield to James McDonald.
      2 p., copy.
    • Statement, 27 September 1801, George S. Washington to Clerk of Frederick District Court regarding the confession of judgment in suit of Thomas McCormack, assignee of Isaac Larue, et. al. v. George S. Washington.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 5 March 1802, Charles M. Thurston to Newley and Chuun.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 28 September 1802, from John Smith to Harry Heth.
      1 leaf.
    • Indictment, 1 November 1802, Frederick County Court, Commonwealth v. Thomas Buckhannon [Buchanan]. Buckhannon charged with assaulting Israel Janney.
      1 leaf.
    • Summons, 8 November 1802, to the sheriff of Frederick County commanding him to summon Thomas Buchanan to answer his indictment.
      1 leaf.
    • Execution, 3 December 1802, to the sheriff of Frederick County. Ca. resp. requiring Joseph Pangle and Henry Pangle to answer Edward Howe.
      2 p.
  • Box 2
    folder 10
    Legal Papers, 1802-1803
    • Bond, 24 December 1802, Joseph Pangle, Henry Pangle, and Samuel Baker to Thomas Massie, High Sheriff of Frederick County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Suit, 1803, John Howsman v. Presley Talbott containing: 1) Narratio and bill, n.d; and 2) Execution, 3 February 1803, Ca. resp.
      3 p.
    • Bond, 5 February 1803, David Hunter of Martinsburg to Alexander and James Fulton of Baltimore, Maryland.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Receipt, 22 February 1803, William Anderson and Thomas Buchannan [Buchanan] to Thomas Shepard.
      2 p.
    • Plea, 20 April 1803, Edward Williams, otherwise Doctor Williams, assignee of John Thurston, complaining of James McDowell. Frederick County.
      2 p.
    • Promissory note, 29 April 1803, from John Smith to Joseph Tidball.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 28 July 1803, Warner Washington to Presly Neville, executor of Daniel Morgan, deceased.
      2 p., copy.
    • Bond, 20 August 1803, Warner Washington and Mordecai Throckmorton to Presly Neville, executor of Daniel Morgan, deceased.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Promissory note, 20 September 1803, Samuel Kercheval to Presly Talbott.
      2 p., copy.
    • Order, 4 November 1803, Amos Allison to Stephen K. Stephens and Company, merchants, New York, concerning Messrs. Hawthorne and Taylor.
      2 p.
  • Box 2
    folder 11
    Legal Papers, 1803-1804
    • Bond, 15 November 1803, John Carter of Frederick County to Charles Lee of Alexandria.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 19 January 1804, William Gregsby and Jacob Weekly to Daniel Henry.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Promissory note, 1 February 1804, from William Snickers to General Presley Neville.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Promissory note, 2 February 1804, from Sarah Churchill to John Sowers.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 12 March 1804, from Samuel Kercheval to Presley Talbott.
      2 p., copy.
    • Release of errors, 22 March 1804, Robert Baylor to John Baylor.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 26 April 1804, Mordecai Booth and Mordecai Throckmorton to Henry Huntsbury.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Commission, 30 May 1804, to Strother G. Settle as Coroner of Frederick County, signed by John Page.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipt, 3 December 1804, John C. Wormeley to Thomas Shepherd.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipt, 28 December 1804, John C. Wormeley to Thomas Shepherd.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 12
    Legal Papers, 1805-1807
    • Promissory note, 11 January 1805, from John Cruger Wormeley adn John Wormeley to Rober Baylor.
      2 p., copy.
    • Receipt, 21 January 1805, John C. Wormeley to Thomas Shepherd.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipt, 26 February 1805, John C. Wormeley to Thomas Shepherd.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 2 August 1805, John C. Wormeley and John Wormeley to John and William Thompson.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Receipt, 3 September 1805, John C. Wormeley to Thomas Shepherd.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 14 November 1805, Patrick Denver and Richard Carr, both of Frederick County, to Nathaniel Cartmell.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Agreement, 30 November 1805, [Henry?] Heth to Joseph Tidball.
      2 p., copy.
    • Promissory note, 3 December 1805, from John C. Wormeley to Mrs. Rachael Walker.
      2 p.
    • Commission, 20 September 1806, to John B. Tilden as Coroner of Frederick County, signed by William H. Cabell.
      1 leaf.
    • Promissory note, 8 April 1807, from Mary Wormeley and John Wormeley to Samuel Irwin.
      1 leaf, copy.
  • Box 2
    folder 13
    Legal Papers, 1807-1809
    • Bond, 25 May 1807, Patrick Denver, Richard Carr, and Daniel Denver to Isaac Hite, High Sheriff of Frederick County.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Bond, 29 June 1807, William Snickers and John Washington to David Castleman, Jr.
      1 leaf, copy.
    • Execution, 5 December 1807, to the marshal of the District of Columbia. Ca. resp. requiring Jonathan and Mahlon Schofield to answer Joseph Smith.
      2 p., copy.
    • Deed, 21 May 1808, for 416 acres in Jefferson County from Joshua Swayne and Rebecca, his wife, of Jefferson County to Alex White of Jefferson County.
      6 p., copy.
    • Bond, 14 September 1808, John Wormeley, Mary Wormeley, and Thomas Parker to Samuel Irwin.
      2 p., copy.
    • Indictment, 1809, Frederick County Court, Commonwealth v. Jeremiah Leonard, Sr., and Jeremiah Leonard, Jr., charged with assaulting Moses Barker.
      2 p.
    • Indictment, 1809, Frederick County Court, Commonwealth v. Hezekiah Ponn, charged with assaulting John Latham.
      2 p.
    • Indictment, 1809, Frederick County Court, Commonwealth v. James Garner and Samuel Garner, charged with assaulting John Hamilton.
      1 leaf.
    • Indictment,
      1 leaf.
    • Commission, 20 June 1809, to James Singleton as sheriff of Frederick County, signed by John Tyler.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 14
    Legal Papers, 1809-1814
    • Bond, 17 February 1809, Mordecai Throckmorton and Fairfax Washington to Micajah Crupper.
      4 p.
    • Terms of sale, 24 August 1809, of the land of Mayo Carrington's estate lying on Willis' Creek and Boston Branch, signed E. Carrington and John Adams. With endorsements: 1)E. Carrington, John Adams, Richard Richards; and 2) E. Carrington, John Adams, Benjamin Carrington.
      2 p.
    • Certification, 2 March 1810, R. Smith, Secretary for the U.S. Department of State certifies that S. H. Smith and Daniel Rapine are Justices of the Peace for Washington County in the District of Columbia.
      1 leaf.
    • Bill, 17 June 1812, Joseph Lewis, Jr., member of Congress from the state of Virginia, to Creed Taylor, Chancellor of the Richmond City District. Plea that writs of subpoena be issued for Peter R. Beverley and Andrew Jamison. concerns sale of land from Beverley to Lewis.
      4 p.
    • Summons, 24 June 1812, to the sheriff of Loudoun County, commanding him to summon Peter R. Beverley, Robert Beverley, and Andrew Jamison to answer a bill exhibited against them by Joseph Lewis, Jr.
      2 p.
    • Power of attorney, 9 October 1813, Arthur Patterson and Martha his wife, late Martha Allen, William Patterson and Polly his wife, late Polly Allen, Joseph G. William and Elizabeth his wife, late Elizabeth Allen, and Anna Allen, heirs of Robert Allen, deceased, of Frederick County to Robert P. Allen of Shelby County, Kentucky. Recorded in Frederick County 31 January 1814.
      5 p.
    • Agreement, 28 July 1813, between Jenings Beckwith and Isaac [unknown].
      1 leaf.
    • Power of attorney, 22 December 1813, Henry W. Calmes of Clarke County, Kentucky, to Thomas Griggs, Sr., of Jefferson County. Recorded in Frederick County 3 August 1814.
      4 p.
    • Bond, 2 March 1814, Warner Washington to Presley Neville, executor of Daniel Morgan, deceased.
      2 p.
    • Memorandum, 6 July 1814, John McPherson to William J. Craighill, William Little, and Samuel Brown, authorizing payment to Samuel Swayne and money due to Joshua Swayne and Noah Swayne, heirs and legal representatives of Joshua Swayne, deceased.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 15
    Legal Papers, 1820-1862
    • Bill, 18 November 1820, Richard Henry Lee of Loudoun County to Dabney Carr, Judge of the Superior Court of Chancery held at Winchester. Plea for new trial in action of Lee v. Anderson and Smith concerning promissory note of Richard H. Love [Lee?] to Joseph Smith, assignee of James Anderson of Alexandria.
      4 p.
    • Notice, 21 September 1821, George Hancock to Warner Washington, Perrin Washington, and Reade Washington regarding bond.
      1 leaf.
    • Bond, 9 March 1826, Burr Powell, Humphrey B. Powell, and William L. Powell of Loudoun County to William Sleenbugen and John Morgan of Shenandoah County.
      2 p.
    • Register, 6 December 1831, John Hemings as a free man of color.
      1 leaf.
    • Receipt, 8 August 1862, Charles B. Dodd, Seminary, Alexandria, to William Forsyth.
      1 leaf.
  • Box 2
    folder 16
    Legal Papers, n.d.
    • scrap, n.d.
      2 p.
    • Bill of exchange, 28 February 1762, of Richard Barrett.
      2 p.
    • postscript, n.d., to unknown letter.
      1 leaf.
    • Account, n.d., of John Briscow.
      1 leaf, fragment.
    • cover, n.d., for letter from Henry Lee to Wilson Cary Nicholas.
      1 leaf.
    • Fragment, 22 February 1790, of letter from Nathaniel Burwell to Baker Perkins.
      1 leaf.
    • List, n.d., of items.
      1 leaf.