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Box Misc. MS Box 1

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Letter, 1862 February 17

 File — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Folder 1
Scope and Contents Mrs. C.A. Council received a letter from her brother stationed at Bees Creek Battry [sic}, SC dated February 17, 1862. He describes the location of his unit "near the mouth of broad [sic] River" and the unlikelihood of eminent attack by the enemy. According to the letter, Bees Creek was located "near half way between" Savanah [sic] and Charleston. Seven men in his unit had been lost since the beginning of their service. He mentions hearing daily that an attack is expected upon Savanah [sic]...
Dates: 1862 February 17

Letter, 1862 March 25

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
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From George D. Prentice to R.W. Hanson discussing Hanson's character and the prospect of Hanson receiving a demijohn of whiskey from Prentice.

Dates: 1862 March 25

Letter, 1862 April 6

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 2
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Harsh reply from R.W. Hanson to George D. Prentice dated April 6, 1862 regarding comments made in the March 25, 1862 letter.

Dates: 1862 April 6

Letter, 1862 April 12

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 3
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A heated reply back to Roger W. Hanson from George D. Prentice sent to Louisville, KY and dated April 12 1862 discussing comments referring to Hanson as a drunkard.

Dates: 1862 April 12

Proclamation, 1846 October 08

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
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Proclamation made by Thomas G. Pratt, Governor of Maryland designating Thursday, November 16, 1846 as a public day of thanksgiving.

Dates: 1846 October 08

MacRae Biography

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
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Photocopy of typescript biography of General William MacRae; 12 pages.

Dates: Undated

Taylor Biography

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Identifier: Item 2
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Photocopy of typescript biography of Colonel Walker Taylor; 26 pages.

Dates: Undated

Deed of Gift, 1734 August 20

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
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Maurice Moore to John Porter; 250 acres in Bath County by Roger Haynes house and Rev. Richard Marsden's land. With sketch.

Dates: 1734 August 20

Deed, 1735 October 10

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Identifier: Item 2
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Maurice Moore to Thomas Jones; 540 acres for 5 shillings, in Bath Co., part of larger tract dated October 22, 1728. Witnessed by John Swann, Elizabeth Swann, and William Livingstone. "Proved June Court 1737". With Sketch.

Dates: 1735 October 10

Deed, 1736 June 22

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 3
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John Porter to James Smallwood; 250 acres for 50 punds, near land of Rev. Richard Marsden and Thomas Jones, "part of tract patented to Thomas Wyatt and by Wyatt conveyed to Col. maurice Moore who by Deed of Gift dated 20 Aug 1734 did convey said 250 acres to John Porter." Witn. by William Dry and Richard Lovett.

Dates: 1736 June 22