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Archibald McCall to Robert Hunter Letter, 1794

Archibald McCall to Robert Hunter Letter, 1794
Mss. Sm Coll McCall
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Scope and Contents
Archibald McCall, Tappahannock, Virginia,  letter to David Hunter where he states he has been attending the Virginia High Court of Chancery in Richmond in connection with his daughter's "very weighty suit;" and praises cheapness of land in America, good navigation and fishing, price of cattle, horse and crops, and good opportunitie for Episcopal clergy.  Includes typescript.  March 11, 1794.
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McCall, Archibald
Hunter, Robert
Episcopal Church--Clergy
Episcopal Church--Virginia--Clergy--18th century
United States--Emigration and Immigration--History
Virginia. High Court of Chancery. Richmond District

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Acquisition Note
 Source: Unknown.  Accession Number 1981.22..
Preferred Citation
Archibald McCall to David Hunter Letter, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
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