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Author:
Beasley, Reuben
Date:
1813-01-20
Description:
arrangements for sending letters from Great Britain to the United States, dissatisfied merchants plan to petition the Board of Trade to permit letters to be transported as usual, effect of the war on commercial affairs, believes merchants will petition Parliament for peace with the United States, political affairs in England, military affairs in Europe
Partner:
University of Mary Washington
Part of:
Papers of James Monroe
Source:
http://academics.umw.edu/jamesmonroepapers/searchable-database-of-correspondence/
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