James Hamilton, Jr., Papers, 1829 and 1856
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Three letters, 1829, 1856, and undated, of James Hamilton, Jr., include a 3 June 1829 letter to Thomas Young, of Savannah, Georgia, concerning the sale of rice and "an order in your favor for the seed rice" and an undated note requesting that Colonel Preston come "at 7 oc this Evg." as "We are going to hold a consultation on an important matter."
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