7 edition of The Fairfax Correspondence found in the catalog.
June 3, 2003
by Adamant Media Corporation
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||554|
The Fairfax Heritage Society Records consists of linear feet and spans the years and consists of meeting minutes, notes, mailing lists, correspondence and a record book. Subjects include Sully Plantation and historic preservation in Fairfax County. D, Northern Neck Grants, Book G, , Vi Microfilm. Signed “Fairfax” and endorsed “Mr George Washington’s Deed for Acres of Land in Frederick County.” On 24 Nov. GW “Survey’d for myself the Land at the Head of the Marsh wch I bought of Captn Rutherford and afterward granted by Lord Fairfax” (GW’s Survey Field Book, –51, p.
Robert Carter III () was a planter, slaveholder, and iron manufacturer of Nomini Hall plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia. The correspondence, letter books, day books, and other papers in this collection contain detailed documentation on colonial Virginia: the Revolutionary War; plantation and family life; 18th century slavery and emancipation; the iron and textile industries. The Lady of Belvoir If there is a ghost at the Fort Belvoir military base in Northern Virginia, it is that of Sally Fairfax, wandering about her garden, admiring her favorite daffodils while eagerly listening for the sound of hoofbeats and the approach of her young caller: George : Jean Geddes.
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The last 2 vols. of the Fairfax correspondence, edited by Robert Bell, were published in Addeddate. The Fairfax correspondence Memoirs of the reign of Charles the First.
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Excerpt from The Fairfax Correspondence, Vol. 2 of 2: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First Irish Papists - London Royalists - King's sanguine expectations King's entrance into London - The Festivities, The Fairfax Correspondence book, &c. Refuses a Guard to the Parliament - The Remonstrance - Detail of grievances and their remedies - Stormy Debate upon it - Protesta tion against its being.
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of the Fairfax Correspondence, which our readers may remember broke off at the commencement of the Civil War.t The greater number of letters in the volumes before us relate to that period; for although the correspondence is nominally continued to the death of the Parliamentary General inthe letters after the King's execution and Fairfax's retirement are few in number, and, with th.
The last 2 vols. of the Fairfax correspondence, edited by Robert Bell, were published in Reproduction of original from Huntington Library. Sabin no. The last 2 vols. of the Fairfax correspondence, edited by Robert Bell, were published in Description: 2 volumes: 4 portrait (including frontispieces) ; 22 cm.
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Free shipping for many products. The papers of army officer and first U.S. president George Washington () held in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress constitute the largest collection of original Washington papers in the world.
They consist of approximat items accumulated by Washington between andincluding correspondence, diaries, and financial and military records. Brian Fairfax, the nephew of the compiler, says: ‘He was an excellent scholar, but delighted most in antiquities, and hath left many valuable collections of that kind.
He hath left a most exact pedigree of our family of Fairfax, proved by evidences’ (Fairfax Correspondence, i. These Fairfax MSS.
are now at Leeds Castle, Kent (ib. The will of Fairfax, together with a poem on his death, is printed in the ‘Fairfax Correspondence’ (i.
preface p. lxxxiv). A list of pictures, engravings, and medals representing him is given by Markham (Life of the Great Lord Fairfax, p.
).The Fairfax family of Fairfax County, Virginia, lived in a splendid brick mansion called Belvoir on the Potomac River four miles downstream from Mount his youth, George Washington developed lifelong friendships with several members of the Fairfax family and established social connections that would propel him to prominence as a young surveyor, soldier, and politician.A Fairfax Friendship: The Complete Correspondence Between George Washington and Bryan Fairfax, Manuscript Papers: Stone Ground: A History of Union Mills Manuscript Papers: John Terry Chase Manuscript Papers on Gum Springs: The Triumph of a Black Community: Author: Steve Walker.