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1 Title:   Edward Telfair letter to Governor James Jackson  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Telfair, Edward, approximately 1735-1807  
  Dates:   1799 May 15  
The collection consists of one letter: dated Savannah, May 15, 1799, to Governor Jackson, from Edward Telfair, concerning the Confiscation Acts, specifically addressing the current lawsuit brought against Telfair by his current business partner.
  Identifier:   ms3654  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Oliver Hillhouse Prince family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Prince family  
  Dates:   1785-1919  
The collection consists of papers pertaining to the family and decedents of the Oliver Hillhouse Prince from 1785-1919. A considerable number of documents focus on Oliver Hillhouse Prince, Jr., including his interest in the genealogy of the Prince family and documents relating to his service in Cobb's Legion during the Civil War. Correspondence is written by or addressed to Abraham Baldwin, Mrs. Martha Price, Martha J. Jackson, Dr. H. Jackson, and John B. Lamar. Of particular interest is a parody of a court case at the Honorable Mouse-Owlry court, in Bibb County, where Billy Beeswax of Honey Comb Hall is petitioning that Peter Pushroot pays him the 400 bushels of potatoes he is owed. The collection also includes wills of Oliver H. Prince, Henry Jackson, Joseph Webber; and a scrapbook containing mostly printed pictures and newspaper clippings relating to Georgia political matters and deaths of Prince family members and notable Athenians.
  Identifier:   ms141  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   John Milledge letter to Sheftall Sheftall  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Milledge, John, 1757-1818  
  Dates:   1796 February 26  
The collection consists of a letter from Senator John Milledge, Philadelphia (Pa.) to Sheftall Sheftall, Savannah (Ga.) on February 26, 1796. Milledge discusses the status of Mordecai Sheftall's claim before Congress, the speech of Edward Livingston on British indignities to American seaman, the Virginia Resolutions, the treaties with Algeria and Spain, canal lottery tickets for Sheftall, and General James Jackson.
  Identifier:   ms670  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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