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Collection — Box: BW 52, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16770
This collection contains a speech by Dr. Rush Nutt delivered in Greenville, Mississippi Territory on March 4, 1809. Nutt celebrates the just-concluded Jefferson Administration and commemorates the inauguration of James Madison. The address, fifteen and one-half pages in length, celebrates the accomplishments of Thomas Jefferson and attacks the preceding Adams administration which Nutt believed brought the Nation to the brink of tyranny and despotism. Dr. Rush Nutt, planter,...
March 4, 1809
Identifier: MSS 5533
Scope and Content
This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.
1765 - 1869
Identifier: Jefferson Papers
Circular letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Governor of Rhode Island, 11 January 1793.