Lee, Henry, 1756-1818
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Agreement between Bushrod Washington and Henry Lee, 1798 January 29
Autograph document signed by Bushrod Washington and Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, conveying the estate of Belvidere to Washington.
Agreement between Bushrod Washington and Henry Lee, 1795 January 21
Autograph document signed by Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee. An agreement about a road connecting the Belvedire estate to a canal.
Appointment, Henry Lee, 1796 December 24
A.D.S. 1 page. Appointment of Henry Lee, by William Augustine Washington, to receive monies owed from the State of Maryland. Witnessed by William Rice.
Henry Lee to Bushrod Washington, Richmond, approximately 1795
Autograph letter signed with integral address panel.
Letter, from Henry Lee, 1800 April 10
"Reports unanimous consent of Congress to extend franking privileges to her since postage of letters to her ""had become immoderate""--repeats his desire to serve her in any way. [See answer dated Ap. 20, 1800, T. Lear to Lee]"
Letter, John Marshall to General Henry Lee, 1796 July 18
Autograph letter signed with address panel. Richmond. Marshall writes to Lee about the sale of property and slaves and the suicide of lawyer Alexander Campbell, who was due to appear in Philadelphia for the Hunter v. Fairfax case. Marshall suggests going to Mount Vernon on Tuesday, where President George Washington was at home visiting.
Letter, to General Henry Lee, 1800 April 20
At Mrs. Washington's request, acknowledges his letter, communicating Congress's assent to extend to her the franking privilege.
Lloyd Nicholas Rogers to General Henry Lee, draft, 1810 January 24
Draft of letter from Lloyd Nicholas Rogers, New York, to Major-General Henry Lee discussing the life of Baron de Kalb.
Note regarding 5000 acres offered to George Washington in Jefferson County, 1788 November 20
- Correspondence 1
- Slavery 1