Scott, Gustavus, 1753-1800
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Manuscript copy made by Thomas Munroe of a letter written by the Commissioners of the City of Washington to James Piercy in response to Piercy's claims on lot 744. Scott and Thornton write to Piercy that "no intention exists of granting you the square you mention."
Gustavus Scott, William Thornton, and Alexander White, Washington City, to Thomas Law
James Piercy to Gustavus Scott, William Thornton, and Alexander White, 1797 September 29-October 31, 1797 September 29, 1797 October 5, 1797 October 31
James Piercy, City of Washington, to Gustavus Scott, William Thornton, and Alexander White. Three manuscript copies by Thomas Munroe of letters written by James Piercy to the Commissioners of the City of Washington about his claims to lot 744.
Autograph letter signed. Baltimore. Gustavus Scott writes to an unidentified recipient that a Mr. Chase is interested in purchasing Lots No. 20 and 21 near a parcel of land called Belle Hatch or Lux's Land.
Thomas Law, Washington City, discusses his plan for construction of New Jersey Avenue on lot 744 of Washington City, along the public canal.
Autograph letter signed. Duncanson writes that Thomas Law has resigned his title to Lot 744 of Washington City in favor of Tench Ringgold.
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