Letter, General Assembly of Maryland to his Excellency the Minister of France, 1781 January 5
Scope and Contents
The letter is a request to "his most Christian Majesty" for help to secure the Chesapeake from British naval raids that had rendered it impossible to export the "Tobacco, flour and other produce of this State and Virginia". The senders may possibly be Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, George Plater, President of the Senate and William Bruff, Speaker of the House. The recipient is not identified other than as the Minister of France. 4 pages.
- Creation: 1781 January 5
- Jenifer, Daniel of St. Thomas, 1723-1790 (Creator, Person)
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1 pages ; 31 x 20 cm
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