McClure, Thomas, 1754-
- Existence: 1754
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Two-page letter from Thomas McClure in Boston to Rev. David McClure informing him of his son's studies, the death of Dr. Elliot, and that Jno. Randlet's vessel has been seized and he was taken prisoner in Surinam. Sam Randlet's adventures at sea and the capture by the British.
Three-page letter from Thomas McClure of Boston to Rev. David McClure, telling him about his distress caused by the British blockade. The Congress, Chesapeake and three other frigates in Boston harbor. Oppostion to Madison. On the same sheet, a letter to his son urging him to devote his mind to study.
Three-page letter of Thomas McClure of Boston to Rev. David McClure telling him about the scarcity of food and high prices. The following of Jefferson and Madison. Directions as to the care of Thomas. His daughter Nancy's marriage.