John Phillips Ripley letter
Four page letter from John Phillips Ripley to Mrs. Abigail Ripley, informing her that Poland has been conquered by the Russian army. Writer was arrested in Galicia and turned back from his attempt to join the Polish army. He has had a fever but is recovered.
- Ripley, John Phillips, 1775-1816 (Author, Person)
- Ripley, Abigail (Wheelock), Mrs. (Recipient, Person)
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Mrs. Abigail Ripley (Wheelock) d.1818 i.e. Mrs. Sylvanus Ripley, Captain Boodge, John Phillips Ripley 1775-1816, Poland, Kosciuszko, Tadeusz Andrzj Bonawentura 1746-1817, Count Ignacy Potocki 1750-1809, John Henry Dombrowski 1755-1818, Antoine Madalinski 1739-1804, Marie Joseph Paul Roch Yves Gilbert de Lafayette Motier, marquis de 1737-1834, Count de Wendessin governor of Silesia, Aleksandr Vasil evich, Kniaz Italiiski Suvorov 1729-1800
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