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William Jarvis and Co. letter
Three-page letter from William Jarvis and Co. in Lisbon to Nicholas Gilman in Washington, regarding business. The British convoy sailed Oct. 17. Enclosing a translation of the edict shutting out British ships. The regiments are ordered to the sea coast. Preparations for the court's going to the Brazils.
- William Jarvis and Company (Author, Organization)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Joao VI, King of Portugal, Captain Winslow Bradford of the "Dolphin," John Gardiner Jr. and Co. of Phildaelphis, Cornelius Coolidge and Co., John Franklin of New York, Portugal, US Foreign Relations, Great Britain, Peninsular War (1807-1814)
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