CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 4

180812
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, August 23, 1858, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 1 p., brief note regarding local weather conditions and family matters.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 1

180834
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, _____ 17, 1858, ''A.M.C.,'' Paris, to ''My Dear Friend,''regarding his visit to Scotland, where he saw ''this thing called a handsome [sketch accompanies the text], in which the driver sits behind in a small place and drives over the top of the handsome (one horse). It is not called a hands...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 2

180835
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 5, 1858, Dr. John Jenkins, Hamilton, Canada, to Richard K. Call, 3 pp., thanking him for his ''kind and benevolent treatment to my Daughter. . .'' and asking ''what will be your price, as low as you can grant it to a Father'' for the freedom of Mary, Jenkins' daughter and Call's slave: ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 3

180836
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, August 5, 1858, John Jenkins, Hamilton, Canada, to Richard K. Call, 3 pp.: ''It is with the deepest emotions of gratitude Sir I acknowledge the receipt of your letter, giving your consent to let me have my Daughter Mary [and for] the moderation of your price. . . Please let me know by lette...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 7

180852
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Draft of Letter, November 1, 1860, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Mr. Hart (editor, Tallahassee Sentinel newspaper), 12 pp., explicating at length his unionist, pro-slavery views in response to ''your remarks on the speech delivered by me . . . on the 29th. . . I did not advocate resistance to th...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 8

180854
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 5, 1860, Richard Call Long to his mother Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., regarding progress in his lessons: ''I suppose that you will have received my report . . . so that I need hardly tell you any thing more concerning my lessons. . . we had a list of Prepositions to recite and I was the...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 9

180857
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 22, 1860, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Mr. Hart (editor, Tallahassee Sentinel newspaper), printed as a 1-page broadside: ''. . . never at any time, or on any occasion within the last ten years, have I seen so much unanimity, so much enthusiasm, in the support of the glorious A...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 5

180839
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, May 17, 1860, Mary Jane Higgins, Hamilton, to ''Dear Husband'' (apparently a slave of Richard Call at Lake Jackson), 2 pp.: ''I received a letter from Master some time since in which he informs me that you are well. . . I hope you will still look up to god as your supporter and your friend ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 6

180843
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 12, 1860, Richard K. Call, Tallahassee, to his grandson Richard Call Long, encouraging him in his studies: ''If you continue to apply your energies you cannot fail to learn. Your hand-writing is greatly improved, and your spelling and diction are both very good, but still both may be ...

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