File BUL 1/307/1-27, 569X5 - Letters to HLB

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BUL 1/307/1-27, 569X5


Letters to HLB


  • 1858-1865 (Creation)

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From: Adalbert de Scammont, undated (1, formerly in T/24); Peter Campbell Scarlett (DNB), envoy extraordinary at Athens, 1863 (3, formerly in T/9); Revd William G. Schauffler, 1862 (1, formerly in T/60); George Schedel, 1858, 1860-1861, 1863 (14; enc. letters about transfer of stock in American land company to HLB, 1860, receipts for payment of Mme. de Saavedra's debts, 1801; draft letter(s) from HLB, 1861; formerly in T/9, 14, 31, 39, 47); Eml. [?Emmanuel] P. Schilizzi, 1864 (1, formerly in T/78); Schleinitz, 1861 (copy telegram, formerly in T/47); Constantine Schocan /Tchocan, 1858 (1, formerly in T/12); Joseph Schustarcoff, 1863 (1, in Italian, formerly in T/74); H. Schwabacher, H. Audibert & Cie, wine merchants, 1865 (1, formerly in T/78); ?J/T.B.G. Scott, 1859 (1, formerly in T/21); S. Scott, 1859 (copy letter from HLB, 1859, formerly in T/26).

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Created 22/11/2004 by Droip. Modified 30/10/2020 by Droab.


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