volume 4, issue 1, P43 1940
DOI: 10.2307/3038704
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Don Russell,
Lloyd A. Brown,
Howard H. Peckham

Abstract: This sketch has unfortunately been lost or destroyed.33. Babcock, The Rise of American Nationality, p. 79. z8 Biographical EssayLafayette, and hereon July 3, 18 17, he and his wife gave a magnificent ball in honor of the newly elected President of the United States, James Monroe.The observant reader will have noted that by now considerable light has been thrown on the Portsmouth letter. "My dear Sarah" is obviously the General's third wife, Sarah Bowdoin Dearborn, which brackets the date of the letter between …

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