J. Thomson Callender letter to Matthew Carey
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One autograph letter written and signed by political pamphleteer, James Thomson Callender, to bookseller, Matthew Carey, promising to bring in a copy of "the history about which you enquired," and recommending a friend for a position within Carey's firm, "You advertise for a Clerk. There is a very genteel decent young man, for whose moral Character I can pledge myself without fear, who would perhaps suit you and whom I should be happy to introduce to such a valuable friend as experience entitles me to think you. His name is Joseph Calder...You can if agreeable make a trial of him...," dated October 24, 1793.
Box 2, F0031: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.
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- Finding Aid Date
- 2016 April 14
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