Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections
1762-1776, 7 items.
The papers of John Rutledge chiefly contain legal documents, four of which relate to the case of Hetherington and Kynoch v. Lynn, and an affidavit in the case of Thompson v. Fludd. Also included is a letter, 1776, from William Arther, Ralph Humphreys, and Jacob Richmon, the Committee of Safety for Saxe Gotha district, South Carolina, to John Rutledge, Sr. (1739-1800), Revolutionary statesman, concerning barrels of flour that Charles Cantry has offered to the public service.
College of Charleston
In the Collection of Miscellaneous Manuscripts, 1733-1895, 0.3 linear foot.
Other authors include John Rutledge. An inventory is available in the repository and online.
Francis Marion University
James A. Rogers Library
In the Johnstone Family Papers, 1753-1989, 2 boxes.
Correspondents include John Rutledge.
Library of Congress
1761-1786, 1 microfilm reel.
Account book of John Rutledge, 1761-1786.
1778, 2 letters.
Letters of John Rutledge, 1778.
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical
New York, NY
1776, 1 item.
A letter from John Rutledge to Governor Patrick Henry written on September 3, 1776.
1780, 1 item.
A letter from John Rutledge to Governor Caswell written on February 25, 1780.
1781, 1 item.
A letter from John Rutledge to General Nathanael Greene written on January 23, 1781. In the letter, John Rutledge mentions the activities of the Tories.
1781, 1 item.
A letter from John Rutledge to General Nathanael written on November 11, 1781. In the letter, John Rutledge writes concerning a Hand-Bill of Cornwallis's Surrender.
1788, 1 item.
A letter from John Rutledge in the third person to William Drayton written on August 4, 1788. In the letter, John Rutledge writes that he will be unable to attend the Court of Chancery.
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum
In the Mrs. James Lewis Hook Autograph Collection, 1752-1810, 22 items.
Other authors include John Rutledge. A finding aid is available in the repository.
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