|Title||Alfred Moore document set|
|Date||1790 April 10 [letter]; n.d. [engraving]|
|Description||1 item - 3 leaf pamphlet with letter and engraving|
Moore, Alfred, 1755-1810
Iredell, James, 1751-1799
|Scope & Content||
Alfred Moore document set. 1 item - 3 leaf pamphlet with letter and engraving.
A.L.S., 1790 April 10, Hillsboro [N.C.?], to James Iredell
Moore served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War; member of North Carolina state senate, 1782; North Carolina state attorney general, 1782-91; member of North Carolina state legislature, 1792; state court judge in North Carolina, 1799; Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, 1799-1804.
Iredell was the state court judge in North Carolina, 1778; North Carolina state attorney general, 1779-82; Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, 1790-99; received 3 electoral votes, 1796.
Alfred Moore and James Iredell were revolutionary patriots and Assoc. Justices of the Supreme Ct. of the U.S., 1899.
Part of box of documents related to the Annapolis Convention.
|Admin/Biographical History||John S. H. Fogg, compiler of this collection, born in Eliot, Maine. Graduated from Bowdoin College in 1846, earned a degree in medicine from Harvard College in 1850 and established his practice in South Boston, Massachusetts. While a student at Bowdoin, Dr. Fogg developed a lifelong interest in collecting autograph letters and documents, particularly those relating to the history of the United States. Paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair in 1873, Fogg gave undivided attention to building his magnificent collection. Beginning in 1875, he had completed the task by 1881.|