Bp Patrick Lynch to Madame Baptiste -- April 2, 1862
Unfinished letter (copy?) from Bishop Patrick Lynch to Madame Baptiste. The Bishop suggests that she "lay up a large stock of flour, and rice, and provisions, for it is pretty clear that they will get much dearer." He writes that Charleston is quiet now and he hopes that it will remain so until autumn when "perhaps by that time we may have peace." April 2, 1862. 2p.
066. Mortgage between Bp Patrick Lynch and Etienne Poincignon
Mortgage taken out by Bishop Patrick Lynch for $5000, payable to Etienne Poincignon, for lots on Society and Queen Streets in August, 1859. Two handwritten statements verifying the full satisfaction of the mortgage are written on the back by the executors of Poincignon and the Register Mesne Conveyance in October 1880. August 3, 1859. 4p.
Presidential Pardon of Bishop P. N. Lynch
Three-page pardon of Bishop P. N. Lynch issued by President Andrew Johnson.
Appointment letter from Jefferson Davis to P. N. Lynch
Letter from Jefferson Davis to P. N. Lynch appointing Lynch a Special Commissioner of the Confederate States of America to the States of the Church.
Oath of Allegiance
Oath of Allegiance to the United States signed by P. N. Lynch, Bishop of Charleston.
Appointment letter from Jefferson Davis
Letter from Jefferson Davis appointing P. N. Lynch Special Commissioner of the Confederate States of America to the States of the Church.
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