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St George Tucker Poem
St George Tucker Poem
Among papers of Nathan White, presumably written in his hand (though not sure). Poem by St. George Tucker of Virginia:

Days of my youth! Ye have glided away;
Locks of my youth! Ye are frosted and gray;
Eyes of my youth! Your keen sight is no more;
Cheeks of my youth! Ye are furrowed all o'er;
Strength of my youth! All your vigor is gone;
Thoughts of my youth! Your gay visions are flown!
Days of my youth, I wish not your recall;
Locks of my youth, I'm content ye shall fall;
Eyes of my youth, ye much evil have seen;
Cheeks of my youth, bathed in tears have ye been;
Thoughts of my youth, ye have led me astray;
Strength of my youth; why lament your decay!
Days of my age! Ye will shortly be past;
Pains of my age, but a while can ye last;
Joys of my age, in true wisdom delight;
Eyes of my age, be religion your light;
Thoughts of my age, dread ye not the cold sod;
Hopes of my age, be ye fixed on your God!

Lines written by George Tucker Virginia
Nathan White Confederate Bond
Nathan White Confederate Bond
Confederate States Bond

$500 for Nathan White
Nathan White IOU 1857
Nathan White IOU 1857
Promise of payment to Nathan White from James (?) Thompson, June 23, 1857
Nathan White Letter 1857
Nathan White Letter 1857
Letter to Nathan White regarding property purchase/transfer. 1857
Nathan White Letter-Invoice 1857
Nathan White Letter-Invoice 1857
Letter to Nathan White from James C Ayer & Co., Lowell Mass, seeking payment from a Mr. Smith, and requesting help from White’s firm in determining when said payment will be made.

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