Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Albert A. Muller letter/circular, 1832.
Circular. Addressed to my friends and the Members of the Episcopal Church in Tuscaloosa. From Albert A. Muller. September 26, 1832. Re: split in the congregation and his role in it. + letter written on the same paper from Albert A. Muller, Tuscaloosa, Ala., October 5, 1832, to James McClung, Huntsville. ALS 1 p. Mentions coming to see church at Clarksville, Tenn. Tape damage; hole in center.
James McClung and John Lyle Deed, 1778.
Deed between John Lyle and James McClung for 80 acres of land in Rock bridge County, Va. April 8, 1778. ADS with seal. 1 document (torn).
McClung hunting horn (Gift of Francis L. Berkley, Jr.).
This hunting horn with silver fittings is supposed to have been made in Edinburgh for James McClung. The horn is fitted with a silver mouthpiece, a silver band in the center of the horn, and a silver band at the end of the horn. The horn has the initials “JM” and an inscription "Touch not the catt but a glove" motto of Clan Chatto, confederation of smaller Highland Clans. The cat referred to is the fierce Scottish wild cat, which was not to be touched without a glove.
McClung - West Point circular, 1847.
1847 report of Cadet McClung’s progress, U.S. Military Academy (West Point). Addressed to James McClung, Huntsville, Ala.
Robert Tunnell letter to James McClung, 1833.
February 23, 1833, letter from Robert Tunnel, Rhea County, Tenn., to James McClung, Attorney-at-Law, Huntsville, Ala. ALS 1 p. Re: note for collection.