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McClung, James

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Albert A. Muller letter/circular, 1832.

Identifier: MM.1987.003
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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.

Dates: 1832

James McClung and John Lyle Deed, 1778.

Identifier: MM.1996.009
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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).

Dates: 1778

McClung hunting horn (Gift of Francis L. Berkley, Jr.).

Identifier: Artifact 2019.035
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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.

Dates: 19th century

McClung - West Point circular, 1847.

Identifier: MM.1979.075
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1847 report of Cadet McClung’s progress, U.S. Military Academy (West Point). Addressed to James McClung, Huntsville, Ala.

Dates: 1847

Robert Tunnell letter to James McClung, 1833.

Identifier: MM.1993.011
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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.

Dates: 1833