Roberto Goodloe Harper manuscript: Reflexoens sobre a questão entre os Estados Unides ea França  1798
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The following Clements Library collections contain items to or from Robert Goodloe Harper:

  • Miscellaneous collection: A letter from Robert Goodloe Harper to Benjamin Harwood, May 20, 1817
  • Miscellaneous collection: A letter from Robert Walsh to Robert Goodloe Harper, May 1818
  • American Science and Medicine collection: A letter from Robert Goodloe Harper to William Howard, October 4, 1814
  • John Holker papers: Letters from Robert Goodloe Harper to John Holker, May 13, 1820 and June 8, 1820; and from John Holker to Robert Goodloe Harper, February 13, 1812 and June 1, 1820
  • Andrew Law papers: Sam[uel] Andrew Law to Robert Goodloe Harper, May 6, 1794
  • James McHenry papers: Robert Goodloe Harper to Charles Pinckney, July 26, 1799; [James McHenry] to Robert Goodloe Harper, August 1 and August 24, 1799
  • United States Congress collection: Robert Goodloe Harper to [Joseph Hopper] Nicholson, February 3, 1801; to William Sullivan, December 21, 1797, February 6, 1798, September 15, 1804; to Stephen Van Rens[s]elaer, May 7, 1823
  • War of 1812 collection: Ch[arles] Carroll to Robert Goodloe Harper, December 17, 1814
Bibliography

Cox, Joseph W. "Harper, Robert Goodloe." American National Biography Online Feb. 2000.

Harper, Robert Goodloe. Observations on the Dispute Between the United States and France. Philadelphia printed. London: Reprinted at the Philanthropic press, 1797.