Charles Garth letterbook  1758-1760, 1762-1766
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The Clements Library's William Petty, Lord Shelburne papers contain two letters concerning Garth dated June 3, 1763, and July 11, 1767.

The New York Public Library and the South Carolina Historical Society hold small collections of Garth papers.

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Portions of the Garth letterbook have been published in the following journals:

The following item, also held at the Clements Library, is related to Garth: A Representation of Facts, Relative to the Conduct of Daniel Moore, Esquire; Collector of His Majesty's Customs At Charles-Town, In South-Carolina: From the Time of His Arrival In March, 1767, to the Time of His Departure In September Following. Transmitted by the Merchants of Charles-town, to Charles Garth, Esquire, In London, Agent for the Province of South-Carolina; And, Recommended In a Letter From the Honourable the Committee of Correspondence. Charles-Town, South Carolina: Printed by Charles Crouch, at his printing office in Elliott-street, 1767.

Cashin, Edward J. "Wright, Sir James, first baronet (1716-1785)." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.