American history/Early national
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Baring, Alexander, Letter to William Stephens Smith, 1796 April 2
Signed letter dated April 2, 1796 from British investment banker and diplomat Alexander Baring, Philadelphia, to New York Representative William Stephens Smith (1755-1816), New York, requesting clarification about a land deal in upstate New York that involved Smith, Baring's friend, financier John Julius Angerstein (1735-1823), New York London-based merchant Samuel Ward, and Aaron Burr (1756-1836), then U.S. Senator from New York.
Grand Jury Presentment, Frederick County Maryland of Sally Roberts, Defendant, 1826 October
An indictment handed down during the August term against Sally Roberts, a free Black woman, "for selling spiritous liquor without a licence, and for keeping a disorderly house some time in the month of October 1826..."
Hogeboom, Stephen, 1744-1814, Account Book of Tax and Labor Records in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, 1786-1827
Mary Chrystie Papers
A collection of letters and other writings written principally by Mary Chrystie, but also other members of Chrystie/Few family, mostly from the 1830s through 1840s. Mary Chrystie is a pious, intelligent, chatty, and wealthy young lady from Fishkill Landing, New York. Unfortunately Mary dies at the early age of 17 from tuberculosis in Nice, France.