Frederick County Historical Society Collection 1741-1935, MS. 2417

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Frederick County Historical Society Collection, 1741-1935
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Frederick County Historical Society Collection, 1741-1935
Maryland Historical Society

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FREDERICK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY COLLECTION

MS. 2417

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Correspondence, genealogical information and some legal papers relative to Frederick County families from 1741 to 1935; the bulk of the material falls in the period of the Civil War.

PROVENANCE

This is an artificial collection consisting of photocopies of original material owned by the Historical Society of Frederick County.


Container List

Box I

Part I

Geo. A. Dennis papers, 1861

 

 

 

Tyler family papers, 1821-1899

William P. Maulsby papers, 1861-1866

Box I

Part II

Roger Brooke Taney papers, 1741-1864

Box II

Part I

Colonel John McPherson papers, 1789-1840

Box II

Part II

Markell family papers, 1782-1892

Cronise family papers, 1760-1935

Thomas Johnson papers, 1753-1882

Box II

Part III

Potts family papers, 1766-1843

Box III

Part I

Benjamin Amos Cunningham papers, 1838-1902

Box III

Part II

Brien family papers, 1836-1884

William J. Ross incoming letters, 1843-1844

Dulany family papers, 1738-1894

Schley family papers, 1779-1902

Lutheran Church, 1850

L.A. Gobright incoming letters, 1866

Judge George Gordon Belt's assassination, 1869

Frederick City Packing Company, 1897

Box III

Part III

Hugg-Pearce Marriage Certificate, 17..

Jas.Smith Papers, 1788-1794

Friold-Wood Marriage Certificate, 1780

Low, William Birth Certificate, 1781

Barratt Marriage Certificate, 1783

Hobbs, Zach: Letter to Mother, 1792

Martin, Luther Esquire to John Nicholson, 1799

Drew, Benjamin, Sale of slave, 1803

Hasfeldt, J. Bill of sale, 1807

Main family Papers, 1883-1894

Lipps, J.C.C., letter, 1891

William S. Ray paper, 1900

Box I)

Part I)

Folder 1

George A. Dennis papers, 1861

13 letters from different correspondents to Colonel Geo. R. Dennis, Lieutenant Commander of the First Regiment of the Potomac Home Brigade, concerning the raising and the administration of that brigade; notably a letter of September 24 by David Blocker [1823-1863], and a letter of same date by Jas. C. Clarke of the Northern Central Railroad, concerning the transportation of troops.

Tyler Family Papers, 1821-1899

Dr. William Bradly Tyler [1788-1863] practised medicine in Frederick from 1814-1842; was Clerk of Frederick County from 1845-1852; was nominated to the Senate of Maryland by the Whigs party of Frederick County in 1853. He had a daughter, Maria, born 1831, who married Dr. Thomas Belt of Richmond and moved to Omaha, Nebraska.

Folder 2

Seven pages of the genealogy of the Tyler family

Folder 3

1821-1828: 10 letters addressed to Dr. Tyler concerning medical matters.

1831, March 3: Letter from John B. Latrobe, Baltimore, about covering the State of Maryland for political purposes.

1861, Nov. 2: Letter from John P. Kennedy, Baltimore, promising his assistance for obtaining help for a Mrs. Buchanan from General McClellan.

1862 (?)June 19: Letter from William Potts Jr., concerning politics.

Folder 4

1813-1852: 26 letters from C.V.Mercer, concerning business and politics

Folder 5

1847-1899: 33 letters to Mrs. Maria T. Belt nee Tyler, mostly written before her marriage; some letters written in 1859 by Hilary Cenas, on board U.S. Frigate “Congress”, describing voyage to South America.

William P. Maulsby Papers, 1861-1866.

Colonel William P. Maulsby [1816-1894] was Commander of the First Regiment of the Potomac Home Brigade, Maryland Volunteers. After 1865, he worked as a lawyer.

Folder 6

1861: 31 letters from various officers, discussing a meeting at Harpers Ferry; also concerning recruiting, supplies, transports of troups, tents, clothing, enlistment of minors. David Blocker is a recruiter.

Folder 7

1861: About 40 Provision Requisitions and Returns for Camp Worman and Camp Thomas.

Folder 8

1862: 18 papers concerning discipline problems, medical reports, lists of prisoners; letter of April 2 from Francis Thomas in Washington about new military regulations.

Folder 9

n.d.: 13 Ordance Stores for the Potomac Home Brigade.

Folder 10

1865-1867: 40 letters to W.P. Maulsby concerning legal matters.

1866: Two letters from Judge Albert Ritchie

[1834-1903] concerning his cases.

n.d.: Letters from W.P. Maulsby to his son.

Part II

Roger Brooke Taney Papers, 1741-1864.

Folder 1

1741-1751: 22 pages of letters from John Gibson, London, to Mr. & Mrs. John Ross, Mayor of Annapolis, [1696-1766], concerning purchases Gibson made for the Ross family; also a copy of the seal of John Ross “in infelicidad felix”.

Folder 2

1766: Estate of John Ross.

Folder 3

1777-1794: John Ross Key [1754-1821], father of Mrs. Taney. 1781: His appointment as Lieutenant. Four letters to J.R. Key from Wm. Gibson, others.

Folder 4

1763-1821: Estate of Francis (Philip) Key [1731-1770], father of Francis Key, Grandfather of Mrs. Taney, including a list of about 50 slaves he owned Dec. 31, 1763; 7 papers concerning transactions of Mrs. Annee A.R. Key after her husband's death.

Folder 5

Genealogical data of the Taney family.

Folder 6

1807-1813: 11 incoming letters to the Farmers Branch Bank, Feederickstown.

Folder 7

1808-1811: 4 letters by Philip Barton Key [1757-1815].

Folder 8

1813: 8 letters by Elizabeth Maynardier, Annapolis, aunt of Mrs. Taney, to her brother, John Ross Key.

Folder 9

1817: 5 letters by Ann Phoebe Key, wife of J.R. Key, to her children.

Folder 10

1818-1829: 2 letters received by the Maynadiers.

Folder 11

1831-1849: 7 letters received by Anne Taney (Mrs. R.B. Taney).

Folder 12

1832-1847: 7 letters by the Maynadiers to the Taneys.

Folder 13

1857: 8 letters written by R.B. Taney.

All letters concern mostly family matters.

Folder 14

n.d. Legal opinions by R.B. Taney, usually about bank regulations. Taney was judge at various Courts.

Folder 15

1761-1864: Roger Brooke Taney family papers.

Box II

Part I

Colonel John McPherson papers, 1789-1840.

Col.John McPherson [1760-1829], born in Philadelphia, businessman, moved to Frederick County, was Associate Judge, member of Legislature. Col. John McPherson [1796-1874], member of law firm with John Brien, was executor of estates of his brothers Robert and Alexander.

Folder 1

1789-1845: 25 assorted legal papers.

1802: Oliver Evans transfers to John McPherson his patent rights for the manufacturing of flour and meal.

1816: Appeal for celebration of forty years of Independence, bearing signatures of ten citizens of Frederick County.

1825, Oct. 21: Letter from John to brother Alexander, concerning death of brother Robert.

1831-35: Shares in the Washington Turnpike Company and in the Frederick & Woodsborough Turnpike Co.

Folder 2

1782-1874 Outgoing mail.

1782-1818: 9 letters to various, concerning business and building of turnpike.

1794, Jul. 26: McPherson c/ Ogle.

1797, Sept. 28: To the Governor & Council in Annapolis, recommending some men for filling existing vacancies (Names not enclosed).

1836, June 9: Edward McPherson buys a Negro girl, 10 years old, for $155.-.

Folder 3

1783-1829: 30 pieces of incoming mail, concerning land transactions, local politics, building of turnpike; correspondents were a.o. James Riddle, John Brien, Elie Williams, John L. Potts.

1798: J.H. Stone writes concerning a fugitive slave.

Folder 4

1831-1839: 20 pieces of incoming mail; correspondents are a.o. Henry R. Warfield, Henry August Brien, W.M. Beall.

1837, Aug.29: Letter concerning a fugitive slave.

Folder 5

1840-1850: 8 pieces incoming mail: Correspondents: Thomas Johnson, Wm. Schley, W.P. Maulsby.

1840, Sept. 10: Elwood Morris writes regarding the naturalization of 40 men in time for election.

Folder 6

1829-36: Estate of John McPherson [Sr.].

Part II)

Folder 1

Markell Family Papers, 1782-1892.

1782, Aug. 17: Last Will of Conrad Markell (Markle), in Frederick.

1792, Sept. 5: Demand for back-pay and land warrant for the late John Markell, Lieutenant in the Maryland line, by his brother, William Markell.

1792-1795: Three business papers involving Markell family.

1860, March 12: Nomination of Jacob Markell as Director of Frederick County Library.

1892, July 28: Charles F. Markell is nominated Secretary of the Legation to Brazil, signed by John W. Foster.

Folder 2

Cronise Family Papers, 1760-1935.

April 10, 1760: Naturalization of George Cronice (not Cronise); ten other men are naturalized at the same time.

1748-1935: Records of births, marriages, deaths, of Cronise family, as written in (family bible or published in local papers, with annotations by William Gray Harman (1935), a descendant of the Cronise family

21 pages.

1861-1898: Army records from the Maryland Potomac Home Brigade, 1861-1862, for Captain William M. Cronise, and 1898 application for pension

5 pages.

Folder 3

1826-1935: Annotations by John F. Harman to the Cronise family history.

1843-1854: Ten family letters, mostly from Jacob Cronise, Monrovia, Maryland, to his children.

1849-1853: Five interesting letters from William Cronise, from his travels to South America and California, to his family at home.

Folder 4

Thomas Johnson papers, 1753-1882.

1753-1765: Land Grant to Thomas Johnson for “Johnsons Delight”.

1783-1806: Six letters to Thomas Johnson, notably one from George Washington, 1795, offering him Office of Secretary of State.

1818: Thomas Johnson's Last Will

1839-40: Two letters from Thomas Johnson to Col. John McPherson concerning politics.

1842: Genealogy of Johnson family, going back to Thomas' grandfather; history copied 1882 by Wm.C. Johnson, M.D.

11 pages.

Folder 5

n.d. Five letters from Worthington Johnson to wife, Mary J.F. Potts [1753-1808], daughter of Richard Potts.

1862, August: W.R.Johnson enrolled in Militia of U.S.

1847, April 27: W.R.Johnson purchases “Araby” from trustee of John McPherson.

1844-1865: Insurance policies by the “Mutual Insurance Company of Frederick County” for W. Johnson.

Part III)

Folder 1

Potts Family Papers, 1766-1843.

1766, June 13: Wm. Potts, receipt for part of Legacy.

1808, Nov. 14: Last Will of Richard Potts.

1811, Dec. 11: Court Decree Potts c/ Potts, concerning land in Calvert county.

1838, Dec. 14: Deed for land in Washington to William B. Tyler and Richard Potts.

1840, Oct. 20: Deed for land in Frederick County to George Murdock & Richard Potts.

1843: Aug. 4: Auditors Report for Richard Potts c/ John McPherson Brien, concerning accounts.

Folder 2

1764-1771: Twelve letters from William Potts in Barbados to his mother Sarah in Annapolis, reporting about his business and economic, political and social conditions in Barbados.

Folder 3

1768-1771: Two letters from James Russell in London to Sarah Potts, concerning business. Russell is agent for the Potts interests in London.

Folder 4

1774-1829: Seven letters received by Richard Potts; one correspondent is William Murdock in London. These are business letters.

Folder 5

1781-1789: 7 letters written by Richard Potts to wife Betsy and others.

Folder 6

1787 - 1808: 5 letters written by Richard Potts, some to William Murdock in London, one concerning estate of Benjamin Machale, his brother-in-law.

Folder 7

1802-1808: Six letters from Richard Potts in Frederick to William Potts in Barbados concerning business.

Folder 8

1807-1808: Two letters from Eleanor Potts in Frederick to Ann Potts in Washington County.

Box III)

Part I)

Folder 1

Benjamin Amos Cunningham papers, 1838-1902

1838-1891: B.A. Cunningham [member of the Maryland Constitution Convention in 1864], was executor of the estate of his father-in-law, John Hasselback.

Folder 2

1843-1895: 31 letters family correspondence, also some business letters.

Folder 3

1902: 11 letters from Isabel Wightman, daughter of Robert C. Hall, granddaughter of B.A. Cunningham, from her travels in Europe, to family in Maryland.

Part II)

Various

Folder 1

Brien Family papers, 1836-1884

Main topic is the legality of the purchase of a house in Sharpsburg in 1842 by John M. Brien & wife; legal opinions are given by W.J. Ross (1843), R.J.Brant (1864) and William J. Hamilton with Daniel Bowman (1864).

1836, Mar. 1: John B. Brien, Catoctin Furnace, is requested to submit a permit from 1821 for working the Iron Ore Bank.

1877-1884: Col. Luke Tiernan Brien, with the Illinois Central Railroad, receives applications for jobs with the railroad.

Folder 2

William J. Ross, Incoming letters, 1843/4

4 letters, one from R[ichard] H[enry] Marshall, concerning

Col. McPherson affairs [UNK] [UNK] [Marshall was married to a daughter of Richard Potts].

Folder 3

Dulanly Family Papers, 1738-1894.

n.d. History & description of Dulany House near Mount Pleasant,

21 pp.

1738: Land Grant to Daniel Dulany [died 1747].

1786: Agreement between Daniel Dulany and John Jacob Schley concerning houses in Frederick.

1894: History of Dulany property in Frederick by Winebrenner & Ross.

Folder 4

Schley Family Papers, 1779-1902

n/d: Capt. George Jacob Schley - list of soldiers

1809: Letters to John Schley concerning Republican politics; correspondents include Daniel Clarke, Samuel Knox.

1833, May 6: Legal opinion of John Schley for Col.McPherson.

n.d. Letter from M(?) Schley to Col.John McPherson concerning debts.

1844, Dec. 8: Mrs. Schley to sister, Mrs. George M. Potts.

Folder 5

1767-1902: Genealogy of Schley family.

1835, Oct. 8: Last Will of John Schley.

Folder 6

Lutheran Church, 1850.

John. Ebert to Rev.Jos.A.Seiss, concerning duties and salary of a minister.

Folder 7

L.A. Gobright, 1806: Incoming letters from Washington.

Folder 8

Judge George Belt's assassination, 1869

Paper clippings concerning his death in California.

Folder 9

Frederick City Packing Company, 1897; concerns State Taxes.

Part III)

Various

Folder 1

Benjamin Hugg & Rebecca Pearce get married Dec. 2, 17..?

Folder 2

Mrs. Martha Dyer owes money to Jas.Smith, 1788. Jas.Smith sells slaves, 1794.

Folder 3

William Friold & Elizabeth Wood get married March 22, 1780.

Folder 4

Birth Certificate for Low William, London, 1781.

Folder 5

Samuel Barratt & Catherine Barratt get married Febr. 28, 1783.

Folder 6

Zach.Hobbs announces birth of his daughter Lucy, Sept. 1792.

Folder 7

Luther Martin, Esq. to John Nicholson, concerning lawsuit, Apr. 24, 1799.

Folder 8

Bill of sale of negro Alex by Benjamin Drew, June 12, 1803/.

Folder 9

J. Hasfeldt seels candy to Dr. Peter Fahrny, Sept. 14, 1807.

Folder 10

Main Family, some business papers, 1883-1894

Folder 11

[UNK] C. [UNK] letter to sister, 1891.

Folder 12

William S. Ray - Business announcement, 1900.

REELS # 1493 and # 1494 AND # 1496 WHICH IS

MS 2418

A PROPERTY COLLATED COPY OF # 1493

Record of the Bureau of Customs, Port of Baltimore, 1791 - 1835.

INDEX

(The first figure refers to the Box number; the second to the Part number, and the third to the Folder number).

Barbados

2,

3,

2;

2,

3,

7

Barratt

3,

3,

5

Beall, W.M.

2,

1,

4

Belt, Judge George Gordon

3,

2,

8

Belt, Thomas

1,

1,

1

Blocker, David

1,

1,

1;

1,

1,

6

Bowman, Daniel

3,

2,

1

Brant, R.J.

3,

2,

1

Brien, Henry August

2,

1,

4

Brien, John

2,

1,

3;

3,

2,

1

Brien, John B.

3,

2,

1

Brien, John McPherson

2,

3,

1

Brien, Luke Tiernan

3,

2,

1

Brien Family Papers

3,

2,

1

Camp Thomas

1,

1,

7

Camp Worman

1,

1,

7

Catoctin Furnace

3,

2,

1

Clarke, Daniel

3,

2,

4

Clarke, Jas.C.

1,

1,

1

Cronise (Cronice) George

2,

2,

2

Cronise Family Papers

2,

2,

2

Cronise, Jacob

2,

2,

3

Cronise, William M.

2,

2,

2-3

Cunningham, Benjamin Amos

3,

1,

1

Benjamin Amos Cunningham Papers,

3,

1,

1-4

Dennis, Col.George A.

1,

1,

1

Drew, Benjamin

3,

3,

8

Geo. A. Dennis Papers

1,

1,

1

Dulany, Daniel

3,

2,

3

Dulany Family Papers

3,

2,

3

Dulany House

3,

2,

3

Evans, Oliver

2,

1,

1

Foster, John W.

2,

2,

1

Frederick City Packing

3,

2,

9

Friold, William

3,

3,

3

Genealogy Cronise

2,

2,

2

Genealogy Johnson

2,

2,

4

Genealogy Schley

3,

2,

5

Genealogy Taney

1,

2,

5

Genealogy Tyler

1,

1,

2

Gibson, John

1,

2,

1

Gilmor, Rob.

3,

2,

2

Gibson, William

1,

2,

3

Gobright, L.A.

3,

2,

7

Harpers Ferry

1,

1,

6

Hamilton, William J.

3,

2,

1

Harman, John F.

2,

2,

3

Harman, William Gray

2,

2,

2

Hobbs, Lucy

3,

3,

6

Hugg, Benjamin

3,

3,

1

Insurance Companies

2,

2,

5

Johnson, Thomas

2,

1,

5;

2,

2,

4

Johnson, Dr.Wm.C.

2,

2,

4

Johnson Worthington R.

2,

2,

5

Thomas Johnson Papers

2,

2,

4

Kennedy, John P.

1,

1,

3

Key, Anne A.R.

1,

2,

4

Key, Ann Phoebe

1,

2,

9

Key, Francis (Philip)

1,

2,

4

Key, John Ross

1,

2,

3;

1,

2,

8

Key, Philip Barton

1,

2,

7

Knox, Samuel

3,

2,

4

Latrobe, John B.

1,

1,

3

Lipps, J.C.C.

3,

3,

11

Low, William

3,

3,

4

Lutheran Church

3,

2,

6

Main Family

3,

3,

10

Markell, Charles F.

2,

2,

1

Markell, Conrad (Markle)

2,

2,

1

Markell Family Papers

2,

2,

1

Markell, Jacob

2,

2,

1

Markell, John

2,

2,

1

Markell, William

2,

2,

1

Maynardier, Elizabeth

1,

2,

8;

1,

2,

10;

1,

2,

12

McPherson, Alexander

2,

1,

1

McPherson, Edward

2,

1,

2

McPherson, Col.John Sr.

2,

1,

1;

2,

1,

6

McPherson, Col.John Jr.

2,

1,

1;

2,

2,

4-5;

3,

2,

2;

3,

2,

4

Col.John McPherson Papers

2,

1,

1-6

McPherson, Robert

2,

1,

1

Machale, Benajmin

2,

3,

6

Martin, Luther Esq.

3,

3,

7

Marshall, R.H.

3,

2,

2

Maulsby, William P.

1,

1,

6;

1,

1,

10;

2,

1,

5

Mercer, C.V.

1,

1,

4

Murdock, George

2,

3,

1

Murdock, William

2,

3,

4;

2,

3,

6

William P. Maulsby Papers

1,

1,

6-10

Naturalization

2,

1,

5;

2,

2,

2

Ogle

2,

1,

2

Patents

2,

1,

1

Pearce, Rebecca

3,

3,

1

Potomac Home Brigade

1,

1,

1;

1,

1,

6;

1,

1,

9;

2,

2,

2

Potts, Ann

2,

3,

8

Potts, Eleanor

2,

3,

8

Potts, Mrs. George

3,

2,

4

Potts, John L.

2,

1,

3

Potts, Mary J.F.

2,

2,

5

Potts, Richard

2,

3,

1-7;

2,

2,

5

Potts, Sarah

2,

3,

2-3

Potts, William

1,

1,

3;

2,

3,

1-7

Potts Family Papers

2,

3,

1-7

Ray, William S.

3,

3,

12

Riddle, James

2,

1,

3

Ritchie, Judge Albert

1,

1,

10

Ross, John

1,

2,

1-2

Ross, W.J.

3,

2,

1-2

Russell, James

2,

3,

3

Schley Family Papers

3,

2,

4-5

Schley, Capt.George Jacob

3,

2,

4

Schley, Jacob

3,

2,

3

Schley, John

3,

2,

4-5

Schley, Wm.

2,

1,

5

Slaves

1,

2,

4;

2,

1,

2-4;

3,

3,

2;

3,

3,

8

Smith, Jas.

3,

3,

2

Taney, Anne

1,

2,

11

Taney, Roger Brooke

1,

2,

13-14

Roger Brooke Taney Papers

1,

2,

1-15

Thomas, Francis,

1,

1,

8

Transportation of troops

1,

1,

1

Travels

1,

1,

5;

2,

2,

3;

3,

1,

3

Turnpikes

2,

1,

2-3

Tyler Family Papers

1,

1,

1-5

Tyler, Dr. William Bradley

1,

1,

1;

2,

3;

1

Tyler, Maria

1,

1,

1;

1,

1,

5

Warfield, Henry R.

2,

1,

4

Washington, George

2,

2,

4

Wightman, Isabel

3,

1,

3

Williams, Elie

2,

1,

3

Winebrenner & Ross

3,

2,

3

Wood, Elizabeth

3,

3,

3

REEL # 1

Target # 1; Record of foreign and coastwise arrivals and clearances, 1808, 1809, 1811, 1815 - 1830 (Baltimore).

This record gives the vessels name, rig, tonnage, home port, owner's nationality, master's name, date of entrance, port from whence came, date of clearance and port to which destined. There are occasional remarks, chiefly name changes. Each year, the vessel names are grouped alphabetically and then all vessels with the same initial letter are further arranged chronologically.

1808, 1809, 1811 are all complete.

1815 is missing the page giving vessels beginning with “A”.

1816, 1817 are all complete, but the latter is 25% illegible.

1818 is missing the destination pages for “A” vessels and for “F” vessels; also the name pages for “B” vessels and for “G” vessels.

1819, 1821 are complete but 1820 is entirely missing.

1822 is largely uncollated. SEE SPECIAL COLLATING SHEET.

1823, 1826 are entirely missing but 1824, 1825 are all complete, but the latter is 50% illegible.

1827, 1829 are all complete but 1828 is entirely missing.

1830 is largely uncollated. SEE SPECIAL COLLATING SHEET

REEL #1

Target # 2; Record of Tonnage Duty, March 1817 - March 1831 (Baltimore).

This record gives the vessel's name, rig, master's name, vessel's nationality, date of entrance, port from whence came, tonnage and duty assessed. The record begins 8 November, 1817 until 27 September, 1825 at which time it is continued on Reel #2.

1493 OR

REEL # 2

Target # 2; Continued. Same title and information as in record above.

This part of this record begins 1 January, 1825 until 31 March 1831. Note that 75% of the year 1825 is duplicated between the end of reel 1. and the beginning of reel 2. This is NOT a duplication in filming but two actual duplicate records kept in two different manuscripts.

1494

REEL # 2

Target #3; Record of foreign arrivals, August 1827 - December 1835 (Baltimore)

This record gives the vessel's name, rig, tonnage, home port, master, date of entrance, port from whence came, and cargo in general. There ARE two columns marked officer and warrant officer, the latter rarely used. A careful inspection of the names listed leads one to the conclusion that these were not ship's officers but either merchant consignees or shipowners. The record begins 2 August 1827 until 4 March 1836. After 17 October, 1832 the warrant officer column is no longer used for that purpose but records the number of passengers, if any, both adult and infant.

1494

REEL # 2

Target # 4; Record of foreign and coastwise entrances, April 1791 - September, 1798 (Baltimore).

This record gives the vessel's name, rig, master, the vessel's nationality, date of entrance, port from whence came, port to which destined, tonnage and duty assessed. The record begins on 1 April, 1791 until 29 September, 1798.

1494

COLLATING SCHEME FOR TARGET 1.; year 1822 and year 1830.

The pages of the manuscript for these years are unnumbered and therefore will be identified as follows; All pages bearing a list of ships names will be referred To as page 1. prefixed by the initial letter of the list of ships names appearing thereon.

All pages without a list of vessel names and giving only origin and destination information will be referred to as page 2. prefixed by the initial letter of list of ships names on the apparent pared page. Note that these are apparent pairs because of their spatial relationship but are not actual pairs based on the information they contain.

CONTENTS

MS 2436 George Harrison Papers, ca.1932-1954

POEMS

A Glorious Adeventure And The Ark And The Dove

A Toast

Afterward

Adventure On The Rail

Back Yards And Backsides

Beauty

Blessing Verses

Blue Bird And Man

Bottom Of The Deep Blue Sea

By The Deep Sea

Christmastide

The Spirit Of Elizabeth The Great

Every Man's House is His Castle

Forward

God's Way

Had Old Ponce

Home

How Small We Be

I Have Done My Bit

If One Should Read

Immortality

In Our Time Of Need

Log Hall

Long Ago

Many Thoughts In Many Moods

Misfits

Music Of The Spheres (Shakespear)

My New Gown

Ode To Il Furioso

Old Beau And The Lily

Old England

One Of Them

Other Words Than Ours

WRITINGS

A Drunken Tale

A Benign Old Locust

Sharlotte Hall School

Editorials (Letters To The Editor)

Henry VIII

Josuah Barney

Key And The Flag

Mandus

Noles

Oh, Fools

Prayer

Questions Of Immortality

Reflections Of Twenty-Eight Years Of Teaching

Richard Mareen Duvall

Sacco-Vansetti, Al Smith, Et al.

The Old Home /The Trunk

Thought On Youth

Tinker Fink

To Times

When Everybody Laughed

Writings on Solar System, Astrology, with Charts.

MISCELLANEOUS

Miserere

Opportunity

Habit

Savings

Our Flag

Our Fathers

Porcine

Soon As The Evening

Stories Of The Old Home

The Bahamas

The Devil's Visit To Berlin

The Hymn Of Hate

The Little Brown Eyed Maiden

The Old Home

The Moral

The Romance Of Coole Spring

The Star Waltz

The Storm King

The Wild Rose Of The Valley

The Wind Song

The Names

Things To Come

This Tiny Bell

Tip-pi-ty Toes

Tis Sweet; Tis Sweeter; Tis Sweetest Of All

To Babe

To Baby Louise

To Eleanor

To Fletcher

To Gertrude (1942)

To Gertrude (1923)

Washington Hill In Baltimore Town

Wedding Bells

When I Am Called

When I Was Young

When Pershing And His Men Sailed Away

Who Has “Old Beau?”

Woodland Voices

Yesterday And Tomorrow

Your Health

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