James [Teackle] Dennis Collection, 1651-1917, MS. 233

James [Teackle] Dennis Collection, 1651-1917
Maryland Historical Society

 
  

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James [Teackle] Dennis Collection, 1651-1917
Maryland Historical Society

Contact Information:
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Maryland Historical Society Library
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Baltimore MD 21201-4674
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Descriptive Summary

JAMES [TEACKLE] DENNIS COLLECTION

MS. 233

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

by

Melinda K. Friend

7 June 1990

 


Biographical Sketch of James [Teackle]Dennis

James Teackle Dennis was born 6 October 1865 to James Upshur Dennis, a Somerset County, Maryland lawyer, and his second wife Mary Wilson (Teackle) Dennis. Educated at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, Dennis became an attorney and for a short time served as the State's Attorney of Somerset County, Maryland, leaving that office to return to private practice.

He became interested in Egyptology and according to Who Was Who in Egyptology, Dennis travelled to Egypt in 1903-04 and 1905-06 as Henri Edouard Naville's volunteer assistant at Deir el-Bahri, a excavation sponsored by the Egypt Exploration Fund. In addition, Dennis travelled with his wife throughout Europe most notably to England, Italy and France as well as to Turkey in 1895. Furthermore, he was a member of the University Club located in Baltimore and an autograph collector.

About 1892 James married Ida Lee Wade daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wade of Baltimore, formerly of Bedford, Virginia. There were no children of that union. Mr. Dennis died 31 March 1918 at his home, Tyrconnell, at Woodbrook.


Scope and Content

The James T[eackle] Dennis Collection spans the years 1651-1917. Box One consists of Mr. Dennis' collection of autographs and the general correspondence, 1768-1913. These autographs and autographed letters were written by contemporary and historical persons, mostly congressmen, representatives, senators, judges, and governors from Maryland. Other famous persons included in the collection are governors of various states, Revolutionary War dignitaries, Civil War combatants, United States presidents, French painters, and many other prominent men of the time. Some autographed letters also have contextual value such as the letter from H[enry] Knox to General Richard Butler dated 1787 discussing Knox's idea of holding a general council of Indians. Letters from 1774, 1815, and 1854 cover slaves and the institution of slavery. In addition, the 1854 document mentions the Kansas-Nebraska bill. Fluctuations in the tobacco market are discussed in the correspondence from J[ohn] H[oskins] Stone to Andrew Buchanan, 1972, and in the letter written by Tho[ma]s Swann, 1834. Finally, an import slip signed by P[eter] Muhlenberg for Colmarna wine, a Colmar being a type of pear, provides information on the wine trade of 1802. In the general correspondence are letters to Mrs. William W. Spence, Jr. from Francis Hopkinson Smith and letters written to Mrs. Spence's sister, Mrs. Ida W. Dennis, and other persons.

Box Two contains correspondence written to James Teackle Dennis, 1880-1917, n.y., n.d.; James Upshur Dennis, 1867-91; Robert Franklin Bratton, 1888, 1891; Reverend Franklin Wilson, 1862-92; and John Appleton Wilson, 1892-93. James Teackle Dennis' letters consist of replys to his requests for autographs; dialogue with his fellow Egyptologists concerning excavations, hieroglyphics, publication of articles, and European travel; and a letter dated 1899 from Henry Page who was fighting in the Spanish-American War. The general topics for the other correspondence include political appointments and nominations; compensation for slaves; the deeding of the streets, lanes, and alleys on the Edmondson Estate by Mr. Latrobe to the City of Baltimore; architectural books; and the problem of Roman fever when visiting Rome, Italy.

The remainder of Box Two and the Oversize File contain land records dating 1651-1831, n.d. These deeds and grants are for land that was directly deeded to or became the property of the Dennis family. A majority of the land was located in Somerset and Worcester Counties, Maryland while a small portion was in Accomack County, Virginia. Included in the Oversize File also is a contemporary copy of a Maryland Act of Assembly, 1786, and passports dated 1895 and 1914 for James Teackle Dennis and his wife, Ida.



Container List

 

BOX 1

Autographs and General Correspondence, 1768-1913; n.y.; n.d.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Autographs--signature only, n.d.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Notes, Receipts, etc., n.d.

 

 

 

Facsimiles, v.d.

 

 

 

BOX 2

Correspondence to James Teackle Dennis, 1880-1917; n.y.; n.d.

 

 

 

Correspondence to James Upshur Dennis, 1867-91; n.y.

 

 

 

Correspondence to Reverend Franklin Wilson, 1862-92

 

 

 

Correspondence to John Appleton Wilson, 1892-93

 

 

 

Correspondence to Robert Franklin Bratton, 1888, 1891

 

 

 

Land grants and deeds, 1651-1831; n.d.

 

 

 

OVERSIZE

Land deeds and grants

 

 

Calvert, Cecil to Robert Houstone for Assurance, 1671

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to William Stevens for Line Lott, 1676

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to Benjamin Cottman for Cottman's Point, 1681

 

 

 

Jenkins, Mary to Samuel L. Marchment for Convenience, 1710

 

 

 

Brittingham, John to William Brittingham for Williams Desire, 1711

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to Samuell Hunter for Hunters Forrest, 1718

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to Jonathan Tipton for Selsed, 1727

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to Abraham Whiteacre for Whiteacres Lott, 1729

 

 

 

Wharton, William to William Brazier for Wharton, 1731

 

 

 

Marchment William and Sarah to Robert Jenckins Henry for Conveniency, 1734

 

 

 

Calvert, Charles to William Wilson for The Long Valley, 1742

 

 

 

Calvert, Frederick to Isaac Merrell for Merrells Good Will, 1753

 

 

 

Harford, Henry to Simpson Merrill for Merrills Conclusion, 1754

 

 

 

Calvert, Frederick to Littleton Dennis for Black Acre, 1754

 

 

 

Brittingham, Levi to Littleton Dennis for Corely, 1755

 

 

 

Ramsey, Wilbourn to Littleton Dennis for Carters Lott, 1758

 

 

 

Calvert, Frederick to Littleton Dennis for Smiths Chance, 1758

 

 

 

Calvert, Frederick to Benjamin Cottman for Cottman's Freehold, 1762

 

 

 

Merrill, Jacob to Littleton Dennis for Littletown, 1764

 

 

 

Brittingham, Nathaniel to Littleton Dennis for Carters Lott, 1765

 

 

 

Fairfax, Lord Thomas to George Mason, 1767

 

 

 

Calvert, Frederick to Littleton Dennis for Pittsborough, 1769

 

 

 

Merrill, Simpson to Littleton Dennis for Merrills Priviledge and Delight, 1773

 

 

 

Harford, Henry to Daniel Cresap for Indian Purchase, 1774

 

 

 

Resurvey of Dennis's Union, 1799

 

 

 

State of Maryland to John Dennis for Dennis's Union, 1800

 

 

 

State of Maryland to Robert Peter for Carderrock, 1802

 

 

 

Knox, George and Hetty to Thomas Merrill for Aracoco and Pittsborough, 1803

 

 

 

Henry, Robert Jenckins to Littleton Dennis, Sen[io]r for Conveniency, 1806

 

 

 

Dennis, John and Elinor to Littleton Dennis, 1806

 

 

 

Dennis, John to Littleton Dennis, Sen[io]r for Pocomoke Plantation, 1806

 

 

 

 

Other items

 

 

1786 Act of Maryland Assembly (contemporary copy)

 

 

 

1895 Passport for James Teackle Dennis and wife

 

 

 

1914 Passport for James Teackle and Ida W. Dennis



List of Autographs and Correspondents

Allen, Ethan A., fl. 1852

 

Alvey, R[ichard] H[enry], fl. 1888

 

Archer, Stevenson, fl. 1841

 

Austin, Ben W., fl. 1892

 

Aycock, Charles B[rantley], fl. 1903

 

Barber, E[dwin] A[tlee], fl. [18]85

 

Barnard, E[dward] E[merson], fl. 1893

 

Barnes, Rich[ar]d, fl. 1782

 

Bayley, J[ames] Roosevelt, fl. 1876

 

Bell, Alexander Graham, fl. 1888

 

Berrien, [John] Macpherson, fl. [18]53

 

Biggs, B[enjamin] T., fl. 1890

 

Bislesi,__________, n.d.

 

Bissell, Geo[rge] E[dwin], fl. 1895, 1899

 

Blair, Montgomery, fl. [18]79

 

Bonaparte, J[erome] N[apoleon], fl. 1822

 

Boni, C., n.y.

 

Bonnat, L[eo]n [Joseph Florentin], fl. 1895

 

Bowie, Oden, fl. 1888

 

Bowie, Rich[ar]d J[ohns], fl. [18]52

 

Bowie, Rob[er]t, fl. 1812

 

Breasted, James Henry, fl. 1900

 

Briscoe, John P., fl. 1913, 1915

 

Brown, Frank, fl. 1891

 

Budge, E[rnest] A[lfred] [Thompson] Wallis, fl. 1899

 

Burgwyn, W[illia]m H. S., fl. [18]88

 

Burr, A[aron], fl. 1804

 

Burritt, Elihu, fl. 1862

 

Calvert, Bened[ic]t, fl. 1773

 

Carmichael, Rich[ar]d B[e]n[ne]tt, fl. 1876

 

Carroll, Ch[arles] of Carrollton, fl. 1823

 

Carroll, Thomas King, fl. 1852

 

Carter, Bernard, fl. 1892

 

Carter, Jesse Benedict, fl. 1912

 

Catron, John, n.d.

 

Chaille-Long, Ch[arles], fl.1899, 1903-04, 1911, 1916, 1917

 

Chambers, E[zekiel] F[orman], fl. 1828

 

Clark, [Sir] C[aspar] Purdon, fl. 1908

 

Closson, W[illia]m B., fl. 1913, n.d.

 

Coke, Richard, fl. 1890

 

Cook, Dr. F[rederick] A., fl. 1891

 

Cragin, [Dr.] E. B., fl. 1910

 

Crisfield, J[ohn] W[oodland], fl. 1884

 

Crouch, F[rederick] [William] Nicholls, fl. [18]88

 

Currelly, C[harles] T[rick], n.d.

 

Curtis, B[enjamin] R[obbins], n.d.

 

Cushing, Frank Hamilton, fl. 1900

 

Cuyler, Rev. Theo[dore] L[edyard], fl. [18]88

 

Dallas, G[eorge] M[ifflin], n.d.

 

Dana, James D[wight], fl. 1880

 

Danforth, Elliot, fl. 1894

 

Daniel, Peter V., n.d.

 

Daniel, W[illia]m, fl. [18]88

 

Davis, David, fl. 1882

 

Davis, H[enry] Winter, fl. [18]53

 

Davis, Noah K[nowles], fl. [18]76

 

Davis, Theo[dore] M., fl. 1894

 

Deiher, F. A., fl. 1912

 

Dennis, Geo[rge] R[obertson], fl. 1879

 

Dennis, J[ames] Upshur, n.y. May 9

 

Dennis, John, fl. 1794, [ca. 1797-1804]

 

Denny, J[ames] W[illia]m, fl. 1902

 

Du Chaillu, Paul [Beloni], fl. 1900

 

Dulaney, Dan[ie]l, fl. 1770

 

Dussauce, Professor H., fl. 1867

 

Duvall, G[abriel], fl. 1815

 

Ellis, Tristam, fl. [18]96, 1898, [18]99

 

Erman, [Jean Pierre] Ad[olphe], fl. 1901

 

Everett, Edward, fl. 1854

 

Fearn, J[ohn] Walker, fl. [18]96

 

Fisher, William, A., fl. 1892

 

Fleming, F[rancis] P., fl. 1890

 

Ford, J. T., fl. [18]68

 

Gibbons, J[ames] Card[inal], n.y. June 29

 

Gibson, Char[le]s H[opper], fl. 1890

 

Gildersleeve, B[asil] L[anneau], fl. 1901

 

Gilmor, Rob[ert], fl. 1891

 

Gist, Mordecai, fl. 1774

 

Goldsborough, C[harles], fl. 1813

 

Goldsborough, P[hillips] L[ee], fl. 1911

 

Goldsborough, Rob[er]t H[enry], fl. 1813

 

Gorman, A[rthur] P[ue], fl. 1892

 

Graham, Robert P[atterson], fl. 1912

 

Grason, W[illia]m, fl. 1841

 

Greeley, Horace, fl. [18]59

 

Grenfell, B[ernard] P[yne], fl. 1908

 

Gresham, W[alter] Q[unitin], fl. 1895 (oversize)

 

Grier, R[obert] C[ooper], n.d.

 

Griffith, F[rancis] Llwewllyn], fl. 1904

 

Grundy, Felix, fl. 1836

 

Hall, H[enry] R[eginald] [Holland], fl. 1905

 

Hambleton, Sam[uel], fl. 1869

 

Hampton, Rich[ar]d, n.d.

 

Hampton, W[ade], fl. 1813

 

Hand, E[], fl. 1784

 

Handy, Levin Irving, fl. 1897

 

Harper, Robert Francis, fl. 1904

 

Harris, W[illiam] T[orrey], fl. 1893

 

Harrison, Benj[amin], fl. 1782

 

Haupt, Paul, fl. 1898, 1899, n.y.

 

Haymerle, [Heinrich Carl?] Fr[eiherr], n.d.

 

Henry, Daniel Maynadier, fl. 187[7?]

 

Henry, Jo[h]n, fl. 1793

 

Herbert, H[ilary] A[bner], fl. 1893

 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, fl. 1903

 

Houston, Sam, fl. 1855 (missing 5/1990)

 

Howard, George, fl. 1823

 

Howard, J[ames], fl. 1890

 

Howard, J[ohn] E[ager], fl. 1791

 

Howell, Joseph, fl. 1794

 

Hughes, Charles E[vans], fl. 1911

 

Huntington, Eben[ezer], fl. 1827

 

Irving, L[evin] T[homas] H[andy], fl. 1865

 

Jackson, A[braham] V[alentine] Williams, fl. 1901

 

Jackson, C[laiborne] F., fl. 1843

 

Jackson, E[lihu] E[mory], fl. 1890, [18]91, 1892

 

Jackson, Sheldon, fl. 189[8 or 2]

 

Jastrow, Morris, Jr., fl. 1903

 

Jeter, J[eremiah] B[ell], fl. 1874

 

Johnson, J[ohn], fl. 1782

 

Johnson, Jo[h]n M., n.y. November 18

 

Johnson, Jo[h]n, fl. 1821

 

Johnson, Reverdy, fl. 184[9?], 1867

 

Jones, Arnold E., n.d.

 

Jones, Isaac D[ashiell], fl. 1868

 

Jones, J[ohn] W[illiam], fl. [18]90

 

Kelly, H[oward] A., fl. 1906

 

Kennedy, John P[endleton], fl. 1838

 

Kent, Jos[eph], fl. 1828

 

Kerr, John B[ozman], fl. 1854

 

Kerr, John Leeds, fl. 1841

 

Key, F[rancis] S[cott], fl. 1841

 

Key, Philip B[arton], fl. 1810

 

Knox, H[enry], fl. 1787

 

Kunz, George (F.?), fl. 1907

 

L'Estrange, Val[], fl. 1912

 

Latrobe, Ferdinand C[laiborne], fl. [18]91

 

LeCompte, E[dward] W., fl. 1890

 

Lee, H., fl. 1782

 

Lee, Richard Henry, n.y. March 10

 

Lee, Tho[ma]s S[im], fl. 1794

 

Ligon, T[homas] Watkins, fl. 1857

 

Lincoln, B[], fl. 1801

 

Lloyd, Edw[ard], fl. 1824

 

Lloyd, James, fl. [18]20

 

Lowe, E[noch] Louis, fl. 1854

 

Lowndes, Lloyd, fl. 1896-98

 

Lythgoe, A[lbert] M[orton], fl. 1904

 

Mahool, J[ohn] Barry, fl. 1911

 

Marshall, J[ohn], fl. 1800

 

Martin, Alex[ande]r, fl. 1801

 

Martin, Luther, fl. 1803

 

Maspero, G[aston] [Camille Charles], fl. 1899, 1902,1904-05

 

McBurney, Charles M., n.y. November 28

 

McElroy, [J. M.], n.d.

 

McGuire, Hunter, fl. 1893

 

McHenry, James, fl. 1798

 

McLean, John, n.d.

 

Melville, Geo[rge] W[allace], fl. 1887

 

Mendenhall, T[homas] C[orwin], fl. 1892

 

Miller, Joaquin, n.d.

 

Miller, William, fl. 1888

 

Milne, John, fl. 1898

 

Mitchell, [Dr. S.] Weir, fl. 1910

 

Morris, Robert, fl. 1781

 

Muhlenberg, P[eter], fl. 1802

 

Muller, W[ilhelm] Max, fl. 1901

 

Murray, W[illiam] V[ans], n.d.

 

Naville, Ed[ouard], fl. 1905, 1906, 1910, n.y. October 27

 

Nelson, Samuel, n.d.

 

Nicholson, Joseph H[opper], fl. 1806

 

Nicola, Col[onel] Lewis, fl. 1781

 

Offord, Joseph, fl. 1904, 1913

 

Ogle, Ben[jamin], fl. [17]86

 

Page, Henry, fl. 1892, [18]99

 

Page, Walter Hines, fl. 1914 (oversize)

 

Pattison, Rob[er]t E[mory], fl. 1890

 

Patton, F[rancis] Landey, fl. 1901

 

Petrie, W[illia]m M[atthew] Flinders, fl. 1903-1915, n.d.

 

Pilkington, Ernest, fl. 1912

 

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, fl. 1800

 

Pinkney, W[illiam], fl. 1819

 

Poe, John Prentiss, fl. 1888

 

Poller, James, fl. [17]85

 

Potter, James, fl. [17]85

 

Pratt, Enoch, fl. 1891

 

Pratt, Thomas G[eorge], fl. 1852

 

Price, Ira M., fl. 1901

 

Quibell, J[ames] E[dward], fl. [19]04

 

Randall, James R[yder], fl. 1887

 

Rayner, I[sidor], fl. 1892

 

Remsen, Ira, fl. 1903, 1906, 1909, [19]11-12

 

Ricaud, J[ames] B[arroll], fl. 1849

 

Ridgley, C[harles] [Carnan] of Hampton, fl. 1826

 

Ridout, John, fl. 1773

 

Robinson, Charles, n.y. Dec[ember] 27

 

Ross, Duncan C., fl. [18]88

 

Russum, George M., fl. 1878

 

Sayce, A[rchibald] H[enry], fl. 1908-09

 

Seddon, Ja[me]s A[lexander], [Jr.], fl. [18]87

 

Seth, Joseph B., fl. 1891

 

Shiras, George, Jr., fl. 1892

 

Shryock, T[homas] J[acob], fl. 1889

 

Smith, [Francis] Hopkinson, fl. [190]9

 

Smith, John Walter, fl. 1912

 

Smith, R[ober]t, fl. 1801

 

Smith, S[amuel], fl. 1824

 

Smith, Truman, fl. 1853

 

Spence, John S., fl. 1839

 

Spencer, W. A., fl. 1855

 

Spinner, F[rancis] E[lias], fl. 1889

 

Sprigg, Sam[ue]l, fl. 1820

 

Stake, Edward, fl. 1891

 

Stanford, H[enry] L. D., fl. 1912

 

Steindorff, Georg, fl. 1901

 

Stevens, Samuel, Jr., fl. 1823

 

Stockbridge, H[enry], fl. 1881

 

Stone, J[ohn] H[oskins], fl. 1792

 

Stone, J[ohn] M[arshall], fl. 1892

 

Sutphen, Dr. Morris C., d. 1901

 

Sutphen, W. G. van Tassel, fl. 1901

 

Swann, Tho[ma]s, fl. 1834

 

Swayne, N[oah] H[aynes], fl. [18]79

 

T[ilghman], Mat[thew], 1783

 

Talbott, J[oshua] Fred[erick] C[ockey], fl. 1914

 

Taney, R[oger] B[rooke], n.d.

 

Tasker, Benjamin, fl. 1768

 

Terrell, A[lexander] W[atkins], fl. [18]96

 

Thayer, Dr. W[illiam] S., fl. 1905

 

Thomas, James, fl. 1834

 

Thomas, Philip F[rancis], fl. 18[6?]5 (see Spencer, 1855)

 

Tissot, James, fl. 1900

 

Todd, Thomas, 1817

 

Tompkins, Daniel D., fl. 1812

 

Trippe, A[ndrew] C[ross], fl. 1914

 

Tryon, J. R., fl. 1893

 

Tyndale, Walter, fl., 1907-09, 1911-12, n.y.

 

Veazey, Tho[mas] W[ard], fl. 1838

 

Verne, Jules, fl. [18]87

 

Vickers, George, fl. 1868

 

Vignaud, Henry, fl. 1899

 

Wallis, S[evern] Teackle, fl. 1887

 

Ward, John, fl. 1905

 

Warfield, Edwin, fl. 1904

 

Washington, Bush[rod], fl. 1824

 

Webster, Edwin H[anson], fl. 1890

 

White, And[rew] D[ickson], fl. 1872

 

Wilson, E[phraim] K[ing], fl. 1890

 

Wilson, Francis, fl. 1903

 

Wilson, L. A., fl. 1898

 

Wilson, W[illia]m L[yne], fl. 1893

 

Wilson, Woodrow, fl. 1912

 

Winder, Ch[arles] H., fl. 1842

 

Winder, Lev[in], fl. 1813

 

Winslow, W[illia]m C[opley], fl. 1900

 

Wirt, W[illia]m, fl. 1821

 

Wright, Robert, fl. 1821

 

Yates, Rich[ar]d, fl. 1854

 

 

TRACINGS

Akam, 1745

 

Aracoco, 1802, 1803

 

Archaeology--Egypt, 1898-1917, n.y., n.d.

 

Arrocor, 1665

 

Assurance, 1671

 

Autograph Collection, 1768-1917

 

Autographs, 1768-1917

 

Beckford, 1697, 1698

 

Black Acre, 1754

 

Bolton, 1659

 

Bratton, Robert Franklin, 1845-1894

 

Brazier, William, fl. 1731

 

Brittingham, John, fl. 1711

 

Brittingham, Levi, fl. 1755

 

Brittingham, Nathaniel, fl. 1765

 

Brittingham, William, fl. 1711

 

Calvert, Cecil, fl. 1651, 1659, 1665, 1671

 

Calvert, Charles, fl. 1676, 1681

 

Calvert, Charles, fl. 1718, 1727, 1729, 1742

 

Calvert, Frederick, fl. 1753-54, 1758, 1762, 1769

 

Carderrock, 1802

 

Carter, George, fl. 1674

 

Carters Lot, 1674

 

Carters Lott, 1758, 1765

 

Cattle breeding, 1826

 

Chase, Samuel, fl. 1804

 

Clubs--Baltimore, 1890s-1910s

 

Convenience, 1710

 

Conveniency, 1734, 1806

 

Corely, 1755

 

Cottman's Freehold, 1762

 

Cottman's Point, 1681

 

Cottman, Benjamin, fl. 1681

 

Cottman, Benjamin, fl. 1762

 

Crespa, Deniel, fl. 1774

 

Delight, 1773

 

Dennis's Union, 1799, 1800

 

Dennis, Elinor, fl. 1806

 

Dennis, Ida Wade, 1868-1952

 

Dennis, James Teackle, 1865-1918

 

Dennis, James Upshur, 1823-1900

 

Dennis, John U[pshur], fl. 1823

 

Dennis, John W., fl. 1831

 

Dennis, John, fl. 1800

 

Dennis, Littleton, fl. 1754-1806

 

Dennis, Littleton, Jr. (of Henry), fl. 1806

 

Dennis, Littleton Purnell, fl. 1813

 

Dennis, Littleton, Sen[io]r, fl. 1806, 1813

 

Dennis, Littleton W., 1831

 

Dent, Peter, fl. 1697, 1698

 

Dickerson, Thomas, fl. 1823

 

Dred Scott Case, n.d.

 

Edmondson Estate, [18]68

 

Egypt--Archaeology, 1898-1917, n.y., n.d.

 

Egypt--Description and Travel, 1894-1915, n.y., n.d.

 

Egypt Exploration Fund, 1900-1906

 

Egyptology, 1898-1917, n.y., n.d.

 

Europe--Description and Travel, 1874, 1894-1915, n.y., n.d.

 

Fairfax, Lord Thomas, fl. 1767

 

Fairfax, W., fl. 1751

 

Frederick County, Md.--Land, 17th-19th centuries

 

Gale, George, fl. 1745

 

Gale, Matthias, fl. 1745

 

Gerrard, Thomas, fl. 1651

 

Harford, Henry, fl. 1754, 1774

 

Henrey, John, fl. 1714

 

Henry, John, n.d.

 

Henry, Robert Jenckins, fl. 1734, 1806

 

High Land, 1714, n.d.

 

Hill, Francis, fl. 1665

 

Houstone, Robert, fl. 1671

 

Howard, Edmond, fl. 1697, 1698

 

Howard, Margaret, fl. 1697, 1698

 

Hunter, Samuell, fl. 1718

 

Hunters Forrest, 1718

 

Indian affairs, 1787

 

Indian Purchase, 1774

 

Indians--Economic conditions, 1787

 

Indians--Government relations, 1787

 

Industry--schooner, 1773

 

Jenkins, Mary, fl. 1710

 

[Kansas]-Nebraska bill, 1854

 

Kell, [Thomas], n.d.

 

Knox, George, fl. 1803

 

Knox, Hetty, fl. 1803

 

Land--Frederick County, Md., 17th-19th centuries

 

Land--Somerset County, Md., 17th-19th centuries

 

Land-Virginia, 17th-19th centuries

 

Land--Worcester County, Md., 17th-19th centuries

 

Line Lott, 1676

 

Little, 1665

 

Littletown, 1764

 

Lloyd, Richard, fl. 1665

 

L[l]oyds Grove, 1665

 

Long Valley', 1742

 

Marchment, Samuel L., fl. 1710

 

Marchment, Sarah, fl. 1734

 

Marchment, William, fl. 1734

 

Mason, George, fl. 1767

 

Merrel, Thomas, fl. 1665

 

Merrell, Isaac, fl. 1753

 

Merrells Good Will, 1753

 

Merrill's Conclusion, 1754, 1813

 

Merrill's Priviledge, 1773, 1813

 

Merrill, Jacob, fl. 1764

 

Merrill, Simpson, fl. 1754, 1773

 

Merrill, Thomas, fl. 1802, 1803

 

Oriental Exploration Fund, 1904

 

Oriental Institute, 1900

 

Peter, Robert, fl. 1802

 

Phillippine Islands--Spanish-American War, 1899

 

Pittsborough, 1769, 1803

 

Pittsborough Correct, 1813

 

Pocomoke Plantation, 1806

 

Public opinion--Md., 1806

 

Rachel--ship, 1803

 

Ramsey, Wilbourn, fl. 1758

 

Robertson, James, fl. 1745

 

Rutherford, Robert, fl. 1751

 

Selsed, 1727

 

Skinner, Andrew, fl. 1665

 

Slavery, 1854, 1862

 

Slaves and Slavery, 1774, 1815, 1854, 1862

 

Slaves, 1774, 1815, 1862

 

Smiths Chance, 1758

 

Somerset County, Md.--Land, 17th-19th centuries

 

Spanish-American War--Phillippine Islands, 1899

 

Spencer, Nicholas, fl. 1659

 

Stanley, Hugh, fl. 1663

 

Stevens, William, fl. 1676

 

Stocks--United States, 1806

 

Timber Neck, 1665

 

Tipton, Jonathan, fl. 1727

 

Tobacco--Growing, 1792

 

Tobacco--Investments, 1792

 

Tobacco--Prices, 1834

 

University Club, 1890s-1910s

 

Virginia--Land, 17th-19th centuries

 

Wharton, 1731

 

Wharton, William, fl. 1731

 

Whiteacre, Abraham, fl. 1729

 

Whiteacres Lott, 1729

 

Whittington, J. William, fl. 1714

 

Williams Desire, 1711, 1823

 

Wilson, Franklin, 1822-1896

 

Wilson, John Appleton, 1851-1927

 

Wilson, William, fl. 1742

 

Wine--Industry and trade, 1802

 

Worcester County, Md.--Land, 17th-19th centuries

 

Wright, Richard, fl. 1659

 

 

 

 

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