Pinkney Papers, 1796-1926, MS 1388

Pinkney Papers, 1796-1926


Maryland Historical Society
 

  

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Pinkney Papers, 1796-1926
Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

Pinkney Papers, 1796-1926

MS 1388

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Provenance

From Mrs. Henry Zoller, Jr.

11 Charlecote Place

Guilford

Baltimore 18, Maryland

To Mr. James W. Foster, Director

Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument Street

Baltimore 1, Maryland

 


Data on Pinkney Letters and Reviews

1796

WILLIAM PINKNEY TO BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY ON BOARD THE VENUS CROSSING TO EUROPE JUNE 28, 1796

 

Speaks of servant's sickness and her desire to return home. He gives her leave to return. Must depend on Mr. Thompson's servants.

Mrs. Pinkney will have a bad time of it from Sea Sickness

 

 

 

1796

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, AUG. 26, 1796 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

 

 

1796

WILLIAM PINKNEY SEPT. 18, 1796 OCT. 14, 1796 TO MR. JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

Presented to King on Wed. last, at St. James

In House of Lords and heard the King's speech, but could not hear debate on it in the House

Speaks of Mr. Williams

 

 

 

1796

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, DEC. 9, 1796 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN

 

About money matters

 

 

 

1797

WILLIAM PINKNEY FROM 28 GUILFORD ST., LONDON APR. 7, 1797 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN ABOUT A BILL TO BE PAID

 

 

 

EDWARD COOTE PINKNEY (Son of William Pinkney):

 

 

1826 TO His brother-in-law, Cumberland D. Williams

 

 

 

1926 Book Review of the Life and Works of Edward Coote Pinkney

 

4

 

 

 

No Date TO His Father, William Pinkney, and TO His Mother, Mrs. William Pinkney (Copy in his own Handwriting)

 

 

 

No Date Writings: A Health

 

 

 

Lines---From the Portfolio of H---

 

 

 

Song

 

 

 

The Episode of John Banks

 

 

 

 

FREDERICK PINKNEY (Son of William Pinkney):

 

 

1873 Resolutions of Baltimore County Bar

 

 

 

1873 Eulogy by Members of the Bench and Bar, Baltimore City

 

 

 

No Date Eulogy by?

 

3

 

 

 

 

26

From William Pinkney to Members of His Family

 

 

 

4

From William Pinkney to Outsiders

 

 

 

2

Law Opinions of William Pinkney

 

 

 

2

From Outsiders to Members of His Family

 

 

 

4

Letters and Review (by and on) Edward Coote Pinkney (poet), son of William Pinkney

 

 

 

3

Eulogies on Frederick Pinkney, son of William Pinkney

 

41

 

 

 

1798

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JULY 20, 1798 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

About John Trumbull's Paintings of American Revolution

About Engravings of same

Asks Jonathan to receive some of Engravings at Annapolis, and to sell them for Trumbull

Praises Trumbull

 

 

 

1798

WILLIAM PINKNEY NOV. 1, 1798 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

Speaks of present of Hams

Of British Victory over French Fleet

Of Bonaparte in Egypt

Of birth of a daughter

Of Mrs. Pinkney being well

 

 

 

1799

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, APR. 26, 1799 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

Speaks of Trumbull's thanks

Worth of too hasty conclusions

Use of Tobacco

Desire to enter his profession again

 

 

 

1799

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JULY 12, 1799 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

Remarks on activities of France, Austria, etc.

Speaks of own health

Going to Cheltenham for the Baths

 

 

 

1800

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, FEB. 14, 1800 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN

 

Comments on Political Situation in Europe

Admires Pitt's Speech

About Smoking

 

 

 

1800

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, AUG. 27, 1800 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

Desires to return and practice profession

 

 

 

1801

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JAN. 31, 1801 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

 

 

1801

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JULY 21, 1801 TO HIS BROTHER NINIAN PINKNEY

 

Character of Jefferson

Political Measures

 

 

 

1801

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JULY 23, 1801 TO HIS BROTHER JONATHAN PINKNEY

 

As he is about obtaining House in Annapolis on Returning to U. S.

 

 

 

1803

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, AUG. 8, 1803 LETTER TO-----?

 

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Speaks of Md. State's Claims

Speaks of rejection of his correspondent to the appointment to the Court of Appeals

 

 

 

1808

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, APR. 28, 1808 TO HIS BROTHER NINIAN PINKNEY

 

Refers to friends

 

 

 

1808

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, AUG. 29, 1808 TO BROTHER, NINIAN PINKNEY

 

An affectionate letter

 

 

 

1809

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, JUNE 24, 1809 TO MRS. NINIAN PINKNEY

 

On the death of her child

 

 

 

1809

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, SEPT. 23, 1809 TO HIS BROTHER, NINIAN PINKNEY, ANNAPOLIS

 

Refers to cares and inadequacy of salary

 

 

 

1817

WILLIAM PINKNEY ST. PETERSBURG, AUG. 16, 1817 TO HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. CUMBERLAND D. WILLIAMS

 

Describing his presentation to the Emperor and Empress of Russia

 

 

 

1818

WILLIAM PINKNEY ST. PETERSBURG, JAN. 12, 1818 TO HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. CUMBERLAND D. WILLIAMS

 

Announcing departure from St. Petersburg

 

 

 

1818

WILLIAM PINKNEY ABOARD THE PLATO, OFF ANNAPOLIS MAY 23, 1818 TO HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. CUMBERLAND D. WILLIAMS

 

 

 

1819

WILLIAM PINKNEY JUNE 28, 1819 TO HIS SON-IN-LAW, CUMBERLAND WILLIAMS

 

Asking him to send $1.00 worth of magnesia to him at Annapolis

 

 

 

1819

WILLIAM PINKNEY (COPY) ANNAPOLIS, JULY 2, 1819 TO SON-IN-LAW, CUMBERLAND D. WILLIAMS,

 

With reference to a Mr. McCulloch

Also speaks of daughter's (Betsey's) health

 

 

 

1820

WILLIAM PINKNEY WASHINGTON, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7, 1820 TO HIS SON-IN-LAW, CUMBERLAND D. WILLIAMS, BALTIMORE

 

Asking for certain books he wishes to use in Supreme Court

Also refers to gifts to his daughter, Betsey Pinkney Williams

 

 

 

No Date

WILLIAM PINKNEY BALTIMORE, THURSDAY NIGHT TO HIS BROTHER NINIAN PINKNEY

 

Relative to Resolutions passed by Legislature

 

 

 

1804

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, FEB. 15, 1804 TO MR. WILLIAM COOKE

 

Rejection of an application of U. S. by English Government

Settlement of Maryland Stock Claims

Rejection of personal pecuniary reward for work on Md. Claims

His own financial condition

Waiting for suitable vessel to U. S. for himself and family

 

 

 

1806

WILLIAM PINKNEY LONDON, OCT. 5, 1806 TO MR. WILLIAM COOKE

 

Defends himself against calumnies

British conquest in S. A.

State of Europe

 

 

 

1817

WILLIAM PINKNEY ST. PETERSBURG, AUG. 10, 1817 TO ROBERT G. HARPER, BALTIMORE

 

Introducing Baron de Tuyll

Sketch of Imperial Family

 

 

 

1822

C.D. Williams BALTIMORE, JULY 30, 1822 TO HENRY WHEATON, ESQ., NEW YORK

 

No

 

Giving list of his (William Pinkney's) writings

 

 

 

1811

TO THE EDITORS OF THE BALTIMORE WHIG PUBLICATION AUG. 31, 1811 OF THE OPINION BY WILLIAM PINKNEY ON THE BRITISH BLOCKADE OF MAY, 1806

 

 

 

1819

WILLIAM PINKNEY'S OPINION AUG. 29, 1819

 

Of Mr. Ralph Higgenbottem's Bond to the Union Bank of Mar. 30, 1805

 

 

 

1823

LETTER TO MRS. WILLIAM PINKNEY FROM HER SON, CHARLES PINKNEY FROM ST. PETERSBURG, DEC. 31, 1823

 

 

 

1820

FROM PRESIDENT MADISON MONTPELLIER, FEB. 7, 1820 TO MR. C. D. WILLIAMS (Son-in-law of William Pinkney)

 

 

 

1826

EDWARD COOTE PINKNEY (WHILE IN NAVY) SEPT. 24, 1826 TO MR. C. D. WILLIAMS (Brother-in-law to Above)

 

Quarantine, Staten Island, New York

Sends love to sister and mother

 

 

 

1926

BOOK REVIEW MARCH 19, 1926 THE LIFE AND WORKS OF EDWARD COOTE PINKNEY PREPARED BY THOMAS OLIVE MABBOTT AND FRANK LESTER PLEADWELL NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

 

 

 

No Date

EDWARD COOTE PINKNEY COPY OF LETTER (Own writing of E.C.P.) TO HIS FATHER, WILLIAM PINKNEY, AND TO HIS MOTHER, MRS. WILLIAM PINKNEY

 

 

 

No Date

A HEALTH (For Music) BY EDWARD COOTE PINKNEY (in his handwriting) LINES---From the Portfolio of H---- SONG (To an Italian Air) THE EPISODE OF JOHN BANKS (For the Tinkariad) (An episode founded on fact)

 

 

 

1873

RESOLUTIONS OF THE BALTIMORE COUNTY BAR JUNE 14, 1873 ON THE DEATH OF FREDERICK PINKNEY

 

 

 

1873

EULOGY, JUNE 16, 1873 BY MEMBERS OF THE BENCH AND BAR OF BALTIMORE CITY ON FREDERICK PINKNEY

 

 

 

No Date

EULOGY ON FREDERICK PINKNEY BY?

 

 

 

 

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