Richard C. Sharp Collection 1794-1895, MS. 2309

Maryland Historical Society
Library of Maryland History

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Richard C. Sharp Collection, 1794-1895
Maryland Historical Society

 

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Richard C. Sharp Collection, 1794-1895
Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

RICHARD C. SHARP COLLECTION

MS 2309

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Scope and Contents

Manuscripts

1798 May 23

Robert Smith to George Salmon

Opinions on stock and dividend policies of the Bank of Baltimore

1802 April 7

W. Cooke to John McFadon & Co.

Concerning a debt of a Mr. Caton to the Bank of Maryland; there is another copy of this letter, certified to be a “true” copy on November 9, 1802.

1802 August 6

Jesse Tyson and others to the President & Directors of the Bank of Baltimore.

Statement of financial support for Samuel Byrnes

1802 September 21

Incomplete document regarding the account of Mr. McFadon

1802 September 14

Thomas and Thomas W. Arnat to the President and Directors of the Bank of Baltimore.

Conderning a loan to John Yates

1802 September 23

William McFadon & Co. to George Salmon

Concerning the debts of William McFadon & Co. to the Bank of Baltimore

1802 September 30

John McFadon to George Salmon

Concerning the financial affairs of William McFadon.

1802 October 2

Bank of Baltimore to Albert Gallatin

Copy of a letter to Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury, about the condition of the bank.

1802 October 12

William Slater to the President and Directors of the Bank of Baltimore

Concerning the credit of John McFadon & Co.

1802 October 18

J. McFadon & Co. to George Salmon

About their financial conditions

1802 October 18

Daniel Ludlow to George Salmon

About the competition with state banks of the United States Bank

1802 December 23

George Salmon to James Purviance and Thomas Dickson

About the deposit of state money in the Bank of Baltimore

1803 June 23

Opinion of Luther Martin on the security of a mortgage

1803 August 15

William Slater and John McFadon to George Salmon

About the doubt of McFadon & Company

([UNK])

1807 September 14

W. Cooke to the Directors of the Bank of Baltimore

Comments about the charter of the bank

1808 February 3

John McDonough to the President and Directors of the Bank of Baltimore

Request for an additional loan

1810 July 3

Copy of the minutes of a meeting of several banks about the use of foreign gold

1811 March 15

William Wilson to Albert Gallatin

Request for instructions regarding the use of Bank of the United States notes by the Bank of Baltimore

1811 May 16

Albert Gallatin to James Cox

Requesting the publication of a notice in the newspapers of Baltimore

1813 October 5

John Smith to James Cox

About the adjustment of an account

1815 August 7

Isaac L. McCoy to James Cox

Letter of thanks for Cox's personal friendship and business assistance

1815 August 15

R.G. & Charles Harrison to James Cox

About the printing of bank notes

1815 October 24

John Meek to the Cashier of the Bank of Baltimore

Sumitting a bank note specimen

1821 June 13

H. Hudson to the Cashier of the Bank of Baltimore

Enclosing a bank note specimen

BROADSIDES

1815 October 19

Advertisement of Jacob Perkins for a new system of printing bank note

1821 July 25

Circular advertisement of Eleazer Huntington for the printing of bank notes

1824 February 9

Advertisement of Fairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. concerning the production of bank notes. Addressed to James Cox

1835 May 6

Wanted notice for a counterfeiter, addressed to the Bank of Baltimore and signed by three policemen.

PAMPHLETS

The Permanent Stereotype Steel Plate, with Observations On Its Importance, And An Explanation of Its Construction and Uses. N.p.: C. Stebbins, 1806.

The National Bank of Baltimore Md. One Hundred Anniversary 1795-1895. N.p.: c. 1895.

PHOTOCOPIES

Three pages of photocopies of a document, 1794, concerning the freeing of Thomas Wilkens' slaves.