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Shipping--History--18th century.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Anderson Letter to U.S. Customs

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00979
Scope and Contents A.L.S. of Robert Anderson, Williamsburg, Virginia, to Collector of U.S. Customs, Savannah, Georgia, concerning the brig "Helen" formerly owned by Alexander Macaulay of Yorktown in 1798. Dated 20 December 1825. 2 pp.

John C. Jones Letter to Moses Myers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00670
Scope and Contents Letter, January 18, 1796, of John C. Jones of Boston, Massachusetts to Moses Myers of Norfolk, Virginia, concerning the ship Newport. Jones asks that tobacco be consigned to Messrs. Fermin, Deporter & Co., London. Also concerns M. M. Hays and expresses his confidence in ship's Captain, William Robinson.

Ledger of Unknown Shipping Merchant

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. MsV Ame F2
Scope and Contents Ledger of an unknown merchant with dealings in North Carolina and possibly Virginia.  Includes accounts with ships and captains.  Inlcudes accounts with Gabriel Galt, James Southall, John Gordon, Samuel Crouch, John Irvin, James Clay, William Page, Capt. Nat. West and many others.  1780-1784.

Manuscripts - Geographic Names, Business Names and Subjects

 Collection
Identifier: 01/Mss. 39.2 Man3b
Scope and Contents An artificial collection of papers created from material acquired during the 1930's and 1940's.

John Randolph of Roanoke Letter to Citizen James Brown

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00565
Scope and Contents Letter from John Randolph, Bizarre, to Citizen [James Brown] about "the bearer...brings...Tobs..." and "Quasha brings Mr. Brown some Butter..."  He writes that  "...we are almost frozen to death, & if the weather continues as it is now, expect to hear that all the northern trade is embargoed - which will be very unfortunate for our Yankee brethren since they will have no stories to give us of French Piracy - Mr. Webster must then be dumb."  Dec 22, 1798.  He noted date as:  22d Decr. 22d...

Thomas Smith Deposition

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01273
Scope and Contents Deposition of Thomas Smith of Matthews County, Virginia in a controversy with Alexander Maccaulay of Yorktown about the ship "Charles Carter", then docked in Norfolk, Virginia.  Written on the verso of "The Virginia Gazette &c. Extraordinary" dated December 16, 1795