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John Rowe Parker was born October 24, 1777, in Boston. He was the eldest of thirteen children born to Rev. Samuel Parker (1744-1804) and his wife Anne (d. 1844). The Parkers were a prominent family in Boston. John Rowe Parker's grandfather, William, was a Superior Court judge, and his father was the rector of Boston's Trinity Church. Matthew S. Parker (1780-1865), brother of John Rowe Parker, was the first secretary of Boston's Handel and Haydn Society and the president of Oriental Bank in the 1830s. Another brother, Richard Green Parker (1798-1869), was a noted educator and author.

Parker was named after another distinguished Bostonian, John Rowe (1715-1779). Rowe, a close friend of Samuel Parker and his wife, was a respected merchant, civic leader, and officer of Trinity Church. Rowe and his wife were childless and left their property at 103 Pond Lane to John Rowe Parker in their will.

Parker's professional life falls neatly into three parts. His first career was that of a dry goods merchant selling such wares as carpet, buttons, candlesticks, cutlery, and other sundries. By 1802 Parker was partners with Standford Smith in the firm of Smith and Parker. Parker was in London in January 1802 to purchase goods for the company. He returned to Boston in time to be married to Catherine Brigden on June 6, 1802, and then returned to London with his wife. Sometime after August 1803 the couple returned again to Boston, and Catherine died shortly thereafter.

Parker married Mary Hamilton of Portsmouth, New Hampshire on October 22, 1804. They had three children: Samuel Parker Parker (1805-1880), Jonathan Hamilton Parker (b. 1806), and Mary Hamilton Parker (1808-1821). Parker's partnership with Smith ended, and by the end of 1806 he was partners with Moses Poor in the firm of Parker and Poor. The partnership was short-lived, ending by October 1807.

Mary Hamilton Parker, John Rowe Parker's second wife, died during the winter of 1811-1812. By late 1812 Parker had relocated to New London, Connecticut, where he developed business contacts with the three Parkin brothers, Richard William (d. 1814), John Still Winthrop, and Thomas. He married their sister, Jane Parkin, on February 8, 1813. The Parkers stayed in New London through 1814 and then moved back to Boston, where Parker continued operating as a general merchant. They had one child together, Jane Winthrop Parker, born in 1818.

The next phase of Parker's professional life began in 1817 when he became the proprietor of the Franklin Music Warehouse in Boston. Parker was joined in this venture by Gottlieb Graupner, one of the most respected musicians and music publishers in Boston at that time. Graupner moved his inventory into Parker's premises in April 1817, but a dispute between the two men caused Graupner to leave by August.

Parker was able to take advantage of the rising demand for secular music in the former colonies to build his business into the largest music distributor in the United States during the years 1817 to 1821. In 1820 Parker published one of the first music dealer's catalogues issued in the United States. The fifty-five page catalogue contained lists of music titles, instruments, and other musical merchandise. The catalogue was also unique for bearing a distinctive, oval trademark stamp that Parker used to identify his publications. This practice was soon adopted by many other dealers. Copies of the catalogue survive in the Houghton Library at Harvard University and at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Perhaps Parker's most noted achievement was the publication of the first American journal devoted exclusively to music. Parker had written articles about music for a column titled "The Euterpeiad" printed in the local newspaper, The Boston Intelligencer and Morning and Evening Advertiser, during the years 1817-1820. This experience provided him with the background to begin his own publication, The Euterpeiad, or Musical Intelligencer on April 1, 1820. The objectives of the new journal were stated by Parker in the first issue as follows:

The Euterpeiad will embrace every article any ways interesting to, or connected with the science [of music], by carefully compiling and collating -- A Brief History of Music from the earliest ages -- Cherish a classical taste -- Watch the progress of the Arts -- Excite the emulation of genius -- Record the transactions of Societies -- Examine and impartially review new Musical works -- Stimulate Professional Gentleman to explore new tracts in the regions of Science -- Furnish Biographical Memoirs of Musical men -- Correspondence, Anecdotes, Letters Instructive and interesting upon every branch of musical science -- Insert Miscellaneous Articles wherein will be noticed new Inventions, improvements in Musical Instruments, and observations upon Musical Performances, . . .

from The Euterpeiad, or Musical Intelligencer, Vol. 1, no. 1 (Saturday, April 1, 1820).

A substantial number of the articles in The Euterpeiad were borrowed, often without attribution, from European sources, especially from the writings of Charles Burney and Sir John Hawkins. In his own writings, Parker addressed key contemporary issues such as the relationship between amateur and professional musicians, the growing importance of secular and instrumental music, and the need to educate musically the listening public as well as establishing a means of providing specialized training for musicians. The reviews of local performances set a standard for music criticism in the United States. They also provided a record of concert life that included notes on repertoire, audience reactions to styles of music and performance, and the careers of leading performers from abroad and the United States. Separate sheets of music were irregularly included with the journal as a supplement.

The Euterpeiad was sold through a network of more than forty agents encompassing an area from Montreal to Augusta, Georgia. Parker tried to expand his subscription base by appealing to the female market with the addition of a Ladie's Gazette component, beginning with the issue of March 31, 1821. Despite the widespread geographic distribution of The Euterpeiad and its largely favorable critical success, the number of subscribers remained too low to support continued operations. The journal ended publication with its final issue of March 30, 1823.

In 1824 Parker compiled a collection of his articles from The Euterpeiad and had the reprints published by Stone and Fovell under the title Musical Biography, or Sketches of the Lives and Writings of Eminent Musical Characters. The collection is significant for being the first biographical music dictionary published in the United States. It contains thirty-three biographical sketches of such European composers as Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Purcell, and Beethoven, as well as American composers George K. Jackson and Raynor Taylor. There are also eight articles on such topics as church music, vocal music, anthems, and organs.

The final phase of Parker's professional life concerned his efforts to develop a nation-wide communication system for marine vessels. Parker attempted to revise a system of semaphore signals developed by James M. Elford (d. 1826) of Charleston, South Carolina. Parker wrote several texts on the system, including The Marine Telegraph (1827), The United States Telegraph Vocabulary (1832), A Treatise upon the Telegraphic Science (1835), The New Semaphoric Signal Book (1836), A History of Telegraphs (1836), The Semaphoric Telegraph (1837), A Treatise upon the Semaphoric System of Telegraphs (1838), The Boston Harbor Signal Book (1841), and A Treatise upon Telegraphs (1842).

The multi-faceted life of John Rowe Parker ended in Boston on December 29, 1844.

The collection consists of 935 items in 339 folders, housed in nine boxes. The folders are alphabetically arranged by correspondent, with letters written by John Rowe Parker filed under the name of the recipient of the letter. Items from unidentifiable sources are filed at the end of the collection. Letters addressed to either Parker or to one of his firms constitute the majority of the collection.

Although relatively small in number, personal letters provide some measure of insight into Parker's relationships with family members, including his mother, sister Rebecca Edsen, brothers James and William, and sons Samuel and Hamilton. A sequence of letters from 1824 to 1825 between Parker and his brother-in-law, Joshua Haven, in Philadelphia are particularly interesting. They provide a description of the work Parker's son Hamilton was performing in Haven's counting house and the resulting clamor when Hamilton fled to Norfolk, Virginia with $700 from his uncle's business.

The letters from the years during which Parker was a dry goods merchant, 1802-1817, reflect a period of unstable trade relations with Great Britain. It is a time that encompasses the Embargo Act of 1807, Macon's Bill No. 2, the War of 1812, and the Treaty of Ghent in 1814. All of these political actions greatly affected the ability of merchants in the United States to operate their businesses. This was especially true for merchants in the New England states, and several letters express concerns regarding these matters.

The correspondence from the years 1817 to 1824 contains the majority of music-related materials in the collection. The letters from prominent composers, performers, and music publishers provide a portrait of musical practice and taste in early nineteen th-century America as well as offering details concerning the operations of the growing music industry. Publishers from Philadelphia, New York, and Baltimore represented in the collection include George E. Blake, George Willig, Bacon and Hart, Benjamin Carr, Edward Riley, William DuBois, Joseph Willson, John, Adam, and William Geib, and John Cole. Correspondence from composers and performers includes Anthony Philip Heinrich, Christopher Meinecke, Richard Willis, James Finlayson, Samuel Dyer, Oliver Shaw, Thomas Philipps, Samuel P. Taylor, James Hewitt, and James H. Swindells.

As part of his business at the Franklin Music Warehouse, Parker also acted as a distributor or representative for instrument manufacturers, including makers of pianos and organs. There are approximately twenty letters in the collection pertaining to inquiries about pianos, including letters from such manufacturers as John Loud, J. A. and W. Geib, John Mackay, and the firm of Gibson and Davis. More than a dozen letters concern requests for information about organs. Although the organ builders responsible for building the organs sold by Parker are not referred to by name, they are most likely William Goodrich and Thomas Appleton, two eminent local builders.

Approximately one hundred letters in the collection are concerned with Parker's publication, The Euterpeiad. The letters contain comments regarding the contents of the journal, requests for subscriptions, statements of satisfaction with the journal, and complaints about delivery. Many of the letters are addressed to the original printer of the journal, Thomas Badger, Jr. (1794?-1825). The collection also includes Badger's letter of agreement (circa 1820) to print the journal and a letter from December 24, 1821, in which Badger terminates the agreement after finding out that Parker was talking to other printers about taking over the job. The firm of True and Greene assumed responsibility for printing The Euterpeiad beginning with the issue of March 1822, and continued printing the journal through the end of its run in March 1823.

Parker's business practices caused considerable chagrin among his associates throughout his varied careers. There are numerous letters in which writers seek payment of debts and even threaten legal action. It is unclear whether Parker caused these problems from a lack of attention to detail or if something more onerous was occurring.

The last twenty years of Parker's life were primarily devoted to developing and marketing a marine telegraph system. This activity is well documented by correspondence to and from telegraph operators in the Eastern United States and especially by the more than two dozen letters to and from the patent holder of the system, James M. Elford and Son of Charleston, South Carolina.

Note: The collection was originally in rough chronological order, with additional arrangement by such categories as personal letters, letters related to The Euterpeiad music publishers, James M . Elford, and letters from John Rowe Parker. The original order is reflected in the index prepared by Patricia M. Gallo as part of her thesis, The John Rowe Parker Letter Collection: An Index to Early Nineteenth-Century American Musical Taste (1985). Gallo's index includes brief commentary regarding noteworthy contents of individual letters.

Broyles, Michael. Music of the Highest Class: Elitism and Populism in Antebellum Boston. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992. Gallo, Patricia M. The John Rowe Parker Letter Collection: An Index to Early Nineteenth-Century American Musical Taste. Master's Thesis, West Chester University, 1985. Haskins, John C. "John Rowe Parker and The Euterpeiad " Notes 8 (June 1951): 447-456. Johnson, Harold Earle. "The John Rowe Parker Letters." Musical Quarterly 62 (January 1976): 72-86. _____. Musical Interludes in Boston, 1795-1830. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. Parker, John Rowe, editor. The Euterpeiad, or Musical Intelligencer. Introduction by Charles E. Wunderlich. Boston: Thomas Badger, Jr., 1820-1823. Reprint ed., New York: Da Capo Press, 1977. _____. A Musical Biography. Introduction by Frederick Freedman. Boston: Stone and Fovell, 1825. Reprint ed., Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1975. Stevenson, Robert. "American Musical Scholarship: Parker to Thayer." 19th Century Music 1 (3) (March 1978): 191-210.

Purchased from Symnachus Trading Company (Boston), 1955.

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A. & A. Lawrence & Co., letter dated February 26, 1831, notifying Parker that the brig Susannah sailed from Liverpool, 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
Box 1 Folder 1
A. T. Goodrich & Co., bookseller and map publisher in New York; company of Andrew Thompson Goodrich (1789-1845), letter of October 26, 1820, from New York to Boston written with or for Samuel R. Smith notifying Parker that the London publication, Musical Gazette has ceased publication, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 1 Folder 2
Adams, Ruth, personal servant of Parker family, letter of July 12, 1824, from Philadelphia to Boston regarding the condition of Parker's son, Hamilton, in Philadelphia, where he was working for his uncle, Joshua Haven, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 1 Folder 3
Akin, James (circa 1773-1846), engraver and designer, letter of April 11, 1807, from Newburyport, Massachusetts to Boston regarding an engraving project, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 1 Folder 4
Albee, Amos (1772-), music teacher and composer, letters of November 1, 1820, and April 6, 1821, from Watertown, Massachusetts to Parker at his Franklin Music Warehouse in Boston regarding matters related to The Euterpeiad, including his proposal to print a selection from "Gardiner's Sacred Melodies" to accompany The Euterpeiad, 2 items (2 leaves), 1820-1821.
Box 1 Folder 5
Allen, Lewis, letter dated October 3, 1831, from New London to Boston in which Allen requests information about second-hand organs on behalf of Rev. Kellogg in Pomfret, 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
Box 1 Folder 6
Allyn, Lyman (1797-1874), ship captain, whaling agent, and merchant of New London, Connecticut, letter dated May 27, 1824, from New London to Boston in which Allyn requests information on a military standard for light infantry, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 1 Folder 7
Amory, John, letter dated May 30, 1824, from Newbury Street, Boston informing Parker of the death of Mrs. Blodgett, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 1 Folder 8
Amory, Thomas C., merchant in Boston and brother of John Amory, letter dated November 2, 1802 from Boston to London with reference to order of trees, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
Box 1 Folder 9
Appleton, Poor & Hastings, firm of Moses Poor, previously partner with Parker in Parker & Poor, letter dated November 23, 1814, from Baltimore to New London about payment of a note, 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
Box 1 Folder 10
Apthorp, Charles W., merchant, letter dated September 2, 1812 from London to Boston containing list of ordered goods, 1 item (1 leaf), 1812.
Box 1 Folder 11
Apthorp, Jno. T. (John T.), letter dated November 4, 1819, requests payment for ten violins and bows Parker agreed to purchase from Apthorp's son, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1919.
Box 1 Folder 12
Atherton, Charles, merchant, letters dated February 28 and April 7, 1807, from Liverpool and London, respectively, addressed to the firm of Parker & Poor in Boston; the letter dated August 5, 1809, from Liverpool, addressed to Atherton & Poor in Boston; all three letters concern orders and invoices for goods, 3 items (3 leaves), 1807-1809.
Box 1 Folder 13
Backus, Eleazer Fitch (1770-1859), bookseller from Albany, N.Y., letter dated September 1, 1823, from Albany, New York, to John Rowe Parker in Boston regarding subscriptions for The Euterpeiad and Parker's monograph, A Musical Biography; also included, an undated (circa October 1823) letter from Backus to William S. Parker in Troy, New York, regarding The Euterpeiad subscriptions, 2 items (2 leaves), 1823.
Box 1 Folder 15
Bacon & Hart (Firm), letters from the Philadelphia music publisher, Bacon & Hart, to John Rowe Parker at his Franklin Music Warehouse, regarding orders for music; the correspondence includes invoices that list music titles and a letter from Parker (no date) to Bacon & Hart, 37 items (37 leaves), 1818-1821.
Box 1 Folder 17-18
Bacon, Allyn, music publisher, Philadelphia who published under his own name and as part of the firms Bacon & Co. and Bacon and Hart, letters from Bacon in Philadelphia to Parker at his Franklin Music Warehouse in Boston, contents of which include orders for music and instruments, and comments concerning business conditions in Philadelphia, 12 items (12 leaves), 1817-1818.
Box 1 Folder 16
Bacon, George (-1856), music engraver, Philadelphia, Pa., letters dated June 7 and 19, 1818, from Philadelphia to Boston regarding engraving work done by Bacon for Parker, 2 items (2 leaves), 1823.
Box 1 Folder 17
Badger, Thomas (1794?-1825), letters from the Boston printer, Thomas Badger, to John Rowe Parker setting the terms for the printing of Parker's magazine, The Euterpeiad, or, Musical Intelligencer, and later, ending the arrangement, 2 items (2 leaves), circa 1820-1821.
Box 1 Folder 19
Ballard, John, merchant in Liverpool, two letters from John Ballard in Liverpool to Parker in London regarding business matters, 2 items (2 leaves), 1802.
Box 1 Folder 20
Barker, Thomas C., letter of March 29, 1821 from Barker in Groton, Connecticut to Parker in Boston asking to be added to the list of subscribers of the journal, The Euterpeiad, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 1 Folder 21
Barnard, Robert F., letters from Barnard in Sheffield, Massachusetts to Parker in Boston regarding subscriptions to the journal, The Euterpeiad, 3 items (3 leaves), 1821-1822.
Box 1 Folder 22
Bascom, Ezekiel L. (Ezekiel Lysander) (1779-1841), Unitarian preacher, letters from Bascom in Ashby, Massachusetts to Parker in Boston regarding subscription to the journal, The Euterpeiad, 2 items (2 leaves), 1821-1822.
Box 1 Folder 23
Beck, Charles, letters from Beck on Long Island, New York to Parker in Boston regarding semaphoring and the need for material for flags, 11 items (11 leaves), 1824-1834.
Box 1 Folder 24
Bentley & Wilson (Firm), merchants in Sheffield, England, business correspondence, 5 items (5 leaves), 1802-1803.
Box 1 Folder 25
Bernard, John, business letter from John Bernard (?) to Parker from "Pleasant Street", 1 item (1 leaf), between 1800 and 1835.
Box 1 Folder 26
Blake, George E. (1775-1871), music publisher, music teacher, and bookseller in Philadelphia, letters from Blake in Philadelphia to Parker at his Franklin Music Warehouse in Boston, the contents of which include descriptions of musical performances in Philadelphia, orders for music titles from the warehouse, and two lists of music titles offered by Blake; there is also one letter from Parker to Blake, 14 items (14 leaves), 1817-1821.
Box 1 Folder 27
Blake, John Lauris (1788-1857), author and teacher, Concord, Massachusetts, orders for music from Parker's Franklin Music Warehouse, 2 items (2 leaves), 1821.
Box 1 Folder 28
Blodget, William (1775-1847), merchant in Providence, Rhode Island, business letters to Parker in New London, Connecticut, 5 items (5 leaves), 1814-1824.
Box 1 Folder 29
Bowers, Caleb, merchant in Providence, Rhode Island, business letters to Parker in Boston, 9 items (9 leaves), 1807.
Box 1 Folder 30
Boyd, Joseph K., merchant, Norfolk, Virginia business letter to Parker in Boston, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 1 Folder 31
Bradford and Inskeep, book and music sellers in Philadelphia, letters from to Parker in Boston regarding the sales of pianos in Philadelphia, 3 items (3 leaves), 1813.
Box 2 Folder 32
Brett, Rebecca, personal letter from Brett in Brompton, England to Parker in London, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
Box 2 Folder 33
Brewer, Thomas, merchant in London and Boston, business letters, 2 items (2 leaves), 1802.
Box 2 Folder 34
Bricely, B., letter from Bricely in Portsmouth, New Hampshire requesting music titles from Parker's Franklin Music Warehouse, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 2 Folder 36
Brown, Frederick W. A. L., letters from Georges Island in Boston Harbor concerning the use of telegraphing signals for marine craft, 6 items (6 leaves), 1831.
Box 2 Folder 38
Brown, Robert J., business letter, 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
Box 2 Folder 40
Bruce, Jonathan, letters from Boston Light to Parker in Boston concerning the use of telegraph signals for marine traffic, 19 items (20 leaves), 1823-1831.
Box 2 Folder 42
Buck, Rufus, secretary of the Handel and Haydn Society in Bath England, letter acknowledging receipt of the journal, The Euterpeiad, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 2 Folder 43
Buckingham, Joseph T. (Joseph Tinker) (1779-1861), editor, publisher and critic, bill to Parker for amount owed on account, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 2 Folder 44
Burbeck, H., letters from New London to Boston; the letter dated July 14, 1831 is about an organ repair job done by organbuilders Elias and George Hook, 2 items (2 leaves), 1831.
Box 2 Folder 46
Burke, Thomas, manager and husband of singer Mrs. Burke, letter from New York to Boston explaining plans for Mrs. Burke's concerts, 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
Box 2 Folder 47
Butman, Henry, letter from Portland, Maine requesting termination of subscription to the journal, The Euterpeiad, for a client, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 2 Folder 48
Calcutt, J., letter requesting subscription to the journal, The Euterpeiad, 1 item (1 leaf), circa 1821.
Box 2 Folder 49
Carey and Perry (Firm), letter from New Bedford, Massachusetts regarding use of telegraph signals for marine traffic, 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
Box 2 Folder 50
Carr, Benjamin (1768-1831), Philadelphia composer, organist, and music publisher, letters pertaining to the music business, including rates of discount, terms of billing, and invoices; Carr also discusses musical matters, including composition in the United States, performances, the place of music in American society, and the role of the journal, The Euterpeiad, 16 items (16 leaves), 1818-1822.
Box 2 Folder 51
Carter & Storr (Firm), business letters from Liverpool to New London, Connecticut regarding bills of lading, shipments, American prices, and the effects of the War of 1812 on trade; a reply to from Parker's brother-in-law Thomas Parkin is included on one letter (September 15, 1815); also included, one letter from Parker to Carter & Storr with ink on this item too faded to read, 3 items (3 leaves), 1813-1815.
Box 2 Folder 53
Carter, John, letters from London to Kidderminster regarding business and personal matters, 3 items (3 leaves), 1802.
Box 2 Folder 52
Central Wharf and Wet Dock Corporation (Boston, Mass.), letters from Parker regarding Parker's proposals to establish the Marine Telegraph System in Boston, 2 items (2 leaves), 1824-1825.
Box 2 Folder 54
Chappell, Ezra, business letter from New London, Connecticut to Boston inquiring about an order for books and music, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 2 Folder 56
Chester & Malcolm (Firm), business letters from New York to New London seeking payment of bills, 2 items (2 leaves), 1814.
Box 2 Folder 57
Chipman, H., letter from Mansfield, Massachusetts to Boston regarding subscription to the journal, The Euterpeiad, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 2 Folder 58

Briand, Oliver, merchant in Portsmouth, [New Hampshire], business letter to Parker & Poor (John Rowe Parker and Moses Poor) in Boston, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 2 Folder 35
Brothers Ingham (Firm), merchants in Leeds, England, business letter to Parker & Poor (John Rowe Parker and Moses Poor) in Boston, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 2 Folder 37
Brown, William (circa 1770-1837), merchant in Philadelphia, business letters to Parker & Poor (John Rowe Parker and Moses Poor) in Boston, one concerning an order of carpeting, 2 items (2 leaves), circa 1807-1810.
Box 2 Folder 41
Chadwick, George, business letter addressed to Parker's business partner, Moses Poor, in London, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 2 Folder 55
Ciopley, Martha, business letter from Halifax to Parker & Poor (John Rowe Parker and Moses Poor) in Boston, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 2 Folder 59
Clapp & Boynton (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1833.
Box 2 Folder 60
Coates, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 2 Folder 61
Coit, David, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 2 Folder 62
Cole, John (1774-1855), 2 items (2 leaves), 1821-1825.
Box 2 Folder 63
Coles, John, 2 items (2 leaves), 1819.
Box 2 Folder 64
Cook, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1809.
Box 2 Folder 65
Cookson & Fawcett (Firm), 5 items (5 leaves), 1802-1807.
Box 2 Folder 66
Cooper, Mr., 5 items (5 leaves), 1809.
Box 2 Folder 67
Cooper, Samuel A., 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 2 Folder 68
Cooper, Thomas (1759-1839), 3 items (3 leaves), 1814-1819.
Box 2 Folder 69
Cort, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
Box 2 Folder 70
Crandall, W.H., 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
Box 2 Folder 71
Cummings, Hilliard, & Company, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 2 Folder 72
Cushing, Augustus, 2 items (2 leaves), 1813-1814.
Box 2 Folder 73
Cushing, George, 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
Box 2 Folder 74
Cutler, Benjamin Clark, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
Box 2 Folder 75
Davis, James, 1 item (1 leaf), 1815.
Box 3 Folder 76
Denny, Thomas, 2 items (2 leaves), undated.
Box 3 Folder 77
Dexter, Samuel, 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
Box 3 Folder 78
Dickinson, Moses, 3 items (3 leaves), 1821-1822.
Box 3 Folder 79
Dickson, James A., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 80
Dingley, Charles, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 3 Folder 81
Dix, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 3 Folder 82
Dix, Sarah, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 3 Folder 83
DuBois, William, 19 items (19 leaves), 1817-1820.
Box 3 Folder 84
Dudley, John L., 18 items (18 leaves), 1830-1837.
Box 3 Folder 85
Duncan, Mr., 1 item (1 leaf), 1812.
Box 3 Folder 86
Dunham, Josiah (1769-1844), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 3 Folder 87
Dunn, James C., 2 items (2 leaves), 1835.
Box 3 Folder 88
Dunn, Sarah, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 89
Dyer, Samuel (1785-1835), 3 items (3 leaves), 1821.
Box 3 Folder 90
E. & G.W. Blunt (Firm), 1 item (2 leaves), 1840.
Box 3 Folder 91
E. Greely & Co., 2 items (2 leaves), 1807.
Box 4 Folder 124
Earle, Ethan, 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
Box 3 Folder 92
Earle, John, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 93
Eastburn, James (-1829), 1 item (1 leaf), 1809.
Box 3 Folder 94
Eckley, Joseph, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 95
Edsen, Rebecca Parker, 4 items (4 leaves), 1825.
Box 3 Folder 96
Elford, James M. (-1826), 31 items (32 leaves), 1823-1832.
Box 3 Folder 97
Elliott, Commander, 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
Box 3 Folder 98
Emmons, Martha, 1 item (1 leaf), 1809.
Box 3 Folder 99
Endicott, Samuel (1795-1828), 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
Box 3 Folder 100
Enslow, Joseph L., 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
Box 3 Folder 101
Fay, L., 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
Box 3 Folder 102
Feltus, A.M., 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
Box 3 Folder 103
Finlayson, James, 5 items (5 leaves), 1820-1821.
Box 3 Folder 104
Fish, Mrs., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 105
Fisher, John, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 106
Fletcher, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
Box 3 Folder 107
Fosdick, Sodowick, 3 items (3 leaves), 1821.
Box 3 Folder 108
French, William, 3 items (3 leaves), 1819.
Box 3 Folder 109
Gabriel & Sons (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 3 Folder 110
Galpin, C., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 3 Folder 111
Galvin, George J., 2 items (2 leaves), 1818.
Box 4 Folder 112
Geib, Adam, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 4 Folder 113
Gibbons, Mr., 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
Box 4 Folder 114
Gibson & Davis (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
Box 4 Folder 115
Gilbert, Samuel, 3 items (3 leaves), 1821.
Box 4 Folder 116
Gladding, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
Box 4 Folder 117
Glover, Russell, 2 items (2 leaves), 1823-1825.
Box 4 Folder 118
Goodale, Glazier & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
Box 4 Folder 119
Goodhue, Jonathan (1783-1848), 19 items (19 leaves), 1812-1814.
Box 4 Folder 120
Goodwin, George (1757-1844), 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 4 Folder 121
Gray, Harrison (1795-1846), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 4 Folder 122
Gray, L.C., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 4 Folder 123
Greely, Ebeneezer, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 4 Folder 125
Green, Samuel (1768-1859), 4 items (4 leaves), 1821-1829.
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Grey, J., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Griffin, C., 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
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Guigon, A.E., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Guppy, James, 1 item (1 leaf), 1815.
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Haigh, Marshall & Tutswell (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
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Hames, E., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Hamilton, George W., 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Hamilton, Oliver, 3 items (3 leaves), 1807.
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Harvey, Alwyn, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Haskell, John C., 4 items (4 leaves), 1825-1827.
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Hastings, Thomas (1784-1872), 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Haven, Joshua, 18 items (18 leaves), 1807-1825.
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Haven, Olive, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Hay, James D., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Hayes, P., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Heinrich, Anthony Philip (1781-1861), 2 items (4 leaves), 1820.
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Henry, Alexander (1766-1847), 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
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Henshaw, Daniel (-1825), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Hewitt, James (1770-1827), 6 items (6 leaves), 1809-1810.
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Hewitt, John Hill (1801-1890), 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Hinckley, Cornelius T., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Hins, Cockle & Carr (Firm), 3 items (3 leaves), 1802-1809.
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Hobart, Moses L., 4 items (4 leaves), 1827.
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Hodgson, Samuel H., 3 items (3 leaves), 1821.
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Hooman, James, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
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Horn, John W., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Hough, Richard H., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Houston, John, 2 items (2 leaves), 1802.
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Howe & Spalding, 4 items (4 leaves), 1820-1822.
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Hudson, Robert E., 5 items (5 leaves), 1826-1835.
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Hudson, W.H., 4 items (4 leaves), 1835-1837.
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Huggeford, ?, 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
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Hull, Captain, 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
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Hunter, H.D., 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
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Huntington, Daniel (1788-1858), undated.
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Huntington, E., 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
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Huntington, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Ingraham, Edward T., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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J. & H. Meacham (Firm), 8 items (8 leaves), 1817-1821.
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J. & J. Proctor (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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J.A. & W. Geib (Firm), 19 items (19 leaves), 1817-1821.
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J.S. Carter & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Jackson, George Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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James Brown & Co., merchants in Leeds, England, business letters to Parker & Poor (John Rowe Parker and Moses Poor) in Boston concerning orders for bales of wool, 3 items (3 leaves), 1807.
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James Robinson & Son, 2 items (2 leaves), 1807.
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Jenks, William T., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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John Sykes & Co., 2 items (2 leaves), 1802.
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Johnson, Joseph, 6 items (6 leaves), 1820-1821.
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Jones & Rathbone (Firm), 2 items (2 leaves), 1814.
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Jordan, Thomas, 9 items (9 leaves), 1822-1823.
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Kent, William Austin (1765-1840), 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Kibble, Forster & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Kimball, Hagen, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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King, W.B. (William B.), 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Konig, Henry, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Lace, Richard, 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
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Langdon, John Jay, 2 items (2 leaves), 1821.
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Lawrence, Abel (1786-), 1 item (1 leaf), 1836.
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Lawrence, Jane Mary, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 5 Folder 184
Lawrence, Mr., 1 item (1 leaf), 1825.
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Lee, Samuel H.P. (Samuel Holden Parsons) (1772-1863), 2 items (2 leaves), 1818-1819.
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Leggett, A.A., 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
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Leonard, E., 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
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Lewis, David, 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Littell & Henry, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Littell, Eliakim (1797-1870), 2 items (2 leaves), 1821-1822.
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Lodges & Tooth (Firm), 9 items (9 leaves), 1807.
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Loud, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
Box 5 Folder 193
Louis Hyde & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1833.
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Mackay, John (-1841), 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
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Madan, Martin (1726-1790), 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Mallet, Francois Delochaire (1750-1834), 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Mancross, E.D., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Marsh, James, 2 items (2 leaves), 1817-1818.
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Mary Chadwick & Son (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1809.
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McBryde, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 6 Folder 195
McIntire, F.P., 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 6 Folder 196
Meetz, Raymond (fl.1806-1836), 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Meineke, C. (Christopher) (1782-1850), 2 items (2 leaves), 1822.
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Mellen, Prentiss (1764-1840), 1 item (1 leaf), 1825.
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Miles, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
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Miller & Brewster (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1826.
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Miller & Hutchens (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Moody, Lemuel, 3 items (3 leaves), 1827.
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Moore, Jacob Bailey (1797-1853), 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Morgan, James, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Munroe, Archibald, 4 items (4 leaves), 1820-1822.
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Murray, George W., 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Naylor Sumners & Co., 6 items (6 leaves), 1807.
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Neal, Mr., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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New Hampshire Musical Society, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Newcomb, H.S., 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Nichols, Perkins, 15 items (15 leaves), 1813-1815.
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Nielsen, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
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Olmsted, Charles H., 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Osgood, Isaac (1756-1847), 1 item (1 leaf), 1826.
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Page & Roper (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
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Pardoe, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
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Parker, Anne (-1843), 2 items (2 leaves), 1814-1824.
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Parker, J.H. (Jonathan Hamilton) (1806-), 9 items (9 leaves), 1824-1834.
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Parker, James Lloyd, 4 items (4 leaves), 1807.
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Parker, Jane, 4 items (4 leaves), 1818.
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Parker, John R. (John Rowe) (1777-1844), 5 items (5 leaves), 1813.
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Parker, Samuel P (Samuel Parker) (1805-1880), 3 items (3 leaves), 1815-1831.
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Parker, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
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Parkin, J.S.W. (John Still Winthrop), 25 items (25 leaves), 1813-1835.
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Parkin, R.W. (Richard William) (-1814), 1 item (1 leaf), 1813.
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Parkin, Thomas, 8 items (8 leaves), 1814-1835.
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Partridge, Joseph, 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
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Partridge, William, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Peabody, Oliver, 3 items (3 leaves), 1807-1809.
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Peirce, N., Jr., 1 item (1 leaf), 1831.
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Perkins, Cyrus (1778-1849), 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Perkins, George L., 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
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Petingill, William H., 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
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Phelps, Walter, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Philipps, Thomas (1774-1841), 8 items (8 leaves), 1818-1821.
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Phipps, Mary, 3 items (3 leaves), 1802.
Box 7 Folder 243
Pickett, J.C., 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 7 Folder 244
Pierce, John (1773-1849), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Pond, Sylvanus Billings (1792-1871), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Poor, Moses, 22 items (22 leaves), 1807-1817.
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Potts, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
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Preble, Enoch, 1 item (1 leaf), 1826.
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Prescott, Edmund G., 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
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Rabbeson, W.A., 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
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Rabone, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Randall, George, 1 item (1 leaf), 1834.
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Redding, F., 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
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Redstone, Thomas (1790-1850), 1 item (1 leaf), 1819.
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Rice, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
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Richards, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
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Riley, E.C. (Edward C.) (-1871), 3 items (3 leaves), 1819.
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Riley, Edward ( 1769-1829), 24 items (24 leaves), 1817-1822.
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Rind, William Alexander, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Roberts, Eli, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 8 Folder 261
Ryder, T.P., 1 item (1 leaf), 1840.
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Sage, Harris (1779-1831), 4 items (4 leaves), 1820-1822.
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Salisbury, Benjamin, 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
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Saltonstall, Winthrop, 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 8 Folder 265
Sanderson, J.M., 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 8 Folder 266
Sarjeant & Seger (Firm), 2 items (2 leaves), 1817.
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Sarjeant, Thomas, 2 items (2 leaves), 1818-1819.
Box 8 Folder 267
Shapely, Nancy, 1 item (1 leaf), 1805.
Box 8 Folder 269
Sharpe, Major, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 8 Folder 270
Shaw, Oliver (1779-1848), 13 items (13 leaves), 1817-1825.
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Shepard, Alan, 1 item (1 leaf), 1817.
Box 8 Folder 272
Sherrard, I., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Shirley, Robert, 1 item (1 leaf), 1815.
Box 8 Folder 274
Skinner, Richard, 1 item (1 leaf), 1806.
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Smith, Benjamin, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 8 Folder 276
Smith, Stanford, 10 items (10 leaves), 1802-1803.
Box 8 Folder 277
Smith, William, 4 items (4 leaves), 1802.
Box 8 Folder 279
Smith, William (1754-1821), 1 item (1 leaf), 1809.
Box 8 Folder 278
Southworth, Clarissa, 1 item (1 leaf), 1836.
Box 8 Folder 280
Spillen, William H., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
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Spooner, Wyman, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 8 Folder 282
Sterne, William, 3 items (3 leaves), 1827.
Box 8 Folder 283
Stevens, B., 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 8 Folder 284
Strobell & Church (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Sullivan, George, 1 item (1 leaf), 1824.
Box 8 Folder 286
Swan, Constantine N., 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 8 Folder 287
Swindells, James H., 6 items (6 leaves), 1817-1821.
Box 8 Folder 288
Tapliff, Samuel, 4 items (4 leaves), 1821-1830.
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Taylor, S.P. (Samuel Priestly) (1779-1875), 6 items (6 leaves), 1817-1818.
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Thatcher, Joseph W., 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
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Thayer, Ebenezer (1767-1824), 2 items (2 leaves), 1821.
Box 9 Folder 292
Thomas Law & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1803.
Box 9 Folder 293
Thomson, Alexander, 3 items (3 leaves), 1802.
Box 9 Folder 294
Tilton, Stephen, 2 items (2 leaves), 1834-1835.
Box 9 Folder 295
Titus, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
Box 9 Folder 296
Toppan, Christopher, 8 items (8 leaves), 1807-1809.
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Townsend, Dwight, 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
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Trufant, Gilbert, 1 item (1 leaf), 1827.
Box 9 Folder 300
Truheart, Cary & Co., 2 items (2 leaves), 1820-1821.
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Turner, Stephen D., 3 items (3 leaves), 1802-1809.
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Tuttle, William, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 302
Wade, Elias, Jr., 2 items (2 leaves), 1822.
Box 9 Folder 304
Wait, Louisa, 4 items (4 leaves), 1821-1822.
Box 9 Folder 303
Warren, Charles J., 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 9 Folder 305
Warriner, Solomon (1778-1860), 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
Box 9 Folder 306
Weller, Andrew, 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 9 Folder 307
Wheeler, John, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 9 Folder 308
White, Daniel Appleton (1776-1861), 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
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Wiesenthal, T.V. (Thomas Van Dyke) (1790-1833), 1 item (1 leaf), 1818.
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Wiggin, Timothy, 1 item (1 leaf), 1803.
Box 9 Folder 311
Wilkinson, Edward S., 3 items (3 leaves), 1821.
Box 9 Folder 312
Willard, Hannah, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
Box 9 Folder 313
William & John Maund (Firm), 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 314
William Macfie & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 315
William Nunn & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 316
William Wilson & Son (Firm), 2 items (2 leaves), 1807-1809.
Box 9 Folder 317
Williams, Samuel, 2 items (2 leaves), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 319
Williams, Thomas, 1 item (1 leaf), 1835.
Box 9 Folder 318
Willig, George (1764-1851), 11 items (11 leaves), 1818-1820.
Box 9 Folder 320
Willig, George (1794-1874), 8 items (8 leaves), 1820-1821.
Box 9 Folder 321
Willington, Aaron Smith (1781-1862), 1 item (1 leaf), 1826.
Box 9 Folder 322
Willis, R. (Richard) (-1830), 1 item (1 leaf), 1822.
Box 9 Folder 323
Willson, J. (Joseph), 9 items (9 leaves), 1817-1819.
Box 9 Folder 324
Wilson, John, 1 item (1 leaf), undated.
Box 9 Folder 325
Wilson, Thomas, 6 items (6 leaves), 1807-1808.
Box 9 Folder 326
Winthrop, Francis B., 2 items (2 leaves), 1813-1814.
Box 9 Folder 327
Winthrop, Frederick, 1 item (1 leaf), 1821.
Box 9 Folder 328
Winthrop, Joseph A., 2 items (2 leaves), 1831-1835.
Box 9 Folder 329
Winthrop, William H., 2 items (2 leaves), 1814-1827.
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Wood, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1802.
Box 9 Folder 331
Woodward, George (1776-1836), 1 item (1 leaf), 1820.
Box 9 Folder 332
Woodward, John, 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 333
Wormald & Co., 1 item (1 leaf), 1807.
Box 9 Folder 334
Wyer, Edward, 1 item (1 leaf), 1814.
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