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Image of C06.525 - Sir Peter Warren [1703-1752]

C06.525 - Sir Peter Warren [1703-1752]

Full-length portrait of a man wearing blue long coat with red silk waistcoat and breeches all with gold trim; full wig; holding telescope in right hand; pointing to ships on horizon with left hand; interior view; table with green covering trimmed in gold to his right.

F42 .P4 P57 2011 - Book

1. "Bellamy Banter: The Life and Work of John Haley Bellamy", lecture given Apr. 10, 2007. 2. "After the Macpheadris-Warner House. What Happened to John Drew, Hugh Montgomery and their memorandum book after the house was built," lecture given by John B. Wastrom, May 15, 2007. 3. "Daniel Chester French," lecture given by Barbara Rimkanus, Jun. 12, 2007. This lecture will appear in a subsequent issue. 4. "Late 17th c. and Early 18th c. Joined Furniture from Hampton, New Hampshire: a Short Synopsis," lecture given by Erik K. Gronning, Sept. 7, 2007. 5. "Comments from a Contemporary Cooper," lecture given by Ron Raiselis, Nov. 5, 2007. 6. "Samuel McIntire: An American Original," lecture give

Reference Periodicals - Book

1. "Bellamy Banter: The Life and Work of John Haley Bellamy", lecture given Apr. 10, 2007. 2. "After the Macpheadris-Warner House. What Happened to John Drew, Hugh Montgomery and their memorandum book after the house was built," lecture given by John B. Wastrom, May 15, 2007. 3. "Daniel Chester French," lecture given by Barbara Rimkanus, Jun. 12, 2007. This lecture will appear in a subsequent issue. 4. "Late 17th c. and Early 18th c. Joined Furniture from Hampton, New Hampshire: a Short Synopsis," lecture given by Erik K. Gronning, Sept. 7, 2007. 5. "Comments from a Contemporary Cooper," lecture given by Ron Raiselis, Nov. 5, 2007. 6. "Samuel McIntire: An American Original," lecture give

S0832 - James Sheafe letter to J. Fisher Sheafe

James Sheafe in Portsmouth , June 6, 1828, to his son John Fisher Sheafe in New York, NY concerning the Sloop Express bringing "his gig & box of book", family news, & suggestions for business contacts in NY plus the recommendation for "frugality in everything". Adds congratualtions to Fisher for the "happy event".

S1202 - Haven to Sheafe/Pickering

Deed between John Haven with John Fisher Sheafe and Jacob S. Pickering as trustees for Louisa Sheafe Haven for a block of buildings on Fore Street. Dated 1832. Fore Street is now Market Street.