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F44 .P8 N44 - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

MS002 B03 F01-F41 - Ships J-N

Protests and claims, for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. Box 3 F1: James (Brig), 1804-1805. Settlement for two statements of loss: one for a deckload of cattle, another for cargo of molasses. George Cutts. F2: James (Sloop), 1818. Cargo sold at auction in New Orleans. Vessel had dragged anchor in a gale. Robert Blunt; John Bowles, jr.; Jacob Green. F3: Jane (Brig), 1823. Total loss of vessel caught in gale in passage from Portsmouth to Puerto Rico. Loss of life. John Ama

MS002 B04 F01-F52 - Ships O-S

Protests and claims for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. Box 4 F1: Ohio (Brig), 1811-1815. Correspondence concerning insurance coverage in Jamaica. William Hoseason. William Banks. George Sinclair, jr. Nathaniel A. Haven. Edward J. Long. Asa Freeman. F2.: Olive (Brig), 1804-1805. Damaged by gales in passage from Portsmouth to Cadiz. Joseph Stoodley. Joseph Goody. John James. John Marden. William Racklif. William Carpenter. Joseph Rubison. Long and Hamilton. F3: Olive (S

MS002 B13 F09 - Legal, Litigation, 1805-1822

By-laws and riles, litigation, powers of attorney, the John P. Lord and Samuel Lord debt and stock transfer in 1821, and the John B. Sewell embezzlement case papers from 1814-1816. F9: Ebenezer Wentworth, Nathaniel Cutter, William Sheafe, Jeremiah Smith, Nathaniel Adams, Samuel Elliot, Thomas Thompson, George Cutts, George Clark, George Turner, Thomas Brown, Winthrop B. Norton, Levi Bartlett, Ambrose Allen, James Dimon, Edward Parry and others.

MS002 B14 F01-F15 - Share Certificates, Haven-Young

Arranged alphabetically by shareholder. F1: Shareholders are Nathaniel A. Haven, Thomas Haven, John Haven, William A. Hayes, Edward P. Hayman, Elish Hill jr, Samuel Hill. F2: Shareholders are Silas Holman, Ivory Hovey. F3: Shareholders are Elilphalet Ladd, Henry Ladd, Alexander Ladd, Gideon Lamson, Samuel Larkin, Gilman Leavitt, Thomas Leigh. F4: Shareholders are Benjamin Leverett, Edward Livermore, Edward J. Long, John Lord, Samuel Lord. F5: Shareholders are Jeremiah Mason, John McClintock, John Melcher, Samuel Moore. F6: Shareholders are James Neal, Winthrop B. Norton, Jonathan Palmer, Enoch G. Parrott, John F. Parrott, Edward Parry, the New Hampshire Bank. F7: Sh

Professional Collection - Cataloging - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

S1487 - Hannah Hart Account Book, ca. 1800-1842

135pp. account book belonging to Hannah Hart., ca. 1800-1842. Hannah Hart died in 1845 at the age of ninety-nine. Jacob Sheafe, Hannah's father, bought a house on the corner of Penhallow and Daniel Streets in Portsmouth in 1791 and left it to his daughter. Hannah first married Hugh Henderson and, after his death, married William Hart, a mathematical instrument maker and a manufacturer of surveying equipment in Portsmouth. The couple lived in the house, which then became known as the Hart House. In one corner, they kept a small shop. Three of William Hart's account books and a collection of property deeds are held at the New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord, NH. Entries i