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MS002 B02 F01-F54 - Ships E-I

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 2 F1: Edward (Schooner), 1805-6. List of expenses for repairs on vessel. Ebenezer Rowe, Benjamin Swett. F2: Elisha (Brig), 1817-1821. Claims for losses sustained in storms in passage from Cadiz to Portsmouth and Hamburg to Charleston. Ship condemned. Elisha Hill, jr. F3: Eliza (Ship), 1806-1807, nd. Statement of loss and request for insurance rates on the Eliza. James Sheafe; Nath. A. Haven; Eliphalet Ladd; Seth

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 B12 F01 - Correspondence, Letter book, 1803-1819

Correspondence from investors and shareholders, usually discussing premiums, payment of notes, inability to pay, the embargo and blockade situations, the financial situation of the company, etc. Correspondents include W. Woart of Newburyport, E.L. Davenport, John Langdon and John Gilman Jr., Walton Simonton, James Neal, David Green, and Ichabod Nichols. One letter, from Nathaniel A. Haven in 1809, is his acceptance of the office of president. Also included is a letterbook for 1803-1819. F1: Letter book. Robert Harris, Ebenezer Stocker, Samuel Chauncey, Walter Simonton, Ebenezer Thompson, Seth Sweetser, Thomas Sparhawk and others.