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William Trotter correspondence and receipts, 1791-1804 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: Mss:761 1711-1954
Scope and Contents: Contains, letters, accounts, bills, and receipts to William Trotter for business and personal expenses, dated 1791-1804. Included are receipts to Reed & Forde from Joseph Rush, William Trotter, and others; several bills for tailoring; and receipts for a subscription to the Porcupine's Gazette.

William Trotter daybook, 1799-1800 Digital

Item — Volume: A-1Identifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Daybook of William Trotter recording sales of general merchandise, primarily dry goods, steel, and tin plate imported from Great Britain, profits and losses, accounts of stock, bonds, notes, and bills of exchange, insurance and shipping costs, and other payments and expenses of the business of Trotter and Joseph Sansom, dated 1799-1800. Names in the volume include William Sansom, Trotter & Haines, Benjamin Chamberlain, London merchants Capper Startin & Co., Jane Taylor, Newberry Smith,...

William Trotter incoming letters, 1779-1797 Digital

Item — Box: YE-1a, Folder: 6Identifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Contains letters to William Trotter from his brother-in-law Ephraim Haines and his father, cabinetmaker Daniel Trotter (1747-1800), dated 1779-1797, concerning family illnesses and the Philadelphia yellow fever outbreak. Daniel Trotter also writes about news of the return of friends and associates to Philadelphia during the election of 1797, including William Sansom and Captain Bethell.

William Trotter incoming letters, 1797-1801 Digital

Item — Box: YE-1, Folder: 8Identifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Contains letters to William Trotter from his brother Joseph, regarding the Philadelphia yellow fever outbreak of 1797, and from his father-in-law Moses Kempton in 1801 regarding family news.

William Trotter ledger and letter book, 1798-1808 Digital

Item — Volume: TbIdentifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Primarily a letter book of William Trotter concerning his import business, dated 1802-1807, as well as ledger entries dating from 1798 to 1808. Included are accounts of his partnership with Joseph Sansom, adventures to China by the ships Pigou and Delaware, an adventure to Alexandria, Ephraim Haines, Hannah Baker, William Sansom, Jane Owen, Rebecca Jones, Jane Larymore (Laremore), Henry Pratt, and Samuel Volans; and entries for bonds and notes payable and receivable, interest, cash, expenses,...

William Trotter waste book, 1797-1805 Digital

Item — Volume: AaIdentifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Waste book kept by William Trotter in Philadelphia from 1797 to 1805, with entries related to voyages to China by the ships Pigou and Delaware, and the ship Asia's voyage to Batavia, investments by Trotter, William Sansom, Ephraim Haines, and Daniel Trotter, and profits and losses from the adventures. Included are copies of agreements with William Sansom and accounts of a partnership with Joseph Sansom. An account against an adventure of the Pigou to China in June 1798 concerns salvage charges...

William Trotter's 1799 [receipt book], 1799-1815 Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: Mss:761 1711-1954
Scope and Contents: Receipt book of William Trotter for business and personal expenses, dated 1799-1815. Included are receipts related to shipping with Joseph Sansom and voyages of the ships Pigou and Pocohontas and brig Cumberland; freighting steel, sheet iron, and tin plate; lumber purchases and sawmill labor; and advertising Crowley steel, China and Calcutta goods, and animal skins for sale in the Philadelphia Gazette. There are also receipts from a Society of Friends committee and for fines to William Trotter...

William Tudor, Sr., bills and receipts, 1791-1809 Digital

Item — Box: II.37-II.39, Folder: 10Identifier: Mss:766 1752-1902 T912
Scope and Contents: Includes bills and receipts to William Tudor, Sr., for his children's tuition and instruction, dry goods, board, and other personal expenses, 1791-1809.

William Tudor, Sr., indentures and deeds, 1780-1807 Digital

Item — Box: II.37-II.39, Folder: 9Identifier: Mss:766 1752-1902 T912
Scope and Contents: Contains bonds, deeds, and other legal papers of William Tudor, Sr., dated 1780-1807. Includes a bond from John Bacon to Sarah Bagnall, subject to a legal dispute in which Tudor was a referee; copy of a bond from Hannah Rowe, Tudor, Richard Green, and John Haskins, to Oliver Wendell, to pay a debt of John Rowe's estate; and a deed of the Fresh Pond Farm in Cambridge from Tudor to Charles Storer. There is also a proposed agreement to Charles Snelling Powell from Tudor on behalf of the...

William Tudor, Sr., powers of attorney , 1777-1790 Digital

Item — Box: II.37-II.39, Folder: 8Identifier: Mss:766 1752-1902 T912
Scope and Contents: Contains powers of attorney to William Tudor, Sr., dated 1777-1790, from Edmund Quincy of Stoughton, Massachusetts; John Barry, captain of the Continental Frigate Raleigh; Lemuel Grosvenor of Pomfret, Connecticut; Sherborn, Massachusetts, rope maker Edward Cary; Andrew Cazneau of Bermuda; and George Boyd, formerly of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, who was then living in London.