Records of the Ship HOUND (Coll. 4)



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Overview of the Records

History of the Ship HOUND

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Indexes

Detailed Description of the Records

                          

Overview of the Records

         Repository: G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport
         Creator: Hound (Ship)
         Title: Records of the Ship HOUND
         Dates: 1858-1859
         Extent: 532 items
         Abstract: The collection details the Hound's activities from April 1858 through June 1859. Included is an abstract log, New York to San Francisco; disbursements at San Francisco; freight lists and crew lists; 5 cargo books; and other miscellaneous items.
         Identification: Coll. 4

History of the Ship HOUND

The clipper ship HOUND was built at Mystic, Connecticut, by Charles Mallory, in 1853. She was owned during this period by Charles Mallory, Charles H. Mallory, David D. Mallory,and George W. Mallory. The HOUND sailed for the Empire Line and was managed by Wells & Emanuel, of New York. Lorenzo Dow Baker was master. The Mallorys sold the vessel in October 1863.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Available for use in the Manuscripts Division.

Restrictions on Use

        

Various copying restriction apply. Guidelines are available from the Manuscripts Division. See also: Mystic Seaport's copyright notice.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the G. W. Blunt White Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.

        

Persons:

Baker, Lorenzo Dow, 1840-1908
Mallory, Charles Henry, 1818-1890
Mallory, Charles, 1796-1882
Mallory, David D., 1821-1892
Mallory, George W., 1824-1884

Corporate Bodies (Including Vessels):

Empire Line
Wells & Emanuel

Subjects:

Clipper ships--Connecticut--Mystic
Freight and freightage--Hong Kong
Freight and freightage--New York (State)--New York
Shipowners--Connecticut--Mystic
Shipping--California--San Francisco
Shipping--New York (State)--New York
Ships--Cargo
Voyages and travels

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 4, Manuscripts Collection, G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

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Indexes

                          

Index to Personal Names

         NOTE: The fraction(s) indicate the Box and Folder numbers where that particular reference can be found. For example, the researcher will find information about B.B. Allen in Box 1, Folder 6 of the collection.
        
        
        
         Allen, B. B. 1/6
         Almriches, C. F. A. 1/10
         Bacon, L. B. 1/8
         Bancroft, W. S. 1/9
         Belknap, A. 1/11
         Borden, William 1/6
         Brett, Theo. F. 1/11
         Brown, Jno. I 1/8
         Browning, J. H. 1/10
         Chatillon, John 1/8
         Chunwoo 1/12
         Coddington, T. B. 1/6, 1/7
         Cumsing Loong 1/12
         Curran, I. P. 1/10
         Daly, I. T. W. H. 1/10
         Douglass, Thomas 1/9, 1/10, 1/11
         Faulkner, John 1/10
         Fay, P. H. 1/8
         Gaulord, E. 1/8
         Gihon, William 1/7
         Greer, Turnef 1/10
         Heewah 1/12
         Hilland, George I. 1/12
         Inger, S. 1/9
         Kellogg, E. N. 1/6, 1/11
         Kirker, James B. 1/6
         Knox, Henry E. 1/11
         Komchingleving 1/12
         Komchinglonn 1/12
         Komchingtye 1/12
         Komchingtze 1/12
         Komingbury 1/12
         Kuawkee 1/12
         Lagowitz, J. 1/7
         Locke, John D. 1/7, 1/9
         Lockyer, Thomas 1/11
         Lowewenthal, L. 1/11
         Lynn, J. P. 1/7
         Maguine, Charles 1/7
         McCartel, Peter 1/10
         Meelan, F. C. 1/12
         Miller 1/12
         Naylor, P. 1/6, 1/7, 1/8
         Pfeiffer, P. 1/7, 1/10
         Pingkee 1/12
         Pope, R. A. 1/9
         Robert, C. A. 1/9
         Robertson, John F. 1/7, 1/8, 1/9
         Saxton, C. M. 1/8
         Smith, Esq. 1/12
         Sociecilein, I. G. 1/8
         Stanwood, Jacob 1/10
         Staples, George W. 1/10
         Tisdale, William S. 1/8
         Tonybuck 1/12
         Tonysack 1/12
         Tucker, Cooper 1/10
         Turl, Samuel 1/10
         Tying 1/12
         Tyjun 1/12
         Ward, Willett C. 1/10
         Way, D. H. 1/9
         Weed, F. M. 1/9
         Woheng 1/12
         Yukee 1/12

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Index to Corporate Names

         NOTE: The fraction(s) indicate the Box and Folder numbers where that particular reference can be found. For example, the researcher will find information about Allen & Poillon in Box 1, Folder 9 of the collection.
        
        
        
         A. & A. Lawrence & Co. 1/8
         A. Rich & Bros. 1/7, 1/10
         A.E. & C.E. Tilton 1/8, 1/9
         A.M. Seligmann & Co. 1/8
         A.M.W. Ball & Co. 1/6, 1/7, 1/10
         AB&D Sands & Co. 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10
         Allen & Poillon 1/9
         Barnes & Park 1/9
         Barry Waldo & Co. 1/8
         Benedict, Smith & Co. 1/7
         Bliven & Mead 1/6
         Bradley & Buffum 1/8
         Brewer, Gardner & Co. 1/8
         Bun & Co. 1/11
         Bussing, Crocker & Dodge 1/8
         C.P. & E. Williams 1/7
         Chunyee & Co. 1/12
         Clarke, Wilson & Co. 1/11
         Clucas & Leeds 1/6
         Colgate & Co. 1/9
         Collins & Co. 1/9
         Condict, Wheeler & Co. 1/10
         Conley & Kirk 1/7
         D. Appleton & Co. 1/8
         D. H. Arnold & Co. 1/8
         Dayton, Sprague & Co. 1/6, 1/9, 1/11
         Donnelly, Holmes & Co. 1/10
         E. Goodwin & Brother 1/7
         E. R. Durkee & Co. 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10
         Edwards & Baller 1/12
         Edwards & Hill 1/10
         Elizabethtown Steam Manufacture Co. 1/8
         Fairbanks & Co. 1/9
         Fay Brothers 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11
         George B. Ferris & Co. 1/11
         Goldstone, Miolamra & Co. 1/8, 1/10
         Graves & Pier 1/10
         Hathaway & Carmer 1/7
         Hawley & Co. 1/6, 1/9, 1/11
         Hendricks & Bros. 1/6
         Henry Lawrence & Sons 1/9
         Hope Nulls, (The) 1/9, 1/10
         Hudson Bros. 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/11
         I. Rupin & Co. 1/10
         James Cocker & Co. 1/7, 1/10
         James D. Wing 1/10
         James P. Swain & Co. 1/10
         James Wilde, Jr. & Co. 1/10
         Jewell, Harrison & Co. 1/8, 1/10, 1/11
         Jno. B. Newton & Co. 1/7
         John G. Parker & Son 1/9
         John Mayher & Co. 1/7, 1/9
         John W. Corlies & Co. 1/10, 1/11
         Johnson & Lazarus 1/8, 1/9
         Kemble & Warner 1/6
         Lawrence, Clapp & Co. 1/8
         Ledgerwood & Co. 1/8
         Lockwood, Ewell & co. 1/8
         Marston & Power 1/10
         McCready, Mott & Brundage 1/7
         Meeker & Pendleton 1/11
         Mollers, Shatwell & Dasher 1/9
         Muller & Luther 1/8
         National Shot & Lead Co. 1/7
         Neilson, Wardwell & Co. 1/10
         New York & Erie Railroad Co. 1/6
         Newark India Rubber Co. 1/9
         Norris & Greggs 1/8
         Norton & Jewett 1/6, 1/7, 1/11
         Pollock Bros. 1/11
         Roberts & Co. 1/6
         Russell & Co. 1/12
         Russell & Ely 1/9
         Russell & Erwin Manufacture 1/9, 1/10
         S. H. Stronse & Bros. 1/11
         Samuel Hart & Co. 1/8
         Sargent & Co. 1/9, 1/11
         Schalle & Bros. 1/9, 1/10, 1/11
         Sears, Adriance & Platt 1/9, 1/10, 1/11
         Southwick & Philps 1/10
         Stone & Jenkiins 1/11
         Sullivan & Hyatt 1/9
         Thomas Andrews & Co. 1/11
         Thomas Cunningham & Co. 1/8
         Thomas D. Moore & Co. 1/11
         Tisdale & Borden 1/6
         Turner & Lane 1/11
         Union India Rubber 1/8, 1/9
         Van Antwerp & Massol 1/10, 1/11
         Walsh, Couleter & Co. 1/8, 1/9
         Wells & Emanuel 1/8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11
         Wheeler & Wilson 1/6, 1/7, 1/8
         William S. Coleman & Co. 1/9
         William Watson & Co. 1/10
         Wilson, Clark & Co. 1/10

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Detailed Description of the Records

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

                                                                                                           
        
Papers; 1858-1859
Box Folder
1 1          Abstract log, kept on board the ship HOUND of Mystic, Conn., for a passage from New York to San Francisco. Contains cargo list; 1858 May 13-Sep 22 (6 pgs.)
         2          Freight list, of cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 May12 (16 pgs.)
         3          Cargo books, no.'s 1,2, and 3, for freight loaded on board the ship HOUND; 1858 Apr-May
         4          Cargo books, no.'s 4 and 5, for freight loaded on board the ship HOUND; 1858 May
         5          Crew lists, for theship HOUND, including a passage from New York to San Francisco, San Francisco to Hong Kong, and Hong Kong to San Francisco, with consular certificates appended at Hong Kong; 1858-1859
         6          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York, bound for San Francisco; 1858 Apr 3-25
         7          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 Apr 26-28
         8          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 Apr 29-30
         9          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 May 1-3
         10          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 May 4-6
         11          Freight receipts, for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at New York bound for San Francisco; 1858 May 7-10
         12          Freight receipts for cargo loaded on board the ship HOUND at Hong Kong bound for San Francisco; 1858 Dec 28-1859 Feb 9

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