George W. Lee Collection (Coll. 23)


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Overview of the Collection

Biography of George W. Lee

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Indexes

Detailed Description of the Collection

Overview of the Collection

Repository: G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport
Creator: Lee, George W.
Title: George W. Lee Collection
Dates: 1788- 1848
Extent: 1444 pieces
Abstract: Collection of business and household papers including correspondence, bills, accounts, receipts, freight lists, manifests or invoices of cargo, records of disbursements from vessels commanded by Lee, and other papers relating to the brigs CAROLINE (1802-1803), BULIA (1803-1804), SUSSEX (1805-1908), JEROME (1824-1826), PLATO (1831-1832), and LEXINGTON (1833) and ships WALTER (1810) and SIX BROTHERS (1827-1830) and to his activities as supercargo on the ships BELLE (1822) and UNION (1823) and brig HERO (1823), chiefly sailing to the port of Marseille, but also to Havana, New York City, Rio de Janeiro, Saint Thomas, and Veracruz. Correspondents include his brother-in-law, Asa Fitch, Jr., William Fitch, other members of the Fitch family, Lee's son, William D. Lee, son-in-law Luther P. Sargeant, and partner Albert Smith; and merchant shipowners Nathaniel L. & George Griswold (New York, N.Y.), Fitch & Smith (New York and Norwich), Fitch Brothers & Co. (New York, Marseille, and Norwich), Gracie, Prince & Co.(New York), Davis & Brooks (New York), and William P. Furniss & Co.(Saint Thomas, V.I.)
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Biography of George W. Lee

George Washington Lee (1775-1850) was a ship master and merchant ship owner whose great grandfather, Thomas Lee, was one of the first settlers of Lyme, Connecticut. He owned and paid taxes on land in Lyme, and rented in Norwich, Connecticut. But in 1823 he bought and settled his growing family in the Joshua Huntington house in Norwich. He attained the position of master of a sailing vessel as early as 1802. Between 1802 and 1808 Lee commanded the brigs CAROLINE, BULIA, and SUSSEX, primarily on voyages between New York and the West Indes. All vessels appear to have been owned by the Lyme, Connecticut, brothers, Nathaniel L. and George G. Griswold, merchant ship owners in New York (known as the "No Loss and Great Gain Griswolds"). In 1810 Lee took the ship WALTER to Hamburg, Germany, but whether he returned in her or not has not been established. Between 1811 and 1821 he appears to have lived in semi-retirement from the sea in Norwich.

In 1820/21 Lee seems to have become interested in the Marseilles firm of Fitch Brothers & Co. which was managed by his brother-in- law, Asa Fitch, Jr. In February, 1822, he returned to sea as supercargo in the ship BELLE bound from New York to Nice, France, with a cargo of cotton. The following May he sailed in the same capacity in the ship UNION from New York for Marseilles, France, with a cargo of rice, coffee, cotton, and logwood. He returned in the brig HERO, also as supercargo, which sailed in September 1823 from Marseilles for Havana, Cuba, or New Orleans, Louisiana, with a general cargo. In June 1824 Lee sailed as master of the brig JEROME from New York to Marseilles. The following September he took the JEROME to Havana with a general cargo consisting primarily of hats and wine. He next appears back in Marseilles where he remained during June, July and August 1825. During August he-sailed to Vera Cruz, Mexico, with a general cargo. Upon arriving in Vera Cruz the JEROME was surveyed and found to be damaged extensively, and it was estimated that repairs would cost over $4,000. The vessel apparently was disposed of as Lee arrived in Norwich in April 1826.

Lee's next command was the ship SIX BROTHERS in which he remained from 1827 through 1830. In May 1827 he sailed the SIX BROTHERS from New York to Naples, Italy. During August and September he was in Marseilles from which port he sailed from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in September. The months of February and March 1828 were spent in Rio de Janiero preparing for the return passage to Marseilles. Between June 1828 and May 1829 Lee's activities are unclear, although he appears to have taken the SIX BROTHERS from Marseilles to New York and returned her to Marseilles, but perhaps not directly. Existence of an account with a firm in Marseilles during May and June 1829 seems to indicate that he was in Marseilles at that time. However, there also exists a freight list, dated 18 June 1829, for sugar carried from Pernambuco, Brazil, to Marseilles in the SIX BROTHERS. Thus he might have sailed from Marseilles to New York to Pernambuco to Marseilles rather than from Marseilles to New York to Marseilles. Before the end of 1829 Lee seems to have again taken the SIX BROTHERS on a round trip between Marseilles and New York. He spent December 1829 and January 1830 in Marseilles preparing for a passage to Vera Cruz. He returned the vessel to Marseilles by August and remained there until October 1830, at which time he sailed for St. Thomas with a general cargo. After two months in St. Thomas, he sailed for New York during December 1830. This was Lee's last trip in the SIX BROTHERS.

On 22 May 1831, Lee pruchased part or all of the brig PLATO in New York, and sailed almost immediately for Havana. After a stay of about two months, he took the PLATO to Marseilles with a cargo of sugar. August and September 1831 were spent in Marseilles preparing for a passage to New York with a cargo of wine and sulphur. During December 1831 he sailed from New York to St. Thomas, and in March 1832 he returned to New York with a cargo of coffee. He carried a cargo of logwood and cotton from New York to Marseilles during May 1832. After spending two months in Marseilles, he went to New Orleans with a general cargo, but it appears that the PLATO was lost before, or at least severely damaged and disposed of, immediately after arriving at New Orleans. Shortly after the PLATO was expected at New Orleans, Lee's son, William D. Lee, wrote him from New York that he was collecting considerable amounts of insurance on the vessel.

During October, Lee commanded the brig LEXINGTON for one trip carrying general cargo; however the ports of departure and arrival were not stated.

After 1833, Lee seems to have retired from the sea permanently, although he appears to have retained an interest in several vessels and to have invested in several business ventures.

George W. Lee was married three times. A daughter, Lois Fitch Lee, was born in Brooklyn, NY in August 1803 to Lee and his wife, Lois [Fitch?]. A son, George W. Lee, Jr. was born in New York, NY on September 29, 1807 to Lee and his second wife Hetty ?. In October 1812 Lee married Mrs. Susan (Fitch) Randall at Bozrah, Connecticut. She was a sister of Asa Fitch, Jr. A son, Asa Fitch Lee, was born in Norwich on October 19, 1813. Two other sons, William D. Lee and Robert M. Lee, and a daughter, Susannah Lee, were born later.

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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:

Fitch family--Correspondence
Fitch, Asa, 1787-1865--Correspondence
Fitch, William, merchant--Correspondence
Lee, William D.--Correspondence
Sargeant, Luther P.--Correspondence
Smith, Albert--Correspondence

Organizations:

Belle (Ship)
Bulia (Brig)
Caroline (Brig : 1802-1803)
Davis & Brooks (New York, N.Y.)
Fitch & Smith
Fitch Brothers & Co.
Gracie, Prince & Co.
Hero (Brig)
Jerome (Brig)
Lexington (Brig : 1833)
Nathaniel L. & George Griswold (New York, N.Y.)
Plato (Brig)
Six Brothers (Ship)
Sussex (Brig)
Union (Ship)
Walter (Ship)
William P. Furniss & Co.

Places:

Havana (Cuba)--Commerce--United States
Marseille (France)--Commerce--United States
Marseille (France)--Commerce--United States
Saint Thomas (V.I.)--Commerce--United States
United States--Commerce--Brazil--Rio de Janeiro
United States--Commerce--Cuba--Havana
United States--Commerce--Cuba--Havana
United States--Commerce--Mexico--Veracruz
United States--Commerce--Virgin Islands--Saint Thomas
Veracruz (Veracruz, Mexico)--Commerce--United States

Subjects:

International trade
Shipping
Shipping--Connecticut--Norwich
Shipping--New York (State)--New York
Voyages and travels

Document Types:

Invoices
Manifests

Occupations:

Merchants--New York (State)--New York
Shipmasters--Connecticut--Norwich
Shipowners--New York (State)--New York
Supercargos--Connecticut--Norwich

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 23, Manuscripts Collection, G.W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

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Indexes

Index to Personal and 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 Captain Adams in Box 2, Folder 7 of the collection.
Adams, ? (Capt.) 2/7
Allen & Hubbell 1/1, 1/2
Arch Grain & Sons 1/2
Armstrong, Nathaniel 1/10
Arnold, John 1/1
Asa Fitch & Co. 2/7
Aspinwall, ? (Colonel) 2/15
Aubry, Charles 1/19
Avery, Richard 1/5
Bailey, Samuel 1/7
Baldwin & Harris 1/6, 1/7
Baring Bros. & Co. 1/2
Beebe, Jedediah 1/4
Beers & Woodhull 1/7
Berhrmann & Miller 2/1, 2/2, 2/4
Bigelow, Timothy 1/10
Biss, William 1/11
Blackman, ? (Capt.) 2/14
Boerum & Wynkoop 1/1
Bowen, John 1/6
Bowie & Hunt 1/4
Brace, ? (Capt.) 2/12
Brauneiser & Co. 1/3
Bray & Blachler 1/4
Brickhead & Co. 3/1
Brigden, John 1/7
Brodie, Alexander O. 1/10, 1/12
Brodie, W.A.P. 1/10
Brooks, David 2/4
Brown, Andrew 1/1
Brown, Jessie 1/5
Bumstead, Jonathan 1/3, 1/4
Burto Burkle & Co. 2/15
C. & A. Batre Co. 1/20
Cabot, Samuel 1/4
Cabot, Stephen 1/3, 1/4
Carpenter, Gerard 1/5
Carter, ? (Mr.) 2/11
Cartigina & Nathan 2/3
Chadwick, Joseph 1/4
Chappon Freres 3/1
Chesebrough, P. (Capt.) 1/7
Clarke, William N. 2/1, 2/3
Colfax, Hetty 1/5
Cornwall, James 1/1
Coyt, William (Capt.) 1/2
Crocheron, Jacob 1/1
D. & N. Wells 1/2
David V. Smith Co. 1/1
Davidson & Co. 2/12, 2/14
Davidson, ? (Capt.) 2/12
Davis, Charles A. 1/13
Davison, Erastus 1/6, 1/7
Dawson, David 1/6
Dean, William 1/6
Deshon, ? (Capt.) 2/4
Dikeman & Vietland 1/2
Dodge, Joshua 1/17, 2/5
Douglass, Chauncey G. 2/5
Dreyer & Heymark 1/3, 1/4
Dreyer, W. H. 1/3
Dunton, George (Capt.) 2/1
Durand, Louis 1/13
E. Coit & Co. 1/10
E. Stevens & Sons 1/15, 1/16, 1/17, 1/18, 1/19, 1/20, 1/22, 2/1, 2/3
Ely, Zebulon 1/12
Field, H. W. 2/3
Fish, Preserved 2/4
Fitch & Smith 2/9, 2/10, 2/11, 2/13
Fitch Bros. & Co. 1/15, 1/16, 1/17, 1/18, 1/19, 1/21, 1/22, 2/1, 2/3, 2/5, 2/6, 2/14, 2/17, 3/4, 3/5, 3/18
Fitch, Albert 2/12
Fitch, Asa 1/4, 1/10, 1/13, 1/17, 2/8, 2/12, 2/18, 3/3, 3/8, 3/13, 3/15, /19
Fitch, Asa (Jr.) 1/7, 1/17, 1/19, 1/21, 2/8, 2/9, 2/14, 2/15, 2/16, 2/19, 3/6, 3/8
Fitch, Douglas 1/9, 1/18, 1/20, 2/8, 2/17, 2/18
Fitch, Nehemiah Huntington 2/10, 2/13
Fitch, Stephen 2/18
Fitch, WIlliam D. 2/7, 2/8, 2/9, 2/10, 2/11, 2/13, 2/17, 2/18, 3/2, 3/13, 3/19, 3/22
Fosdick, Nicoll 1/5
Foster & Giraud 1/2, 2/3
Franklin, Thomas 1/2
Frelinghusen, Headon 2/4
Furness, William 2/16
G. & H.B. Buckingham 1/10
G.G. & S. Howland 1/3
G.G. Wills & Co. 2/12
Gardiner, Abraham S. 2/4
Gardiner, Mary 1/4
Gardiner, N.R. 1/6
George Dummer & Co. 1/6
George Rosier & Roulett 1/2
Gilbert, Nathaniel 1/7
Goddard, Calvin 1/4
Goodhue & Co. 2/4, 2/15, 3/8
Gordon, James 1/4
Gracie, ? (Mr.) 2/12
Grain, Prince & Co. 2/16
Graves & Brower 1/1
Griswold, George 2/4
Griswold, N.L.H. 1/1
Gurdon & Daniel Buck 1/2
H. & H. Stevens 1/20
Hall, William 1/1
Hamilton, ? (General) 3/10
Hart & Armstrong 1/10
Hart, Edward 2/7
Hart, Eli 1/14, 1/19, 2/1, 3/8, 3/10, 3/11, 3/13, 3/19
Hart, Eli (Mrs.) 1/13
Heavens, Philamon 1/6
Henry Waddington & Co. 1/3
Higgins, David 2/1, 2/3
Hilliard, Moses (Capt.) 1/2
Hinman, Benjamin (Colonel) 1/1
Hodge, H.H. 1/18
Horton, Gilbert 1/2
Howland, Benjamin 2/5, 2/9
Hubbard, D.G. 1/2
Humphrey & Whitney 1/1
Humphreys, Edward 1/1
Huntington, Ebenezer 2/11
Huntington, Edward B. 2/12
Huntington, F.B. 1/5
Huntington, Joseph C. 1/17, 1/18
Huntington, Philip 1/7
Huntington, Sarah 2/12
Huntington, Susan 2/12
Hutchings, Jonathan 1/2
Hyde, Samuel 1/10
Hyslop, John 1/2
J. G. Collins & Sons 2/12
J. L. McGregor & Co. 2/12
J. Meyer & Co. 1/4
Jacob Leroy & Son 1/2
James & Frack 1/1
James Kelso & Co. 1/2
Jennings, Asahel 1/10
Johnson, ? (Capt.) 2/1
Jones & Porter 1/1
Jones, Joshua 1/1
Joseph Huntington & Son 1/6, 1/7
Keating, Richard 1/5, 1/10, 1/11
Keating, W. 1/3
Lathrop, Darius 1/7
Lawrence & Whitney 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/15
Lawson, ? (Capt.) 1/6
Lee, Clarissa 3/12
Lee, Douglas 1/21, 3/4
Lee, Eliza 1/12
Lee, Enoch 1/4, 1/19
Lee, George (Jr.) 1/5, 1/10, 1/22, 2/3, 2/4, 2/8, 2/10, 2/12, 2/18, 3/1, 3/6, 3/11
Lee, George (Mrs.) 2/11, 3/2, 3/22
Lee, George W. 3/6, 3/8, 3/10, 3/12, 3/17, 3/18, 3/19
Lee, Johnathan 1/4, 1/12, 1/19
Lee, Lois 1/10, 1/21, 2/11
Lee, Robert 2/19, 3/1, 3/10, 3/11
Lee, Susan 1/7, 1/13, 2/18
Lee, Susan Fitch 2/18, 2/19, 3/3, 3/22
Lee, Susanna 2/18, 3/19
Lee, William D. 2/9, 2/18, 2/19, 3/1, 3/3, 3/4, 3/8, 3/10, 3/13, 3/18, 3/19
Leffingwell, Christopher 1/1
Leroy Bayard & Mc. Evers 1/2
Lester, William 1/5
Low & Smith 1/3
M. de Herrera & Co. 1/17, 1/19
Manning, James 1/1
Manning, Samuel 1/7
Marsden, Joseph Henry 2/15
McCormick, Daniel 1/5, 1/10
McCormick, David 1/6
Megrath & Sons 1/6
Miller, Thomas 1/5
Mix, Elihu L. 2/19
Mood, ? (Capt.) 1/4
Moore, Asa 1/6
Morgan, Henry 1/2
Morris & Wisner 1/2
Moulton, Daniel 1/10
Munson & Barnard 1/3, 1/4, 1/10, 1/15
Myer & Co. 1/5
Nadal, William 2/1
Nathaniel L. & George Griswold 1/1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/10, 3/8
Nathaniel Townsend & Son 1/6
Neilson, James 1/1
Neilson, William 1/1
Nesbitt, Mary 1/4
Nesmith, James 1/4
Nevins, Henry 1/7
New York Marine Society 1/8
Nief, Henry (Capt.) 2/1
Nufrey & Mackey 2/3
Olive & Chaise, Co. 1/21
Onez, Frederick 2/5
Palmer, William (Capt.) 1/17
Parish & Co. 1/2, 1/3, 1/4
Parsons, James (Capt.) 2/1
Peabody, ? (Mr.) 3/3
Peck, Joseph (2nd) 1/12
Peck, Oliver 1/4
Perkins, Alfred J. 2/10, 3/12
Pitcairn, Joseph 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/12
Pitman, Joseph 1/4
Putnam, Oliver 1/3
Raymond, ? (Colonel & Mrs.) 3/13
Raymond, Joshua L. 1/6
Reed, ? (Mr.) 3/18, 3/19
Reynolds & Adgate 1/4
Rich, ? (Capt.) 2/1
Ripley & Waldo 2/11
Robert Batt & Co. 1/4
Robinson & Hartshorn 1/2
Roger Huntington & Co. 1/7, 1/18
Rose, Roderick 1/6
S. & L. Clarkson 1/2
Sampson & Tisdale 2/10
Samuel Avery & Sons 1/7
Samuel Tooker & Co. 1/2
Sargeant, Lois Lee 3/3, 3/4
Sargeant, Luther P. 3/10, 3/11. 3/12, 3/13, 3/15, 3/17, 3/18, 3/19
Scott, Jedediah 1/2
Shaler, William 2/17
Shaw, ? (Mr.) 3/11
Sinclair, Charles 2/5
Smith & Hart 1/2
Smith & Horton 1/2
Smith & Town 3/1, 3/3
Smith, Albert 2/8, 2/10, 2/13
Smith, Amos 1/4
Smith, Hezekiah (Capt.) 1/4
Snow, ? (Mr.) 2/14
Snow, Benjamin 1/10
Soares, Antonio 3/19
Somers, Daniel 2/14
Stedman, James 1/9
Stephens & Lippincott 1/2
Stevens, Ebenezer 1/19
Stoppel, van Dadelson & Meyne 1/2, 1/4
Strong, Charles H. 2/12
Suydam, Jonathan F. 1/1
Tarnby & Batt 1/4
Taylor & Hamilton 1/2
Taylor, William 2/1
Thomas Storm & Son 1/1
Thomas, Thomas 1/5
Thurber, Samuel (Capt.) 1/17
Tillinghast, B.F. 1/6
Tracy, Jedediah 1/10, 2/4
Van Ostrand, Jacob 1/2
Van Wick, Philip G. 1/4
Wallace, Lou 1/2
Wardells, ? (Mr.) 2/10
Weeks, William (Capt.) 2/1
Welles & Fitch 3/1, 3/3
Wells, ? (Mrs.) 2/3
Wells, A. W. 2/3
Wiggin, Timothy 2/15
WIlliam Clegg & Co. 1/6
William Hillyer & Co. 1/2
William Nott & Co. 1/14, 2/17
William P. Furness & Co. 2/14, 2/15
Williams, Joseph, Jr. 1/17
Williams, Thomas 1/1
Williams, Timothy 1/5
Williams, William (Jr.) 1/6
Willimantic Cotton Mfg. Co. 1/6
Woodbridge, Dudley 1/1
Woolfe, ? (Mr.) 3/19

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Index to Vessel 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 brig ADAMANT in Box 1, Folder 3 of the collection.
ADAMANT (Brig) 1/3
AGNES (Brig) 2/14
AMOS PALMER (Brig) 2/3
ANN (Ship) 1/4
ANN ELVYA 3/3
ANN MARIA 1/4
ARGUS (Ship) 1/20
BELLE (Ship) 1/6, 1/14
BRILLIANT (Brig) 2/3
BULIA (Brig) 1/1
CAROLINE (Brig) 1/1
CARRIER (Ship) 2/4
CHARLOTTE CORDER RUTTER (Schooner) 2/7
CHARTER OAK (Steamboat) 3/18
CHERUB (Schooner) 2/7
COLUMBIA (Steamer) 3/10
COMET (Brig) 2/1
CONSTELLATION (Frigate) 3/3
CORNELIA (Brig) 2/7
COURIER (Ship) 2/18
DELAWARE 3/1
DUMMER (Brig) 2/14
EAGLE (Brig) 1/19
EDGAR (Schooner) 2/1
ELIZA (Sloop) 1/13
ELIZABETH 2/19
EMILINE (Brig) 1/13
EMMA (Brig) 3/2
EUNICE (Brig) 1/13, 2/11
EXCHANGE (Sloop) 2/10
FANNY (Steamboat) 2/8, 2/12, 2/14
FLOSS (Schooner) 2/1
FRIENDSHIP (Ship) 1/4
G. SMITH (Ship) 3/4
GANGES 1/3
GENERAL JACKSON (Steamship) 2/16, 3/1, 3/3, 3/5, 3/6
GEORGES 3/2
GOVERNOR HAWKINS 2/1
GREAT WESTERN 3/12, 3/13
HERO (Brig) 1/16, 1/17
HOPE (Ship) 1/20
HOWARD (Brig) 2/7
HURON (Brig) 3/2
IMPERIAL 1/20
JAMES (Ship) 1/17
JAMES WELLS (Brig) 1/2
JASPER (Brig) 2/4
JEFFERSON (Schooner) 2/7
JEROME (Brig) 1/18, 1/19, 1/20, 1/21, 2/1, 2/4, 2/12
JOHN & EDWARD 1/19, 2/3
JULIA (Ship) 1/16, 1/19
LEXINGTON (Brig) 2/18, 2/19, 3/1, 3/2, 3/3
LONDON (Ship) 2/18
LUCY 1/17
MANCHESTER PACKET 1/21
MARSEILLES (Brig) 2/1, 2/3
MARTHA (Ship) 1/19
MARY & ELBA 3/2
MARY (Brig) 1/17
MARY PAULINA (Brig) 3/4
MERIDIAN 2/19
MORGAN (Sloop) 1/7, 1/9
NELSON (Sloop) 2/4
NEPTUNE 3/12
NEW ORLEANS (Ship) 2/11
NORWICH (Steamboat) 3/8, 3/11. 3/12, 3/13, 3/15, 3/16
OCEAN (Brig) 2/1
ORMAY (Brig) 2/12
OSGOOD (Brig) 2/11, 2/12
PHILADELPHIA (Ship) 2/18
PLATO (Brig) 2/15, 2/16, 2/17, 3/6
POTOMAS (Brig) 2/15
PRUDENCE (Bark) 3/4
REAPER 1/20
RICHMOND (Sloop) 1/13
ROSA GIBSON (Schooner) 2/7
ROSEWELL (Brig) 1/19
ROYAL WILLIAM (Steamer) 3/12
SARAH RALSTON 2/18
SIX BROTHERS (Ship) 1/17, 2/4, 2/5, 2/6, 2/7, 2/8, 2/9, 2/10, 2/11, 2/12, 2/13, 2/14, 2/15, 2/16
SPARTAN (Brig) 1/17
SUSSEX (Brig) 1/1, 1/2
THOMAS DICKASON 2/18
THULE (Brig) 2/3
UNION (Ship) 1/15, 1/16, 1/17
UNITED STATES (Ship) 1/17
VENUS (Sloop) 1/6, 1/7, 1/13
WALTER (Ship) 1/2, 1/3
WELLINGTON 3/12
WILLIAM & MARY DICKINSON (Schooner) 2/7
WILLIAM & THOMAS HILLER (Schooner) 2/7

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Detailed Description of the Collection

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

Papers 1788-1843
Box Folder
1 1 Papers; 1788-1805
2 Papers; 1806-1810
3 Papers; 1811
4 Papers; 1812-1813
5 Papers; 1814
6 Papers; 1815 Jan - Jun
7 Papers; 1815 Jul - Dec
8 Papers; 1816 Jan - Apr
9 Papers; 1816 May - Aug
10 Papers; 1816 Sep - Dec
11 Papers; 1817
12 Papers; 1818-1819
13 Papers; 1820-1821
14 Papers; 1822
15 Papers; 1823 Jan - Apr
16 Papers; 1823 May - Aug
17 Papers; 1823 Sep - Dec
18 Papers; 1824 Jan - Jun
19 Papers; 1824 Jul - Dec
20 Papers; 1825 Jan - Apr
21 Papers; 1825 Jun - Aug
22 Papers; 1825 Sep - Dec
Box Folder
2 1 Papers; 1826 Jan - Apr
2 Papers; 1826 May - Jul
3 Papers; 1826 Aug - Dec
4 Papers; 1827 Jan - Aug
5 Papers; 1827 Sep - Dec
6 Papers; 1828 Jan - Aug
7 Papers; 1828 Sep - Dec
8 Papers; 1829 Jan - May
9 Papers; 1829 Jun
10 Papers; 1829 Jul - Dec
11 Papers; 1830 Jan - Mar
12 Papers; 1830 Apr - May
13 Papers; 1830 Jun - Sep
14 Papers; 1830 Oct - Dec
15 Papers; 1831
16 Papers; 1832 Jan- Jun
17 Papers; 1832 Jul - Dec
18 Papers; 1833 Jan - Apr
19 Papers; 1833 May - Dec
Box Folder
3 1 Papers; 1834 Jan - May
2 Papers; 1834 Jun - Sept
3 Papers; 1834 Oct - Dec
4 Papers; 1835 Jan - Jun
5 Papers; 1835 Jul - Dec
6 Papers; 1836 Jan - Apr
7 Papers; 1836 May - Aug
8 Papers; 1836 Sep- Dec
9 Papers; 1837 Jan - Jun
10 Papers; 1837 Jul - Dec
11 Papers; 1838 Jan- Jun
12 Papers; 1838 Jul- Dec
13 Papers; 1839 Jan - Jun
14 Papers; 1839 Jul - Dec
15 Papers; 1840 Jan - Apr
16 Papers; 1840 May - Dec
17 Papers; 1841
18 Papers; 1842
19 Papers; 1843
20 Papers; undated
21 Papers; undated
22 Account book of Mrs. S. Lee; 1829-1830
23 Letter copy book of George William Lee; 1821-1830

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