David Gelston Papers (Coll. 170)

An Inventory of the Collection at the G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport

Collection register prepared by the Manuscripts Division.

Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.
Mystic, Connecticut

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Gelston, David
Title: David Gelston Papers
Dates: 1800-1843 (bulk 1801-1820)
Abstract: This 5,000-piece collection contains correspondence, accounts, reports, and other documents kept by David Gelston during the time that he served as Collector of Customs for the Port of New York. Although we have indicated the period represented as 1800-1843, the greatest concentration of material falls between 1801 and 1820. There are no papers relative to Gelston's earlier political or business activities, and the approximately 200 pieces dated after 1820 primarily involve his efforts to clear up his unsettled accounts with the Treasury Department.
Quantity: 5000 items
Identification: Coll. 170

Biography of David Gelston

David Gelston was the Collector for the Port of New York from 1801 through 1820. During the 25 years prior to this appointment he had followed a political career which included terms in the New York Assembly and Constitutional Convention, the Continental Congress of 1789, and the New York State Senate. He and a partner, Gilbert Saltonstall, also had a New York merchant shipping firm during the last decade of the eighteenth century.

President Thomas Jefferson appointed Gelston to the collectorship in 1801, and he succeeded Joshua Sands to the office in July of that year. Assisting Gelston at the Customs House was the port Naval Officer, and the Surveyor, who had general supervision over the various outdoor activities. Below these principals came scores of clerks, inspectors, weighers, gaugers, and other lesser officials. For example, a letter from the Surveyor to Gelston, dated August 1818, states that there were 64 inspectors employed by the Port of New York, eight of whom worked at the Public Store.

While the collection of duties on incoming goods was the original purpose for establishing customs houses, many other functions had been delegated to the Collector and his staff by the time Gelston took over the position. He was responsible for the activities and maintenance of the Revenue Cutters assigned to the port, as well as the lighthouses and buoys. The marine hospital and quarantine grounds on Staten Island were also the Collector's responsibility, as was the operation of the Public Store (where confiscated goods and cargoes were deposited and often auctioned by the government). Much of the daily routine involved preparing and issuing shipping documents, registers, enrollments, sea letters, and numbers of other papers involving the movement of vessels, cargoes, and passengers through the Port of New York. Gelston's authority extended to all parts of the New York Customs District, which included not only New York City, but the Hudson River up to Troy, and most of Long Island.

Ultimately the Collector was directly responsible to the Treasury Department for administering and enforcing the nation's maritime regulations. During Gelston's term this meant ensuring that American neutrality was not compromised through violations of the embargo acts, and that other trade and tariff legislation created by the Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe administrations was being carried out.

Violations of these laws and regulations usually resulted in legal action by the government against the accused offenders through the New York District and Circuit Courts, where two types of cases predominated. The first consisted of individual libels against a vessel, "her tackle, apparel, and furniture" to satisfy personal claims for wages or other debts, while the second type involved customs cases, frequently expressed as "U. S. vs 7 Bales of Woolens," etc. Prosecution was usually directed by the U. S. District Attorney working with the Collector, and various witnesses, many of whom were paid by the government for their testimony. A certificate issued by the New York District Court in 1827 stated that "not less than two hundred and fifty libels against ships and vessels, and not less than two thousand libels against property of various description" were initiated by David Gelston during his time as Collector.

It was difficult, however, to successfully prosecute embargo violations. Collectors could seize vessels or cargo if they felt there was intent to break the law, but the court generally did not accept suspicion as sufficient grounds for a conviction, and the government would frequently loose its case. Often, after an acquittal the Collector would be counter sued for damages, and it was not until 1809 that Congress afforded legal protection to Collectors against such suits, It is to Gelston's credit that in the face of such obstacles he was still commended by the Treasury Secretary, Albert Gallatin, for his rigorous enforcement of the embargo legislation.

Gelston resigned the collectorship in December 1820 at the age of 76, leaving the position to his successor, Jonathan Thompson. Unfortunately, the last eight years of his life, spent in retirement with his family in New York City, were troubled with an ongoing confrontation with the Comptroller's office of the Treasury Department. The Treasury Department claimed their books indicated that Gelston was indebted to the U. S. government for nearly $45,000 in unsettled accounts. Even after his death in 1828, the Gelston estate was still producing records for the Comptroller's office which might clear away various portions of the alleged debt, that by 1842 still totaled somewhat more than $36,000.

This incident represented an unfortunate climax to what seems to have been a long life of honest public service. David Gelston held the collectorship of the largest and most prosperous Customs District in the nation, a major patronage position, through three different Republican administrations totaling nearly 20 years, a period of longevity unmatched to this day.


Scope and Content

The Gelston Papers are arranged chronologically, with occasional further organization by subject, and contained in 24 legal size document boxes. Most of the correspondence is filed in Boxes 1 through 12, the first two of which contain only Gelston's outgoing drafts organized by day, month and year. These drafts cover general customs matters, with numerous letters, notes, and memos to the Surveyor and inspectors, and to shippers or other individuals doing business with the Customs House. Boxes 3 and 4 are filled with similarly arranged incoming general correspondence, much of it related to Gelston's drafts in the previous boxes. Surveyors' and inspectors' reports regarding the boarding and searching of vessels, the confiscating of illegal cargos, and the investigation of smuggling activities are present, along with letters from merchants and others doing business through the Collector's Office.

Gelston's correspondence with the U. S. Treasury Department - incoming and outgoing drafts interfiled in chronological order - fill the next five boxes. Correspondence with Treasury Secretaries Albert Gallatin 1803-1814, Alexander J. Dallas 1814-1816, and William Crawford 1816 - 1820, involve interpretation of the embargo laws to specific cases, instructions for enforcing new trade legislation, suggestions for appointments to Customs House positions, and the receipt of circulars and Treasury decisions regarding various libel cases before the District Court. The correspondence between David Gelston and the Comptroller's Office generally concerns his accounts with the Treasury Department for everything from expenses incurred during libel cases, to money paid out for renting and refurbishing the Customs House. Accountability for the expenses and income involved in the operation of the Port of New York was controlled through the Comptroller's Office.

A limited amount of correspondence - primarily outgoing drafts with the Secretary of State and the President of the United States is filed in Box 9. Included here is a draft of Gelston's letter of resignation, August 18, 1820, to President James Monroe.

Box 10 contains an interesting collection of correspondence, incoming and outgoing, relative to impressment of American seamen, and to people in debtors' prison. Here also is a series of incoming letters, 1812-1813, to Gelston from people informing the Collector of embargo violations. These "informers' letters" were evidently the product of legislation that would bring rewards to these people if the government successfully prosecuted the violators based on their information.

Correspondence between Gelston and Collectors at other ports is found in Box 11. Arranged alphabetically by port, with Boston and Philadelphia the most prominent, the letters cover general matters of coordinating enforcement of laws, alerting Collectors to the arrival at their port of vessels that might be in violation of the embargo, and other similar subjects.

Correspondence regarding government and libel cases against embargo violators is filed in Box 12. Primarily there are outgoing drafts and incoming letters, chronologically interfiled, between David Gelston and New York District Attorneys Edward Livingston 1802-1804, Nathan Sanford 1805-1814, and Jonathan Fisk 1815-1819. Included is correspondence with Attorney Charles Baldwin, who evidently sued Gelston for attorney's fees. Related documents and other papers regarding these cases before the District Court are filed chronologically in Box 20.

Box 13 contains papers and documents relative to the operation of the Public Store, a place where confiscated goods and cargos were deposited while questions of guilt or innocence were being decided. Should no violations be found, the items would be released to the shippers or consignees. If the law had been broken, the goods would eventually be sold, usually at auction, with the income going to the government. The Public Store was one of Gelston's more important responsibilities, as was the operation of the Marine Hospital, and some of his reports and other general papers regarding the hospital are found in Box 14.

The Collector was also responsible for the operation of the Port's revenue cutters. The captains of these vessels received their commissions from the Treasury Department, sometimes after being recommended for the position by the Collector. Box 15 contains correspondence and related documents and papers relative to cutter operations, and construction of cutters in New York shipyards. The papers are arranged alphabetically by vessel name.

An interesting and varied collection of papers regarding general operation of the Customs House has been organized by subject and filed in Box 16. Here one will find lists of clerks employed by the Port of New York, and a list of inspectors for 1814, information regarding libels, accounts of annual expenses, and a petition to remove the Surveyor from office. Box 17 contains Gelston's quarterly reports and current accounts with the U. S. Government, and while some reports are missing, it still represents a valid presentation of the Collector's major accounts between 1801 and 1820.

Boxes 18 and 19 contains papers, documents and related correspondence for vessels that had been suspected of violating the embargo or other customs regulations. The material is arranged by vessel name.

As previously mentioned, Box 20 is filled with papers regarding embargo and customs violations that were brought before the New York District Court. Included are sworn libel statements, receipts for witnesses, and other related documents, all arranged in chronological order- 1801 to 1820. These court cases were an important part of Gelston's activities as Collector, and would eventually be the chief cause of his accounting difficulties with the Treasury Department when he retired. While we have attempted to bring together all papers obviously relative to these cases in this box, the researcher should not hesitate to check for related information in other areas of the Gelston Papers.

In Box 21 are bonds and related papers. In this instance the bonds were between individuals and the government, pledging compliance with our maritime laws and regulations during a forthcoming voyage by a vessel under their control. Violations of these agreements would usually result in a government libel suit against the bond holder in District Court.

Box 22 contains papers relative to Gelston's problems with the Treasury Department after he retired. Primarily correspondence between him and the Comptroller, Joseph Anderson, along with copies of accounts and receipts, etc., the items are chronologically arranged, 1820-1843.

Miscellaneous papers are contained in the last two boxes. Box 23 has been organized by subject, and here will be found shipping manifests for various vessels, a detailed description of a proposed lighthouse, 1810, information regarding relative values of international currencies, and correspondence between Gelston and captains of two Royal Navy ships anchored off New York, September 3-7, 1807. Box 24 contains bills, receipts, memos, unidentified documents and papers, all filed by year, 1800-1820, plus undated material.

Items in this collection are considered to be in fair to good condition. Xeroxing of limited numbers of pieces in this collection is possible after an evaluation of their condition by the manuscripts staff. Researchers must be aware of the importance of the DAVID GELSTON PAPERS, and agree to treat each piece with appropriate consideration due to fragile items of historical significance.


Index Terms

Corporate Bodies (Including Vessels):
Alexander Hamilton United States Custom House (New York, N.Y.)
United States. Dept. of State
United States. Dept. of the Treasury
United States. District Court (New York : Southern District)--Public records
United States. District Court (New York)--Public records
United States. Revenue-Cutter Service
Subjects:
Customhouses--New York
Customs administration--United States
Customs administration--United States--Officials and employees
Embargo, 1807-1809
Ports of entry--United States
Ships--New York (State)--New York
Smuggling--New York (State)--New York
Document Types:
Accounts--New York (State)
Reports--New York (State)
Ship's papers

Detailed Description of the Collection

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

Outgoing drafts of general business letters; 1802-1820
Box Folder
1 1 Business letters; 1802
2 Business letters; 1803-1806
3 Business letters; 1807
4 Business letters; 1808
5 Business letters; 1809
6 Business letters; 1810
7 Business letters; 1811 Jan-Sep
8 Business letters; 1811 Oct-Dec
9 Business letters; 1812
10 Business letters; 1813
11 Business letters; 1814
Box Folder
2 1 Business letters; 1815
2 Business letters; 1816
3 Business letters; 1817
4 Business letters; 1818
5 Business letters; 1819 Jan-Jul
6 Business letters; 1819 Aug-Dec
7 Business letters; 1820
Incoming general correspondence; 1800-1820
Box Folder
3 1 Correspondence; 1800
2 Correspondence; 1801
3 Correspondence; 1802
4 Correspondence; 1803
5 Correspondence; 1804
6 Correspondence; 1805
7 Correspondence; 1806
8 Correspondence; 1807
9 Correspondence; 1808
10 Correspondence; 1809
11 Correspondence; 1810 Jan-Jun
12 Correspondence; 1810 Jul-Dec
13 Correspondence; 1811
14 Correspondence; 1812
15 Correspondence; 1813
Box Folder
4 1 Correspondence; 1814
2 Correspondence; 1815
3 Correspondence; 1816
4 Correspondence; 1817
5 Correspondence; 1818 Jan-Jun
6 Correspondence; 1818 Jul-Dec
7 Correspondence; 1819 Jan-Jun
8 Correspondence; 1819 Jul-Dec
9 Correspondence; 1820
10 Incoming correspondence (photo copies); undated
11 Correspondence between people other than David Gelston; 1804-1818
Gelston's correspondence with Secretaries of Treasury; 1803-1820
Box Folder
5 1 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1803
2 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1804
3 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1805
4 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1806
5 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1807
6 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1808 Jan-Jun
7 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1808 Jul-Dec
8 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1809 Jan-May
9 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1809 Jun-Dec
10 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1810 Jan-Jun
11 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1810 Jul-Dec
Box Folder
6 1 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1811
2 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1812
3 Correspondence with Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury; 1813
4 Correspondence with A. Gallatin, A. J. Dallas, Secretaries of Treasury; 1814
5 Correspondence with A. J. Dallas, Secretary of Treasury; 1815 Jan-Jun
6 Correspondence with A. J. Dallas, Secretary of Treasury; 1815 Jul-Dec
7 Correspondence with A. J. Dallas, William Crawford, Secretaries of Treasury; 1816
8 Correspondence with William Crawford, Secretary of Treasury; 1817
9 Correspondence with William Crawford, Secretary of Treasury; 1818
10 Correspondence with William Crawford, Secretary of Treasury; 1819-1820
Gelston's correspondence with Comptrollers (Treasury Dept.); 1803-1820
Box Folder
7 1 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1803-1805
2 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1806
3 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1807
4 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1808
5 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1809
6 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1810
7 Correspondence with Gabriel Duval, Comptroller; 1811
8 Correspondence with Richard Rush, Comptroller; 1812
9 Correspondence with Richard Rush, Comptroller; 1813
10 Correspondence with Comptroller; 1814
Box Folder
8 1 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1815 Jan-Jun
2 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1815 Jul-Dec
3 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1816 Jan-Jun
4 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1816 Jul-Dec
5 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1817
6 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1818 Jan-Jun
7 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1818 Jul-Dec
8 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1819
9 Correspondence with Joseph Anderson, Comptroller; 1820
Gelston's general correspondence with Treasury Department, Secretary of State and President; 1810-1820
Box Folder
9 1 General Treasury Department correspondence; 1810-1816
2 General Treasury Department correspondence; 1817-1820
3 Treasury Department circulars, and instructions to collectors; 1808-1818
4 Treasury Department decisions regarding libel cases, signed by Secretary of Treasury; 1816
5 Treasury Department receipts; 1810-1820
6 Gelston's correspondence with Secretary of State; 1806-1817
7 Gelston's correspondence with President of United States; 1818-1820
Correspondence regarding impressed seamen, prisoners, and with "informers" of embargo violations; ca. 1810-1820
Box Folder
10 1 Correspondence regarding impressed seamen and prisoners; 1810-1813
2 Correspondence regarding debtors' prison; 1809-1820
3 "Informers" letters to Gelston regarding embargo violations; 1812 Aug-1813 Dec
Gelston's correspondence with Collectors at other ports; ca. 1810-1820
Box Folder
11 1 Baltimore
2 Boston
3 Champlain (District of)
4 Fairfield
5 Middletown
6 New Bedford
7 New Haven
8 New London
9 New Orleans
10 Newport
11 Norfolk
12 Perth Amboy
13 Philadelphia
14 Providence
15 Wilmington
16 Collectors in Maine (i.e. Massachusetts).
17 Collectors in Vermont and New Hampshire
18 Collectors in Virginia. Miscellaneous/unidentified ports.
Correspondence with New York District Attorneys (and Charles Baldwin); 1802-1819
Box Folder
12 1 Correspondence with Edward Livingston, N.Y. District Attorney; 1802-1804
2 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1805-1806
3 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1807
4 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1808
5 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1809
6 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1810
7 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1811
8 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1812
9 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1813
10 Correspondence with Nathan Sanford, N.Y. District Attorney; 1814
11 Correspondence with Jonathan Fisk, N.Y. District Attorney; 1815-1819
12 Correspondence with Charles Baldwin, Attorney; 1809-1819
Papers relative to operations of the Public Store; ca. 1807-1820
Box Folder
13 1 Documents, receipts, etc. for items deposited in Public Store; 1807-1818
2 Documents, receipts, etc. for items returned from Public Store; 1809-1820
3 Accounts, etc. for sales of items from Public Store; 1802-1819
4 Papers and documents relative to Public Store operations; 1809-1820
Papers relative to New York Marine Hospital; 1816-1818
Box Folder
14 1 General papers; 1816-1818
2 Monthly patient reports; 1816-1818
3 Quarterly reports; 1816-1818
Papers relative to activities and acquisition of Revenue Cutters; 1808-1819
Box Folder
15 1 Revenue Cutter ACTIVE; 1810-1817
2 Revenue Cutter ARGUS; 1808
3 Revenue Cutter COMM. BARRY; 1812
4 Revenue Cutter EAGLE; 1812 -1814
5 Pilot Boat LOOKOUT; 1808
6 Revenue Cutter JAMES MADISON (British capture of); 1812 Nov
7 Revenue Cutters ALABAMA and LOUISIANA; 1818-1819
8 Revenue Cutter MERCURY; 1808
9 Revenue Cutter PROTECTOR; 1809
10 Revenue Cutter THORN; 1808
11 Papers and documents regarding building of Revenue Cutters; 1806-1819
12 Treasury Department Commissions for Revenue Cutter Service; 1809-1817
13 Miscellaneous information regarding Revenue Cutters and their activities ca; 1810-1819
Papers, reports, lists, accounts, etc., regarding operations of Customs House; 1807-1820
Box Folder
16 1 Gelston/N. Pendleton, regarding refurbishing building into Customs House; 1812
2 Lease agreements for property at #20 Wall Street; 1815-1817
3 Accounts of annual expenses for Customs House; 1809-1815
4 Annual Statement of Fees and Emoluments; 1807-1815
5 Reports of "Weekly return of monies received and paid to the Customs Houses'; 1816, 1818, 1820
6 Abstract of Fees Coastwise collected in District of New York; 1813-1815
7 Quarterly payment receipts for person employed by Collector; 1812 Dec-1814 Mar
8 Lists of clerks, and monetary settlements; 1809 -1815, 1819
9 Abstract of forfeitures received by Gelston (quarterly); 1818 Mar
10 List of inspectors for Port of New York; 1814
11 Petition to remove surveyor, Port of New York; 1817 Nov-Dec
12 Information regarding bribes at Customs House; ca 1819
13 List of public property under care of the Collector; 1807 Jan-Mar
14 Inventory of stationery and books, Collector's office; Dec 1820
15 Lists of vessels seized at the Port of New York; 1808-1820
16 Statement regarding regulations of surcharges, duties, etc. at Customs House; ca. 1815
Papers, quarterly reports of accounts between Gelston and the United States government; 1801-1821
Box Folder
17 1 Accounts Current; 1801-1805
2 Accounts Current; 1806-1807
3 Accounts Current; 1808-1809
4 Accounts Current; 1810-1811
5 Accounts Current; 1812-1813
6 Accounts Current; 1814-1815
7 Accounts Current; 1816-1817
8 Accounts Current; 1818-1819
9 Accounts Current; 1820-1821
Papers and ship's documents (by vessel name); 1806-1826
Box Folder
18 1 Brig ALLIGATOR; 1818 May-Dec
2 Ship AMERICAN EAGLE; 1806-1826
3 Ship ANN; 1811 Sep
4 Schooner ANN ELIZA; 1813 Nov-1814 Apr
5 Sloop ANN MARIA; 1811-1814
6 Ship ANNAWAN; 1809-1811
7 Brig AURORA; 1810 Feb-Jul
8 Ship BEAVER; 1816 Apr-Aug
9 Sloop BETSEY; 1812 Jun-Dec
10 Ship BRISTOL; 1810 Dec-1811 Apr
11 Brig CANNON; 1812 Aug-Sep
12 Brig CERES; 1808 Jun
13 Brig CHARLES (alias MARIAWA); 1809 Jan-Mar
14 Sloop COMET; 1813 Jan-Mar
15 Ship CONSTANCIA (alias GREYHOUND); 1810 Jul
16 Schooner CYNTHIA; 1813 Aug-Oct
17 CORNELIA; 1812 Dec
18 Ship DRYAD; 1809-1810
19 Schooner EAGLE; 1808-1809
20 Ship EDWARD; 1811-1812
21 Brig ELIZABETH; 1811 Aug-Nov
22 Sloop EXPERIMENT; 1813-1814
23 Ship FAIR HELEN; 1810 Mar-Jun
24 Schooner FANNY; 1808-1809
25 Ship FAVORITE; 1812-1814
26 Ship FAYLE; 1815 Aug
27 Brig FOX; 1811 Feb
28 Brig FRANCIS LEWIS (alias LA GUADA); 1809-1826
29 Ship GANGES; 1810 Apr-Oct
30 Brig HARVEY HYDE; 1811-1818
31 Brig HOLKAR; 1812 Sep
32 Ship HORATIO (and Ship CURIAZO); 1818, 1819 Sep-Nov
33 Schooner JANE; 1818-1820
34 Sloop JOHN & HANNAH; 1813 Feb-Mar
35 Ship JOSEPHINE; 1801-1804
36 Ship LIBERTY; 1808-1812
37 Ship LOUISA; 1810-1815
38 Schooner LUCY and Sloop ANN MARIA; 1809-1811
Box Folder
19 1 Brig MARIANA; 1809 Mar-Dec
2 Sloop MARY ANN; 1811 Jun
3 Ship MOSES BROWN; 1813 Sep-Nov
4 Ship ORBIT; 1812-1813
5 Ship PACIFIC; 1813-1816
6 Brig PERSEVERANCE; 1811 Mar-Apr
7 Schooner PRESIDENT; 1810 Jan
8 Ship RAMBLER; 1810 Aug
9 Sloop REGULATOR; 1812 Apr-Nov
10 Schooner RESOLUTION; 1811 Feb
11 Sloop RESOLUTION; 1813 Dec
12 Ship RICHARD; 1812 Jul-Aug
13 Sloop ROXANNA; 1811 Sep-Oct
14 Ship ST THOMAS (alias SUPERB); 1809 Mar-Aug
15 Schooner SALLY; 1811 Jun-Sep
16 Schooner SLOTH; 1808-1809
17 Brig STEPHEN; 1809-1810
18 Schooner SWIFT; 1810 Feb-Mar
19 Ship TABER; 1809-1810
20 Brig THAMES; 1811 Mar
21 Brig THETIS; 1809-1823
22 Schooner THREE BROTHERS; 1810 Feb
23 Schooner TRANSIT; 1815
24 Brig UNDAUNTED; 1809-1811
25 Schooner UNION; 1811 Mar-Oct
26 Ship UNION; 1809 Nov-1810 May
27 Ship WASHINGTON; 1815 Jun
28 Brig WILLIAM (alias HAVANA); 1808-1809
29 Brig WILLIAM; 1811-1812
30 Brig WILLIAM GRAY; 1809-1810
31 Sloop WILLIAM HENRY; 1815-1823
Papers regarding embargo and customs violations brought to New York District Court; 1801-1820
Box Folder
20 1 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1801-1807
2 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1808
3 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1809
4 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1810
5 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1811
6 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1812
7 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1813
8 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1814
9 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1815
10 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1816
11 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1817
12 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1818
13 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1819
14 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; 1820
15 New York District Court cases; documents, libel statements, witness receipts, etc.; undated
Papers, primarily bonds and related documents, between individuals and the government, pledging compliance with maritime regulations during a vessel's voyage; 1801-1819
Box Folder
21 1 Bonds; 1802-1819
2 Miscellaneous lists, statements, accounts, etc. relative to bonds; 1801-1812
3 Notices from United States District Attorney, Nathan Sanford to Gelston stating that costs of various libel suits have been paid; 1804-1809
Papers relative to Gelston's estate, and to claims against him by the Treasury Department after he left office; 1821-1843
Box Folder
22 1 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1821
2 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1822
3 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1823
4 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1824
5 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1825
6 Treasury claims, papers and documents; 1826
7 Treasury claims and Gelston estate; 1827-1830
8 Treasury claims and Gelston estate; 1834-1841
9 U. S. House and Senate bills and reports regarding Treasury Department's claims against Gelston estate; 1834-1843
10 Draft of letter from Gelston to LaFayette; 1823 Jul 31
11 Handwritten copy of Albert Gallatin's resume of David Gelston's service as Collector; 1829 Dec 14
Miscellaneous papers; ca. 1801-1820
Box Folder
23 1 Letter indicating that Jonathan Thompson succeeded Gelston as Collector; 1820 Dec
2 Manifests for various vessels; ca. 1809-1818
3 Papers regarding construction & maintenance at Staten Island Quarantine grounds; 1818-1820
4 Information regarding relative values of international currencies; 1804 and 1810 Oct
5 Proposals by pilots, shipowners, and merchants detailing lighthouse locations and methods; 1805-1806
6 Detailed description of a proposed lighthouse; 1810
7 Papers relative to the case of Hugh K. Toter; ca. 1819-1826
8 Sea Letter, Ship GLOBE, signed by President James Madison; 1810 Feb 19
9 Papers regarding smuggled goods confiscated in Newark, N.J.; 1813 Dec-1814 Feb
10 Correspondence between Gelston and captains of Royal Navy Ships JASON and COLUMBINE, anchored off New York; 1807 Sep 3-7
11 Correspondence describing assistance given to ships of the Royal Navy off coast of North Carolina; 1813
12 Papers regarding Samuel Osgood estate with Gelston (Osgood was New York Customs District's Naval Officer); 1812-1816
13 Papers regarding Comfort Sand's suit against Gelston; ca 1797-1818
14 List of duties paid on vessels arriving at New York; 1810 Aug-Sep
15 Receipts for newspaper subscriptions; ca 1816
16 Newspaper clippings; ca 1815
17 Newspaper: "The True American", Trenton, N.J.; 1807 Dec 21
General miscellaneous papers; 1800-1820 and undated
Box Folder
24 1 Papers; 1800-1801
2 Papers; 1802-1805
3 Papers; 1806
4 Papers; 1807
5 Papers; 1808
6 Papers; 1809
7 Papers; 1810
8 Papers; 1811
9 Papers; 1812
10 Papers; 1813
11 Papers; 1814
12 Papers; 1815
13 Papers; 1816
14 Papers; 1817
15 Papers; 1818
16 Papers; 1819
17 Papers; 1820
18 Papers; undated

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 William Adams in Box 12, Folder 8 of the collection.
Adams, William (Shipmaster) 12/8
Addoms, Jonas 13/4
Albert, Jacob 10/3
Alex, Wolcott 2/6
Allen, Freeman 4/1, 4/5, 6/8
Anderson, (Shipmaster) 8/4
Anderson, James 4/11
Anderson, Joseph (Comptroller of the U.S. Treasury) 7/6, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3, 8/4, 8/5, 8/6, 8/7, 8/8, 8/9, 22/5
Anthony, J. 4/8
Arcambeal, L. (French Consul) 1/7
Armance, S. 2/3
Armstrong, John 3/10
Artur, J. J. 4/4
Askwith, (Shipmaster) 11/2, 12/5
Aspinwall, J. 4/11, 10/3
Astor, John Jacob 7/6
Atkins, Joshua (Shipmaster) 12/6
Atwood, John (Shipmaster) 12/4
Avery, Samuel (Shipmaster) 12/11
Bach, Robert 10/3
Bacon, Ezekial 1/11, 7/10
Bael, Henry (Shipmaster) 12/8
Baged, John 1/3
Bailee, William 7/3
Baker, Jacob 5/4
Baker, John Martin 2/1, 3/11
Bakey, Joseph (Shipmaster) 12/8
Baldwin, Charles 2/6, 6/10, 12/12
Barclay, Tho 1/3, 3/10
Barker, William 10/3
Barlow, Jose 1/7, 3/14
Barnard, (Shipmaster) 12/7
Barnes, Parker 2/5
Barnes, William 10/3
Barrow, J. 3/13
Bartels, (Shipmaster) 12/11
Bartlett, (Shipmaster) 19/6
Bathurst, M. 2/5
Baxter, Shubert 3/9, 12/4
Bayarding, R. 2/3
Bayer, Governor 2/3
Beaveridge, Michael (Shipmaster) 12/11
Becker, (Shipmaster) 2/3
Beckman, John (Shipmaster) 1/3
Belding, Jared (Shipmaster) 12/15
Bell, A. 6/9
Bell, Isaac 3/10
Bellin, James 1/10
Benchley, W. G. 4/8
Benjamin, (Shipmaster) 3/7
Benjamin, G. 3/11
Benjamin, John 1/7
Benjamin, P. W. 2/6
Benson, William 3/8, 3/11
Beresford, (Shipmaster) 5/2
Beuling, Samuel 1/3
Beuren, W. 4/4
Bibley, Robert (Shipmaster) 12/11
Bird, H. (Shipmaster) 19/8
Bishop, A. 2/3, 2/4
Blackler, Henry (Shipmaster) 12/11
Blake, George 3/11
Blake, Reuben (Shipmaster) 11/4
Blakeley, Thomas 11/2
Bloodgood, A. 4/8
Bogart, William 10/3
Bogert, Gilbert 9/6
Bonnett, M. 4/8
Bool, (Shipmaster) 19/4
Bool, Henry 10/3
Borduset, D. 4/3, 4/11
Boune, J. 4/1
Bowne, W. 2/2
Boyd, George 2/4, 4/4
Bradford, John F. 3/9
Braid, Joseph 4/2
Brans, Edward (Shipmaster) 12/5
Brasley, R. G. 4/8
Brewster, C. 1/3, 1/8
Brewster, Caleb (Shipmaster) 15/1
Brewster, G. (Shipmaster) 1/3
Brewster, John 2/6
Brewster, Joseph W. (Shipmaster) 12/8
Bridgen, Edward 10/1
Brilliston, C. 1/7
Bristol, William 2/4
Brooks, Governor 2/3
Broome, John 1/2
Brown, (Shipmaster) 12/11
Brown, Enoch (Shipmaster) 12/1
Brown, James 4/6
Brown, John 1/2
Brown, John (Shipmaster) 10/3, 11/15
Brown, Whipple 4/4
Browne, (Shipmaster) 19/5
Browne, Joseph 1/3
Brownell, Paul (Shipmaster) 11/12
Bruce, Robert 10/3
Brugher, D. 4/2
Bruno, John 3/14
Buch, James 2/3
Buctrite, William 2/6
Buell, Samuel 1/8
Buiren, William V. 1/8
Bulley, D. C. 2/11
Bullock, Asa 1/7
Bunale, Jonathan 3/7
Bunker, (Shipmaster) 5/9
Bunsite, William 4/8
Burges, John (Shipmaster) 11/2
Burgher, D. 3/7, 3/12, 3/13, 4/11
Burk, Walter (Shipmaster) 12/4
Busale, T. 1/8
Butler, Joseph 3/11
Butler, P. 3/10
Byers, William 4/11
Cack, Elijah 10/3
Cahaone, Henry (Shipmaster) 2/6, 4/8
Cahoone, Henry 15/1
Caines, William 9/6
Caldwell, E. B. 2/3
Calhoon, J. C. 2/5
Campbell, A. 2/1
Campbell, George (Shipmaster) 4/11
Campbell, James 10/3
Carid, John 2/6
Carne, John 3/8
Caron, (Shipmaster) 8/6
Caron, Isaac 7/6, 10/3
Carrington, J. W. 10/3
Cartwright, (Shipmaster) 4/11
Casenove, Charles 1/7
Cathalon, Stephen 4/10
Cathcart, J. C. 3/11
Catlin, Guy 11/17
Catlin, L. 2/3
Charrall, Edward 10/3
Chase, Paul (Shipmaster) 12/4
Chen, Bev 2/4
Chew, B. 2/7
Chew, Claiborne 5/9, 7/6, 7/7
Christee, G. 1/3
Christian, Charles 3/12
Christie, G. 1/3
Clark, John 2/4, 4/4
Clarkson, W. 3/7
Cloutman, Thomas (Shipmaster) 12/5
Cock, Andrew 3/7
Coffin, David (Shipmaster) 12/8
Coit, Oliver (Shipmaster) 12/4
Cole, D. F. 2/7
Coler, Jonathan 2/3
Coles, (Shipmaster) 8/4, 8/7
Coles, Theo 2/3
Colleum, John (Shipmaster) 12/8, 12/9
Collins, James (Shipmaster) 19/8
Condit, John 2/6, 4/8
Cook, Francis 2/4
Cooper, C. D. 2/3
Cornell, Charles 4/4
Cornwall, Aspinwall 10/3
Cort, Levi 10/3
Costagan, Francis (Shipmaster) 2/6
Costie, G. 1/3
Coxe, T. 3/14
Cracham, John 10/3
Crawford, William 4/11, 6/8
Cross, Latham (Shipmaster) 12/8
Crowell, Joseph (Shipmaster) 11/12
Crownshield, B. W. 2/1
Cunningham, Mathew 3/8
Curtenius, Pieter 3/15
Cuthacan, Stephen 4/4
DaCosta, Domingo (Shipmaster) 12/9
Daggett, David 2/4, 4/5, 4/6
Dailey, Robert 10/3
Dallas, Alexander (Shipmaster) 6/4
Dashcoff, W. 4/6
Davidson, John 2.3
Davis, Elias, Jr. 11/2
Davis, Goldsmith 1/8, 3/14
Davis, Joel 6/2
Davis, Jonathan / Joshua (Shipmaster) 1/8, 3/10, 3/13
Davis, Nat L. 4/1
Davison, (Shipmaster) 11/2
Day, Ferguson 10/3
Day, John 10/3
Dayton, John 2/4
Dayton, Jona 3/14, 4/4
de Lafayette, Marquis 22/10
DeForest, (Shipmaster) 4/11
Delafield, John 3/13
Demance, Samuel 1/8
DeMilt, 8/8
Deming, H. 2/5
Demmer, W. V. 2/4
Depeyster, (Shipmaster) 11/2
Dering, H. 1/3
DeWitt, B. 2/4, 4/6
Dick, Samuel (Shipmaster) 12/7
Dill, James 2/4
Doane, John (Shipmaster) 4/7, 11/15
Dodge, Ezekiel 3/10, 3/14
Donohue, Peter 4/3
Dow, John 3/13
Doyle, Thomas 1/9
Duane, J. S. 2/7
Duane, William 2/4
Dunbar, (Shipmaster) 3/13
Duncan, W. V. 2/5
Duplese, George (Shipmaster) 12/4
DuPont, Peter 2/5
Duval, Gabriel (Comptoller of the U.S. Treasury) 7/1
Dwight, Benjamin W. 10/3
Eagan, Peter (Shipmaster) 12/8
Eddy, Thomas 4/8, 14/3
Eelback, Peter 2/3
Eichelbarger, W. O. 10/3
Elton, John 3/10
Emmett, J. A. 4/1
Emmett, W. 2/4
Emory, J. 2/7
English, Thomas 4/6
Eustis, William 2/4, 4/6
Evans, Samuel (Commodore USN) 2/3, 4/11
Facile, James 3/7
Fairchild, Robert 2/4, 4/6, 4/11
Fairlee, James 3/7
Fallions, Robert 10/3
Farwell, (Shipmaster) 11/2
Fauxbury, A. 4/11
Fay, J. D. 3/9
Fell, John 3/9
Ferret, R. 2/7
Few, W. 4/1
Field, James Lt 1/5
Fisk, Jonathan 4/11
Fleet, Samuel 3/15
Fleetwood, William 3/10
Forbes, Elisha 3/14
Forbes, J. W. 2/7
Forreck, R. 2/6
Forred, N. 1/10
Forrest, Richard 4/8
Forrest, T. H. 4/8
Fowler, Gilbert (Shipmaster) 12/7
Fowles, James 8/4
Frankes, Elisha 1/8
Freim, A. 2/3
French, George (Shipmaster) 12/8
Gadsden, James 4/1
Gaffcir, G. G. 2/5
Gallatin, Albert (Secretary of the Treasury) 4/11, 5/1, 5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 5/8, 5/9, 5/10, 5/11, 6/1, 6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 6/5, 7/4
Garden, (Shipmaster) 2/3
Garden, A. 7/4
Gelston, H. 2/5
Gelston, Maltby 24/2
Gennett, E. G. 3/14
Gibbon, J. 4/7
Gibbons, J. 2/5
Gibbs, Caleb (Shipmaster) 19/2
Gibbs, G. 4/11
Gibson, Patrick 4/5
Gifford, William 1/7, 3/7
Gilbert, Peter 3/11
Gill, (Shipmaster) 5/9
Gillespie, James 6/2
Gordon, Charles 3/12
Gracie, A. 3/10
Graff, John 4/11
Graham, J. 1/9
Graves, J. B. 8/7
Gray, John 3/15
Greenmond, William (Shipmaster) 1/8
Griswold, John 4/1
Griswold, W. G. 3/11
Guely, Sam 4/11
Guydam, Richard 10/3
Hadrian, Richard (Shipmaster) 12/11
Haff, I. 2/3
Haff, J. 2/4, 3/15, 4/1, 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 4/6, 16/11
Haine, C. 1/3
Hale, Daniel 3/5
Hall, (Shipmaster) 7/2
Hall, Asahel 3/14
Hall, Daniel 1/2
Hamilton, Hezekiah 2/4
Hammeken, G. 4/1
Hammeken, G. 1/3
Hampshire, N. 2/3
Handy, James 3/13
Hardey, George 4/6
Harmes, Charles (Shipmaster) 12/11
Harris, Emmet 3/12, 3/13
Harrison, Koley (Shipmaster) 12/7
Harrison, Richard 1/1, 3/3, 8/6
Harrison, Robert 4/6
Hartshorne, William 3/11
Hawes, John 2/7
Hay, George 2/4, 2/5, 4/7
Hayden, Samuel (Shipmaster) 12/8
Heatheret, John 10/3
Heathistle, John 10/3
Hedden, Zadork 4/5
Hendon, Z. 4/11
Hican, John (Shipmaster) 12/3
Hicks, Oliver (Shipmaster) 11/12
Hicks, Samuel 10/3
Hill, Henry 3/9
Hillard, G. (Shipmaster) 11/8
Hirsch, Mr. 5/11
Hoffman, George 10/3
Hoffman, John 10/3
Hoffman, O. 4/2
Hogan, M. 3/12
Holland, (Shipmaster) 8/6
Holmes, (Shipmaster) 4/1
Homans, Benjamin 4/6
Hopkins, Caleb 7/7
Hopkins, Reuben 3/15
Hopkinson, Joseph 2/4, 4/5
House, Edward 11/2
House, George (Shipmaster) 15/2
Howith, James (Shipmaster) 4/11
Howland, Gerro 8/1, 12/11
Howland, Thomas (Shipmaster) 12/5
Hoyt, Israel 10/2, 12/12
Hubbard, Jacob (Shipmaster) 12/7
Huckley, Richard 5/1
Hulbed, Jim 1/3
Hull, L. 3/13
Hunt, W. 4/11
Hunter, Robert 1/3
Hunting, Benjamin 1/3
Huntington, Gen. 1/7, 1/8, 5/7
Huntington, H. (District Attorney of Connecticut) 2/4
Huntington, Henry 1/1
Huntington, Jack 1/3
Huntington, Jed 1/3
Infernal, R. J. 2/4
Ingersoll, Charles 2/6
Ingersoll, William 4/4
Ingraham, N. G. 3/1, 3/7
Irish, Fred (Shipmaster) 12/8
Irvin, Mr. 9/6
Jackson, J. E. 3/14
Jackson, John 1/3, 10/3
Jacob, P. 3/15
Jacobs, James (Shipmaster) 12/4
Jarvis, William 3/6
Jedessen, P. 3/10
Jefferson, Thomas (President of the United States) 4/4, 4/10, 12/12, 22/4
Jenkins, F. 10/3
Jenkins, Joseph (Shipmaster) 12/5
Johnson, Master 1/8
Johnson, William (Shipmaster) 12/11
Jones, C. G. 7/9
Jones, Ed 1/9, 2/6, 4/8, 6/6, 9/1, 9/2
Jones, Gov. 2/1
Jones, James (Shipmaster) 12/5
Jones, M. 1/11
Jones, William (Secretary of the Navy) 1/10
Kearney, Jonothan 4/11
Keeff, William 4/3
Keiffe, William 4/11
Kelso, Hugh (Shipmaster) 12/5
Kennedy, (Shipmaster) 11/13
Kennedy, Daniel 6/9
King, Brown 10/3
King, Elisha 3/11
King, Jonas 2/6
King, R. 2/5
King, Rufus 8/3
King, William 2/4, 12/12
Kleine, T. 3/15
Knight, A. V. 4/7
L'Hommedieu, E. L. 3/7
Laener, William 2/6
Lafe, N. 1/8
Lamb, A. 2/3
Lamb, John 5/8
Lambert, Samuel 10/3
Lamleor, Harry (Shipmaster) 12/9
Lane, John 2/5
Lane, R. 1/7
Lane, Samuel (Colonel) 2/6, 2/7, 4/6
Large, John 10/2
Larrus, N. 1/7
Laurence, A. 4/7, 4/8, 8/6
Laurence, R. 4/7, 4/8, 8/6
Laurie, George 9/6
LeaVitt, William (Shipmaster) 12/11
LeButos, T. P. 5/8
Lee, R. 3/12
Lee, William 2/3, 4/6
Lesley, (Shipmaster) 11/2
Letzsemmons, Jonathan 1/3
Lewis, (Commodore) 4/11
Lewis, Agur 3/8
Lewis, J. 4/1
Lewis, T. (Shipmaster) 12/3
Lewis, Winslow 3/14, 4/7
Lincoln, Abel (Shipmaster) 11/2
Lincoln, Benjamin 1/3, 7/1
Lines, William (Shipmaster) 12/4
Livingston, J. R. 1/2
Livingston, John 3/6
Look, (Shipmaster) 18/1
Loomis, Ashel (Shipmaster) 11/5
Loomis, L. 3/10
Louis, H. 4/11
Lovell, James 3/10
Lowndes, S. 2/5
Lowndes, William 2/6, 4/7, 4/8
Lufborough, Nathan 1/8, 1/9, 1/11, 7/7
Lufleranda, V. 1/11
Lynch, D. 7/6, 10/3
Lyon, David 3/15
Macomb, John 12/2
Madison, James (President of the United States) 3/10, 3/11, 22/4, 23/8
Maineun, P. W. 3/10
Malcolm, Henry 1/3, 7/3
Mallone, Evan (Shipmaster) 12/9
Mancy, James 1/3, 1/8
Maniner, P. W. 2/7
Manning, Phineas 1/3
Mark, Jacob 7/4, 7/5
Marninen, P. W. 4/8
Marriner, P. W. 3/10
Marson, John 3/12
Mason, I. 1/3
Mason, John 2/3
Mason, N. 2/4
Mather, Samuel 1/3
Maury, James 4/7
Mayelino, Antonino (Shipmaster) 12/9
McCook, George 2/5
McCorard, John 10/3
McCullach, William 2/6
McCullough, J. H. 1/11, 2/4, 11/1
McCullough, Thomas H. 2/3
McDaniel, Jacob (Shipmaster) 12/5
McDawell, Samuel 2/4, 2/5
McDonald, E. 4/8
McGee, Roland (Shipmaster) 12/5
McGreagor, Donald 5/4
McIlwaine, Joseph 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 1/11, 2/1, 2/2, 3/10, 3/15, 4/1, 4/3
McKinley, P. 2/4
McLane, A. 1/7, 1/8, 4/11
Meigs, Jonah 2/6
Meny, Thomas (Shipmaster) 12/8
Meyer, Charles 3/13
Michel, Hugh (Shipmaster) 12/7
Miller, (Shipmaster) 8/3
Miller, John 1/7
Miller, Moses (Shipmaster) 3/14, 4/11
Miller, S. 3/12
Miller, William 3/8
Mills, John 1/8, 7/15
Minton, Daniel 3/9, 3/15
Minton, David 3/10
Mitchele, James 3/9
Mitchell, John 3/11
Moch, Aaron (Shipmaster) 11/12
Monroe, James (President of the United States) 4/4, 9/7, 22/4
Montgomery, John 1/8
Mooney, William 3/11
More, Jere 4/11
Morris, Charles 2/3
Morris, John 3/13
Morris, William 2/4, 10/3
Morrison, Joseph 3/13
Mowatt, Jonathan 10/3
Mowlan, Mary 3/14
Muhlenberg, P. 1/3, 3/7
Mumford, B. M. 3/12
Munford, Jepe 3/14
Murray, John (Shipmaster) 12/7
Myer, L. 4/11
Myers, David (Shipmaster) 12/10
Myncks, George 8/7
Naff, J. 4/8
Nancy, H. 2/1
Nane, Eliaz 3/12
Narson, John 3/12
Nathan, D. A. 12/10
Naune, J. 2/6
Nazro, Hart 10/3
Neiet, Jonah 2/6
Neill, Daniel (Shipmaster) 12/8
Neilson, James 4/6
Neilson, W. H. 4/8
Nelson, William 4/3
Newton, J. 3/14
Newton, Thomas 1/3
Nichols, Jonathan 4/11
Nichols, W. W. (Shipmaster) 2/6
Noboa, Joseph (Shipmaster) 19/1
Noone, Joseph 2/2, 2/7
Norton, William 4/11
Noyes, Arthur (Shipmaster) 12/8
Noyes, Charles (Shipmaster) 12/8
Nuse, Laurence 3/10
Oberg, Anders (Shipmaster) 11/10
Ogden, Francis (Shipmaster) 12/4
Ogden, John 10/3
Osgood, Samuel 3/7, 4/11, 23/12
Packer, Theo 1/7
Packer, Thomas 2/5, 3/12
Paine, Judge 2/3
Palmer, William (Shipmaster) 12/8
Pardee, (Shipmaster) 19/11
Parish, A. 3/11
Parker, Theo 2/6
Parr, Stephen (Shipmaster) 12/9
Patrick, John 1/4
Patterson, G. S. 4/8
Peacock, Jonathan 7/3
Pease, William C. (Shipmaster) 12/8
Pedercon, J. 4/4
Pell, Aaron 5/7
Pemtine, (Shipmaster) 9/6
Penfield, David 1/1
Penhey, William 2/6
Penini, Daniel 1/5, 1/6
Penney, Francis 2/6
Penny, T. H. 10/2
Peoli, Juan (Shipmaster) 12/5
Peppin, Joseph 7/4
Perkins, E. 5/8
Peterson, (Shipmaster) 12/11
Pinkway, William 2/7, 4/10
Pittman, Timothy 2/3
Place, (Shipmaster) 7/3
Platt, John 2/2, 8/6
Pleasanton, Stephen (Treasury Agent) 2/1, 2/4, 2/6, 2/7, 4/8, 9/2
Pleor, Stephan 2/3
Porter, Joshua (Shipmaster) 12/8
Poubray, William 2/5
Prall, J. 4/8
Pratt, J. 4/7
Price, Richard (Shipmaster) 12/7
Prietman, William 1/3
Prince, Christopher 14/2
Purience, R. 4/3
Putnam, I. 1/8
Quing, H. P. 2/3
Radcliff, John 3/10
Radcliff, William 4/7
Rado, T. 2/3
Randall, Throdore 3/10
Rathelmann, Solomon (Shipmaster) 12/6
Rea, James 3/14
Redman, Joseph (Shipmaster) 12/5
Rhinelander, 5/7
Rhodes, C. 2/7
Richards, Smith 3/8
Richie, E. 4/5, 8/6, 8/8
Ridgeway, Joseph (Shipmaster) 19/12
Riggs, Caleb 3/7, 4/1
Rivani, Agustin (Shipmaster) 12/9
Roberts, William 3/12
Robertson, T. 6/6
Robinson, Joseph 1/8
Rodney, C. A. 2/5, 4/8
Rogers, Cass 1/3
Rudd, T. 3/15
Ruden, Alex 4/11
Rush, Richard (Comptroller of the U.S. Treaury) 4/11, 7/8, 7/9, 7/10, 9/6
Sage, A. 1/7
Saltonstall, W. 4/11
Sand, Comfort 23/13
Sands, Joshua 1/1, 3/3, 4/1
Sanford, N. 1/9, 1/10, 4/11, 7/4, 7/8, 10/3
Sartori, P. 2/7
Saterthwait, William 2/5
Satterwaite, C. 4/8
Sayre, S. 2/3
Schee, James 4/10
Schenck, Henry 4/7
Schenck, P. A. 1/3, 1/4, 2/4, 3/9, 3/10, 3/11, 3/13, 3/15, 4/3, 4/11, 6/2, 7/2, 7/8, 18/2
Schenck, William P. 3/15, 4/6, 4/7
Schton, D. 4/11
Scot, Michael (Shipmaster) 12/5
Scott, Alex 3/15
Scott, James 3/14
Seaberg, Thomas (Shipmaster) 11/10
Seabury, Joseph 5/8
Seaman, William 5/11
Secker, T. S. 2/4
Sellars, John 2/4, 4/6
Shaker, John 3/10
Shaler, William 4/6
Shantenburgh, T. S. 2/3
Sheldon, D. 9/1
Shimer, Roger 1/8
Shotwell, Joseph 10/3
Shute, Jonathan 10/2
Sickels, Garret 3/8
Sillman, (Shipmaster) 8/5
Silva, John 1/9
Skinner, Roger 3/14
Slaughter, Thomas 2/3
Slocum, Samuel (Shipmaster) 1/1, 3/3, 24/2
Smedise, H. 3/3
Smedley, Samuel 1/8
Smith, (Governor of New York) 2/1
Smith, Charles 3/10
Smith, H. 1/11
Smith, Hezekiah (Shipmaster) 12/8
Smith, Irving 6/9
Smith, Isaac (Shipmaster) 12/4
Smith, J. Adam 4/10
Smith, John Cotton 4/2
Smith, L. 3/10
Smith, Miller (Shipmaster) 12/8
Smith, P. 2/6, 4/4
Smith, S. H. 1/10, 2/1, 2/5, 2/6, 9/1, 9/2
Smith, William S. 1/2, 3/2, 3/4, 3/7, 4/8, 10/3
Soper, Joseph 5/7
Southerland, (Shipmaster) 11/2
Southmayer, Jim 1/3
Sparks, M. 2/3
Spence, Robert 3/13
Spencer, Alenson (Shipmaster) 4/7, 12/8
Squires, John 1/3, 14/1
Stangtess, T. 2/4
Stansbury, Abner 3/11
State, John 2/3
Steele, John 1/1, 1/8, 2/4, 2/5, 2/6, 7/1
Stevens, Ara (Shipmaster) 8/4, 12/8
Stevens, Calvin 4/11
Stevens, Ebenezer 4/11
Stillwell, S. 8/8
Stork, James 3/11
Stoughton, Thomas 3/10, 4/6
Strobel, D. 4/7
Strong, Gov. 1/3, 2/1
Sucklay, George 10/3
Sufborough, Nathan 7/10
Suilly, Peter 1/8
Sullivan, Sylvester 4/4, 4/11
Sumter, Thomas 3/7
Sutherland, Alexander (Shipmaster) 19/3
Suthope, John 3/9
Sutton, Richard 3/11
Sutton, S. C. 11/2
Suydam, Richard 10/3
Swaiterland, John 3/7, 5/4
Swift, Gen. 2/5, 2/6, 2/7, 4/7
Swift, Joseph 2/5
Taber, P. T. 4/11
Taber, W. K. 2/7
Tayler, (Shipmaster) 12/7
Taylor, (Lt. Gov.) 2/3
Taylor, Asa 2/3
Taylor, John 1/3, 1/7
Taylor, Joseph 4/8
Taylor, Judge 6/1
Taylor, Martin (Shipmaster) 12/4
Taylor, William (Shipmaster) 4/10
Ten Eyck, T. H. 3/6
Tenison, William 4/8
Thomas, Evan 10/3
Thomas, R. 1/11
Thompkins, Daniel 4/11
Thompson, (Shipmaster) 4/11
Thompson, F. 3/15
Thompson, G. L. 2/7
Thompson, Jeramiah 4/5
Thompson, John (Shipmaster) 11/10, 12/6
Thompson, Jonathan 2/7
Thompson, Jonathan (Gelston's successor) 23/1
Thompson, Samuel (Shipmaster) 11/11
Thompson, Thomas 1/11
Thomson, Edward 2/4, 2/6
Thornton, William 2/4
Tibbits, George 2/6, 4/8
Tillotson, P. 2/7
Tillotson, Robert 2/6, 4/8
Todd, John 2/2, 2/3
Tompkins, D. D. (Governor of New York) 1/7, 2/4, 4/2, 6/5
Tower, Hugh K. 23/7
Treedwill, (Governor of Connecticut) 1/7
Troop, John 4/5
Trumbell, T. 3/10
Tucker, T. T. 1/3, 2/7, 4/6
Tufts, Turrell 3/7
Tunis, John 1/8
Turner, (Shipmaster) 8/6
Underhill, Richard 5/4
Van Buren, George 4/7
Van Buren, William 1/8, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14, 4/11
Van Dueson, William 4/6
Van Ness, C. P. 1/8
Vernor, John 1/8, 3/13, 3/15, 4/1, 4/3, 7/3
Verplank, James 1/3
Vicca, Francis (Shipmaster) 12/9
Waite, (Shipmaster) 8/4
Walsh, T. 4/6
Ward, J.M. 4/8
Watson, C. 4/6
Watson, E. 2/7
Watson, James P. (Shipmaster) 12/6
Watson, Thomas (Shipmaster) 12/7
Webb, (Shipmaster) 3/7, 11/13
Wells, John 2/4
Wethered, Lewin 10/3
Whele, James 3/13
Whipple, Asa 3/13
Whipple, Joseph 10/1
White, Campbell 11/1
White, James 3/14
White, Joseph 3/11
Wibray, (Shipmaster) 2/4
Wilkings, N. R. 3/12
Willcox, Thomas (Shipmaster) 11/8
Williams, E. 3/14
Williams, George (Shipmaster) 12/11
Williams, Josiah (Shipmaster) 12/8
Williams, Philip 1/7, 3/11
Williams, Roland (Shipmaster) 12/5
Williams, S. 1/3
Williamson, Gov. 2/3
Willit, Jonathan 10/3
Wills, Charles (Shipmaster) 4/11, 12/4
Wilson, P. 3/10
Winner, Joseph 7/4
Wirt, William 2/2
Witherell, Whitfield (Shipmaster) 12/8
Wolcott, Governor 2/3
Wood, John (Shipmaster) 12/11
Wood, Silas 2/3
Wood, William (Shipmaster) 12/9
Woodward, Jonathan 10/3
Woodward, Mr. 5/2
Woolray, G. N. 5/7
Woolsey, M. 3/10
Worthing, W.G. D. 2/1
Worthington, G. D. 8/2
Worthington, W 8/2
Yallowleg, John (Shipmaster) 12/4
Young, Roland 1/3
Young, William W. 2/5, 4/3

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 ABIONA in Box 3, Folder 13 of the collection.
ABIONA 3/13
ABRANTES 4/1
ACTIVE 12/4, 15/1, 24/5
ACUES 3/10
ADDINS 20/10
ADELINE 1/11
ADONIS 5/8, 12/11
AEOLUS 13/1
AIR 12/6
AITERIA 12/6
AIZA 2/1
ALABAMA 2/7, 15/7
ALBION 8/4, 8/9
ALCIDES 3/11, 2/6
ALFRED AND WILLIAM BARKER 21/1
ALICONA 12/7
ALLIGATOR 2/4, 3/10, 4/6, 13/1, 18/1
ALMIRA 10/3, 11/1
ALONZO 4/7, 6/1, 23/2
ALPHEUS 5/11, 11/1
ALUT 5/8
AMBITION 21/1, 23/2
AMELIA 23/2
AMELIA (aka BATTIE) 6/4
AMELIA MATILDA 5/6
AMERICA 6/9, 10/3
AMERICA FREE 4/11
AMERICA OF FREEPORT 3/10
AMERICAN 4/2, 12/4, 23/2
AMERICAN EAGLE 6/9, 8/7, 8/8, 8/9, 9/6, 9/7, 12/12, 22/6
AMIABLE MATILDA 7/4
AMICUS 7/3, 12/11
AMPHION 4/11
AMPHITUTE 11/9
ANDES 8/4
ANN 3/13, 5/9, 18/3, 23/2
ANN ELIZA 18/4, 20/8
ANN MARIA 8/4, 8/7, 8/9, 11/4, 18/5, 18/38
ANN MARIA (AKA JOHN) 11/2
ANNA 7/9
ANNAWAN 18/6
ANNISQUAM 21/1
APOLLO 24/1
AQUARIA 10/3
ARGO 10/3
ARGUS 15/2
ARGUS OF NEW YORK 20/3
ARIADNE 10/3
ARIENT 21/1
ARISTIDES 10/3
ARISTOMANES 10/3, 12/8
ARMENIA 4/2
ATLANTIC 11/12
AURORA 3/9, 3/10, 11/12, 11/13, 18/17
AUTUMN 2/5
BACCUS 12/11
BAINBRIDGE 10/3
BALLOON 11/1
BARBACORA (ex NANCY OF PORTSMOUTH) 3/12
BARBADOS 15/6
BATTIE 11/15
BATTIE (aka AMELIA) 6/4
BEAVER 13/1, 18/8
BELLONA 20/1
BELVIDERE 12/11
BERTHY 4/2
BETSEY 5/7, 5/8, 11/1, 18/9
BLOOMFIELD 20/3, 12/5, 20/4
BLOOMING YOUTH 20/4
BRAGANZA 8/7
BRANDYWINE 5/2
BREITEER 1/3
BRILLIANT 12/11
BRISTOL 18/10
BROCK 8/2
BROTHERS, THE 2/3, 3/9, 4/2, 20/10
BRUNSWICK 5/11, 6/1, 11/12
BRUTUS 6/1, 12/3
BUCK 20/9, 20/15
CALEDONIA 8/4
CALIBRE 3/14
CALYPSO 5/7
CAMILLUS 5/7
CANILLA 3/14
CANON 10/3, 18/11
CARMELITE 21/1, 23/2
CAROLINE 8/2
CARSON 20/15
CARULIA 9/4
CASSNA 3/15
CATHERINE 4/11, 20/3, 21/1
CELIA 5/7, 20/2
CERES 10/3, 12/4, 18/12, 20/2
CHANCELLOR 24/4
CHARLES 2/4, 2/6, 5/8, 8/3, 9/4, 11/2, 4/9, 10/3, 13/1, 20/9
CHARLES (aka MARIANA) 2/7, 3/10, 18/13, 20/9
CHARLES FAWCETT 9/4, 12/8, 12/9
CHARLES LEE 10/3
CHARLESTON 5/3, 23/2
CHARLESTON PACKER 12/4
CHARLOTTA 11/11
CHARLOTTE 24/5
CHASE 4/11
CHEEKMAN 12/4
CHICHESTER 5/4
CHINESTER 3/7
CHOICE 11/2
CHRISTOPHER 4/2
CHUB 1/3
CITATION 7/10
CITIZEN 21/11
CLARISSA ANN 11/2, 12/4
CLASSINDA 20/4
CLEOPATRA 10/3
CLINTON 20/3
CLIPPER 11/2
COLMOND 11/15
COLUMBIA 5/8
COLUMBUS 21/1
COMET 4/4, 12/6, 18/14
COMM. BARRY 15/3
COMMERCE 3/7
COMMODORE ROGERS 3/14
CONCORD 7/9
CONCORDIA 10/3, 11/16
CONEK 13/1
CONK 12/11
CONSTANCIA (aka GREYHOUND OF NEW HAVEN) 18/15
CONSTANT 5/6
CONSTELLATION 1/8
CORES 21/9
CORNELIA 9/4, 10/3, 12/8, 18/17
CORNET 1/11
COTTON PLANTER 1/4, 3/9, 5/8, 12/4
COURTNEY NORTON 1/5, 3/10, 3/15, 4/3, 5/8, 1/6, 20/15, 22/16
CRAMEY 2/2
CREOLE 2/7, 8/9
CRITERION 4/1, 8/6, 13/1
CRUTTENDEN 8/6
CUBA 1/9, 2/11, 5/9, 10/3
CURRIAZO 4/6, 12/11, 18/32, 21/1
CYNTHIA 18/16, 20/9
DARK 8/9
DAWN 4/8
DECATUR 11/18
DEICER 2/3
DELIGHT 5/8, 11/2
den GODE SALLY 1/3
DEPUTADO 6/4, 12/8, 20/7, 20/8
DIANA 8/1
DIANA (aka SUSANNA) 11/13
DIANNA TALBOT 4/9
DICK 9/6
DISPATCH 5/2, 5/8
DIVAN 2/4
DIVINO PASTORA 13/1
DOLLY 1/3, 5/3, 5/4
DRAGON, THE 3/10
DRAPER 8/6
DRYAD 18/18
DUKE OF MONTROSE 12/3
EAGLE 1/7, 7/4, 15/4, 18/19, 20/7
EDWARD 3/10, 3/13, 4/8, 10/3, 18/20
EDWARD BARDIN 10/3, 12/8
EGENA 3/10
ELEANOR 7/6
ELIZA 2/6, 3/10, 8/2, 12/7
ELIZA (aka ELSA) 20/8
ELIZA (aka GLOBE) 3/13
ELIZA (aka MARY) 20/3
ELIZA ANN 5/9, 10/3
ELIZA BARKER 9/4, 10/3, 12/8, 23/2
ELIZA OF NEW UTRECHT 21/1
ELIZABETH 4/11, 5/10, 18/21, 20/7, 21/1
ELLEN TOOKER 21/1
ELLINGTON 10/3
EMALINE 3/13
EMELINE 8/4
EMILY 8/3
EMPEROR 5/5
EMULOUS 2/7, 3/14
ENTERPRISE 3/10, 4/2, 11/12, 11/13, 12/4
EQUALITY 5/7, 24/5
ERIN 3/14
ESSEX 20/4
ESTHER 9/6
EUGENE 13/1
EUGENIA 11/12
EUPHRATES 4/3, 4/11, 10/3
EURGALO 6/7
EVILINA 3/11
EXCHANGE (aka HORNET) 11/1
EXOT 11/12
EXPERIMENT 4/5, 5/7, 11/2, 18/22, 20/3
FAIR AMERICAN 4/1, 4/11, 6/4
FAIR ANN 9/6
FAIR HELEN 18/23
FAIRFAX 3/14
FAME 2/3, 6/2, 11/1, 12/8
FANNY 3/9, 3/11, 5/7, 8/4, 11/1, 11/6, 11/11, 12/8, 18/24
FANNY AND ALONICA 5/5
FANNY AND MADALEN 9/4
FAVORITE 1/11, 6/4, 8/8, 11/12, 18/25
FAYLE 18/26
FEROX 12/8
FIDELIA 3/13
FINGAL 1/10
FISHER 4/4
FLORA 3/11, 4/2
FORRESTER 23/2
FOUR SISTERS 8/6
FOX 3/10, 11/2, 11/7, 12/5, 18/27, 20/15
FOXWELL 3/9
FOYLE 8/3, 13/1
FRACTER 2/4
FRAIMAR 3/8
FRANCHISE 13/1
FRANCIS 2/1, 2/3, 6/9
FRANCIS HENRIETTA 12/4
FRANCIS LEWIS (aka LA GUADA) 18/28
FRANCISCO 13/1, 20/15
FRANKLIN 4/2, 11/12, 13/1
FRANNY 3/7
FREDERICK 7/7, 10/3
FREDONIA 4/3
FREEMAN 20/9
FRENCH 5/8
FRIENDSHIP 5/7, 5/9, 12/4, 12/5
FULTON 11/2
GALEN 8/6
GALLANT 13/1
GAMELIGHT 12/12
GANGES 9/4, 10/3, 18/29
GENERAL BROWN 4/12, 8/8, 8/9
GENERAL HAMILTON 3/13, 5/5, 6/2
GENERAL JACKSON 8/4
GENERAL MOREAU 7/3
GEORGE 3/10, 8/7, 12/7, 23/2
GEORGE DEVEREUX 4/2
GEORGE NOYES 4/6
GEORGE WASHINGTON 7/8
GEORGES 7/9
GEORGIA 1/9, 10/3
GEORGIANA 11/2
GEROMA 3/12
GEROMA (aka HERCULES) 11/13
GLENTHORN 8/4, 8/5
GLOBE (aka ELIZA) 3/13
GLOSSAND 19/8
GOLD HUNTER 5/9
GOLD HUNTRESS 13/1
GOOD INTENT 1/3
GOOD VOYAGE 12/5
GOODESTRY 19/8
GOSPORT 9/6
GOVERNOR SHELBY 4/1, 12/6, 13/1
GRAND TURK 12/6
GREYHOUND OF NEW HAVEN (aka CONSTANCIA) 18/15
GUARDIAN (aka HIRAM) 11/1
GUSTAVIA 3/11
GUSTAVIAN (aka HIRAM) 12/6
HALCYON 5/11, 11/12, 21/1, 23/2, 24/5
HALKER 5/8
HAMILTON 15/11
HAMMOND 4/7
HANNAH 11/13, 20/4, 20/7, 20/8
HARMIAN 10/3
HARMONY 8/3, 8/6
HARRIET 3/9
HARRIET (aka MINERVA) 11/13
HARVEY HIDE 2/4, 18/30, 20/9
HAVANA AND WILLIAM 19/28
HAVANNA 4/2, 4/11, 7/5
HAVILAND 12/7
HAWK 12/11, 20/10
HAYARD 12/9
HAZARD 10/3
HEATHER 5/8
HEBE 10/3
HELEN 3/11, 4/11
HELICON 10/3, 12/8
HENRIETT 11/7, 24/5
HENRIETTA (aka ISABELLA) 1/4
HENRY 3/10, 7/3, 11/16
HENRY GILDER 1/11
HENRY REDING 13/1
HERCULES 12/8, 20/3
HERCULES (aka GERONA) 11/13
HERKIMER 5/3, 5/9, 7/5, 12/5
HERO 2/6, 4/1, 4/3, 12/11, 23/2
HIBERNIA 8/7
HIMETUS 2/3
HIRAM 4/2, 12/4, 13/1
HIRAM (aka GUARDIAN) 11/1
HIRAM (aka GUSTAVIAN) 12/6
HOLKAR 10/3, 18/31
HORATIO 2/4, 4/6, 8/2, 18/32, 21/1
HORNET (aka EXCHANGE) 11/1
HUDSON 6/1
HUNTER 3/14, 10/3
HUNTRESS 11/12, 24/5
HUZZAR 5/9
HYACINTHE 8/6
ILLINOIS 24/4
INDEPENDENCE 9/4, 11/16, 12/8
INDUSTRY 1/7, 5/3, 23/2
ISAAC HULL 4/4
ISABELLA 3/11, 11/2, 23/2, 24/5
ISABELLA (aka HENRIETTA) 1/4, 1/10
ISABELLA AND BARTON 9/6
J. CRIPPS 3/12
JACQUEMEL PACKET 6/9
JAMES 3/13, 4/2, 12/5, 23/2
JAMES MADISON 1/7, 11/12, 15/6
JAMES P. WATTON 11/12
JAMES WELLES 10/3, 11/7, 12/4, 12/8
JANE 3/10, 5/8, 7/6, 10/3, 11/1, 12/5, 12/11, 18/33, 20/15
JANE BARNES 12/8
JANE BARNEY 23/2
JASON 1/3
JEAN 8/8
JEFFERSON 20/9
JENNY 8/1, 12/10
JIM 4/8
JOHN 3/11, 10/3, 23/2
JOHN (aka ANN MARIE) 11/2
JOHN ADAMS 12/8
JOHN AND HANNAH 18/34
JOHN BARNES 10/3
JOHN DREW 12/4
JON SPOLITO 13/1
JOSEPHINE 18/35
JULIAN 2/2, 24/5
JULIANA 1/5, 11/12, 12/11, 21/1
JULIANO 23/2
JUNE 11/15
JUSTINA 8/4
KAREN CHARLES 7/9
KENTUCKY 6/7
KING 20/11
KINGSTON 11/2
KORAN 9/4, 20/11
KORAN JOSEPH 1/9
KOWAN 9/4
L. ARMISTACE (ex HENRY OF BATH) 3/12
LA GUADA (aka FRANCIS) 18/28
LADY GALLATIN 12/8, 23/2
LADY TOMPKINS 2/5
LAMBECK 8/3
LARK 9/6
LATONA 1/3, 4/2
LAURA 4/2, 10/3, 11/10, 12/8, 13/1
LEANDER 1/2, 3/7
LEDRO LIBRE (aka LIBRE) 12/7
LEONIDAS 4/2
LEONIDAS OF FAIRHAVEN 21/1
LEOPARD 12/8
LIBERTY (aka MARIA) 20/15
LIBRA 3/13
LIBRE (aka LEDRO LIBRE) 12/7
LITTLE JAMES 11/13
LITTLE REBECKAH 1/7
LIVELY 20/6
LIVERPOOL 6/7
LOOKOUT 15/5, 19/4
LORENZO 8/3
LOUISA 1/6, 11/12, 12/6, 18/37, 20/8
LOUISE 4/6
LOUISIANA 15/7
LOUIZ 8/4
LUCIA 6/3, 12/8, 23/2
LUCK 11/19
LUCY 2/4, 9/6, 11/11, 12/8, 13/1, 18/38
LUNA 24/4
LYCKLEGHETON 11/10
LYDIA 20/15
MACY 4/11
MAGDALEN 1/9, 10/3, 20/6
MAGISTRATE 12/5
MAHALA 3/7
MANCHESTER 5/9, 12/6, 24/4
MANHAA 12/8, 23/2
MANUFACTURER 4/2, 13/1
MARCELLUS 10/3
MARENGO 11/12
MARGARET 11/5
MARGARETTA 10/3
MARIA 5/7, 8/3, 20/3, 20/5
MARIA (aka LIBERTY) 20/15
MARIA AND LOUISA 8/8
MARIA LAURIE 1/9, 7/8
MARIA TERESA 7/8
MARIANA 19/1
MARIANA (aka CHARLES) 2/7, 3/10, 18/13, 20/9
MARIE ANN 11/1
MARION 20/10
MARQUIS DE LA ROMANA (aka ST. THOMAS) 19/14
MARS 6/3
MARSHALL 12/12, 21/1, 23/2
MARTHA 3/10
MARTHAN 4/3
MARY 1/9, 3/10, 5/8, 8/2, 10/3, 20/15, 23/2
MARY (aka ELIZA) 20/3
MARY ALLEN 9/4
MARY AND FRANCES 7/7
MARY AND SUSAN 6/4, 9/4, 10/3, 12/8
MARY ANN 13/1, 19/2, 20/3
MARY ANN OF BALTIMORE 12/4
MARY OF NEW LONDON 20/3
MARY SIMSON 12/6
MARYLAND 1/10, 10/3
MATCHLEF 3/13
MATTHIAS 6/3
MAUD VERNON 12/7
MAY ACT 2/3
MAYARD 3/8
MELANTHE 5/8
MENTOR 2/3, 7/6, 8/5, 12/5, 23/2
MERCHANT 10/3, 12/8
MERCURY 8/9, 15/8
MEXICAN 7/10
MIDAS 3/10, 23/2
MIDDLESEX 10/3
MINA 4/1, 11/7
MINERVA (aka HARRIET) 11/13
MINERVA SMYTH 8/7
MINEVA 5/2, 5/7, 8/6, 10/3, 12/4
MINK 4/11
MOHAWK 7/9, 10/3
MONTEZUMA 11/2, 20/3
MONTROSE 4/11
MORGIANA 4/4
MORNING STAR 11/2, 13/1, 20/3
MOSES 5/2,5/9, 19/3
MOSES BREWER 6/3
MOSES BROWN 6/4, 11/2
MOUNT VERNON 10/3
N. GOOK 4/4
NANAU 20/1
NANCY 3/13, 5/2, 6/1, 9/6, 12/4, 12/7, 12/11, 20/8, 20/9, 23/2
NANCY AND ALMENIA 11/12
NANCY SUSAN 1/11
NASSAU 20/10, 20/12
NASSAU OF FAIRFIELD 11/4
NAYAN AGUR 1/3
NEPTUNE 5/6, 12/12, 21/11, 23/2
NEQUART 7/10
NERCID 20/10
NEW GUIDE 7/2
NEW ORLEANS 3/13
NEW YORK 2/4, 4/2, 4/11, 12/12, 13/1
NISSON 2/4
NORFOLK 4/2, 13/1
NORTH STAR 4/2
NORTHERN LIBERTIES 9/4, 10/3
NYMPH 8/9
OCEAN 5/10, 7/8, 12/8
OLIVER 2/1
OLIVER ELLSWORTH 3/10, 13/1, 20/3, 20/4
ONEIDA 3/14
ONTARIO 5/4, 10/3, 11/2, 12/2
ORBIT 9/4, 10/3, 12/8, 12/11, 13/1, 19/4
ORIENT 9/4
ORIENTAL 6/6
ORION 7/7
ORLEANS 12/11
OSAGE 5/6, 5/7, 7/5, 12/4
PACIFIC 5/8, 19/5
PACKET 21/1
PARAGON 3/13, 12/7
PAUL 5/8
PEACE 7/4
PEACOCK 6/6
PENELOPE 5/8
PERSEVERENCE 3/9, 6/1, 7/10, 12/4, 13/1, 19/6
PERSIA 4/3
PERUVANIAN 6/1
PETER ELLIS 8/9
PETERSBURG 4/3
PHILLIPSBURGH 3/14, 10/3, 12/8
PHOEBE 3/13, 11/16
POLLA 23/2
POLLY 3/9, 11/4, 13/1, 20/3, 20/4 20/9, 20/15, 21/1, 24/5
POMONA 5/10, 12/6, 12/11
PORPOISE 8/3
PRESIDENT 5/7, 9/6, 13/1, 19/7, 21/1, 24/5
PREVENT 8/2
PRINCESS ELIZABETH 8/9
PRINCESS ROYALE 12/5
PROTECTOR 5/8, 15/9
PROVIDENCE, THE (aka PRUDENCE) 3/12
PRUDA 1/7
PRUDENCE 20/4
PRUDENCE (aka THE PROVIDENCE) 3/12
PUNCH 11/1
PURWEARANCE 1/4
RACHEL 20/4
RACKLAND 7/4
RAFAEL 9/4
RAINBOW 11/16
RAMBLER 3/15, 6/2, 12/12, 19/8, 20/7, 20/9, 20/10
RANGER 6/6, 12/11, 20/9, 20/10
RAPID 1/9
RAYNAR AGIN 12/3
REBECCA ANN 8/4
RECOVERY 6/7, 10/3
REGULATOR 13/1, 19/9, 24/5
REGULUS 21/1
REPUBLICAN 3/9, 3/14, 19/13
RESOLUTION 19/10, 20/4
RESOURSE 6/3
REYNARD 23/2
RICHARD 1/4, 3/9, 5/7, 8/9, 19/12, 20/9
RICHARD AND MARGARET 8/6
RICHARD ODIOVNE 12/4
RICHMOND 3/14
RISING HOPE 12/8
RISING STATES 3/12
ROBERT BURNS 3/15, 7/9, 12/8
ROBERT MOORE 2/4
ROCK 8/7
ROCKINGHAM 11/17
ROCKINGHAM WILLIAMS 4/6
ROCKLAND 7/4
ROLLA 12/4, 13/1
ROMEO 3/13, 12/7
ROMP 12/6, 20/7
ROMPHER 20/8
ROMYR 11/19
RONA 11/12
ROSANNA 3/14, 4/9
ROSE 8/3, 20/9, 20/10
ROSEN 11/19
ROSENSTEIN 20/4
ROTLEY 12/11
ROVER 23/2
ROXANNA 13/1, 19/13
RUMNEY 11/1, 12/6, 20/15
RUPEE 8/1
RUPERT 11/2
SAFEGUARD 5/7, 12/4, 20/2
SALLY 1/3, 1/8, 3/12, 4/3, 5/8, 5/9, 6/2, 11/13, 12/5, 19/15, 24/4
SALLY (aka SOPHIA) 20/3
SAMSON 11/19, 23/2
SAMUEL 2/4, 6/7, 20/7
SAN MARTIN 6/9
SANTA MARIA 8/1
SARAH 8/4, 10/3
SATELLITE 11/2
SCHOLSCROON 11/2
SEA NYMPH 11/13
SIDNEY 11/11
SILVER GREY 3/12
SKYLARK 20/15
SLOTH 5/8, 19/16, 20/3
SODERSTORM 5/7
SOPHIA 12/11
SOPHIA (aka SALLY) 20/3
SOPHIONIA 12/4
SPANISH LADY 3/14
SPECULATOR 5/5
ST. CUTHBERT 7/2
ST. JACQUES 8/9
ST. THOMAS (aka SUPERB aka MARQUIS DE LA ROMANA) 19/14
ST. THOMAS (aka SUPERB) 20/7, 20/14
STANDARD 7/8, 13/1
STEPHAN 5/7, 19/17
STERLING 1/9, 5/9, 10/3, 23/2
STOTH 12/4
STRANGER 10/3
STRUGGLE 11/17
SUFFOLK 12/12, 12/6, 20/1, 20/8, 24/1
SULLY 2/4
SULPHUR 11/1
SUPERB 4/9
SUPERB (aka ST. THOMAS ) 19/14, 20/7, 20/14
SUSANA 12/5
SUSANNA 11/18, 13/1, 20/3, 20/4, 20/13
SUSANNA (aka DIANA TALBOT) 3/10
SUSSEX 12/8, 20/6
SWALLOW 15/11
SWIFT 7/9, 10/13, 11/19, 19/18
SYLVIA 5/7, 24/5
TABER 1/9, 19/19
TARAGON 8/2
TARTAR 13/1
THAMES 11/13, 19/20, 20/18
THELDA AND ANN 11/1
THEODA 11/16
THETIS 5/8, 11/7, 19/21, 20/6, 20/9, 20/10
THOMAS 3/10, 12/5, 20/9
THORN 15/10
THREE BROTHERS 5/10, 10/22
THREE FRIENDS 3/15
TIBER 3/15, 10/3
TICKLER 20/10
TICONIC 11/2, 12/5, 20/9
TIMOLEON 12/8, 23/2
TINGAL 7/10
TOM HAZARD 10/3
TOPAZ 11/2
TOTTANHAM 1/7, 6/1, 9/6
TRACY 3/15
TRANNIT 9/6
TRANSIT 19/23
TRAVELLER 8/3
TRIDENT 21/1
TRITON 5/8
TROJAN 7/8
TRUE AMERICAN 4/4
TUITINA 11/11
TULEY 5/2
TUMIC 20/15
TWO BROTHERS JOHN AND HENRY 12/11
TWO FRIENDS 6/3
TWO MARIES 5/3
UNDAUNTED 19/24
UNION 1/8, 2/4, 3/9, 3/11, 3/13, 8/8, 11/7, 12/4, 12/7, 19/25, 19/26, 20/9, 20/10, 20/15
UNITED STATES 11/2, 13/1
VEMIS 12/4
VENELIA 5/7
VENUS 3/9, 3/11, 5/6, 5/7, 8/7, 13/1, 20/3
VICTORY 5/7, 12/6, 24/5, 24/7
VIGILANT 5/4
VIRAGO 24/1
VIRGINIA 1/3, 12/6
VIRGINIA ANN 12/4
WARE 20/12
WARRIOR 21/1, 4/6
WASHINGTON 3/7, 19/27
WHIG 8/1
WILLIAM 8/8, 8/9, 11/10, 19/29, 20/7, 20/15
WILLIAM (aka HAVANA) 19/28
WILLIAM (aka HEAVEN) 12/11
WILLIAM BAYARD 9/6
WILLIAM COFFIN 4/6
WILLIAM GRAY 19/30
WILLIAM HERRY 2/5, 2/7, 4/6, 5/3, 19/31
WILLIAM KING 3/10, 4/9, 11/2, 12/5, 20/11
WILLIAM SHERMAN 20/8
WILLIAM WISE 8/4
WILMOT 2/5, 11/13
YOUNG CONNECTICUT 24/5
YOUNG EAGLE 4/4
YOUNG RALPH 1/1, 3/3, 12/1, 21/1, 24/2
ZENOPHON 8/2
ZEPHYR 11/2

Index to Subject Headings

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 AMERICAN EAGLE CASE in Box 2, Folder 6 of the collection.
AMERICAN EAGLE case 2/6, 4/3, 4/8, 6/5, 6/9, 6/10, 8/7, 8/8, 8/9, 12/l2, 18/2, 22/3
Bonds 1/1, 1/3, 1/5, 2/5, 3/7, 3/12, 4/1, 4/6, 4/8, 5/1, 5/4, 6/1, 7/1, 7/2, 7/3, 7/5, 8/4, 8/8, 8/9, 11/1, 11/9, 11/12, 12/2, 21/1, 21/2, 21/3
Cargo 1/3, 1/8, 2/5, 3/3, 3/10, 3/11, 3/15, 5/7, 18/l, 19/5
Confiscated goods and cargo 2/3, 2/6, 2/7, 3/8, 3/15, 4/1, 4/2, 4/3, 4/7, 4/11, 5/10, 6/1, 6/4, 6/6, 7/10, 11/13, 12/4, 19/9, 19/11, 24/5, 24/8, 24/9, 24/11, 24/16, 24/18
Debtor's prison 6/6, 10/2, 23/7
Duty Assessed General: 1/7, 1/9, 1/11, 2/2, 2/3, 2/4, 2/6, 2/7, 4/5, 4/7, 4/8, 6/4, 6/7, 6/9, 7/2, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3, 8/4, 8/6, 8/7, 8/8, 11/2, 11/14, 23/14, 24/3 Wine: 2/1, 7/7, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3 Oil : 8/1 Silk: 2/4 Lace: 2/4 Watches: 2/7, 8/4 Salt: 3/8, 7/3, 7/6 Anchovies: 5/5 Gin: 6/8 Nails, Brads, Tacks: 7/4, 7/6
Embargo Acts (ca. l806-1807) 1/3, 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 6/2, 6/4
Gelston estate 12/12, 22/7, 22/8
Impressment 10/1, 23/10
Informers' letters 4/5, 7/7, 10/3, 19/3, 19/5, 19/9, 19/26, 24/8
Libels 1/1, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10, 2/4, 3/8, 3/9, 3/10, 3/12, 3/13, 4/2, 4/5, 4/6, 5/3, 5/8, 6/1, 6/6, 7/9, 8/6, 8/9, 9/4, 11/2, 11/3, 11/4, 12/4, 12/5, 12/6, 2/7, 12/8, 12/9, 12/11, 18/4, 18/5, 18/6, 18/7, 18/38, 19/2, 19/3, 19/6, 19/7, 19/10, 19/12, 19/13, 19/18, 19/20, 19/22, 19/24, 19/26, 19/29, 19/31, 23/16
Lighthouses 2/1, 2/4, 2/5, 2/6, 2/7, 3/14, 3/15, 4/1, 4/7, 4/8, 512, 5/3, 5/4, 5/5, 517, 5/9, 5/10, 5/11, 6/1, 6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 7/3, 7/6, 7/7, 8/1, 8/4, 8/6, 8/7, 8/9, 9/1, 9/2, 23/5, 23/6
Manifests 19/1, 19/19, 23/2
New York-District court 13/3, 19/30, 20/1, 20/ 15
New York-Shipmasters 1/8, 2/5, 2/6, 3/9, 4/2, 4/3, 4/10, 4/11, 5/4, 5/7
New York Merchants 7/5, 7/6
New York Shipowners and Agents 1/3, 2/5
Passengers 3/10, 3/15
Pilot Boats 3/12, 15/5, 23/ 10
Port of New York-Customs House 1/7, 6/2, 6/5, 6/6, 6/7, 16/1, 16/2
Port of New York-Inspectors and Surveyors 1/8, 2/3, 3/10, 3/13/ 3/14, 4/1/ 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 4/6, 5/2, 5/5, 6/1, 6/4, 6/5, 6/6, 6/8, 7/2, 7/3, 7/7, 7/8, 8/6, 16/10, 16/11
Port of New York-Marine Hospital 5/3, 5/10, 5/11, 6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 6/9, 7/2, 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, 7/6, 7/7, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3, 8/6, 8/9, 14/1, 14/2, 14/3
Port of New York-Public Store 4/2, 4/11, 5/4, 6/8, 7/3, 7/5, 11/3, 13/1, 13/4, 19/4, 19/8, 19/ 11, 24/15
Port of New York-Quarantine Grounds 3/7, 5/4, 6/7, 23/3
Prisoners of War 9/2, 10/1, 11/ 13
Privateering 1/10, 1/11, 4/9, 5/7, 6/2, 6/3, 9/6
Revenue Cutters 2/7, 5/2, 5/4, 5/8, 6/1, 6/5, 6/6, 7/3, 8/ 6, 15/1, 15/2, 15/3, 15/4, 15/6, 15/7, 15/8, 15/9, 15/10, 15/11, 15/12
Royal Navy 3/7, 5/4, 23/10, 23/11
Sailing Instructions and Clearances 1/3, 1/4, 1/11, 2/3, 3/10, 4/11, 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 5/8, 5/9, 5/11, 6/2, 9/6, 24/6, 24/10
Sea Letters 23/8
Shipping Regulations and Documents 4/8
Slave Trade 1/1, 3/3, 12/1, 24/2
Smuggling 1/8, 1/9, 2/3, 2/5, 3/7, 3/9, 3/10, 3/12, 3/13, 3/14, 3/15, 4/1, 4/2, 4/4, 4/8, 4/11, 5/6, 5/9, 6/1, 6/2, 6/4, 6/5, 6/6, 11/13, 12/3, 12/4, 12/7, 12/9, 12/10, 19/4, 19/5, 19/8, 23/9, 24/9, 24/12, 24/ 18
Treasury Department-Customs House Accounts 1/7, 2/1, 2/4, 6/1, 7/2, 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, 7/6, 7/7, 7/8, 7/9, 7/10, 8/1, 8/8, 8/9, 9/2, 16/3, 16/4, 16/5, 16/6, 16/7, 16/8, 16/9, 16/ 11, 16/12, 16/13, 17/1, 17/2, 17/3, 17/4, 17/5, 17/6, 17/7, 17/8, 17/9
Treasury Department-Secretary of Treasury 2/2, 5/1,5/2, 5/3, 5/4, 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 5/8, 5/9, 5/10, 5/11, 6/1, 6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 6/5, 6/6, 6/7, 6/8, 6/9, 6/10, 22/10, 22/11
Treasury Department Circulars 9/3
Treasury Department Commissions 15/12
Treasury Department Comptroller 2/4, 7/1, 7/2, 7/3, 7/4, 7/5, 7/6, 7/7, 7/8, 7/9, 7/10, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3, 8/4, 8/5, 8/6, 8/7, 8/8, 8/9, 23/1
Treasury Department Reports 6/9, 9/4, 22/1, 22/2, 22/3, 22/4, 22/5, 22/6, 22/7, 22/8, 22/9