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Barry-Hayes papers

1966.17

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library
Creator:
Barry, John, 1745-1803
Title:
Barry-Hayes papers
Date [bulk]:
1778-1861
Date [inclusive]:
1723-1875
Call Number:
1966.17
Extent:
23 boxes
General Physical Description note:
[7 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder]
Language:
English
Abstract:
John Barry (1745-1803), often credited as the Father of the American Navy, served the Continental Navy and the United States Navy for seventeen years. He and his descendents, particularly his nephew Patrick Hayes and grand-nephew Patrick Barry Hayes, became prominent members of Philadelphia society, serving as seamen, merchants, businessmen and politicians. The Barry-Hayes papers are the business, political and personal papers of John Barry and of his family, especially Patrick Hayes and Patrick Barry Hayes. The collection includes correspondence, letterbooks, diaries, logbooks, legal and financial papers related to Barry?s career in the Navy, the business ventures of the Hayes, Keen and Somers families, and their personal lives.
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Description and date of item], [Box number], Barry-Hayes papers, 1723-1875 (bulk 1778-1861), Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library.
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Biography/History

John Barry (1745-1803), often credited as the Father of the American Navy, served the Continental Navy and the United States Navy for seventeen years. He and his descendents, particularly his nephew Patrick Hayes and his grand-nephew Patrick Barry Hayes, became prominent members of Philadelphia society, serving as seamen, merchants, businessmen and politicians.

Barry was born in Ireland on December 7, 1745. While living in Rosslare, Barry began serving as cabin boy on his uncle Nicholas Barry?s fishing boat and quickly rose in rank to serve as mate.

Taking advantage of Philadelphia?s religious tolerance towards Catholics and the maritime tradition of the city, Barry adopted Philadelphia as his home town and captained merchant ships sailing between Philadelphia and the West Indies.

At the start of the revolution, Barry was ?given the singularly important task of outfitting the first Continental Navy ships which were put to sea from Philadelphia ? includ[ing] overseeing rigging, piercing gun ports, strengthening bulwarks, procuring powder and canvas for the new warships and loading provisions,? (Kelly). Barry served as an officer in the Continental Navy, commanding the Lexington from December 7, 1775 to October 18, 1776. While waiting for a new ship (the  Effington) to be built, he served in the Continental Army and saw action in the Battle of Trenton and the Battle of Princeton. Barry returned to sea in 1778 and commanded, for a few months, the  Raleigh which was captured by the British in September. During the capture, he saved two thirds of his men and afterwards, gave his famous ?Defense of the  Raleigh.? Finally, he served as commander of the  Alliance. He was wounded on May 29, 1781, during the capture of HMS  Atlanta and  Trepassey in what was to be the final naval battle of the Revolution off the coast of Cape Canaveral on March 10, 1783.

From 1787 to 1789, Barry returned to captaining merchant ships and was involved in opening commerce with China and the Orient on the ship Asia.

In 1789, the ?Constitution of the United States ? empowered Congress to provide and maintain a Navy,? (Naval Historical Center) but did not act on that power until 1794, when, the procurement and manning of six frigates was authorized. At the time that the United States Navy was established, Barry was appointed senior captain. On February 22, 1797, George Washing gave him Commission Number 1 in the United States Navy, making him Commodore Barry. He supervised the construction of the Navy?s first frigates.

During the Quasi-War with France from 1798 to 1800, Barry commanded the frigate United States. From 1798 to 1801, he served as head squadron commander of the United States Naval Station in the West Indies at Guadalupe. On March 6, 1801, he retired from active duty, but remained head of the Navy until his death on September 12, 1803.

Barry was known to be ?intrepid in battle [and] humane to his men as well as adversaries and prisoners,? (Kelly). He was a member of the Charitable Captains of Ships Club, the Hibernian Fire Company, the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and the Order of the Cincinnati. He also authored a signal book in 1780 which established ?a set of signals to be used for effective communication between ships voyaging in squadron formation,? (Kelly). He also contributed to the future of the United States Navy by training many sailors who served in the War of 1812.

Barry married Mary Clary (or Cleary) on October 31, 1767. She died at the age of 29 on February 9, 1774. On July 7, 1777 he married Sarah (Sally) Keen Austin. They had no children. Sarah?s nephews Michael and Patrick Hayes came to Philadelphia from Ireland and Patrick Hayes traveled with Barry on the trade voyages to the Orient from 1787 to 1789.

Patrick Hayes (1770-1856) was born in Ireland on October 9, 1770 and immigrated to Philadelphia around 1786 after the deaths of his parents. He served as a merchant sailor, particularly on the Asia, sailing with John Barry to the Orient; as director of the Marine Insurance Company; as Harbor Master for the Port of Philadelphia from 1839 to 1842; and as Master Warden for the Port of Philadelphia from 1843 to 1849. He died in Philadelphia on August 30, 1856 at the age of 85.

Patrick Hayes married Elizabeth Keep on April 8, 1795 and was the father of John Barry Hayes, Sarah Barry Hayes, Thomas Hayes, Isaac Austin Hayes and Patrick Barry Hayes (1809-1863). Patrick Barry Hayes lived and worked in Brazil before returning to Philadelphia, the city of his birth, to serve as United States Appraiser at the Custom House. He also served as the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. On November 6, 1855, he married Elizabeth Hickman and was the father of Elizabeth Barry Hayes. He died on May 26, 1863.

Bibliography:

Kelly, John Barry. "Commodore Barry." http://www.ushistory.org/people/commodorebarry.html (accessed July 7, 2011).

Naval Historical Center. "The Establishment of the Department of the Navy." http://www.history.navy.mil/faqs/faq31-2.htm (accessed July 7, 2011).

Much has been written about John Barry, notably the book John Barry: An American Hero in the Age of Sail, written by Tim McGrath, who used this collection extensively for his research.

Scope and Contents

The Barry-Hayes papers document John Barry?s business, political and personal life as well as the business and personal lives of his nephew Patrick Hayes, his grand-nephew, Patrick Barry Hayes, and the Hayes, Keen and Somers families. Also well documented are the business ventures of the Hayes, Keen and Somers families.

This collection is divided into seventy-five series, most of which contain only one or two files. Series of particular significance are:

Series 1. John Barry The papers of John Barry mainly focus on his career in the service of the Continental Navy. This series includes a narrative by Barry explaining the loss of the ship  Raleigh after an engagement with the Royal Navy (1778), journals from his command of the  Alliance (1781, 1783), and petitions to Congress for wages owed for service during the War of the Revolution (1790?s). Also present are a logbook written while in command of the merchant ship  Black Prince (1775), letters from relatives in Ireland and elsewhere, accounts and receipts, and a manuscript copy of his last will and testament (1803).

Series 2. Sarah Barry In this series are a few items of correspondence, bills and receipts of Sarah Barry, wife of John Barry, and several receipts pertaining to the disposition of her estate.

Series 3. Patrick Hayes This series includes Patrick Hayes? diary of his voyage, with John Barry, to Macao aboard the ship  Asia (1787), correspondence and business papers related to his career as a shipmaster and merchant involved with the China and West Indies trades, and personal accounts, bills and receipts. Frequent correspondents include M. D. Dougherty, T. Reilly, William Bainbridge, George L. Harris, Fitch Brothers, Baring Brothers & Co., Francis Moran, and Hayes? sons Isaac and Thomas, and their letters offer details about sailing conditions, amounts and sales of cargo, insurance, and other business matters.

Series 11. Patrick Barry Hayes Series 11 contains correspondence and business papers detailing Barry Hayes? business ventures and career as a commission merchant in Brazil, and includes a ?scrap and letterbook? with entries describing his first year in that country. Letters he received from family in Philadelphia and friends such as William Bainbridge, Jr., James Grogan, Joseph Inslee (signed Oje Eelsni), Charles Evans and Robert Lynch, contain news about social events and gossip about mutual acquaintances. Also present are financial papers such as bills, receipts and checks.

Series 12. Hayes, Engerer & Co. Correspondence and accounts of the firm Hayes, Engerer & Co., established by Isaac Austin Hayes and Lewis Frederick Engerer in Rio Grande, Brazil are found in this series. Both Isaac Austin Hayes and Patrick Barry Hayes worked for this company.

Series 13?57 In the series 13-57 are papers of other family members, especially those of the Austin, Keen and Somers families, or business associates, and include correspondence, legal, financial and estate papers, land surveys, indentures and memoranda.

Series 58. Ships? Papers This series contains accounts, receipts, invoices, bills of lading, crew lists, insurance policies, and memoranda pertaining to ships in which members of the Barry, Hayes, Somers and/or Keen families and their associates had interests. Ships  Dorothea, George Washington, Margaret, Emma, Superior and  Tontine are particularly well represented. Of note is a ?Memorandum relating to the Trade at Canton? in an unidentified hand, which describes business practices foreign traders face upon arrival in China (oversize volume).

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library,  2011.11.30

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Megan Hahn Fraser

Sponsor

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project. Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Custodial History note

Donated by Florence, Austin and William Hepburn. ISM accession numbers: 1966.17; 1966.88; 1984.93; 1986.22; 1986.43. The collections were consolidated in 1989 in order to reestablish original order and to facilitate access.

Processing Information note

The William Penn Foundation provided funding for conservation done by the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, 1989-1990.

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Hayes, Engerer & Co.
  • Raleigh (Ship).
  • United States. Continental Navy.
  • United States. Navy.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Business records
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Estate records
  • Financial records
  • Indentures
  • Land surveys
  • Legal documents
Geographic Name(s)
  • Brazil
  • China
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • West Indies
Personal Name(s)
  • Barry, John, 1745-1803
  • Hayes, Patrick Barry, 1809-1863
  • Hayes, Patrick, 1770-1856
Subject(s)
  • International trade
  • United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783

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Collection Inventory

Series 1. John Barry.

Box Folder

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1778-1802, and undated.

1 1

Letters received, 1778-1798, and undated.

1 2

?Defence against the loss of the Raleigh?, 1778.

1 3

Accounts and receipts, 1778-1803.

1 4

Bond and receipt, 1789.

1 5

?Statement of the distribution of prize money?, 1799.

1 6

Power of attorney, 1801.

1 7

Last will and testament, 1803.

1 8

Account book, ? Prizes. Ships Britannia, Anna and Kingston; Snow Commerce?, 1782.

1A

Account of proceeding on board Alliance, 1783.

1A

Account of blocks on board Frigate United States, undated.

1A
Oversize-volume

Black Prince, Logbook, 1775.

Alliance, Journal, 1781.

Alliance, Ledger, 1781.

Alliance, Payroll, 1781.

Account of stores on board Continental Frigate Alliance, 1781.

Alliance, Journal, 1783.

Series 2. Sarah Barry.

Box Folder

Letters sent, 1802.

1 9

Letters received, 1804-1827.

1 10

Receipts, 1804-1831.

1 11

Bond with John Towers, 1805.

1 12

Estate of-, Accounts, bills and receipts, 1831-1833.

1 13

Series 3. Elinor Hayes Kavanagh.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1799 and undated.

1 14

Series 4. Michael Hayes.

Box Folder

Letter received, 1797.

1 15

Bills and receipts, 1799-1800.

1 16

Series 5. Patrick Hayes.

Box Folder

Diary, aboard Asia, 1787.

1 17

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1800-1839, and undated.

1 18

Letters received, 1799-1806.

1 19

Letters received, 1807-1819.

1 20

Letters received, 1820-1824.

2 1

Letters received, 1825 January-May.

2 2

Letters received, 1825 June-December.

2 3

Letters received, 1826-1835, 1852-1853.

2 4

Letters received, undated.

2 5

Papers regarding United States vs. Patrick Hayes, 1850.

2 6

Indenture with Francis McKernan, unsigned [179?].

2 7

?Book of Invoice and Sales", 1795-1801.

2 8

Account books, 1797, 1816.

2 9

Account book, 1817-1819.

2 10

Bills and receipts (see also oversize folder), 1795-1803.

2 11

Bills and receipts, 1804-1807.

3 1

Bills and receipts, 1808-1820.

3 2

Bills and receipts, 1821-1822.

3 3

Bills and receipts, 1822-1823.

3 4

Bills and receipts, 1823-1824.

3 5

Bills and receipts, 1825.

3 6

Bills and receipts, 1826-1832.

4 1

Bills and receipts, 1833-1856.

4 2

Bills and receipts, undated.

4 3

Memoranda, undated.

4 4

Cancelled checks, 1806-1842.

4A
Oversize-folder

Naturalization certificate, 1822.

Series 6. Elizabeth Keen Hayes.

Box Folder

Daybook, 1795-1799.

4 5

Commonplace book, circa 1798.

4 6

Letters received, 1799-1818.

4 7

Letters received, 1819-1826.

4 8

Letters received, 1827-1852.

5 1

Letters received, undated.

5 2

Bills and receipts, 1801-1803, 1806, and undated.

5 3

Series 7. Sarah Barry Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1814-1818.

5 4

Letters received, 1819-1820.

5 5

Letters received, undated.

5 6

Series 8. Thomas Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1838, and undated.

5 7

Letters received, 1814-1855.

5 8

Bills and receipts, 1819, 1830 ? 1832, 1835.

5 9

Estate of-, papers, 1850.

5 10

Series 9. Susan P. [Bainbridge] Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1831, 1833.

5 11

Series 10. Isaac Austin Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1824-1837, and undated.

5 12

Letters received, 1818-1835.

5 13

Letters received, 1836-1839.

5 14

Letters received, undated.

6 1

Memoranda, 1825.

6 2

Inventory of articles of Richard A. Tetherington, 1835 February 16.

6 3

Bills and receipts, 1823-1836, and undated.

6 4

Series 11. Patrick Barry Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1828-1831.

6 5

Letters sent and retained drafts, 1832-1860, and undated.

6 6

?Scrap and letter book of Patrick Barry Hayes, First Year in Rio Grande", 1831-1832.

6 7

Letters received, 1824-1828.

6 8

Letters received, 1829-1830 February.

6 9

Letters received, 1830 March-December.

6 10

Letters received, 1831-1832 March.

7 1

Letters received, 1832 April-December.

7 2

Letters received, 1833 January-May.

7 3

Letters received, 1833 June-December.

7 4

Letters received, 1834.

7 5

Letters received, 1835 April-September 15.

7 6

Letters received, 1835 September 19-October.

8 1

Letters received, 1835 November-December.

8 2

Letters received, 1836 January-April.

8 3

Letters received, 1836 May-October.

8 4

Letters received, 1837 November 1836-December.

8 5

Letters received, 1838.

8 6

Letters received, 1839-1852.

8 7

Letters received, 1853 January-May.

9 1

Letters received, 1853 June?1854 December.

9 2

Letters received, 1855-1859.

9 3

Letters received, 1860 February.

9 4

Letters received, 1860 March-November.

9 5

Letters received, 1861-1863.

9 5

Letters received, undated.

10 1

Letters of recommendation received, 1853 and undated.

10 2

Power of attorney for Sarah Keen, 1844.

10 3

Memoranda, 1829-1832, and undated.

10 4

Fame Hose Company memoranda and tickets, 1828 and undated.

10 5

Washington Grays parade instructions, 1827 and undated.

10 6

Bills and receipts, 1826-1855.

10 7

Bills and receipts, 1856-1859.

10 8

Bills and receipts, 1860-1862, and undated.

10 9

Check book, 1853-1854.

10 10

Penmanship practice book, circa 1816.

10 11

Series 12. Hayes, Engerer & Co.

Box Folder

Letters sent, 1834-1837, and undated.

11 1

Letters received, 1831-1836 June.

11 2

Letters received, 1836 July? 1838.

11 3

Legal papers, 1831, 1836.

11 4

Accounts, invoices and receipts, 1835-1838, and undated.

11 5

Bills of lading, 1834-1836.

11 6

Prices current, 1835.

11 7

Series 13. Isaac Austin.

Box Folder

Letter received, undated.

11 8

Petition, 1780.

11 9

Inventory of property of Peter Lorah for rent due ?, 1785.

11 10

Estate of-, copy of text of notice to those indebted, 1801.

11 11

Series 14. Samuel Austin (I).

Box Folder

Letter sent, 1758.

11 12

Bond, 1753.

11 13

Last will and testament, 1760.

11 14

Series 15. Samuel Austin (II).

Box Folder

Power of attorney, 1832.

11 15

Receipt, 1833.

11 16

Series 16. Baker & Cox v. Dilworth.

Box Folder

Account and legal opinion, 1801.

11 17

Series 17. William Canfield.

Box Folder

Patent, 1870.

11 18

Series 18. Andre Carcier.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1817, 1819.

11 19

Series 19. Samuel Comly.

Box Folder

Indenture, 1841.

11 20

Series 20. Fanny Crathorne.

Box Folder

Letter sent, 1805.

11 21

Series 21. Sarah Crathorne.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1802-1803.

11 22

Series 22. Peter Cullen.

Box Folder

Letterbook, 1832-1833.

11 23

Letterbook, 1834.

11 24

Series 23. William Alexander Duer.

Box Folder

Oath of allegiance, undated.

11 25

Series 24. Alexander Freedland.

Box Folder

Receipts, 1799.

11 26

Series 25. Samuel M. Grier.

Box Folder

Bond with Sarah Brinton, 1835.

11 27

Series 26. Dolly Hayes.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1872 and undated.

11 28

Series 27. Charles Keen.

Box Folder

Letter received, 1845.

11 29
Oversize-folder

Indentures, 1825-1841.

Series 28. Joseph Keen.

Box Folder

Legal papers, 1795-1825.

11 30

Series 29. Matilda B. Keen.

Box Folder

Indenture of lease, 1876.

11 31

Series 30. Matthias Keen.

Box Folder

Draught of land, 1753.

11 32

Will and testament, 1797.

11 33

Series 31. Reynold Keen.

Box Folder

Estate of-, re: shares in Library Company, 1824-1830.

11 34

Series 32. Sarah Keen.

Box Folder

Letter sent, 1810.

12 1

Series 33. William Jonas Keen.

Box Folder

Letters sent and retained draft, 1801-1803.

12 2

Letters received, 1799-1803, and undated.

12 3

Account book, 1797.

12 4

Accounts, bills, receipts and checks, 1797-1805, and undated.

12 5

Series 34. Thomas Kittera.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1833-1834.

12 6

Series 35. John M. Lisle.

Box Folder

Deed from Bennet Dobbs, 1857.

12 7

Series 36. James Magee.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1833-1834.

12 8

Series 37. Cyrus Marsh.

Box Folder

Bond with H. F. Hepburn, 1875.

12 9

Series 38. Peter McClease.

Box Folder

Bond with Peter Candler and Timothy Carman, 1734.

12 10

Series 39. Anthony Mitchell.

Box Folder

Letter received and bond, 1786, 1790.

12 11

Series 40. Blas Moran.

Box Folder

Letter received, 1809.

12 12

Prices current, 180[?].

12 13

Penmanship sample, 1818.

12 14

Series 41. Narcisso Moran.

Box Folder

Letters received, 1818.

12 15

Series 42. William [?] Penn.

Box Folder

Deed (fragment), 17[?].

12 16

Series 43. Joab Pricket.

Box Folder

?Smith book, November 2, 1795?, 1795 November 2.

12 17

Series 44. Sawings, Jennett and Joseph.

Box Folder

Bond, 1790.

12 18

Series 45. Jonathan Scull.

Box Folder

Letter of administration of estate of Caleb Scull, [1782].

12 19

Series 46. Philip Scull.

Box Folder

Legal papers, 1754, 1773-1774.

12 20

Series 47. Constant Somers.

Box Folder

Indenture, 1787.

12 21

Appointment to Deputy Surveyor, 1795.

12 22

Appointment of R. Townsend to Deputy Collector of Customs, 1798.

12 23

Accounts, bills, receipts, 1785-1799.

12 24

Account/receipt/memoranda books, 1794-1796, 1796-1797.

12 25

Estate of-, papers, 1801.

12 26

Series 48. Job Somers (I).

Box Folder

Deed, 1723.

12 27

Letter received, 1766.

12 28

Accounts, receipts, bond and receipt, 1767-1777.

12 29

Bills of sale, 1776.

12 30

Estate of-, papers, 1777, 1783-1784.

12 31

Series 49. Job Somers (II).

Box Folder

Indenture, 1783.

12 32

Series 50. John Somers.

Box Folder

Indenture with Elijah Medrick, 1795.

12 33

Memoranda regarding Town officers of Egg Harbor [New Jersey], 1779.

12 34

Accounts, receipt, 1776, 1779, 1797.

12 35

Series 51. Richard and Sophia Stillwell Somers.

Box Folder

Marriage license, 1761 December 3.

13 1

Series 52. Richard Somers (I).

Box Folder

Letters sent, 1779, 1794.

13 2

Letters received, 1776-1791.

13 3

Surveys, 1740-1774.

13 4

Survey, 1760.

13 4A

Surveys, 1775-1791, and undated.

13 5

Legal papers, 1775-1792.

13 6

Accounts, bills and receipts, 1764-1783.

13 7

Accounts, bills and receipts, 1784-1794.

13 8

Memorandum book, July 1789.

13 9

List of vessels put into Great Egg Harbour in Distress, undated.

13 10

Estate of-, inventory of appraisement, 1794.

13 11

Series 53. Richard Somers (II).

Box Folder

Receipts, 1797.

13 12

Series 54. Sarah Somers.

Box Folder

Letter sent, undated.

13 13

Receipts, 1795-1796.

13 14

Series 55. South River Sawmill.

Box Folder

Receipts, 1791.

13 15

Series 56. William Ware.

Box Folder

Seaman?s protection certificate, 1809.

13 16

Series 57. Mary Yessenberry.

Box Folder

Bill of sale, 1740.

13 17

Series 58. Ships? papers.

Box Folder

Allegany (sic) (Schooner). Collection notice, 1807.

14 1

America (Brig). Account, 1824.

14 2

Ann Eliza (Brig). Bill of lading, 1835.

14 3

Apollo (Ship). Accounts, 1812.

14 4

Argo (Schooner). Receipt, 1825.

14 5

Asia (Ship). Bill of lading, 1807.

14 6

Aspasia (Schooner). Invoice, undated.

14 7

Aurora (Brig). Account, 1831.

14 8

Betsy (Brig). Account, bill of lading, 1811-1812.

14 9

Black River (Ship) et. al. Deposition, undated.

14 10

Camilla (Ship). Bill of lading, 1802.

14 11

Cato (Brig). Receipt, undated.

14 12

Ceres (Schooner). Account, 1825.

14 13

Charlotte (Shallop). Memoranda, 1798.

14 14

Charloty (sic) (Sloop). Account and attachment, 1778-1779.

14 15

China (Schooner). Invoice, 1825.

14 16

Commodore Barry (Brig). Bills of lading, accounts (see also oversize folder), 1805, 1812.

14 17

Cyrus (Brig). Bill of lading, 1807.

14 18

Delawear (sic) (Ship). Invoice, 1786.

14 19

Despatch (sic) (Sloop). Bills of lading, account book, 1790-1792.

14 20

Dolfin (sic) (Schooner). Bills of lading, 1768, 1775.

14 21

Dorothea (Ship). Bills of lading, invoices, crew lists (1 of 2), 1805.

14 22

Dorothea (Ship). Bills of lading, invoices, crew lists (2 of 2) (see also oversize folder), 1805.

14 23

Edward and Edmond (Schooner). Accounts, bills of lading, petition, 1802.

14 24

Eliza (Brig). Insurance policy, account, 1808.

14 25

Ellen (Ship). Account, 1826.

14 26

Emily (Brig). Receipt, 1833.

14 27

Emma (Brig). Accounts, receipts (1 of 2), 1831-1836.

14 28

Emma (Brig). Accounts, receipts (2 of 2), 1831-1836.

14 29

Enterprise (Schooner). Accounts, 1779-1780.

15 1

Favorite (Schooner). Invoice, 1807.

15 2

Federalist (Ship). Measurement of masts and yards, undated.

15 3

Feliciana (Brig). Insurance policy, 1825.

15 4

Fox (Schooner). Account, bill of lading, 1804.

15 5

George (Brig). Account, 1822.

15 6

George Washington (Ship). Accounts, bills of lading, receipts, (1 of 2), 1803-1804.

15 7

George Washington (Ship). Accounts, bills of lading, receipts, (2 of 2) (see also oversize folder), 1803-1804.

15 8

Governor McKean (Schooner). Bill of sale, 1812.

15 9

Grace Ann Green (Brig). Invoice and bill of lading, 1811.

15 10

Halcyon (Ship). Invoice, 1811.

15 11

Hamlet (Brig). Bill of lading, accounts, 1835.

15 12

Hannah (Schooner). Account, 1806.

15 13

Hannah and Rebecca (Brig). Account, 1825.

15 14

Harmony (Sloop). Account, 1806.

15 15

Hawk (Schooner). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1779-1780.

15 16

Hetty (Schooner). Account, bill of lading, freight list, 1798-1799.

15 17

Hope (Brig). Invoices, accounts, bills of lading, crew lists (see also oversize folder), 1801 and undated.

15 18

Hunter (Schooner). Accounts, 1778-1779.

15 19

James (Schooner). Insurance policy and accounts, 1808.

15 20

Le Baron (Brig). Account, 1835.

15 21

Leda (Schooner). Account, 1825.

15 22

Lela (Brig). Receipt, 1841.

15 23

Liberty (Schooner). Articles of agreement, 1797.

15 24

Lion (Ship). Accounts, bills of lading, 1811.

15 25

London Packet (Schooner). Collection notice, 1807.

15 26

Louisa (Schooner). Receipt, 1841.

15 27

Loyal Susannah (Sloop). Bill of sale, 1763.

15 28

Margaret (Brig). Accounts, receipts (1 of 2), 1824.

15 29

Margaret (Brig). Accounts, receipts (2 of 2), 1824.

15 30

Maria (Schooner). Account, 1826.

15 31

Maria Dolores (Brig). Account, bill of lading, 1812.

15 32

Mary (Brig). Bill of lading, invoice, receipt, 1826.

15 33

Mayflower (Ship). Account and receipt, 1785 and undated.

15 34

Meridian (Brig). Account, 1808.

15 35

Mexican (Schooner). Receipts, 1823.

15 36

Mildred (Brig). Insurance policies, 1806.

15 37

Nancy (Brig). Accounts, receipts, manifests, 1817-1818.

15 38

Nanina (Brig). List of articles, 1811.

15 39

New Jersey (Ship). Bill of lading, receipt, invoice, insurance (see also oversize folder), 1800.

15 40

Niagara (Brig). Bill of lading, 1811.

15 41

Ontario (Brig). Account, invoice, bill of lading, 1825.

15 42

Oriental (Brig). Receipt, list of cargo, 1833-1835.

16 1

Parrigon (sic) (Brig). Dimensions of masts and spars, undated.

16 2

Patrick B. Hayes (Schooner). Bill of sale, 1825.

16 3

Portland (Sloop). Invoice, 1764.

16 4

Ranger (Brig). Accounts, invoices, 1812-1813.

16 5

Rangler (Sloop). Affidavits, accounts, 1788.

16 6

Rattlesnake (Schooner). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1780-1782.

16 7

Rebecca (Ship). Insurance policy, entry of merchandise, 1806-1807.

16 8

Reindeer (Schooner). Affidavit, 1816.

16 9

Richard (Schooner). Account of sales, 1824.

16 10

Roebuck (Schooner). Insurance policy, 1806.

16 11

Rose (Brig). Bills and receipts, 1825-1827.

16 12

Saley and Polley (sic) (Pilot boat). Protest, 1793.

16 13

Sally (Schooner). Accounts, invoices, 1808-1810.

16 14

Sally (Sloop). Way book and invoice, 1791 and undated.

16 15

Second Attempt (Brig). Insurance policies, receipts, bills of lading, 1811.

16 16

Sophia Hampton (Schooner). Receipt, 1824.

16 17

Superior (Brig). Accounts, receipts, invoices (1 of 3), 1807-1809.

16 18

Superior (Brig). Accounts, receipts, invoices (2 of 3), 1807-1809.

16 19

Superior (Brig). Accounts, receipts, invoices (3 of 3) (see also oversize folder), 1807-1809.

16 20

Sylph (Ship). Master?s instructions, 1777.

16 21

Tontine (Brig). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1821-1823.

16 22

Tontine (Brig). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1824.

17 1

Tontine (Brig). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1825.

17 2

Tontine (Brig). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1826.

17 3

Tontine (Brig). Accounts, bills, receipts, 1827 and undated.

17 4

Two Brothers (Schooner). Accounts, receipts, bills of lading (see also oversize folder), 1800-1801.

17 5

United States (Frigate). Oath of allegiance, 1798.

17 6

United States (Schooner). Invoices, bill of lading, account, 1800 and undated.

17 7

Washington (Ship). Bill of lading, 1803.

17 8

William Henry (Brig). Account of sale, 1838.

17 9

Unidentified ship. Bill of lading, 1812.

17 10

Unidentified ship. List of cabin passengers, undated.

17 11

Unidentified ship. Measurements, undated.

17 12
Oversize-folder

Unidentified ship. Cargo list, undated.

Oversize-volume

Unidentified ship. ?Memorandum relating to the Trade at Canton?, undated.

Series 59. Letters.

Box Folder

Alienated enclosures and letters from unidentified persons, [circa 1800]-1879, and undated.

18 1

Series 60. Legal papers.

Box Folder

Depositions, agreements, deeds, jury list, 1769-1857, and undated.

18 2

Series 61. Financial papers.

Box Folder

Accounts, bills, receipts, 1761-1866, and undated.

18 3

Account book, unidentified New Jersey tavern, 1793-1795.

18 4

Account book, ?Subscribers for the relief of the suffering of inhabitants of the Cape de Verde Islands", 1833.

18 5

Series 62. Index, Ledger.

Box Folder

?Alphabet to ledger? (Note: ledger not extant.), undated.

18 6

Series 63. Notes regarding Estates and Genealogy of Barry, Austin and Keen families.

Box Folder

Notes in unidentified hand regarding heirs and ownership of stock holdings, undated.

18 7

Series 64. Narratives and poetry.

Box Folder

Narratives and poetry by unidentified authors, undated.

18 8

Series 65. Recipes.

Box Folder

Recipes for peach syrup(?) and hair color, by unidentified authors, undated.

18 9

Series 66. Drawings.

Box Folder

Signal Flags, captions possibly by Isaac Austin Hayes, 1832.

18 10

Series 67. Newspapers.

Box Folder

O Continentista, 1835-1836.

18 11

O Mercantil do Rio Grande, 1835-1836.

18 12

O Mensageiro, 1836.

18 13

Series 68. Clippings.

Box
18
Folder
14

Series 69. Calling cards.

Box
18
Folder
15

Series 70. Forms (blank).

Box Folder

Forms.

19 1

Bills of Lading.

19 2

Oaths of Allegiance.

19 3

Series 71. Envelopes.

Box Folder

Alienated envelopes and wrappers.

19 4

Series 72. Transcripts.

Box Folder

?Calendar of Correspondence of Patrick Hayes,? transcribed by William Bell Clark.

19 5

Series 73. Fragments.

Box
19
Folder
6
Box Folder

Series 73. Fragments.

19 7

Series 74. Broadsides.

Oversize-folder

Series 75. Publications.

Box Folder

Aitken?s General American Register, 1773.

20 1

Annual Report of the Managers of the Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania, 2 v., 1836, 1840.

20 2

Appendix by Thomas Truxtun, 1794.

20 3

Catalogue of Garden, Grass and Flower Seeds? by Goldthwait and Moore, 1796.

20 4

The Complete Jockey, 1690.

20 5

Constitution of the Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland, 1790.

20 6

Directions for Gillaspy and Strong?s Medicine Chests, undated.

20 7
Oversize-volume

The English Pilot for the Southern Navigation, 1774.

Box Folder

An Essay on Credit: in which the doctrine of Banks is considered, 1786.

20 8

For the Information of the Merchants Concerned in the Exportation of Merchandize, circa 1785.

20 9

Gowland?s Vegetable Lotion advertising pamphlet, with card game rules, circa 1795.

20 10
Oversize-volume

Great Britain?s Coasting Pilot by Captain Greenvile Collins, 1771.

Box Folder

Jay Treaty, unidentified volume regarding __, circa 1795.

20 11

Laws Enacted in the First Sitting of the Twelfth General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1787.

20 12

Laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1789.

20 13

Lesson and vocabulary book (fragment).

21 1

Marburger Gesangbuch, 1763.

21 2

Marine Rules and Regulations. 2 copies, 1798.

21 3

A New Set of Logarithmic Solar Tables, 1778.

21 4

A New Table of Latitude and Departure for every degree?, 1794.

21 5

Ogilby and Morgan?s Pocket-book of the Roads, 1745.

21 6

Philadelphia Directory for 1798, 1798.

21 7

The Philadelphiad &c., undated.

21 8

The Power of Congress over the District of Columbia, 1838.

21 9

Proclama?ao, Cidados Guardas Nacionaes, Porto Alegre, 1836.

21 10

Signal Manual (fragment), with mss. notes, undated.

21 11

Supplement to the Philadelphia Gazette and Daily Advertiser, 1803.

21 12

United States Articles of Confederation VIII-XIII (fragment) p. 5-7.

21 13