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  1. [Letter from an American merchant sailor describing sailing and trading in Cuba]

    • Name: Clark, Samuel W.; Gibbs, Charles, 1794?-1831
    • Date: 1834 Sept. 19-20
    • Topic: Sugar trade; Sailors' writings; Travel
    • Format: text
  2. A list of slaves on Irwin Estate

    • Collection: Hall Family Papers and Sugar Plantation Records
    • Date: 1830 December 28
    • Format: text
  3. A mariner's sketches

    • Name: Ames, Nathaniel, -1835; Loring, Homer
    • Date: 1830
    • Topic: Seafaring life; Adventure and adventurers
    • Format: text
  4. A peep at China in Mr. Dunn's Chinese collection : with miscellaneous notices relating to the institutions and customs of the Chinese, and our commercial intercourse with them

    • Name: Wines, E. C. (Enoch Cobb), 1806-1879; Peale's Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.)
    • Date: 1839
    • Topic: Manners and customs; Civilization
    • Format: text
  5. A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837

    • Name: Ruschenberger, W. S. W. (William Samuel Waithman), 1807- 1895
    • Date: 1838
    • Topic: Travel; Voyages around the world
    • Format: text
  6. Abstract of the Will of the late Mr. Robert Kenyon

    • Collection: Hall Family Papers and Sugar Plantation Records
    • Date: between 1793 and 1834
    • Format: text
  7. Alfred North Correspondence and Other Documents

    • Correspondence and a journal from the papers of Alfred North (1807-1869), an American Presbyterian minister who served on international and domestic missions.
    • Creation Date: 1832-1869
  8. Chapman Family Correspondence and Other Documents

    • A small collection of family papers of American painter John Gadsby Chapman, consisting mostly of letters to Chapman from colleagues and associates, and correspondence with his son, Conrad Wise Chapman, who served in the Confederate army in the Civil War.
    • Creation Date: 1791-1898, bulk 1861-1865