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N. F. v. 1-2 (1872-73).
THE SIGNERS TO THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
(Emmet Collection. Presented to the New York Public Library by John S. Kennedy.)
MARYLAND; AND VIRGINIA, PART I.
Sanderson (John). Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence. Volume XIV., Maryland. Illustrated by Thomas Addis Emmet, M.D. New York [1870?]. F°.
The text consists of the life of Samuel Chase, by E. Ingersoll, from volume 9, pages 185 to 235 of the original edition of Sanderson; of Thomas Stone, by E. Ingersoll, from volume 9, pages 151 to 169; and the appendix to volume 9; of the life of William Paca, by E. Ingersoll, from volume 8, pages 173 to 199; of Charles Carroll, by H. B. Latrobe, from volume 7, pages 237 to 261, the Journal of Charles Carroll, published by the Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, 1845, pages 1 to 4, 37 to 84, and the will of Charles Carroll dated Sept. 2, 1825, with a codicil of Feb. 5, 1827, and second codicil of Jan. 5, 1813.
The material indexed consists of: book-plate 1, documents 6, engravings 2, letters 33, newspapers 2, portraits 59, views 49.
Letter: Chase (Samuel). At Captain Barney's, [Baltimore?] Jan. 4, 1800. To Mrs. Chase. Describes à narrow escape from death by breaking through some ice; he was saved by his son and an officer named Alexander. Lithograph fac-simile of an A. L.S. in the possession of F. J. Dreer Esq. Phila. 2 pp. F°. With a small wood engraving, on India paper, of the Res. of Judge Samuel Chase Baltimore Md. EM. 3463 Also in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861,
Letter: Chase (Samuel). Baltimore Town, [Md.,] Jan. 23, 1777. [To the Legislature of Maryland.] The committee appointed by the inclosed resolutions of Congress [to inquire into the conduct of the enemy towards prisoners of war] request that the honorable body appoint gentlemen to take depositions on the matters contained in the resolve; the committee has heard that some of the British prisoners taken at Princeton said that they were ordered to stand until they were cut to pieces and take no prisoners, also that Gen. Mercer and Lieut. [Bartholomew] Yeates were killed after they had surrendered, and that several bodies have been found hanging on trees in the Jersies. A.L.S. Endorsed. I page. 4°. EM. 3464
The address has been added in pencil by Dr. Emmet. For the resolutions of Congress referred to see the Journals for Jan. 16, 1777.
View: Baltimore, Md. Inscription: (left) Fac simile of the Original drawing by John Moale. Baltimore Town in 1752. Lithograph. [Philadelphia? 1860?] 17 x 7 in. EM. 3465
Portrait: Chase (Samuel). Bust; after the painting by Jarvis. [Engraved by H. B. Hall.] Line. [New York, 1870?] F°. EM. 3466
Apparently a proof before letter of the plate in the Maryland Historical Society's Centennial Memorial, The Journal of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Balt., 1876, p. 34.
Portrait: Carroll (Charles). Bust; directed facing, and looking slightly to the right; oval vignette. Inserted in an engraving of earlier date, representing Fame hanging a medallion (containing the portrait) upon a column; this again is inserted in a decorative frame apparently of still earlier date, and the inscription Charles Carroll is mounted below. Line. [New York? 1850?] F°. EM. 3461 Portrait: Carroll (Charles). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the front; book in right hand. Inscription: Engraved by James B. Longacre from a Painting by Chester Harding. Line. [Philadelphia, 1830?] Fo. EM. 3462
A pencil note reads, "From Longacre's Private Collection." CHASE.
Portrait: Sharpe (Horatio). Half length; directed to the left, facing and looking to the front; braided coat and waistcoat. Inscription: Horatio Sharpe Governor of Maryland. Horo. Sharpe (facsimile signature). Lithograph by Max Rosenthal. [Philadelphia, 1885?] 4°. EM. 3467
Letter: Sharpe (Horatio). Annapolis, [Md.,] June 9, 1755. [To Gov. Robert Hunter Morris, Philadelphia.] He has received a letter from Gen. Braddock; a duplicate was sent to Gov. Dinwiddie, whereupon the Virginia Assembly granted £6,000; if these governments follow the example, there will be no difficulty in complying with His Excellency's requisitions; rather than leave any troops at Fort Du Quesne without stores, he would, if he had provisions, try to bring out the militia to convoy them; whatever be the result of the Assembly's meeting, a few cannon and some arms shall be sent from this place; he hopes Pennsylvania will not refuse supplies; he has warned the back-inhabitants to be on their guard. A.L.S. Endorsed. 2 ll. 4°. EM. 3468 Printed in the Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, vol. 6 (Harrisburg, 1851) p. 420.
Pennsylvania (The) Gazette. Dec. 26, 1765. Numb. 1931. [Philadelphia: Franklin & Hall.] F°. EM. 3469
Funeral rites of the stamp act in Frederick Town, Md. Portrait: Chase (Samuel). Inscription: Samuel Chase. Engraved from a Drawing by J. B. Longacre after a Painting by Jarvis. Stipple. 8°. EM. 3470
Also in Sanderson's Biography of the Signers, vol. 9 (Phila., 1827) p. 187.
Portrait: Schuyler (Philip). Bust; directed to the front, facing and looking to the left; military uniform. Inscription: Ph: Schuyler (fac-simile signature). Engd, by H. B. Hall & Sons, New York. Stipple and line. [1870?] F°. EM. 3471
Portrait: Carroll (John). Half length; directed and facing to the left, looking to the front; pontificals; book in left hand, bookcase and curtain behind. Inscription: (left) Painted by J. Paul. (right) Engraved by W. S. Leney, F.S.A. & B. Tanner, F.S.A. (left) Reverendissimus Joannes Carroll, S.T.D. Archiepiscopus Baltimoriensis Primus. (right) The Most Reverend John Carroll, D.D. First Archbishop of Baltimore. (left) Entered according to Act of Congress the 9th, day of April 1812, by Benjn. Tanner, of the State of Pennsylvania. (right) Published 1st June 1812 by Benjamin Tanner Engraver, No. 74 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia. J. Murphy & Co. Baltimore. With coat of arms. Stipple. 14 x 17 in. EM. 3472
Portrait: Howe (Richard), Earl Howe. Full length; standing on deck; directed and facing to the left, looking to the front; drawn sword in right hand, left hand holding scabbard; behind him, ships engaged. Inscription: The Right Honble Richard Earl Howe, Admiral of the White, Vice Admiral of England, and Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet in the Channel. Who so Victoriously Conquered the French Fleet of superior Force, on the 1st of June 1794. in which Action 6 French Ships of the Line where taken, and 2 Sunk. Mezzotint. [London, 1794?] F°. EM. 3473
Letter: Pemberton (John). Philadelphia, May 30, 1782. To the President and Council [of Pennsylvania]. He feels himself impelled by God to visit his brethren in Europe; he has laid the matter before the religious society of friends, who have signified their sympathy; he has no worldly concern to promote, but simply a duty to discharge laid on him by God; he informs the President and Council of his intention, not because he thinks their consent necessary, but in order to remove all misapprehension. A.L.S. A postscript, signed Wm: Matthews, signifies the intention of the latter to accompany Pemberton. 2 pp. F°. EM. 3474
Printed in Penna. Archives, vol. 9 (Phila., 1854) P. 551. Portrait: George III., King of Great Britain. Half length; directed and facing to the left, looking to the front; plain coat with sash and star; oval within a rectangle. Inscription: (left) Heny. Moreland Pinxt. (right) Rd, Houston fecit | His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales Born 4 June Mezzotint. [London, 1755 ?] F°. 1738. N. S. EM. 3475 See J. C. Smith's British Mezzotinto Portraits, part 2, p. 659, no. 41. The inscription as there given differs slightly from the above.
Portrait: Chase (Samuel). Inscription: Engraved by J. B. Forrest from a Drawing by J. B. Longacre after an original Portrait by Jarvis. Samuel Chase. Samuel Chase (fac-simile signature). Stipple. 8°.
A pencil note reads, "From Longacre's Private Collection. Also in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.
Portrait: Charlotte Sophia, Queen of George III., King of Great Britain. Half length; profile to the right; low bodice with ermine robe behind, necklace of four rows of jewels with black bow behind, large earring with three pendants. Inscription: Charlotte, Queen of Great Britain &c. &c. Mezzotint. Fo. EM. 3477
The lower part of the inscription has been trimmed away. See J. C. Smith's British Mezzotinto Portraits, part 4, p. 1723, no. 41.
Portrait: Augusta Sophia, Princess, daughter of George III., King of Great Britain. Three quarters length; spinning; directed and facing to the right, looking to the front; plain dress and mobcap; oval. Inscription: (left) Sr. Wm. Beechy del (right) Geremia Scu | Her Royal Highness Princess Augusta. London Pubd, by E. Harding 19 May 1806. Stipple. F°. EM. 3478
Portrait: George IV., King of Great Britain. Half length; directed, facing and looking to the left; hair dressed in large curls, white cravat, plain coat with high collar; star; oval within a rectangle. Inscription (left) 3| His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales &c. Published 12th. May, 1794. by Laurie & Whittle, 53. Fleet Street, London. Mezzotint. 8°. EM. 3479
Portrait: Bertie (Mary), Duchess of Ancaster and Kesteven. Half length; nearly in profile to the right; head leaning on left hand, the elbow resting on a table; hair flowing over right shoulder. Inscription: Mary Dutchess of Ancaster. Printed for John Bowles, at No. 13 in Cornhill. Mezzotint. [1760?] 8°.
Violent letter against S[amuel] C[hase].
Letter: Lewis (William). Dec. 5, 1815. Το Lesley [Leslie] Combs, Frankfort, Ky. Acknowledges letters; he has received solicitations from other men of high respectability, but he has not answered as yet nor made any appointment. A.L.S. With a short biographical note by Leslie Combs. Endorsed. I page. 4°. EM. 3482
Letter: Iredell (James). Richmond, [Va.,] May 24, 1797. To Samuel Tredwell, Edenton, N. C. Blackburn having negotiated Tredwell's prize as well as his own six lottery tickets, he incloses Tredwell's, indorsed; incloses for Mrs. Iredell a copy of the President's speech, which all admire here, the friends of government enthusiastically. A.L.S. Endorsed. I page. 4°. EM. 3483 Portrait: Dallas (Alexander James). Profile to the right; circular. Small mezzotint (colored) by St. Memin. [Philadelphia, 1801.] EM. 3484 Unlettered. No. 138 in Elias Dexter's St. Memin collec tion of portraits, N. Y., 1862.
Letter: Rawle (William). [Philadelphia?] Feb. 2 [1800?]. To John Hall. If the prisoner pays the fine and legal charges he cannot be detained for any extra allowance, even though he may have agreed to reimburse it; defines the legal charges. A.L.S. On the back is a note to the same effect by R Peters. I page. 4°. EM. 3485
Portrait: Rawle (William). Half length; directed, facing and looking to the front. Inscription: (left) Painted by H. Inman (centre) A. Newsam Del (right) Childs & Inman Lithrs. | W Rawle (fac-simile signature). From the Original Portrait, Painted by order of the Bar of Philadelphia. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1832 by Childs & Inman in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Published by Childs & Inman 122 Walnut Street. Lithograph. F°. EM. 3486
Portrait: Jefferson (Thomas). Inscription: Thomas Jefferson. Drawn & Engraved by J. B. Longacre from the Portrait by Field after Stuart. Stipple. 8°. EM. 3487 A pencil note reads, "From Longacre's Private Collection." Also in Sanderson's Biography of the Signers, vol. 7 (Phila., 1827) P. 9.
Portrait: Bedford (Gunning). Half length; directed, facing and looking slightly to the right. Inscription: Gunning Bedford, Jun. Signer of the Constitution of the U. S. Gunng Bedford Junr (facsimile signature). Lithograph by Max Rosenthal. [Philadelphia, 1885?] 4° EM. 3488
Portrait: Randolph (John). Half length; seated; directed to the right, facing and looking to the front. Inscription: Engraved by T. B. Welch from a Painting by J. Wood in possession of F. S. Key Esqr. John Randolph. John Randolph (facsimile signature). Stipple and line. F°. EM. 3489 Also (on smaller paper) in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.
Letter: Harper (Robert Goodloe). Baltimore, July 2, 1800. To Gen. [Elias] Dayton, Elizabeth Town, N. J. Both parties mean to make a struggle in the election of the lower house of the assembly in October; the federalists will doubtless win, and they will then alter the law and substitute a choice by the legislature for the present district election of electors; Delaware is for Adams and Pinckney, the Carolinas uncertain; Brown and Relf's publication [the Philadelphia Gazette] containing Dayton's reply to the Aurora lies, was republished here; Dayton owes it to his country and to the cause of decency to prosecute this scoundrel [William Duane]; he himself has decided to pursue that course on the first occasion. A. L. S. Endorsed. 3 pp. 4°.
Letter: Key (Francis Scott). George Town, [D. C.,] Mar. 13, 1823. To E[li] Ayres, Baltimore. Dealing with the affairs of the American colonization society; he approves the bargain with [Ralph Randolph] Gurley; the balance of this
Letter: Stone (Thomas). [Port Tobacco, Md.,] Apr. 27, 1783. To his brother Watty [Walter,] [Philadelphia]. Directs him to deliver the inclosed letter to Lawrence Washington, if in Philadelphia; the young gentleman's father returns thanks for the kindness shown him; neither Mr. Mason nor himself can go to the county where the charge against Lawrence Washington will be examined; it is desired that the latter should remain in Philadelphia until he hears further from his father. Lithograph fac-simile of an A. L. S. in the possession of J. Mickley Esq. Philada. I page. F°. With a small wood engraving, on India paper, of the Res. of Thos. Stone Port Tobacco Md.
The original of this letter is now in the New York Public Library, and has been described as EM. 1048. The fac-simile is to be found also in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861, p. 33.
Letter: Stone (Thomas). [Port Tobacco, Md.?] Sept. 13, 1786. To [William Smallwood,] Governor. Capt. [Thomas Andrew?] Dyson intends to apply for the naval office of Potomac, made vacant by the death of Mr. Lock, and has desired Stone to recommend him; his acquaintance with Dyson is slight, but he understands that the latter is a man
freight will bear hard on their funds, but he hopes to supply the brig and the people with provisions from contributions in Baltimore; he will speak to the Secretary of the Navy about McCauley's accounts. A. L. S. I page. 4°. EM. 3491
The address has been mounted on the back of the letter.
Portrait: Barney (Joshua). Half length; directed to the front, facing and looking to the right; naval uniform; hands crossed, holding sword. Stipple engraving by J. Gross. F°. EM. 3492
A proof before letter of the plate in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.
Document: Maryland, Province.-Council of Safety. Annapolis, June 5, 1776. Commission appointing John Hayman second lieutenant in Capt. George Well's company of artillery. Printed form filled in. D.S., Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer,
J Hall, Ja. Tilghman, Wm. Hayward. At the bottom is a note dated Sept. 4, 1777, signifying that the commission is revoked in favor of John Steel; signed by John Moale. F°. I page. EM. 3493 See Archives of Maryland, vol. 11 (Balt., 1892) p. 467, and vol. 16 (Balt., 1897) p. 362.
Portrait: Carroll (John). Half length; directed and facing slightly to the right, looking to the front; right arm on arm of chair; pontificals, a church in the background; oval within a rectangle. Inscription: (left) Painted by I. P. De. C (right) Engraved by J. Sartain. | The Most Rev. John Carroll. First Archbishop of Baltimore. [Pubd. by John Murphy, Baltimore. Copyright Secured.] Mezzotint. [1850 ?] 8°. EM. 3494
Portrait: Pinkney (William). Half length; directed slightly to the right, facing and looking_to the front; leaning with right arm on a ledge. Inscription: William Pinkney Esq. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by C. King. Published by Harrison Hall No. 70 South Fourth Street Philadelphia. Stipple. 8°. EM. 3495
Also in the Portfolio, vol. 28 (Phila., 1822) p. 433. STONE.
of character and that he behaved well as an officer EM. 3497
in the army. A. L. S. 2 pp. F°.
Portrait: Stone (Thomas). Inscription: Thomas Stone. Drawn by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by Pine Engraved by G. B. Ellis. Line. 8°. EM. 3498
Also in Sanderson's Biography of the Signers, vol. 9 (Phila., 1827) P. 153.
Portrait: George III., King of Great Britain. Half length; profile to the left; small oval frame within an ornamental rectangle; crown, sceptre, escutcheon and ermine robe below. Inscription : (right) W. Walker sculp | George the IIId King of Great Britain, &c. Line. [London, 1770?] 8°.
Portrait: Washington (George). Bust; profile to the left; velvet coat. Inscription: Go Washington (fac-simile signature). From a portrait by Sharpless, presented by Washington to Col. Tallmadge. Stipple engraving by H. B. Hall and Sons. F°. EM. 3500
Also (on smaller paper) in the Magazine of American History, vol. 9 (N. Y., 1883) p. 81.
Portrait: Cromwell (Oliver). Half length; profile to the left; armor; oval frame with a view
Letter: Johnson (Thomas). Annapolis, [Md.,] Aug. 30, 1779. To Thomas Sim Lee. M. Gerrard [Gerard] will stop here on his way to Baltimore, and Johnson desires to show him attention; he wishes Lee's assistance in the matter, and asks him to come up; hopes to see Mr. Carroll also. A. L. S. Endorsed. 1⁄2 page. 4°. EM. 3502
View: Annapolis, Md. Inscription: (above, right) Columb. Mag. (below) A Front View of the State-House &c. at Annapolis the Capital of Maryland. Line. [Philadelphia, 1790?] 8°. EM. 3503 From the Columbian Magazine.
Letter: Paca (William). [Philadelphia,] Feb. 19, 1779. To Joseph Reed. He knows of no resolution of Congress which discontinues Gen. Arnold's command in this city. Lithograph fac-simile of an A. L.S. in the possession of J. Mickley Esq. Philada. I page. F°. With a small wood engraving, on India paper, of the Res. of Wm. Paca Queenstown Md. EM. 3507
Also in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861, p. 29.
Letter: Paca (William). [Maryland,] Friday evening . To Gov. [Thomas Sim] Lee. Having learned that his wife is seriously ill, he intends to set off for Philadelphia next morning; he can find no boat at present for Kent Island, and therefore requests the use of one belonging to the state; Commodore Grayson could probably contrive to get him
A. L. S. Endorsed. I page. F°. EM. 3508 Paca's second wife was a Miss Anna Harrison, of Philadelphia. She died in 1780.
Portrait: Paca (William). Inscription: William Paca. Engd, by P. Maverick from a drawing by J. B. Longacre from Copley. Line. 8°. EM. 3509 Also in Sanderson's Biography of the Signers, vol. 8 (Phila., 1827) p. 175.
Engraving: Great Britain.-Royal family. George III. is seated in the centre; Queen Charlotte, also seated, at his left hand; the princes stand to the left of the picture, the princesses to the right. Inscription: (left) T. Stothard Esq. pinx. (right) P. Roberts sc The Royal Family of England in the year 1787. Stipple. [London, 1800?] 4°. EM. 3510 A key is engraved below.
Letter: Carroll (Charles). Doughoregan, [Md.,] July 19, 1826. To Charles H. Wharton, Washington [D. C.]. Acknowledges letter of the 14th inst; he is fast nearing the end of earthly cares; he disapproved of Jefferson's administration, and was dissatisfied with a part of Adams's; yet the services of both men in the cause of independence should be remembered, and their errors forgotten; he is going to Baltimore to attend the ceremonies to their memory; the Baron de Montreiul and family are now here; when the vote of independence was taken, he was not in Congress, but he signed as soon as he took his seat; he should be glad to see
View: London.-Bank of England. Inscription: London Printed for Bowles & Carver, No. 69 St. Paul's Church Yard. A View of the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London. (left) The Centre erected 1733, G. Sampson, Architect. (right) Sir Robert Taylor, Knt, Architect of the Wings. I Published 25. July 1797. Line. Fo. EM. 3505
View: Annapolis, Md. Inscription: View of Annapolis in 1797. Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1871 by Chase & Town in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Lithograph, colored. 8°. EM. 3506 Also in the American Historical Record, vol. 1 (Phila., 1872) frontispiece.
Portrait: Smallwood (William). Bust; directed, facing and looking to the front; uniform. Inscription: Genl. Smallwood. W Smallwood (facsimile signature). Stipple and line. 12°. EM. 3511
Also in R. W. Griswold's Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution, vol. 1 (Phila., 1847) P. 274.
Letter Blair (John). Williamsburg, [Va.,] Mar. 10, 1768. To Sir William [Johnson,] [Tryon County, N. Y.?]. Acknowledges letter of Jan. 8th to the Lieutenant Governor [Fauquier], who died on the 2d inst.; the Council have advised him to lay it before the Assembly; sends him a power, under their seal, to transact business with the Indians at the congress to be held in summer; incloses a letter from Lord Shelburne directing them to run the boundary line between themselves and the Indian hunting ground, in which service Sir William and Mr. Stewart [John Stuart] are to join; they will begin at Col. Chiswell's lead mines, but there is great uncertainty as to the other end of the line. L. S. 2 pp. F°. EM. 3512
Letter: Paca (William). Annapolis, [Md.,] Jan. 28, 1785. To Gov. [George] Clinton, New York. Acknowledges a letter and depositions relative to the piracy of Hughes and Burke; he has had depositions taken, which he now forwards; the schooner is at Baltimore, and the affair has been communicated to the Judge of the Admiralty so that she may be secured. L. S. Endorsed. I page. F. EM. 3513
Wharton at his summer residence. Lithograph facsimile of an A. L. S. in the possession of R. C. Davis Esq. Phila. 2 pp. F. With a small wood engraving, on India paper, of the residence of Charles Carroll of Carrollton Baltimore Md.
Also in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861, p. 81. The letter is printed in K. M. Rowland's Charles Car roll of Carrollton, vol. 2. (N. Y., 1898) p. 340. Letter: Carroll (Charles) and Plater (George). York, [Penn.,] June 22, 1778. [To the Governor and Assembly of Maryland.] They received the instructions of the House of Delegates, and laid