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Maryland Manuscripts Collection

Abstract

Title:
Maryland Manuscripts Collection
Author/Creator:
Maryland Manuscripts
Collection number:
various accessions
Size:
5,246 items
Bulk dates:
1664-1981
Inclusive dates:
1664-1981
Collection Area:
State of Maryland and Historical Collections
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

Included in this collection are approximately 5,200 individually cataloged letters, diaries, military and court records, ledger books, and printed ephemera (broadsides, handbills, etc.) related to the Maryland region--principally dating from 1750 to 1900. Individual items of significance are cataloged in the University of Maryland Libraries' Online Catalog.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Maryland Manuscripts Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1716
Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Historical Note currently not available

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Included in this collection are approximately 5,200 individually cataloged letters, diaries, military and court records, ledger books, and printed ephemera (broadsides, handbills, etc.) related to the Maryland region--principally dating from 1750 to 1900. Individual items of significance are cataloged in the University of Maryland Libraries' Online Catalog.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

Items in this collection were both donated and purchased from a variety of sources. Please see curator for more information.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Archives and Manuscripts Department staff.

Processing note:

Each item processed individually and assigned an individual Maryland Manuscript number.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Jennie A. Levine, January 2005.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Autographs and Calling Cards, 1830-1907 and undated (16 items)

Autograph albums, memory books, and calling cards. Albums and memory books were compiled by Ann Logan, Mary Smith, Elizabeth Pennington, Jeanette Roper, and Abigail Fisher. Individual autographs include those of Isidor Rayner, Enoch Pratt, James Cardinal Gibbons, Elva Burbage, and George W. Childs and the collection includes calling cards from Mary A., Alinda B., and William Henry White and Ella Givans.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Autographs and Calling Cards] series 1box 1folder 1
Logan, Ann: Album of memory containing engravings, newspaper clippings, autographs and noes., 1/1/1855-12/31/1865 series 1box 1folder 1item 1412
Smith, Mary: Album of memory containing water color lithographs of flowers, a premium awarded to Miss Mary Smith for Algebra and French by Mrs. Archer's Academy, 1/1/1855-12/31/1856 series 1box 1folder 1item 1413
Pennington, Elizabeth: Album, written sentiments to "Lizzie", 1853-, 1/1/1853-12/31/1890 series 1box 1folder 1item 1414
Isidor Raynor, Baltimore, United States Senate: Typed letter signed, May 21, 1907, to Isabel M. Coleman [Baltimore City], 5/21/1907-5/21/1907 series 1box 1folder 1item 2300
Album of memory of Miss Jeanette Roper., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4020
Autograph of George W. Childs., 3/20/1889-3/20/1889 series 1box 1folder 1item 4226
Autograph of W.H. Gunn [?]. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4227
Autograph of Enoch Pratt. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4228
Autograph of James Cardinal Gibbons. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4229
Calling card of Roscoe J. White, with handwritten signature of Elva Burbage., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4230
Calling card printed with name of Mary A. White., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4231
Calling cards with printed name of Alinda B. White., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4232
Calling card printed with William Henry White., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4233
Calling card printed with Ella Givans., [undated] series 1box 1folder 1item 4234
Memory book of Abigail Fisher; includes note and autograph of Frederick Douglass., 7/22/1825-3/15/1847 series 1box 1folder 1item 4256
Autograph album given to Miss Mollie Hennard in June 1860. [Formerly Rare Book AY11.P76], 1/1/1859-12/31/1861 series 1box 1folder 1item 5407

Series 2: Biographical and Genealogical Records, 1634-2001 and undated (84 items)

Biographical and autobiographical sketches, correspondence, genealogical charts, family histories, scrapbooks, testimonials, lists of property and estates, and certificates of marriages and burials for various individuals and families, primarily residents of Maryland. Included in this grouping is information pertaining to the Dorsey, McNeal, and Beckwith families, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Roger Brooke Taney, George Peabody, Johns Hopkins, John Pendleton Kennedy, Lizette Woodworth Reese, Edgar Allan Poe, and Thomas Baddeley Symons.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Biographical and Genealogical Records] series 2box 1folder 1
Memorandum concerning geneology of Robert Davis (died Nov. 21, 1789), [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 39
Letter establishing date of death of Robert Davis and geneology from Alex Magruder, 3/19/1810-3/19/1810 series 2box 1folder 1item 40
Lamping, Rebecca; Frank; Clay, William, Clemens, Helen: Miscellaneous papers, letters, accounts, etc. Copy of Record of William Lamping in the War of 1812, 1/1/1894-12/31/1894 series 2box 1folder 1item 298
Lamping, Rebecca;, Frank; Clay, William; Clemens, Helen: Miscellaneous papers, letters, accounts, etc. Greenmount Cemetery: Plot of Robert Starr's lot [Baltimore City], 1/1/1888-12/31/1888 series 2box 1folder 1item 312
Lamping Family Papers. Starr family permission for Helen Lamping and Family to use cemetery plot at Greenmount Cemetery [Baltimore City], 1/1/1887-12/31/1902 series 2box 1folder 1item 313
Rutledge, C.A.: Letter to Miss L. Goldie M. Smith concerning war record of C. A. Rutledge, 1/1/1914-12/31/1914 series 2box 1folder 1item 437
Extracts of letters to William Pinkney, student[?] at Princeton Theological Seminary, from his mother. Copied by his sister., 1/1/1831-12/31/1833 series 2box 1folder 1item 440
Pinkney, (A): Copies of letters and extracts from N. Pinkney to his wife [probably copied by daughter], 1/1/1805-12/31/1825 series 2box 1folder 1item 441
Thomas, J.: Letter to R. Caton on death of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, 2/12/1833-2/12/1833 series 2box 1folder 1item 623
Bartow, E.P.: Genealogy of the Bartow familiy in England, appendix, short pedigrees of a few families that married into the Bartow familiy (Folio ), 1/1/1886-12/31/1886 series 2box 1folder 1item 767
Brown, A.S.: Genealogy, an imperfect chronological record of the "House of Brown" (Folio ), 1/1/1897-12/31/1897 series 2box 1folder 1item 768
Bassett, G.: Register for Nodica Hotel, Ocean City, and bank statement for Molly Bassett, 1/1/1905-12/31/1919 series 2box 1folder 1item 770
Beckwith, Paul: George Beckwith, his Ancestors and descendants, 1/1/1891-12/31/1891 series 2box 1folder 1item 773
Beckwith, Paul: The Beckwiths in the American wars; Beckwiths of the British Army, 1/1/1891-12/31/1891 series 2box 1folder 1item 774
Richey, W. : Letter to James Richey, family matters, advice, 2 sheets, 12/11/1831-12/11/1831 series 2box 1folder 1item 843
Jennings, E.H.: Memoir of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Jennings, Title page of New Testament, 1/1/1822-12/31/1822 series 2box 1folder 1item 910
The Carroll Record: "History of the Englars", 3 pages, 10/5/1895-10/5/1895 series 2box 1folder 1item 938
Kinger, J.D.: Certificate of marriage, Charles F. Stouffer and Ella V. Devilbiss [Carroll County], 11/18/1893-11/18/1893 series 2box 1folder 1item 945
Sellmon, Annie: Book, Dorsey family records and miscellaneous papers, includes 1213a-1213x, 1/1/1824-12/31/1910 series 2box 1folder 1item 1213
Townsend, George Alfred: Sketches, The Life Crime and capture of John Wilkes Booth, missing June 20, 1978, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 1241
Hughes, J.: Letter to brother expressing concern for friends during the Battle of Baltimore and information about the state of his business and debts [Baltimore City], 1/1/1814-12/31/1814 (Online) series 2box 1folder 1item 1260
Carroll family, article, reprinted from the Journal of the Royal Historical and Archeological Association of Ireland for October 1883, Number 56, Volume VI, 4th series, includes 1315c (Folio ), 10/1/1883-10/31/1883 series 2box 1folder 1item 1315
Carroll family: Genealogical synopsis of the O'Carroll pedigree (Folio ), 1/1/1883-12/31/1883 series 2box 1folder 1item 1316
Nagel Family: Bible records presented by Maryland State Society Daughters of the American Revolution through their Geneological Records Committee (Folio ), 1/1/1962-12/31/1962 series 2box 1folder 1item 1345
Ellicott's Mills: Brief History of the Ellicott Brothers and the mills (Folio ), [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 1346
Kennedy, John Pendleton: Picture and on the picture is the following information: engraved by H. B. Hall, daguerreotype by Vannesan, Putnams Monthly portraits, the author of "Swallow Barn", G.P. Putnam and Company, New York, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 1362
Spencer, M.H.: Letter, personal, to Ernest from his mother, M.H. Spencer cautioning him to be polite, take care of his clothes, and send his dirty wash home [Baltimore City], 7/28/1886-7/28/1886 series 2box 1folder 1item 1369
Chase, Mary: Original letter to Mrs. Randle Moale, Baltimore, begging her to procure a wet nurse and other personal matters, 2/24/1827-2/24/1827 series 2box 1folder 1item 1460
Donovan, J. F.: Scrapbook that belonged to his grandfather, contains 1492a-I (Folio ), 1/1/1847-12/31/1918 series 2box 1folder 1item 1492
Symons, Susie La Roche: Typed document April 10, 1957, 'The Small Beginning', a little sketch of the life of Thomas Beddely Symons, 7 pages, 4/10/1957-4/10/1957 series 2box 1folder 1item 1627
Phelps, John: Notebook, law index to law terms and procedures; 123 pages; on verso of front cover is genealogy of John Phelps, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 1633
Ledger (Sharpsburg, Boonsboro) 1851-1859 ,pages 32-452; death lists 1881-1907 (compiled 1915); Ella Betts (Boonsboro) scrapbook, 1867-1889, clippings, poetry, death notices, miscellaneous articles pasted on ledger, pages 1-31 (Folio ), 1/1/1851-12/31/1915 series 2box 1folder 1item 1661
Orrick, Frank D.: Scrapbook, 1882-1891, presented to Frank D. Orrick from James M. Butler (colored), miscellaneous newspaper clippings on places in Europe, political issues and politicians, musicians, Battleship Maine, Statue of Liberty, horoscope (Folio ), 1/1/1882-12/31/1891 series 2box 1folder 1item 1678
Orrick, Frank D.: Scrapbook, 1900-1918, newspaper clippings on miscellaneous subjects, W.J. Bryan, W. McKinley, W. Wilson, political, many certificates of appointment in Frank D. Orrich's name (Folio ), 1/1/1900-12/31/1918 series 2box 1folder 1item 1679
Reese, Lizette Wordsworth: Autographed note signed February 8, 1931, to Florence M. Pearson, thanking her for birthday congratulations, original envelope, 2/8/1931-2/8/1931 series 2box 1folder 1item 1685
MacCubbin, Thomas: Holograph signed letter, December 13, 1874, to Emily Beckwith, niece, concerning his accident and business with her father, Zachariah, 12/13/1874-12/13/1874 series 2box 1folder 1item 1743
H. T. Robinson (Wickford, Rhode Island) to son Matthew Robinson: July 1, 1830, autographed letter signed, family news [Baltimore City], 7/1/1830-7/1/1830 series 2box 1folder 1item 2003
Hannah Robinson to Mary Robinson, February 26, 1831, worry over her son's [Matthew Robinson] safety at sea, 2/26/1831-2/26/1831 series 2box 1folder 1item 2004
Document titled "Index to manuscripts concerning some of the descendants of the Price, Hyland, and Dorrington families of Maryland at the Library of Congress", 6/2/1974-6/2/1974 series 2box 1folder 1item 2047
Testimonial from the members of the bar to Honorable Charles E. Phelps on his retirement, May 1, 1908, Baltimore [Baltimore City], 5/1/1908-5/1/1908 series 2box 1folder 1item 2278
The National Memorial to Edgar Allan Poe, January 30, 1881; reprint from New York Herald [Baltimore City], 1/30/1881-1/30/1881 series 2box 1folder 1item 2280
Historical sketches of Germans in Maryland by F. P. Hennighausen, notebook and insert 1912 (?), covers 1730-1773, 1/1/1912-12/31/1910 series 2box 1folder 1item 2301
Beckwith family geneological notes, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 2304
Shephard family, Carroll county, Maryland: Notebook, poems, letters, copies of notary statements, family details, 1890's [Carroll County], 1/1/1891-12/31/1899 series 2box 1folder 1item 2373
Shepherd family, Wisconsin, notebook, clippings, poems, 1850's, 1/1/1850-12/31/1859 series 2box 1folder 1item 2374
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 28, 1869: "The Mysterious Duer-Hearn Tragedy at Pokomoke City" (Folio ), 6/28/1869-6/28/1869 series 2box 1folder 1item 2649
John L. Moore, Howard County: Autograph letter signed, February 13, 1846, to daughter Caroline Belt Moore from Ellicotts Mills to her boarding school in Baltimore; envelope included; explanation of a quilt owned by Caroline Belt Moore, includes 2688a, b, c [Baltimore City], 2/13/1846-2/13/1846 series 2box 1folder 1item 2688
E.M. Moore, Howard County: Autograph letter signed to cousin Rachel in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 16, 1840; sent from Ellicotts Mill, mention of oncoming Civil War and W. H. Harrison [Baltimore County], 7/16/1840-7/16/1840 series 2box 1folder 1item 2689
Autograph letter signed John Spencer, Baltimore, July 16, 1886, and wife, Mary, to son Ernest while he was away [Baltimore City], 7/16/1886-7/16/1886 series 2box 1folder 1item 2849
Autograph letter signed John Spencer, Baltimore, July 28, 1886, to son Ernest; mentions the legislation against convict contract labor which Spencer wrote and the Baltimore Lavor Free Press, a paper published in Baltimore in the interest of free labor [Baltimore City], 7/28/1886-7/28/1886 series 2box 1folder 1item 2850
Autograph letter signed, Annapolis, March 26, 1866, E. B. French, auditor, to Mrs. Amanda Daniels, notification of her husband's (Nicholas Daniels) death and procedure for claiming his pay [Baltimore City], 3/26/1866-3/26/1866 series 2box 1folder 1item 3611
Document, autograph document signed, Baltimore, March 31, 1866, Robert S. Smith, Justice of the Peace: Fanny H. Duer and Priscilla Miller were present when Nicholas Daniels and Amanda Robinson were wed [Baltimore County], 3/31/1866-3/31/1866 series 2box 1folder 1item 3613
Document, document signed, Salisbury, November 8, 1905, Franklin B. Adkins (Rector): Harvey Byrd and Annabel Sudler were married [Somerset County], 11/8/1905-11/8/1905 series 2box 1folder 1item 3617
Autograph letter signed, Princeton, New Jersey, no date , S. Webster Bradford, concerns college pranks, political competition and bill payments at college to father A. W. Bradford, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 3622
Autograph letter (Princeton), November 3, 1872, [S. Webster Bradford] to A. W. Bradford, school news, comparing freshman and sophomore classes, political campaigning, 11/3/1872-11/3/1872 series 2box 1folder 1item 3623
Autograph letter signed (Princeton), November 13, 1872, S. Webster Bradford, to A. W. Bradford, payment of bills, condition of horses and political concerns, 11/3/1872-11/13/1872 series 2box 1folder 1item 3624
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, December 14, 1873, A. W. Bradford, to son, S. W. Bradford, discussing school bills and trains to Baltimore, 12/14/1873-12/14/1873 series 2box 1folder 1item 3625
Autograph letter, Baltimore, August 24, 1865, I. L. Sevig to William Woodford , discusses settling in Baltimore, 8/24/1865-8/24/1865 series 2box 1folder 1item 3626
Autograph document signed, Greenwich, New Jersy, October 5, 1786, Andrew Miller: Marriage certificate of Richard Passmore and Deborough Griscom [Cecil County], 10/5/1786-10/5/1786 series 2box 1folder 1item 3643
Dr. L. A. Griffith vaccination papers. [Prince George's County]., 2/21/1908-2/21/1908 series 2box 1folder 1item 3713
Latimer, William, Dr. List of visits by patients. [Prince George's County]., 1/1/1893-3/30/1908 series 2box 1folder 1item 3714
Spring, Amos, famer. (Attica, New York) To Zacharias McD. Roberts about their mutual relatives., 6/3/1848-6/3/1848 series 2box 1folder 1item 3879
Family tree of Senator John W. Daniel, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 4208
Obituary of Senator John W. Daniel., 6/1/1910-6/30/1910 series 2box 1folder 1item 4209
Bounty application, bounty award and death certificate for John A. Keith of U.S. Colored Troops. [Baltimore City], 9/10/1864-2/20/1866 (Online) series 2box 1folder 1item 4293
Report concerning estate of heirs of Elijah K. Hurley. (Dorchester County), [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 4401
Diagram of Loudon Park Cemetery. Whatcoat section showing cemetery plots., [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 4448
Personal notes about W. Allender., [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 4536
Account of how writer's grandfather escaped from Indians with other settlers in battle of Wyoming., [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 4746
45 pages; photocopied book containing information about the "ancestry of the children of Richard Thomas Bentley and Edith Danson (Needles) Bentley of Bloomfield Farm, Sandy Spring, Maryland.", [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 5189
Account book of Joseph Hopper Nicholson, Maryland State Delegate, Congressman, Judge. Some inlaid items. See biographical information attached to accession worksheet. (Folio ), 1/1/1790-12/31/1798 series 2box 1folder 1item 5353
Typescript of John Hill Hewitt's autobiography. In two folders. See correspondence in Mdmusic control file., [undated] series 2box 1folder 1item 5368
Two volumes. J.H. and B.H. Ellicott, Baltimore City Iron Works, Block Street, Baltimore and B.W. Ellicott of Crofton, NJ. Outgoing correspondence. Transcriptions of legal records documenting land transactions executed by Ellicott family members. "A Memoir of the Ellicott Family, compiled for the use and instruction of his children, by Benjamin H. Ellicott," 1857., 1/1/1845-12/31/1875 series 2box 1folder 1item 5424
Bound volume of several addresses and newspaper clippings, including: Address of Arthur George Brown at the Commemorative Entertainment of the Maryland Society of Colonial Dames of America (March 27, 1894); Address to the Medical Graduates of the University of Maryland by George William Brown (March 4, 1872); An address delivered before the Philokalian and Philomathean Societies of St. John's College by George William Brown (1869); Communication, prepared by Charles J. Baker, Esq. as Ex-Officio Mayor of Baltimore (January 6, 1862); and An Appeal for the Establishment of a Free Library in the City of Baltimore (1856). Inscribed by Arthur George Brown's father., 1/1/1853-12/31/1906 series 2box 1folder 1item 5481
Pair of bound volumes comprising manuscript and partially printed applications for admission into various Maryland chapters of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The first volume contains application forms dated 1899-1925 for admission into Fitzhugh Lee Chapter No. 87 (Frederick, Maryland); the second contains application forms for various other chapters in Maryland and transferals of memberships (1930-1938). The applications contain a great deal of genealogical information. [Frederick County] [Baltimore City] [Annapolis], [undated] (Online) series 2box 1folder 1item 5484
Collection of 6 typescript geneological papers on the Gibson family of Talbot County and the alliled families of Smallwood, Woolman, Skillington, Hanson and Tilton., 1/1/1899-12/31/1899 series 2box 1folder 1item 6010
Rose, Dr. John, ledger account of patients and treatments [Baltimore City] (Folio), 10/1/1853-7/29/1862 series 2box 1folder 1item 5501
Pottinger, Dr. Robert: Ledger sheets (2.5 pages) detailing medical services provided to James Drane and his household., 11/17/1789-4/5/1800 series 2box 1folder 1item 5502
Cemetary/Death List, 1760-1821 series 2box 1folder 1item 5524

Series 3: Broadsides, 1774-1994 and undated (95 items)

Broadsides for political and civic meetings, business advertisements, land sales, return of runaway slaves, theater events, and lotteries.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Broadsides] series 3box 1folder 1
Baltimore, advertisement encouraging manufacturers to move plants there, endorsed by Mayor James h. Preston [Baltimore City], 1/1/1911-12/31/1919 series 3box 1folder 1item 2025
Morrell Park (Baltimore), Maryland: Advertising broadside, black and white photographs of dwellings, Daniel Dwyer, Agent, on Washington Road, adjoining the city limits (Folio ), 1/1/1900-12/31/1900 series 3box 1folder 1item 2610
State Industrial Accident Commission: Broadside, workmen's compensation, notice and instructions, no date (Folio ), [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 2613
Hecht Company, broadside, 1911: The Winter Clearance Sale (Folio ), 1/1/1911-12/31/1911 series 3box 1folder 1item 2614
Broadside, Cambridge, Dorchester County: May 27, 1828, sale of real estate in payment of James Eccleston's debts (Folio ), 5/27/1828-5/27/1828 series 3box 1folder 1item 2664
Programme for the Forty-Sixth Anniversary of the Young Men's Bible Society of Frederick County, to be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Frederick City, MD., Sunday Evening, January 6th., 1867. [Frederick County], 1/6/1867-1/6/1867 series 3box 1folder 1item 2851
Civil War Treason Indictment: Charles Geasey of Frederick County. Signed by Edward Goldsborough, States' Attorney for Frederick County [Frederick County], 3/11/1864-3/11/1864 series 3box 1folder 1item 2885
Commencement program from the College of St. James. [Washington County], 7/8/1857-7/8/1857 series 3box 1folder 1item 3974
Ad for performance of the play, "Serious Family" at the Front St. Theatre., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 3976
Printed "Descriptive Catalog of Choice Flower Seeds" from J. Bolgiano & Son, seedsmen of Baltimore. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4005
Circular publicizing the Maryland Institute of Education and its purpose. Also solicites membership., 9/12/1842-9/12/1842 series 3box 1folder 1item 4006
Circular advertising sale of oyster lands by State of Maryland, 9/5/1860-9/5/1860 series 3box 1folder 1item 4007
Broadside advertising publication of memoirs of Roger Brooke Taney, published by Murphy & Co. of Baltimore. [Baltimore City], 12/1/1872-12/31/1872 series 3box 1folder 1item 4010
Broadside advertising sale of stalls and stands of Hagerstown Market. (Washington County) [date is approximate] [Washington County], 4/6/1880-4/6/1880 series 3box 1folder 1item 4011
Advertisment for slaughter sale at W.F.Finger & Co., Humrichouse Building, Hagerstown. (Washington County), 1/1/1882-12/31/1882 series 3box 1folder 1item 4012
Advertising MD State Lotteries sold by Smallwood & Co. in Baltimore. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1854-12/31/1854 series 3box 1folder 1item 4018
Title page from Deputy Commissary's Guide within the Province of MD., 1/1/1774-12/31/1774 series 3box 1folder 1item 4021
Advertisement for Farmers' Friend! Marketed by Daniel Stauffer, Frederick City, MD., 1/1/1870-12/31/1870 series 3box 1folder 1item 4022
Advertisement for New York Fancy Dyeing & Cleansing Establishment - Wylie Brothers, Baltimore., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4024
Advertisement for special shipment of gentleman's clothing offered for sale by James A. Fisher of Hagerstown., 11/26/1862-11/26/1862 series 3box 1folder 1item 4025
Advertisement for Clotworthy's "Poulterers' Friend" marketed by Stockdale, Smith & Co., 1/1/1872-12/31/1872 series 3box 1folder 1item 4026
Poem entitled "Maryland in Chains.", 1/1/1861-12/31/1861 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4032
English Sampson, Jr. Describes stallion that will tour Talbot & Caroline. ( Oversize), 1/1/1862-12/31/1862 series 3box 1folder 1item 4035
Reward Ranaway from the Subscriber, 29th instant, Negro Boy calling himself Oliver Johnston.. [Anne Arundel County], 12/30/1853-12/30/1853 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4036
Reward Ranaway from the Subscriber, living near Upper Marlborough, Prince George's County. (Folio), 9/21/1854-9/21/1854 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4037
Entitled "The Mapes Record in the Crop and in the Station Reports.", 1/1/1889-12/31/1889 series 3box 1folder 1item 4055
Advertisement for runaway slave, "bright mullatto man named Frank" by W.D. Bowie. [Prince George's County], 2/14/1853-2/14/1853 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4253
Advertisement for lecture on "mnemonicks" and demonstration to be held at "the school house.", 1/1/1840-12/31/1840 series 3box 1folder 1item 4264
Promotional publication for Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Strata-Dome Streamliner, the New Columbian., 12/1/1949-12/1/1949 series 3box 1folder 1item 4307
Advertisement of a new partnership between Edward Mitchell and Joseph A. Edmonson in general wholesale and retail grocery. [Baltimore City], 2/1/1854-2/1/1854 series 3box 1folder 1item 4318
Poem entitled "Our Left" by "Old Secesh" (Francis O. Tichnor) dedicated to Maryland hero, General Arnold Elzey. [Baltimore City], 10/20/1861-10/20/1861 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4335
Entitled "The Day's Doings." Describes day of celebration including the Klu Klux Klan. (Folio ), [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4339
Advertisement for Grand Havana Plan Lottery run by William Egerton. [Baltimore City], 5/1/1856-5/1/1856 series 3box 1folder 1item 4342
Advertisement for appearance of the Ravel family at the Howard Athenaeum in Baltimore., 8/19/1852-8/19/1852 series 3box 1folder 1item 4354
Advertisement for Maryland lotteries from agent Philip A. Egerton. (Baltimore City), 2/1/1855-2/1/1855 series 3box 1folder 1item 4378
Red cardboard tag, "Tag Week. I Have Done My Bit for Iglehart A.C. Have You?" (Annapolis), 5/1/1926-5/7/1926 series 3box 1folder 1item 4455
Printed invitation addressed to "The Friends of Rev. Francis W. Cooke for a donation visit., 12/17/1875-12/17/1875 series 3box 1folder 1item 4500
Document offering reward for return of one Ellick Bryan, slave, to George W. Graham. [Prince George's County], 12/25/1850-12/25/1850 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 4541
Railroad excursion train to meeting of Farmer's Commission of Maryland in Nancock, Maryland. (Folio ), 10/1/1910-10/1/1901 series 3box 1folder 1item 4694
Memorials to John Mifflin Hood. (Folio ), 1/1/1906-12/31/1908 series 3box 1folder 1item 4697
Broadside advertising H.K. and F.B. Thurber & Co.'s Thurber Half Dime Plug Tobacco., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4698
Photographs and other promotional literature for the waterfront resort, Cedar Haven on the Patuxent designed for residents of Washington, D.C., 1/1/1926-12/31/1931 series 3box 1folder 1item 4707
Advertisement for "Magnificent Maryland Lotteries for December, 1854.", 12/1/1854-12/31/1854 series 3box 1folder 1item 4766
Plate for Metropolitan Gift Book Store; attached to 1860 edition of The Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence by N. Dwight., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4796
Broadside listing Baltimore Conference Appointments 0 covers MD, VA, DC, PA., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4817
Annual announcement of the Patapsco Female Institute. (Folio ), 1/1/1869-12/31/1870 series 3box 1folder 1item 4819
Official ballot for third election district of Wicomico County. (Folio ), 11/5/1895-11/5/1895 series 3box 1folder 1item 4934
Broadside advertising exercises to be held in honor of the 15th anniversary of the Diagnothian Literary Society., 7/4/1850-7/4/1850 series 3box 1folder 1item 4963
Broadside listing the Platform of the American Party., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4965
Advertisement for sale of land "to actual settlers" - Cazenovia Tract, Allegany County, New York - conveniently located for sending grain to Baltimore., 6/1/1818-6/30/1818 series 3box 1folder 1item 4966
Advertisement for Union meeting to be held at Sykesville for citizens of Howard and Carroll Counties. (Folio ), [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 4967
Programme of the Whig National Procession, Young Men's Whig National Convention of Ratification. (Oversize), 5/2/1844-5/2/1844 series 3box 1folder 1item 4968
Decisions of the Post Office Department; on verso, land and property assessment and deed dated 02/14/1874. Conveyed by William Whitely and Elizabeth E. Whitely to William P. Preston; mailed to E. Pratt., 2/14/1874-9/18/1874 series 3box 1folder 1item 5079
Broadside advertising Grand Consolidated Lottery of Maryland run by Irwin & Co. of Baltimore. (Folio ), 1/1/1856-12/31/1856 series 3box 1folder 1item 5364
Maryland Lottery flyer., 1/1/1855-1/31/1855 series 3box 1folder 1item 5371
Broadside advertising drawing of the Trust Fund Lottery, Patapsco Institute Lottery., 5/27/1853-5/27/1853 series 3box 1folder 1item 5383
Broadside advertising reward for runaway slave, Arch. Reward to be paid by Ignatius Davis. Describes Arch in detail and is one of the earlist extant slave broadsides., 6/24/1793-6/24/1793 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 5389
Broadside advertising entertainment to be given by the Rose Bank Literary Association to benefit Rose Bank Hall. (Folio ), 4/29/1858-4/29/1858 series 3box 1folder 1item 5391
Broadside notice used to alert William Palrymple that he had been enrolled in the 52nd regiment of the Maryland Militia and he was to parade and drill at specified times - signed by [L.?] Knowles, Captain., 3/23/1826-3/23/1826 series 3box 1folder 1item 5399
Advertisement for Eaton and Burnett's Business College in Baltimore, Maryland., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 5403
Program from dedication of Fort McHenry as a national shrine., 9/12/1928-9/12/1928 series 3box 1folder 1item 5404
National Library Week proclamations from Governor Schaefer for 1993 and 1994. (Folio ), 1/1/1993-12/31/1994 series 3box 1folder 1item 5409
Broadside produced by Abraham Merritt of Fallston, MD, giving instructions for cultivating the New Rochelle blackberry., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 5410
Broadside advertising the transfer of Moses Potter's goods for sale to the importing and jobbing house of C. Levering & Clark., 6/30/1848-6/30/1848 series 3box 1folder 1item 5412
Irwin & Co. broadside advertising lottery to be drawn in Baltimore on April 12, 1856. (Folio ), 1/1/1856-12/31/1856 series 3box 1folder 1item 5414
Announcement/invitation from James Keddie, bookseller and stationer of Baltimore, publicizing opening of his store on Market Street., 9/2/1794-9/2/1794 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 5415
Bumper sticker from gubernatorial campaign of Parris Glendenning and Kathleen Kennedy-Townsend and invitations to their primary victory celebration., 1/1/1994-12/31/1994 series 3box 1folder 1item 5416
C.S. McDonald & Co., Agents of Maryland Lotteries, corner of Baltimore Street and Centre Market Space, East Corner of Maryland Institute, Baltimore, MD. Advertisement for the Maryland Lottery., 2/1/1853-2/28/1853 series 3box 1folder 1item 5434
Broadside for re-election campaign of Congressman William P. Cole, Jr. to Congress in the Second Congressional District. [Purchased on E-bay by Anne Turkos] (Folio ), [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 5436
The Following List of Families and other Persons Residing in the Town of Baltimore, 1752., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 5438
Program/advertisement for Lee Seminary for Young Ladies and Little Girls, no. 254 North Carey Street, Baltimore., [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 5441
Maryland Lotteries for November, 1856. Circular from the Office of A.D. Egerton & Co., Baltimore, MD., 11/1/1856-11/2/1856 series 3box 1folder 1item 5445
Broadside advertising address by Phillips Lee Goldsborough, candidate for U.S. Senate. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 10/31/1928-10/31/1928 series 3box 1folder 1item 5447
An address by the new charter union to citizens of Baltimore City. [Baltimore City], 3/1/1899-3/31/1899 series 3box 1folder 1item 64
Political broadside: Whig ticket on verso, handwritten notes on abortion, Dewes female, [undated] series 3box 1folder 1item 848
The National Convention at Baltimore, June 7, [1863], 9" x 11 1/2", the platforms for the National Convention at Baltimore and the Democratic National Convention at Chicago, 6/1/1863-8/31/1863 series 3box 1folder 1item 1713
Vallette, Elie (Annapolic Register of the Prerogative Office): Broadside announcing, "The Deputy Commissary's Gude within the Province of Maryland", printed by Ann Catherine Green and Son, 1774, Thomas Sparrow Sculptor, engraved cover for Guide, 1/1/1774-12/31/1774 series 3box 1folder 1item 1901
Vallette, Elie (Annapolic Register of the Prerogative Office): Broadside announcing, "The Deputy Commissary's Gude within the Province of Maryland", printed by Ann Catherine Green and Son, 1774, Thomas Sparrow Sculptor, engraved title page for Guide, 1/1/1774-12/31/1774 series 3box 1folder 1item 1902
Democratic catechism of Negro equality, broadside, July 4, 1863, Johnsons, 7 North 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 7/4/1863-7/4/1863 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 1983
Baltimore, advertisement encouraging manufacturers to move plants there, endorsed by Mayor James h. Preston [Baltimore City], 1/1/1911-12/31/1919 series 3box 1folder 1item 2022
Baltimore, advertisement encouraging manufacturers to move plants there, endorsed by Mayor James h. Preston [Baltimore City], 1/1/1911-12/31/1919 series 3box 1folder 1item 2023
Baltimore, advertisement encouraging manufacturers to move plants there, endorsed by Mayor James h. Preston [Baltimore City], 1/1/1911-12/31/1919 series 3box 1folder 1item 2024
A printed "Appeal for Peace" sent to Lieutenant General Scott from the Women of Maryland. Text has proof-reading marks. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 7/4/1861-7/4/1861 (Online) series 3box 1folder 1item 5463
Advertising circular for the Maryland lotteries for September, 1857. Signed by Philip a. Egerton, an agent for the lotteries. [Baltimore City], 9/1/1857-9/1/1857 series 3box 1folder 1item 5474
Poetry broadside "The Grand Jury of September Term 1887" written by John Hill Hewitt in Baltimore. [Baltimore City] (Folio ), 1/1/1887-12/31/1887 series 3box 1folder 1item 5478
Broadside for Maggie Mitchell Show at Holliday Street Theater [Baltimore City], 1/27/1860-1/27/1860 series 3box 1folder 1item 5519
Broadside of lyrics to Civil War era song, "To the Maryland Sons of Revolutionary Sires!" -- dedicated to Miss. M. H., to the tune of "Old Lang Syne.", 1861-1865 series 3box 1folder 1item 5545
Broadside of lyrics to Civil War era tune, "The Baltimore Rebel Song - 1776 verses 1861", 1861-1865 series 3box 1folder 1item 5546
Broadside of lyrics to Civil War era song "Down-Trodden Maryland" to the tune of "Tom Bowling." Written by B. (pseudonym used by Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely) in Baltimore and privately printed., 11/18/1861 series 3box 1folder 1item 5547
Broadside with lyrics to Civil War era song "Mayor Brown" to the tune of "Rosseau's Dream." Lyrics commemorate the pro-Confederate Baltimore mayor, William Brown, around the time of the 1861 Baltimore Riot between Union troops and Baltimore citizens, widely considered the first bloodshed of the Civil War., 4/19/1861-12/31/1861 series 3box 1folder 1item 5548
Broadside with lyrics to Civil War era song "Baltimore Boys' Own" to the tune of "Charley Cole." The song refers to the 1861 Baltimore Riot between Union troops and pro-Confederate Baltimore citizens., 1861-1865 series 3box 1folder 1item 5549
Broadside with lyrics to Civil War era song "Dix's Manifesto," written by B. (psuedonym of Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely) in Baltimore. The satirical lyrics document Union General John A. Dix's success in preventing Maryland lawmakers from voting on whether to secede from the Union., 9/11/1861 series 3box 1folder 1item 5550
Broadside with lyrics to Civil War era song, "Are We Free?" written by J. (possibly James R. Brewer)., 1861 series 3box 1folder 1item 5551
Broadside with lyrics to Civil War era song "Maryland, My Home." No attribution or date -- other sources attribute this song to R. R. B., 1861-1865 series 3box 1folder 1item 5552

Series 4: Business and Other Financial Records, 1740-1950 and undated (1356 items)

Correspondence relating to business matters, bills of sale, receipts, annual reports, trade catalogs, advertisements, account ledgers, inventories of goods, bonds, payrolls, promissory notes, contracts, and stock certificates documenting business and other financial transactions. Topics covered in the records include: orders for and shipping of goods; location and operation of rail lines; turnpikes; canals; the Bank of Maryland and bank failures; payment of debts; insurance claims; sales of slaves; stock prices; construction of buildings; inspection of goods; collection of taxes and levies; harbors and port operations; business histories and anniversary celebrations; stockholders' meetings; farm operations; medical procedures; and the destruction of household goods and clothing following smallpox epidemics.

Businesses both large and small are represented, including various country and general stores, individual entrepreneurs, Ellicott Mills, and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Among the prominent individuals mentioned in the records are Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Roger Brooke Taney, Charles Benedict Calvert, John Ross Key, John G. Chapman, Benjamin H. Ellicott, Randall H. Moale, and Joshua Gist.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Business and Other Financial Institutions] series 4box 1folder 1
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Negro boy Bill, sold by William Belt, is to serve Jacob Hart until June 19, 1859, at which time he is to be free [Frederick County], 2/15/1838-2/15/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1155
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to Board of Managers, by which Negro boy Bill is sold by Jacob Hart, to serve Christian Smith until June 19, 1859, at which time he is to be free [Frederick County], 4/23/1838-4/23/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1156
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Negro girl Sophia, sold by John Derr, is to serve Daniel Getzendanner until age 30 and then freed. [Frederick County], 6/1/1838-6/1/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1157
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to the Board of Managers by which Negro boy Lorenzo, sold by John Derr, is to serve Jacob Reese until age 30 and then freed [Frederick County], 6/4/1838-6/4/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1159
[Schley, Henry]: Extract of bill of sale and manumission, returned to Board of Managers, by which Negro woman Mary Powell will be released from slavery at age thirty [Frederick County], 1/23/1838-1/23/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1163
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Negro man Levi will be released from slavery after 17th day of January, 1840 [Frederick County], 1/26/1838-1/26/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1164
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Mulatto man, Charles Bain, to serve, then manumitted October 14, 1849 [Frederick County], 3/3/1838-3/3/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1169
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Negro boy Lewis to serve Ezna Doll until March 22, 1862 and then freed [Frederick County], 3/22/1838-3/22/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1170
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to Board of Managers by which Negro man, Henry Bright, to serve Thomas W. Aiken until February 16, 1842, at which time he is to be free [Frederick County], 3/26/1838-3/26/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1171
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro girl, Ann, is to serve Gideon Bantz until age 30 and then freed [Frederick County], 6/4/1838-6/4/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1176
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy Asbury to serve Griffin Taylor until age 30 and then freed [Frederick County], 6/4/1838-6/4/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1177
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy David is to serve Alfred [Bengle] until age 30 and then freed [Frederick County], 6/4/1838-6/4/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1178
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy Lewis White, age eighteen, is to serve until July 25, 1845, and then freed [Frederick County], 6/11/1838-6/11/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1180
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy Bill is to serve Elizabeth Derr until age thirty and then to be freed [Frederick County], 6/12/1838-6/12/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1181
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro woman Ellen and her child Carline , to serve Elizabeth Derr until age thirty and then to be freed [Frederick County], 6/12/1838-6/12/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1182
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy John is to serve Frederick Schley until twenty-one and then to be freed [Frederick County], 6/20/1838-6/20/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1185
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which a Mulatto woman, Marie, is to serve Nicholas Cromwell until June 1, 1846 [Frederick County], 6/29/1838-6/29/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1186
Schley, Henry: Bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro woman Maria, age thirty-three, is to serve Jacob Everhart five years and then freed [Frederick County], 8/13/1838-8/13/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1187
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale to board of managers by which Mulatto girl, Sarah Jane, age 12, is to serve Nimrod Bantz for twenty-three years and four months and then freed [Frederick County], 8/22/1838-8/22/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1189
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro girl Louisa is to serve John Fenster until thirty-five and then freed [Frederick County], 10/8/1838-10/8/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1190
Schley, Henry; Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Mulatto girl Hester is to be free at the expiration of her unexpired term as set forth in previous bill of sale [Frederick County], 10/17/1838-10/17/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1191
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro man Levi is to serve James Walling until January 17, 1840 and then freed [Frederick County], 10/27/1838-10/27/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1192
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale to board of managers by which Negro boy Charles, sold to Joseph Wise George Eichelberger, to serve until 31 years and then manumitted [Frederick County], 12/21/1838-12/21/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1195
Mitchell, John: Account book and inventories (Folio ), 1/1/1793-12/31/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 1212
Cole, L.M.: Letter to I. A. Baldwin concerning conductors' checks on the Baltimore and Ohio RR [Baltimore City], 12/21/1871-12/21/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 1251
Miller and Beacham: Catalog of late and popular music, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1263
Southern Life Insurance Company: Brochure listing stock and mutual assets, tables, officers and board of directors [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1264
[Mercer, John]: Letter to Randall Moale commenting on plight of the farmer and price of wheat [Baltimore City], 4/30/1812-4/30/1812 series 4box 1folder 1item 1265
Nowland, Lambert: Letter of recommendation for clerkship in bank, signed by many people [Baltimore city], 4/24/1810-4/24/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 1266
Geddis, William: Letter concerning payment of debt, 10/8/1774-10/8/1774 series 4box 1folder 1item 1268
Brice, James: Letter requesting yards of [lutestring], 9/4/1773-9/4/1773 series 4box 1folder 1item 1269
Berry, Martha Elizabeth. Sale of the mulatto woman slave, Emiline Belt to Ann H. Scott for $700. [Baltimore City], 7/31/1854-7/31/1854 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3963
Barrow, Elizabeth H. Land indenture selling Bellfield to Josiah Bayly. [Dorchester County], 11/25/1802-11/25/1802 series 4box 1folder 1item 3969
Maryland treasury draft, bounty paid to volunteer of Company I, 3rd Regiment. (Cumberland) [Allegany County], 7/13/1865-7/13/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 3980
Bill and receipt for shad and herrings explanatory note from Robert McIlwain, sold by Tomas Borland. [Baltimore City], 6/11/1828-6/11/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4015
Mercantile ledger from Baltimore County., 1/1/1816-12/31/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 4033
Annapolis. List of debts due and owing estate of John Welch, deceased. Poems by Anna Jocob. [Anne Arundel County], 5/27/1804-5/27/1804 series 4box 1folder 1item 4038
From S.L. Brown (Keystone Coal Company, Wilkes-Barre PA) to John L. Taylor regarding payment of outstanding account and new coal vein., 12/24/1894-12/24/1894 series 4box 1folder 1item 4039
From Samuel E. Foskey to J.J. Morris regarding payment for resurveying of land., 10/17/1876-10/17/1876 series 4box 1folder 1item 4040
Accounting of purchases by Mrs. Richardson from Jno. D. Hanning of Brooklyn., 4/9/1858-4/9/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4043
Checks drawn on Bank of Germantown, PA. Signed by Samuel H. Collorn., 2/1/1860-3/30/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4047
Drafts upon the Baltimore Steam Packet Company.[Baltimore City], 3/6/1906-4/27/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4048
Account of J.J. Morris due to S.R. Dennis for year 1880., 1/1/1880-12/31/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 4049
Proposal to organize Patpasco Copper & Cobalt Mining & Manufacturing Co. (Folio ), 5/1/1852-5/1/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 4058
From E. Remington to Martin Aumiller regarding business purchases, Philadelphia PA., 9/6/1854-9/6/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 4059
From Christian Kaner to Charles Humphries regarding copper stock transactions. [Baltimore City], 7/22/1851-7/22/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 4060
From Isaac Tyler to Edward Remington concerning mineral mining. [Baltimore City], 11/4/1852-11/4/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 4061
Promissory note in amount of $100 signed by E. Remington to be paid to John P. Harriss., 8/16/1872-8/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 4062
Receipt signed by Jno. E. Jones & Co. for payment of $80 by E. Remington., 8/18/1890-8/18/1890 series 4box 1folder 1item 4063
Promissory note signed by Edward Remington to be paid to Theodore Hibbard in amount of $2222.37 [Carroll County], 4/1/1868-4/1/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 4064
Promissory note signed by E. Remington to pay Robert Quiggle and David Clark (executors for William Clark)., 5/24/1872-5/24/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 4065
Receipt signed by John G. Reading for payment of bill from Van Syckle & Emery Lumber Co., 2/8/1865-2/8/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4068
Receipted promissory note for debt owed to Theodore Hibbard by Edward Remington., 5/16/1868-5/16/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 4069
Bound account book of J.L. Burk's general store., 4/1/1878-8/31/1878 series 4box 1folder 1item 4071
Half dollar entitling bearer to receive bills of exchange payable in London. [Anne Arundel County], 3/1/1770-3/1/1770 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4073
Slave account book of Charles Benedict Calvert. Lists names, ages, sale price of 330 slaves. [Prince George's County], [undated] (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4077
Receipt for items purchased from Trego & Kirkland, general auctioneers, by A.W. Bradford. [Baltimore City], 11/12/1872-11/12/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 4083
Order to Comptroller of Maryland Treasury to pay Charles Cole for printing in Maryland Union. Signed by Oden Bowie., 1/22/1869-1/22/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 4084
Order to Comptroller of Maryland Treasury to pay Duncan McPherson of Baltimore City for uniforms. [Baltimore City], 1/26/1869-1/26/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 4085
Assessment and taxes due from Samuel Bradford, Bel Air, Harford County, for year 1914. [Harford County], 1/1/1914-1/1/1914 series 4box 1folder 1item 4091
Receipt for $5 for water rent, Bel Air Water and Light Co., from Samuel Bradford. [Harford County], 11/1/1907-11/1/1907 series 4box 1folder 1item 4092
Receipt from B.T. Hynson & Sons, paper hangers and upholsterers, for payment from A.W. Bradford. [Baltimore City], 10/1/1874-10/1/1874 series 4box 1folder 1item 4093
Receipt of [A.W.?] Bradford for items bought at J.B. Cannon, auctioneer and commission merchant. [Baltimore City], 12/17/1866-12/17/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4094
From George Stearns, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal to [S.?] Bradford regarding delivery of coal. [Baltimore City], 8/19/1874-8/19/1874 series 4box 1folder 1item 4098
From B.F. Leonard to Samuel A. Bradford regarding lease, rent, contract with Sphagnins, Great Del. Fertilizer. [Baltimore City], 11/2/1869-11/2/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 4099
Receipt of Committee for Maryland Society of Colonial Dames of America for loan of Harford Declaration of 1775. [Baltimore City], 5/1/1907-5/1/1907 series 4box 1folder 1item 4101
Receipt for school bill from Trinity School paid by Augustus W. Bradford. Signed by B.B. Griswold. [Frederick County] [Baltimore City], 11/23/1868-11/23/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 4102
Receipt for items purchased by Governor A.W. Bradfrod from Constable & Fairchild, merchants and tailors. [Baltimore City], 8/29/1866-8/29/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4103
Accounts of Charles Carroll for amounts owed on land deeds and others, 1/1/1740-12/31/1832 series 4box 1folder 1item 2
Order and bill of sale, I. W. and E. Reynolds to L. Turner, 1/1/1840-12/31/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 18
Bill of goods and price quotation from Jenkins and Williams to J. S. Turner, 6/1/1863-6/30/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 19
Bill of goods from Jenkins and Williams to J. S. Turner, 6/1/1863-6/30/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 20
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/18/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 31
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 32
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 33
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 34
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 35
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1837-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 36
Business papers and accounts of B. H. Cook. [Baltimore City], 11/3/1840-11/3/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 37
Receipt, Maryland Agricultural Depository, with note on origin, 1859 [Prince George's County], 7/21/1836-7/21/1836 series 4box 1folder 1item 38
Accounts of small county store, Noldand E. Basler [Carroll County], 1/1/1920-12/31/1927 series 4box 1folder 1item 47
Ledger, names and daily purchases, small country store, Noland E. Basler [Carroll County], 1/1/1922-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 48
One and Five Dollar notes from the Havre de Grace Bank [Harford County], 11/18/1846-11/18/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 52
Invoice, merchandise, clothing: W.H.B. to Mr. Inloes. [Baltimore City], 4/1/1843-4/30/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 56
Edward Stinson Manufacturing Co. Flyers wanting to buy for cash rived hickory and white oak for spoke pieces. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1904-12/31/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 132
Edward Stinson Manufacturing Co. Flyers wanting to buy for cash rived hickory and white oak for spoke pieces. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1904-12/31/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 133
Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Baltimore, Charter [Baltimore City], 1/1/1902-12/31/1902 series 4box 1folder 1item 153
Keller, A.M., letter to W. Taylor, concerning epidemic in Baltimore, a shipment from Liverpool, and selling of slaves [Baltimore City], 9/4/1800-9/4/1800 series 4box 1folder 1item 183
Payne, N.O. Letter to judges of Levy court of Frederick County asking pension . List of judges' signatures [Frederick County], 1/1/1837-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 184
Wilson, Thomas and Company letter, explanation of invoice and billl of lading (invoice lacking) [Baltimore City], 8/3/1838-8/3/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 186
Matthieu, letter to B. H. Cook, concerning a shipment of food on the Virginia, 9/1/1868-12/31/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 187
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company duplicate contract to Louis P. Hennighansen for special telephone equipment (Towson) [Baltimore County], 4/23/1908-5/2/1908 series 4box 1folder 1item 197
Bentley, I., account owed to Herbater, G. living accomodations, Uniontown, Maryland. [Carroll County], 9/30/1821-9/30/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 198
Findlay, Hopkirks, and Company, Glasgow (Scotland) Account of Hall, W.M. for dealings at their Bladensburg store [Prince George's County] (Folio ), 1/1/1786-12/31/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 199
Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road., 4/23/1833-4/23/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 203
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Payment to Jesse M. Little for three months services as Superintendant, 4/6/1860-4/6/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 204
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Payment to William Stockman for mending a bridge, 11/4/1861-11/4/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 205
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Payment to Julia Fortney for seven months services as keeper of gate #1., 4/6/1860-4/6/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 206
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Receipt, 12/10/1859-2/10/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 207
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Receipt to Scott Brady, 2/10/1860-2/10/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 208
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Receipt to William Cullen, 6/1/1861-7/31/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 209
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Receipt to Mr. Jesse M. Little, installed as superintendant., 1/2/1860-1/2/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 210
[Frederick and Harper's Ferry Road] Summary of Accounts, 1/1/1859-12/31/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 211
Taney, R. B. Letter to S. Swartwont, stating no fraud in application to admit casks of sal soda, N.Y. customs, 5/31/1834-5/31/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 220
Goldsbouregh, W. Account, to E. Dorsey, for dry-goods, 12/1/1822-3/31/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 222
[Marhsall, J. Miscellaneous papers, receipts, agreement, concerning a plantation and the middle ferry on the Monocacy] J. Robert Hammett statement of owing money. [Frederick County], 8/18/1788-8/18/1788 series 4box 1folder 1item 226
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 12/11/1768-9/1/1797 series 4box 1folder 1item 227
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 1/1/1788-12/31/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 228
Marhsall, J. Stattement of debt to the state of Maryland [Frederick County], 11/30/1811-11/30/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 229
Lamping Family Papers.Account of payments from the estate of Rebecca Lamping., 2/1/1890-2/1/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 286
Lamping Family Papers.Miscellaneous papers, letters; accounts, etc. Account of Clemens and Frank Lamping, 3/1/1890-2/28/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 294
Lamping Family Papers. Note from stockbrokers to C. Lamping regarding the selling of stock, 1/7/1891-1/7/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 305
Lamping Family Papers. Clemens Lamping envelope for life insurance policy, 1/1/1887-12/31/1902 series 4box 1folder 1item 309
Lamping Family Papers.Miscellaneous ppers, leters, accounts, etc. Clemens Lamping envelope for life insurance policy, 1/1/1887-12/31/1902 series 4box 1folder 1item 310
Lamping Family Papers. Clemens Lamping envelope for life insurance policy, 1/1/1887-12/31/1902 series 4box 1folder 1item 311
Baltimore and Potomac Railroad timetable, Pennsylvania route, 11/1/1896-11/1/1896 series 4box 1folder 1item 330
Country store daybook, food, beverages (Folio ), 1/1/1899-12/31/1907 series 4box 1folder 1item 352
Miller and Cramer: dealers in hardward, paints, daybook (Folio ), 1/1/1899-12/31/1907 series 4box 1folder 1item 353
Mitchell, J.: Daybook, entries for Negros for brandy, tobacco, etc, poems, 1/1/1808-12/31/1808 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 371
Burgess, W.: An account to John Cook for foods, 2/3/1819-2/15/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 402
Barber, Nancy.: Note to M. Mott, Treasurer, to pay Aaron Ogden on one half year's allowance due on her warrant, 4/1/1793-4/1/1793 series 4box 1folder 1item 411
Wallace, J.: Invoice of medicine and hospital stores for Fort Severn [Annapolis] [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1819-12/31/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 419
Miller and Cramer: Account book (Folio ), 1/1/1909-12/31/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 421
Frederick Town Market, Account--building supplies (Folio ), 1/1/1925-12/31/1925 series 4box 1folder 1item 426
Nelson, R.: Account for food, etc., with J. Markell (Folio ), 1/1/1806-12/31/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 430
Ross, W.I.: Letter to Dr. T.I. Marlow stating he is ready to adjust the account between John Shafer and Dr. Marlow (508-513 are in one folder), 8/12/1839-8/12/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 510
Doll, C., Ogle, B., and Huffman, J.: Statement of the settling of debts of T. Getzendouner. [Frederick County], 1/1/1794-12/31/1794 series 4box 1folder 1item 522
Armitage, J., Dr: Letter stating there is nothing that should preclude Jonathan Nesbitt from obtaining a life assurance [Baltimore City], 10/24/1849-10/24/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 590
Samuel Kirk and Son Catalog of Modern Gold Jewelry [Baltimore City], 1/1/1928-12/31/1928 series 4box 1folder 1item 594
Chesney, W.T.: Letter to Messrs. M. Thomas and Son, Philadelphia, concerning the sale of stock. [Baltimore City], 6/21/1842-6/21/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 597
Kane, A.: Letter to George Douglas, Esq. Concerning sale of ship Mohawk and future business, 6/28/1817-6/28/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 600
John Donnell to Captain John C. Pawson, re: trading plans. [Baltimore City], 12/26/1819-12/26/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 602
Douglass, G.: Letter to R.W. Gill stating the grounds for his information on the late A. Kane's indebtedness to J. Fith of Jacmel, Haiti, 8/30/1836-8/30/1836 series 4box 1folder 1item 607
Contracting Ledger: Construction of houses, stables, etc., 1/1/1849-12/31/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 608
Bank of Maryland: List of reasons voiding a deed of trust (Reverdy Johnson document), 3/23/1834-3/23/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 615
Account book of unidentified merchants--contains taxes, receipes, and other receipts, 1/1/1814-12/31/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 622
Moale, R.H.: Daybook, accounts of gambling debts and bets, 1/1/1801-12/31/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 627
Cargo certificates, four with written copies to T. Norris giving certification of a shipment of 9 cases of indigo [Dorchester County], 9/14/1838-9/14/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 628
Harrison's trees: letters of congratulations, price list, etc. [Worcester County], 1/1/1912-12/31/1912 series 4box 1folder 1item 639
Penninsula Produce Exchange of Maryland: Constitution and by-laws [Worcester County], 4/2/1908-4/2/1908 series 4box 1folder 1item 640
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company: Memorial, showing work on canal almost completed but relief needed, 1/1/1828-12/31/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 644
Williams, N.: Letter to H.H. Williams giving information of amounts paid, etc., 1/1/1843-12/31/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 685
Walsh, J.: Letter to G. Ferris stating captain of vessel should make good damage done to shipment of tobacco [Baltimore City], 10/21/1815-10/21/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 692
Townsend, J.K.: Letter to G. Law, agent for French claims, Washington, stating that information and papers in relation to heirs, ownership, etc. of certain estates will be sent, 11/14/1834-11/14/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 694
Harrison and Company: Letter to Philip Brasher used in his examination by commissioners [Baltimore City], 7/1/1838-7/1/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 696
Glands, W.G.: Letter to G. MacKubin, auditor in Chancery, asking for audit of enclosed accounts [Baltimore City], 3/27/1818-3/27/1818 series 4box 1folder 1item 699
[Dulith] and Consinery: Letter to C.G. Conradt requesting notes on sundry bills of [wool] payment of mortgage fee [Baltimore City], 7/8/1847-7/8/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 702
Hack and Sons: Letter, bill of lading and invoice, Francis Sorrelle [Baltimore City], 10/27/1837-10/27/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 710
Lyles, William: Inventories of goods and chattels (Folio ), 1/1/1799-12/31/1799 series 4box 1folder 1item 715
F. Mertens' Sons: Letter of recommendation from banks [Allegany County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 745
Ellicott, J & A Company Ledger of mill and store, miscellaneous papers, includes 766a-y, 766aa-ss (Folio ), 1/1/1795-12/31/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 766
Bassett, G.: Register for Nodica Hotel, Ocean City, and bank statement for Molly Bassett, 1/1/1905-12/31/1919 series 4box 1folder 1item 771
Merchants National Bank cash book, 1/1/1898-12/31/1902 series 4box 1folder 1item 772
Wolfe, J. and Son: Ledger, lumber and coal, includes 775a (Folio ), 1/1/1903-12/31/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 775
Buck, H.: Ledger, credit book, general merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1912-12/31/1922 series 4box 1folder 1item 776
Horsey Hardware Company: Ledger, day book (Folio ), 1/1/1909-12/31/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 777
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 778
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 779
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 780
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 781
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 782
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store, includes 783a-b (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 783
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 784
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 785
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store, include 786a (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 786
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 787
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 788
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 789
Miller and Company, Daybooks, ledgers, cashbook, journal accounts, general store (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 790
Stine, J.: Ledger plus miscellaneous papers, includes 791a-h (Folio ), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 791
Gough, J.J.: Ledgers plus miscellaneous papers, various dates, 1/1/1905-12/31/1918 series 4box 1folder 1item 792
Gough, J.J.: Ledgers, plus miscellaneous papers, various dates, 1/1/1905-12/31/1918 series 4box 1folder 1item 793
Gough, J.J.: Miscellaneous papers, various dates, inludes 794a-g, 1/1/1918-12/31/1918 series 4box 1folder 1item 794
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 795
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 796
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 797
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 798
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 799
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 800
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 805
Farmers exchange: Daybooks, ledgers, journal, various dates (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 806
Baxley, T.H.: Prescription book for inmates of Baltimore Almshouse, 1/1/1848-12/31/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 807
Stock fire insurance companies of Maryland Mutual fire, stock fire and marine, 1/1/1928-12/31/1928 series 4box 1folder 1item 809
Washington, D.C.: Booklet published by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company, 1/1/1924-12/31/1924 series 4box 1folder 1item 817
Washington, D.C.: Booklet published by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, 1/1/1925-12/31/1925 series 4box 1folder 1item 818
Carter, B.M.: Letter to W. Selvage, coach-maker, ordering a sulky, 1/1/1842-1/10/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 820
The Silver Bell Mining Company: Shares, $5 each, sold to various people including Dr. A.D. Miller and Henry M. Broadwater, includes 23 pieces, 823a-w, 10/1/1891-11/30/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 833
Tresevant and Cochran, insurance agents: Statement of losses of companies in the Baltimore fire [Baltimore City], 2/15/1904-2/15/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 837
Wickwire farm: Catalog for the dispersion sale of the wickwire herd of registered cattle [Cecil County], 10/22/1948-10/22/1948 series 4box 1folder 1item 858
Thomas, J.H.: Account of John Cookerly and Abraham Yroshon to answer to T.S. Lee assignee of Malachi Flanigan concerning money due (952, 953, 954 in one folder), 8/1/1803-8/1/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 952
Lee, T.S.: Receipt for money, interest and costs from Abraham Yroshon and John Cookerly (952, 953, 954 all in one folder), 9/27/1807-9/27/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 954
Harding, N.B.: Receipt of 31 dollars from O. Horsey, Esquire, trustee of T.S. Lee, 11/22/1830-11/22/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 957
Shcley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale [colored] boy John, time to serve then free (1052, 1053 in one folder) [Frederick County], 4/3/1839-4/3/1839 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1052
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale, Negro boy Joe, time to serve then free (1052, 1053 in one folder) [Frederick County], 4/29/1839-4/29/1839 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1053
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale, Lucy Ann, time to serve then free [Frederick County], 5/10/1839-5/10/1839 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1054
Hagan, Ignatius: Bill of sale for Negro boy, Ben [Frederick County], 3/25/1776-3/25/1776 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1073
Thomas,William: Bill of sale, 2 Negro boys, recorded by William Ritchie, witnessed by Tobias Butler, 1/1/1787-12/31/1787 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1074
Brooke, Roger: Bill of sale, Negro, Ben, to Joseph Neale, 3/14/1791-3/14/1791 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1085
Springer, Peter: Statement of debt due Jacob Miller and writ of replevin against Jacob Miller (1089, 1090 in one folder) [Frederick County], 12/7/1791-12/7/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 1089
Ritchie, William: Writ of replevin to Tobias Butler, Sheriff, that goods and chattels be replevied and delivered to Peter Springer by Jacob Miller (1089, 1090 in one folder), 12/8/1794-12/8/1794 series 4box 1folder 1item 1090
Young, Jacob: Bill of sale and receipt, William Hall to Isaac Duchtl for four Negroes [Frederick County], 12/22/1791-12/22/1791 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1091
Young, Jacob: Bill of sale and receipt, Will Hall to Baruch Duchetl for Negro lad, Tom [Frederick County], 12/22/1791-12/22/1791 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1092
Sim, Joseph: Bill of sale, of many Negroes to Philip R. Feudall, witnessed by William Beatty and J. Dirsey, 5/10/1790-5/10/1791 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1093
Brengle, Lawrence: Bond, Alexander Lemaster versus Lawrence Brengle, sum of 200 pounds [Frederick County], 8/31/1801-12/31/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 1104
Schley, Henry: Extract of bill of sale and manumission to Charles Howard, Esq, by which Negro woman, Rachel Brown is sole to Richard Crawley, her husband, and manumitted by him. Her child, Jeremiah Brown is to serve until 21 years then freed. [Frederick County], 3/31/1838-3/31/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1110
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale, recorded and returned to Board of Managers, by which Negro woman Lucy and child Sarah, after serving specified term, will be free. [Frederick County], 10/12/1838-10/12/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1113
Schley, Henry: Extract of Bill of Sale, recorded and returned to Board of Managers, by which Negro man, Henry Bill or Warren, to serve a set time and then freed [Frederick County], 4/10/1837-4/10/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1115
Schley, Henry: Extract of Bill of Sale recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Negro boy Jesse is to serve set time and then freed [Frederick County], 4/25/1837-4/25/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1116
Schley, Henry: Extract of a Bill of Sale and manumission, recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which James Luby sets free his son, Negro boy Henry, subject to a Bill of Sale to Robert Nelson for Henry will serve 25 years and then freed [Frederick County], 9/7/1837-9/7/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1118
Schley, Henry: Extract of Bill of Sale recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Mulatto man, Lloyd, to serve set time and then freed [Frederick County], 9/28/1837-9/28/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1119
Schley, Henry: Extract of Bill of Sale, recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Negro man, Henry, to serve set time and then freed [Frederick County], 9/30/1837-9/30/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1120
[Schley, Henry]: Extracts of 2 manumissions, recorded and returned to Board of Managers, by which Negro man Aaron and Negro woman Susannah and her 3 children are set free. [Frederick County], 10/20/1837-10/20/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1121
Schley, Henry: Extract of 2 sales recorded and returned to Board of Managers, by which a Mulatto woman Catherine is to serve set time then freed [Frederick County], 10/25/1837-10/25/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1122
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Negro man Frederick Tassaway is to serve set time and then set free. [Frederick County], 10/30/1837-10/30/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1123
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale, recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Negro boy Tom is sold, to serve set time, and then freed [Frederick County], 11/2/1837-11/2/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1124
Schley, Henry: Extract of a bill of sale recorded and returned to Board of Managers by which Negro girl Matilda is to be sold, serve a set time, and then freed. [Frederick County], 11/4/1837-11/4/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1125
Bordley, William: Draft, payment of 10 pounds sterling to Solomon Wright, 3/30/1770-3/30/1770 series 4box 1folder 1item 1270
Dutterow, Conrad: Petition to remove obstruction from Baltimore Market Road, 8/21/1788-8/21/1788 series 4box 1folder 1item 1302
Key, John Ross: Itemized account for lodging, etc,to Daniel Grant, witnessed by Thomas Ellis, justice of the peace, Baltimore County, and William Gibson, clerk [Baltimore City], 9/1/1793-8/31/1794 series 4box 1folder 1item 1304
Donaldson, W. A.: Letter to J. J. Washburn with description of repairs of lodge, tower, and cistern (includes 1305 a and 1305 b) [Washington County], 10/15/1886-10/15/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 1305
Griffith, Thomas W.: Statement of an account, William and Samuel Hobbs with Keyser and Quinlan; notarized by William Gibson, clerk, Baltimore County court (Folio ), 1/1/1808-12/31/1808 series 4box 1folder 1item 1310
Thomas, Francis: Writ, concerning money owed to James Finley by Charles D. Warfield; Francis Thomas, Governor of Maryland, 1842-1845 (Folio ), 1/1/1823-12/31/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 1320
Maryland Republican: Supplement, "Our Holiday Directory, Where to Buy Your Presents", [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1322
Whittington, Mary: Bill of sale to William Lomax, free man of colour, for a Negro slave named Eleanor (Folio ), 1/1/1840-12/31/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 1324
The Sun Magazine: Sunday metrogravure issued devoted to the Great Baltimore Fire of February 7, 1904, includes 1329a (Folio ), 1/1/1904-12/31/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 1329
Maryland State Grange: Trade notices Number 1--February 20, 1913, Number 200March 6, 1913, missing 9/28/1990 (Folio ), 2/13/1913-3/6/1913 series 4box 1folder 1item 1334
Maryland State Grange: Trade notices--Number 1, February 29, 1913, Number 2--March 6, 1913, missiong 9/28/1990 (Folio ), 2/13/1913-3/6/1913 series 4box 1folder 1item 1335
Emerson, J. E.: Bill, itemized account to Hutchinson Brothers, contractors, for plumbing and gas work (Folio ), 1/1/1886-12/31/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 1337
Lindsay, John: Bill, itemized account to Charles Fisches and Company for jewelry, books, boxes, baskets, etc. (Folio ), 1/1/1834-12/31/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 1339
Ellicott's Mills: Brief History of the Ellicott Brothers and the mills (Folio ), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1346
Ellicott, John: Mill ledger accounts for flour mills, general store etc,; company partnership between Joseph, Andrew, and John Ellicott, dissolved 1778, page 109; miscellaneous papers in folder, includes 1347 a-e, 1/1/1778-12/31/1784 series 4box 1folder 1item 1347
Ellicott's Mills: Mill ledger, accounts for mills, general store, work done, boarding, etc,; miscellaneous papers in folder, interesting bookplate, includes 1348a-f (Folio ), 1/1/1784-12/31/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 1348
Ellicott's Mills: Mill ledger accounts for mills, general store, etc.; miscellaneous papers in folder, includes 1349 a-d, 1/1/1791-12/31/1795 series 4box 1folder 1item 1349
Ellicott's Mills: Mill ledger, accounts for mills, general store, etc, 1/1/1800-12/31/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 1350
Stackers, Solomon: Canway, Samuel; cash book, accounts for building materials, repairs, etc (Folio ), 1/1/1812-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 1351
Duvall, William: Ledger, accounts for general store; statements sworn before justice of the peace (Folio ), 1/1/1841-12/31/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 1352
Wareham, George: Ledger, account for shoes, miscellaneous accounts and notations, house repairs, appreticeship of son, election returns, November 2, 1859, etc. (Folio ), 1/1/1833-12/31/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 1353
Wareham, George: Ledger, accounts for shoes, sworn statements before justice of the peace, includes 1354 a-z and 1354 aa-kk (Folio ), 1/1/1838-12/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 1354
Harrigan Brothers: Ledger for meat and produce market, includes 1355 a, missing May 1985 (Folio ), 1/1/1913-12/31/1916 series 4box 1folder 1item 1355
Kennedy, John Pendleton: Letter to N. [F.] Williams requesting letter to correct the impression that Kennedy had used his influence in Custom House appointment [Baltimore City], 5/3/1841-5/3/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 1361
Jenkins, McGuirer and Company: Advertising Pamphlet, "The Ripe Fruitcarrier" [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1365
Farmers Trust, Banking, and Deposit Company of Baltimore, Maryland: Certificate, Number 659, to Henry Funk as the owner of eight shares of the capitol stock of the Farmer's Trust, 2/10/1903-2/10/1903 series 4box 1folder 1item 1366
Gibson, Glaser and Company Catalog, Baltimore, Maryland: catalog of sheet music, and music books, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1367
F. Arnold and Sons: Bill, itemized account to Doctor E. Spencer, 5/6/1892-5/6/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 1368
Marbury, Ogle: Business letter to Mrs. E.J. Howard concerning the purchase of the farm of Mrs. N.L. Poler, Prince Georges County [Prince George's County], 10/17/1919-10/17/1919 series 4box 1folder 1item 1374
Barry Remedy Company: Pamphlet listing remedies and giving written statements extolling remedies and citing cures [Baltimore City], 1/1/1896-12/31/1896 series 4box 1folder 1item 1377
Kessel, W.: Bill for livery of a horse to Pere Wilmer, 1/1/1836-12/31/1836 series 4box 1folder 1item 1389
Purviance, Samuel: Exchange, to William M. Gachen, for sum of two hundred pounds sterling [Baltimore City], 7/7/1774-7/7/1774 series 4box 1folder 1item 1391
Forrest, Stoddert, and Murdock: Business letter to Benjamin Harris concerning cargo of tobacco and acknowledgement by Benjamin Harris stating that Benjamin Beckwith may receive money for him, 10/5/1789-10/5/1789 series 4box 1folder 1item 1393
[Bryans]: Statement, a promise to pay to [Pere Wihurve] one hundred dollars for the hire of Bill Earle and [July] and clothing furnished, 1/1/1862-12/31/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 1394
Harvey, (W.P.) and Company: Business letter to Mr. M.R. Goddard introducing him to M. Doyle to arrange a claim, 7/6/1875-7/6/1875 series 4box 1folder 1item 1399
Pinkney, William: Letter to [Steunchcom] stating that business cannot proceed until terms are concluded, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1402
M'Cullough, (John G.): Cash receipt to preparative meeting of Friends for wood [Baltimore City], 3/1/1871-3/1/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 1403
Baltimore and Eastern Railroad: Timetable for the Baltimore and Virginia Steamboat company, Baltimore and Eastern Railroad Company, rail and steamer lines map, 9/1/1931-9/30/1931 series 4box 1folder 1item 1423
Emigh, A.: Letter to the President and Director of the Annapolis and Elk Ridge Railroad threatening suit for their illegal use of a double-acting brake, 2/6/1854-2/6/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 1429
Kennedy, J. P. "Review of Mr. Cambreling's report from the Committee of Commerce in the House of Representative, at the First Session of the Twenty-First Congress, " signed by Mephistophles, printed by Wm. Ogden Niles, 1830, 1/1/1830-12/31/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 1445
Thomas, H.: Advertising announcing the finest selection of birds for sale, printed on a piece of paper resembling U. S. currency, list and prices included [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1454
Long, George W. and Company: Certificate of purchase, with conditions, to Warner A. Bonnaville for a second-hand Othello stove, 10/9/1893-10/9/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 1457
Barnes, S.: Cashbook, first part contains printing orders, second contains receipts, expenditures, accounts for collecting; news clips pasted in back cover for election returns for counties, 1813 (Folio ), 1/1/1813-12/31/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 1489
Beckenbaugh, George: Ledger business account for general store merchandise; predictions made by George Beckenbaugh and E. H. Legget written on first page (Folio ), 1/1/1838-12/31/1844 series 4box 1folder 1item 1490
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: Railroad engravings, various plates giving details of railroads, carriages, wagon earth works, etc (Folio ), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1499
Weisman, George A. and Lucas, Charles M.: Loft register, record of flights, pedigree books, 1/1/1908-12/31/1913 series 4box 1folder 1item 1527
Maryland account book, lumber, 1/1/1851-12/31/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 1539
Fulford and Miller: Letter book to merchants, copies of letters soliciting trade; separate folder, alphabetic list of those to whom letters sent, contains 1541a, 3/1/1844-8/11/1844 series 4box 1folder 1item 1541
Bland, Theodorick: Holographic letter signed to Joseph J. Speed, Baltimore, concerns a check for $48.62 paid by Speed [Annapolis], 1/24/1845-1/24/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 1548
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company: account book 1884-1891; two notebooks 5 1/2" by 11 1/2", their covers sewn together to make one book; on cover, Canal Orde(rs) Jamer. Inside captains' names, names of boats, and orders listed, 1/1/1884-12/31/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 1604
Office of the Appeal Tax Court, Baltimore: To the President and Directors of of . . . [Shot Tower Merchants] March 28, 1847, 3/28/1847-3/28/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 1607
Coale, George B. (Baltimore): Holographic signed letter, April 7, 1846, to Appeal Tax Court stating the Mechant's Fire Insurance Company declines to furnish the list of its stockholders, 4/7/1846-4/7/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 1610
Baltimore Stock Board (Baltimore): Printed sheet of cash prices of stocks at the Baltimore Stock Board, May 1, 1848, giving public loans, par bid, asked and sales, examined and corrected by the Stock Board, May 10, 1848 ( Oversize), 5/1/1848-5/10/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 1614
Altantic Coast Line Railroad: Diner car service menu, September 1936, choice of breakfasts on the Tamioi, 7" by 10 ", 4 pages, 9/1/1936-9/30/1936 series 4box 1folder 1item 1615
The Ebbitt House: Advertising wallet has pockets for stamps, cards, etc., lists principal places of interest in Washington, D.C., picture of the Ebbitt House, autograph of Martha Beckwirth on cover, 3" by 6", [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1618
Hook, Joseph: Statement (no date) claims children for sale in advertisement, Negroes for Sale, Baltimore American, November 10, 1845, were born to Ann Boston after she wan manumitted September 7, 1824 and married William Boston, advertisement pasted on, 1/1/1845-12/31/1845 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1626
[Miller and Company] (no place, general store): Day book, 1854-1855, purchases by individuals of general store merchandise, dry goods, flour, liquor, candles, etc., 77 pages, 1/1/1854-12/31/1855 series 4box 1folder 1item 1632
Cash book, ([Baltimore]}:1902-1905 for individual accounts, shipping lines, companies, 172 pages, 1/1/1902-12/31/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 1634
Checkbook stubs (no place.): 1894-1895, individual names and sometimes use stated, numbers 501-1016, 1/1/1894-12/31/1895 series 4box 1folder 1item 1635
Daybook (Goodluck): 1843-1844, individual accounts for general store merchandise, 1/1/1843-12/31/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 1636
Invoice and daybook (Baltimore): 1854-1856 for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1854-12/31/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 1637
Cashbook ([Baltimore]): 1854-1855, accounts for individuals for grinding meal, street names where plowing done and deliveries made, 104 pages (Folio ), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1638
Account book ([Brookeville]): 1861-1868 for farm crops, beef, wages, list of names of men working on road between Rock Creek bridge and turnpike (Folio ), 1/1/1861-12/31/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 1639
Curry, John: Cash book 1854, 89 pages; cash book 1855, 65 pages; cash book 1856, 45 pages, cash book 1857, 6 pages; for individual accounts (Folio ), 1/1/1854-12/31/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 1640
Account book ([Viers Mill Road, Harford County]) : 1911-1913 for individual accounts for lumber, cement, wood, salt, etc. (Folio ), 1/1/1911-12/31/1913 series 4box 1folder 1item 1641
Smith Baltimore Jewelry Company: Account book, 1931-1934, individual accounts of weekly payments, four agreements attached, 124 pages, includes 1642a-d, 1/1/1931-12/31/1934 series 4box 1folder 1item 1642
Daybook (Baltimore): 1851-1853, individual accounts for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1851-12/31/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 1643
[Gough, James]: (Chaptico, dealer in general store merchandise) daybook, 1894-1898, accounts of individuals for general sotre merchandise, 595 pages, 1644a-f six checks drawn on various banks (Folio ), 1/1/1894-12/31/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 1644
Account book, no place,: 1831-1840 for wages, money lent, some food, sales of fresh fish; 1645a-e miscellaneous papers in envelopes (Folio ), 1/1/1831-12/31/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 1645
Sprigg, W. O. (Cumberland): Account book, 1843-1875, merchandise in general store, inventories, credits due,stock purchases; 1646 a-j miscellaneous papers (Folio ), 1/1/1843-12/31/1875 series 4box 1folder 1item 1646
Rudolph, Louis J.: Account book, 1859-1872, for a general commission and grocery business, with various people and companies, in various places, partnerships listed, personal accounts, weather, fire alarms, engines answering, locations of fires, 102 p. (Folio ), 1/1/1859-12/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1647
Elbert, Martin Jean: Account books, records for housekeeping, market expenses, eggs, chickens, threshing, hay sold, washing of clothes, miscellaneous expenses and receipts, 1648 a-k miscellaneous papers in envelope, approximately 211 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1906-12/31/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 1648
Elbert, Martin Jean: Account books, records for housekeeping, market expenses, eggs, chickens, threshing, hay sold, washing of clothes, miscellaneous expenses and receipts, approximately 211 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1912-12/31/1915 series 4box 1folder 1item 1649
Account book ([Leonardtown] general store): 1903-1905, individual accounts for general store merchandise, 200 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1903-12/31/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 1650
McGowain and Cady: Ledger, 1886-1887, individual accounts for wholesale lumber, records of expense accounts for partners, 226 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1886-12/31/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 1651
Account book: 1883-1906, individual accounts for services (hauling) , farm supplies, approximately 235 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1883-12/31/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 1652
Daybook: 1878-1879, record of individual daily purchases of general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1878-12/31/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 1653
Ledger (various western counties): 1865-1868, records of stamp purchases, record of deposits in Farmers and Mechanic Bank of Baltimore, Frederick Savings, lists of names (muster rolls), information about forwarding checks (Folio ), 1/1/1865-12/31/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 1654
Daybook 1851-1852: Individual accounts for merchandise from general store (Folio ), 1/1/1851-12/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 1655
Farmers Exchange: Daybook, April 1, 1909- May 7, 1910, individual accounts for grains (corn, bran, fiber, oats), lumber (siding, flooring, locust pests), coal, 600 pages (Folio ), 4/1/1909-5/7/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 1656
Farmers Exchange: Journal, 1909-1912, accounts of cash received, disbursed, deposits in banks, 600 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1909-12/31/1912 series 4box 1folder 1item 1657
Daybook: Individual accounts for nails, wire, screws, yoke straps, stable blankets, horse collars, turpentine, white lead, down spouts, oil stones, etc, 600 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1910-12/31/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 1658
Daybook: Individual accounts for nails, wire, screws, yoke straps, stable blankets, horse collars, turpentine, white lead, down spouts, oil stones, etc, 676 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1911-12/31/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 1659
Daybook: Individual accounts for nails, wire, screws, yoke straps, stable blankets, horse collars, turpentine, white lead, down spouts, oil stones, etc, 764 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1912-12/31/1912 series 4box 1folder 1item 1660
Ledger (Sharpsburg, Boonsboro) 1851-1859 ,pages 32-452; death lists 1881-1907 (compiled 1915); Ella Betts (Boonsboro) scrapbook, 1867-1889, clippings, poetry, death notices, miscellaneous articles pasted on ledger, pages 1-31 (Folio ), 1/1/1851-12/31/1915 series 4box 1folder 1item 1661
Miller, Joseph G. and Company: Day book 1853-1854, individual accounts for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1853-12/31/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 1662
Miller, Joseph G. and Company: Sale book 1861, individual accounts for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1861-12/31/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 1663
Miller, Joseph G. and Company: Account book, 1850-1852, individual account for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 1664
Miller, Joseph G. and Company: Ledger, 1850-1851, individual account for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1850-12/31/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 1665
Miller and Company: Ledger, 1853-1855, individual accounts for general store merchandise (Folio ), 1/1/1853-12/31/1855 series 4box 1folder 1item 1666
Duvall, William: Account book, 1851, for merchandise purchased for general store on letter heads pasted on card board; license to sell in 30th election district; statement qualifying William Duvall to discharge duties in the post office of Buena Vista (Folio ), 1/1/1851-12/31/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 1667
Ledger: 1827-1877, contains records for lumber sawed, plantings of corn, wages paid farm hands, article on heavy manuring (Folio ), 1/1/1827-12/31/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 1668
Barnsley, Jonathan: Daybook, [1872], individual accounts for merchandise in general store; some pages used as a scrapbook, newspaper clippings on farms, farming; two articles written by Caroline M. Farqubar (Folio ), 1/1/1872-12/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1669
Ledger, 1880-1900: Contains individual accounts for cutting and husking corn, wages for farm hands, charges to them, rent for houses, fields rented, public road accounts, approximately 250 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1880-12/31/1900 series 4box 1folder 1item 1670
Ledger, 1861-1913: Accounts for crops, sheep, and lambs (sales and deaths), individual farm hands, work, wages, house rent, approximately 85 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1861-12/31/1913 series 4box 1folder 1item 1671
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 72 ledgers, 1894-1898, 637 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1894-12/31/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 1672
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 73 ledgers, 1898-1901, 600 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1898-12/31/1901 series 4box 1folder 1item 1673
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 74 ledgers, 1901-1904, 600 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1901-12/31/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 1674
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 75 ledgers, 1908-1945, 292 pages, 1/1/1908-12/31/1945 series 4box 1folder 1item 1675
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 76 ledgers, 1916-1944, 375 pages, 1/1/1916-12/31/1944 series 4box 1folder 1item 1676
Wilbur F. Ward Plumbing Company: Contains individual accounts of purchase of plumbing merchandise, 77 ledgers, 1918-1922, 400 pages, 1/1/1918-12/31/1922 series 4box 1folder 1item 1677
Physicians and patient account book ( on board the Macedonian, Wye Milo, Wye Town) 1858-1871, first 10 pages concerns the Macedonian, its complement and men and symptoms treated, 1858-1859, lists of individuals treated, dates of visits, fees (Folio ), 1/1/1858-12/31/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 1680
Miller and Cramer: Daybook 1895-1897, individual accounts for building materials, services (weighing hay), general store merchandise, 492 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1895-12/31/1897 series 4box 1folder 1item 1681
Rutherford, Benjamin: Daybook 1821-1823, individual daily accounts for general store merchandise, approximately 400 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1821-12/31/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 1682
Chase, Jeremiah T.: Autographed signed letter, 1822, to [Randall] and instructions for collecting papers relating to the collecting of rents [Annapolis], 1/1/1822-12/31/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1683
Chase, Jeremiah T.: Autographed signed letter, Marcy 27, 1822, to [Randall] H. Moale, expressing gratification tht Mr. Moale will act as receiver of rents for Sterett and Chase [Annapolis], 3/27/1822-3/27/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1684
[Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company] (no place) , Bill, March [1872] for lumber siding, [Cuttspikes] boat spikes and pitch ( missing , June 20, 1978, card pulled 8-28-1990), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 1716
[Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company] (Antietam Division): Payroll abstract, March 1872, for earned cash board of carpenters, blacksmith, bosses, laborers, and cooks; earned cash for superintendents, lock keepers, horse [heire] supplies and materials, 3/1/1872-3/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1717
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill for boat yard supplies. Pait April 1872, 4/18/1872-4/18/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1718
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill, various accounts for repairs of packet boat, board for boats, repairs in general, tools, care fare, board, lumber for locks, signed by superintendent, 3/30/1872-3/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1719
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1720
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1721
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill signed by superintendent, 4/17/1872-4/17/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1722
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1723
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill, horse hiring, signed by superintendent, 4/18/1872-4/18/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1724
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill, care fare and other expenses, signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1725
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1726
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill for printingsigned by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1727
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill for office supplies signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1728
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company (Cumberland Division): Bill for boat supplies signed by superintendent, 4/16/1872-4/16/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1729
Vickery, George: Copy of a bill of sale, January 3, 1838, made from the original by George Vickery, executed by Thomas H. Kennard to James M. Raisin, Light Street Wharf, for a sum of money and two Negro boys to cover purchase of schooner, John Boldolph, [Kent County], 1/3/1838-1/3/1838 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1730
Signed holograph statement by James M. Raisin, April 26, 1838, attesting to bill of sale referred to in #1730 [Kent County], 4/26/1838-4/26/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 1731
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Esquire, in accordance with the estate of James Hunter, 2/1/1784-6/30/1792 series 4box 1folder 1item 1736
Carroll, Charles: Bond, February 3, 1789, Nicholas Dawson bound to Charles Carroll a sum of money, printed form filled in by hand, printed by Bartgis [Frederick County], 2/3/1789-2/3/1789 series 4box 1folder 1item 1738
Carroll, Charles: Bond, January 28, 191, Simon Gagenhart and Peter [Tepley] bound to Charles Carroll a sum of money, printed form filled in by hand, 1/28/1791-1/28/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 1739
Harrigan Brothers: Ledger, 1905-1908, accounts under names of people, yachts, and tug boats, 1004 pages (Folio ), 1/1/1905-12/31/1908 series 4box 1folder 1item 1740
Carroll, Charles: Promissory note, September 4, 1827, to Charles Carroll for sum of two hundred twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents, signed W. Jarboe and John Jarboe; on verso, receipt of twenty-five dollars signed by John McTavish [Frederick County], 9/4/827-9/4/1827 series 4box 1folder 1item 1768
Carroll, Charles (no place): Promissory note, November 7, 1833, to Charles H. Carroll, for one hundred six dollars and thirteen cents by Leonard Picking and Company [Baltimore City], 11/7/1833-11/7/1833 series 4box 1folder 1item 1773
Carroll, Charles H.(no place): Copy of promissory note, 11/7/1833, to Charles H. Carroll, signed by Leonard Picking and company; printed form, filled in by J. Turbult, states note preseated at bank with answer, "no money to pay it"; protest notice sent [Baltimore City], 11/7/1833-11/7/1833 series 4box 1folder 1item 1777
Carroll, Charles H. (Baltimore): Draft for four months March 20, 1835, to Samuel Carmack to pay to account of Charles H. Carroll $137.81 [Baltimore City], 3/20/1835-3/20/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 1780
Carroll, Charles H. (Baltimore): Draft for five months, March 20, 1835, to Samuel Carmack to pay to account of Charles H. Carroll $140.76 [Baltimore City], 3/20/1835-3/20/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 1781
Carroll, Charles H. (Baltimore): Sixty-day draft dated March 20, 1835, to Samuel Carmach to pay $138 to Charles H. Carroll's account [Baltimore City], 3/20/1835-3/20/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 1782
Carroll, Charles H. (Baltimore): Draft ninety-day, dated March 29, 1835, to Samuel Carmach to pay $138 to Charles H. Carroll's account [Baltimore City], 3/20/1835-3/20/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 1783
Mealy, Isiah (no place, collector of tolls): record of turnpike tolls, collected at various gates to the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike for mail coaches, 10/1/1842-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 1791
Mealy, Isiah (no place, collector of tolls): record of turnpike tolls, collected at various gates to the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike for mail coaches, 1/1/1843-3/31/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 1792
Mealy, Isiah (no place, collector of tolls): record of turnpike tolls, collected at various gates to the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike for mail coaches, 4/1/1843-6/15/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 1793
Woolford, William: Bill, document signed, April 29, 1839, for making coat, pantaloons, and vest [Somerset County], 4/29/1839-4/29/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 1802
Wollford, William : Bill, document signed, October 23, 1847, to Joseph F. Smith for mahogany coffin and case; on verso "My Dear Wifes Coffin" [Somerset County], 10/23/1847-10/23/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 1803
Woolford, Thomas: Promissory note, document signed, to Rufus M. Parsons for rent of house and lot in Princess Anne, Somerset County [Somerset County], 12/31/1860-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 1805
Woolford, Sevin: Receipt, document signed, by Thomas J. Dixon, May 29, 1865, for $76.80 for county levy, charged to William Woolford [Somerset County], 5/29/1865-5/29/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 1806
Humphreys, H.: Autographed letter signed, September 25, 1867, to William [Woolford] concerning wheat to be ground [Wicomico County], 9/25/1867-9/25/1867 series 4box 1folder 1item 1807
Corke, James M.: Autographed letter signed, October 9, 1861, to Sir, requesting information and directions for building grain room and shed, acquiring shingles, and money for food for sick Jim; [Talbot County], 10/9/1861-10/9/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 1818
Woolford, Maria L.: Receipt, document signed, by Maria Woolford, October 5, 1837, from William G. Woolford for $50 for annuity, 10/5/1837-10/5/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 1823
Dshielle, H. H.: Receipt, June 6, 1865, from William G. Woolford for $200 [Somerset County], 6/5/1865-6/5/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 1827
Harwood, Benjamin: Acknowledgement to sir with orders ,checks, and recording credit in Treasury Department books [Annapolis], 8/5/1816-8/5/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 1833
Harwood, Benjamin: Acknowledgement to sir with orders ,checks, and recording credit in Treasury Department books [Annapolis], 10/7/1816-10/7/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 1834
Harwood, Benjamin: Acknowledgement to sir with orders ,checks, and recording credit in Treasury Department books [Annapolis], 12/3/1816-12/3/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 1835
Harwood, Benjamin: Acknowledgement of letter, April 9, 1817, to John Schley stating check received; credit given on Treasury Department books and 100 blank marriage licenses will be sent [Annapolis], 4/9/1817-4/9/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 1836
Harwood, Benjamin: Acknowledgement of letter December 24, 1818, to John Schley stating checks received and credit given on Treasury Department books [Annapolis], 12/24/1818-12/24/1818 series 4box 1folder 1item 1837
Draft from B. Harwood, Treasury office, Annapolis, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $600, 9/11/1820-9/22/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 1838
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $200, 10/10/1820-10/10/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 1839
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $400, 12/7/1820-12/7/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 1840
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $119.77, 12/29/1820-12/29/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 1841
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $790.40, 5/7/1821-5/7/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 1842
Draft from B. Harwood to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $600, 9/11/1821-9/11/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 1843
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $152, 10/15/1821-10/15/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 1844
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $770.76, 5/7/1822-5/7/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1845
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $300, 7/9/1822-7/9/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1846
Draft B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $400, 8/20/1822-8/20/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1847
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $600, 10/7/1822-10/7/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1848
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $791.63, 11/5/1822-11/5/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 1849
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $1500, 4/4/1823-4/4/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 1850
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $300, 5/6/1823-5/6/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 1851
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $1000, 5/5/1825-5/5/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 1852
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $1000, 5/11/1825-5/11/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 1853
Draft from B. Harwood, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to pay Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmer's Bank of Maryland, $406.48, 8/8/1825-8/8/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 1854
Jacobs, George: Inventory of goods and chattels of G. Jacobs, April 20, 1798, Nicholas Dawson and James Neale, subscribers appointed and sworn to appraise the goods and chattels of G. Jacobs, 4 pages (Folio ), 4/20/1798-4/20/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 1884
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal: Payroll, March 1872, lists names, occupation, whole number of days, rate per number, signees' names and witness to signature ( Oversize), 3/1/1872-3/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 1890
Changeur, Leon: Sales accounts, June 14, 1796, of sundries received of Brig Mary, Lewis Toucas, Commander from Bordeaux and Guadeloupe on account of Mr. Leon Changeur, merchant, Baltimore ( Oversize), 6/14/1796-6/14/1796 series 4box 1folder 1item 1891
Account book: A single folio leaf from an account book, E. R. Landing, August 22, 1786, for sundries and merchandise, tobacco and sundries, other names on pages, interesting water-mark, 8/22/1786-8/22/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 1899
Indian Queen Tavern (Baltimore): Account bill of George Scears to John Gadsby for lodging, food, wines, washing, and postage, 6/1/1814-10/31/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 1903
Indian Queen Tavern (Baltimore): Account bill of W. Ringgold to John Gadsby for lodging, food, wines, washing, and postage, 3/1/1818-3/31/1818 series 4box 1folder 1item 1904
Indian Queen Tavern (Baltimore): Acoount bill of R. Harry to John Gadsby for lodging, food, wines, washing and postage, 2/1/1819-5/31/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 1905
Skinner, John (no place): Account, sales of the whole of Mr. J. Skinner's real and personal estates, April 1806-June 1806, 5 1/2 pages, 4/1/1806-5/31/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 1910
Skinner, John (no place): Account, sales of the whole of Mr. J. Skinner's real and personal estates, April 1806-June 1806, 5 1/2 pages, 4/1/1806-6/10/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 1911
Piper, Henry (no place): Handwritten account, 1855-1857, to Joseph A. [Siep] for building fence, bake oven, abutment for waste way and plastering, 1/1/1855-12/31/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 1923
Parker, William (Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road office, Baltimore): Holograph letter signed, January 16, 1852, to John Thomson Mason concerning a commutation ticket and that the judges of the Maryland court of appeals be allowed to travel at half fare, 1/16/1852-1/16/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 1925
Woodbourne Farm (no place): Account book, July 1882-April 1888, includes wages and board for farm hands, sundry expenses, individual accounts for hay, butter,143 pages; when Michael Murphy died, his wife took over the running of the farm (Folio ), 7/1/1882-4/30/1888 series 4box 1folder 1item 1935
Agnew, Robert ([Baltimore] , Captain of Schooner, L. B. Milson) Ledger account for freight, all kinds, shipped from Baltimore to Norfolk, information on pay for hands for loading, passages, supplies of food and other things, 1/1/1855-12/31/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 1936
Agnew, Robert ([Baltimore] , Captain of Schooner, L. B. Milson) Ledger account for freight, all kinds, shipped from Baltimore to Norfolk, information on pay for hands for loading, passages, supplies of food and other things, 1/1/1857-12/31/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 1937
Emory, M. (Queen Anne County): Account book, first part January 1793-1796, individual accounts for farm work, tuition books, board, weaving; second part, January 1834-1839, purchases of food, approximately 134 pages [Queen Anne County], 1/1/1793-12/31/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 1938
Colonial account book (no place): Original manuscript, 1766-1774, about 4" by 7 3/4", bound in vellum, gives amounts of tithes for about 20 people, kept by a landowner or clergyman, approximately 35 pages, 1/1/1766-12/31/1774 series 4box 1folder 1item 1939
Bill head (Annapolis): List of purchases, printing [Annapolis], 3/20/1899-3/20/1899 series 4box 1folder 1item 1946
Bill head (Annapolis): List of purchases, shoes [Annapolis], 10/30/1897-10/30/1897 series 4box 1folder 1item 1947
Bill head (Baltimore): List of purchases of china [Baltimore City], 5/27/1843-5/27/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 1948
Boswell Family, Port Tobacco, Charles County: Journal, October 7, 1844- October 23, 1846, paper cut outs pasted on back pages (Folio ), 10/7/1844-10/23/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 1956
W. Boswell, Port Tobacco, Charles County: Ledger by accounts for 1831-1834; copy of document July 1, 1854, by Justice of the Peace John H. Boswell regarding sale of the accounts July 7, 1833-June 30 1844; last pages drawings and watercolors (Folio ), 1/1/1831-12/31/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 1957
W. Boswell, Port Tobacco, Charles County: Journal for general store merchandise July 1, 1856-November 25, 1857, first page cutouts (Folio ), 7/1/1856-11/25/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 1958
[Boswell family, Port Tobacco, Charles County]: Ledger of accounts, 1872-1878, with insert pages 1-I of promissory notes, previous ledger pages, 1/1/1872-12/31/1878 series 4box 1folder 1item 1959
W. Boswell, Port Tobacco, Charles County: Cashbook for general store merchandise January 2, 1867-December 31, 1869; copy of document before Justice of the Peace William P. Flowers, January 1, 1868, swearing to accuracy of accounts [Charles County], 1/2/1867-12/31/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 1960
Thomas, James Jr., Richmond, Virginia: Autographed document signed, January 1, 1853, for the hire of one Negro slave, Jacob Griffin, for one year; payment $100.00, a hat, and a blanket; on verso, five payments noted, 1/1/1853-1/1/1853 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1961
Carney, Thomas (Jackson, [Mississippi]): Holograph document signed, July 2, 1825, receipt from David Taylor partial payment of $137.00 for Negro Cyrus; title to transfer on balance payment, $263.00, 7/2/1825-7/2/1825 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1962
Smith, A. and Lee James, agents: Autographed document signed, Richmond, VA, April 6, 1863, receipt of $2800 from S. C. Robinson, full purchase for one Negro slave named Abram, 4/6/1863-4/6/1863 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1963
Daniel Hyde: Holograph document signed, October 20, 1825, bill of sale, $1000 from William Benton for 4 slaves: 2 boys aged 13 and 10 and 2 girls, both 9; verso, evaluation of the 4 for $1200 by William Bronaugh and Ben Mitchell, 10/20/1825-10/20/1825 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1964
Collin Carter, Lincoln County, Kentucky: Holograph document signed, February 8, 1813, bill of sale, $325, from Jonathon Carter, Loudon County, Virginia, for one Negro slave for life, Sarah, about 27 years, 2/8/1813-2/8/1813 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1965
William W. Hall (Richmond, Virgina): Document signed, December 6, 1842, receipt of $299 from Leonard Slater for one Negro slave, Priscilla, 12/6/1842-12/6/1842 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1966
C. G. Campbell, Richmond, Virginia: Document signed, April 9, 1863, receipt of $2410 from S. C. Robinson for one Negro slave, Bob, 4/9/1863-4/9/1863 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1967
Ephraion Garrison: Fauquier County, Virginia: Holograph document signed, May 25, 1811, bill of sale in receipt of $400 from Jonathon Carter for one Negro man, a slave for life, Nelson, 5/25/1811-5/25/1811 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1968
F. Fries, Richmond, Virgina: Document signed, April 30, 1863, receipt of $2550 from S. C. Robinson for one Negro slave, Lewis, 4/30/1863-4/30/1863 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1969
William Lewis: Holograph document signed, November 6, 1822, receipt in payment of $650 from Isaac Strickling for one Negro woman, Darcas, and her three boys, slaves for life, 11/6/1822-11/6/1822 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1970
Conrad Bitzer, Loudon County, Virginia: Holograph document signed, October 22, 1824, bill of sale to Jonathan Carter, three Negroe slaves, James, aged 20, Easter, aged 11, and Charles, aged 11, 10/22/1824-10/22/1824 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1971
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 1, 1856, for the hire of one Negro slave, Landy, $70; payment to Jacob Shook, board and clothes by master; verso, notice of payment of sum, 12/31/1856, 1/1/1856-12/31/1856 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1972
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 1, 1856, for the hire of one Negro slave, Jorday, $140, to Elizabeth J. Timberlake, furnished with clothing, hat, and blanket; verso, notice of two payments, July 7, 1856 and January 26, 1857, 1/1/1856-1/26/1857 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1973
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 5, 1860, for hire of one Negro slave, Bob; payment of $140 to Felix Matthews, furnished with clothing, hat and blanket; verso, payments noted 4/6/1860, 7/2/1860, 10/1/1860, and 1/1/1861, 1/5/1860-1/1/1861 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1974
Francis Earnes: Autographed document signed, January 1, 1856, for the hire of his son, Robert, $100; verso, 7 payments--January 21, 1856, Februay 14, 1856, April 4, 1856, May 10, 1856, July 1856, October 3, 1856, November 24, 1856, 1/1/1856-11/24/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 1975
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 3, 1855, for the hire of one Negro slave, Nelson; payment of $130 to Samuel T. Pullian, boarded and clothed by master, 1/3/1855-1/3/1855 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1976
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 1, 1853, for the hire of one slave, Edmund, from C. E. Puller; payment of $150, clothing, hat, and blanket, 1/1/1853-1/1/1853 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1977
James Thomas, Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 5, 1854, for the hire of 4 Negro slaves from Nathaniel C. Crenshaw; William Crenshaw at $80, William at $80, Frank at $80, and Lee at $60; verso notation of payments 5/4, 7/30, 10/18, and 1/2/1855, 1/5/1854-1/5/1855 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1978
James Thomas, Jr., E. H. Jenks: Autographed document signed, January 3, 1852, for the hire of one Negro slave, John, from Mrs. Hellen G. Goinnan for $80, clothing, hat, and blanket; verso, notation of payments April 1, July 11, Oct. 1 and January 4, 1852, 1/3/1852-1/4/1852 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1979
James Thomas Jr.: Autographed document signed, January 13, 1852, for hire of a Negro slave, Anthony, from W. R. B. Wyatt; payment of $100, clothing, hat and blanket; verso, notation of payment, 1/13/1852-1/13/1852 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1980
J. Nosworthy to George Jones, Jefferson County, Georgia, Louisville: Autographed letter signed, October 2, 1854, report to plantation owner giving general condition of the cotton crop and a daily report of plantation activities, 10/2/1854-10/2/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 1982
Preston Leonard: Autographed document signed, sale of a Negro boy, Harry, to Robert Lupkin for $320, June 17, 1830 [Worcester County], 6/17/1830-6/17/1830 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 1988
Robert Rollins: Daybook, Sudlersville, July 2, 1841- September 19, 1842, ironsmith, price of mending chores, local people [Queen Anne's County], 7/2/1841-9/19/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 1994
[Bacharn?] to Captain Matthew Robinson (of Baltimore): Autographed letter signed, February 24, 1827, regarding bales of Alabama cotton for various ports in the U.S. and Europe, returning to transport them. Sent from New Orleans [Baltimore City], 2/24/1827-2/24/1827 series 4box 1folder 1item 1995
(___ Bosley) to Captain Matthew Robinson (Baltimore): May 14, 1827, autographed letter signed regarding insurance of ship Hibernia at Patapsco Insurance Office, 5/14/1827-5/14/1827 series 4box 1folder 1item 1996
(____ Bosley) to Captain Matthew Robinson (Baltimore) May 13, 1828, regarding purchasing cargo in Havanna and lack of authorization from Mr. Martin, 5/13/1828-5/13/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 1998
G. G. Howland to Matthew Robinson: Autographed letter signed, June 4, 1830, proposition of voyage to Gibralter [Baltimore City], 6/4/1830-6/4/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 2002
Backus, Casamajor and Nuiry to Mrs. Mary Robinson, St. Iago de Cuba, May 11, 1833: Regarding remittance of funds, include 2013a, bill of exchange, 5/11/1833-5/11/1833 series 4box 1folder 1item 2013
Bill of Sale, September 20, 1779, of Cargo of the Brig Putt, being molasses, dry goods, and Jamaca spirits; sold by order of Honorable Brig Nicholson, Esq., Judge of Marine Court of Maryland, 9/20/1779-9/20/1779 series 4box 1folder 1item 2014
Quarterly conference record of Methodist Episcopal (Baltimore conference) Church South; includes roll, positions, date, place, responses to questions, membership, finances, miscellaneous business, reports of Sunday school group,. . . includes 2046a,, 1/1/1902-12/31/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2046
Receipt of $500 from Edward Thomas in payment for erection of a house on Dallas Street, Baltimore, November 15, 1853, Thomas Carey, 11/15/1853-11/15/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 2048
Account book, 1860-1870, Berry and Berry, Baltimore; Jasper and William, A. R. Shipley and attachments, 1/1/1860-12/30/1870 series 4box 1folder 1item 2051
Frederick County, holograph document signed, bond, Samuel Hobbs: Promissory note to Andrew Etzler, 200 pounds current money, November 1804, payment of 100 pounds on November 6, 1807 [Frederick County], 11/1/1804-11/6/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 2056
John Burgess, Montgomery County clerk, holograph document signed, March 2, 1805, note of Edward Penn, deceased, two-thirds paid [Montgomery County], 3/2/1805-3/2/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 2061
George Hammond, April 24, 1809: Note to pay 102 pounds, 8 shillings, 9 1/2 pence, holograph document signed, 4/24/1809-4/24/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 2063
Libertytown, January 3, 1810: Henry Sneader promises to pay Craster and Jones 117 pounds, 12 shillings, and 9 pence with interest, holograph document signed, promissory note [Frederick County], 1/3/1810-1/3/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2083
Promissory note, January 10, 1810, John Kitz Miller agrees to pay Craster and Jones 80 pounds, 10 shillings, and 1 penny in three days, 1/10/1810-1/10/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2089
Rich Head: Promissory note, July 21, 1806, to pay Michael Boyer $60 for a mare and colt; verso payments July 24, 1806, October 10, 1806, July 6, 1807, 7/24/1806-7/6/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 2096
Promissory note, holograph document signed, August 11, 1813: Samuel Holand promises to pay Ezra Mantz $84.87 in 60 days, 8/11/1813-8/11/1813 series 4box 1folder 1item 2101
Promissory note, Baltimore, July 9, 1803: John Miller promises to pay Ferdinand Gourdon $100 in 12 months [Baltimore City], 7/9/1803-7/9/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 2105
Robert Cumming (Libertytown): Promissory note, holograph document signed, September 25, 1806, to pay John Campbell, Sr., $392 in 12 months [Frederick County], 9/25/1806-9/25/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 2111
James Gittings: Promissory note, April 3, 1807, holograph document signed, to pay 48 pounds, 18 shilllings, 6 pence in ten days to John Wright; verso, John Wright assigns to George Blessing, 4/3/1807-4/3/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 2115
Andrew Goedeck: Promissory note, holograph document signed, March 13, 1809, Andrew Goedeck promises to pay Jacob Gesey 21 pounds, 3 shillings in 6 months, 3/13/1809-3/13/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 2119
Philip Morningstar: Promissory note, holograph document signed, January 7, 1809, to pay 23 pounds, 15 shillings, 3 pence to Jacob Gesey in 3 days [Frederick County], 1/7/1809-1/7/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 2120
Thomas H. Lucket, holograph note signed, August 5, 1807, requesting to pay Samuel Hobbs 100 pounds October 21, 1807, assigned to Jacob Winter, 8/5/1807-10/21/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 2139
Upton S. Hobbs: Promissory note, holograph document signed, October 27, 1803, to pay Rhesa Hobbs $66 in 6 months, 10/27/1803-10/27/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 2147
John Clary: Promissory note to pay Francis Brown Lappington 20 pounds, 3 shillings, 4 pence, with interest, in 2 months, 12/7/1796-12/7/1796 series 4box 1folder 1item 2148
Isaac Shiver to Henry Schley: Autographed letter signed, Westminster, May 24, 1829, sending in a note on Frederick Tawney, deceased for ground rent [Carroll County], 5/24/1829-5/24/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 2154
Andrew Shriver to Henry Schley, autographed letter signed, to Union Mills, June 11, 1829, regarding bond against Fancy, 6/17/1829-6/17/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 2155
John Fisher to Henry Schley, autographed letter signed, May 25, 1829, Westminster regarding debt of the Frederick Tawney estate to Branch bank [Carroll County], 5/25/1829-5/25/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 2156
Benjamin Harwood (treasurer): Receipt, autographed letter signed, June 9, 1817, Annapolis, for $1000, check on the Branch bank [Annapolis], 6/9/1817-6/9/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 2161
Patrick Carney, receipt, holograph document signed, October 22, 1810, for $161.19, from Dennis and Barney O'Connor, Roger B. Taney, 10/22/1810-10/22/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2163
Warfield, Todd: Promissory note, holograph document signed, October 10, 1809, to pay Benjamin Howard $65 in 6 months; verso, transfer to John Wagner, March 9, 1810, 10/10/1809-3/9/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2195
George Hammond: Promissory note, holograph document signed, May 11, 1810, to pay Crapster and Jones 31 pounds, 6 shillings, 2 pence in 10 days, 5/11/1810-5/11/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2196
John Patrick, Baltimore, autographed letter signed, March 11, 1842, to John Carroll le Grand requesting appointment as lumber inspector (Folio ), 3/11/1842-3/11/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 2205
G. B. Wilson, Baltimore, House of Delegates, autographed letter signed, January 10, 1840, to John Carroll le Grand regarding banking, tarriffs on flour, Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and Chesapeake and Ohio canal [Baltimore City], 1/10/1840-1/10/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 2207
Enoch Louis Lowe, Annapolis, governor: Holograph document signed, April 13, 1852, certificate of appointment of John Carroll le Grand as Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals [Annapolis], 4/13/1852-4/13/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 2220
Mary Goldsborough, Talbot county, holograph document signed, copy August 31, 1840, of last will and testament, December 3, 1870 [Talbot County], 12/3/1820-8/31/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 2221
John Hildebrand to George Schnertzell, accounting, holograph document, 1807-1808, for rent and payments, 1/1/1807-12/31/1808 series 4box 1folder 1item 2222
Roger B. Taney, holograph document signed, no date: Statement, Joseph Little refuses to pay on his promissory note to Michael Kimmel and John Albert [Frederick County], 1/1/1871-12/31/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 2223
Roger B. Taney, plaintiff's attorney, holograph document signed, no date: John Reich has not paid in his letter of credit to Francis Mantz, statement [Frederick County], 1/1/1803-12/31/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 2224
D. W. Martin, Baltimore, March 11, 1816: Autographed letter signed to Brey asking for a statement of interest on his store [Baltimore City], 3/11/1816-3/11/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 2237
Mahlon Harley, holograph document signed, June 3, 1829: Promissory note, $125.03 to Hall, Gibson, and Company [Baltimore City], 6/3/1829-6/3/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 2240
Mahlon Harley, holograph document signed, October 28, 1829: $229, no receiver [Baltimore City], 10/28/1829-10/28/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 2241
Thomas G. Carroll and Son, Baltimore distillers and curers of rye whiskies: State of account, September 24, 1898, of G. H. Morgan [Baltimore City], 9/24/1898-9/24/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 2242
William Gist, Baltimore storekeeper: Statement of account, March 4, 1824, of George Weaver [Baltimore City], 3/4/1824-3/4/1824 series 4box 1folder 1item 2244
Maureen Duvall, Baltimore: Statement of gaol fees, February 26, 1813, William Jacob Finger to John Hutchins, Sheriff, for Isiah Green, jailer [Baltimore City], 2/26/1813-2/26/1813 series 4box 1folder 1item 2245
John and James Hughes, Baltimore, May 13, 1805: Instructions to William C. and R. Hobbs to pay Jacob Whipp $195 [Baltimore City], 5/13/1805-5/13/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 2246
George Keiler, Baltimore: Promissory note, June 4, 1806, to Henry Schroder for 62 pounds, 15 shillings [Baltimore City], 6/4/1806-6/4/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 2247
Dugan, Baltimore: Receipt, August 24, 1797, to William Marshall for full payment of bill with discount for promptness [Baltimore City], 8/24/1797-8/24/1797 series 4box 1folder 1item 2248
James Cluston, Baltimore: Receipt, August 25, 1797, to William Marshall for full payment of bill owed to I. Hollingsworth [Baltimore City], 8/25/1797-8/25/1797 series 4box 1folder 1item 2249
___ Emory,Talbot County, Queen Anne County: Ledger, 1830-1860, general accounts of Emory family, entrees for Negro customers and prices for hiring Negroes [Talbot County] [Queen Anne's County] (Folio ), 1/1/1830-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 2254
W. O. Sprigg, Cumberland (Allegany County): Account book, 1862-1867 [Allegany County], 1/1/1862-12/31/1867 series 4box 1folder 1item 2277
Brochure, A. Schumacher and Company, steamship agents, Baltimore, Maryland, publicity, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 2285
Seaside Hotel, Ocean City, Maryland, publicity pamphlet for 1892 season, 1/1/1892-12/31/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 2288
Wyatt White and Christopher C. Marsh: Account book 1864 [Somerset County], 1/1/1864-12/31/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 2307
Wyatt White and Christopher C. Marsh: Account book 1864 [Somerset County], 1/1/1864-12/31/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 2308
Wyatt White and Christopher C. Marsh: Account book 1864, 1881-1883; Princess Anne statement of agreements, accounts [Somerset County], 1/1/1864-12/31/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 2309
John Ross Key, promissory note, holograph document signed, February 18, 1796, to Solomon Kephart fo 53 pounds; verso, signs over to John McKracen [Frederick County], 2/18/1796-2/18/1796 series 4box 1folder 1item 2317
John Ross Key, promissory note, February 22, 1810, to Jacob Biggs for 27 pounds, 15 shillings [Frederick County], 2/22/1810-2/22/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2318
John Ross Key, promissory note, August 4, 1802 to Mr. Hoffman, $126.30 [Frederick County], 8/4/1802-8/4/1802 series 4box 1folder 1item 2319
Peter Sheeley and Christian Whitmore, promissory note, April 16, 1811, to Philip Barton Key for $70, 4/16/1811-4/6/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 2320
John Ross Key, Fredericktown, January 29, 1810, promissory note to pay Catherine Kimball $128.76; verso, turned over to Leatherwood [Frederick County], 1/29/1810-1/29/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2321
John Ross Key, promissory note to Luke ____ 19 pounds, 2 shillings, 5 pence, April 18, 1798 [Frederick County], 4/18/1798-4/18/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 2322
John Ross Key, Frederick County, promissory note, May 15, 1797, to Elisha Jarratt $55 [Frederick County], 5/15/1790-5/15/1790 series 4box 1folder 1item 2323
Proxy, holograph manuscript signed, April 30, 1827: Columbus O'Donnell to vote for Robert Oliver, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Ridgely --, William S. Cross and Ameda Jerrell in the election of directors for the Union Manufacturing Company of Maryland [Baltimore City], 4/30/1827-4/30/1827 series 4box 1folder 1item 2325
Bernard M. Baruch: Typed letter signed, February 20, 1933, to Daniel Willard regarding railroad report, 2/20/1933-2/20/1933 series 4box 1folder 1item 2326
William Hemsley, autographed letter signed, July 21, 1785, regarding tobacco to be shipped, claret, 7/12/1785-7/12/1785 series 4box 1folder 1item 2327
Statement, Frederick County John Ross Key owes Soloman Kephart 53 pounds, 1796 [Frederick County], 1/1/1796-12/31/1796 series 4box 1folder 1item 2329
John Lynn, Allegany County clerk, holograph document signed, May 10, 1805: John Ross Key owes William McNear 5 pounds, 3 shillings [Allegany County], 5/10/1805-5/10/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 2330
John Gwinn, Frederick County clerk, statement, autographed document signed, February 6, 1791: John Ross Key paid 25 pounds for animals and household goods of George Whitmore [Frederick County], 2/6/1791-2/6/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 2332
John Lynn, Allegany County clerk: Promissory note, John Ross Key to Sarah Lewis for 5 pounds, 3 shillings, 3 pence, July 20, 1801; statement, October 31, 1804 [Allegany County], 7/20/1801-10/31/1804 series 4box 1folder 1item 2335
Account of John Ross Key with T. Butlor, 1792-1794 [Frederick County], 1/1/1792-12/31/1794 series 4box 1folder 1item 2344
John Ross Key, statement: John Graham and Baker Johnson owe the state 500 pounds [Frederick County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 2355
Promissory note of Catherine Seibert to pay Mathilda Wilson $25, December 25, 1861, for the hire of her son, Murphy, 12/25/1861-12/25/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 2371
James Coburn to William L. Tom, autographed signed letter, November 27, 1842, (Baltimore):Coburn burned out, asking Franklin Company of Philadelphia to indemnify him [Baltimore City], 11/27/1842-11/27/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 2375
Election ticket, German American Bank, no date, corrections on list for directors, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 2377
G. W. Giggs, Resolution, no date, to change the present trustees of the Bank of Maryland and surrender the present trust, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 2378
M. Enssle, Baltimore Saddle Harness, and Collar Manufacturing: Bill, July 6, 1872, to Schally D. Jelly; attached, statement of non-payment [Baltimore City], 7/6/1872-7/6/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 2379
Lucas Brothers, Baltimore: Announcement of 125th Anniversary, 1804-1929 [Baltimore City], 1/1/1804-12/31/1929 series 4box 1folder 1item 2380
Henry Piper to Mr. Page: Autographed letter signed, June 4 (1760), Sharpsburg, regarding guards for machines while moving [Washington County], 6/4/1760-6/4/1760 series 4box 1folder 1item 2383
Henry Piper account with Jacob Baker, 1859-1860, for yard goods, 1/1/1859-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 2384
F. Ferguson, Banks and Company, Baltimore: Autographed letter signed, July 28, 1832, to John D. Lownes, merchant, Petersburg, Virginia regarding cologne and paper [Baltimore City], 7/28/1832-7/28/1832 series 4box 1folder 1item 2398
F. Ferguson, Banks and Company, Baltimore: Autographed signed letter, August 8, 1832, to John L. Lownes regarding Lownes' request for remittance and the separation of Banks and Company from Hickcox of Philadelphia [Baltimore City], 8/8/1832-8/8/1832 series 4box 1folder 1item 2399
J. Howard and Sons, New York, Autographed letter signed to Luther J. Cox of Baltimore regarding trees, buds, January 15, 1839 [Baltimore City], 1/15/1839-1/15/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 2400
J. Howard and Sons, New York, Autographed letter signed to Luther J. Cox of Baltimore regarding trees, buds, October 17, 1838 [Baltimore City], 10/17/1838-10/17/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2401
J. Howard and Sons, New York, Autographed letter signed to Luther J. Cox of Baltimore regarding trees, buds, 10/15/1838-10/15/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2402
J. Howard and Sons, New York, Autographed letter signed to Luther J. Cox of Baltimore regarding trees, buds, October 17, 1838, 10/17/1838-10/17/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2403
J. Boyer to Daniel Huges, Baltimore, autographed letter signed, April 11, 1821 regarding sending a load of skillets [Baltimore City], 4/11/1821-4/11/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 2404
J. Boyer to Daniel Huges, Baltimore, autographed letter signed, April 11, 1821 regarding purchasing skillets and payments. [Baltimore City], 10/23/1821-10/23/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 2405
J. Larkin Scott to John N. Finley and Company: Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, July 6, 1849, regarding claim against them [Baltimore City], 7/6/1849-7/6/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 2406
Archibald Kane to Geoge Douglas, autographed letter signed, July 9, 1817, Port au Prince, regarding insurance, cargo and bill of lading of ship Mohawk [Baltimore City], 7/9/1817-7/9/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 2408
Peter Burkhart, Frederick County, document signed: Peter Meyerhaffer owes Elizabeth Hoffman a debt, $3; verso, paid July 23, 1811 [Frederick County], 7/23/1811-7/23/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 2412
John Hoffman, Frederick County, document signed: Peter Shook owes Jeremiah Hemsworth a debt, December 29, 1810 [Frederick County], 12/29/1810-12/29/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2413
John L. Harding, Frederick County, document signed: John Hughes owes Ambrose Goslin a debt, 5 pounds, 18 shillings, 6 pence, February 11, 1812 [Frederick County], 2/11/1812-2/11/1812 series 4box 1folder 1item 2414
Henry Radewald to Frederick C. Graf, autographed letter signed, March 5, 1825, regarding public sale of cargo of the Mary Lord and filling of Graf's order [Baltimore City], 3/5/1825-3/5/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 2422
Henry Radewald to Frederick C. Graf, March 31, 1825 regarding purchase of teas [Baltimore City], 3/31/1825-3/31/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 2423
Steamboat Engineer's Certificate: Richard G. Moran is qualified as a First Class Assistant, April 19, 1862 [Baltimore City], 4/19/1862-4/19/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 2424
J. Silvestre Rebello to Dr. Joshua Cohen, autographed letter signed, Rio, September 11, 1838: Gift of colonia water to his goddaughter and to Dr. Cohen, question of selling Colonia Water in Baltimore, a leprosy medical case [Baltimore City], 9/11/1838-9/11/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2429
J. Silvestre Rebello to Dr. Joshua Cohen, Rio, October 6, 1838: Autographed signed letter regarding Colonia Water, clarified sugar, request for Blak Pine, White Pine, and Pine from Norfolk [Baltimore City], 10/6/1838-10/6/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2430
Eccleston, Thomas J. H., Dorchester County, Maryland: A manuscript collection of account sheets for his estate, 1806-1841 [Dorchester County], 1/1/1806-12/31/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 2450
Joshua Gist, Frederick County, Maryland: Record book of accounts and shopping lists, January-June 1800 [Frederick County], 1/1/1800-6/30/1800 series 4box 1folder 1item 2454
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of bill of sale, 3/20,1837, to board of managers by which Negro woman, Elizabeth,and her two children, Lovinia Ann and Jess, are sold to William A. Albaugh by Susan Buckey, Elizabeth to serve until 8/30/1842 [Frederick County], 3/20/1837-3/20/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2483
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, March 27, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro woman Maria Norr is sold to Daniel Bungle by Edward Schley to serve until June 1, 1846, and then to be free [Frederick County], 3/28/1837-3/28/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2484
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of bill of sale, 3/27,1837, to board of managers by which Negro woman, Eliza, and her two children, George and Elija, are sold to Charles W. Hood by Nicholas H. Pitts; Eliza to serve until 2/1/1842 [Frederick County], 3/27/1837-3/27/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2485
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, May 20, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro man Leevi is sold to Charles S. Hammond by Jacob Hart to serve until January 17, 1840 and then to be set free [Frederick County], 5/20/1837-5/20/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2489
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, June 14, 1837, to board of managers in which Negro girl, Kit, daughter of Harriet, is sold to Henry Clary by Henry Nelson to serve until January 26, 1865, and then to be free, 6/14/1837-6/14/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2491
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, June 19, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro girl Eliza is sold to James W. Eichelberger by Alexander Smith to serve until December 24, 1857, and then to be free [Frederick County], 6/19/1837-6/19/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2492
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, June 24, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro girl Louise, age 9, is sold to Jonathan Eades by Richard I. Webb to serve until age of 35 years and then to be free [Frederick County], 6/24/1837-6/24/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2493
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a bill of sale, July 14, 1837, to board of managers, by which Negro girl, Charity, is sold to Richard Potts by Benedict Boone to serve until April 10, 1839 and then to be free [Frederick County], 7/14/1837-7/14/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2496
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of a manumission August 28, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro man, John Rideout, owned by Serena Luckett, is to serve until September 19, 1842, and then to be free [Frederick County], 8/28/1837-8/28/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2500
Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk: Extract of bill of sale, February 12, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro man, John Mahoney (commonly called Jack) is sold to William Cookerly by Mary Schley to serve until 1/1/1842 and then to be free [Frederick County], 2/12/1837-2/12/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2503
(Henry Schley, Frederick County clerk): Extract of a bill of sale, October 23, 1837, to board of managers by which Negro girls, Cassa, age 10, Nelly, age 12, and Caroline, age 14, are sold to Jacob Hardt by Robert Campbell to serve until age 20 and free [Frederick County], 10/23/1837-10/23/1837 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2505
Basil Dorsey: Receipt, July 1, 1822, to John B. Stimble for balance on a Negro girl of $25, 7/1/1822-7/1/1822 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2594
David Hines: Autographed document, 1834, indebted to William Worthington for $13.50 for the hire of his Negro man Nick for 4.5 months at $3 per month, 1/1/1834-12/31/1834 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2609
Hecht Company, broadside, 1911: The Winter Clearance Sale (Folio ), 1/1/1911-12/31/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 2614
George Howard of John E. debit statement, no date, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 2643
Contract between Master and Seamen of the ship Mary C. Stevens of Baltimore, Februray 28, 1861, Master James Etchberger; contract give position, place of birth, salary, physical description; verson, notice of payment ( Oversize), 2/28/1861-2/28/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 2648
Account book of water bills in Frostburg, May 1886-1890, and description of rates for 1891; W. O. Sprigg, Treasurer and General Manager of the Frostburg Maryland Water Company [Allegany County], 1/1/1886-12/31/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 2677
Hazelhurst Sprigg, son of W. O. Sprigg: Record of personal expenses, account book, 1870-1872, accounts, 1876-1877 [Allegany County], 1/1/1870-12/31/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 2678
John Mann (Monn): Ledger, 1861-1871; ledger kept for sawmill accounts and receipts, Leitersburg, Washington County, Maryland (contains quite a few receipes); also, accounts of produce and dry goods [Washington County], 1/1/1861-12/31/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 2686
John Mann (Monn): Ledger 1831-1837; ledger kept for sawmill accounts and receipts [Washington County], 1/1/1831-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 2687
Ledger 1896-1897: Thomas G. Smith accounts on commissioned produce sales, farm accounts, land rent, payment on notes ( Oversize), 1/1/1896-12/31/1897 series 4box 1folder 1item 2700
Account book, 1881-1882: Thomas G. Smith accounts on commissioned produce sales and farm accounts, 1/1/1881-12/31/1882 series 4box 1folder 1item 2701
Account book, ledger, Pere Wilmer, of an inn and tavern in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland, accounts for meals, livery, board, services, liquor, and merchandise, 1833-1837 ( Oversize), 1/1/1833-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 2702
Personal account book, Baltimore, 1875-1876, of A. W. Bradford, Governor of Maryland from 1862-1866; accounts of expenses and income from rent and bonds; also an addition from 1875-1877 [Baltimore City], 1/1/1875-12/31/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 2703
Letter book, 1886-1889, Thomas L. Moore, Sandy Spring, Maryland and Washington, D. C.: Letters to insurance policy holders and applicants; mentions Carroll County Fire Company, Farmers Fire Insurance of York, Pennsylvania; also mortgages and offers to buy stocks of Union Turnpike Road Company [Montgomery County], 1/1/1886-12/31/1889 series 4box 1folder 1item 2706
Ledger/account book, 1888: Thomas G. Smith, Hanover, accounts on commissioned farm produce and farm accounts payment on loans; also, some land rents [Howard County], 1/1/1888-12/31/1888 series 4box 1folder 1item 2707
Ledger/Account book: Thomas G. Smith, Hanover, accounts on commissioned farm produce and sales, farm accounts and payment on notes [Howard County], 1/1/1876-12/31/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 2708
Ledger/Account book: 1887 with several later entries, accounts on commissioned farm produce, farm accounts, payment on notes and pickers accounts, 1/1/1887-12/31/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 2709
Typed letter signed, Baltimore, January 25, 1906, from Richard H. Pleasants, attorney to Dr. R. S. Hill, delegate, declaring support of Hills' proposed bill to reconstruct the Baltimore-Washington Turnpike [Baltimore City], 1/25/1906-1/25/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2720
Typed letter signed, Baltimore, January 27, 1906, from Charles F. Macklin to delegate Richard S. Hill offering support for proposal to reconstruct Baltimore-Washington Turnpike; offers to contribute money and confidence of the support of Howard County [Baltimore City], 1/27/1906-1/27/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2721
Autographed letter signed, Hyattsville, Maryland, February 1, 1906: Letter with seal from Charles A. Wills, Major, to R. S. Hill, delegate, declaring support of proposal to reconstruct the Baltimore-Washington Turnpike with the use of House of Correction laborers [Prince George's County], 2/1/1906-2/1/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2722
Autographed letter signed, Hyattsville, Maryland: February 7, 1906, from Charles A. Wells to R. S. Hill, supporting bill to reconstruct Baltimore-Washington Turnpike with prison labor; states that only 250 persons (laborers) have been contracted for [Prince George's County], 2/7/1906-2/7/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2724
Typed letter signed, Laurel, Maryland, February 8, 1906: From H. G. Odenwald to R. S. Hill, declaring support of the building of a Baltimore-Washington Turnpike by the Improvement Association of Laurel [Prince George's County], 2/8/1906-2/8/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2725
Typed letter signed, Baltimore, Maryland: February 14, 1906, from Dr. Hugh H. Young to R. S. Hill supporing Baltimore-Washington Turnpike but only as a narrow road, being easier to build and maintain [Baltimore City] [Prince George's County], 2/14/1906-2/14/906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2726
Autograph letter signed, College Park, Maryland: February 22, 1906: From George H. Calvert to R. S. Hill commending proposal to build Baltimore-Washington Turnpike and the mention of a proposed nearby railroad station [Prince George's County], 2/22/1906-2/22/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2727
Excerpt from letter, Upper Marlboro, April 11, 1906: From R. S. Hill to Colonel W. H. Powell stating that Hill himself worked singlehandedly and untiringly to pass and have signed a bill; mention of Senator Gorman [Prince George's County], 4/11/1906-4/11/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 2728
Promissory note, Frederick County, January 17, 1804: Thomas Johnson $70 to Peter Everhard [Frederick County], 1/17/1804-1/17/1804 series 4box 1folder 1item 2763
Promissory note, Frederick County, September 16, 1829: Roger Johnson $3,688 to James Dunlop [Frederick County], 9/16/1829-9/16/1829 series 4box 1folder 1item 2764
Receipt, Frederick County, January 5, 1795, George Calvert: James Johnson paid 78 pounds, one penny, 3 farthings [Frederick County], 1/5/1795-1/5/1795 series 4box 1folder 1item 2765
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, February 8, 1816: Thomas and Robert Johnson owe $100 to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 2/8/1816-2/8/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 2769
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, February 23, 1816: Robert and Thomas Johnson owe 100 pounds to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 2/23/1816-2/23/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 2772
Promissory note, Frederick County, autograph document signed, February 15, 1812: Thomas Johnson $190.09 to James Robertson [Frederick County], 2/15/1812-2/15/1812 series 4box 1folder 1item 2777
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, March 3, 1807, Henry Keefer: Robert and Thomas Johnson owe the State of Maryland 100 pounds [Frederick County], 3/3/1807-3/3/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 2778
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 26, 1804, Casper Creager: Thomas Johnson and Henery Foylen owe 12 pounds, 6 shillings, and 10 pence to Christian Rike [Frederick County], 3/26/1804-3/26/1804 series 4box 1folder 1item 2779
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, May 21, 1803: B. Carkney, William Brent, Thomas Johnson and William Hobbs owe 100 pounds to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 5/21/1803-5/21/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 2780
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, April 14, 1807, James Neall: David Delaughter and Robert Johnson owe 266 pounds, 13 shillings and 4 pence to Joseph and Thomas Johnson; verso, receipt, September 12, 1810, 104 pounds, 4 shillings and 11 pence from David Delaughter and Robert Johnson and Joseph and Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 4/14/1807-9/12/1810 series 4box 1folder 1item 2781
Account sheet, Frederick County, 1791, Baker Johnson: Account of notes and bonds, land values and land sales [Frederick County], 1/1/1791-12/31/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 2782
Promissory note, Frederick County, February 8, 1816: Thomas and Robert Johnson owe 100 pounds to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 2/8/1816-2/8/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 2783
Promissory note, Frederick County, February 23, 1816: Thomas and Robert Johnson owe 100 pounds to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 2/23/1816-2/23/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 2784
Receipt, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 20, 1817: N. Mayburry and Thomas Taylor for 940 pounds of bacon at 16 cents; verso, receipt autograph document signed, October 2, 1817,Samuel Johnson regarding claim in due bill to Cornelius McAnulty [Frederick County], 5/20/1817-10/2/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 2786
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, November 17, 1787, Conrad Rucker: Sale of livestock, kitchen utensils and tools to Robert Johnson for 48 pounds [Frederick County], 11/17/1787-11/17/1787 series 4box 1folder 1item 2787
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, March 2, 1818: Henry Hilliary and William Korsar $60 to Jacob Michael and John Late [Frederick County], 3/2/1818-3/2/1818 series 4box 1folder 1item 2794
Autograph letter signed, William Wingert, September 26, 1907, Hagerstown to Issac B. Young; letter accompanied payment of mortgage and interest[Frederick County], 9/26/1907-9/26/1907 series 4box 1folder 1item 2800
Account kept by Captain A. Blessing when he was trustee, 1833-1835; references to prices of tobacco, whiskey, sugar, coffee, fabric, etc., 1/1/1833-12/31/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 2806
Autograph letter signed, B. H. Cook, May 5, 1838, Port Au Prince to Thomas Wilson and Company of Baltimore, regarding a ship owned by Wilson, sailed by Cook and the trading/selling of its cargo; references to coffee markets, mahogany, prices and availability; ship's name unreadable, but much reference is made to schooner G. A. Crook owned by the Boyle Company [Baltimore City], 5/5/1838-5/5/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 2807
Receipt of payment, Peter Aurand, sheriff, May 20, 1815, from George von Nieda; receipt refers to fabric purchased and the prices Rehrersburg Pennsylvania, 5/20/1815-5/20/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 2808
Autograph letter signed, Hollins and McBlair, Baltimore, March 20, 1814, to T.K. Jones and Company in reference to their privateer vessels, York and Tuckahoe; reference to privateering rules and practices [Baltimore City], 3/20/1814-3/20/1814 series 4box 1folder 1item 2811
Autograph letter signed, J. Silvester Rebello, Rio de Janiro, September 12, 1842, to Joshua Cohen in Baltimore, professor of medicine at University of Maryland; reference to a type of wood to be traded and an effort of Rebello to secure American goods, ox, bear fat [Baltimore City], 9/12/1842-9/12/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 2813
Charles H. Doing, Prince Georges County, September 15, 1881, deed of trust: Doing owed Martha E. Martin and David Martin $500 wich he could not pay; William H. Main and Job Barnard filed this deed of trust with interest to secure payment to Martha E. and David Martin [Prince George's County], 9/15/1881-9/15/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 2839
Agreement, October 1, 1920, made between Mabel H. and John Worth Carnahan and Joh Miller regarding paying a debt to Miller , as well as rent for an apartment in Northeast D.C. [Washington DC], 10/1/1920-10/1/1920 series 4box 1folder 1item 2842
Collection of three letters and documents about the transportation of slaves belonging to J. A. Snider's wife, a native of Maryland, to Mississippi. Two letters are by her brother, John S. Staplefoot, about shipping these slaves by steamer through New Orleans, or by land. A third document is a two-page legal opinion, by a Maryland law firm from Baltimore, about the legality of shipping these slaves from Maryland to Mississippi., 2/13/1856-10/11/1858 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 2845
Autograph letter signed "P.O." Howard County September 20, 1883, to William Tyron, president of the Merchants Insurance Office, Baltimore; reference to information known by adresser, meeting place set to disclose information [Howard County], 9/20/1883-9/20/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 2848
Invoice and autograph letter signed: William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, May 20, 1843, a clothing merchant, to James A. Inhoes and brother in Richmond, asking for payment upon delivery of one box of merchandise aboard a steamboat [Baltimore City], 5/20/1843-5/20/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2853
Invoice, autograph letter signed, William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, May 13, 1843, a clothing merchant, to James Inhoes and brother in Richmond, Virginia [Baltimore City], 5/13/1843-5/13/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2854
Autograph letter signed from William H. Bayzard of Baltimore, July 21, 1843, a clothing merchant, to James Inhoes and brother of Richmond; mention of payment due beaver season, good markets [Baltimore City], 7/21/1843-7/21/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2855
Invoice, autograph letter signed, from William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, a clothing merchant, July 9, 1843, charging James Inhoes for a delivery, quote prices of fur, cloth [Baltimore City], 7/9/1843-7/9/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 2856
Invoice and autograph letter signed by William H. Bayzard, a clothing merchant, Baltimore, July 9, 1843, to James A. Inhoes and brother of Richmond, Virginia, requesting payment and indicating delivery of goods [Baltimore City], 7/9/1843-7/9/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2857
Autograph letter signed William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, July 24, 1843, merchant, to James A. Inhoes and brother of Richmond, Virginia [Baltimore City], 7/24/1843-7/24/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2858
William Bayzard, Baltimore, June 24, 1843: Invoice and autograph letter signed to James A. Inhoes concerning shipment of cloth merchandise to arrive on the steamship "Columbus"; includes prices of coats, cloth [Baltimore City], 6/24/1843-6/24/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2859
Autograph letter signed from William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, August 4, 1843, a clothing merchant, to James A. Inhoes and brother in Richmond, Virginia, concerning delivery and payment for shipment [Baltimore City], 8/4/1843-8/4/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2860
Invoice and autograph letter signed from William H. Bayzard, a clothing merchant, Baltimore, August 5, 1843, to James A. Inhoes and brother; discusses goods available, prices for cloth, beaver fur, etc [Baltimore City], 8/5/1843-8/5/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2861
Autograph letter signed from William H. Bayzard, a clothing merchant, August 22, 1843, to James A. Inhoes and brother of Richmond, Virginia [Baltimore City], 8/22/1843-8/22/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2862
Autograph letter signed and invoice, William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, a clothing merchant, August 26, 1843, to James Inhoes and brother of Richmond, Virginia [Baltimore City], 8/26/1843-8/26/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2863
Autograph letter signed and invoice from William H. Bayzard, Baltimore, a clothing merchant, September 9, 1843, to James Inhoes and brother of Richmond, Virginia [Baltimore City], 9/9/1843-9/9/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 2864
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, February 25, 1791: John Luckett and Basil Delashmuite 10 pounds, 11 shillings, to Thomas Johnson; verso, February 25, 1791 renouncement of claim in Phillips' note [Frederick County], 2/25/1791-2/25/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 2906
Letter from Mr. Hawkins of Baltimore to David Sprigg, Esq. of Hagerstown, Maryland regarding financial transaction., 3/5/1832-3/5/1832 series 4box 1folder 1item 2925
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, August 14, 1815: Barton Hackney $237.25 to John Eeard; verso, receipt autograph document signed, March 13, 1817, John Eeard payment from Jonah Buffington [Frederick County], 8/14/1815-3/13/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 2929
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, January 9, 1814: Rapheal Darnell (Darnale) and Peter Lower, $1,050 each to Arthur Shaaft, Roger B. Taney, and Francis S. Key; verso, receipt May 11, 1814, Roger B. Taney $1,068 debt and interest from Peter Lower [Frederick County], 1/9/1814-5/11/1814 series 4box 1folder 1item 2931
Promissory note, autograph document signed, March 3, 1806: James Daniel 15 pounds, 8 shillings, and ten pence to Abraham Crapster, 3/3/1806-3/3/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 2966
Promissory note, autograph document signed, July 25, 1806: William and Thomas Nolan, 75 pounds, 10 shillings, and 9 pence to George Witerrick, 7/25/1806-7/25/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 2979
Note, Frederick County, July 1806, Anonymous: Balance due from Otho H. W. Luckett and Willia Aubruy to McCromwell is 19 pounds one shilling [Frederick County], 7/1/1806-7/31/1806 series 4box 1folder 1item 2980
Promissory note, Frederick County, April 14, 1807: John Kitzmiller, 45 pounds, 11 shillings, 3 pence to Vachel Pumphrey [Frederick County], 4/14/1807-4/14/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 3047
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, autograph document signed, August 8, 1812: John Scott between $500 and $600 worth of notes sold to Cornelius McNulty for $100, 8/8/1812-8/8/1812 series 4box 1folder 1item 3074
Promissory notes, autograph document signed, Frederick County: August 13, 1808, Abraham Hooper, $56 to S. Scott; February 18, 1809, Francis Feelemayor right and title to George Buckey; February 18, 1809, Samuel Scott, right and title to Francis Feelemayor; verso, August 17, 1808, Samuel Scott, right and title to John Grushan; August 15, 1809, J. Grushan, right and title to ??? ; February 18, 1809, Frederick Heisely, Sam Scott has received no part of the payment due to him by Abraham Hooper [Frederick County], 8/13/1808-8/15/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 3092
Bill, autograph document: Cost of apprehending and jailing of a Negro, Hilliary, 10/1/1829-2/28/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 3093
Bill, autograph document signed, May 30, 1853 : Dr. George Lee to General George Rust for visits and medication for slave Nancy; also, receipt for full payment, 5/30/1853-5/30/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 3094
Promissory note, Frederick County, November 4, 1831: M. McPherson and Nathan Hammond $30 each from Negro Henson (slave of Ian McPherson), John McPherson and Nathan Hammond to the State of Maryland, unless the Negro Henson appears before the criminal court [Frederick County], 11/4/1831-11/4/1831 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3096
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, October 4, 1833, John H. Harding: $465 from Henry Kidwell for a Negro named Charles [Frederick County], 10/4/1833-10/4/1833 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3106
Receipt, autograph document signed, Frederick County, no date: A. Lawson payment received from Ul Bigler [Frederick County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3187
Promissory note, Frederick County, no date, John W. Charlton, coroner: Susy and Charles Poly owe 30 pounds to the State of Maryland unless Susy will give evidence in court against Negro George of William Agle who is accused of murder [Frederick County], [undated] (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3188
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, March 20, 1747: Hugh Parker 95 pounds to David Cox to be void if 47 pounds, 10 shillings, are not paid by November 1, 1748, 3/20/1747-3/20/1747 series 4box 1folder 1item 3205
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Frederick County, January 9, 1811: George Baer $1000 to the State of Maryland unless he (Baer) performs his trust as Treasurer of the Frederick Academy [Frederick County], 1/9/1811-1/9/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 3206
Account sheet, Frederick County, January 20, 1840-December 5, 1843, George McCahan account for services and merchandise for John McPherson; also, statement, autograph document signed, Frederick County, November 25, 1843, Micheal Bromell, George Mclanan has received no payment from John McPherson [Frederick County], 1/20/1840-12/5/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 3207
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, December 17, 1798: Jeremiah Steward sale of a Negro boy named Harry to Nicholas Dawson [Frederick County], 12/17/1798-12/17/1798 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3208
Promissory note, document signed, Frederick County, February 18, 1813: Henry Shriver, Martin Gelsinger, Samuel Torns and Joseph Nichols owe 6000 pounds of something to the State of Maryland [Frederick County], 2/18/1813-2/18/1813 series 4box 1folder 1item 3209
Promissory note, Frederick County, December 9, 1799, Gwinn, Jr. and Joseph Sim Smith, Adam Good, John Ross Key, and Joseph Wilson owe 49 pounds, 10 shillings, 11 pence debt plus 100 pounds damages and 363 pounds tobacco costs to John Gwinn and Upton Bruce [Frederick County], 12/9/1799-12/9/1799 series 4box 1folder 1item 3210
Promissory note, autograph document signed, New York, New York, November 15, 1835: John Stewart, Jr.: John Sedgebier owes $2545.00 to John Stewart, Jr., Daniel J. Stavott, $35.00, John P. Zelvertury and William F. Platt; verso, Cornelius R. Disorway (notary public) swears that Michael Ulshoeffer Esq. is qualified as a witness for the above promissory note, 11/15/1835-11/15/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 3218
Autograph letter signed, New York, February 16, 1830, George Doublass to John Glenn Esq. of Baltimore, concerning finances [Baltimore City], 2/16/1830-2/16/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 3219
Document, anonymous, discussion of the prominent features of the charter of the Bank of Maryland [incomplete], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3222
Receipt, autograph document signed, February 16, 1807, Robert John Oliver: $300 from John Caldwell, agent for the executor of John O'Donnell to be paid to William Auley; also, cashiers' checks --John O'Donnel, April 16, 1793, $400 and July 3, 1795, $2000 to W. Stuart, 4/16/1793-2/16/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 3224
Bank check, Baltimore, November 11, 1866: A. Bradford $23.87 to Ward Brothers from Mechanics' Bank of Baltimore, lost December 10, 1980, 1/11/1866-1/11/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3226
Bank check, Baltimore, December 22, 1865, A. Bradford: $19.90 to Mr. Daniel Derr, National Mechanic's Bank of Baltimore, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 12/22/1865-12/22/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 3230
Bank check, Baltimore, November 11, 1866, A.W. Bradford: $50.00 to A. W. Bradford Mechanic's Bank, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 1/11/1866-1/11/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3231
Bank check, Baltimore, May 4, 1866, A. W. Bradford: $500.00 to Miss E. Kell, National Bank of Baltimore, 5/4/1866-5/4/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3232
Bank check, Baltimore, May 14, 1866, A. W. Bradford: $25.00 to A. W. Bradford, Mechanic's Bank, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 5/14/1866-5/14/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3233
Bank check, Baltimore, May 24, 1866, A. W. Bradford: $1875.00 to William Fisher and Sons, National Mechanic's Bank of Baltimore, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 5/24/1866-5/24/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3234
Bank check, Baltimore, January 31, 1866, A. W. Bradford: $85.00 to M. A. Kell, National Mechanic's Bank of Baltimore, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 1/31/1866-1/31/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3235
Bank check, Baltimore, January 30, 1866, A.W. Bradford: $50.00 to A.W. Bradford, National Mechanic's Bank of Baltimore, lost December 10, 1980, missing/cards pulled August 29, 1990, 1/30/1866-1/30/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3236
Captain George Debux to Robert Symons, autograph letter signed: April 1, 1890, regarding terms of loan and reply from Captain Baddely, 4/1/1890-4/1/1890 series 4box 1folder 1item 3244
H. Humphreys and T. Tilghman, autograph letter signed, May 20, 1877 to J. J. Morris regarding lumber, 5/20/1877-5/20/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 3248
William Williams, Frederick County, Bill of Sale, autograph document signed, March 22, 1764: William Williams sold one Negro girl, Peg, to John Hoofman for 70 pounds; verso, receipts and witnesses [Frederick County], 3/22/1764-3/22/1764 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3249
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, June 10, 1764: William Beall, farmer, received 67 pounds from William Beard for a Negro Mamso Sell, lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 6/10/1764-6/10/1764 series 4box 1folder 1item 3250
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 4, 1765, Joseph Harrison: Sale of two Negro women to Jeremiah Prather [Frederick County], 5/4/1765-5/4/1765 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3251
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, July 3, 1765, John Davis: Sale of a Negro woman to William Scott for 60 pounds [Frederick County], 7/3/1765-7/3/1765 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3252
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 15, 1766: William Beatty sale of a Negro woman to William Kimbole for 65 pounds [Frederick County], 3/15/1766-3/15/1766 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3254
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, December 22, 1766: Kesiah Pritchett sale of a Negro man to James Higgins for 75 pounds [Frederick County], 12/22/1766-12/22/1766 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3255
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Culpeper, Virginia, June 5, 1767: Arjalon Price received 65 pounds for a Negro man from Benjamin Erstburn, 6/5/1767-6/5/1767 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3256
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Philadelphia, July 26, 1768: Thomas Smith and John Cox received 60 pounds for a Negro boy from Jacob Hess, 7/26/1768-7/26/1768 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3257
Appraisal, note signed, Frederick County, February 24, 1789: Richard Davis, Thomas Chisholm, Benjamin Jacob, Sarah Harding, appraisals of two Nego women, lost April 9, 2002 [Frederick County], 2/24/1789-2/24/1789 series 4box 1folder 1item 3258
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 24, 1769: Samuel Hughes received 142 pounds for the sale of two Negroes to James Walling, Jr. [Frederick County], 3/24/1769-3/24/1796 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3259
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, February 6, 1770: John Edwards received 35 pounds for the sale of a Negro woman to Samuel Hardesty and William Thomas [Frederick County], 2/6/1770-2/6/1770 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3260
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 15, 1776: Orlando Griffith received 88 pounds, 6 shillings, 3 pence for the sale of a Negro to Charles Grontz Griffith [Frederick County], 3/15/1776-3/15/1776 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3261
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, August 29, 1774, Thomas Summers: Sale of one Negro man, cattle, and other goods and chattels to Benjamin Summers for 90 pounds [Frederick County], 8/29/1774-8/29/1774 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3262
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, Aneas Campbell: Sale of a Negro woman to Gilbert Hickman for 75 pounds [Frederick County], 9/6/1775-9/6/1775 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3264
Bil of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, January 27, 1775, Samuel Warner: Sale of two Negroes to Samuel Warner, Jr., for 100 pounds, 1/27/1775-1/27/1775 series 4box 1folder 1item 3265
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, August 21, 1787,Lilburn Williams: Sale of two Negroes to Walter Chandler for 75 pounds [Frederick County], 8/21/1787-8/21/1787 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3266
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 23, 1774, Benjamin Dorsey, farmer: Sale of 8 Negroes to John Hall for 360 pounds [Frederick County], 5/23/1774-5/23/1774 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3267
Receipt, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 12, 1789, Lilburn Williams: 189 pounds for 5 Negroes from William Osborn, 5/12/1789-5/12/1789 series 4box 1folder 1item 3268
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, April 7, 1788, Adam Isiminger: Sale of 3 Negroes to Benjamin Beckwith for 5 shillings [Frederick County], 4/7/1788-4/7/1788 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3269
Bill of sale, Frederick County, August 16, 1786: Abraham Shekell sale of a Negro to Nicholas Ray in satisfaction of 100 pounds debt to Ray [Frederick County], 8/16/1786-8/16/1786 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3271
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, October 11, 1790, Mary and William Cary: Sale of two mulatto slaves to Abraham Faw for 129 pounds [Frederick County], 10/11/1790-10/11/1790 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3272
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, November 17, 1795, Charles Hobbs: Sale of a mulatto slave to Ann Ogle for 47 pounds, 10 shillings, lost 3/4/1998, cards pulled, 11/17/1795-11/17/1795 series 4box 1folder 1item 3275
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 10, 1791: Joseph Sim sale of 11 slaves to Philip Richard Fendall in satisfaction of 238 pounds, 4 shillings, 3 pence debt [Frederick County], 5/10/1791-5/10/1791 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3277
Autograph letter signed, Elmira, New York, May 21, [1842], William Vial: To J. Weaver concerning wheat delivery and transactions, 5/21/1842-5/21/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3323
Autograph letter signed, Port Deposit, January 1, 1842, A. Daily: T. V. Case concerning prices of lumber, 6/1/1842-6/1/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3324
Autograph letter signed, Norfolk, Virginia, June 7, 1842, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case, details on a trip to sell lumber, 6/7/1842-6/7/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3325
Autograph letter signed, Port Deposit, June 19, 1842, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case concerning lumber sales; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 6/19/1842-6/19/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3326
Autograph letter signed, Port Deposit, June 19, 1891, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case, details on lumber sales; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 6/19/1891-6/19/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 3327
Autograph letter signed, Port Deposit, June 26, 1842, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case, details on lumber sales; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 6/26/1842-6/26/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3328
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, May 19, 1842, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case concerning the lumber market; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 12/10/1980-12/10/1980 series 4box 1folder 1item 3329
Autograph letter signed, Lawrenceville, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case concerning lumber sales, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3330
Autograph letter signed, Elkland, 1842, Joseph Weaver: To Victor Case concerning lumber sales, 1/1/1842-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3331
Receipt, Prince Georges County, January 6, 1910, J. Alfred Ridgely, Justice of the Peace, $2 to Charles Brown for one fox tail; lost December 10, 1980,, 1/6/1910-1/6/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3341
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges county, no date, J. Alfred Ridgely, justice of the peace, to Samuel E. Sweeney for one fox tail; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled August 30, 1990, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3342
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 16, 1910, J. Alfred Ridgely, justice of the peace: $2 to Robert Brown form one fox tail; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled 2/28, 2/16/1910-2/16/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3343
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges county, February 24, 1909, William H. Squires, Justice of the Peace: Morris Proctor receives $2 for a fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 2/24/1909-2/24/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3345
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, January 29, 1910, Edgar W. Grimer, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Herbert King for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 1/29/1910-1/29/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3346
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, January 17, 1910, J. Alfred Ridgely, Justice of the Peace: $2 to A. B. Smith for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled 2/28, 1/17/1910-1/17/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3347
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, April 30, 1909, J. Alfred Ridgely, Justice of the Peace: $2 to William L. Kidwell for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 4/30/1909-4/30/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3348
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, June 15, 1909, J. Alfred Ridgely, Justice of the Peace: $6 to William Parker for 3 fox brushes; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 6/15/1909-6/15/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3349
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 20, 1909, C. Pumphrey, Justice of the Peace: $2 for one fox brush to Everett Pumphrey; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 2/20/1909-2/20/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3350
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 26, 1910, Millard Thorne, Justice of the Peace: $2 ro Richard B. Edelen for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 2/26/1910-2/26/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3351
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, July 7, 1909, J. L. Warring, Justice of the Peace: $4 to W. H. Parker for 2 fox tails; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 7/7/1909-7/7/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3352
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, September 25, 1909, John L. Waring, Justice of the Peace: $4 for two fox brushes to Z. Gaddaro; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 9/25/1909-9/25/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3353
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, January 15, 1910, Millard Thorne, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Eugene Thorne for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 1/15/1910-1/15/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3354
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 14, 1910, Joseph W. Rawlings, Justice of the Peace: $10 to Frank Devaughne for 5 fox tails [Prince George's County], 2/14/1910-2/14/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3356
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, January 14, 1910, Columbus Pumphrey, Justice of the Peace: $4 to William Parker for 2 fox brushes, lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 1/14/1910-1/14/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3357
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 19, 1910, Millard Thorne, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Howard Gates for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 2/19/1910-2/19/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3358
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 10, 1910, William B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $6 to T. G. Barry for 3 fox brushes; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 2/10/1910-2/10/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3359
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 19, 1910, W.B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to George Rennoe for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 2/19/1910-2/19/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3360
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, February 3, 1910, W. B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to John Chase for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 2/3/1910-2/3/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3361
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, October 22, 1909, W. B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $7.20 to John T. Cook for 3 fox brushes and 4 hawk heads; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 10/22/1909-10/22/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3362
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, November 6, 1909, William B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Henry Zander for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 11/6/1909-11/6/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3363
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, May 26, 1909, William B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Henry Zander for one fox brush; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 5/26/1909-5/26/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3364
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, November 22, 1909, William B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Fred Zander for one fox tail; lost December 10, 1980, 11/22/1909-11/22/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3365
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, December 24, 1909, William B. Morgan, Justice of the Peace: $2 to Fred Zander for one fox tail; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3366
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, January 26, 1909, Joseph W. Rawlings, Justice of the Peace: $1.20 to Irving Sweeney for 4 hawk heads; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 1/26/1909-1/26/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3367
Receipt, autograph document signed, Prince Georges, August 3, 1909, Elmer Behrend, Justice of the Peace: $1.50 to R. R. Brown for 5 hawk heads; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 8/3/1909-8/3/1909 series 4box 1folder 1item 3368
Bill of expenses, Baltimore, July 1815, John Gadsby: Mr. Woolf owes $13.29 for lodging and expenses at the Indian Queen Tavern; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 7/1/1815-7/31/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 3371
Bill of expenses, Baltimore, July 1815, Joh Gadsby: Mr. Smith owes $9.96 for lodging and expenses at the Indian Queen Tavern; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 7/1/1815-7/1/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 3372
Bill of expenses, Baltimore, May and July 1815, John Gadsby: Mr. Browner owes $9.44 for lodging and expenses at the Indian Queen Tavern; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled August 30, 1990, 5/1/1815-7/31/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 3373
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore City, November 2, 1852, John W. Brun & Son to Captain William Kirby, orders for cargo loading and shipping, 11/2/1852-11/2/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 3382
Ledger, incomplete, Sharpsburg, Washington County, anonymous, 1866-1881; payments made for wages and farm produce; missing August 1990 [Washington County], 1/1/1866-12/31/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 3408
Autograph letter signed, Norfolk, Virgina, May 26, 1862: Richard Walke of Seaboard and R. R. Road Company to Walter Ball of Baltimore Steam Packet Company, business of shipping and chartering a boat, the Lelden; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 5/26/1862-5/26/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 3411
Autograph letter signed, Norfolk, Virginia, May 30, 1862, Richard Walker: To Walter Ball, synopsis of a contract between the Confederate States and S & R Railroad Company, chartering the William Lelden (of the B.S.P. Company); lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1980, 5/30/1862-5/30/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 3412
Autograph letter signed, Norfolk, Virginia, September 3, 1862, Richard Walke, to Walker Ball, requesting him to credit the S and R.R. Road company with $450; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 9/3/1862-9/3/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 3417
Autograph letter signed, Philadelphia, December 4, 1861, M. Robinson to T. Kelsolcy, business matters; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 12/4/1861-12/4/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 3418
Document signed, Ft. Monroe, Virginia, April 5, 1893, Colonel Pete G. Harris: Government request #164 for transportation for P. G. Harris on the Old Bay Lines to Baltimore; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 4/5/1893-4/5/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 3419
Document signed, Baltimore, August 26, 1871, Samuel W. McDonald: Transfer of 10 shares of Baltimore Steam Packet Company; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 8/26/1871-8/26/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 3422
Statement, document signed, New York, May 8, 1906, E. E. Palen, auditor: A statement of debit to J. H. Surratt auditor of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company from the Old Dominion Steamship Company; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 5/8/1906-5/8/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 3423
Autograph letter signed, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1865, Colonel George D. Wise to M.N. Falls, President of B.S.P. Company, description of a contract between the government and the B. S. P. Company; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 5/16/1865-5/16/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 3424
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, August 28, 1866, W. Ball to John W. Robinson, legal matters of having several bills of sale's notarized; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 8/28/1866-8/28/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3425
Autograph letter signed, Norfolk, Virginia, November 19, 1891, William Lamb, to John M. Robinson, discussion of dock priviledges and closing of a business agreement; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 11/19/1891-11/19/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 3426
Typed letter signed, Baltimore, September 24, 1901, William G. Fitzgerald, the Baltimore Dry Dock company notified the B. S. D. Company of its intentions to build a steam ship; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 9/24/1901-9/24/1901 series 4box 1folder 1item 3427
Document signed, London, January 30, 1953, A. X. Appleyard, manager, the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, is insured for $250,000 by Lloyd's of London; lost December 10, 1980, cards pulled August 30, 1980, 1/30/1953-1/30/1953 series 4box 1folder 1item 3428
Document signed, London, January 30, 1953, Russel Judy, Manager, Section, The Baltimore Steam Packet Company is insured for $20,000 by the First of London Underwriters, 1/30/1953-1/30/1953 series 4box 1folder 1item 3429
Document signed, Philadelphia, November 26, 1952, Cynes L. Balckson, Secretary, Gillen Mather, President, the B.S.P. is insured for $1,200 by Transportation Mutual Insurance Company; lost, cards pulled August 30, 1990, 11/26/1952-11/26/1952 series 4box 1folder 1item 3430
Document signed, Baltimore, February 7, 188, Lorenzo B. Gough, clerk, request for the Old Bay Line Steamers Company to provide passage for Samuel W. Baughman to Hampton, Virginia; missing May 1985, 2/7/1898-2/7/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 3431
Document signed, Baltimore, February 7, 1892, Lorenzo B. Gough, clerk, request for Old Bay Line Steamers to provide passage for Benjamin F. Bell to Hampton, Virginia; missing May 1985, 2/7/1892-2/7/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 3432
Document signed, Baltimore, March 25, 1898, Lorenzo B. Gough, clerk, request for Old Bay Lines Steamers to provide passage for Lydia V. Fraser to Wilmington, North Carolina; missing May 1985, 3/25/1898-3/25/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 3433
Document signed, London, May 29, 1953, A.X. Appleton, The B.S.P. company is insured for $3 million by Lloyds of London ( Oversize), 5/29/1953-5/29/1953 series 4box 1folder 1item 3437
Account sheet, Baltimore, December 3, 1890: Columbian Iron Works and Dry Dock Company, costs of materials and labor put into the engine of the "Virginia" [Baltimore City], 12/3/1890-12/3/1890 series 4box 1folder 1item 3438
Account sheet, autographed document, Baltimore, December 2, 1890: Columbian Iron Works and Dry Dock Company costs of materials and labor put in to the hull of the "Virginia" [Baltimore City[, 12/2/1890-12/2/1890 series 4box 1folder 1item 3439
Agreement, autograph document signed, Baltimore, July 12, 1872: William Gabone, President, Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad Company and John M. Robinson, President, B.S.P. Company; the two companies are agreeing to form a joint transportation line [Baltimore City], 7/12/1872-7/12/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 3440
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, August 25, T. J. Duil and Company notifying McCready that a larger lot of wheat will sell better than a small lot [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3446
Lucy Hodson, autograph document, no date, account list, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3448
Somerset County, February 8, 1843, Isaac Kennedy to take Charles Walker, owes $8.59 to Joseph Battan [Somerset County], 2/8/1843-2/8/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 3449
Autograph document signed, Somerset County, July 18, 1845, John Badley, Justice of the Peace: Charles Walker owes $6.87 1/2 to John W. Doonell [Somerset County], 7/18/1845-7/18/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 3450
Autograph letter signed, East New Market, January 20, 1852, R. H. Gambrick to Mr. Neal concerning claims [Dorchester County], 1/20/1852-1/20/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 3453
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Princess Anne, December 27, 1859, J. W. Phillips: Revile Hagman will pay $315.82 to James U. Dermis, receipt, July 30, 1860; verso, receipts and sales, 12/27/1859-12/27/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 3455
Promissory note, autograph document signed, [Somerset] no date, Sydney S. James $5.50 to J. W. Phillips on deman, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3468
Promissory note, autograph document signed, [Somerset], no date, Robert W. Dougherty: On demand $57.05 to Sheriff J. W. Phillips, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3470
List, autograph document signed, Dorchester County, March 6, 1858, Jonathan A. McCready received from Richard C. Hollar a list of accounts transferred from Hoosser C. Hicks to William T. Byrn [Dorchester County], 3/6/1858-3/6/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 3474
Promissory note, autograph document signed, [Dorchester], March 17, 1859, William Dutton and Henry Buck $11.67 to Levin Parker [Dorchester County], 3/17/1859-3/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 3477
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Dorchester, June 4, 1863, William Hurley $25 or return of a steer to Joseph W. Langrall; also, statement, autograph document signed, November 7, 1863, J.A. McCready, Justice of the Peace, Joseph Langrall has not received any of the amount due to him [Dorchester County], 6/4/1863-6/4/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 3495
Statement, autograph document signed, Salisbury, May 2, 1868, J. A. Parsons: The property of Annie Byrd is ases at a value of $231.50 , Wicomico County [Wicomico County], 5/2/1868-5/2/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 3501
Statement, autograph document signed, February 4, 1868, James Higgins and Josian Webb: William Treker is to pay $49.58 to John H. Treker, 2/4/1868-2/4/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 3505
Autograph letter signed, Vienna, June 4, 1868, R. W. Price to Mr. Harrington requesting to know if he will accept an order from a claim transferred from James Webb to Josiah Hurley; also, autograph letter signed, June 9, 1868, B. H. Harrington's reply that he will not accept responsibility, 6/4/1868-6/9/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 3506
Warrant, autograph document signed, Dorchester, March 20, 1869, J. A. McCready, Justice of the Peace: Constable Samuel J. Keys is to take the amount due to Major B. Marshall from the properties of Cain Hurley [Dorchester County], 3/20/1869-3/20/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 3510
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, May 19, 1973, Jonathan A. McCready to his son James A. McCready: Instructions on who to contact in need and the best means of shipping fire wood [Baltimore City], 5/19/1873-5/19/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 3512
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, November 18, 1877, J. A. McCready to his son [James A. McCready]: Shipping and business news [Baltimore City], 11/18/1877-11/18/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 3518
Autograph letter signed, Salisbury, April 4, 1876, H. Humpreys to James Byrd billing for timber but not wood stains [Wicomico County], 4/4/1876-4/4/1876 series 4box 1folder 1item 3522
Receipt, autograph document signed, Baltimore, May 31, 1880, Isaac D. Jones: $150 from W. J. Leonard for court fees [Baltimore City], 5/31/1880-5/31/1880 series 4box 1folder 1item 3525
Receipt, autograph document signed, December 23, 1881, Sophia Melson: $12 from Henrietta Byrd, 12/23/1881-12/23/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 3526
Bill, autograph document, Salisbury, November 21, 1883, Brickhead, Laws and Carey: List of items purchased by Mrs. J. J. Morris [Wicomico County], 11/21/1883-11/21/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 3527
Autograph letter signed, Bridgeville, August 13, 1883, William Gray to William T. Jones: News of the wheat market and poor corn crop because of a drought [Caroline County], 8/13/1883-8/13/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 3528
Receipt, autograph document signed, Salisbury, July 9, 1886, Amelia P. Waller: $60 from Annie T. Morris and Henrietta Byrd [Wicomico County], 7/9/1886-7/9/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 3529
Bill, autograph document, February 12, 1867: Henrietta Byrd owes The Wicomico and Pocomoke Rail Road Company $35.91 for a land survey [Wicomico County] [Worcester County], 2/12/1867-2/12/1867 series 4box 1folder 1item 3530
Receipt, autograph document signed, September 23, 1863, Thomas J. Williams: $27.42 from Joshua W. Phillips for county and state taxes and $3.40 for a daughter's county and state taxes, 9/23/1863-9/23/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 3531
Statement, autograph document signed, Dorchester, April 15, 1866, Cain Hurley, Phamy Hurley owes $92.11 to Levin M. Lewis [Dorchester County], 4/15/1886-4/15/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 3540
Account sheet, autograph document, Salisbury, January 1, 1886: A list of clothing, fabric, and other goods purchased by Mrs. J. J. Morris from Brickhead Laws and Carey, Wholesale and retain dealers [Wicomico County], 1/1/1886-1/1/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 3578
Account sheet, autograph document, December 18, 1866: An account of items purchased by Ephraim Halloway at RAS Trader Sale, 12/18/1866-12/18/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3579
Document, autograph document, Dorchester, no date, anonymous: List of sales of merchandise from Lucy Hodsons [Dorchester County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3581
Account, autographed document, 1860, John B. Fowler: List of persons owing money, 1/1/1860-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 3598
List, autograph document signed, Somerset, 1857, 1858, J. S. Phillips, Sheriff: List of names and fees to be payed to James V. Dennis [Somerset County], 1/1/1857-12/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 3599
Statement, autograph document signed, Dorchester, March 3, 1862, J. A. McCready: Cain Hurley owes $21.81 plus interest to F. B. Clifton [Dorchester County], 3/3/1862-3/3/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 3600
Ledger, Baltimore, February 1865-August 1866, George E. Thompson: Account of sales of produce, butter, lard, cheese, apples. . . [Baltimore City], 2/1/1865-8/31/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 3602
Advertisement, after 1855, Silverwood and Sons, coal and kindling wood yard advertises a large yard, facilities and quality coal, green-tinted picture [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3619
Account book, Baltimore, November 1877-May 31, 1878, Charles Reese and Son Family Grocers, Governor Augusts W. Bradford's grocery account book [Baltimore City], 11/1/1877-5/31/1878 series 4box 1folder 1item 3621
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, July 11, 1786, Stewart Plunket to merchant Stewart J. Nespitt in Philadelphia, discussion of cargo of tobacco and for the Brigantine Greyhound, 7/11/1786-7/11/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 3628
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, November 26, 1786, Stewart Plunket to Stewart J. [Nespitt], concerns payment for the Brigantine Greyhound, 11/26/1786-11/26/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 3629
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, April 28, 1791, Stewart Plunket to Stewart J. [Nespitt], recommendation of the establishment of Elliot and Purriance in Norfolk, 4/28/1791-4/28/1791 series 4box 1folder 1item 3630
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, November 21, 1793, Stewart Plunket, to Walter Stewart, recommendation of Dr. Cummings who is establishing himself in Philadelphia, 11/21/1793-11/21/1793 series 4box 1folder 1item 3631
Receipt, autograph document signed, Somerset, October 23, 1863, W. P. Thompson, receipt for a Negro, Levin Woolford, the property of William Woolford [Somerset County], 10/23/1863-10/23/1863 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3632
Document, document signed, Baltimore, January 22, 1870, John Gill, notary public, Charles A. Aluette has not paid the amount of a promissory note endorsed by Peter Smiley [Baltimore City], 1/22/1870-1/22/1870 series 4box 1folder 1item 3635
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, August 4, 1786, Stewart J. Plunket to Stewart J. Nesbitt concerning the cargo of the Brigantine Greyhound, 8/4/1786-8/4/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 3637
List, autograph document, Baltimore, May 1842, William S. Ball to Thomas Kell, list of fees collected from April 1840-May 1842 [Baltimore County], 5/1/1840-5/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 3639
Autograph letter signed, Rock Creek, Maryland, August 10, 1759, Andrew Heughs: Description of the business affairs of Charles Coats to John Clark [Montgomery County], 8/10/1759-8/10/1759 series 4box 1folder 1item 3644
Promissory note, autograph document signed, Baltimore, December 9, 1873, William H. Keener, $5,000 to Martin Hussey [Baltimore County], 12/9/1873-12/9/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 3646
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Baltimore, January 30, 1839, William H. Freeman: Sale of two horses, a carriage, and a wagon to Thomas Kell for $1000 [Baltimore County], 1/30/1839-1/30/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 3658
Autograph letter signed, Rock Creek, Maryland, [1753] Andrew Heughs: To John Clark, concerning financial situations of Mr. Coats [Montgomery County], 9/1/1753-9/30/1753 series 4box 1folder 1item 3659
Bill of sale, document signed, June 5, 1843, Hinson Williams: Sale of the vessel the William of Wicomico to John Dowell for $300 ( Oversize), 6/5/1843-6/5/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 3660
Bill of sale, Frederick Town, August 8, 1785, John Peltz, sale of a mulatto slave to Richard Potts for 80 pounds [Frederick County], 8/8/1785-8/8/1785 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3666
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, March 21, 1752, Thomas Stoddert: Sale of a Negro slave to William Williams for 37.5 shillings and 9 pounds [Frederick County], 3/21/1752-3/21/1752 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3667
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, October 13, 1797, John Shields: Sale of Negro slave to William Shields for $100 [Frederick County], 10/30/1797-10/30/1797 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3668
Note, autograph document signed, Anne Arundel, August 6, 1805, Vashel Warfield to Isaac Dorsey: Notification that a certificate of ownership of a horse, signed by Lancelot Warfield, is being sent by way of Charles G. Warfield [Anne Arundel County], 8/6/1805-8/6/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 3673
Daybook, March 1846- March 1850, Doub and Miller, account book of sales of clothing, food, fabric, etc; also an alphabetical list of customers, 3/1/1846-3/31/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 3674
3 items. Three receipts from Norfolk for freight on the Baltimore Steam Packet Co. [Baltimore City], 9/4/1855-10/21/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 3686
Bill, autograph document signed. William Rob, deft. Attorney. Medical expense account from Dr. James Johnson to L. Johnson - care to family and negroes. (Folio ), 12/5/1811-1/3/1814 series 4box 1folder 1item 3700
Briscoe, Henry, S. J. Typed document signed. William Feige order to install plumbing and heating at cost of $1,183.00 in Laurel High School. [Prince George's County], 11/1/1910-11/1/1910 series 4box 1folder 1item 3710
Zntzinger, O. B. (real estate). Charles Stanley Co. Commission levied $650 to Hyattsville School. [Prince George's County]., 1/12/1911-1/12/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 3711
County Commision of Prince George's County. Autograph document signed William Feige. Payment of $1,183.00 for work at Laurel High School. [Prince George's County]., 2/15/1911-2/15/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 3712
Meyers and Berkson, Incorporated, Hagerstown, Maryland, stock certificate. [Washington County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3715
Hagerstown Homes Corporation. West Side Lumber and Door Co. Stock certificate of 10 shares [Washington County], 6/10/1920-6/10/1920 series 4box 1folder 1item 3716
16th National Foreign Trade Convention. Letter to fellow Baltimoreans announcing convention. [Baltimore City], 2/11/1929-2/11/1929 series 4box 1folder 1item 3721
Manson, Nehemiah, Autograph document signed. Arthur Jones, Master of Schooner Betsey, shipment to Philadelphia for Nehemiah Manson., 3/8/1800-3/8/1800 series 4box 1folder 1item 3734
Rutherford, Van. Promisory note to pay Davis and Coper 778 pounds, 8 shillings., 2/22/1799-2/22/1799 series 4box 1folder 1item 3736
McKim, Isaac. Manuscript instructions on the sail measurement of a vessel in Royal Yard (1775-1838)., [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3739
Fowler, F.M. Testimonial statement for claims on the Bank of Maryland., 1/1/1834-12/31/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 3741
Hildebrund, John. John Hildebrund, John Baer and Benjamin Lierton to pay George Schmertzel two hundred pounds. [Frederick County], 2/1/1809-2/28/1809 series 4box 1folder 1item 3742
Cutter, William. Invoice, Merchandise shipped by William Cutter on Brig Williams, 4/9/1801-4/9/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 3807
Wyer, William. Invoice, merchandise shipped by William Wyer and Nicholad Tracey on Schooner Regulation., 2/1/1801-2/28/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 3808
Wyer, William. Invoice, sundry merchandise shipped by William Wyer on Troop Elizabeth., 12/31/1800-12/31/1800 series 4box 1folder 1item 3809
Brown, Samuel. Invoice, merchandise shipped by Samuel Brown on Schooner Regulation., 10/15/1801-10/15/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 3810
Wyer, William. Invoice, merchandise shipped by William Wyer and Nicholas Tracey on Brig Peace., 10/12/1801-10/12/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 3811
Walters, G.W., Jr. cashier., Citizen's National Bank of Laurel To Charles Henry St. John Briscoe, a bell for repairs at Laurel High School. (Prince George's County), 2/3/1911-2/3/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 3812
[Toester?], Edward. To Eli Beaty, cashier. Re: debts [Washington County], 12/15/1843-12/15/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 3813
Chambers, Thomas. (Hagerstown, Washington County) To Eli Beaty of debts. [Washington County], 12/24/1838-12/24/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 3814
Leith, Alexander. Indenture promissory note to pay Isaac Hall 250 pounds current money. [Baltimore County], 6/9/1772-6/9/1772 series 4box 1folder 1item 3817
Lewis, Eli. Expense book B., 7/15/1833-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 3819
Lewis, Eli. Expense book C., 1/1/1838-1/1/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 3820
Lewis, Eli. Account book., 1/1/1838-1/1/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 3821
Hawkins and Shaw. (Shane, Maryland) Ledger book. [Howard County], 1/1/1889-12/31/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 3824
Hawkins and Shaw. (Shane, Maryland) Invoice of general merchandise. [Howard County], 1/1/1888-12/31/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 3825
J.A. Edmondson & Sons. Ledger book accounts. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1890-12/31/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 3826
Duvall, Nicholas. Promissory note for Margaret Lenthicum to pay the sum of $33.87 to Elizabeth Lee. [Anne Arundel County], 4/12/1837-4/12/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 3832
Jelly, William F., U.S. diplomat to Zanzibar. Certification that John Good, a shipwrecked sailor from the "Cecil" was sent back to the U.S., 7/28/1845-7/28/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 3840
Captains G.W. Barker and D.J. Hill. Settlement of damages resulting from a collision between the Schooner Bickmore and the Steamer Lousiana., 12/7/1872-12/7/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 3844
Hillen, Solomon (Jacmel, Saint-Domingue [Haiti], Mayor of Baltimore). Letter to John Hillen about bill paid by T. Fisher and H. Courtenay. [Baltimore City], 1/16/1798-1/16/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 3846
Marshall, R. (Upper Marlboro). To John Hillen, arranging for the sale of Marshall's tobacco. [Prince George's County], 1/3/1797-1/3/1797 series 4box 1folder 1item 3847
Masters, Nathan. Bill of Sale, sale of Negro man, Fortune to William F. Masters for $400. [Prince George's County], 2/7/1834-2/7/1834 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3856
Baker, Frederick. Bill of sale, sale of Negro Anne Marbury to Catherine Marbury to be freed at age 31 [Frederick County], 8/19/1833-8/19/1833 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3857
Reily, John H. Bill of sale, sale of Noah owned by Thomas O. Hodson, to Raphael Semmes and Alexander Shepherd. (District of Columbia), 1/24/1832-1/24/1832 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3858
Pope, James M. Bill of sale, sale of two Negro boys to Lewis Walker. [Montgomery County], 4/10/1835-4/10/1835 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3859
Ellicott, B.H. attorney. Letterbook, includes information about the firm of Jonathan Ellicott & Sons and the Ellicott family. (Baltimore City), 3/22/1839-7/21/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 3869
Ellicott, I.V.B.H., attorney. Bill to Dr. William Partridge for tools and a horse wagon. (Baltimore City), 3/14/1845-3/14/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 3870
Partridge, Dr. William. Account with B.H. Ellicott, including bills and interest. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1841-1/1/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 3871
Daniels, W. (Smyrna, [Georgia?]) To Zacharias McD. Roberts about money which Robert owes him., 12/31/1852-12/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 3881
Williams, T.P., writer. To L.D. Dickson, requesting the return of the schooner John Bowlett. (Baltimore City), 7/21/1840-7/21/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 3884
A) E. Pratt & Brother To Lazell, Perkins & Co., ordering nail machines. B)Lazell, Perkins & Co. (Bridgewater, Massachusetts) To E. Pratt & Brother, replying. (Baltimore City), 10/24/1848-10/31/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 3885
Brooke, Thomas A. Bill of sale, sale of Negro man named Nace to Francis Newman. [Montgomery County], 3/19/1812-3/19/1812 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3886
Mitchell, Spencer. Bill of sale, sale of Negro man named Hansen to Robert Beal. [Prince George's County], 12/26/1836-12/26/1836 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3887
Townshend, Leonard. Bill of sale, sale of three Negro men to Zadock Robinson with receipt. [Prince George's County], 8/8/1815-8/8/1815 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3888
A) Hollingshead, James. Bill of sale, sale of Negro boy Isaac. B) Hughes, John. Authorized sale of Isaac. (Calvert County), 10/19/1811-11/29/1811 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3889
Marain, Matthew, merchant. Account book, includes a list of debt cases, work records for ship yard employees, and earning and expenses of his schooner Advance. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1833-12/31/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 3902
Potts, John Lee. To Mary A. Carroll, arranging to pay a debt he owed her late husband. (Baltimore City), 2/18/1820-2/18/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 3903
Packard, Joseph, Jr., attorney. To Charles D. Stewart, arranging to rent an additional room in Stewart's house. (Baltimore City), 2/13/1871-2/13/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 3904
Fulford and Miller, shipping agents. Cash book, includes detailed debit and credit accounts. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1844-12/31/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 3905
Cook, John. Bill and receipt of payment for 12 cellar steps from Cook to Mr. Edmonson. [Baltimore County], 9/8/1817-9/8/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 3952
Constable, Charles. Bill and receipt of payment for joists, from Charles Constable to Thomas Edmunston. [Baltimore County], 9/28/1816-9/28/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 3953
Brown, Alex. Bill and receipt of payment for 54 pieces of Irish linen from Alex Broun to Thomas and Isaac Edmiston. [Baltimore County], 5/11/1805-5/11/1805 series 4box 1folder 1item 3954
Stewart, William. Invoice, from William Owens to William Stewart for three hogsheads of tobacco. [Anne Arundel County], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 3955
Mash, Isaac. To Mr. Edmen[so]n, requesting that he give Joseph Clark $20 on Mash's account. [Baltimore City], 10/27/1816-10/27/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 3956
Kephert, George. Bill of sale, sale of Amelia Dorsey, owned by Benjamin Stewart, to Lawson Littleton for fourteen years. [Frederick County], 2/23/1852-2/23/1852 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3957
Hardy, Thomas. Bill of sale, sale of the slave John to Edward O. Castell for $400. [Prince George's County], 5/3/1851-5/3/1851 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3958
Elliott, S.A. Elliot has purchased the Negro girl, Martha from Balaam Birch. She is to be freed when she is thirty. [District of Columbia], 9/4/1848-9/4/1848 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3959
Lolson, William. Bill of sale, sale of the Negro girl, Kitty to Edward Robey for $660. [Prince George's County], 10/3/1853-10/3/1853 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3960
Eversfield, Edward. Bill of sale, sale of the Negro slaves Ned and his wife Nancy to the colored freeman Edward Bowir for $100. [Prince George's County], 1/1/1852-12/31/1852 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3961
Penn, Hanson. Bill of sale, sale of the Negro woman Emily and her four children to William H. and John L.B. Dorsey. [Prince George's County], 4/1/1854-4/1/1854 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 3962
Bill for taxes due Governor A.W. Bradford on Bolton St. lot from E. Worthington. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4104
Draft by Samuel W. Bradford at Commercial & Savings Bank, Bel Air [Harford County] [Baltimore City], 3/4/1922-3/4/1922 series 4box 1folder 1item 4105
Receipt of Augustus W. Bradford for $225 paid to J.B. Stewart for 3-year old mule. [Baltimore City], 3/31/1871-3/31/1871 series 4box 1folder 1item 4106
Receipt from William Fisher and Sons, stock and bill brokers, for gold sold for account of A.W. Bradford. [Baltimore City], 5/19/1866-5/19/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4107
Receipt for payment given George Keatings by Augustus W. Bradford for advertisement in newspaper. [Baltimore City], 2/1/1872-2/29/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 4108
From Robert Garrett to Samuel W. Bradford regarding purchase of property. [Baltimore City], 6/6/1881-6/6/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 4109
Receipt for $75 paid by Augustus W. Bradford to S.G.W. Teackle [Baltimore City], 1/1/1860-1/1/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4112
Receipt of payment made by A.W. Bradford to John C. Rawly [?] in amount of $41. [Baltimore City], 7/3/1861-10/7/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4113
Receipted bill for legal services provided by A.W. Bradford in the amount of $215. [Baltimore City], 8/27/1833-8/27/1833 series 4box 1folder 1item 4115
Receipted bill of Augustus W. Bradford. Signed by Sam Sands for printing services. [Baltimore City], 7/15/1846-7/15/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 4116
Annapolis, Receipted bill for 2 gallons of oysters, paid by Governor Augustus W. Bradford.[Anne Arundel County], 1/5/1866-1/5/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4117
Receipt for $30 paid by Augustus W. Bradford to S.S. Saskins [?]. [Baltimore County], 2/10/1849-2/10/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 4123
Receipt for $1.75 paid by Augustus W. Bradford to George Balbirine [?] for tailoring. [Baltimore Coutny], 6/23/1849-6/23/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 4124
Receipt for $4.25 paid by Governor Augustus W. Bradford to John Nee for plumbing services. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1868-12/31/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 4125
Deed for sale of store stock to defray debts. Sold by Benjamin and John Blagge to Nathan F. Williams. [Baltimore City] [Washington DC], 11/28/1818-12/5/1818 series 4box 1folder 1item 4147
Bill of sale for 2 slaves Milly and William Henry sold by Thomas Coe to Jonathan Harding. [Frederick County], 10/29/1831-10/29/1831 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4164
Account of Negroes sold by Sheriff George Creager and other related costs., 6/20/1809-6/20/1809 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4178
Accounting of expenses involved in sale of slave Gilbert Day by Sheriff George Creager. [Frederick County], 6/17/1805-6/17/1805 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4179
Accounting of monies drawn from Treasury for support of soldiers families. (Folio ), 10/18/1784-10/18/1784 series 4box 1folder 1item 4180
Bill of sale for several household items from Paul Corner of Frederick County to Jacob Simm. [Frederick County], 11/27/1775-11/27/1775 series 4box 1folder 1item 4187
Record of still capacity., 3/3/1791-12/31/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 4188
Voucher from State Treasury office to pay Jonathan Pinkey $1072.02 [Frederick County], 11/15/1825-11/15/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 4196
Account of Owen Dorsey of items sold to George Heide. [Baltimore County], 2/27/1801-2/27/1801 series 4box 1folder 1item 4198
Receipts for fox scalps from various hunters; have list of hunters. [27 items] [Prince George's County], 5/20/1910-3/6/1911 series 4box 1folder 1item 4207
Death certificates and bill for burial of Rhoda Dent and Annie Spencer (paupers). [Prince George's County], 3/24/1905-3/30/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 4210
Levy envelope for burying paupers for the year 1906. [Prince George's County], 1/1/1906-12/31/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4211
Record of undertakers and money spent for burying papers. [Prince George's County], 3/26/1906-3/26/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4215
Authorization for payment of burial fees to Arthur Snowden for burying George Black.[Prince George's County], 3/15/1905-3/15/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 4217
Authorization for payment of burial costs to Martin Flackbury for burying pauper; signed by Frank Carroll. [Prince George's County], 3/6/1906-3/6/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4218
Order and bill for one coffin ordered from William Milstead; signed by T.M. Baldwin.[Prince George's County], 3/14/1903-7/25/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 4219
Statement of monies owed Thomas E. Bean, undertaker, for burial of paupers of Prince George's County. [Prince George's County], 2/16/1906-2/16/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4220
Statement of monies owed Francis Goch, undertaker, for burial paupers for Prince George's County. [Prince George's County], 3/1/1906-3/1/1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 4221
Money owed to Morgan Coffin for burying pauper Augustus Magruder. Signed by J. Alfred Ridgely. [Prince George's County], 8/22/1905-8/22/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 4222
Money owed to Thomas Phipps for burying pauper Richard Brady. Signed by J. Alfred Ridgely. [Prince George's County], 4/2/1905-4/2/1905 series 4box 1folder 1item 4223
Check made out to William Hays for $38.33 from Nicholas S. Jones. [Baltimore City], 1/7/1834-1/7/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 4239
IOU from Andrew Hall to Sellman & Crook for @1561.10 [Baltimore City], 12/17/1837-12/17/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 4240
Receipt from G.D. Clark on account of Mr. Bowie in amount of $68.37. [Baltimore City], 12/8/1852-12/8/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 4241
IOU from Sam Stump to James C. Sellman, 3 copies [Baltimore City], 11/3/1840-11/3/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 4242
Promissory note from John Bond to Charles Pendergast for $100. [Baltimore City], 9/13/1842-9/13/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 4243
Promissory note from John L. Stansbury to Henry M. Creery for $108.86. [Baltimore City], 7/5/1842-7/5/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 4244
Receipt from Y.C. Wysham to I. Robert Israel for $95. [Baltimore City], 2/3/1858-2/3/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4245
Fragment of receipt signed by Henry R. Warfield. [Frederick County], 3/11/1839-3/11/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 4247
Receipt for subscription to Sunpapers for F.M. Daley. [Baltimore City], 11/29/1859-11/29/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 4248
Receipt for pick-up of runaway servants by Peter Hammell. Signed by George Gilpin. [Frederick County], 9/4/1786-9/4/1786 series 4box 1folder 1item 4252
From William A. Grove to Alex Niele, pres. of Hagerstown. Wants time to pay off a note. [Washington County], 11/28/1842-11/28/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 4257
Account book of Jacob Horn recording purchases for dry good business and real estate income. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1827-12/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4266
John Wheatly regarding payment of bills - tobacco trade. [Prince George's County], 4/18/1743-4/18/1743 series 4box 1folder 1item 4275
From William Molleson to John Hepburn regarding transportation and trading arrangements. [Prince George's County], 1/4/1766-1/4/1766 series 4box 1folder 1item 4276
From Thomas Claggett & Co. to Samuel Hepburn regarding continuation of business after death of Thomas Claggett. [Prince George's County], 2/20/1793-2/20/1793 series 4box 1folder 1item 4277
From William Molleson to John Hepburn regarding tobacco trade and exchange. [Prince George's County], 1/15/1766-1/15/1766 series 4box 1folder 1item 4278
From William and Robert Molleson to John Hepburn regarding tobacco trade. [Prince George's County], 9/12/1775-9/12/1775 series 4box 1folder 1item 4279
Letter and account book of Benjamin H. Ellicott. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1851-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4280
Copy of check in the amount of $20,000 paying principal on bond for Civil War ransom on the city of Frederick. [Frederick County], 9/29/1951-9/30/1951 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4296
Tax assessment on still operation levied against Baker Johnson by State of Maryland., 1/1/1796-12/31/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 4299
Invoice and letter written by Benjamin Harwood to an unknown recipient. [Annapolis], 9/26/1816-9/26/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 4300
Accounting for purchases (sugar and cart wheels) of J. Lee and Mr. Horsey from Mr. Horsey from frederic Guessey., 1/17/1835-2/11/1835 series 4box 1folder 1item 4306
Itemized bill for materials and labor for construction of a house, from John Peter to Peter Klein., 6/16/1790-6/16/1790 series 4box 1folder 1item 4310
Sight draft for $600 signed by John Schley payable to Jonathan Pinkney, received by Thomas Shaw. [Annapolis], 11/7/1825-11/7/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 4313
Bank draft made out to Jonathan Pinkney of Annapolis. [Annapolis], 4/14/1823-4/14/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 4323
Exerpt from ledger page of James Lamb, tax collector for 1st District of Kent County. [Kent County], 1/1/1863-12/31/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 4330
Account book of Andrew McKinney's private school. Bound volume. [Baltimore City], 11/4/1861-6/29/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4332
Bill of sale. Solomon Boone selling wheat crop to John Wolfe. Attested to by Joseph Taney. [Frederick County], 6/13/1831-6/13/1831 series 4box 1folder 1item 4341
Advertising brochure for the Maryland Motor Car marketed by the Sinclair Scott Co. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4343
Shipping certificates for 900 barrels of flour needed in Massachusetts, to be delivered by John Mussey. Signed by James Sullivan. (Baltimore City), 5/28/1808-5/28/1808 series 4box 1folder 1item 4361
Receipt for Joshua W. Phillips for $10 received in back pay for county officers. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but cannot verify], 8/8/1848-8/8/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 4379
IOU from Henry Bremington to John and Joseph Booth. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but cannot verify], 4/7/1858-6/7/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4380
Receipt to Joshua W. Phillips, deputy sherriff and collector, for holding county officers fees for 1846-1848. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but unable to verify], 11/26/1850-11/26/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 4381
Record of money given to John Fitzgerald for court costs. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but unable to verify], 4/1/1858-10/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4382
Warrant for the arrest of Glas-go and Beck Johnson for burglaryof Jacob P. Hurley. (Dorchester County), 9/10/1863-9/10/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 4383
Receipt for $20 from Joshua Phillips deputy sheriff for back pay for county jury and officers. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but unable to verify], 7/27/1847-7/27/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 4387
Bill of lading for guano to be shipped for Baltimore to Richmond by John H. Reese & Co on the E.S. Johnson (Baltimore City.), 5/13/1884-5/13/1884 series 4box 1folder 1item 4389
Receipt for monies paid by Thomas Sudler for county levy and purchase of convict Willy Dorsey, paid to William Twilley. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but unable to verify], 10/15/1861-10/15/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4390
Page from a ledger recording expenses of Somerset County for year 1858. (Somerset County), 4/13/1858-6/19/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4391
Bill for food and lodging to Mr. Wilmore Phillips from R. Hagman., 7/14/1839-12/31/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 4392
IOU from Joshua Phillips to William Wood for the hire of Negro woman Peggy. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but unable to verify], 1/1/1856-12/31/1856 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4398
Promissory note to G. Ober Sons Co. from T.R. Jones & Bros. (Wicomico County), 10/7/1904-10/7/1904 series 4box 1folder 1item 4400
Report concerning estate of heirs of Elijah K. Hurley. (Dorchester County), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4401
To Mrs. Eleanor Connelly from Merchants Protective Credit and Collection Bureau regarding claims suit. (Baltimore City), 2/22/1899-2/22/1899 series 4box 1folder 1item 4407
Receipt of purchase from Samson Cariss' hardware store by Bradford Bihof. (Baltimore City), 1/11/1849-1/11/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 4412
Bill from hat, glove, and fur factory to P. Isiah Knodle. On back is diary entry or letter. (Washington County), 9/1/1871-2/22/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 4413
Ledger sheets. Bank of Maryland shares purchased. Bank of Maryland chartered in 1799, failed in 1834., 9/7/1821-3/7/1822 series 4box 1folder 1item 4418
Voucher for $30 to be paid to Daisy V. Shoney from her brother, J. Edward Shoney - Imperial Cigar Company. [location originally given as Baltimore, but unable to verify], 8/19/1899-8/19/1899 series 4box 1folder 1item 4423
Account of Mr. Ellison with Runkle's Mill & Elevator Company for gain. (Frederick County), 11/22/1897-11/22/1897 series 4box 1folder 1item 4424
Receipt for "cleaning sink of house" of Mrs. Mary McGraw, paid to Philip B. Farley. (Baltimore City), 6/6/1881-6/6/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 4425
Blank bill from Dr. Charles T. Simpers and list of fees. (Cecil County), [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4435
Request for 1 year subscription to Harper's Monthly magazine from David A. Smith to Dr. Sanderson. (Frederick County), 6/16/1857-6/16/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 4440
Receipt of payment of goods for Lorre Rutherford to E.V.F. Hammond. (Frederick County), 11/10/1819-11/10/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 4443
Petition to Frederick County Commission regarding tax grievances of new owners of Dollyhide Copper Company. (Frederick County), 3/1/1853-3/31/1853 series 4box 1folder 1item 4444
Notice from W. Rimmee of Mountain Farm that will furnish Judge Thomas Kele with a horse, bridle, housings and spurs on May 1 for $25. Payment given to bearer, Thomas Davis and witnessed by A. Bleve., 4/26/1844-4/26/1844 series 4box 1folder 1item 4468
Record of tolls owed by Isaiah Mealy to the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike Company. Reverse has record of receipt of $88.82 on 6/15/1843. Signed by Allen Dorsey, Superintendent., 7/1/1843-9/30/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 4477
A receipt for passage of a Brother and a corpse to Corsica. Owed by W. Emory and paid to Jno. B.[?], 12/30/1844-1/28/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 4480
Bills of John Hoffman's account owed to George Crammer as of 7/1/1859, 1/25/1860-1/25/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4482
8 pages of a ledger listing fees for 1838 and part of 1839 placed in the hands of Joshua W. Phillips, Sheriff of Somerset County for collection by Sidney C. Long, Register of Wills for Somerset County., [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4483
Receipt dated 1800 for payment of $27 in full compensation for condemnation of road surveyed and laid out by Josiah Bayley., 11/6/1800-11/6/1800 series 4box 1folder 1item 4486
Promissory note from Thomas Kell to William Donaldson for the sum of $250 to be paid in 90 days. Marked "paid" on 08/08/1843., 5/11/1843-5/11/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 4488
Promissory note from Thomas Kell to William Donaldson for the sum of $250 to be paid in six months., 5/11/1843-5/11/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 4489
Protestor claims he has served notice to the endorsers of a note unpaid by the maker, M.C. Hagen. The endorsers were Thomas Kell and Jacob Myers., 7/16/1821-7/16/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 4490
Receipt showing that Philip Fulton received $22.57 cents as their share of the estate of Alexander Hanna., 1/1/1837-12/31/1837 series 4box 1folder 1item 4491
Electric bill of Mr. Jery G. Mirris for $2.80., 8/1/1892-9/30/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 4495
Business letter from M. Cursey concerning shipment of grains; no location legible., 8/8/1859-8/8/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 4499
Sight draft of Thomas Sanderson to James Gibson for $150., 5/7/1857-5/7/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 4501
Financial deposits from Washington County Bank to Hagerstown Bank., 12/14/1832-11/8/1833 series 4box 1folder 1item 4517
Bill of sale from G. and L. Markell to Dr. William R. Sanderson for linen and buttons., 3/23/1857-3/23/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 4520
Receipt for payment of $40 for sale of bull and 2 pigs to Mr. S.M. Golden by Government Hospital for the Insane., 12/27/1875-12/27/1875 series 4box 1folder 1item 4523
Record of payments of The Planters Bank of Prince George's County between July 30 and August 26, 1828. Transactions with the Bank of Alexandria., 8/21/1828-8/21/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4531
Business ledger of Cardiff D. Norris with various inserted documents. Norris was merchant in Harford County - agriculture, cotton, hardware, metal repair. (Folio ), 1/1/1841-12/31/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 4546
Planter's account book of John Thomas Nichols, with enclosures., 1/1/1820-12/31/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 4547
Account book of M.E. Peters with enclosures. Day book recording sales and receipts., 1/1/1862-12/31/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 4548
Bill for services (licenses) rendered from John Schley, Frederick County Clerk., 5/1/1816-5/1/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 4553
List of indigent sick with diagnosis, physician, rates, dates of stay. Note by Henry Snyder. Washington University Hospital patients from among the poor of Baltimore City. (Folio ), 7/1/1872-7/31/1872 series 4box 1folder 1item 4554
Deed from Commercial and Farmers Bank of Baltimore to Frederick Schaeffer. (Folio ), 9/3/1824-9/3/1824 series 4box 1folder 1item 4564
Elephant folio of list of indigent sick at Washington University Hospital for February 1874. Request for payments to hospital by Henry Snyder, President of City Almshouse Board of Trustees, to City Comptroller Samuel MacCubbin. (Oversize), 3/19/1874-3/19/1874 series 4box 1folder 1item 4587
Receipt by Daniel G. Travers to Isaac M. Neal. Payment for ship's passage., 1/30/1858-1/30/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 4593
Form requiring Thomas Ludlow to pay $53.34 to Robert W. Dougherty. Charge to account of Commissioners of Somerset County., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4595
Bill over 26 pounds, 18 shillings, 1 pence issued by Andrew Short to Henry Hickson. Letter by Owen Dorsey Gutteman to Henry Hickson that the amount is still outstanding. Sealed note by William Gibson Certifying Gutteman's authority as justice of the peace., 3/26/1811-6/29/1811 series 4box 1folder 1item 4599
Account of expenses of $3629.22 by Frederick County Court, reported by Clerk, John Schley. Verified by state agent whose name is illegible., 5/6/1825-5/6/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 4600
3 bound volumes. Records of the Little Elk Tribe #50 of the Imperial Order of Red Men, Cherry Hill, Cecil County., 1/1/1903-12/31/1926 series 4box 1folder 1item 4603
Voucher written by Louis Mackall for $350 to Rebecca Mackall., 1/16/1828-1/16/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4610
Receipt for $10.16 for 25 cords of wood for jail. To John E. Fountaine. Signed by Commissioners Thomas Miles and N. Dixon., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4613
Ledger sheet titled, "H.E. Bateman Tickets." J.W. Phillips appears at head of titles as Deputy Sheriff and Collector., [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4615
Record of legal action taken to collect the debts of Adam Markley by Thomas Burk, Samuel [Chaisel?], and others. Includes records of debt payments., 1/1/1804-12/31/1807 series 4box 1folder 1item 4620
Receipts of Jonathan A. McCready from James M. [Donohar?] by B.H. Jackson. Signed by Robert H. Gambrill., 11/1/1862-5/14/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 4626
Tax receipt of William R. Sanderson for state tax and county and road tax., 9/7/1856-9/7/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 4629
Letter to Mr. Baysare, merchant, concerning butter and eggs, from James Henring., 2/14/1827-2/14/1827 series 4box 1folder 1item 4630
Bill for 1/4 pound of roll tobacco for $16.48 from George and Jacob Bazor to James Zwisler, Jr. signed by James Zwisler., 2/4/1834-2/4/1834 series 4box 1folder 1item 4632
Receipt showing Dr. William Sanderson has paid to receive a subscription to "Presbeterian Paper,", 4/30/1856-4/30/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 4633
Request for Treasurer of Maryland to pay William A. Loker for commissions earned by James S. Downs, former State's Attorney for St. Mary's County., 8/25/1865-8/25/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4636
Receipt for office supplies purchased by Maryland State Library from J.W. Bond & Co. of Baltimore, [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4640
Warrant for payment of salary to William Camden as Assistant Clerk to the State Treasurer., 12/1/1887-12/1/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4642
Warrant for payment of salary to State Librarian, E.P. Duval., 12/1/1887-12/1/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4643
Warrant for payment of salary to W.F. Williams, Night Watchman of Public Buildings and Grounds., 12/1/1887-12/1/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4644
Check payable to C.F. Dunder & Brother signed by Jasper M. Berry., 1/28/1873-1/28/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 4645
Payment order signed by Joseph M. Ebberts, Treasurer of Board of School Commissioners for Frederick County and certification of his appointment as Treasurer, signed by Lewis H. Steiner., 9/2/1865-9/2/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4646
Order for Treasurer of State of Maryland to pay Thomas H. Quinan, signed by Johnathan R. Quinan., 8/31/1865-8/31/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4647
Warrant for payment of bill for stationary purchased by State Library, signed by H.B. Jordan., 9/14/1866-9/14/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4648
Payroll for State Fishery Force., 11/28/1887-11/28/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4649
Warrant to pay salary due to George W. Evans, Assistant Keeper of State House and Record Office Furnaces., 12/1/1887-12/1/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4650
Warrant for payment for delivery of ice to state government office, signed by H.G. Letournan, 9/6/1865-9/7/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4651
Bill for gas consumed at Governor's Mansion and affadavit attesting correctness of bill., 10/1/1866-10/9/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4652
Bill for stamps, postage and box rent for various government offices and affidavit of correctness of bill., 9/30/1866-10/2/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4653
Invoice for stationary and supplies purchased by H.P. Jordan, State Librarian, from Cushings and Medairy of Baltimore, MD., 11/9/1865-11/9/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4654
Promissory note of Alex S. Godwin for debt owed to Easton Bank., 10/3/1864-10/3/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 4655
Warrant to N. Hammond for $1300., 10/1/1866-10/1/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4656
Check for installment payment from State of Maryland for the instruction of the blind., 11/13/1866-11/13/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 4657
Receipt for Civil War bounty payments, 11/15/1866-11/15/1866 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4661
Sight draft to the order of T.B. Rutter for insurance premium on State Tobacco Warehouse., 9/5/1865-9/5/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4663
Receipt for payment for services rendered by the judges of the Appeal Tax Court (James?) W. Simms, George W. Gordon and David Taylor., 8/23/1865-8/23/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4664
Receipt signed by Jonathan A. Thompson, Register of City of Baltimore, for payment from Robert Fowler, Treasurer of the State of Maryland., 8/23/1865-8/23/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 4665
Bounty certificate and payment order for Nathaniel Harvey., 5/13/1864-6/30/1865 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4668
Order for payment of bounty and discharge of Samuel M. Brickley., 8/8/1865-8/8/1865 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4673
Bills and warrant for payment for services provided to the State Board of Health by C.W. Chancellor., 12/5/1887-12/6/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4678
Invoice and warrant for payment for services rendered to State Board of Health by C.W. Chancellor., 12/6/1887-12/6/1887 series 4box 1folder 1item 4679
Receipt of payment witnessed by various people, including Elizabeth Blund, Richard Graham, James Horrocks, John [Camm?], William Cardwell, William Cole, and Margaret Garret., 11/9/1764-6/8/1764 series 4box 1folder 1item 4754
From George Mackubin to Emanuel Kent regarding the accounting for auction duties., 11/24/1830-11/24/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 4776
1 volume; account book of the Cradock family - medical entries, estate accountings, real estate debts, and taxes. (Folio ), 1/1/1808-12/31/1917 series 4box 1folder 1item 4780
Record of transactions and payments made for land purchase by John Robertson; signed by G.G. Brewer., 4/26/1838-4/26/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 4798
Receipt for payment of monies by Alexander Randall to [William H. Moamitt?]., 4/7/1840-4/7/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 4800
From Sanders & Cook of Baltimore to Thomas S. Turner requesting that Turner forward them $3 to replace dollars that turned out to be counterfeit., 11/22/1850-11/22/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 4836
Copy book of Capt. William Stafford includes Spanish exercises and letter and accounts relating to shipping., 1/1/1829-12/31/1839 series 4box 1folder 1item 4868
Names of taxpayers with county and state assessment for each., [undated] series 4box 1folder 1item 4883
Receipt of payment. Wheat sold for McCready by Thomas J. Dail & Co (Cheapside, Baltimore)., 8/24/1882-8/24/1882 series 4box 1folder 1item 4884
Bill from J.W. Cresfield to J.W. Philips declared void by A.W. Brady., 4/19/1856-4/19/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 4885
Bill from Elen Bennett to Joshua Phillips, signed by John Kenny; receipt of payment on back., 5/14/1859-11/30/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 4886
Bill from James A. McCready to [Webb & Bros.]., 12/27/1884-1/31/1885 series 4box 1folder 1item 4887
Inspection certificate for load of hay; inspected for Thomas Brown by W.H. Pearce; paid, "28cts.", 3/20/1868-3/20/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 4888
Letter from Tyler of Planters' Bank of Prince George's County to J.L. [McKenna?] regarding returned bank draft for insufficient funds., 5/6/1828-5/6/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4889
Tyler of the Planters' Bank of Prince George's County; letter regarding bank draft., 3/8/1823-3/8/1823 series 4box 1folder 1item 4890
Manuscript ledger of unidentified Quaker craftsman - records for various goods and services - Back Creek Valley & Union Bridge., 1/1/1858-12/31/1873 series 4box 1folder 1item 4891
Bill from Hezekiah Howe for books and paper purchased by John Chapman., 1/1/1816-12/31/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 4892
Request for payment from John G. Chapman - sent by Samuel R. Crane., 6/8/1816-6/8/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 4895
Bill from Bryan Harrison to John G. Chapman for suspender, silk hat, gloves, and tailoring repairs., 4/29/1817-4/29/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 4896
Bill from William Boswell to Marshall Chapman for various household items., 1/1/1861-12/31/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 4897
Bill for Marshall Chapman from Griffin Carter for clothing and household items., 1/1/1861-12/31/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4898
Bill for Marshall Chapman from Griffin Carter for household items and clothing., 1/1/1860-12/31/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4899
Bill for J.G. Chapman for medicines purchased from William J. and Joseph Bartlett., 6/2/1841-6/2/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 4900
Account for purchases of cotton, nails, tea, sugar, and other items., 1/1/1861-12/31/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4901
Bill for William Harris for purchase of sundries., 6/1/1841-6/1/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 4902
Bill for Mr. Chapman from Cushing & Sons for purchases of paper and books., 5/31/1841-5/31/1841 series 4box 1folder 1item 4903
Bill for M. Chapman from P.T. George & Co. for purchases of bacon and ham., 8/5/1879-8/5/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 4904
Bill for Mr. John Hamilton from Neale Harris & Co. of sheathing and guano., 12/3/1863-12/3/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 4905
Bill for Mr. Chapman from P.T. George & Co. for purchases of bacon and lard., 5/1/1879-5/1/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 4906
Bill for Marshall Chapman from Thomas C. Price & Co. for purchase of Victor fertilizer - entreaty at bottom to say nothing to others about price., 10/7/1880-10/7/1880 series 4box 1folder 1item 4907
Bill for M. Chapman from Thomas C. Price & Co. for purchase of fertilizer., 10/23/1879-10/23/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 4908
Promissory note for interest payment signed by Marshall [Chapman?]., 6/13/1879-6/13/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 4909
Affidavit for nonpayment of account by John G. Chapman - owed to Ward Bros., 1/21/1857-1/27/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 4910
Statement of account of M. Chapman with R. McRae., 6/1/1879-6/1/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 4911
Account of John G. Chapman with Townsend Hull for purchases of clothing., 1/1/1816-12/31/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 4912
Returns of Stephen Darden, City Bailiff, 8th Ward, Baltimore. (Folio ), 12/31/1828-12/31/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4913
Bill for John G. Chapman from [Maliby?] Goldsmith & Co. for purchases of plays and sundries., 4/29/1817-4/29/1817 series 4box 1folder 1item 4914
Returns of William Williamson, City Bailiff, 1st Ward, Baltimore. (Folio ), 12/30/1828-12/30/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4915
Returns of Baltimore City Bailiff, Thomas Appleby. (Folio ), 12/30/1828-12/30/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4916
Returns of Charles F. Boyce, City Bailiff, 12th Ward, Baltimore. (Folio ), 12/30/1828-12/30/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4917
Record of John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County for licenses granted and amounts due., 5/11/1816-9/16/1816 series 4box 1folder 1item 4939
Report from John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, to B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, concerning fees paid to treasury in Annapolis (Folio ), 9/10/1821-12/11/1821 series 4box 1folder 1item 4945
John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court to State of Maryland; amount due to State., 5/7/1819-12/6/1819 series 4box 1folder 1item 4946
Record of licenses granted; submitted by John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court. (Folio ), 5/5/1820-10/21/1820 series 4box 1folder 1item 4950
Financial record of liquor licenses granted, submitted by John Schley, Clerk of Fredercik County Court, to B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland., 10/6/1824-5/28/1825 series 4box 1folder 1item 4953
Ledger of William Sullivan, Irish labor contractor, accounting for labor and merchandise; loose items removed from ledger and placed in mylar folder., 1/1/1834-12/31/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 4961
Ledger of unknown Elkton, Maryland general store specializing in textile goods; newspaper clippings about Theodore Roosevelt pasted over some pages., 1/1/1853-12/31/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 4962
Letter and record of account - Alexander Randall's account with J.W. and E. Reynolds. (Folio ), 1/1/1843-12/31/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 4977
Certificate for 880 shares of stock in Maryland Agricultural College owned by Charles B. Calvert., 4/6/1858-4/6/1858 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 4980
Letter from Tyler of the Planter's Bank of Prince George's County regarding bank draft; mentions W.C. Fowler and Co., 3/20/1828-3/20/1828 series 4box 1folder 1item 4981
Order to Tomas Sudler, collector of Princess Anne County levy, to pay Alfred M. Miles per account. Signed by N. Dixon Jr. and Thomas Miles. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 11/27/1860-11/27/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 4982
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay salary to Ephraim Furniss, Supervisor of District No. 10 for 1860. Signed by N. Dixon and Thomas Miles. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4983
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay Ware Wainwright interest due him. Signed by N. Dixon and Thomas Miles. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4984
Order to Thomas Sudler collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay Nathaniel Dixon per account. Signed by N. Dixon and Thomas Miles, Signed verification of receipt on verso., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4985
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay salary to John Maddus, Supervisor of District No. 5 for 1860. Signed by N. Dixon and Thomas Miles. On verso, instructions for distribution of enclosed draft. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4986
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay salary to Alfred Miles, Clerk to the Board of Commissioners. Signed by Thomas Miles and N. Dixon. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 1/8/1861-1/8/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4987
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay Smith Lankford, per account. Signed by N. Dixon, Thomas Miles, and William Willing. Signed verification of receipt on verso., 2/12/1861-2/12/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4988
Order to Dorchester County Constable, Robert H. Gambill to collect on debt owed to Levin Standley (adm. Of Elbert Horsey) by Major Bosman George Slocum and Laphaett Hurley; issued by Jonathan A. McGready., 1/26/1850-1/26/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 4997
Order to Thomas Sudler, collector of Princess Anne County levy to pay Johnson Evans. Signed by N. Dixon, Thomas Miles, and William Willing., 4/3/1861-4/3/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 4998
Baltimore City Fire Department bill for [supplies?]., 1/27/1884-1/27/1884 series 4box 1folder 1item 5001
Baltimore City payroll roster for lamplighters., 1/13/1877-1/13/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 5002
Baltimore City payroll roster for lamplighters, 1/11/1877-1/11/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 5003
Baltimore City lamplighters payroll roster., 1/12/1877-1/12/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 5004
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster. (Folio ), 2/1/1883-2/1/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 5005
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster. (Folio ), 2/1/1883-2/1/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 5006
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster. Employees have verified receipt. (Folio ), 1/2/1879-1/2/1879 series 4box 1folder 1item 5007
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster with signatures of employees verifying receipt of wages. (Folio ), 3/1/1886-3/1/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 5008
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster with signatures of employees verifying receipt of wages. (Folio ), 3/1/1886-3/1/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 5009
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster with signatures of employees verifying receipt of wages. City Comptroller's check for payroll payment attached. (Folio ), 2/1/1883-2/1/1883 series 4box 1folder 1item 5010
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster with signatures of employees verifying receipt of wages. Check for lump sum payroll payment attached. (Folio ), 1/1/1884-1/1/1884 series 4box 1folder 1item 5011
Baltimore City Fire Department payroll roster with signatures of employees verifying receipt of wages. (Folio ), 1/1/1880-1/1/1880 series 4box 1folder 1item 5012
Order to Dorchester County Constable to collect from Horrace Young the amount levied against him by Justice Nicholas Langfit on behalf of Isaac M. Neal, executor of John B. Dean., 6/21/1855-6/21/1855 series 4box 1folder 1item 5034
Order to Dorchester County Constable, R.G. Hallon to collect from George Smith on account of the judgement against him by Justice Samuel Keyes on behalf of Thomas J. Hicks. Signed receipts on verso., 11/3/1855-11/3/1855 series 4box 1folder 1item 5035
Order to Treasurer of Maryland to collect from Thomas Sudler taxes collected in Somerset County for 1861. Signed by A.S. Garrett, Comptroller of the Treasury Department. Acknowledgment of receipt on back signed by Sprigg Harwood., 10/10/1861-10/10/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5036
Warrant to Robert Fowler, Treasurer of Maryland, to collect taxes from Thomas Sudler, Collector of Somerset County. Receipt printed on back, signed by Robert Fowler., 2/27/1862-2/27/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5037
Order to Robert Fowler, Treasurer of Maryland, to collect from Thomas Sudler, Collector of Somerset County, the amount collected by Sudler in State Tax. Acknowledgement of receipt on back signed by Fowler., 9/4/1862-9/4/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5038
Order from Somerset County Poor's House to Thomas Sudler to pay John Parsons; signed by Thomas Brinkley and Jas. H. White. Signed receipt on verso. Payment is for Trustees of the Poor., 3/4/1862-3/4/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5039
Order from Somerset County Poor's House to Thomas Sudler to pay Levin Beachump. Signed by Thomas Brinkley, Arthur Lankford, and Jas. H. White. Signed receipt on verso., 1/14/1862-1/14/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5040
Order from Somerset County Poor's House to Thomas Sudler to pay Thomas Furness; signed by Thomas Brinkley, Jas. H. White, and Arthur Lankford; signed receipt on verso., 1/7/1862-1/7/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5041
Order from Somerset County Poor's House to Thomas Sudler to pay Jacob Parks. Signed by Thomas Brinkley, Jas. H. White, and Arthur Lankford. Signed receipt on verso., 1/7/1862-1/7/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5042
Order to Thomas Sudler Esq., Collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay Hooper C. Hicks Esq. the amount due him. Signed by James Phoebus, Tubman L. Hall, and William Baron. Involves Nanticoke Bridge Company., 4/10/1862-4/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5043
Order to Thomas Sudler Esq., Collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay Hooper C. Hicks Esq. the amount due him. Signed by James Phoebus, William Baron, and Tubman L. Hall. Signed receipt on verso. From levy for Nanticoke Bridge Company., 4/10/1862-4/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5044
Order to Thomas Sudler, Collector of Princess Anne County levy, to pay Ware Wainwright the amount due him. Signed by James Phoebus, William Baron, and Tubman L. Hall. Signed receipt on verso., 1/28/1862-1/28/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5045
Order to Thomas Sudler, Esq., Collector of the Princess Anne County levy, to pay William J. Brittingham the amount due him. Signed by James Phoebus, Tubman L. Hall, William Baron. Signed receipt on verso. For benefit of education in Somerset County., 1/7/1862-1/7/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5046
Order to Thomas Sudler Esq., Collector of Princess Anne County levy, to pay James Blair the amount due him. Signed by N. Dixon, William H. Willing, Thomas Miles. Signed receipt on verso. Payment for making a public road., 11/12/1861-11/12/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5047
Order to Thomas Sudler Esq., Collector of Princess Anne County levy, to pay Nathan J. Lankford the amount due him. Signed by Thomas Miles, William H. Willing and N. Dixon. Signed receipt on verso., 4/23/1861-4/23/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5048
Order to Thomas Sudler Esq. To pay Nathan J. Lankford the amount due him; signed by N. Dixon, William H. Willings, and Thomas Miles from Priness Anne County Commissioners' Office. Signed receipt on verso. Payment for bridge at Deal Island., 6/25/1861-6/25/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5049
Order to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to collect from Thompson W. Hurley the debt owed to Brannock and Joab Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 8/15/1857-8/15/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5050
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thomas Bestpitch the debt owed to Thomas M. Meredith & Co. Signed receipt on verso., 8/29/1857-8/29/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5051
Order to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to collect from Thomas Bestpitch and Brannock Hurley the debt owed to John Twilley., 8/29/1857-8/29/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5052
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thomas Bestpitch and Brannock Hurley the debt owed to John Twilley. Signed receipt on verso., 7/20/1857-7/20/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5053
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thomas Bestpitch the debt owed to Thomas Meredith. Signed receipt on verso., 7/20/1857-7/20/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5054
Order from Dorchester County Justice J.W. Robinson to Constable Jacob Insby to collect from William Parsons the debt owed to Parnell Goodvine. Signed receipt on verso., 12/25/1856-12/25/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5055
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Algernon Hurley the debt owed Zachariah Langford., 8/26/1857-8/26/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5056
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from George Willey and Arnold Horseman the debt owed to J. and R. Graham. Signed receipt on verso., 11/7/1856-11/7/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5057
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thompson W. Hurley the debt owed to James Jones. Signed receipt on verso., 8/20/1856-8/20/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5058
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from William W. Gambill, George Percy, and Levin Camper the debt owed to Isaac M. Neal (administrator of J.B. Dean). Signed receipt on verso., 6/17/1856-6/17/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5059
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Samuel A. Lawson, William Reagan, and William W. Woolen the debt owed to William Layton. Signed receipt on verso., 5/12/1856-5/12/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5060
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thompson W. Hurley the debt owed to Dennis Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 5/9/1856-5/9/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5061
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Thompson W. Hurley the debt owed to Dennis Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 5/9/1856-5/9/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5062
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from William Dutton the debt owed to Thompson W. Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 5/5/1856-5/5/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5063
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Brannock Hurley the debt owed to Hodson W. Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 4/18/1856-4/18/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5064
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Constant Hurley the debt owed to Josiah Kerr. Signed receipt on verso., 3/15/1856-3/15/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5065
Order from Dorchester County Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Constable Uriah Hurley to summon Samuel A. Lawson on account of debt owed to Isaac M. Neal, executor of John B. Dean. Signed receipt on verso., 2/28/1856-2/28/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5066
Order to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Alfred Chase the amount owed to Moses Young (transferred to Richard C. Hollon). Issued by Jonathan A. McGready. Signed receipt on verso., 2/29/1856-2/29/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5067
Order to Dorchester County Constable Jacob Insby to collect from Constant Hurley the amount levied aginast him by Justice A.H. Hurley on behalf of Josiah Kerr. Signed by Justice Robinson. Signed receipt on verso., 2/16/1856-2/16/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5068
Order to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Leah Hughes, William Reagan, and Samuel Lawson the amount levied against them by Justice Nicholas Langfit on behalf of George Hurley. Signed by Justice Jonathan McGready. Signed receipt on verso., 1/18/1856-1/18/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5069
Payroll rosters for Baltimore City lamplighters; southern, western, middle, and eastern districts. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 9/10/1875-9/11/1875 series 4box 1folder 1item 5070
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters, eastern district. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 7/23/1880-7/23/1880 series 4box 1folder 1item 5071
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters, middle district. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 10/6/1866-10/6/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 5072
37 items. Receipts for payments from Joshua W. Phillips, relating to county levy. Most signed by John Curtis, Sheriff and Collector, one signed by Sevin Woolford., 11/3/1846-9/24/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5076
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters, southern district. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 1/13/1877-1/13/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 5083
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters. Signed by William H. Carr, Superintendent., 11/4/1867-11/4/1867 series 4box 1folder 1item 5084
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters, southern district. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 11/29/1882-11/29/1882 series 4box 1folder 1item 5085
Payroll roster for Baltimore City lamplighters, western district. Signed by lamplighters as verification of receipt., 7/23/1880-7/23/1880 series 4box 1folder 1item 5086
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Joseph Collins to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 5/16/1863-5/16/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5087
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from George Jones the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5088
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5089
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Noble Wright the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5090
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5091
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, use of Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5092
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/28/1863-2/28/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5093
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5094
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Bestpitch the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5095
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William W. Woolen, M.E. Slocum, David Willey, and Isaiah Lewis the amount owed to Cain Hurley., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5096
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/20/1863-1/20/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5097
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5098
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5099
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5100
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from George Jones the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5101
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Bestpitch the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5102
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, use of Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5103
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Byard Horsman, George Horsman, Josiah Hurley (administrator of Joseph Hurley), and William Hurley the amount owed to Peter Carroll, assignee of William Layton., 12/22/1862-12/22/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5104
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William W. Woolen, M.E. Slocum, David Willey, and Isaiah Lewis the amount owed to Cain Hurley., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5105
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Riggin the amount owed to Charles Johnson., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5106
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5107
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Alfred M. Lewis, Thomas E. Clifton and John J. Lewis the amount owed to John Beard., 12/15/1862-12/15/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5108
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to county Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from C.C. Hughes, M.E. Slocum, and Thomas H. Webb the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright, administrator of Job Horsman., 12/13/1862-12/13/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5109
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Noble Wright the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5110
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. James to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, to the use of Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5111
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5112
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5113
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5114
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Strawberry the amount owed to Lewis Ross and sons., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5115
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to William H. Bowde, to the use of Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5116
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from C.C. Hughes, M.E. Slocum and Thomas H. Webb the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright, administrator of Job Horsman., 11/3/1862-11/3/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5117
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable George W. McGready to collect from William Henry the amount owed to John R. Gray., 10/3/1860-10/3/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5118
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to summon John Dutton to answer to Henry Kemnerly in a plea of debt., 10/18/1860-10/18/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5119
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to Elizabeth W. Donoho., 10/1/1860-10/1/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5120
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to Elizabeth W. Donoho., 10/1/1860-10/1/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5121
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Alfred M. Lewis the amount owed to William J. and C.W. Donoho., 10/8/1860-10/8/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5122
Order from Justice A.R. Anderson to Dorchester County Constable Jacob Insley to collect from Alford M. Lewis, Thomas E. Clifton, and John J. Lewis the amount owed to John Bird., 8/25/1860-8/25/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5125
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Cain Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley, administrator of Nancy and Casander Beard., 8/21/1860-8/21/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5126
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Cain Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley., 8/21/1860-8/21/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5127
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from William J. Hurley the amount owed to Dennis Hurley., 6/28/1860-6/28/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5129
Order from Justice A.H. Hurley to Dorchester County Constable George W. McGready to collect from Levin Rawleigh the amount owed to Rawleigh and Gambril., 5/18/1860-5/18/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5130
Order from Justice A.H. Hurley to Dorchester County Constable George W. McGready to collect from George Dutton the amount owed to Rawleigh and Gambril., 5/18/1860-5/18/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5131
Order from Justice A.R. Anderson to Dorchester County Constable Jacob Insley to collect from John J. Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley., 1/21/1860-1/21/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5132
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from David Willey the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 11/3/1862-11/3/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5133
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from John Hughes and George horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton signed acknowledge of receipt on verso., 11/3/1862-11/3/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5134
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Riggin and Samuel Lawson the amount owed to Charles Johnson., 1/24/1863-1/24/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5135
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Bestpitch the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 12/10/1836-12/10/1836 series 4box 1folder 1item 5136
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from C.C. Hughes, John G. Slocum, and Martin L. Wall the amount owed to Robert H. Gambril., 1/15/1864-1/15/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5137
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Elbert Standley the amount owed to Thomas Starr., 1/20/1864-1/20/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5138
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from John Hughes and George Horsman the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright administrator of Job Horsman., 5/20/1863-5/20/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5139
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorcester County Constable to collect from William T. Hurley, Joseph Hurley, George Horsman, and Josiah Hurley the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright, administrator of Job Horsman., 5/20/1863-5/20/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5140
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Richard Hurley the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 10/3/1863-10/3/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5141
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from James Wilson the amount owed to Jesse S. Jones and George W. McGready., 4/11/1863-4/11/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5142
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Zachariah Pawl the amount owed to William J. Donoho and Jesse S. Jones., 9/30/1863-9/30/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5143
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from John Parker the amount owed to William T. Manning., 9/10/1863-9/10/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5144
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Uriah Hurley the amount owed to Noah Kennerly., 1/24/1863-1/24/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5145
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from John J. Hurley the amount owed to Moffett-Mockber and Hoff., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5146
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Uriah Hurley the amount owed to Noah Kennerley, 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5147
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Ichabod D. Hurley the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal., 12/15/1862-12/15/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5148
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Ichabod D. Hurley the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal., 11/5/1862-11/5/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5149
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from John J. Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley. Signed acknowledgment of receipt on verso., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5150
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Byard Horsman, and George Horsman the amount owed to George W. Hurley., 12/22/1862-12/22/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5151
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from William N. Vincent the amount owed to Hudson W. Hurley., 3/7/1863-3/7/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5152
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Uriah Hurley, John J. Hurley, Job Hurley, Josiah Hughes, and Brannock Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley, administrator of Nancy and Casander Beard., 3/6/1862-3/6/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5153
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to collect from Job Hurley, Cain Hurley, Isaac M. Neal, Thomas Bestpitch, Dennis Hurley, and John Hughes the amount owed to Charles Johnson, administrator of Isaiah Lewis., 11/5/1862-11/5/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5154
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Peter Carroll to summon William F. Hurley on account of debt to Joseph W. [Langrath?] at William Layton's Store., 1/19/1864-1/19/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5155
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable W.H. Hurley to collect from Alexander Rideout the amount owed to Henry and Hacket. Signed acknowledgment of receipt on verso., 9/12/1864-9/12/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5156
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable W.H. Hurley to collect from Levin B. Lewis the amount owed to George Horsman, use of Peter Carroll. Acknowledgment of receipt on verso, 9/8/1864-9/8/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5157
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable W.H. Hurley to collect from William T. Manning the amount owed to Stephen B. Lecompte., 5/23/1864-5/23/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5158
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable W.H. Hurley to collect from Elbert Standly the amount owed to James H. Kelly. Signed acknowledgment of receipt on verso., 4/12/1864-4/12/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5159
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from George Horsman, Jehu Hughes, Joseph Hurley, and John Hughes the amount owed to Joseph Langrall., 5/7/1861-5/7/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5160
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Cain Hurley the amount owed to Firm B. Clifton., 2/26/1861-2/26/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5161
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Cain Hurley, administrator of Lafayette Hurley the amount owed to Rawleigh and Gambril., 2/5/1861-2/5/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5162
Order to Dorchester County Constable J. Insby to collect from John J. Harley the damages levied against him. Issuing Justice - A.R. Anderson., 5/7/1861-5/7/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5163
Order to Isaac M. Neal Constable of Dorchester County to summon William T. Vickers to appear before J.A. McGready., 2/20/1861-2/20/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5164
Order to Dorchester County Constable Robert A. Gambril to collect from Levin B. Lewis the sum levied against him. Issuing Justice - Thomas J. Lecompte., 2/4/1863-2/4/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5165
Receipt for Dorchester County charges and state taxes received from Jonathan McGready; signed by John R. Gray., 1/18/1860-1/18/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5166
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Nace Baily, Charles Pattison, and Alfred M. Lewis the amount owed to Mary Frazier and Martin L. Wall, administrators of Solomon A. Frazier. Signed receipt on verso., 12/29/1859-12/29/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5167
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambrill to collect from Uriah Hurley, John J. Hurley, Job Hurley, Josiah Hughes, and Brannock Hurley the amount owed to George W. Hurley, administrator of Nancy and Casander Beard., 6/25/1859-6/25/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5168
Order from Justice Nicholas Langfit to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from E. Handley the amount owed to Levin Langfit., 3/10/1859-3/10/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5169
Order from Justice J.W. Robinson to Dorchester County Constable J. Insby to collect from W.W. Woolen, M.E. Slocum, D. Willey, and Isaiah Lewis the mount owed to Cain Hurley., 1/31/1859-1/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5170
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to summon Christopher C. Hughes on account of indebtedness to Joel G. Hurley., 1/29/1859-1/29/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5171
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Sheriff to collect from Asariah Hurley the amount owed to William T. Byrn, assignee of H.C. Hicks. Signed receipt on verso., 7/31/1858-7/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5172
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Thomas Bestpitch the amount owed to William J. Byrn, assignee of H.C. Hicks., 7/24/1858-7/24/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5173
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Thomas K. Eunick the amount owed to Levin Rawleigh., 6/24/1858-6/24/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5174
Order from Justice J.A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable R.H. Gambril to collect from Samuel H. Lawson the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal, assignee of Algernon Hurley. Signed receipt on verso., 6/8/1858-6/8/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5175
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from George A.Z. Smith the amount owed to Thomas J. Hicks. Signed receipt on verso., 5/19/1858-5/19/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5176
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Joseph Lecompte the amount owed to William T. Manning., 5/4/1858-5/4/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5177
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Benjamin F. Lecompte to collect from Samuel A. Lawson the amount owed to Martin L. Wall. Signed receipt on verso., 3/17/1858-3/17/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5178
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Benjamin F. Lecompte to collect from Samuel A. Lawson the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal, assignee of Algernon Hurley., 3/17/1858-3/17/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5179
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Benjamin F. Lecompte to collect from Samuel A. Lawson the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal., 3/17/1858-3/17/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5180
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Simon Jolley, Darius Kier, Alfred Chase, and James Kier the amount owed to Levin Standley, administrator of Elbert Horsey., 3/6/1858-3/6/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5181
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester Count Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Samuel A. Lawson and William Reagan the amount owed to Isaac M. Neal, executor of John B. Dean., 2/5/1858-2/5/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5182
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jacob Insby to collect from Thompson W. Hurley the amount owed to Brannock Hurley and Job Hurley., 2/10/1858-2/10/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5183
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Alfred M. Lewis the amount owed to William T. Manning., 2/6/1858-2/6/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5184
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from John L. Thompson the amount owed to William W. Frazier. Signed receipt on verso., 2/3/1858-2/3/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5185
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect from Alfred M. Lewis the amount owed to George Winthrop. Signed receipt on verso., 1/29/1858-1/29/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5186
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Robert H. Gambril to collect from Simon Holley, Darious Kier, Alfred Chase, and James Kier the debt owed to Levin Standley, administrator of Elbert Horsey. Signed receipt on verso., 1/26/1858-1/26/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5187
Order to Dorchester County Constable Uriah Hurley to collect on debt owed to Isaac M. Neal, executor of John B. Dean, by Phillip Harvey. Issued by Justice Jonathan A. McGready. Signed receipt on verso., 11/17/1857-11/17/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5188
Sunday school treasurer's account book., 1/1/1850-12/31/1888 series 4box 1folder 1item 5190
Ledger book. Record of sales of goods from Port Tobacco., 1/1/1820-12/31/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 5191
Account book for sales primarily of grain; loose items, primarily legal records and receipts, which were inserted between pages have been moved to separate file and assigned mdms#5192a-ee. Account book belonged to James Moores., 1/1/1823-12/31/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 5192
Ann W. Cooper, administrator of Dr. G.R. Cooper recorded the payment of $1.75 from Levin Bennet to Dr. George R. Cooper., 2/12/1858-2/12/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5193
A Statement issued by Uriah Hurby Constable to show that he received the sum of $23.20 through the hands of Jonathan A. McGready for Mercelus E. Slocum., 5/22/1858-5/22/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5194
A note from Hurcela Hicks to Mrs. Elizabeth W. Donoho to request the payment she owed to Jonathan A. McGready. Receipt on verso., 1/1/1858-12/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5195
Promissory note signed by Thomas D. Badley to pay J.W. Phillips., 1/1/1854-1/31/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 5207
Order from James C. Cordry to Mr. W. Phillips to pay Sammuel L. Parker for coffins. Signed receipt on back., 1/1/1858-12/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5208
Receipt signed by Hicks Helifton stating that Levin Parker onced owed money to him, for a pair of shoes for Lucy Hudson, which he paid., 12/25/1858-12/25/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5210
Account of Joshua W. Phillips' debt and receipt signed by John Williams., 1/25/1847-1/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 5212
Promise of repayment from William T. Vickers to George W. Hurley., 6/20/1857-6/20/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5221
Promise of repayment from George R. Walter to Joshua W. Phillip, 3/27/1857-3/27/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5222
Promise of repayment by Thomas W. Fletcher to repay Joshua W. Phillips., 4/26/1856-4/26/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5223
Bill to Sheriff E.E. Joshua W. Phillips from Emory Riggin for legal services rendered., 1/1/1858-10/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5226
Notes of payments and credits by Casandra and Nancy Beard to Alfred Hurley, from Penenna Hurley to Alfred Hurley, and from Thomas Gambril to Alfred Hurley. Amount of money on Levin Lewis' account noted., 3/15/1854-8/1/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5228
Receipt of payment for amount paid by Hodson M. Hurley to Isaac M. Neal, administrator of the estate of C. Hurley., 6/18/1856-6/18/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5229
Bill to E.E. Rufus M. Parsons from Robert Elliot and wife Henrietta for legal services rendered., 6/29/1855-6/29/1855 series 4box 1folder 1item 5230
Receipt for money from Wilmore Philip to Henry Brewington to pay for books, 12/8/1854-12/8/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 5231
An account of what Samuel A. Lawson, debtor to the estate of J.B. Dean, owes for general goods (pants, shoes, boots, nails)., 2/19/1853-3/7/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 5232
Promise of repayment in six months by William D.W. Raileigh, Charles Pattison, and William W. Gambril. Witnessed by Ira R. Corkran. Payment owed to Algernon Piercy, executor for Richard W. Piercy., 4/10/1851-4/10/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 5234
Bill for goods bought by Ennals Horsman from Z.W. Langford., 3/22/1851-12/18/1851 series 4box 1folder 1item 5235
Receipt from John Kirby, Hon., to Captain McGready, confirmed received payment by McGready., 5/7/1850-5/7/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 5236
Bill to E.E. W.J.G. Polk from Hezekiah G. Shockley for appearing in a lawsuit., 5/1/1850-11/1/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 5237
Promise of repayment by Hyram Venable to J. Hooper, witnessed by R.S. Todd. Notice of transfer of debt from J. Hooper to J. William Phillips., 11/26/1850-11/30/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 5238
Bill for recording extracts of deed from J.B. Slinensetal to Susan Jenkins recorded by E.E. H. Bateman., 1/1/1849-12/31/1849 series 4box 1folder 1item 5239
Bill for general merchandise bought by Captain J.W. McGready. Note on back acknowledges receipt of payment., 4/12/1846-7/16/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 5240
Bill to James Henry from Dr. John B. Taylor. Note from Taylor written in 1846 saying the money had not been paid back, witnessed by E.E. Windsor. Notation on back of payment of debt by Isaac N. Henry., 5/23/1842-8/3/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 5241
Bill for services rendered by E.E. S.W. [Jones?] to Tubman S. Bidsworth., 5/23/1846-5/23/1846 series 4box 1folder 1item 5242
Promise of repayment by Arthur Hughes to Robert H. Gambrill., 12/14/1856-12/14/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5243
Bill for legal services rendered by John Hickman, administrator for James Hickman. Signed by E.E. J.W. Phillips, Sheriff., 8/7/1838-8/7/1838 series 4box 1folder 1item 5245
Receipt from A.G. Parsons crediting Wilmer Philips, Esq. with paying his bills., 10/11/1842-10/11/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 5246
Promissory note from E.G. Owens to pay J.W. Phillip., 1/27/1843-1/27/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 5247
Promissory note from John E. Fowler to pay Joshua W. Phillips., 2/1/1861-2/1/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5248
Promissory note from Joseph A. Phillips to John E. Fowler dated March 12, 1860 was then sold by Fowler to Joshua W. Phillips., 1/5/1861-1/5/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5249
Receipt of Joshua W. Phillips' taxes by Thomas T. Williams. Also mentions [Charlotte] E. Dashiell., 9/23/1863-9/23/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5251
Case of Archibald J. Gray vs. Cain Hurley. Judgement in favor of plaintiff for $6.00 signed by Justice of the Peace Jonathan McGready. Notation on back by Archibald J. Gray transfers claim of the debt to Josiah Hurley., 6/15/1861-11/16/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5253
Measurement of lumber for J.H. Bacon by J.W. Phillip., 9/9/1863-9/9/1863 series 4box 1folder 1item 5255
Promissory note written by John G. Seliger promissory to pay John E. Fowler. Witnessed by J.W. Phillips., 12/1/1859-12/1/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5256
Promissory note from Rider W. Wilson to J.W. Phillips., 4/2/1860-4/2/1860 series 4box 1folder 1item 5257
Bill signed by E.E. Levin Woolford, clerk, for Dr. John E. Fowler's legal services. Acknowledgement of payment on back written by L.R. Dorman., 10/1/1863-12/29/1866 series 4box 1folder 1item 5258
Schedule of Ichabod D. Hurley, property for J.M. Neal., 11/6/1862-11/6/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5259
Receipt from Pattison & Woolford, grocers and commission merchants to Captain J. McGready for M.G. Dutton for purchase of bacon., 6/22/1861-6/22/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5260
Receipt of goods (tobacco and starch) bought by Joshua W. Phillips from William J. Daily., 8/28/1865-8/28/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 5261
Receipt of partial payment from Thomas Sudler to repay Ware Wainwright., 1/8/1861-6/18/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5262
Receipt written by G.K. Whiting referring to G.U.Pettis and Edward Pettis concerning payment of a note., 8/19/1861-8/19/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5263
Received of Thomas Sudler $100 as part-payment on a draft of $300 by A.W. Miles., 2/12/1861-2/12/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5264
Bill to E.E. Joshua W. Phillips, Sheriff, for Edward A. Revell's legal services., 10/1/1858-1/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5265
Bill to Charley J. Bell for legal services rendered from E.E. Levin Woolford, clerk., 4/1/1858-4/30/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5266
Bill to Mrs. Mary J. Fowler from searches for judgements vs. John F. Fowler by E.E. Levin Woolford, clerk, for legal services. Note of payment in full on back by L.R. Dorman., 3/1/1865-3/31/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 5267
Promissory note from Winifield H. Hurley and Levin B. Lewis to pay Joseph W. Langrace, 5/31/1858-5/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5268
Bill to Jacob and Esan Insley for legal services rendered by E.E. W.J.G. Polk, clerk., 5/7/1845-5/7/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 5269
Bill to Tubman L. Bidsword, guardian for John T. Graham, for services rendered by S.W. Jones., 4/18/1848-7/18/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 5270
Bill to Benjamin Gordy for legal services (search for Rachel Wingate's will) from W.W. Heinz and E.E. S.W. Jones., 3/18/1845-3/18/1845 series 4box 1folder 1item 5271
Receipt from Baem & Wright for funds from Joshua W. Phillips., 9/2/1865-9/2/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 5272
Promissory note from Jeremiah Bramble to pay Sarah Ann Bramble., 11/30/1859-11/30/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5273
Promissory note from George Parker, John Dutton, and Henry Rock to pay Harriet Parker. Heading of document is "James Parker's account." Recorded by Jonathan A. McGready., 3/17/1859-3/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5274
Receipt of principal amount from J.W. Philip through a note held by William John Bird or his clerk, Thomas Lecompte by Harker, Hasly. For P.M. & N. Thomas, agent., 7/12/1864-7/12/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5275
Bill to John Dutton from Henry Kennerly, for medicines., 4/23/1859-4/23/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5277
Promissory note from Henry Brewington to Joshua W. Phillips., 12/17/1859-12/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5278
Bill to Betsy Sterling, Nancy Lawson, and Sally Somers from E.E. J.W. Phillips, Sheriff, for legal services regarding Grace Sterling's will., 6/7/1859-6/7/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5279
Receipt of payment of taxes by Joshua W. Phillips. Signed by James V. Dennis., 12/27/1859-12/27/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5280
Note to Thomas Sudler, collector for Somerset County, from J.W. Phillips instructing him to pay William Birckhead. Receipt on verso., 4/14/1862-4/14/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5281
Request from John H. Giles to Joshua W. Phillips for Phillips to pay E.L. Bennett. Receipt on verso., 2/16/1859-2/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5283
Bill to James M. Milbound from E.E. J.W. Phillips, Sheriff, for legal services., 1/1/1859-12/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5284
Bill to Charles DeShields for fodder from Kias Kier., 1/1/1857-12/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5285
Bill to George Mister from E.E. Levin Woolford, clerk, for legal services., 3/1/1859-3/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5287
Promissory note for $14.16 by James M. Jones to Nathaniel Dashiell., 3/13/1861-3/15/1861 series 4box 1folder 1item 5328
Thomas Sudler, Collector for Somerset County to pay Purnell Toadwire $390.58 by J.M. Phillip., 1/1/1862-1/1/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5332
Promise of Robert C. Windale to pay J.W. Phillip the sum of 10 dollars and 7 cents. Promissory note., 8/14/1857-8/14/1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5334
Promise to pay $22.31 to Levin Parker, agent fo rthe heirs of Lucy Hodson by John S. Dutton, William Outton, and Nace Baly. Attested by Jonathan A. McGready., 3/17/1859-3/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5345
Promise to pay $92.49 to the heirs of Lucy Hodson by Levin Parker, Henry Rock, and William Dutton. Testified by Jonathan A. McGready. Note on reverse for a payment of $1.25 on account of Lucy Hodson by Wicks T. Clifton., 3/17/1859-6/21/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5346
Promise to pay Levin Parker, agent for the heirs of Lucy Hodson the sum of $11.67 by William Dutton and Henry Rock as testified by Jonathan McGready., 3/17/1859-3/17/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5347
3 volumes; Business ledgers from Ellicott City, MD grocer., 1/1/1912-12/31/1950 series 4box 1folder 1item 5351
Ledgerbook owned by Chandler Keys recording accounts payable to Keys., 1/1/1837-12/31/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 5352
Account book of Joseph Hopper Nicholson, Maryland State Delegate, Congressman, Judge. Some inlaid items. See biographical information attached to accession worksheet. (Folio ), 1/1/1790-12/31/1798 series 4box 1folder 1item 5353
Business account book of Thomas G. Porter and/or Samuel Porter., 1/1/1858-12/31/1858 series 4box 1folder 1item 5354
Business ledger of William Lee Brooke and [Dillon?]., 1/1/1799-12/31/1802 series 4box 1folder 1item 5355
Stagecoach voucher for Lieutenant Philip Wayer., 10/3/1815-10/3/1815 series 4box 1folder 1item 5358
Bill for counting house penknives and mohair bought from William Smith by Mr. Cox., 6/22/1779-6/22/1779 series 4box 1folder 1item 5361
Business ledger of S. Harper of Darlington. Harper's daughter, Annie E. Harper, has also used this as a drawing book and exercise book., 1/1/1848-12/31/1850 series 4box 1folder 1item 5363
Business ledger of accounts kept by John Gran Chapman (1798-1855), Maryland Whig politician and state legislator. He also served in the U.S. 29th and 30th Congresses (1845-1849). Ledger includes account os slaves sold, stocks and investments, expenditures of Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman, Chapman's Congressional expenses, pamphlets, papers and periodicals, banks, payments to George Mills ("colored carpenter"), Sam Chapman's estate, Weverton Manufacturing Company, and assorted notes and letters., 1/1/1842-12/31/1877 series 4box 1folder 1item 5380
Account book of John G. Hershey. Records of purchases, descriptions of cures for various diseases and complaints, records of sales., 1/1/1839-12/31/1865 series 4box 1folder 1item 5382
Bill of lading for shipment of goods from New York to Messr. Dorr and Wilhelm in Baltimore., 11/20/1847-11/20/1847 series 4box 1folder 1item 5385
Bay View Asylum's request for payment of invoice from Smith, Hanway & Co. Invoice listing purchase of chemicals and drugs attached., 1/3/1878-1/10/1878 series 4box 1folder 1item 5387
Business account book of John Downey - contains business and rent accounts., 1/1/1843-12/31/1859 series 4box 1folder 1item 5392
Ledger book of James Dick recording his business transactions with various individuals and firms., 1/1/1775-12/31/1782 series 4box 1folder 1item 5393
Account book of S.P. James, merchant., 1/1/1838-12/31/1840 series 4box 1folder 1item 5394
Bound volume into which Dennis B. Dorsey has transcribed excerpts from Dr. Eberle's "Materia Medica" - remedies and diseases., 12/14/1830-12/11/1832 series 4box 1folder 1item 5397
Account book of Joseph Eavey of Funkstown, Maryland. Includes 16 loose items relating to amount Eavey paid and received for goods, rents, and taxes., 1/1/1850-12/31/1854 series 4box 1folder 1item 5398
Announcement/invitation from James Keddie, bookseller and stationer of Baltimore, publicizing opening of his store on Market Street., 9/2/1794-9/2/1794 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 5415
Business ledger from the Brunner Family of Baltimore County - blacksmith, machinist, repairman., 1/1/1846-12/31/1856 series 4box 1folder 1item 5417
Indented bill in the amount of $8, signed by Alapham Blouden [?], 1/1/1770-12/31/1770 series 4box 1folder 1item 5419
Two volumes. J.H. and B.H. Ellicott, Baltimore City Iron Works, Block Street, Baltimore and B.W. Ellicott of Crofton, NJ. Outgoing correspondence. Transcriptions of legal records documenting land transactions executed by Ellicott family members. "A Memoir of the Ellicott Family, compiled for the use and instruction of his children, by Benjamin H. Ellicott," 1857., 1/1/1845-12/31/1875 series 4box 1folder 1item 5424
Receipt signed by Maryland Agricultural College Registar R.E. Nelson for monies paid to cover expenses of the son of E.V. Freeland (son's name is probably Harry Freeland)., 9/21/1881-9/21/1881 series 4box 1folder 1item 5426
Ledger account book of unknown Baltimore merchant (possibly Thomas Moffat or Carter Family). Entries include purchase of hardware, food stuffs, clothing for slaves, etc., 1/1/1786-12/31/1803 series 4box 1folder 1item 5429
Account ledger, unknown grain, hay, feed, and lumber merchant, Rising Sun, Cecil County, Maryland., 1/1/1889-12/31/1891 series 4box 1folder 1item 5430
Account book of David Jackson, Baltimore, Maryland. Includes mention of blacksmithing, butchering, laboring, plastering, weaving, wool, cider, whiskey, grain, brick, apples, salt. Comes with several loose receipts and contacts., 1/1/1826-12/31/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 5432
Account book kept by male members of the Fausnacht family, tavern-keepers in Boonsborough, Washington County, MD. The accounts list the names of local customers, dates, and prices for necessary commodities like drink, cider, supper, oats, and beer., 1/1/1831-12/31/1842 series 4box 1folder 1item 5442
Account book of Perry Beale McClery, Fredericktown, MD. Mentions medical expenses, household items, and slaves., 1/1/1846-12/31/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5443
Passenger manifest, experimental line between Bel-Air and Baltimore. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 11/10/1843-11/10/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 5468
Certificate appointing William A. Callahan as clerk of Fell's Point Market. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 2/27/1892-2/27/1892 series 4box 1folder 1item 5469
Business ledger of accounts, 1817-1830, kept by Dr. John Groome of Elkton, [Cecil County], Maryland. Groome (1769-1830). Contains listings of income derived from investments in bank stocks and bonds, along with other expenses. Accounts for the board and tuition of his children, lottery ticket disbursements, taxes, postage, newspaper subscriptions, and employment of blacks. John Groome's son was a founder of the University of Maryland, and his grandson, James Black Groome, became governor of Maryland., 1/1/1817-12/31/1830 series 4box 1folder 1item 5475
Account book of the Cherry Hill Council, No. 19, Order of United American Mechanics, commencing April 18th, 1864, at Cherry Hill, [Cecil County], Maryland, 4/18/1864-12/31/1923 series 4box 1folder 1item 5476
Account book from [Frederick County], Maryland. Also includes loose papers, such as the results of a hearing before the Orphan's Court of Frederick County., 1/1/1813-12/31/1826 series 4box 1folder 1item 5477
Document outlining terms of the sale of the Negro named Aron to by John Murry of Frederick County to Philemon Cromwell. [Frederick County], 3/1/1803-3/31/1803 (Online) series 4box 1folder 1item 5480
Ledger from the Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal Company, attributed to Frank Edwin Presey. Mentions laboreers by name, tenders, bridges, stone cutting and stone carting, pay, food, and provisions. Construction on the Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal began in 1836 and was fully completed in 1840. (Folio ), 1/1/1888-12/31/1888 series 4box 1folder 1item 5482
Account book of C.M. Shertz, Brandywine, Maryland area - includes purchases of food, household and construction goods, and tombstones., 1/1/1889-12/31/1893 series 4box 1folder 1item 6000
Account book of unidentified lumber merchant and miller - numerous entries for grain sales., 1/1/1847-12/31/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 6001
Business ledger of Weld and Shender, Cumberland, MD. Lumber and coal shippers and dealers, steam canal boats and machinery - also sellers of sundries. (Folio ), 1/1/1967-12/31/1967 series 4box 1folder 1item 6004
Business ledger of Jacob S. Baer of Middletown, Frederick County, MD. Doctor's visits and examinations he performed. 4 items inlayed. (Folio ), 1/1/1967-12/31/1967 series 4box 1folder 1item 6005
Record of Devlin family farm account for goods and services purchased and provided., 1/1/1899-12/31/1938 series 4box 1folder 1item 6016
An autograph letter signed "George Rizer" (Rose Valley, Washington County) addressed to David Hoffman of Philadelphia. Contains an early reference to American steel manufacturing: "Since you have left for Europe I addressed a few lines to the care of Mr. Montgomery for you on the subject of discovering more iron ore... . I wish to inform you by this that I have since discovered what I may say an inexhaustible quantity of what men of experience say will make steel.", 3/1/1848-3/1/1848 series 4box 1folder 1item 5485
Group of five letters total. Two of the letters were written by Samuel Riggs of Baltimore to his uncle, Elisha Riggs, in New York, regarding business and financial matters in Baltimore, as well as family news, such as a planned trip to Berkely Springs, West Virginia, in 1842. Also included is a letter from Corcoran Riggs of Washington to Henry Rogers, Esq., in Baltimore, and a letter from Samuel Riggs to Corcoran Riggs. One letter is addressed to Elisha Riggs from a different nephew, R. R. Griffith., 01/13/1835-06/08/1852 series 4box 1folder 1item 5490
74-page manuscript book keeping track of daily sales by the beer wagons in Baltimore, of the Eigenbrot Brewery and the GBS Brewing Company. The ledger book itself was produced by Lucas Brothers., 1906 series 4box 1folder 1item 5495
Post office ledger and wheelwright ledger of James F. Barnsley. The postal accounds carry balances for customers for postage, clipper mail, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, and may refer to a post office in Olney, Maryland. The wheelwright customer accounts refer to activity in Mechanicsville, Maryland, and reveal an active business making plows, coffins, bee hives, scythes, wagons, sleighs, and carriages during the period of the Civil War., 1/1/1852-12/31/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 5496
Rose, Dr. John, ledger account of patients and treatments [Baltimore City] (Folio), 10/1/1853-7/29/1862 series 4box 1folder 1item 5501
Buch, Nellie, Ledger [Unknown], 1/4/1879-12/6/1898 series 4box 1folder 1item 5505
Eversfield, Dr. William Octavus, Ledger, includes patients from the Maryland Agricultural College [Prince George's County], 1892-1894 series 4box 1folder 1item 5507
Receipt: Parcel from New York to Mrs. Ducatell [Baltimore City], 3/31/1864 series 4box 1folder 1item 5512
Broughton, Dr. Henry B., medical practice ledger indexed by head of household, includes treatment for free blacks and slaves [Cecil County], 1828-1857 series 4box 1folder 1item 5537
Wallace, Archibald. Blacksmith account book listing customer name, date, service conducted, and price for each transaction. [Cecil County], 1829-1845, 1900 series 4box 1folder 1item 5538
Receipt from F. Wyand Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and Clothing in Keedysville, MD [Washington County]. Items purchased by J. D. Keedys for a church., 1887-1889 series 4box 1folder 1item 5539
Receipt from Barnum's City Hotel for Mr. W. G. Fuch, nine days of room and board starting on May 27, 1843. Payment received by John West. Barnum's City Hotel, built in 1826, was located on Calvert and Fayette Streets in Baltimore and housed several well-known guests, including Charles Dickens in 1842., 5/27/1843-6/4/1843 series 4box 1folder 1item 5540
Receipt from J.A. Edmondson & Son, Grocers and Commission Merchants in Baltimore for sugar purchased by Mr. R. M. Merrick., 12/8/1869 series 4box 1folder 1item 5541
Receipt from J. W. Stonebraker & Co. of Hagerstown, MD., manufacturers of unadultrated aminal bone fertilizer, for dissolved bone paid for by Mr. D. Huffer, 6/12/1886 series 4box 1folder 1item 5542
Receipt from the Maryland Biscuit Company, Charles St., Baltimore, MD, for 12 tins of soda crackers and 1 box of banner mix., 1/28/1918 series 4box 1folder 1item 5543
Mortgage bond ($500) for the Western Maryland Railroad Company, signed by the president and secretary of the company., 5/23/1868 series 4box 1folder 1item 5544

Series 5: Church Records, 1730-1935 and undated (55 items)

Programs, reports, histories of churches and synods, publications, financial records, constitutions, bylaws, proceedings of conventions, catechism, pastoral letters, dedicatory services, and addresses to congregations and Sunday Schools relating to various churches, denominations, and other religious organizations within the state of Maryland. Among the topics covered are annual meetings and conferences; church anniversaries and other celebrations; lotteries; religion in colonial Maryland; ministers; various denominations such as the Society of Friends, Lutheran Synod, and the Methodist Episcopal Church; charitable and other religious organizations such as All Saints Sisters of the Poor, the Maryland State Bible Society, and the Immaculate Conception Beneficial Society; Sunday Schools; and religious issues such as gambling, amusements, and the closure of theaters on the Sabbath. Significant figures represented in the collection include James Cardinal Gibbons and Bishop Martin J. Spalding.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Church Records] series 5box 1folder 1
Programme, Methodist Episcopal Church 13th annual meeting [Baltimore City], 4/2/1909-4/2/1909 series 5box 1folder 1item 59
Methodist Episcopal Church annual conference at Harlem Park [Baltimore City], 6/1/1937-6/7/1937 series 5box 1folder 1item 151
Young Men's Bible Society, Frederick County, forty-fifth annual report, with an address by Reverend H. C. Pardue [Frederick County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 5box 1folder 1item 173
Harris, N. S., minister: Addess to Congregation of Ascension Church and reply of vestry, 1/1/1856-12/31/1856 series 5box 1folder 1item 345
Johnson, G. W.: "An interpretation of the Maryland act of religion. . .passed April 12, 1649" "The Maryland Act of Religious Toleration", 1/1/1949-12/31/1949 series 5box 1folder 1item 362
The Church at Work, newspaper, published by the Department of Publicity of the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church (Folio Oversize), 1/1/1928-12/31/1928 series 5box 1folder 1item 431
Zimmerman, L.M.: Invitation to services at Christ Lutheran Church; list of sermon topics [Baltimore City], 1/1/1918-3/31/1918 series 5box 1folder 1item 459
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications--programs of Christ Lutheran Church. Card urging congregation to donate money [Baltimore City], [undated] series 5box 1folder 1item 460
Zimmerman, L. M.: Publications--programs of Christ Lutheran Church. List of sermon topics. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1911-4/30/1911 series 5box 1folder 1item 461
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications: programs of Christ Lutheran Church. "Not Henceforth Unto Yourselves" pamphlet., [undated] series 5box 1folder 1item 462
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications: Programs of Christ Lutheran Church. "The Man I Knew" [Baltimore City], 1/1/1910-12/31/1910 series 5box 1folder 1item 463
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications--programs of Christ Lutheran Church. "Big Brother Ideals" [Baltimore City], 1/1/1915-12/31/1915 series 5box 1folder 1item 464
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications--programs of Christ Lutheran Church. "Mother's Christmas Story" [Baltimore City}, 1/1/1935-12/31/1935 series 5box 1folder 1item 465
Zimmerman, L.M.: Publications--programs of Christ Lutheran Church. "The Lenten Revival Season" [Baltimore City], [undated] series 5box 1folder 1item 466
First Independent Christ's Church, seventy-fifth anniversary, 1/1/1893-12/31/1893 series 5box 1folder 1item 475
Evangelical Lutheran proceedings of a convention of Lutheran ministers for forming a new synod [Frederick County], 12/1/1857-12/3/1857 series 5box 1folder 1item 624
St. John's Methodist Church: Golden Jubilee and history booklet 1888-1938 [Carroll County], 1/1/1888-12/31/1938 series 5box 1folder 1item 708
Catholic Church: Brochure listing rectors and pictures of churches they serve, [undated] series 5box 1folder 1item 750
Sunday school addresses by my mother, copied for Fanny Grey by her friend Amelia Pinkney, August 13, 1860 [Annapolis] 2 items, 7/11/1852-11/18/1855 series 5box 1folder 1item 908
(Ness), C.M.: Letter soliciting contributions to keep theatres closed on the Lord's Day, 3/21/1932-3/21/1932 series 5box 1folder 1item 934
German Baptist Church: Excerpt, "History of Pipe Creek Church", comments by John D. Roop on excerpt, 1/1/1933-12/31/1933 series 5box 1folder 1item 936
Julien, Eugene: Adresse a son eminence le Cardinal Gibbons, archeveque de Baltimore, a l'occasion de ses noces d'or episcopales [Baltimore City], 10/20/1918-10/20/1918 series 5box 1folder 1item 1248
Catechism of Christian Doctrine, prepared and enjoined by order of the thrid Plenary Council of Baltimore with word meanings before each chapter, Mass prayers, and hymns. Number 2 Large Type Edition, 1/1/1885-12/31/1923 series 5box 1folder 1item 1390
Society of Friends: Book of discipline established by the yearly meeting held at West River for the Province of Maryland, 1/1/1759-12/31/1759 (Online) series 5box 1folder 1item 1422
Scarborough, Katherine: Reprint of the feature article, "Time Rolled Back 168 Years," appearing in the Sunday Sun on November 7, 1954, the day the proclmation was made changing the name of the . . . Church to the Lovely Lane Methodist Church (Folio ), 11/7/1954-11/7/1954 series 5box 1folder 1item 1500
Maryland Guard, Maryland Line Company B, 1861: Descriptive roll of company, names, birthplace, where and when enlisted, age, height, complexion, remarks (Folio ), 1/1/1861-12/31/1861 series 5box 1folder 1item 1501
Colonial account book (no place): Original manuscript, 1766-1774, about 4" by 7 3/4", bound in vellum, gives amounts of tithes for about 20 people, kept by a landowner or clergyman, approximately 35 pages, 1/1/1766-12/31/1774 series 5box 1folder 1item 1939
50th anniversary of the Westminster Presbyterian Church at Georgetown, Maryland, July 24, 1921, typescript [Kent County], 7/24/1921-7/24/1921 series 5box 1folder 1item 2021
Quarterly conference record of Methodist Episcopal (Baltimore conference) Church South; includes roll, positions, date, place, responses to questions, membership, finances, miscellaneous business, reports of Sunday school group,. . . includes 2046a,, 1/1/1902-12/31/1906 series 5box 1folder 1item 2046
James Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore to A. P. Gorman: Autographed signed letter, January 30, 1891, request for aid for natives of Alaska [Baltimore City], 1/30/1891-1/30/1891 series 5box 1folder 1item 2262
First Methodist Church, Baltimore, program, November 7, 1954, brief sketch of Love Lane Meeting House [Baltimore City], 11/7/1954-11/7/1954 series 5box 1folder 1item 2283
Quarterly conference records Methodist Protestant church, Salisbury, 1865-1898, lists of officers, trustees, minutes, 1/1/1865-12/31/1898 series 5box 1folder 1item 2303
Society of Friends: Typed manuscript, report of William L. Amos to Society of Friends, Septem 21, 1908, on laws governing gambling and amusements and state and county agricultural fairs, include 2324a, letter from Edward Janney to William Amos, 11/5/1908, 9/21/1908-11/5/1908 series 5box 1folder 1item 2324
Hez Waters, Baltimore, autographed letter signed to Philip Rogers, October 22, 1822, regarding a debt of $211owed the heirs of Captain Yellcott by St. Peter's Church. [Baltimore City], 10/22/1822-10/22/1822 series 5box 1folder 1item 2407
Act for the relief of John McPherson and other lottery managers of the Presbyterian Church; endorsed by the House of Delegates, January 10, 1820 (Folio ), 1/10/1820-1/10/1820 series 5box 1folder 1item 2653
Autograph letter signed, Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, March 26, 1753, to Lords Commissioners of the Treasury in favor of Reverend Mathias Harris, departing for Province of Maryland, America, for ministerial duties; letter requests His Majesty's Bounty of twenty pounds to pay his passage, 3/26/1753-3/26/1753 series 5box 1folder 1item 2847
Reverend Roy R. Gilson to Joseph de Rey Disharoon, autograph letter signed, April 20, 1929 regarding use of chaperones at church dances (Salisbury) [Wicomico County], 4/20/1929-4/20/1929 series 5box 1folder 1item 3246
Certificate, document signed, Somerset County, October 10, 1858, Rollinson Whittingham, Bishop of Maryland, Clement Goslee receives confirmation of Catholic Church [Somerset County], 10/10/1858-10/10/1858 series 5box 1folder 1item 3472
Certificate, document signed, Somerset County, October 10, 1858, William Rollinson Whittingham, Bishop of Maryland, Olivia E. Goslee receives confirmation in Catholic Church [Somerset County], 10/10/1858-10/10/1858 series 5box 1folder 1item 3473
Nottingham. Monthly meeting book. [Baltimore County], 1/1/1730-12/31/1838 series 5box 1folder 1item 3823
Evangelical Reformed Church at Howard's Hill. Lottery Book, includes lottery records and draft of letter from Peter Hoffman with specification for bell to be purchased from lottery proceeds. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1789-4/30/1789 series 5box 1folder 1item 3864
Pinckney, Bishop W., clergyman (Bladensburg) To General S.S. Carroll, explaining why he was unable to celebrate the wedding of the General's daughter. [Prince George's County], 12/13/1877-12/13/1877 series 5box 1folder 1item 3901
Hymn prepared for and sung at confirmation in Evangelical Lutheran Chuch of Taneytown, with statement attesting to Joseph Shunk's confirmation. [Carroll County], 6/2/1832-6/2/1832 series 5box 1folder 1item 4263
4 letters from Archbishop Martin J. Spalding of the Archbishopric of Baltimore to Monsignore Ricci. Written in Italian while in Rome., 12/16/1869-5/21/1870 series 5box 1folder 1item 4498
Sunday school treasurer's account book., 1/1/1850-12/31/1888 series 5box 1folder 1item 5190
Minutes of Missionary Workers of Emmittsburg, Maryland., 1/1/1896-12/31/1900 series 5box 1folder 1item 5214
Letter from John W. Hoffman to Rev. William R. Whittingham regarding Whittingham's election as Episcopate of the Maryland Diocese. Congratulations and wishes for his success., 7/27/1840-7/27/1840 series 5box 1folder 1item 5384
Proceedings of the First Independent Church of Baltimore - resolutions, proposals for sale of stock., 6/1/1825-6/1/1825 series 5box 1folder 1item 5413
Engraving of Cardinal James Gibbons. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., [undated] series 5box 1folder 1item 5448
"Sketches of Nine Old Colonial Churches of Southern Maryland," copied by Mrs. Frederick Sparrow, Vice Chairman Historic Spots, District of Columbia, D. A. R. Includes St. John's Church, Broad Creek, Oxon Hill, and St. Barnabas Chapel; William and Mary Parish, Christ Church, Piccapnapen; and Chaptico Church, Valley Lee, St. Mary's Parish, and All Faith Parish St. Mary's County. Includes black and white photographs and essays., 1941 series 5box 1folder 1item 5494

Series 6: Civil and Social Organizations, 1740-1950 and undated (68 items)

Reports, publications, constitutions, bylaws, programs, convention proceedings, correspondence, minutes, organizational histories, membership lists, and other miscellaneous records documenting the activities of various civic and social organizations. Included are agricultural societies, benevolent and sporting associations, temperance groups, medical and dental associations, groups for descendants of war veterans and for the preservation of Marylanders' German heritage, political clubs, and literary societies. Examples of groups represented are the: Maryland State Horticultural Society, Maryland State Fireman's Association, Young Men's Christian Association, Freemasons, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Germania Club, Independent Order of Oddfellows, Medical Society of Harford County, Union Temperance Society, Engineers Club, Farmers League of Maryland, and the Baltimore County Club.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Civil and Social Organizations] series 6box 1folder 1
Accounts of Charles Carroll for amounts owed on land deeds and others., 1/1/1740-12/31/1832 series 6box 1folder 1item 1
Constitution, Farmers League of Maryland., 6/21/1901-6/21/1901 series 6box 1folder 1item 63
Maryland State Funeral Directors Association, Inc. Constitution and By-Laws, 3/13/1935-3/13/1935 series 6box 1folder 1item 119
Kent County Agricultural Association. Premiums and regulations of the fifth Annual Fair. (Kent County), 9/1/1875-12/31/1875 series 6box 1folder 1item 129
Colonial Dames of America 1918, Directory, 1/1/1918-12/31/1918 series 6box 1folder 1item 136
Freemasons (Maryland, Grand Lodge) Constitution, by-laws and standing orders and resolutions, 1/1/1897-12/31/1897 series 6box 1folder 1item 137
Maryland Court Clerks Association Program, fifth annual meeting., 8/11/1961-8/12/1961 series 6box 1folder 1item 147
Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Record of Service., 1/1/1944-12/31/1944 series 6box 1folder 1item 148
149 and 149a (2 items). Maryland Cooperative Milk Producers, Inc. Program, 2nd & 4th annual meeting. In Jan. 30, 1937 program, also 19th annual meeting of the Md. State dairymen's assoc. inc. 1937, 1939, 1/1/1937-12/31/1939 series 6box 1folder 1item 149
150 and 150a (2 items). The Maryland State Dairymen's Association, Inc. 14th & 16th Annual meetings, 1/1/1937-12/31/1939 series 6box 1folder 1item 150
Maryland State Firemen's Association. Proceedings, 19th Annual Convention, 6/7/1911-6/9/1911 series 6box 1folder 1item 157
Seamen's Union, Society of Bethel, Second Annual Report [Baltimore City], 1/1/1825-12/31/1825 series 6box 1folder 1item 163
Medical Society of Harford County, constitution, by-laws, code of ethics, fee bill, list of members [Harford County], 1/1/1867-12/31/1867 series 6box 1folder 1item 172
Freemasons (Maryland, Grand Lodge) Album, 5/1/1887-5/31/1887 series 6box 1folder 1item 175
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), Delaware, Maryland, D.C., West Virginia, summary of the 22-24 annual meeting, 1/1/1894-12/31/1896 series 6box 1folder 1item 177
Henry Clay Lyceum, Constitution and by-laws [Baltimore City], 1/1/1855-12/31/1855 series 6box 1folder 1item 241
Baltimore water color club catalog, First Annual Exhibition [Baltimore City], 1/1/1892-12/31/1892 series 6box 1folder 1item 329
Smith, L.C.: Historical records of Harford Chapter, number 114, United Daughters of the Confederacy, volumes 1 and 2, Muster Roll [Harford County], 1/1/1912-12/31/1912 series 6box 1folder 1item 434
Smith, L.C.: Historical Records of Harford Chapter number 114, United Daughters of the Confederacy, volume 3; volume 3 has two title pages, one saying muster roll not so, contains two news clippings. [Harford County], 1/1/1912-12/31/1912 series 6box 1folder 1item 435
American Poultry Association minute book, 1/1/1910-12/31/1915 series 6box 1folder 1item 476
Farmer's Club of___ Constitution, [undated] series 6box 1folder 1item 595
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad leaflet, centenary exhibition and pageant [Baltimore City], 9/24/1927-10/8/1927 series 6box 1folder 1item 598
Association of Maryland Horse Shows, Inc.: Constitution, by-laws, rules, 1/1/1950-12/31/1950 series 6box 1folder 1item 604
Quick, A.M.: History of the Engineers Club of Baltimore, 1905-1940 [Baltimore City], 1/1/1941-12/31/1941 series 6box 1folder 1item 649
Green Srping Valley Hunt Club: Pamphlet containing lists of officers, committees, members, etc; 713a included, dates for 713 and 713a noted as 1903 and 1922 [Baltimore City], 1/1/1903-12/31/1922 series 6box 1folder 1item 713
University Club: Pamphlet containing information on founding of club, etc. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 6box 1folder 1item 714
Steuart, R.D.: Letter relative to needs and activities of the Maryland Academy of Sciences [Baltimore City], 1/24/1931-1/24/1931 series 6box 1folder 1item 742
Maryland Seed Corn Breeders' Association: Constitution and by-laws, programme, annual meeting, and show, [undated] series 6box 1folder 1item 743
Maryland Seed Corn Breeders' Association: Constitution and by-laws, programmes, annual meeting and show [Baltimore City], 12/3/1907-12/4/1907 series 6box 1folder 1item 744
Maryland Prisoners Aid Association: Circular, advice to inmates of public institutions, 1/1/1896-12/31/1896 series 6box 1folder 1item 763
Maryland state poultry council: Paper and entry form, includes 816a, 1/1/1936-12/31/1952 series 6box 1folder 1item 816
Maryland Society for the Prevention of Blindness: Survey and report, 1/1/1937-12/31/1938 series 6box 1folder 1item 824
Society for the history of the Germans in Maryland: Charter and by-laws [Baltimore City], 2/27/1950-2/27/1950 series 6box 1folder 1item 832
Young Men's Christian Association of Maryland: Model legislature book, parliamentary procedure, etc, 5 pieces, includes 845a-d, 1/1/1947-12/31/1947 series 6box 1folder 1item 845
Maryland tobacco growing association: Names of members, cities, and counties, 23 sheets, 1/1/1907-12/31/1908 series 6box 1folder 1item 846
Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers Home: Tournament program listing officers, Sir Knights, rules; 7 verses "My Maryland, My Maryland", 2 pieces, includes 849a, 9/13/1897-9/13/1897 series 6box 1folder 1item 849
Maryland State Horticultural Society programs, includes 867a, 1/1/1902-12/31/1905 series 6box 1folder 1item 867
Farmer's mid-winter exhibit, Frederick, Maryland, premium list [Frederick County], 1/13/1909-1/15/1909 series 6box 1folder 1item 894
Green Spring Valley Fox Hounds: Booklet, names of whips; age, names , sires, dams of hounds; 3 items, includes 926-926b, 1/1/1902-12/31/1905 series 6box 1folder 1item 926
The Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America: Organization rules and constitution, 1/1/1913-12/31/1913 series 6box 1folder 1item 1385
Freemasons (Savage Factory, Howard County): By-laws of Solomon's Lodge, Number 121; held at Savage, Howard County, J. H. Medairy and Company Printer, Baltimore [c. 187?] ; 23-page book contains information from the Grand Lodge of Maryland, [undated] series 6box 1folder 1item 1944
Union Temperance Society of Middletown Town Valley Daybook (Frederick County?), 1831-1874; Incidents of the Rebellion in Maryland, 1862-1870; list of treatments, results, disease, 1865-1865. George Blessing estate inventory 1874, 1/1/1831-1/1/1874 series 6box 1folder 1item 1989
B. W. Hall, Baltimore, President, Maryland Agricultural Society, autographed letter signed, February 23, 1829, to C. Chessant, Vice Consul of France [Baltimore City], 2/23/1829-2/23/1829 series 6box 1folder 1item 2213
Typed letter, Mrs. A. V. Eidman, October 1922, President of Ladies Aid Society of the General German Orphan Home; letter to no specific member of the organization, discusses upcoming meeting and plans, 10/1/1922-10/31/1922 series 6box 1folder 1item 2810
Typed letter, Baltimore, February 10, 1910, Honorable M. E. O'Donoghue encouraging a unified movement to pass a bill in Congress for civil servant retirement benefits [Baltimore City], 2/10/1910-2/10/1910 series 6box 1folder 1item 3550
Statement, typed document, Washington, DC, March 19, 1925, Jacob W. Starr: Description of the efforts made to pass a bill for retirement benefits for Federal employees through Congress [Washington DC], 3/19/1925-3/19/1925 series 6box 1folder 1item 3565
Document, typed document, Baltimore, January 19, 1910, anonymous: Minutes of a meeting of Baltimore Branch of the U. S. Civil Service Retirement Association [Baltimore City], 1/19/1910-1/19/1910 series 6box 1folder 1item 3585
Maryland State Horticultural Society College Park. List of prizes for exhibits. [Prince George's County], 12/28/1904-12/29/1904 series 6box 1folder 1item 3723
Washington Agricultural Association. Premium list of Judges. ( Oversize), 9/20/1904-9/22/1904 series 6box 1folder 1item 3973
Photocopies of FBI documents concerning activities of the Communist Party in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Please note: there are more Calcott documents in unprocessed HISTMS (under "Calcott") [four folders] [Baltimore City], 1/1/1941-12/31/1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 4008
Minutes of a committee meeting for the arrangement of a centennial celebration in Quantico., 6/1/1876-6/30/1876 series 6box 1folder 1item 4601
3 bound volumes. Records of the Little Elk Tribe #50 of the Imperial Order of Red Men, Cherry Hill, Cecil County., 1/1/1903-12/31/1926 series 6box 1folder 1item 4603
Mss. ledger of meeting minutes, Little Elk Tribe No. 50, Improved Order of Red Men, Cherry Hill, Cecil County, MD., 1/1/1897-12/31/1910 series 6box 1folder 1item 5428
Pair of bound volumes comprising manuscript and partially printed applicatoins for admission into various Maryalnd chapters of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The first volume contains application forms dated 1899-1925 for admission into Fitzhugh Lee Chapter No. 87 (Frederick, Maryland); the second contains application forms for various other chapters in Maryland and transferals of memberships (1930-1938). The applications contain a great deal of genealogical information. [Frederick County] [Baltimore City] [Annapolis], 1/1/1798-12/31/1850 series 6box 1folder 1item 5484
Invitation to November 19, 1910 meeting of the Society of the Ark and the Dove; pulled from donation of books to the UMCP Libraries; also includes program and information letter., 1/1/1933-12/31/1933 series 6box 1folder 1item 6008
Invitation to May 20, 1967 meeting of the Society of the Ark and the Dove; pulled from donation of books to UMCP Libraries., 1/1/1923-12/31/1923 series 6box 1folder 1item 6009
Invitation to April 23, 1923 meeting of the Society of the Ark and the Dove., 1/1/1849-12/31/1860 series 6box 1folder 1item 6013
Program of the Baltimore Conference of the Itinerants' Club., 1/1/1828-12/31/1834 series 6box 1folder 1item 6014
Menu and program from the Association of German Freemasons meeting in Baltimore in 1909., 1/1/1899-12/31/1938 series 6box 1folder 1item 6015
Baltimore Billiards Club contract signed by 79 men, including Jerome N. Bonaparte, several members of the Carroll family, and two members of the Patterson family. [Baltimore City], circa 1830 series 6box 1folder 1item 5515

Series 7: Diaries, 1800-1922 and undated (25 items)

Diaries, both personal and business, meteorological journals, medical practice accounts, field books and daybooks. Individual records of business appointments; school, family, and social activities; agricultural and meteorological observations; court cases; literary themes and poetry; and financial accounts. Among the individuals whose diaries appear in the collection are William D. Bowie, Edward Y. Goldsborough, Dr. Henry B. Broughton, and Jeremiah H. Gray.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Diaries] series 7box 1folder 1
Tiller, Richard E.: Field record book, also lists places for lodging and eating, 1/1/1943-1/31/1947 series 7box 1folder 1item 1276
L. Sappington, (1848?---): Liberty (Frederick County?): Diaries: a)1864 b)letterbook 1864 d)1868 e)poems f)poems. holograph manuscript. [Frederick County], 1/1/1864-12/31/1869 series 7box 1folder 1item 2276
John Phillips: Financial record, Spring Hall, Wicomico County, 1858-1882, 1/1/1858-12/31/1882 series 7box 1folder 1item 2305
Private diary of Charles Crane, September 1859. Mentions Harper's Ferry and attack on the U.S. Arsenal. The diary opens with the death of his brother, John H. Crane. Charles also discusses his newfound religious beliefs and his desire to be a devout Christian. [Baltimore City], 9/1/1859-11/6/1859 series 7box 1folder 1item 2822
Pocket Almanac for the year 1800, Bonsal and Niles, Baltimore; also, memoranda notes, receipts for 1799, 1800, Dr. Claggett, weddings, christenings [Baltimore City], 1/1/1799-12/31/1800 series 7box 1folder 1item 3616
Diary, Philadelphia, September 20, 1875 to 1876, Jeremiah Gray: Account of working in a colored mission, 9/20/1875-6/24/1880 series 7box 1folder 1item 3675
Jarrett, S. Lee. Diary, describes school, family and social activities. [Harford County], 5/18/1893-4/23/1894 series 7box 1folder 1item 3890
Pigman, Hanson B. Journal, includes his literary themes and memoranda on his application for clerk of the court of Allegany County. [Allegany County], 1/1/1833-12/31/1845 series 7box 1folder 1item 3964
Pinckney, William. Journal, includes his impressions during a trip through New England., 1/1/1850-12/31/1850 series 7box 1folder 1item 3967
Book of drawings of pastoral scenes and people, "drawn by my precious sister Anne when a child" [Baltimore City], [undated] series 7box 1folder 1item 4023
3 volumes (mdms 4493 a-c) of office diaries for the years 1942-1944 of J.M. Mousson of Baltimore, Maryland., 1/1/1942-12/31/1944 series 7box 1folder 1item 4493
Letterbook of Thomas Russell. Discusses Colonial Period iron industry in Virginia primarily and Daybook of Russell's niece, Ann Russell - combined into front and rear of volume., 1/1/1816-12/31/1817 series 7box 1folder 1item 4634
1 volume; account book of the Cradock family - medical entries, estate accountings, real estate debts, and taxes. (Folio ), 1/1/1808-12/31/1917 series 7box 1folder 1item 4780
Copy book of Capt. William Stafford includes Spanish exercises and letter and accounts relating to shipping., 1/1/1829-12/31/1839 series 7box 1folder 1item 4868
Manuscript ledger of unidentified Quaker craftsman - records for various goods and services - Back Creek Valley & Union Bridge., 1/1/1858-12/31/1873 series 7box 1folder 1item 4891
Small, pencil-written diary of Private L.J. Watkins, 1st Maryland Cavalry, CSA. Describes many battles in detail., 8/1/1864-11/30/1864 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 5390
Diary of Sue Howell, young lady of Baltimore, including detailed descriptions of her daily life from January to July of 1853., 1/1/1853-12/31/1853 series 7box 1folder 1item 5411
26 page mss. Diary of Private Emory Wilcox, 8th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment. Wilcox's inscribed copy of Paradise Lost by John Milton (New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1860) transferred to Marylandia and Rare Books., 1/1/1864-12/31/1864 series 7box 1folder 1item 5427
Manuscript notebook of Frederick County, Maryland, court proceedings copied for personal reference by Thomas Contee Worthington (1782-1847) lawyer, soldier, and U.S. Representative (1825-1827)., 1/1/1804-12/31/1841 series 7box 1folder 1item 5431
Fort McHenry in the Civil War. 96 page diary written by Corporal Edwin Keay (Co. C and E, 91st New York). Mention of guarding prisoners and the death of Abraham Lincoln. Includes background research and transcription by Apfelbaum., 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 7box 1folder 1item 5433
Diary of Susan M. Gale, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Mrs. Gale was a young widow and mother and discusses her day to day activities, attendance at social functions, and her many suitors. She talks frankly on the topic of men, marriage, and slavery., 1/1/1859-12/31/1868 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 5440
Diary documenting political campaign of A. Earl Shipley (former Senator in Carroll County) for Baltimore County District. Mention of Theodore R. McKeldin. Campaign is in late 1940s. Additional lists and accounts in book from 1929., 1/1/1926-12/31/1941 series 7box 1folder 1item 5472
Combination letter copybook and diary kept by Dr. James Garry, an Irishman who immigrated to the United States in 1828. Letters preserved in copybook detail hi immigration, his first years in Baltimore (where he studied medicine), his work as Corresponding Secretary of the "Associated Friends of Ireland in the City of Baltimore," his continuing self-education in the Classics, interest in American politics, and solicitude for siblings who remained in Ireland. Inside cover contains several recipes. [Baltimore City], [undated] series 7box 1folder 1item 5483
Photocopy of transcriptions of a diary and letters written by Abel Teple Laforge and geneological information on Laforge's family. Laforge's unit, 106th New York Infantry Regiment,saw action in Maryland during the Civil War., 1/1/1936-12/31/1936 series 7box 1folder 1item 6002
Diary kept by Mary Elizabeth Barnes, a student at Dr. and Mrs. Rivers's private boarding school in Govanstown, Baltimore County, Maryland. Mary Elizabeth Barnes was approximately twelve to fourteen years of age at the time the diary was written. Described are lessons, religious services, interactions with schoolmates, and weather conditions., 1855-1856 series 7box 1folder 1item 5498
Rose, Dr. John, ledger account of patients and treatments [Baltimore City] (Folio), 10/1/1853-7/29/1862 series 7box 1folder 1item 5501
Broughton, Dr. Henry B., medical practice ledger indexed by head of household, includes treatment for free blacks and slaves [Cecil County, MD], 1828-1857 series 7box 1folder 1item 5537

Series 8: Education, 1795-1990 and undated (64 items)

Correspondence; class exercises; reports; minutes; legal and financial records; school histories; commencement, dedication and convention programs; catalogs; and records of student organizations relating to education and various learning institutions in the state of Maryland. Among the individuals represented in the records are Blair Lee, Charles Benedict Calvert, Leonard Bowie, and B. Franklin Greene. Particular institutions covered include the Patapsco Female Institute, West Nottingham Academy, Maryland Agricultural College, U.S. Naval Academy, Hagerstown Female Seminary, Peabody Institute, Goucher College, and McDonogh School.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Education] series 8box 1folder 1
Maryland Institute [College of Art] building dedication. [Baltimore City], 11/23/1908-11/23/1908 series 8box 1folder 1item 342
Western Female High School Program, annual commencement held at Academy of Music, 6/29/1881-6/29/1881 series 8box 1folder 1item 587
Supervisor's report: Observations and examinations of classes and critical evaluations of teachers and principals in various schools [Baltimore City], 1/1/1881-12/31/1881 series 8box 1folder 1item 621
Laurel Agricultural and Industrial Instititute commencement program; Letter to Professor Taliaferro asking him to attend Farmer's conference at institute, includes 885a [Prince George's County], 5/24/1910-5/26/1910 series 8box 1folder 1item 885
Albert, W.J.: Copybook, letters in 2 different hands--personal and business--some miscellaneous papers, includes 940a-g [Baltimore City], 1/1/1856-12/31/1864 series 8box 1folder 1item 940
St. John's College, Frederick, M.: Commendation slip for Master C. Burger for regular attendance during the whole of class time in the past week [Frederick County], 2/27/1864-2/27/1864 series 8box 1folder 1item 1133
St. John's College, Frederick, M.: Commendation slip for Master Richard Lamar for regular attendance during the whole of class time in the past week [Frederick County], 3/12/1864-3/12/1864 series 8box 1folder 1item 1134
St. John's College, Frederick, M.: Commendation slip for Master Richard Lamar for regular attendance during the whole of class time in the past week. [Frederick County], 10/8/1864-10/8/1864 series 8box 1folder 1item 1135
St. Mary's Seminary: List of the superiors, professors, and students ordained 1791-1916, 66- page pamphlet [Baltimore City], 1/1/1917-12/31/1917 series 8box 1folder 1item 1551
Byrd, Harvey L.: Diploma, 1849, to Harvey L. Byrd, by Philadelphia College of Medicine, Doctorem Arte Medica ( Oversize), 1/1/1849-12/31/1849 series 8box 1folder 1item 1868
Byrd, Harvey L.: Certificate, 1854, to Harvey L. Byrd from Emory College graduation as second candidate seal affixed (Folio ), [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 1869
Byrd, Harvey L.: Diploma, 1867, to Harvey L. Byrd by University of Pennsylvania as Doctor ( Oversize), 1/1/1867-12/31/1867 series 8box 1folder 1item 1870
Byrd, Harvey L.: Diploma, 1871, to Harvey L. Byrd by the facculas Medica er Chirurgica Marylandia (Folio ), 1/1/1871-12/31/1871 series 8box 1folder 1item 1871
Kefauver, Harry J.: Diploma, June 19, 1901, the degree of Master of Arts to Harry J. Kefauver, conferred by the trustees of the Maryland Agricultural College, seal attached (Folio ), 6/19/1901-6/19/1901 series 8box 1folder 1item 1872
Nicholas Brice, Holograph manuscript signed, September 1, 1795, regarding the unification of Washington College and a college on the western shore and the creation of a University of Maryland [Baltimore County], 9/1/1795-9/1/1795 series 8box 1folder 1item 2037
D.M. Mechen, autographed document signed, February 1, 1796: Plea against Thomas Craddock of the visitors and governors of St. John's College, 2/1/1796-2/1/1796 series 8box 1folder 1item 2038
Parker Monath, Carroll County, 6th grade report card, Mt. Ventus school, 1914 [Carroll County], 1/1/1914-12/31/1914 series 8box 1folder 1item 2293
John Mann: Mathematics school copybooks, Franklin County, Pennsylvania and Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, 1818-1819, includes 2685a, 1/1/1818-12/31/1819 series 8box 1folder 1item 2685
School book of Caroline Belt Moore, 1835, Howard County, Ellicott Mills, 10 pages of alphabet [Howard County], 1/1/1835-12/31/1835 series 8box 1folder 1item 2817
Autograph document signed, Dorchester, January 10, 1855, trustees: J. A. McCready is appointed teacher of primary school at Henry's Cross Roads [Dorchester County], 1/10/1855-1/10/1855 series 8box 1folder 1item 3574
School Commission. Cost for new schools and repair on schools [Prince George's County]., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 3709
Briscoe, Henry, S. J. Typed document signed. William Feige order to install plumbing and heating at cost of $1,183.00 in Laurel High School. [Prince George's County], 11/1/1910-11/1/1910 series 8box 1folder 1item 3710
Zntzinger, O. B. (real estate). Charles Stanley Co. Commission levied $650 to Hyattsville School. [Prince George's County]., 1/12/1911-1/12/1911 series 8box 1folder 1item 3711
County Commision of Prince George's County. Autograph document signed William Feige. Payment of $1,183.00 for work at Laurel High School. [Prince George's County]., 2/15/1911-2/15/1911 series 8box 1folder 1item 3712
Whitlock, J.A. (member of Board of Trustees). Letter to commissioners of Prince George's County charging seventy-five dollars for repair to Hyattsville School. [Prince George's County], 2/24/1911-2/24/1911 series 8box 1folder 1item 3738
Walters, G.W., Jr. cashier., Citizen's National Bank of Laurel To Charles Henry St. John Briscoe, a bell for repairs at Laurel High School. (Prince George's County), 2/3/1911-2/3/1911 series 8box 1folder 1item 3812
Fraser, Elizabeth C. (Wilmington, Delaware) To Carrie L.P. Roberts, about teaching and mutual friends., 9/21/1869-9/21/1869 series 8box 1folder 1item 3883
Deshons, J.H. To John Thomas Blake, describing his life as a student. [Baltimore City], 12/4/1859-12/4/1859 series 8box 1folder 1item 3966
Circular publicizing the Maryland Institute of Education and its purpose. Also solicites membership., 9/12/1842-9/12/1842 series 8box 1folder 1item 4006
Blank certificates of distinction from Briarly Hall Military Academy in Poolesville, MD., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4019
From R.C. Bowie to trustees of Maryland Agricultural College requesting transfer of stock to Leonard Bowie. [Prince George's County], 1/16/1869-1/16/1869 series 8box 1folder 1item 4236
Volume of compositions written by students at Patapsco Female Institute including Emile Jones, Laura Johnson, Elvira Jones, Margaret Chrisman. [Howard County], 1/1/1846-6/9/1849 series 8box 1folder 1item 4237
Records of the Union Sabbath School of New Windsor, Maryland. [Carroll County], 5/16/1869-6/30/1873 series 8box 1folder 1item 4238
From B. Franklin Greene to Reverend W.A. Whittingham regarding professorship of English at Washington College., 9/14/1843-9/14/1843 series 8box 1folder 1item 4261
Account book of Andrew McKinney's private school. Bound volume. [Baltimore City], 11/4/1861-6/29/1866 series 8box 1folder 1item 4332
From Francis Scott Key. Discusses building a school house in Frederick Town. [Frederick County], 12/22/1812-12/22/1812 series 8box 1folder 1item 4336
French/English class exercises of Nellie M. Reynolds written on Hagerstown Seminary for Young Girls stationary. (Washington County), [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4426
Performance bond binding Philip Clovinger, William Tabler, and Isaac Runner to pay the State of Maryland 100 pounds unless Clovinger complies with the directions of an act of assembly designed to establish a University of Maryland. Signed by John Colgate., 7/1/1802-7/1/1802 series 8box 1folder 1item 4479
2 quotations with source references about Free Schools in New England., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4598
State of Maryland against Henry Landis Harman Hirsh. Regarding a debt. Quotes from the act which established the University of Maryland., 5/7/1802-5/7/1802 series 8box 1folder 1item 4621
Payment order signed by Joseph M. Ebberts, Treasurer of Board of School Commissioners for Frederick County and certification of his appointment as Treasurer, signed by Lewis H. Steiner., 9/2/1865-9/2/1865 series 8box 1folder 1item 4646
School exercise and correspondence book of J.H. Jamar who was attending the Mount Washington Rugby Institute., 1/1/1856-12/31/1857 series 8box 1folder 1item 4706
11 pages of notes pertaining to medicine ["surgery"]., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4722
Notes on laws of physics., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4745
Recommendations for various medicines (purgative pills, opium); dosages., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4748
Recipes for Dropsy, [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4749
Notes on "qualities of alkalis, acids, sulfur, and other chemicals.", [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4750
List of [graudates?]., 6/11/1840-6/11/1840 series 8box 1folder 1item 4758
[penmanship sample/practice?], [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4881
[penmanship sample/practice?], [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 4882
Sunday school treasurer's account book., 1/1/1850-12/31/1888 series 8box 1folder 1item 5190
Paper prepared for HIST 398 by Amy Blachowicz entitled "Colonial Maryland Women and the Crime of Bastardy.", 1/1/1990-12/31/1990 series 8box 1folder 1item 5350
Business ledger of S. Harper of Darlington. Harper's daughter, Annie E. Harper, has also used this as a drawing book and exercise book., 1/1/1848-12/31/1850 series 8box 1folder 1item 5363
School ledger (2nd grade) of Blair Lee. Includes note from Lee's teacher notifying him of promotion to third grade received from Dr. Harrar via Dean Reese Cleghorn. See also correspondence in control file., 1/1/1922-12/31/1923 series 8box 1folder 1item 5366
History of the Takoma Café written by Cindy Forbes. Honors paper. See correspondence in control file., 1/1/1987-12/31/1987 series 8box 1folder 1item 5367
Case Study in Historic House Research by Susan E. Cook, winner of the 1990 Margaret Cook Award presented by the Prince George's County Historical and Cultural Trust and Prince George's Heritage., 12/20/1989-12/20/1989 series 8box 1folder 1item 5369
Winners of the Margaret Cook Award by the University of Maryland Preservation Program and the Prince George's County Historical and Cultural Trust. Peter Pearre's "Contextualism: building the new within the old.", 12/18/1987-12/18/1987 series 8box 1folder 1item 5370
Program/advertisement for Lee Seminary for Young Ladies and Little Girls, no. 254 North Carey Street, Baltimore., [undated] series 8box 1folder 1item 5441
Letter from Charles Benedict Calvert (founder of the University of Maryland) to J. C. Nicholson, Esq. in Baltimore discussing the founding plans for the Maryland Agricultural College. [Prince George's County], 9/29/1858-9/29/1858 series 8box 1folder 1item 5473
Collection of letters and report cards relating to the National Park Seminary in Forest Glen, Maryland. Included is a note in French to A. Benedict Schneider, Cleveland, from Jacqueline Sonolet; a letter to Mrs. Schneider from Mrs. Cogswell regarding Mary Schneider; a letter from Mary? To her parents, and five of Mary's report cards. [Montgomery County], 1/1/1931-12/31/1932 series 8box 1folder 1item 5487
Diary kept by Mary Elizabeth Barnes, a student at Dr. and Mrs. Rivers's private boarding school in Govanstown, Baltimore County, Maryland. Mary Elizabeth Barnes was approximately twelve to fourteen years of age at the time the diary was written. Described are lessons, religious services, interactions with schoolmates, and weather conditions., 1855-1856 series 8box 1folder 1item 5498
Maryland Agricultural College. List of artisans and skilled laborers [1858] in envelope who worked on the main college building, "The Barracks," found in the box retrieved from the cornerstone when the building burned in 1912., 1858 series 8box 1folder 1item 1741
Israel, Thomas: Essay on Soccer [Prince George's County], 12/3/1919-12/3/1919 series 8box 1folder 1item 5508
"The Guiding Star": Frederick Female Seminary Literary Journal [Frederick County], 4/15/1864 series 8box 1folder 1item 5520

Series 9: Election, 1840-1972 and undated (31 items)

Correspondence, sample ballots, broadsides, publications, constitutions, and certificates documenting or discussing party polities and platforms; national and state political conventions; election results and expenses; candidate endorsements; political campaigns, in particular the presidential campaign of Wendell Wilkie; election district boundaries; Communist Party activities in Maryland and the District of Columbia; and the certification of the election of various officials. Among the political figures mentioned in the documents are John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, Wendell Wilkie, Morris Soper, Benjamin C. Howard, Phillips Lee Goldsborough, and Reverdy Johnson.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Election] series 9box 1folder 1
Republican Party platform brochure published by the Republican State Central Committee, 1/1/1938-12/31/1938 series 9box 1folder 1item 117
Democratic Party, Maryland, Democratic ticket, 1/1/1879-12/31/1879 series 9box 1folder 1item 185
Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Brief of appellant C. Gwinn vs. J. Gwone, Governor of Maryland, election returns [Anne Arundel County], 10/1/1875-10/1/1875 series 9box 1folder 1item 233
Thomas, R. and Ridgely, C.S.: Letter to John L. Kerr informing him of his election to Senate [Annapolis], 12/30/1840-12/30/1840 series 9box 1folder 1item 641
Prince Geoges County: Expense account for elections of November 11, 1911 for elections for districts; miscellaneous bill 1908-1909 omited for those years [Prince George's County], 1/1/1911-12/31/1911 series 9box 1folder 1item 972
Howard, Benjamin C.: Letter to I. I. Speed commenting on the Jackson party in Annapolis, 3/26/1829-3/26/1829 series 9box 1folder 1item 1400
[Graves], John J.: Letter to S.G. presenting a scheme of Congressional districts to meet the requisition of the new apportionment [Baltimore City], 8/23/1842-8/23/1842 series 9box 1folder 1item 1401
The National Convention at Baltimore, June 7, [1863], 9" x 11 1/2", the platforms for the National Convention at Baltimore and the Democratic National Convention at Chicago, 6/1/1863-8/31/1863 series 9box 1folder 1item 1713
Maryland Committee for Representative Government, Bulletin, November 1947, Volume 1, Number 3, contains American Bill of Rights, articles on groups and reports, 11/1/1947-11/30/1947 series 9box 1folder 1item 1714
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president - Volume 1 # 4, 8/12/1940-8/12/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1862
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president - Volume 1 # 6, 8/26/1940-8/26/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1863
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president - Volume 2 # 1, 9/3/1940-9/3/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1864
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president Volume 2 # 3, 9/16/1940-9/16/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1865
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president - Volume 2 # 5, 9/30/1940-9/30/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1866
The Crusader: Weekly publication for the election of Wendell L. Wilkie for president - Volume 3 # 1, 10/14/1940-10/14/1940 series 9box 1folder 1item 1867
Democratic Party (Warfieldsburgh, Carroll County): Handwritten Consititution of the Warfieldsburg Democratick [sic ] Association, adopted July 1844 [Carroll County], 7/1/1844-7/30/1844 series 9box 1folder 1item 1900
P. L. Goldsborough, typed letter signed, December 12, 1911, to John H. Cunningham regarding Alfred J. Schuly and inauguration [Carroll County] [Dorchester County], 12/12/1911-12/12/1911 series 9box 1folder 1item 2409
P. L. Goldsborough, typed letter signed, November 14, 1911, to John H. Cunningham regarding his and Morris Soper's defeat in recent campaign [Carroll County] [Dorchester County], 11/14/1911-11/14/1911 series 9box 1folder 1item 2410
M___ to Colonel W. P. Mausley, Baltimore, August 21, 1866, regarding meeting of Governor Swan and former Governor Pratt to call a Grand Mass Ratification Convention and appoint a State Central Committee [Baltimore City], 8/21/1866-8/21/1866 series 9box 1folder 1item 2426
Maryland State sample ballot, no date, (1908), not facsimile (Folio ), 1/1/1908-12/31/1908 series 9box 1folder 1item 2617
Certificate, Frederick County, June 15, 1868, John M. Carter, Secretary of State: George W. Beall is appointed Officer of Registration for 7th Election District (Folio ), 12/10/1980-12/10/1980 series 9box 1folder 1item 3227
Certificate, document signed, Frederick County, November 16, 1869, R. C. Hallyday, Secretary of State: D. Clinton Johnson was elected County Commissioner ( Oversize), 11/16/1869-11/16/1869 series 9box 1folder 1item 3369
Board of Elections, Prince George's County. Autograph document signed. Statement of expenditures of Board of Election. [Prince George's County], 2/27/1908-3/30/1908 series 9box 1folder 1item 3717
County Commisioner, Prince George's County. Autograph document signed. Expenses for Primary Elections, August, 1910. [Prince George's County], 8/1/1910-8/31/1910 series 9box 1folder 1item 3718
County Commissioner, Prince George's County. Autograph document signed. Expenses for General Election, November, 1910. [Prince George's County]., 11/1/1910-11/30/1910 series 9box 1folder 1item 3719
Stewart, J.J. Reasons stating why Democratic Party should endorse the Cincinatti [sic] platform., 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 9box 1folder 1item 3740
Official ballot for third election district of Wicomico County. (Folio ), 11/5/1895-11/5/1895 series 9box 1folder 1item 4934
Bumper sticker from gubernatorial campaign of Parris Glendenning and Kathleen Kennedy-Townsend and invitations to their primary victory celebration., 1/1/1994-12/31/1994 series 9box 1folder 1item 5416
Broadside for re-election campaign of Congressman William P. Cole, Jr. to Congress in the Second Congressional District. [Purchased on E-bay by Anne Turkos] (Folio ), [undated] series 9box 1folder 1item 5436
Sample ballot for the Third Legislative District, Baltimore City. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 11/7/1899-11/7/1899 series 9box 1folder 1item 5451
Letter, April 28, 1824, from Niles. Detailed his political preferences for the October 1824 presidential election and includes statements on each of the four candidates - John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and William Crawford. [Baltimore City], 4/28/1824 series 9box 1folder 1item 5536

Series 10: General Correspondence, 1799-1937 and undated (445 items)

Letters and miscellaneous greeting cards and tags. Among the correspondents represented in this group are Albert C. Ritchie, Albert Einstein, James McHenry, Reverdy Johnson, James Cardinal Gibbons, Joshua Cohen, John Pendleton Kennedy, and James A. McCready. Topics covered in the correspondence include family and social news; medical cases; agricultural matters; life in Baltimore during the Civil War; political issues and events; appointments to various positions; introductions to employers and other contracts; and immigration.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[General Correspondence] series 10box 1folder 1
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, concerning P.M. Cromwell, Sheriff of Frederick County., 3/27/1823-3/27/1823 series 10box 1folder 1item 4949
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer, from Annapolis; notes receipt of letter and check., 8/15/1820-8/15/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4951
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer, from Annapolis concerning marriage licenses; mentions Schley and Schroeder., 5/5/1820-5/5/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4952
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court; concerns account balance, mentions Jonathan Pinkney, cashier of the Farmers' Bank of Maryland., 12/29/1820-12/29/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4954
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer, to John Schley concerning blank marriage licenses., 5/1/1820-5/1/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4955
Letter from B. Harwood concerning blank licenses for retailers of dry goods; stressed that "The Law does not allow any commission for the receipt of money for these licenses.", 5/26/1820-5/26/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4956
From Adolphus C. Schaefer to Henry M. Mofit regarding unresolved case against Jesse Lipscombe for unpaid debt., 10/25/1847-10/25/1847 series 10box 1folder 1item 4959
Letter from Dan Hughes to Elias Boudinot, Commander General of Prisoners regarding his appointment as deputy to Boudinot and accounting for prisoners held at various locations., 1/24/1778-1/24/1778 series 10box 1folder 1item 4964
From Richard Seabrooks to Roger B. Taney regarding signing of letter of credit in the case against Mr. B. Clagett in Washington County Court., 4/9/1807-4/9/1807 series 10box 1folder 1item 4969
Letter from John Talbott to E.S. Sergeant regarding payment for taking of deposition of Nathan Smith., 5/12/1814-5/12/1814 series 10box 1folder 1item 4970
Letter from George and John Rich to George W. Lynch regarding sales of raisins, muscatel, molasses, and various other commodities, 10/9/1814-10/9/1814 series 10box 1folder 1item 4971
Letter from Jacob Albert to Elie Beatty regarding conversion of money from Hagerstown to Baltimore scrip., 6/16/1819-6/16/1819 series 10box 1folder 1item 4973
Letter from Abiel Story to his brother, Judge Joseph Story, regarding a loan of money to enable him to purchase "the necessaries of life.", 3/10/1821-3/10/1821 series 10box 1folder 1item 4974
Letter from R. Stephens to Henry Cuttino regarding insurance on schooner. (Oversize), 8/16/1831-8/16/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 4976
Letter and record of account - Alexander Randall's account with J.W. and E. Reynolds. (Folio ), 1/1/1843-12/31/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4977
Letter from Heatty to her father, Samuel M. Magraw, regarding family news., 1/14/1861-1/14/1861 series 10box 1folder 1item 4978
Letter from C.H. Locher to A.B. McFarland regarding business proposal and work on local canal., 11/18/1847-11/18/1847 series 10box 1folder 1item 4979
Letter from Tyler of the Planter's Bank of Prince George's County regarding bank draft; mentions W.C. Fowler and Co., 3/20/1828-3/20/1828 series 10box 1folder 1item 4981
Letter from W.J. Wilkinson of Baltimore to Ernest regarding revenge against Charlie and trouble at school., 12/18/1886-12/18/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 5082
From W.B. Stone to his daughter Margaret regarding his health, Governor's court dinner, and attempting to gain a court appointment., 1/15/1845-1/15/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 5215
Letter and envelope; from J.R. Mowry to his wife regarding marching orders, medicine in the field, and news from home., 10/6/1862-10/6/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5216
From Chaplain E.F. Crane to Mrs. Reynolds informing her of the death of her husband, his burial, and arrangements for his personal effects. Have transcription of letter., 11/26/1862-11/26/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5217
From Captain J.H.Miles to Mrs. Edwin Reynolds informing her of the death of her husband and praising his good qualities. Have transcription of letter., 11/26/1862-11/26/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5218
Statement from Henry G. Calvin, Confederate Captain being held prisoner at Point Lookout that W.B. Nickell has permission to act on his behalf in his absence., 3/10/1864-3/10/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5219
From Governor Thomas Watkins Ligon of Maryland to Governor Henry A. Wise of Virginia concerning meeting of Southern governors to discuss secession. Ligon does not feel this would be beneficial. See also Craig Simpson's "A Good Southerner: the life of Henry A. Wise of Virginia" on reference shelf., 9/29/1856-9/29/1856 series 10box 1folder 1item 5356
From Governor Thomas Watkins Ligon of Maryland to Governor Henry A. Wise of Virginia concerning proposed meeting of Southern governors, which Ligon feels is premature. See also Craig Simpson's "A Good Southerner: the life of Henry A. Wise of Virginia" on reference shelf., 9/26/1856-9/26/1856 series 10box 1folder 1item 5357
Letter from Sarah to her father Charles Thompson regarding family news, outbreak of cholera in Baltimore, and her activities., 8/13/1849-8/13/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 5359
From Francis B. Wright to Dr. Moreau Forest, U.S. Marshal in Baltimore, regarding congratulations on Forest's appointment., 7/11/1844-7/11/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 5360
From Captain to Thomp. Regarding movements and operation of the City Guards., 7/26/1861-7/26/1861 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5362
Letter from John Hall, merchant and Continental Congressman from Muscata Creek, Maryland to London regarding business., 9/18/1762-9/18/1762 series 10box 1folder 1item 5372
Letter signed by James Forbes, Continental Congressman from Maryland, from Philadelphia. "A letter from General Washington just came to hand advises us of a very large embarkation from NY having parted with General Clinton and a number of Horse. He thinks their destination is Chesapeake Bay." Forbes wants to be relieved of his duty as Congressman., 12/30/1779-12/30/1779 series 10box 1folder 1item 5373
Letter recommending George G. Berwin to succeed his father as Register of the Land Office for the Western Shore., 1/23/1826-1/23/1826 series 10box 1folder 1item 5375
Letter signed Samuel Stevens, Governor of Maryland, from 1822-1826 from Dividing Creek, MD to his son Edwin, a student at New Ark College in Delaware. Letter contains advice., 8/18/1835-8/18/1835 series 10box 1folder 1item 5376
Letter from Maria Morton to William Stone, Port Tobacco, MD regarding financial matters. William Stone was possibly a relative of Thomas Stone, signer of the Declaration of Independence from Maryland., 3/13/1844-3/13/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 5377
Letter to the agent of the Richmond, Fredericksburg, Potomac Railroad regarding security (reporting suspicious characters and strangers)., 5/30/1861-5/30/1861 series 10box 1folder 1item 5378
Letter from George Brown to a Mr. Adams regarding a patient named Edgar at the Patterson Park Hospital, Baltimore., 12/25/1862-12/25/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 5379
Little, Henry: Letter to John Sevely congratulating him on becoming editor of the Frederick Herald and personal bits [Frederick County], 9/27/1836-9/27/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 1437
[Dwyer], L. I.: Letter of introduction to Mr. Elie Beatty concerning Mr. Lyman of Philadelphia [Baltimore City], 6/1/1818-6/30/1818 series 10box 1folder 1item 1455
Chase, Mary: Original letter to Mrs. Randle Moale, Baltimore, begging her to procure a wet nurse and other personal matters, 2/24/1827-2/24/1827 series 10box 1folder 1item 1460
Patterson, William: Letter to Charles Ridgley concerning indentured servants, 7/29/1786-7/29/1786 series 10box 1folder 1item 1535
Crittenden, John J.: Holographic signed letter to General William Gibbs McNeill, stating that he has no recolection of receiving a letter; urges General McNeill not to be concerned, 3 pages, 6/5/1844-6/5/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 1605
McNeill, William Gibbs: Holographic signed letter, June 8, 1844, to Honorable John J. Crittenden, United States Senator, apologizing for lost lettter and asks Senator to stop searching for it, 6/8/1844-6/8/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 1606
MacCubbin, Thomas: Holograph signed letter, December 13, 1874, to Emily Beckwith, niece, concerning his accident and business with her father, Zachariah, 12/13/1874-12/13/1874 series 10box 1folder 1item 1743
Johnson, Reverdy (Senate Chamber, Senator from Maryland): Autographed signed letter J to [J.D. Fay], 1/9/1867-1/9/1867 series 10box 1folder 1item 1786
Johnson, Reverdy (Senate Chamber, Senator from Maryland): Autographed signed letter August 7, [1846] to W. F. Worthington, 2 pages, 8/7/1846-8/7/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 1787
Dulany, W. A. (Vicksburg, Mississippi): Holograph letter signed October 20, [1838] to Thomas G. Pratt concerns sum of money owed Uncle Kent and the Stood condition of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers which might detain Dulany and Matilda from returning, 10/20/838-10/20/1838 series 10box 1folder 1item 1929
Hughes (Georgetown): Unsigned handwritten letter to [Lus] Hughes, March 19, 1848, about cotton material for shirts, description of woman who took care of his needs, comments on life, publishing of Niles' National Register stopped, 3 1/2 pages, 3/19/1848-3/19/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 1932
Edward Pelz: Autographed letter signed, New York, April 12, 1833: Thanks for copy of work with ilustrations, remarks regarding geology of the Mississippi valley, sent by Captain Eastman, Washington DC, 4/12/1833-4/12/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 1986
Matthew Robinson to wife Mary, January 12, 1828, autographed signed letter, sending her raisins, grapes, and silk dress via brig., Congress. Sent from Gibralter to Baltimore City, 1/12/1828-1/12/1828 series 10box 1folder 1item 1997
Matthew Robinson to wife Mary, June 9, 1828: Autographed letter signed, having trouble getting freight. Sent from Havana to Baltimore City, 6/9/1828-6/9/1828 series 10box 1folder 1item 1999
William Martin to Captain Matthew Robinson, Baltimore, January 2, 1829, autographed letter signed, freight and market conditions, voyage to Cape de (Visos) Islands, 1/2/1829-1/2/1829 series 10box 1folder 1item 2000
Frederick Myers to Captian Matthew Robinson: Autographed letter signed, Norfolk, October 28, 1829, sending bills relating to ship Hibernia, settling on account with Captain Cunningham [Baltimore City], 10/28/1829-10/28/1829 series 10box 1folder 1item 2001
H. T. Robinson (Wickford, Rhode Island) to son Matthew Robinson: July 1, 1830, autographed letter signed, family news [Baltimore City], 7/1/1830-7/1/1830 series 10box 1folder 1item 2003
Hannah Robinson to Mary Robinson, February 26, 1831, worry over her son's [Matthew Robinson] safety at sea, 2/26/1831-2/26/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2004
Matthew Robinson to wife, Mary, Gibralter, February 1831, sailing from Gibralter to Cadiz and freight, 2/1/1831-2/28/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2005
Matthew Robinson to wife Mary, Buenos Aires, June 20, 1831: Bad salt market there and bound for Bremen, 5/20/1831-5/20/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2006
Matthew Robinson to wife, Buenos Aires, June 20, 1831: Bad weather so can't load, family business, 6/20/1831-6/20/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2007
Robinson, Captian M. to wife, Buenos Aires, January 14, 1832: He and ship in quarantine, trying to get up new cargo, 1/14/1832-1/14/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2008
Edwin Robinson to Mary J.Robinson, Valparaiso, July 7, 1832: Autographed signed letter, voyage from Conton and on to Cobija and Lima, 7/7/1832-7/7/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2009
Edwin Robinson to Captain M. Robinson: Valparaiso, September 11, 1832, Returned from Callas, sold Chilian, has papers to Baltimore, 9/11/1832-9/11/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2010
Captain Matthew Robinson to wife Mary, November 30, 1832, off Cape Henry: Autographed signed letter, weather, crew, bills, 11/30/1832-11/30/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2011
Edwin Robinson: To my dear sister, March 23, 1833, selling gold, 3/23/1833-3/23/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 2012
John Carroll le Grand, Annapolis judge: Autographed letter signed, March 19, 1857, to Colonel Harris on foreign appointments [Annapolis], 3/19/1857-3/19/1857 series 10box 1folder 1item 2202
John Keene, Baltimore doctor, autographed letter signed, August 23, 1842, to John Carroll le Grand regarding conventional proceedings of previous evening [Baltimore City], 8/23/1842-8/23/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2203
M. Toner, Baltimore, autographed letter signed , May 23, 1842, to John Carroll le Grand regarding political difficulties of his son, a newly appointed lumber inspector [Baltimore City], 5/23/1842-5/23/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2204
John Patrick, Baltimore, autographed letter signed, March 14, 1840, to John Carroll le Grand [Baltimore City], 3/14/1840-3/14/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 2206
Benjamin Hayes, St. Louis, Missouri, lawyer: Autographed letter signed, October 1, 1838, to John Carroll le Grand, on settling in Missouri, news from Baltimore [Baltimore City], 10/1/1838-10/1/1838 series 10box 1folder 1item 2216
James Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore to A. P. Gorman: Autographed signed letter, January 30, 1891, request for aid for natives of Alaska [Baltimore City], 1/30/1891-1/30/1891 series 10box 1folder 1item 2262
F. L. Miles, Baltimore: Autographed letter signed, October 18, 1899, to Dr. J. L. Hirsh regarding accepting Presidency of the University of Maryland Society [Baltimore City], 10/18/1899-10/18/1899 series 10box 1folder 1item 2297
J. Silvestre Rebello to Dr. Joshua Cohen, autographed letter signed, Rio, December 10, 1838, regarding minerals, pine cones [Baltimore City], 12/10/1838-12/10/1838 series 10box 1folder 1item 2431
J. Silvestre Rebello to Dr. Joshua Cohen, autographed letter signed, Rio, February 5, 1841, regarding clarified sugar, Southern Agriculturalist, presidential election, Brazilian Civil War [Baltimore City], 2/5/1841-2/5/1841 series 10box 1folder 1item 2432
J. Silvestre Rebello to Joshua Cohen, autographed signed letter, Rio, November 29, 1841, regarding sugar, Journal of Medicine [Baltimore City], 11/29/1841-11/29/1841 series 10box 1folder 1item 2433
J. Silvestre Rebello autographed signed letter, Rio, January 21, 1842, to Joshua Cohen regarding his relatives, taxes on sugar [Baltimore City], 1/21/1842-1/21/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2434
Letter from E. Warfield to F. E. Garrel, 1/1/1907-12/31/1907 series 10box 1folder 1item 10
Letter from A. C. Ritchie to C. M. Howard, 1/1/1908-12/31/1908 series 10box 1folder 1item 11
Letter from P. L. Goldsborough to C. M. Howard, 1/1/1913-12/31/1913 series 10box 1folder 1item 12
Letter from J. H. Preston to O. E. Weller, 1/1/1917-12/31/1917 series 10box 1folder 1item 13
Letter from A. Einstein to Prof. T. Dantzig (College Park) [Prince George's County], 10/26/1937-10/26/1937 series 10box 1folder 1item 30
Letter, Samuel Chase to James McHenry, Secretary of War and engraving of Chase [Harford County], 1/19/1799-1/19/1799 series 10box 1folder 1item 46
Statement by Miss Barton, how she shielded and counseled D. Atwater., 6/11/1903-6/11/1903 series 10box 1folder 1item 55
Forry, S. Letter to S. Fundenberg from Samuel Forry. Request for information on position of editor of "Visiter.", 7/16/1836-7/16/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 239
Forry, S. Letter to S. Fundenberg from Samuel Forry. Follow-up to request for information on position of editor of "Visiter.", 7/27/1836-7/27/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 240
Lamping Family Papers. Letter to William Clay from Frank Lamping, 3/7/1890-3/7/1890 series 10box 1folder 1item 290
Lamping Family Papers.Miscellaneouspapers, letters, accounts, etc. Letter to William Clay from Frank Lamping, 4/4/1890-4/4/1890 series 10box 1folder 1item 291
Lamping, Rebecca; Frank, Clay, William; Clemens, Helen: Miscellaneous papers,letters, accounts, etc. Letter to William Clay from Frank Lamping., 10/1/1890-10/1/1890 series 10box 1folder 1item 292
Lamping Family Papers. Letter to William Clay from Frank Lamping, 10/30/1890-10/30/1890 series 10box 1folder 1item 293
Lamping Family Papers. Letter to William Clay from R. H. Phipps, 9/6/1888-9/6/1888 series 10box 1folder 1item 295
Spencer, W.: Letter to Walter S. Cox, in Maryland and the Union, 1/16/1861-1/16/1861 series 10box 1folder 1item 382
Extracts of letters to William Pinkney, student[?] at Princeton Theological Seminary, from his mother. Copied by his sister., 1/1/1831-12/31/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 440
Pinkney, (A): Copies of letters and extracts from N. Pinkney to his wife [probably copied by daughter], 1/1/1805-12/31/1825 series 10box 1folder 1item 441
Christmas, New Year, and Easter card samples printed in Germany , 74; other countries, 102; odd shapes, Easter and New Year, 11, 1/1/1907-12/31/1922 series 10box 1folder 1item 660
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, "Hark the Herald," no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 661
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, "From John and Nellie,"no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 662
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Angels of Christmas Dawn" by Charles Howard Welch, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 663
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Best Wishes", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 664
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Christmas Charms" by Isa J. Postgate, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 665
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Lead, Kindly Light", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 666
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Hearty Good Wishes", 1/1/1914-12/31/1914 series 10box 1folder 1item 667
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Christmas Bells and Other Selections", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 668
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "Happy Christmas", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 669
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21 "The Day Star", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 670
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "A Joyful Christmas" by Frank Ferndale, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 671
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "New Year's Greetings", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 672
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21: "The Christmas Star", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 673
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 674
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 675
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 676
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 677
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 678
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 679
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 680
Christmas cards printed in various countries in booklet form, no. 21, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 681
Hick, T.H.: Letter to N.H. Williams on politics of the time [Baltimore City], 7/10/1835-7/10/1835 series 10box 1folder 1item 686
Bogert, C.R.: Letter to James Armitage requesting information on symptoms of Jonathan Nesbitt, 10/22/1849-10/22/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 698
Kent, Hannah: Letter to Colonel Thomas requesting information on a gentleman [Baltimore City], 8/15/1852-8/15/1852 series 10box 1folder 1item 700
Swann, T.: Letter to Dr. Tyler, Chairman, Committee on Immigration, concerning Germans [Baltimore City], 2/15/1864-2/15/1864 series 10box 1folder 1item 709
Richey, W. : Letter to James Richey, family matters, advice, 2 sheets, 12/11/1831-12/11/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 843
Thigpen, undated: Letters, questionnaires to various men on political research of "the thirties", includes 878a-d, five pieces, 2/1/1965-11/30/1965 series 10box 1folder 1item 878
Spencer, M.H.: Letter, personal, to Ernest from his mother, M.H. Spencer cautioning him to be polite, take care of his clothes, and send his dirty wash home [Baltimore City], 7/28/1886-7/28/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 1369
J. Silvestre Rebello to Dr. Joshua Cohen, autographed letter signed, Rio, February 18, 1842, regarding agricultural publications, sugar [Baltimore City], 2/18/1842-2/18/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2435
J. Silvestre Rebello to Joshua Cohen, autographed letter signed, Rio, June 17, 1842, regarding agricultural and medical publications [Baltimore City], 6/17/1842-6/17/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2436
John L. Moore, Howard County: Autograph letter signed, February 13, 1846, to daughter Caroline Belt Moore from Ellicotts Mills to her boarding school in Baltimore; envelope included; explanation of a quilt owned by Caroline Belt Moore, includes 2688a, b, c [Baltimore City], 2/13/1846-2/13/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 2688
E.M. Moore, Howard County: Autograph letter signed to cousin Rachel in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 16, 1840; sent from Ellicotts Mill, mention of oncoming Civil War and W. H. Harrison [Baltimore County], 7/16/1840-7/16/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 2689
Autograph letter signed, James Cooper, Washington, D.C. on February 27, 1841, to David Fullerton, Esq.; letter concerns advice to Fullerton's son in securing employment with the government; reference to Congress and the city, 2/27/1841-2/27/1841 series 10box 1folder 1item 2695
Autograph letter signed, Utica, July 22, 1831: From Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. Paul Cockey describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment, and outcome [Baltimore City], 7/22/1831-7/22/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2729
Autograph letter signed, Utica, August 9, 1831: From Dr. R.C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medicl cases, their symptoms, treatment, and outcome [Baltimore City], 8/9/1831-8/9/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2730
Autograph letter signed, November 10, 12, 1831 from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment and outcome [Baltimore City], 11/10/1831-11/12/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2731
Autograph letter signed, August 29, 1831, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment, and outcome; requests for reading material and medicines [Baltimore City], 8/29/1831-8/29/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2732
Autograph letter signed, Utica, January 16, 1832, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. Paul Cockey describing several medical cases, symptoms, treatment and outcome; requests for reading material and medicines [Baltimore City], 1/16/1832-1/16/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2733
Autograph letter signed, July 10, 1832, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment and outcome; request for additional medicine [Baltimore City], 2/9/1832-2/9/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2734
Autograph letter signed, Utica, July 10, 1832 from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment and outcome [Baltimore City], 7/10/1832-7/10/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2735
Autograph letter signed, July 29, 1831, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, symptoms, treatment and outcome [Baltimore City], 7/29/1831-7/29/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 2736
Autograph letter signed, Utica, March 9, 1832, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, symptoms, treatment and outcome [Baltimore City], 3/9/1832-3/9/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2737
Autograph letter signed, Utica, December 14, 1832, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore describing several medical cases, their symptoms, treatment and outcome; also, financial account for 18 months' earnings [Baltimore City], 12/14/1832-12/14/1832 series 10box 1folder 1item 2738
Autograph letter signed, Utica, March 15, 1833, from Dr. R. C. Cummings of Baltimore describing several medical cases, symptoms, treatment, and outcome; also comments on several articles of medical literature [Baltimore City], 3/15/1833-3/15/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 2739
Autograph letter signed, Utica, November 27, 1833, from Dr. R. C. Cummings to Dr. J. P. Cockey of Baltimore discussing medical lectures and readings [Baltimore City], 11/27/1833-11/27/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 2740
Autograph letter signed from William Pinkney August 1828 to Ezekill Hughes, editor of the Georgetown Gazette; contents of the letter are confusing, referring to a personal matter, 8/1/1829-8/31/1829 series 10box 1folder 1item 2805
Anonymous fragment of a letter--unknown writer and receiver, personal correspondence. From Germany., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 2809
Autograph letter signed, Silvester Rebello, Rio de Janiro, May 30, 1843, to Joshua Cohen, professor of medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore: Personal letter, reference to political climate in Rio and marriages of the royalty [Baltimore City], 9/12/1842-9/12/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 2814
Autograph letter signed, Silvester Rebello, July 1843, Rio, to Joshua Cohen, professor of medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore: Mention of political climate, imperial troops [Baltimore City], 7/1/1843-7/31/1843 series 10box 1folder 1item 2815
Autograph letter signed, John Spencer, Baltimore: July 30, 1886, to son Ernest at college in Randallstown; references to Maryland state legislature of which Spencer was a member [Baltimore City], 7/30/1886-7/30/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2818
Autograph letter signed, John Spencer, Baltimore, August 7 , 1886, to son Ernest away at college in Randallstown, Maryland: Discussion of Maryland legislature of which Spencer was a member and his address concerning "convict contract labor"; references also to Congress and Congressman R. Ingersoll [Baltimore City], 8/7/1886-8/7/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2819
Autograph letter signed, Ella Spencer, Baltimore, July 20, 1886, to brother Ernest at college in Randallstown [Baltimore County] [Baltimore City], 7/20/1886-7/20/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2820
Autograph letter signed, John Klohr, Randallstown, Maryland, December 5, 1886, to Baltimore county, Ernest Spencer, regarding rabbit hunting [Baltimore City] [Baltimore County], 12/5/1886-12/5/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2821
Autograph letter signed John Spencer, Baltimore, July 16, 1886, and wife, Mary, to son Ernest while he was away [Baltimore City], 7/16/1886-7/16/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2849
Autograph letter signed John Spencer, Baltimore, July 28, 1886, to son Ernest; mentions the legislation against convict contract labor which Spencer wrote and the Baltimore Lavor Free Press, a paper published in Baltimore in the interest of free labor [Baltimore City], 7/28/1886-7/28/1886 series 10box 1folder 1item 2850
Autograph letter signed, Frederick County, February 1834: Thomas Johnson to Benjamin Price regarding appointment [Frederick County], 2/1/1834-2/28/1834 series 10box 1folder 1item 2904
Note, no date, from John Murray to Henry Steiner, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3186
Autograph letter signed, New York, February 18, 1829: George Douglass to John Glenn, Esq, of Baltimore, naming William Doran, Sam Huntington, Richard E. Hodges, J. Ducasse, J. F. Ducasse, J. Lion and J. L. LaFontauk for a commission [Baltimore City], 2/18/1829-2/18/1829 series 10box 1folder 1item 3220
A. W. Gasler to Henry, autograph letter signed, January 5, 1913: Personal news and discussion of farm salem, Cambridge [Dorchester County], 5/1/1913-1/5/1913 series 10box 1folder 1item 3245
Autograph letter signed, Copenhagen, December 7, 1867, James Buchanan, U.S. minister to Denmark, to Charles J. Faulkner concerning the election of Lincoln to the Presidency, lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 12/7/1867-12/7/1867 series 10box 1folder 1item 3333
Autograph letter signed, Salisbury, Maryland, March 16, 1862: John E. Rastall to ( ) concerns a trip to Alexandria, VA and Washington, DC; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 3/16/1862-3/16/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3335
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, Maryland, March 16, 1862, John E. Rastall to his family describing his job as an adjutant; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 3/16/1862-3/16/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3336
Autograph letter signed, Salisbury, September 4, 1862: John E. Rastall to his family concerning the draft; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 9/4/1862-9/4/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3337
Autograph document signed, Alleghany County, October 4, 1813, Rebecca Young: To John Beale Howard relating social news and some political activities [Alleghany County], 10/4/1813-10/4/1813 series 10box 1folder 1item 3340
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, April 5, 1842, Dr. H. Willis Baxley letter of recommendation for Dr. Charles Eversfield; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 4/5/1842-4/5/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 3374
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, March 29, 1842, William Power, M.D.: Letter of recommendation for Dr. Charles Eversfield to Dr. Barton; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 3/29/1842-3/29/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 3375
Autograph letter signed, Philadelphia, April 22, 1842, Charles Eversfield: Autobiographical letter to the Board of Naval Examiners; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 4/22/1842-4/22/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 3376
Autograph letter signed, Annapolis, July 28, 1845, Washington G. Tuck to William H. Tuck concerning political nominations; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 7/28/1845-7/28/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 3380
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, February 1, 1844, Joseph Myrick to his father, William Myrick in E. Orleans, Massachusetts, personal and family news; December 10, 1980, card pulled, 2/1/1844-2/1/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 3391
Autograph letter signed, Sharpsburg, Maryland, no date, John Samuel Reed, personal news; also, promissory note, December 11, 1854, Eliz K. Piper, Henry Piper, $150 to David Belser; lost December 10, 1980, card pulled, 12/11/1854-12/11/1854 series 10box 1folder 1item 3410
Autograph letter signed, August 21, 1862, Richard Walke to Walter Ball, a request to have Ball answer on a subject (not described); lost December 10, 1980, card pulled February 28, 1984, 8/21/1862-8/21/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3415
Autograph letter signed, Port Tobacco, Maryland, December 4, 1822, [Mator?] Taney to Frederick D. Stone asking when he plans to be in Port Tobacco [Charles County], 12/4/1822-12/4/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 3442
Autograph letter signed, Bishop's Head, December 13, Katie Sangford, an initiation, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3445
Autograph letter signed, Somerset County, July 28: Charlotte J. Parsons to Mrs. Anne H. White concerning shopping and some personal news [Somerset County], [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3447
Autographed letter signed, Providence, August 11, 1850, Emily J. Sudler to cousin Liz regarding family news [Somerset County], 8/11/1850-8/11/1850 series 10box 1folder 1item 3451
Autograph letter signed, Providence, March 13, to Liza (Sudler) from Mary regarding personal and family matters, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3452
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, February 2, 1854, Wesley L. Tull to Elizabeth Sudler at "Potato Neck" Somerset, Maryland, personal news [Baltimore City] [Somerset County], 2/2/1854-2/2/1854 series 10box 1folder 1item 3454
Autograph letter signed, March 9, 1854, ____ M. Dashiell to Lizzie Sudler, personal matters, 3/9/1854-3/9/1854 series 10box 1folder 1item 3456
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, September 6, 1868, Hercillia Hicks, personal and family news to a sister [Baltimore City], 9/6/1868-9/6/1868 series 10box 1folder 1item 3509
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, February 1, 1872, H. Hicks to Jonathan McCready: Personal and family news [Baltimore City], 2/1/1872-2/1/1872 series 10box 1folder 1item 3511
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, May 15, 1873, Jonathan A. McCready to his son James A. McCready: Instructions on who to go to if in need and on when to plant the corn [Baltimore City], 5/15/1873-5/15/1873 series 10box 1folder 1item 3513
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, May 20, 1877, Johnathan A. McCready, to his son [James A. McCready]: Financial, personal news and instructions, advice on marriage [Baltimore City], 5/20/1877-5/20/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 3514
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, April 10, 1877, Jonathan A. McCready to his son [James A. McCready]: News of a trip shipping corn, instructions to plant corn and collect rent money [Baltimore City], 4/10/1877-4/10/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 3515
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, January 29, 1877, J. A. McCreay to his son [James A. McCready]: News of ice on the North River [Baltimore City], 1/29/1877-1/29/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 3516
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, February 12, 1877, Jonathan A. McCready to his son [James A. McCready]: Personal news and instructions on planting corn and maintaining fences [Baltimore City], 2/12/1877-2/12/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 3517
Autograph letter signed, Havre de Grace, June 4, 1884, J. A. McCready to his son James A. McCready giving him an address where he can be reached in Washington, D.C. [Harford County], 6/4/1884-6/4/1884 series 10box 1folder 1item 3519
Autograph letter signed, [Ellott's Island] December 13, 1882, W. A. Langford: An invitations to visit, personal and family news. References to Joe Layton and Frank Langford, 12/13/1882-12/13/1882 series 10box 1folder 1item 3524
Autograph letter signed, Parkersburg to Virginia, December 17, 1883, J. G. Jacher, short note acknowledging a letter, 12/17/1883-12/17/1883 series 10box 1folder 1item 3569
Autograph letter signed, "Whealan Fort" [possibly Fort Henry in Wheeling, West Virginia], February 28, 1777, Elizabeth Reagan to Mark Alexander asking whether or not a house has been rented, mention of Indians [Baltimore City], 2/28/1777-2/28/1777 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 3572
Autograph letter signed, Annapolis, March 26, 1866, E. B. French, auditor, to Mrs. Amanda Daniels, notification of her husband's (Nicholas Daniels) death and procedure for claiming his pay [Baltimore City], 3/26/1866-3/26/1866 series 10box 1folder 1item 3611
Autograph letter signed, Princeton, New Jersey, no date , S. Webster Bradford, concerns college pranks, political competition and bill payments at college to father A. W. Bradford, [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3622
Autograph letter (Princeton), November 3, 1872, [S. Webster Bradford] to A. W. Bradford, school news, comparing freshman and sophomore classes, political campaigning, 11/3/1872-11/3/1872 series 10box 1folder 1item 3623
Autograph letter signed (Princeton), November 13, 1872, S. Webster Bradford, to A. W. Bradford, payment of bills, condition of horses and political concerns, 11/3/1872-11/13/1872 series 10box 1folder 1item 3624
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, December 14, 1873, A. W. Bradford, to son, S. W. Bradford, discussing school bills and trains to Baltimore, 12/14/1873-12/14/1873 series 10box 1folder 1item 3625
Autograph letter, Baltimore, August 24, 1865, I. L. Sevig to William Woodford , discusses settling in Baltimore, 8/24/1865-8/24/1865 series 10box 1folder 1item 3626
Envelope, no date, anonymous, envelope printed with a multicolored Arms of Maryland with a quote, "The Constitution Must and Shall be Sustained", [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3627
Autograph letter signed. George Howard, to his wife, Eliza, news of happenings in Annapolis, concerning the fate of the C&O Canal and a slave holder's convention. Personal news. [Anne Arundel Count] [Cecil County], 1/11/1842-1/11/1842 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 3685
Woodward, R., Dr. Bibron's antidote to poison of rattlesnake., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 3838
Carter, Charles S. To Zachariah Roberts, expressing support for the Whigs and commenting on the Tariff issue and Delaware politics. (Baltimore City), 7/3/1846-7/3/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 3875
Sims, Dorcas. (Philadelphia) To Martha Ann Roberts, her daughter, describing some clothing Sims will be sending to her., 5/12/1839-5/12/1839 series 10box 1folder 1item 3876
Fraser, Elizabeth C. (Wilmington, Delaware) To Carrie L.P. Roberts, about teaching and mutual friends., 9/21/1869-9/21/1869 series 10box 1folder 1item 3883
Bacon, Thomas, clergyman, c.1700-1768 Letter to Henry Callister, pasted in a reprint of "Reverend Thomas Bacon of Maryland," by Reverend Doctor Ethan Allen. (Talbot County), 11/7/1755-11/7/1755 series 10box 1folder 1item 3892
A) James, Isabella. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) To her cousin about securing valuable letters from Maryland. B) With a circular about the Great Central Fair., 4/2/1864-4/2/1864 series 10box 1folder 1item 3897
Nye, Goerge H. To his wife from the counting room of Alberton Mills with an engraving of Alberton Mills on the letterhead, 3/1/1862-3/1/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3965
Deshons, J.H. To John Thomas Blake, describing his life as a student. [Baltimore City], 12/4/1859-12/4/1859 series 10box 1folder 1item 3966
Letter by Truman M. Hawley to his brother describing Civil War battle. Includes envelope, 9/26/1862-9/26/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 3977
Photocopies of FBI documents concerning activities of the Communist Party in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Please note: there are more Calcott documents in unprocessed HISTMS (under "Calcott") [four folders] [Baltimore City], 1/1/1941-12/31/1969 series 10box 1folder 1item 4008
Letter of endorsement for Reverdy Johnson for U.S. Senate of Whig Clay Club of Maryland. [Baltimore City], 12/2/1844-12/2/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 4009
From A. A. Bell to Mrs. Mary Bell, describes various purchases of merchandise that he has made. (Baltimore City), 9/18/1848-9/18/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4013
From L.D. to Mr. Hunter, discusses money and other problems as well as family news. [Baltimore City], 4/6/1849-4/6/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 4014
From John Dunelore to Reverend Dalmer, written from Port Republic, MD. [Calvert County], 3/8/1856-3/8/1856 series 10box 1folder 1item 4016
From Aiken to Mother - describes trip from Washington D.C. through Maryland to Pennsylvania, and experiences with Catholic nuns/nurses at Satterlee Hospital., 5/29/1864-5/29/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4027
Certification to William Chapman that two black men, Daniel Butler and Oliver Cromwell, enlisted in Colored Troops. [Baltimore City], 6/24/1864-6/24/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4029
Envelope addressed to William Chapman from Office of Board of Claims for Slaves Enlisted in U.S. Service. [Baltimore City], [undated] (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4030
From MD Congressmen to Attorney General Edward Bates. Among the signers is Charles B. Calvert., 1/27/1862-1/27/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 4031
From S.L. Brown (Keystone Coal Company, Wilkes-Barre PA) to John L. Taylor regarding payment of outstanding account and new coal vein., 12/24/1894-12/24/1894 series 10box 1folder 1item 4039
From Samuel E. Foskey to J.J. Morris regarding payment for resurveying of land., 10/17/1876-10/17/1876 series 10box 1folder 1item 4040
Fragment of letter of instructions about having something notarized. Signed by M.D. Cap., 5/1/1865-5/1/1865 series 10box 1folder 1item 4042
Inquiry regarding order of jars from Homestead Dairy Farm, Salisbury MD [Wicomico County], 1/1/1907-1/1/1907 series 10box 1folder 1item 4050
Unsigned request for appointment as route agent between Emory Grove, Maryland and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. [Montgomery County], 8/12/1880-8/12/1880 series 10box 1folder 1item 4054
From Charley Huf to his friend, Joseph describing daily activities and war-time Baltimore. [Baltimore City], 9/27/1861-9/27/1861 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4057
From E. Remington to Martin Aumiller regarding business purchases, Philadelphia PA., 9/6/1854-9/6/1854 series 10box 1folder 1item 4059
From Christian Kaner to Charles Humphries regarding copper stock transactions. [Baltimore City], 7/22/1851-7/22/1851 series 10box 1folder 1item 4060
From Isaac Tyler to Edward Remington concerning mineral mining. [Baltimore City], 11/4/1852-11/4/1852 series 10box 1folder 1item 4061
From Pym and Clarice V. Remington to their uncle, Edward Remington - thank you for letter and package., 12/22/1883-12/22/1883 series 10box 1folder 1item 4066
From J.B.R. Remington to his son, Edward regarding Thomas' daughter and fire losses., 3/26/1858-3/26/1858 series 10box 1folder 1item 4067
From D. Keener to Edward Remington regarding mining. [Baltimore City], 8/12/1852-8/12/1852 series 10box 1folder 1item 4070
From soldier named Sumner of Bank's Division to "Nellie". Describes capture of Fort Donelson and Roanoke Island and plans. [Frederick County], 2/23/1862-2/23/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4076
From Crocker Richmond to M. Perkins regarding disaffection of mechanics in town of Taunton., 10/8/1831-10/8/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 4078
From David T. McKim to Otto Scott regarding $145.76 [Baltimore City], 6/20/1833-6/20/1833 series 10box 1folder 1item 4079
From Reverdy Johnson to Souenior [?]., 2/4/1879-2/4/1879 series 10box 1folder 1item 4080
Mr. Wallis will be oblidged to [Gov?] Bradford if he will receive him at his convenience. Initialed by A.W. Bradford. [Baltimore City], 3/18/1863-3/18/1863 series 10box 1folder 1item 4081
Between Maryland Senator, John Walter Smith and General Henry D. Warfield regarding Army Bill and provisions regarding National Guard. Annapolis [Anne Arundel County], 1/6/1920-1/12/1920 series 10box 1folder 1item 4082
From Rep. Francis Thomas to Jessie Spenser with envelope regarding state finances and Carroll County. [Carroll County], 2/10/1840-2/10/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 4086
From Heinrich Ewald Bucholz to Samuel W. Bradford regarding articles and photos of A.W. Bradford, Maryland Governor. [Baltimore City], 10/11/1906-10/11/1906 series 10box 1folder 1item 4087
From Colonel Henry H. Andrew to Samuel Bradford regarding men eligible for Union Society of the Civil War. [Baltimore City], 7/3/1911-7/3/1911 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4088
From Martin Page Andrews to Samuel Bradford regarding clippings of Major Gordon and the Tercentenary History of Maryland. [Baltimore City], 12/18/1922-12/18/1922 series 10box 1folder 1item 4089
From Charles E. Hard to Samuel Bradford regarding address of A. Bradford at National Cemetery at Antietam., 1/28/1921-1/28/1921 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4090
From Stevenson A. Williams to [S.?] Bradford regarding Republican Convention to be held in Minneapolis. [Harford County], 4/3/1892-4/3/1892 series 10box 1folder 1item 4095
From William Cockey to Samuel W. Bradford regarding his membership certificate for Maryland Society of Sons of the American Revolution. [Baltimore City], 12/15/1905-12/15/1905 series 10box 1folder 1item 4097
From George Stearns, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal to [S.?] Bradford regarding delivery of coal. [Baltimore City], 8/19/1874-8/19/1874 series 10box 1folder 1item 4098
From B.F. Leonard to Samuel A. Bradford regarding lease, rent, contract with Sphagnins, Great Del. Fertilizer. [Baltimore City], 11/2/1869-11/2/1869 series 10box 1folder 1item 4099
From A. Abel, Women's College, Baltimore, to Samuel Bradford regarding original Harford County declaration of 1775. [Baltimore City] [Harford County], 2/3/1908-2/3/1908 series 10box 1folder 1item 4100
From Robert Garrett to Samuel W. Bradford regarding purchase of property. [Baltimore City], 6/6/1881-6/6/1881 series 10box 1folder 1item 4109
From Bernard C. Steiner of EPFL to Samuel Bradford regarding receipt of historical papers and autographs. [Baltimore City], 1/13/1909-1/13/1909 series 10box 1folder 1item 4110
From Thomas H. Boulk[?], Hagerstown, to A.W. Bradford regarding information on origins of Antietam National Cemetery. [Washington County] [Baltimore City], 11/27/1868-11/27/1868 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4111
From Gerard H. Reese to A.W. Bradford regarding railroad crossings and public highway safety. [Baltimore County], 4/30/1873-4/30/1873 series 10box 1folder 1item 4118
From E.B. Prettyman to A.W. Bradford suggesting he sell Mesh Farm for House of Correction. [Baltimore County], 5/11/1871-5/11/1871 series 10box 1folder 1item 4119
From W.K. Lawdin [?] to A.W. Bradford regarding hopes for future employment and thanks for kindness. [Baltimore City], 12/1/1831-12/1/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 4120
From B. Leonard et al to A.W. Bradford regarding lease of Exeter Hall and their intention to vacate.. [Baltimore City], 1/13/1870-1/13/1870 series 10box 1folder 1item 4122
From F.D. Tormey to Augustus W. Bradford regarding procuring employment for Tormey's brother. [Baltimore City], 1/24/1851-1/24/1851 series 10box 1folder 1item 4126
Fragment of note, unsigned, declining invitation to barbeque due to illness of Mr. Woodward. On back are notes regarding clothes., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4173
From Lilly to Ellie; discusses check to be sent and news of Cumberland people. [Allegany County], 5/8/1874-5/8/1874 series 10box 1folder 1item 4204
Letter concerning sale of canal scrip [?] from J.H. Bevan. [Baltimore City], 2/11/1856-2/11/1856 series 10box 1folder 1item 4205
To Miss Coleman from Charles W. Heuisler thanks for congratulations and plumbing repairs. [Baltimore City], 11/20/1909-11/20/1909 series 10box 1folder 1item 4224
To Miss Miriam Coleman from Baltimore Mayor Ferdinand C. Latrobe. [Baltimore City], 3/19/1889-3/19/1889 series 10box 1folder 1item 4225
Request for info from Jefferson regarding mercantile matters; signed by McHenry, Henry, Hindman., 6/10/1785-6/10/1785 series 10box 1folder 1item 4235
From R.C. Bowie to trustees of Maryland Agricultural College requesting transfer of stock to Leonard Bowie. [Prince George's County], 1/16/1869-1/16/1869 series 10box 1folder 1item 4236
From Lizzie C. Harwood to Sarah with general family news. Annapolis [Anne Arundel County], 6/10/1864-6/10/1864 series 10box 1folder 1item 4246
Fragment of an order for payment of a note by Cheery. [Baltimore City], 10/29/1849-10/29/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 4249
From J.W. White to Miss Sarah Davis, Annapolis, regarding slaves he has been renting from her. [Anne Arundel County], 1/2/1809-1/2/1809 series 10box 1folder 1item 4250
German letter., 1/18/1836-1/18/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 4254
From William A. Grove to Alex Niele, pres. of Hagerstown. Wants time to pay off a note. [Washington County], 11/28/1842-11/28/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 4257
Letter of recommendation for Mr. O'Halloran from Mr. McCork to Postmaster James. [Baltimore City], 7/2/1877-7/2/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 4259
From W.W. Bosworth to his parents from Hammond Hospital describing his health. [St. Mary's County], 12/9/1862-12/9/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4260
From B. Franklin Greene to Reverend W.A. Whittingham regarding professorship of English at Washington College., 9/14/1843-9/14/1843 series 10box 1folder 1item 4261
From W.W. Bosworth to his parents. Discusses conditions at Hammond Hospital, Point Lookout MD, his health, and land. [St. Mary's County], 11/24/1862-11/24/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4262
Annapolis. From Thomas Sim Lee to Brigadier General Smith concerning apprehension of French privateers.[Anne Arundel County], 8/20/1794-8/20/1794 series 10box 1folder 1item 4265
From soldier named Samuel to his wife. Discusses family news and being transferred to Point Lookout. [St. Mary's County], 5/10/1865-5/10/1865 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4267
From General Marston discussing laying out camp for rebel officers and cavalry mission at Point Lookout. [St. Mary's County], 1/18/1864-1/18/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4268
Letter from Union soldier John W. Sturtevant to his family in New Hampshire; news and conditions at U.S. General Hospital at Annapolis, sketch of hospital. [Anne Arundel County]., 12/8/1864-12/8/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4273
Letter of introduction concerning services of Benjamin Contee and Co., sent to Samuel Hepburn. [Prince George's County], 2/13/1784-2/13/1784 series 10box 1folder 1item 4274
John Wheatly regarding payment of bills - tobacco trade. [Prince George's County], 4/18/1743-4/18/1743 series 10box 1folder 1item 4275
From William Molleson to John Hepburn regarding transportation and trading arrangements. [Prince George's County], 1/4/1766-1/4/1766 series 10box 1folder 1item 4276
From Thomas Claggett & Co. to Samuel Hepburn regarding continuation of business after death of Thomas Claggett. [Prince George's County], 2/20/1793-2/20/1793 series 10box 1folder 1item 4277
From William Molleson to John Hepburn regarding tobacco trade and exchange. [Prince George's County], 1/15/1766-1/15/1766 series 10box 1folder 1item 4278
From William and Robert Molleson to John Hepburn regarding tobacco trade. [Prince George's County], 9/12/1775-9/12/1775 series 10box 1folder 1item 4279
Invoice and letter written by Benjamin Harwood to an unknown recipient. [Annapolis], 9/26/1816-9/26/1816 series 10box 1folder 1item 4300
From John Pendleton Kennedy to Dr. Joshua Cohen. Requests to borrow a costume. [Baltimore City], 7/16/1840-7/16/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 4304
From John Pendleton Kennedy to Robert Elmor, Esq. Discusses his health and forwarding a letter., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4305
Copy of letter to Co. Timothy Pickering. Request of Andrew Ellicott for money to be sent., 8/14/1788-8/14/1788 series 10box 1folder 1item 4315
From [Jacob Behor?] to [George Bushor?] of Williamsburg asking him to deliver a harness to Frederick Ziegler. [Baltimore City] [Washington County], 6/23/1828-6/23/1828 series 10box 1folder 1item 4316
Stephen Adams, confederate soldier's letter to brother about being exchanged. [Baltimore City], 2/14/1865-2/14/1865 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4326
From Samuel Smith to his son John, then in Paris. Mentions friends abroad. [Washington DC], 1/9/1811-1/9/1811 series 10box 1folder 1item 4328
From Sergeant Whitman W. Bosworth to his parents. Discusses his health, discharge and need for news. [Worcester County], 11/12/1862-11/12/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4333
From Francis Scott Key. Discusses building a school house in Frederick Town. [Frederick County], 12/22/1812-12/22/1812 series 10box 1folder 1item 4336
C.H. Pixley to his father. Describes naval activity during the Civil War. [Annapolis], 1/1/1861-12/31/1865 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4344
From Louis McLane to A. Dickinson. Apology for leaving suddenly. Regrets not being able to pass bill. [Wilmington, DE], 6/4/1826-6/4/1826 series 10box 1folder 1item 4355
From Eugene L. Didier to R.E. Thompson concerning articles in the American Supt. [Supplement?] [Baltimore City] [Philadelphia], 7/25/1882-7/25/1882 series 10box 1folder 1item 4356
From John Gordon to Edward Lloyd concerning charge of buggery against James Ray. (Talbot County?), 3/31/1781-3/31/1781 series 10box 1folder 1item 4357
From Samuel Sitgreaves to James McHenry. Solicits his support of Congressman Hindman. [location originally given as Eastern Shore, but cannot verify], 9/16/1798-9/16/1798 series 10box 1folder 1item 4359
From Samuel Dickinson to Messrs. Airy and Gilmore. Wants tobacco to ship with Captain Coward. (Talbot County), 7/4/1771-7/4/1771 series 10box 1folder 1item 4362
From Thomas N. Hick to Miss Nellie M. Everett. Apology for delay in complying with her request. (Annapolis), 3/11/1867-3/11/1867 series 10box 1folder 1item 4364
From Thomas W. Veazey, Governor of Maryland to Governor of Kentucky regarding joint effort to reduce duties on tobacco. (Annapolis), 2/2/1837-2/2/1837 series 10box 1folder 1item 4365
From Senator Herbert R. O'Connor, senator from Maryland, to George McCullough regarding eliminating Communist sympathizers., 11/12/1952-11/12/1952 series 10box 1folder 1item 4366
From Congressman Frank Small, 5th district MD, to George McCullough thanking him for his congratulatory letter., 7/6/1954-7/6/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 4367
From Congressman Edward A. Garmatz, 3rd district MD, to George McCullough thanking him for his congratulations on renomination., 7/2/1954-7/2/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 4368
From DeWitt S. Hyde, 6th district MD, to George McCullough thanking him for his congratulations on his primary victory., 7/1/1954-7/1/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 4369
From Frances B. Hoyland, assistant to Congressman George H. Fallon, 4th district MD, to George McCullough acknowledging receipt., 7/8/1954-7/8/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 4370
From Frances B. Hoyland, assistant to Congressman George H. Fallon, 4th district MD, to George McCullough thanking him for his get well letter., 3/5/1954-3/5/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 4371
from J.L. Nelson to James Madison (then Secretary of War) regarding payment of back pay to father of John Doogan, Jr. (Frederick County), 8/8/1815-8/8/1815 series 10box 1folder 1item 4372
From Thomas J. Rogers to brother John Rogers. Military defense prep. In Philadelphia after battle of Baltimore., 9/24/1814-9/24/1814 series 10box 1folder 1item 4373
From Thomas J. Rogers to brother John Rogers. Various troop movements, requests box of books., 11/29/1814-11/29/1814 series 10box 1folder 1item 4374
From Thomas J. Rogers to brother John H. Rogers. Arrival in Washington is not as orderly as Senate of Pennsylvania. (Washington DC), 3/25/1818-3/25/1818 series 10box 1folder 1item 4375
From J.A. McCreedy to his son. (Washington DC) (Dorchester County), 7/7/1877-7/7/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 4393
To Mrs. Eleanor Connelly from Merchants Protective Credit and Collection Bureau regarding claims suit. (Baltimore City), 2/22/1899-2/22/1899 series 10box 1folder 1item 4407
From R.D. Hopkins to R.D. Estep, excusing his absence from meeting because of illness. (Baltimore City), 12/30/1891-12/30/1891 series 10box 1folder 1item 4411
Reports of trips by rail with fish for stocking in rivers etc. From Havre de Grace, Maryland to various places. (Harford County), 5/21/1876-8/5/1876 series 10box 1folder 1item 4421
From J. Shelfblaetz to commanding officer of Fort Baker requesting passage for J.H. Pfeiffer and wife. (Prince George's County), 5/6/1865-5/6/1865 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4422
Plot and description of Levins Discovery by William Barrow., 12/12/1703-12/12/1703 series 10box 1folder 1item 4437
Survey notes and calculations signed by James Daniel and James Drake. Blackwater Range, Walls Chance., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4439
Request for 1 year subscription to Harper's Monthly magazine from David A. Smith to Dr. Sanderson. (Frederick County), 6/16/1857-6/16/1857 series 10box 1folder 1item 4440
Draft of document used when Maryland delegation presented credentials to the Continental Congress. Written by William Paca., 10/1/1776-10/31/1776 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4454
Letter from Maurice A. Williams to Thomas. Invitation to travel by train from Catonsville to Nunnery Lane and visit at the Williams residence. (Baltimore City), 1/29/1869-1/29/1869 series 10box 1folder 1item 4458
Letter from J.A. McCready to his son. Discusses coal miners strike and lack of work. Expresses concern about Ann Jane quitting work and relays message to Henry Wilson's wife that he is well. Inquiries about health of other friends. (Harford County), 8/13/1877-8/13/1877 series 10box 1folder 1item 4459
Letter from James Ridgely, corresponding and recording secretary of International Order of Odd Fellows, to member Joseph Kidder. Regrets he cannot supply Kidder with request for engraved likeness of P. Shives [?] but will be able to after January 11, 1861. (Baltimore City), 12/17/1860-12/17/1860 series 10box 1folder 1item 4465
Invitation to funeral of Very Reverend Joseph P. Dubreul, S.S.S. at Seminary of St. Sulpice, Baltimore. Sent by P. Dissez., 4/21/1878-4/21/1878 series 10box 1folder 1item 4466
Letter from Eliza to her mother, Ann [?]. Begs mother to visit or write. Mentions a Mr. Schley who will leave her in Baltimore while he goes to Annapolis., 12/3/1813-12/3/1813 series 10box 1folder 1item 4467
Letter from A.W. Goslee to someone who wants to work his farm. Mentions good price in tomatoes. Wants to cut Red Oak timber. Letterhead says Office of A.W. Goslee, Dealer in General Merchandise, nos. 201 and 203 Henry Street., 3/13/1906-3/13/1906 series 10box 1folder 1item 4469
Six letters on one sheet; the correspondence of W.J. Albert., 6/24/1863-8/10/1863 series 10box 1folder 1item 4492
4 letters from Archbishop Martin J. Spalding of the Archbishopric of Baltimore to Monsignore Ricci. Written in Italian while in Rome., 12/16/1869-5/21/1870 series 10box 1folder 1item 4498
Business letter from M. Cursey concerning shipment of grains; no location legible., 8/8/1859-8/8/1859 series 10box 1folder 1item 4499
From Stephen L. Nicholby to his sister describing camp life and standing guard over beef cattle. Inquires about family members., 2/25/1864-2/25/1864 series 10box 1folder 1item 4507
From D. Dixon to his wife. Describes troop movements, bombardment, encampment near Washington, D.C. and balloon ascension for scouting., 8/26/1861-8/26/1861 series 10box 1folder 1item 4508
To Uncle Aaron and Family. Describes his [soldier's] health, attacks he and his fellow soldiers have made on the camp of Col. J.M. Bodon, a leader of guerillas, bushwhackers and horse thieves, and opinions on the [Civil] War., 11/16/1862-11/16/1862 series 10box 1folder 1item 4509
From Z.H. Cooch to Robert Evans concerning transporting black powder manufactured by E.I. DuPont & Co. for Captain Robinson., 1/20/1845-1/20/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 4510
From H.A. McComas to J. Eberley & Co. answering questions regarding sending goods to the Hagerstown Fair fairgrounds illustrated in Tetterhead., 10/9/1889-10/9/1889 series 10box 1folder 1item 4512
From John Eaton, Jr. to his brother, Green A. Eaton. Describes wanting to march, wants Green to send him his and Monroe's miniatures, wants to attend town meeting there at home in New Hampshire., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4513
12 page letter from W.W. Thompson to his wife. Describes missing his family, his current campsite viewing Baltimore City and Chesapeake Bay, guard duty, his responsibilities, a fire fight. Requests money for postage and washing. Sends love to family., 6/2/1861-6/2/1861 series 10box 1folder 1item 4514
Personal note from H. Shafer to Mr. Allender., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4522
Correspondence from C.A. Cook to H.B. Newcomb regarding loan. Cook appears to have been president of Bank of Geneva., 1/17/1837-1/17/1837 series 10box 1folder 1item 4558
Letter from A. Barnes to Elie [?] Beatty Esq. Of Hagerstown, requesting a bank loan of $2500., 7/9/1836-7/9/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 4570
Letter's bottom half is missing. Letter mentions Lucy, Phenix, Fred, and Maria., 7/11/1860-7/11/1860 series 10box 1folder 1item 4571
Letter to Amelia from an unknown writer. Expresses condolensces on her mother's death, and mentions recent lectures he attended on ancient Egypt., 1/8/1844-1/18/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 4573
21 page letter, bound with ribbon, from Evelina Hardcastle to a friend, describing the illness and death of Evelina's friend, Mrs. Mary Preston of Harford County., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4579
Unfinished letter from Maria Mann to her mother, describing her journay to her job as a governess and her responsibilities in educating the three daughters of Major DeVex, Rose, Violet and Emily., 8/15/1863-8/15/1863 series 10box 1folder 1item 4582
Letter. William A. West gives advice to unknown addressee on how to apply for a professional position., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4592
Letter from Washington Van Bilben [?] to B.J. Brent, Esq. Discussing a loan. The name William Schley appears, but his involvement is unclear., 12/1/1830-12/1/1830 series 10box 1folder 1item 4611
Legal letter concerning the rape of Elizabeth Harding, wife of Lewis Harding by Samuel Phillips., 3/9/1803-3/9/1803 series 10box 1folder 1item 4625
Letter to Mr. Baysare, merchant, concerning butter and eggs, from James Henring., 2/14/1827-2/14/1827 series 10box 1folder 1item 4630
Letterbook of Thomas Russell. Discusses Colonial Period iron industry in Virginia primarily and Daybook of Russell's niece, Ann Russell - combined into front and rear of volume., 1/1/1816-12/31/1817 series 10box 1folder 1item 4634
Letter from James H. Rawlings to Levin Woolford, Comptroller of Maryland, regarding pension application of Susan Richardson. Relates to mdms# 4659., 5/1/1872-5/1/1872 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4662
John Crawford to W. Calmont discussing his personal fortunes and a possible end to slavery., 4/20/1806-4/20/1806 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 4695
School exercise and correspondence book of J.H. Jamar who was attending the Mount Washington Rugby Institute., 1/1/1856-12/31/1857 series 10box 1folder 1item 4706
Letter written by James Abercrombie of Philadelphia to Samuel Parker praising tract written by Dr. Wharton in opposition to tenets [on the Trinity] of Dr. Priestly., 6/9/1791-6/9/1791 series 10box 1folder 1item 4721
Unfinished letter addressed to author's daughter concerning physicians, health, trip to Cambridge, Md., 2/9/1840-2/9/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 4747
Written from Annapolis - request for various chemicals and equipment., 4/3/1837-4/3/1837 series 10box 1folder 1item 4757
To Messrs. Canoge from Benjamin Canoge regarding sale of Ozenburgh cloth., 4/16/1812-4/16/1812 series 10box 1folder 1item 4768
From Alexander A. Kennard to John C. Waters regarding position of wood corder. (Folio ), 1/4/1838-1/4/1838 series 10box 1folder 1item 4769
From George Small to Frederick Zeigler regarding settlement of Zeigler's account with Kerman and Stillinger., 6/16/1848-6/16/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4770
From Thomas Harris to William Gibson, Clerk of Baltimore County Court regarding legal matters., 9/22/1826-9/22/1826 series 10box 1folder 1item 4771
From John P. Ingle to Eli Beatty regarding accounts between Bank & Canal Company., 1/28/1840-1/28/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 4775
From George Mackubin to Emanuel Kent regarding the accounting for auction duties., 11/24/1830-11/24/1830 series 10box 1folder 1item 4776
From William Camden, clerk for D. Claude to John J. Graves regarding funding for free schools., 8/11/1846-8/11/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 4777
From Francis Gallagher to Jacob G. Davies regarding nominations made to Maryland Senate., 2/4/1845-2/4/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 4779
From John M. Fissevre to Messrs. Canoges regarding "moon colored ribbons"; in French., 3/12/1813-3/12/1813 series 10box 1folder 1item 4797
From William J. Cole to Alexander Randall regarding debts owed to Cole., 6/29/1842-6/29/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 4799
From Samuel M. Magraw to his wife Mary Ann S. Magraw regarding family news and the beginnings of his school in Baltimore., 9/20/1842-9/20/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 4801
To Murray Forbes from George W. Richardson regarding new boat to Falmouth, VA and stock investments., 2/5/1846-2/5/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 4802
From William G. Harrison to C.P. Leverich regarding payment of debt and state of trading., 4/12/1848-4/12/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4803
From E.J. Walsh to C.P. Leverich regarding the recovery of his wife and his plans to return to his post in New Orleans., 8/31/1846-8/31/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 4804
From Sarah Furlong to her son, Henry, regarding articles she sent to him, family news, and meeting the "great Dr. Dunn, the reform preacher in Baltimore.", 11/14/1836-11/14/1836 series 10box 1folder 1item 4805
From Sarah Furlong to her son, Henry, regarding family news and convention in Baltimore., 5/7/1844-5/7/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 4806
From William G. Furlong to his father, Rev. Henry Furlong regarding family news and the power of religion., 9/1/1840-9/1/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 4807
From Sanders & Cook of Baltimore to Thomas S. Turner requesting that Turner forward them $3 to replace dollars that turned out to be counterfeit., 11/22/1850-11/22/1850 series 10box 1folder 1item 4836
From H.Z.A. Thompson to General Jones, Adjutant General, USA, regarding reimbursement for materials furnished to Private John B. Sullivan but not paid for before his discharge., 9/19/1845-9/19/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 4837
From W.G. Harrison to Major General Thomas S. Jesup regarding sight draft., 7/22/1847-7/22/1847 series 10box 1folder 1item 4838
From John Mitchell to Nathan Towson, paymaster general, Washington City, District of Columbia, regarding monies due him as back pay for his now-deceased son, John Mitchell, Jr., who died in the Army., 12/8/1827-12/8/1827 series 10box 1folder 1item 4839
From H.P. Warrington to William L. Marcy, Secretary of War, regarding confirmation of the death of Alexander Chauncy., 6/10/1848-6/10/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4840
From Thomas F. Bowie to William O. Baldwin regarding political campaign., 8/27/1849-8/27/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 4841
From Elizabeth A. Tschippely to A. Towson regarding extra pay due to her., 8/12/1848-8/12/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4842
From John Eschbach to Ignatius Garner regarding land transactions for a religious congregation and local politics., 10/9/1848-10/9/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 4843
From William Woodward to Messrs. Slater and Land regarding a business transaction., 7/23/1849-7/23/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 4844
From T.H. Smith to William Barr regarding transportation for packages and chests., 10/9/1834-10/9/1834 series 10box 1folder 1item 4845
From Frederick Focke to Josiah M. Smith regarding death of Focke's cousin, Charles W. Karthaus, and other family matters., 12/10/1842-12/10/1842 series 10box 1folder 1item 4846
From William G. Thomas to James C. Bell regarding sale of duck cloth and health of Mary Lewin., 3/11/1844-3/11/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 4847
From J. Smith Homand to David Thompson, president of N.Y. Life Insurance Co., regarding issuance of a life insurance policy., 11/28/1846-11/28/1846 series 10box 1folder 1item 4848
From Gen. Snyder to Major L. Thomas regarding Baltimore fortifications., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4849
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland to Sheriff concerning collection of fines (Annapolis, Maryland)., 10/2/1817-10/2/1817 series 10box 1folder 1item 4875
Letter from Tyler of Planters' Bank of Prince George's County to J.L. [McKenna?] regarding returned bank draft for insufficient funds., 5/6/1828-5/6/1828 series 10box 1folder 1item 4889
Tyler of the Planters' Bank of Prince George's County; letter regarding bank draft., 3/8/1823-3/8/1823 series 10box 1folder 1item 4890
Unsigned letter, allegedly by John Chapman, on behalf of Arthur Jackson Smoot, who is seeking an army commission., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4893
Letter from J.W. Page to John G. Chapman regarding payment of interest and his travels., 2/27/1847-2/27/1847 series 10box 1folder 1item 4894
Letter to Messr. Fielder Israel & Sons from [William S. Gill?] regarding judgements against Charles and Robert R. Richardson., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 4918
Letter from J. Hamilton to Messrs. Owen Dorsey and Fielder Israel regarding receipts from legal suits., 7/6/1822-7/6/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 4919
Letter from Somerville Pickney to Fielder Israel regarding accounts of Mrs. McElhiney., 6/28/1841-6/28/1841 series 10box 1folder 1item 4920
Letter from Henry Slade to executors of the estate of Isaac [Burnidor?] regarding debts owed to the estate by Slade's brother, Charles., 5/24/1823-5/24/1823 series 10box 1folder 1item 4921
Letter from Reuben T. Thom to Owen Dorsey and Fielder Israel regarding monies owed by Isaac Burneston estate., 1/1/1823-12/31/1824 series 10box 1folder 1item 4922
Letter from Robert Emory to his brother regarding covering blank check he is sending., 6/18/1844-6/18/1844 series 10box 1folder 1item 4923
Letter from James Hamilton to Messrs. Owen Dorsey and Fielding Israel regarding claim of Mr. Burneston against Messrs. Meyers and Gosweller., 12/8/1821-12/8/1821 series 10box 1folder 1item 4924
Letter from Samuel Arnold to Owen Dorsey and Fielder Israel regarding amount due Coventry Manufacturing Co. by the late Isaac Burneston., 12/10/1821-12/10/1821 series 10box 1folder 1item 4925
Letter from Dexter Thurber, agent for the United Maryland Company regarding amount owed by the late Isaac Burneston., 11/26/1822-11/26/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 4926
Letter from James G. Anthony, agent for Coventry Manufacturing Co. to Fielder Israel regarding preparation of sight draft payable to George Curtis, cashier., 1/13/1831-1/13/1831 series 10box 1folder 1item 4927
Letter from Samuel Arnold, agent for Coventry Manufaturing Co. to Fielder Israel regarding amount owed by the late Isaac Burneston., 1/10/1826-1/10/1826 series 10box 1folder 1item 4928
Letter from Samuel Arnold, agent for Coventry Manufacturing Company to Owen Dorsey and Fielder Israel regarding settlement of account by the late Isaac Burneston., 11/29/1822-11/29/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 4929
Letter from Meyers and Bready to Capt. E.L. Weyher regarding sale of floor., 6/1/1843-6/1/1843 series 10box 1folder 1item 4930
Letter from Whitley Block to D. Rapp regarding his suit against Dail for his wrongful imprisonment in a Pennsylvania Hospital. He expects Rapp to testify at the trial., 1/29/1835-1/29/1835 series 10box 1folder 1item 4932
Letter from Whitley Block to Robert Vaux regarding Block's hospitalization in Pennsylvania., 9/5/1834-9/5/1834 series 10box 1folder 1item 4933
Letter from Mary [Furlong?] to her brother, the Rev. Henry Furlong regarding family news and religion., 2/11/1820-2/11/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4935
Letter from William Furlong to his brother, the Rev. Henry Furlong, regarding his finding employment and avoiding the need to care for another man's family as well as his own., 5/18/1823-5/18/1823 series 10box 1folder 1item 4936
Letter from Ann Poor to Margaret Currie regarding shopping, repairing a doll, dining on rock fish and other meats and seafood., 11/8/1827-11/8/1827 series 10box 1folder 1item 4937
Letter from B. Harwood [Treasurer for the State of Maryland?], to unidentified person concerning property tax collection., 9/9/1822-9/9/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 4938
Letter from B. Harwood [Treasurer of the State of Maryland?] to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court concerning lest of executions., 9/6/1817-9/6/1817 series 10box 1folder 1item 4940
Letter from B. Harwood to unidentified person concerning securities of John McPheson, managers of the Presbyterian church lottery, Joseph M. Cromwell, William Ritchie (former clerk of Frederick County)., 2/18/1820-2/18/1820 series 10box 1folder 1item 4941
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County, concerning marriage licenses., 5/7/1819-5/7/1819 series 10box 1folder 1item 4942
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, acknowledging receipt of letter and check for marriage licenses., 5/4/1818-5/4/1818 series 10box 1folder 1item 4947
Letter from B. Harwood, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, to John Schley, Clerk of Frederick County Court, concerning licenses granted to retailers., 10/7/1822-10/7/1822 series 10box 1folder 1item 4948
Letter from John W. Hoffman to Rev. William R. Whittingham regarding Whittingham's election as Episcopate of the Maryland Diocese. Congratulations and wishes for his success., 7/27/1840-7/27/1840 series 10box 1folder 1item 5384
Letter with accompanying envelope from Emor Young to his wife - is sending her some rings, diamonds, and other trinkets; Gives her instructions about buying land and receiving visitors., 4/18/1864-4/18/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5388
Letter from Vincent Ghirardini to his daughter concerning arrival of his son Julius by ship in Philadelphia, letters he sent to his daughter that she has not received, and helath of various family members. [This item was a donation from Valentino.], 3/28/1817-3/28/1817 series 10box 1folder 1item 5395
Letter from merchant Vincent Ghirardini to his son Julius in Amsterdam. Sorry he missed sending letter earlier, congratulations to Julius on his marriage, and best wishes to his wife. Asks him to write., 3/28/1821-3/28/1821 series 10box 1folder 1item 5396
Postcard of Memorial Chapel, University of Maryland, sent to Roy Beard of Hagerstown, MD., 6/17/1954-6/17/1954 series 10box 1folder 1item 5423
Letter from Elbridge T. Sherwin (Chaplain, Company "G," 8th Regiment New York Artillery) to his cousin, Mrs. Horace G. Chase of Chicago. Written from Fort McHenry, Baltimore and discusses living conditions of troops., 3/1/1864-3/1/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5437
Pauline Dugas. Autograph letter signed, Savannah, 15 Oct. 1804, in French, to her brother, L.L. Dugas, care of Dugas and Mitchell, Baltimore. Gives full instructions for sending slaves from Baltimore to Savannah., 10/15/1804-10/15/1804 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5439
Letter to Charles H. Linville, Esq. of Baltimore from Theodore Roosevelt, New York. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 1/1/1916-12/31/1916 series 10box 1folder 1item 5446
Letter to H.H. Balch of Easton, Talbot County, MD from Theodore Roosevelt, declining request for enlistment in the U.S. Navy. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 5/3/1898-5/3/1898 series 10box 1folder 1item 5452
3 letters from Charles [C.W.C.] to William, Baltimore. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 2/7/1859-4/25/1865 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5454
Letter to Governor [S?] Smith from [G?] Stiles regarding Stiles' application for employment. From the Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 2/4/1818-2/4/1818 series 10box 1folder 1item 5461
Letter to William Hause from Charles W. Cadden in Harmony Hall, Darlington, Harford County. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., [undated] series 10box 1folder 1item 5462
5 letters to Charles J. Bonaparte of Baltimore, MD from Harold Ickes, of Chicago. Discussion of politics and the upcoming election. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 1/26/1920-9/20/1920 series 10box 1folder 1item 5470
Letter to William Beall of Frederick County from [Roger] B. Taney in Baltimore. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 5/25/1824-5/25/1824 series 10box 1folder 1item 5471
Letter from Charles Benedict Calvert (founder of the University of Maryland) to J. C. Nicholson, Esq. in Baltimore discussing the founding plans for the Maryland Agricultural College. [Prince George's County], 9/29/1858-9/29/1858 series 10box 1folder 1item 5473
Combination letter copybook and diary kept by Dr. James Garry, an Irishman who immigrated to the United States in 1828. Letters preserved in copybook detail hi immigration, his first years in Baltimore (where he studied medicine), his work as Corresponding Secretary of the "Associated Friends of Ireland in the City of Baltimore," his continuing self-education in the Classics, interest in American politics, and solicitude for siblings who remained in Ireland. Inside cover contains several recipes. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1879-12/31/1885 series 10box 1folder 1item 5483
Photocopy of transcriptions of a diary and letters written by Abel Teple Laforge and geneological information on Laforge's family. Laforge's unit, 106th New York Infantry Regiment,saw action in Maryland during the Civil War., 1/1/1993-12/31/1993 series 10box 1folder 1item 6002
An autograph letter signed "George Rizer" (Rose Valley, Washington County) addressed to David Hoffman of Philadelphia. Contains an early reference to American steel manufacturing: "Since you have left for Europe I addressed a few lines to the care of Mr. Montgomery for you on the subject of discovering more iron ore... . I wish to inform you by this that I have since discovered what I may say an inexhaustible quantity of what men of experience say will make steel.", 3/1/1848-3/1/1848 series 10box 1folder 1item 5485
Autographed letter signed "David Weems" to a Mrs. Mary Cox, Baltimore Town. Provides an early discussion of the westward expansion of slavery in his plans to emigrate with his slaves to the "Back Country." Weems discusses his intention to settle on the Mississippi River just below the mouth of the Ohio River. He also discusses selling a slave to Mrs. Cox., 12/11/1787-12/11/1787 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5486
Group of five letters total. Two of the letters were written by Samuel Riggs of Baltimore to his uncle, Elisha Riggs, in New York, regarding business and financial matters in Baltimore, as well as family news, such as a planned trip to Berkely Springs, West Virginia, in 1842. Also included is a letter from Corcoran Riggs of Washington to Henry Rogers, Esq., in Baltimore, and a letter from Samuel Riggs to Corcoran Riggs. One letter is addressed to Elisha Riggs from a different nephew, R. R. Griffith., 01/13/1835-06/08/1852 series 10box 1folder 1item 5490
Letter from Edward Brewer in Milwaukee describing an eyewitness account of a train wreck. Addressed to Moses Davis of Cambridge, Massachussetts. Describes a rail journey from Baltimore to Frederick, where the engine "Martin Van Buren," after travelling 30 miles at the speed of 3 1/2 miles per hour, ran off the track and into a rock. No one was injured in the accident., 04/03/1837-04/03/1837 series 10box 1folder 1item 5491
Two letters written by Private Zachariah Taylor (Company H, 3rd Maryland Regiment), during the Civil War. The etter dated July 29, [1863] was written from Camp Urbanna in Frederick County, Maryland. The letter dated January 3, 1864, was written from West Virginia, on the back of a letter written to Private Taylor from his family in West Virginia. The letters detail troop movements and conditions., 07/29/1863-01/03/1864 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5497
Alexander, Jospeh: Letter (Baltimore, Maryland) to Colonel J.S. Williams concerning his views on slavery in Maryland., 8/20/1862 (Online) series 10box 1folder 1item 5503
Autograph signed letter from John Thomson Mason (1815-1873), Hagerstown, Maryland, to Charles Benedict Calvert, Riversdale, Maryland, disucssing the purchase of cattle., 8/2/1849 series 10box 1folder 1item 5504
Coolidge, Calvin: Letter to David Lawrence regarding his topical survey [Washington, D.C.], 10/2/1926-10/2/1926 series 10box 1folder 1item 5510
Letter from Elihu S. Rilly, Annapolis, to Miss Ida Herzog of the Baltlimore News American Rilly is responding to Herzog's inquiry about two items that the State of Maryland may own for a Baltimore News American article.[Anne Arundel County], 5/30/1913-5/13/1913 series 10box 1folder 1item 5513
Letters from Major Joseph G. Pangborn to Mr. James D. Fisher [Baltimore City], 6/10/1908-6/20/1908 series 10box 1folder 1item 5517
Letter from Col. John Hoskins Stone to business associate [Anne Arundel County], 3/26/1792-3/26/1792 series 10box 1folder 1item 5521
Letter from Tilghman Goldsborough to wife's parents [Baltimore], 3/20/1845-3/20/1845 series 10box 1folder 1item 5525
Formula for curing "Cholick" in horses, 2/17/1816-2/17/1816 series 10box 1folder 1item 5528
Letter from Tilghman to Senate of U. States [Queen Anne's County], undated series 10box 1folder 1item 5533

Series 11: Histories of Maryland Cities, Towns, and Counties, 1863-1971 and undated (30 items)

Published and unpublished histories of various Maryland cities, towns, and counties. Among the areas chronicled are Garrett, Frederick, Worcester, and Prince George's counties, Hagerstown, Cumberland, Baltimore City, Frederick, and Joppa Town. Also present are commentaries on specific sites such as Fort McHenry, Rumsey Mansion, and Hitching Post Hill. Included among the authors is C.E. Hoye.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Histories of Maryland Cities, Towns, and Counties] series 11box 1folder 1
Hoye, C. E. Pamphlet, Indian camps in Garrett Co.; Civil War, skirmish at Bloomington, reprint for the Oakland Republican [Garrett County], 5/20/1937-5/20/1937 series 11box 1folder 1item 140
Lippincott, C.: Author's corrected typescript, "Maryland as a Palatinate" (Folio ), 1/1/1902-12/31/1902 series 11box 1folder 1item 769
Fogg, G.W.: Letter containing quote about "Old Line" nickname; quotes from Scharf and Trevelyou, 2 pieces, includes 881a, 2/1/1938-2/28/1938 series 11box 1folder 1item 881
Quynn, Dorothy: Pamphlet, "The Loyalist Plot in Frederick" [Frederick County], [undated] series 11box 1folder 1item 1382
Calvert, Joseph R.: Scrapbook, newspaper clips, and pictures of old houses in Prince Georges County and other clips of interest; miscellaneous collection in folder (Folio ), 1/1/1962-12/31/1962 series 11box 1folder 1item 1503
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, 1952, brochure [Baltimore City], 1/1/1952-12/31/1952 series 11box 1folder 1item 2281
Brief history of Hitching Post Hill, near College Park, with names of notable owners. [Prince George's County], [undated] series 11box 1folder 1item 4329
Book of quotations and poetry belonging to William Henry A. Hamilton of Baltimore. Much relating to opinions of and occurences in Civil War., 5/2/1863-5/2/1863 series 11box 1folder 1item 4543
Lists of architectural drawings, mechanical drawings, detail drawings, shop drawings, and plywood panel sizes for various structures - apparently relates to construction in Greenbelt, Maryland - may be linked with microfilm of drawings. (Folio ), 1/1/1936-12/31/1937 series 11box 1folder 1item 4704
History of the Takoma Café written by Cindy Forbes. Honors paper. See correspondence in control file., 1/1/1987-12/31/1987 series 11box 1folder 1item 5367
Case Study in Historic House Research by Susan E. Cook, winner of the 1990 Margaret Cook Award presented by the Prince George's County Historical and Cultural Trust and Prince George's Heritage., 12/20/1989-12/20/1989 series 11box 1folder 1item 5369
Engraving of the Battle Monument, Baltimore. From Papers of Theodore R. McKeldin., 1/1/1883-12/31/1883 series 11box 1folder 1item 5453
"Sketches of Nine Old Colonial Churches of Southern Maryland," copied by Mrs. Frederick Sparrow, Vice Chairman Historic Spots, District of Columbia, D. A. R. Includes St. John's Church, Broad Creek, Oxon Hill, and St. Barnabas Chapel; William and Mary Parish, Christ Church, Piccapnapen; and Chaptico Church, Valley Lee, St. Mary's Parish, and All Faith Parish St. Mary's County. Includes black and white photographs and essays., 1941 series 11box 1folder 1item 5494
Scrapbook, full of newspaper clippings (recyled rough court docket) [Frederick County], 1871-1873 series 11box 1folder 1item 5511

Series 12: Land Records, 1671-1963 and undated (393 items)

Land patents and grants, leases, mortgages, surveys, deeds, indentures, maps, assessments, publications, and correspondence documenting the ownership, sale, and description of numerous parcels of land within the state of Maryland. Among the numerous landowners represented in this grouping are Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Levin Wall, John Eager Howard, Joshua Gist, Theodorick Bland, William Polk, and Charles Calvert. Surveyors whose work is included among these land records are Owen and Augustus Bouldin and William Barrow.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Land Records] series 12box 1folder 1
Accounts of Charles Carroll for amounts owed on land deeds and others., 1/1/1740-12/31/1832 series 12box 1folder 1item 1
Accounts of Charles Carroll for amounts owed on land deeds and others, 1/1/1740-12/31/1832 series 12box 1folder 1item 2
Courses of land of Dorsey to James Cord, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4
Surveyor's plot to J. Arnold for Half Pone and Arnold's Fancy, 1/1/1747-12/31/1747 series 12box 1folder 1item 5
Subpoena to Magruder concerning title to Hammond's Ridge, 1/1/1810-12/31/1810 series 12box 1folder 1item 7
Certificate of sale from A. Magruder to Col. Howard, Hammond's Ridge and Ranter's Ridge [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1826-12/31/1826 series 12box 1folder 1item 8
Courses of land, Arnold's Fancy to C. Carroll of Carrollton [Anne Arundel County], 5/1/1786-12/31/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 14
Deed - Short title, N. Dorsey to V. E. Dorsey; Reference to title, N. Dorsey to V. E. Dorsey 1709. [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1769-12/31/1769 series 12box 1folder 1item 15
Deed - Short title, Summary of Interactions between N. Dorsey to V. E. Dorsey; Reference to title, N. Dorsey to V. E. Dorsey 1709. [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1771-12/31/1771 series 12box 1folder 1item 16
Agreement for release of mortgage from P. Hammond to J. E. Howard. [Anne Arundel County] [Baltimore County], 10/1/1811-10/31/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 17
Extract of deed from E. Dorsey to J. E. Howard. [Anne Arundel County], 2/1/1785-2/28/1785 series 12box 1folder 1item 22
Certificate and plate of Dispute Ended from J. E. Howard to B. Shipley. [Anne Arundel County], 6/2/1802-6/2/1802 series 12box 1folder 1item 23
Deed, extract--Dispute Ended from J. E. Howard to B. Shipley. [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1803-12/31/1803 series 12box 1folder 1item 24
Deed, extract for Arnold's Fancy from C. Carroll to J.E. Howard. [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1806-12/31/1806 series 12box 1folder 1item 25
Deed, extract--The Dispute Ended from J. E. Howard to E. Hobbs. [Anne Arundel County], 11/1/1807-11/30/1807 series 12box 1folder 1item 26
Deed to Ranter's Ridge and Hammond's Ridge from D. Hammond to J. E. Howard. [Anne Arundel County], 10/1/1811-10/31/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 27
Deed to Gwinns Purchase from J. Fust to J. E. Howard [Anne Arundel County], 11/1/1813-11/30/1813 series 12box 1folder 1item 28
Report of division of real estate of Samuel R. Smith [Baltimore County], 1/1/1835-12/31/1835 series 12box 1folder 1item 29
Copies of certificates of courses of land to J. Brown, 10/30/1752-10/30/1752 series 12box 1folder 1item 41
Opinion on boundaries of tracts of land, Joshua's Loss running with Half Pone, 5/14/1805-5/14/1805 series 12box 1folder 1item 42
Title, deduction of title of Ranter's Ridge [Anne Arundel County], 2/13/1713-9/30/1736 series 12box 1folder 1item 43
Title, deduction of Hammond's Ridge, 5/20/1703-4/10/1801 series 12box 1folder 1item 44
Plot of Half Pone, etc., J. E. Howard, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 45
Shipley, C. Agreement with S. Ruckle and C. Ogden for Shipley to convey property [Baltimore City], 9/17/1887-9/17/1887 series 12box 1folder 1item 145
Sydebotham, W. Letter to Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, concerning his right to act for C.H. Massey heirs, concerning two small tracts of land in Bladensburg [Prince George's County], 7/28/1785-7/28/1785 series 12box 1folder 1item 200
[Marhsall, J. Miscellaneous papers, receipts, agreement, concerning a plantation and the middle ferry on the Monocacy] J. Robert Hammett statement of owing money. [Frederick County], 8/18/1788-8/18/1788 series 12box 1folder 1item 226
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 12/11/1768-9/1/1797 series 12box 1folder 1item 227
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 1/1/1788-12/31/1892 series 12box 1folder 1item 228
Marhsall, J. Stattement of debt to the state of Maryland [Frederick County], 11/30/1811-11/30/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 229
Taney, Raphael. Agreement and bond concerning Taney Town [Baltimore City], 5/1/1762-5/1/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 232
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 1/1/1922-12/31/1922 series 12box 1folder 1item 257
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 7/15/1924-7/15/1924 series 12box 1folder 1item 258
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 6/17/1925-6/17/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 259
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 5/20/1924-5/20/1924 series 12box 1folder 1item 260
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 9/20/1923-9/20/1923 series 12box 1folder 1item 261
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 8/30/1922-8/30/1922 series 12box 1folder 1item 262
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 7/22/1921-7/22/1921 series 12box 1folder 1item 263
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 1/10/1922-1/10/1922 series 12box 1folder 1item 264
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 1/10/1922-1/10/1922 series 12box 1folder 1item 265
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 4/15/1925-4/15/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 266
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 4/29/1925-4/29/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 267
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 5/1/1925-5/1/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 268
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 6/24/1925-6/24/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 269
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 8/19/1925-8/19/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 270
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 8/31/1925-8/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 271
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 9/30/1925-9/30/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 272
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 9/30/1925-9/30/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 273
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 10/2/1925-10/2/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 274
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 1/1/1925-1/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 275
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 2/1/1925-2/28/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 276
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 3/1/1925-3/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 277
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 4/1/1925-4/30/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 278
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 5/1/1925-5/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 279
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 6/1/1925-6/30/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 280
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 7/1/1925-7/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 281
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 8/1/1925-8/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 282
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 10/1/1925-10/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 283
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 11/1/1925-11/30/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 284
Bolgiano, L. Miscellaneous papers concerning Sopia Bolgiano's moneyed holdings [Baltimore City], 12/1/1925-12/31/1925 series 12box 1folder 1item 285
Bordley, J. B. Lease , T. Beard, to farm land, signed by John Hauson (Folio ), 1/1/1785-12/31/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 372
Hunter, Adam; Vernon, Abner; Home, Patrick: Indenture between Adam Hunter, Abner Vernon, Patrick Home and Baker Johnson for land (Folio ), 1/1/1792-12/31/1792 series 12box 1folder 1item 373
Price, T.: Indenture for tract of land between T. Price and G. Galasby (Folio ), 1/1/1768-12/31/1768 series 12box 1folder 1item 374
Gay, R.: Survey book, tracts and early patents, 3/15/1750-12/31/1757 series 12box 1folder 1item 376
Ridgely Farm plot (original) and two revised - moved to the Richard White Collection (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 427
Ridgely Farm plot (original) and two revised - moved to the Richard White Collection (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 428
Ridgely Farm plot (original) and two revised - moved to the Richard White Collection (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 429
Scott, F.L.: Letter to J. Schley, clerk, Frederick County Court, asking him to send a copy of the deed to "Resurvey of Bedford" (508-513 are in one folder) [Frederick County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 512
Scott, F.L.: Letter to J. Schley, clerk, Frederick County Court, asking to put a certificate under the seal of the court upon an enclosed deed (508-513 are in one folder) [Frederick County], 4/27/1832-4/27/1832 series 12box 1folder 1item 513
Irvine, I.F.: Letter to J. Schley, clerk, Frederick County, asking for a check on the recording of a deed. [Frederick County], 8/26/1831-8/26/1831 series 12box 1folder 1item 517
Oliver, C.: Letter to the clerk of the record office, Frederick Town, requesting the deed of a farm in Middletown Valley. [Frederick County], 12/18/1833-12/18/1833 series 12box 1folder 1item 518
Warfield, H.R. and Clarke, D: Objections (16 in number) filed by R. Briscoe against the comission and its proceedings to mark and bound a tract called Carrollton, 1/28/1799-1/28/1799 series 12box 1folder 1item 521
Calvert, G.: Sketch map of land near Calverton, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 526
Calvert, G.: Mortgage notes, 4/13/1916-4/13/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 527
Calvert, G.: mortgage notes, 4/13/1916-4/13/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 528
Calvert, G.: mortgage notes, 4/13/1916-4/13/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 529
Calvert, G.: mortgage notes, 4/13/1916-4/13/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 530
Calvert, G.: receipt from Circuit Court in Upper Marlboro, 3/7/1917-3/7/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 531
Calvert, G.: letter re: Fanny A. Calvert's property, 2/14/1917-2/14/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 532
Calvert, G.: statement re: Fanny A. Calvert's property, 3/3/1917-3/3/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 533
Calvert, G.: receipt for payment made with regard to Fanny A Calvert's property., 3/9/1917-3/9/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 534
Calvert, G.: Copy of receipt for payment made with regard to Fanny A Calvert's property., 1/1/1916-12/31/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 535
Calvert, G.: Deed giving land to Fanny A. Calvert, 2/13/1905-2/13/1905 series 12box 1folder 1item 536
Calvert, G.: Abstract of title, 3/28/1916-3/28/1916 series 12box 1folder 1item 537
Calvert, G.: mortgage, 4/13/1916-4/13/1916 series 12box 1folder 1item 538
Calvert, G.: Release re: land, 4/17/1916-4/17/1916 series 12box 1folder 1item 539
Calvert, G.: Deed, 3/3/1917-3/3/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 540
Calvert, G.: mortgage, 8/31/1917-8/31/1917 series 12box 1folder 1item 541
Calvert, G.: release, 7/8/1918-7/8/1918 series 12box 1folder 1item 542
Calvert, G.: release, 5/14/1919-5/14/1919 series 12box 1folder 1item 543
Hammond, J.M.: Letter to W.J. Ross for expenses in sale of land. [Baltimore City], 4/3/1948-12/31/1849 series 12box 1folder 1item 544
Woodward, (William): Letter to James Fulton concerning the crediting of an amount of money for a piece of land [Baltimore City], 2/8/1847-2/8/1847 series 12box 1folder 1item 589
Clark and Kellogg: Bill of lading to Messrs. Menifes and Slaughter and request for views on a piece of land [Baltimore City], 1/7/1843-1/7/1843 series 12box 1folder 1item 629
Dorsey, Thomas: Indenture made with R. Smith for tract of land (Folio ), 1/1/1776-12/31/1766 series 12box 1folder 1item 716
Brewer, G.: Courses of "King Sale" surveyed for Jeremiah Sulivant, 6/24/1671-9/1/1671 series 12box 1folder 1item 840
Brewer, G.: Courses of Brook Hill or Hall, surveyed for Robert Brook [Calvert County], 4/20/1664-5/20/1664 series 12box 1folder 1item 844
Baltzees, W.: Indenture between Enoch Louis Lowe and Outerbridge Horsey concerning sale of lots [Frederick County], 2/14/1859-2/14/1859 series 12box 1folder 1item 959
Redich, John: Indenture with Richard Baird for tract of land called Carroll's Delight orginally owned by Charles Carroll of Annapolis [Baltimore county], 4/2/1770-� series 12box 1folder 1item 1301
Winchester, Stephen: Indenture made with Ludwich Wampler concerning a tract of land [Fran] Intention lying between tracts of land Michaels Forrest and Phillips Retirement (Folio ), 1/1/1798-12/31/1798 series 12box 1folder 1item 1308
Hanson, Alexander Contee: Deed to Jacob Baltzell for the property, confiscated British property, of Daniel Dulany (Folio ), 1/1/1795-12/31/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1317
Sumwalt, John T.: Indenture, mortgage to John N. Brown, for parcel of ground being part of Howard's addition (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1338
Assignment to William H. Keener parcels of ground; printed form stating Edward Starr, a justice of the peace, pasted on the back of manuscript (Folio ), 1/1/1872-12/31/1872 series 12box 1folder 1item 1340
Hussey, Martin: Mortgage to the Metropolitan Savings Bank of Baltimore for a parcel of ground; printed form stating John J. Grindall, justice of the peace, pasted on back of manuscript (Folio ), 1/1/1885-12/31/1885 series 12box 1folder 1item 1341
Planters' Mutual Insurance Company of Washington County Maryland, policy number 4978, to Daniel and Cyrus Garver, for loss of damage by fire to dwelling and barn (Folio ), 1/1/1875-12/31/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 1342
Stirling, Archibald: Indenture to Isaac [M Creden] for a parcel of land ( Oversize), 1/1/1826-12/31/1826 series 12box 1folder 1item 1343
Smith, Samuel: Listing of properties in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Harford County, in the estate of Samuel Smith, 1/1/1797-12/31/1824 series 12box 1folder 1item 1363
McMechen, David: Indenture, lease to Thomas Morrow and George Croock, butchers, for the lot situated in Baltimore town in Harrisons Marsh on Falls Market Street; contains construction specifications for house or houses and payment details (Folio ), 1/1/1795-12/31/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1502
Bland, Theodorick: Holographic letter signed to Joseph J. Speed, Baltimore, tells of problems with the surveying of the land [Annapolis], 8/22/1844-8/22/1844 series 12box 1folder 1item 1546
Bland, Theodorick: Holographic letter signed to Joseph J. Speed, Baltimore, tells of further trouble with the title, requests mortgage papers, dealings with tenant farmers and carpenters [Annapolis], 12/6/1844-12/6/1844 series 12box 1folder 1item 1547
Petion, Alexander: Letter, October 29, 1816, written in French, signed [B.] for Petion, to Madame Veuve Victor, assuring her that a parcel of land is legally hers, translated by Doris Droz, May 18, 1972 [translation missing], 10/29/1816-10/29/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 1617
Brown, John: Extract of lease, May 19, 1795, to William Balk, for all that part of Lot number 33 in the first addition to Baltimore Town on the east side of Jones Falls, 5/19/1795-5/19/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1699
Barrett, Elizabeth E.: Deed, incomplete form, [November 24, 1887] to Helen Rhine for parcel of land known as "Covenant of Peace" and the "Two Edged Sword", 3 pages [Montgomery County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1700
Burgess, Heller J.: Document signed , September 15, 1831, to Elbert Beckwith concerning debts and parcel of land [Frederick County], 9/15/1831-9/15/1831 series 12box 1folder 1item 1702
Carroll, Charles: Notice, September 14, 1798, to petition Frederick County Court for a commissin to mark and bound tracts of land called "Carrollton" and "Addition to Carrollton" [Frederick County], 9/14/1798-9/14/1798 series 12box 1folder 1item 1737
[Godfry], Sam: Written instructions, October 30, 1806, to William Ritchie, asking him to deliver to Christian [Senseny] the deed from Bishop Carroll, 10/30/1806-10/30/1806 series 12box 1folder 1item 1762
Montgomery, John (Harford and Baltimore Counties): Land surveys, various dates 1743-1808, written in ink, nine plate drawings, 6 1/2" by 4", 34 pages, includes "Montgomery's Meadows", "Montgomery's Delight", "Montgomery's Safety", 1/1/1743-12/31/1808 series 12box 1folder 1item 1785
Smith, Henry (Somerset County): Copy of patent, document signed, September 8, 1818 of "Smiths Resolves", original May 3, 1683, 4 pages [Somerset County], 8/8/1818-8/8/1818 series 12box 1folder 1item 1798
Smith, Henry (no place): Courses, D. (no date) on "Addition to Smith's Hope", [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1799
Tull, John (Somerset County): Survey of land, document signed, November 12, 1760, called Tull's Trouble, plat and courses [Somerset County], 11/12/1760-11/12/1760 series 12box 1folder 1item 1801
Polk, William: Resurvey, May 9, 1720, for "Widows Choice", 5/9/1720-5/9/1720 series 12box 1folder 1item 1808
Polk, William: Document signed by William Polk, October 29, 1783, describes boundaries for "Hillmanum", "Smith's Resolve" and "Conclusion"; describes boundaries between property owned by William Polk, William Ballard, and William Jones [Somerset County], 10/29/1783-10/29/1783 series 12box 1folder 1item 1810
Polk, William: Document signed, April 14, 1804, concerns dispute over tract of land, "Smith's Resolve" between William Polk, William Ballard, and Lambert Hyland, 3 1/2 pages [Somerset County], 4/14/1804-4/14/1804 series 12box 1folder 1item 1812
Gray, John: Document, courses of a tract of land called "Derry", (no date); plot for "Derry"; includes 1815a, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1815
Crouch, Andrew: Document, courses, (no date), of "Crouch's Choice" and "Anderson's Adventure", [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1816
Jones, William: Document, courses of a tract of land called 'Friends Advice', May 1795, 5/1/1795-5/31/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1817
Woolford Family Papers: Surveys, courses for "Hillmanam" granted to Christopher Nutter; "Smith's Resolve", "Friends Advice" for Benjamin Fransway; "Winter Quarter" for Thomas Jones, 8/13,1755; "Beckford" granted to Edmund Howard, 11/20/1681; 2 pages [Somerset County], 11/20/1681-8/13/1755 series 12box 1folder 1item 1819
Polk, William: Document signed by William Polk (no date), giving tract of land "Double Purchase" to his son and a request for Mr. Bowland to plot "Double Purchase", [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1820
Woolford Family Papers: Courses, July 1766, for "Conclusion", "Fray's Adventure", Benjamin Fransway's land and Robert Geddes' [Somerset County], 7/1/1766-7/31/1766 series 12box 1folder 1item 1821
Polk, William: Resurvey, June 3, 1795, of "Conclusion" [Somerset County], 6/3/1795-6/3/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1822
Woolford Family Papers: Plot for Widow's Choice, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1824
Woolford Family Papers: Surveys, "Smith's Hope", granted to Captain Henry Smith, August 10, 1684; "Williams Adventure" for William Ovens, November 22, 1723; "Addition to Smith's Hope" for James Polk, September 5, 1750, 8/10/1684-6/5/1750 series 12box 1folder 1item 1825
Bozman, William: Courses, no date, for part of Good Luck, sold to William Covington, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1826
Woolford Family Papers: Record of transfer of deed for "Smiths Resolve", granted to Captain Henry Smith, August 10, 1684; to Samuel Johnston and Jean Wallace, June 13, 1688; to William Ourus, June 1690; to William Polk, 1713 [Somerset County], 8/10/1684-12/31/1713 series 12box 1folder 1item 1828
Woolford Family Papers: Survey, May 1795, of "Friends Advice" for William Jones [Somerset County], 5/5/1795-5/5/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 1829
Woolford Family Papers: Illustration of a plat of land, no name, May 7, 1803, disagreement on boundaries, between James Polk and [Jarvis] Ballard [Somerset County], 5/7/1806-5/7/1803 series 12box 1folder 1item 1830
Woolford Family Papers: Indenture, document signed by Samuel Johnston , Annabela A. Johnston, Samuel Covington, Wiliam Buzman, two dates, 16__, 1684, for Smith Resolve ( Oversize), 1/1/1684-12/31/1684 series 12box 1folder 1item 1831
Polk, William: Copy of certificate, September 2, 1794, for Williams lot containing 460 acres; plot show "Williams lot", "Cow pasture", and "Robinson's lot"; courses of resurvey listed ( Oversize), 9/2/1794-9/2/1794 series 12box 1folder 1item 1873
Beddo, Absalom: Patent, May 21, 1801, document signed by Alexander Contee Hanson, Chancellor, for parcel of land know as "The Covenant of Peace," seal attached (Folio ), 5/21/1801-5/21/1801 series 12box 1folder 1item 1875
Beall, John (Frederick County, son of Robert): Deed, November 20, 1752, printed form filled in, witnessed by Benjamin Tasker for a tract of land called "The Addition to Anstruther", part of seal attached (Folio ), 11/20/1752-11/20/1752 series 12box 1folder 1item 1876
Beddo, Absalom: Patent, May 20, 1805, document signed by Alexander Contee Hanson and Robert Bowie for tract of land called "Beddoes Chance" (Folio ), 5/20/1805-5/20/1805 series 12box 1folder 1item 1878
Williams, Henry L.: Patent, August 4, 1870, document signed by Oden Bowie and William Haywood, for a tract of land called "Semicircle" in Howard County (Folio ), 8/4/1870-8/4/1870 series 12box 1folder 1item 1879
Venables, Joseph: Deed, document signed by J. Venables, March 19, 1772, between J. Venables and Williams Polk for tract of land called "Royal Exchange"; on verso, Nelly Venables, wife, before two justices of the peace that she willingly agreed to sale (Folio ), 3/19/1772-3/19/1772 series 12box 1folder 1item 1885
Hanson, Alexander Contee: Deed, indenture, January 3, 1793, document signed by A. C. Hanson and Samuel Howard to Joshua Gist from the state of Maryland for a tract of land called "[Tells] Dale" (Folio ), 1/3/1793-1/3/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 1887
Gray, William: Deed, indenture, April 6, 1756, document signed by William Gray, J. Gillis, E. Wilson and recorded by Thomas Hayward to William and Benjamin Polk for tracts of land called "Hillmanum" and "Derry" (Folio ), 4/6/1756-4/6/1756 series 12box 1folder 1item 1888
Owens, William and John: Deed, indenture, August 5, 1713, document signed by W. and J. Owens, C. Ballard, and S. Hopkins to William Polk for two tracts of land, "Smiths Resolve" and "Widows Choice"'; on verso, witnessed by two justices of the peace (Folio ), 8/5/1713-8/5/1713 series 12box 1folder 1item 1889
Clement, Josias (no place, witness): List of answers to questions, no date, that concern the Stuart Family and sale of land "Fontaine ville", 5 1/2 pages [Prince George's County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 1914
Natan Cook (Montgomer County): Land patent for tract of land, the entire tract called Cook's Inheritance, 1,421 3/4 acres, April 28, 1790 [Montgomery County], 4/28/1790-4/28/1790 series 12box 1folder 1item 1990
Boaz Walston [Worcester County]: Land patent for a tract called " Canada", 40 acres, June 12, 1771, 6/12/1771-6/12/1771 series 12box 1folder 1item 1991
Boaz Walston [Worcester County]: Land patent for a tract called "Friend's Present", 10 acres, March 11, 1786 [Worcester County], 3/11/1786-3/11/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 1992
James Ginn [Cecil County]: Land patent for a tract, "Quigley's Lodge", 128 acres, July 17, 1809 [Cecil County], 7/15/1809-7/15/1809 series 12box 1folder 1item 1993
J. A. Earle to Benjamin Harwood, Easton, February 25, 1805, autographed letter signed regarding issuing of state dollars for purchase of Indian lands [Talbot County], 2/25/1805-2/25/1805 series 12box 1folder 1item 2035
J. A. Earle to Benjamin Harwood: Autographed letter signed, February 28, 1805, pencil draft regarding debt and interest on purchase of Indian land [Talbot County], 2/28/1805-2/28/1805 series 12box 1folder 1item 2036
Baltimore, Maryland, March 2, 1809: Land plat, Philpot Point and Queen Street [Baltimore City], 3/2/1809-3/2/1809 series 12box 1folder 1item 2209
Certificate for lands in Washington County, copy for lots 3258, 3259, 3260, 3261, westward of Ford Cumberland, November 1788 [Washington County], 11/1/1788-11/30/1788 series 12box 1folder 1item 2328
Joel Wright, deputy surveyor: Survey of Spring Plains granted to John Diggs, August 6, 1742; attested by John Ross Key, Samuel Cleland and Henry Coons, June 4, 1789, 8/6/1742-6/4/1789 series 12box 1folder 1item 2334
Jacob Furry, bond conveyance, August 27, 1789: Jacob Furry owes Michael Grow 1400 pounds, conveys deed for part of a tract of land called Brooks Grove Resurveys; verso, transfer to Conrad Dutteroe, March 14, 1791 [Frederick County], 8/27/1789-3/14/1791 series 12box 1folder 1item 2337
Indenture deed, January 10, 1794: Valentine Baist paid Joseph Myer 300 pounds for a tract of land called Friendship, Frederick County; attested, John Gwinn, John Ross Key [Frederick County], 1/10/1794-1/10/1794 series 12box 1folder 1item 2338
Indenture deed, holograph document signed, November 16, 1789: Andrew Boyd paid Samuel Perry 750 pounds for several parcels of land in a tract called Brothers Agreement; witnessed by John Gwinn, John Ross Key [Frederick County], 11/16/1789-11/17/1789 series 12box 1folder 1item 2339
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk, holograph document signed, 8/5/1796: Notice to Upton Bruce, Joshual Dillplane, Joseph Wilson, and John Philips relating to a petition of Richard and James Winchester regarding a tract of land called Stoney Ridge [Frederick County], 8/5/1796-9/23/1796 series 12box 1folder 1item 2348
Indenture deed, holograph document signed, June 9, 1794: Samuel Owings paid Nicholas Dill 28 pounds, 4 shillings for a tract of land called Ohio; attested by John Ross Key [Frederick County], 6/9/1794-6/9/1794 series 12box 1folder 1item 2353
Mr. Kenworthy, Surveyor, Baltimore: Instructions to Surveyor, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2385
Document written to the Montgomery County Court regarding sale of land belonging to Elisha Berry to satisfy debt to William Wilson and his wife, Anna Maria [Montgomery County], 8/13/1822-8/13/1822 series 12box 1folder 1item 2447
[Curson?], Richard, Baltimore County, Maryland, autographed document signed, March 26, 1796: Joshua Gist indentured to him for 150 pounds in payment for 2 lots of land in Westminster, Frederick County; witnessed by George Salmon and James Calhoun [Baltimore County], 3/26/1796-3/26/1796 series 12box 1folder 1item 2452
Samuel Owings, Baltimore County, autographed document, May 28, 1794: Record of payments, 1776-1794 for a tract of land called "Fells Dale" [Baltimore County], 5/28/1794-12/31/1794 series 12box 1folder 1item 2455
Sam E. Duvall and Joel Wright, arbitrators, autographed document signed, March 7, 1792, Frederick County, Maryland: Arbitrators of boundary dispute over Fells Dale between Joshua Gist and Richard Owings [Frederick County], 3/7/1792-3/7/1792 series 12box 1folder 1item 2456
Samuel Duvall and Joel Wright, arbitrators, Frederick County, autographed document signed, April 11, 1792: Arbitration of boundary of Long Ridge and Come By Chance between Joshua Gist and James Wells [Frederick County], 3/12/1791-4/11/1792 series 12box 1folder 1item 2457
George G. Brewer, Maryland clerk, autographed document signed: Copy of resurvey of Long Farm lying in Baltimore and Frederick Counties, patented June 4, 1793, to Joshua Gist (Folio ), 6/4/1793-6/4/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 2458
Darby Enson, surveyor, December 15, 1788: Plat and survey of Long Ridge, also showing Fells Dale, Stoney Batter, and Jacob's Well (Folio Oversize), 12/15/1788-12/15/1788 series 12box 1folder 1item 2459
Joshua Gist, Frederick County, Maryland: Plat of 2 parcels of land near White's Level and Long Farm (Folio Oversize), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2460
Sam Duvall, Frederick County Surveyor: Explanation of Owings Choice, Falls Dales, Round's Chance, and other properties (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2461
Sam Duvall, Frederick County surveyor: Plat and courses of Long Farm, county line bearing 55 degrees east with allowance (Folio Oversize), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2462
Plat of Falls Deal and other properties (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2463
Joshua Gist, Frederick County: Plat for 136 acres (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2464
Plat for Ireland's Eye, aalso showing the World's Wonder (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2465
Plat for Joshua's Lot, also showing Fells Dale, Browns Chance, Neighbour's Friendship, and Owings Choice (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2466
Alexander Hanson, Chancellor, autographed document signed, true copy, October 1802, appointing Joshua Gist as trustee to sell land of John Gist, deceased (Folio ), 10/1/1802-10/31/1802 series 12box 1folder 1item 2467
Joshua Gist, Frederick County, Maryland, December 1802: Record of sales of property of John Gist and distribution of shares [Frederick County], 12/1/1802-12/31/1802 series 12box 1folder 1item 2468
Joshua Gist, Frederick County, Maryland: Notice, September 16, 1835, to Winchester heirs forbidding the sale of lands outside White's level which would interfere with him [Frederick County], 9/16/1835-9/16/1835 series 12box 1folder 1item 2471
Morrell Park (Baltimore), Maryland: Advertising broadside, black and white photographs of dwellings, Daniel Dwyer, Agent, on Washington Road, adjoining the city limits (Folio ), 1/1/1900-12/31/1900 series 12box 1folder 1item 2610
Reisterstown Turnpike: Plats of land along the turnpike and Pleasant Hill Road, A. Y. Dolfield (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2611
Western Maryland Railroad Company: Blueprint, plot of land to be acquired of Alex Y. Dolfield, October 23, 1905 (Folio ), 10/23/1905-10/23/1905 series 12box 1folder 1item 2612
William Cotton: Assessment for vacant lot 696, Baltimore, September 11, 1875, bounded by Washington Street, Pratt Street, and alley [Baltimore City], 9/11/1875-9/11/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 2615
A. Y. Dolfield also J. T. Lee, land survey, no date,, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2616
Nathan Dorsey, Anne Arundel County planter: Indenture of land, May 26, 1764, James Cord, blacksmith, paid 85 pounds for a parcel of land called "The Mistake", on verso, dower rights (Folio ), 5/26/1764-5/26/1764 series 12box 1folder 1item 2618
Mathew Hammond, Annapolis: Indenture of land, January 20, 1774, Samuel Howard paid 5 shillings for 2 tracts of land, "Delaware Bottom" and "Woodford" (Folio ), 1/20/1774-1/20/1774 series 12box 1folder 1item 2619
Edward Dorsey, Baltimore County: Indenture of land, February 8, 1786, John Eager Howard paid 3238 pounds, 17 shillings, six pence for "The Mistake" , "Dispute's End"; verso, dower right (Folio ), 2/8/1786-2/8/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 2620
Edward Dorsy, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, May 4, 1875, John Eager Howard paid 3238 pounds for "The Mistake", "Dispute Ended"; verso, family rights ( Oversize), 5/4/1875-5/4/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 2621
Eli and Ichabod Davis, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, October, 1790, John Cord paid 1 shilling for "Hickory Bottom" on the basis of a bargain between John David and James Cord, both deceased (Folio ), 10/9/1790-10/9/1790 series 12box 1folder 1item 2622
John Eager Howard, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, July 24, 1804, John Cord paid $105.62 for a part of "The Mistake"; verso, dower rights (Folio ), 7/24/1804-7/24/1804 series 12box 1folder 1item 2624
John Eager Howard, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, July 24, 1804, John Cord paid $105.62 for a part of "The Mistake"; verso, dower rights (Folio ), 7/24/1804-7/24/1804 series 12box 1folder 1item 2625
Denton Hammong, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, September 27, 1811, John Cord paid $12 per acre for Hammond's Ridge for John E. Howard [Baltimore County], 9/27/1811-9/27/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 2626
Howard Samuel, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, September 4, 1812, John Gregg accepts Delaware and Bottom and Woodford as payment of debt (Folio ), 9/4/1812-9/4/1812 series 12box 1folder 1item 2627
John Eager Howard, Baltimore County: Indenture of land, November 24, 1813, James Frost paid $150 for Givinns Purchase; verso, dower rights [Baltimore County}, 11/24/1813-11/24/1813 series 12box 1folder 1item 2628
Philip Hammond: Indenture of land, November 4, 1816, Larkin Shipley paid $10 for Lot #1 and 2 of Hammond's Enlargement, formerly Woodford; attachment, October 18, 1816 [Anne Arundel County] ( Oversize), 10/18/1816-11/4/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2629
Daniel and Jemima Howard, Baltimore County: Indenture of land, February 6, 1816, Samuel Howard paid $1 for Delaware Bottom and Woodford (Folio ), 2/6/1816-2/6/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2630
Larkin Shipley: Indenture of land, January 8, 1817, John Eager Howard paid $900 for lots 1 and 2 of Hammond's Enlargement [Anne Arundel County], 1/8/1817-1/8/1817 series 12box 1folder 1item 2631
Brown, McLane, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, March 25, 1818, George Howard paid $35 for Ranter's Ridge [Anne Arundel County], 3/25/1818-3/25/1818 series 12box 1folder 1item 2632
John Eager Howard, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, September 20, 1820, Benjamin Shipley paid $580 for Woodford; verso, dower rights [Baltimore City], 9/20/1820-9/20/1820 series 12box 1folder 1item 2633
John Eager Howard, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, September 20, 1820, Benjamin Shipley paid $580 for Woodford; verso, dower rights [Baltimore City], 9/20/1820-9/20/1820 series 12box 1folder 1item 2634
Thomas B. Dorsey, Trustee for John Cord: Indenture of land, October 27, 1829, George Howard of John Eager received "Hickory Ridge", "The Mistake", and "Ranter's Ridge" in payment of debt [Anne Arundel County], 10/27/1829-10/27/1829 series 12box 1folder 1item 2635
Edward Dorsey, no date: Surveyor's plot to land on Elk Ridge including Woodford, Jack's Peacock, James Cord's Land, Ranter's Ridge, The Mistake, Doughoregan Manor, Joshua Brown's land, Southern Addition, Dispute Ended ( Oversize), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2636
Henry Darnell, no date: Surveyor's plat of Promise, partly conveyed to Captain Ridgely (Folio ), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2637
Surveyor's plat, no date: Area containing Ranter's Ridge ,Denton Hammond, George Howard's land, Larkin Shipley, Sam Howard ( Oversize), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 2638
Cornelius Howard Survey, May 2, 1785: Land purchased by John E. Howard from Edward Dorsey showing Ranter's Ridge, James Cord's land, Jack's Peacock, Woodford, The Mistake, Dispute Ended, Southern Addition, and Doughorean Manor (Folio ), 5/2/1785-5/2/1785 series 12box 1folder 1item 2639
James Cord: Surveyor's plat, March 1, 1816, Samuel Howard's and John E. Howard's parts of a tract of land, Woodford (Folio ), 3/1/1816-3/1/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2640
G. Johslord: Surveyor's plat, May 20, 1807, Samuel Howard's and Widow's dower parts of a tract of land, Woodford (Folio ), 5/20/1807-5/20/1807 series 12box 1folder 1item 2641
John Hatherly, Surveyor's plat, October 24, 1811: Tract of Hammond's Ridge sold by Denton Hammond to John Eager Howard (Folio ), 10/24/1811-10/24/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 2642
Surveyor's list: Half Pone surveyed for James Barlow, March 18, 1705 Eagle Tower for Robert Davis, November 16, 1707; The Victory for Robert Davis, September 4, 1766; Arnold's Fancy for John Arnold, April 16, 1747; Hatherly, February 1, 1748; Woodford, May 8, 1727; Jack's Peacock, September 1717; Whole Gammon for Joshua Brown, April 23, 1741, Doughorean Manor, 3/18/1705-4/16/1747 series 12box 1folder 1item 2644
John and Mary Getz, Baltimore City, lease, July 28, 1887: George Watts paid $2,150 for a piece of land bounded by Caroline Street and North Avenue for a yearly rent of $52 (Folio ), 7/28/1887-7/28/1887 series 12box 1folder 1item 2645
Charles Ridgely, Baltimore County: Indenture, October 29, 1813, Prudence Howard paid $1 for Land of Promise and Risteau's Fancy; attachment, October 30, 1813, as in disposition of will (Folio ), 10/29/1813-10/29/1813 series 12box 1folder 1item 2646
Samuel Howard, Anne Arundel County: Release from mortgage, February 13, 1816, Samuel Howard granted by mortgage Delaware Bottom and Woodford to John Greeg in 1812, to be made null on payment of debt (Folio ), 2/13/1816-2/13/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2647
Robert Eden, Governor: Land patent, December 17, 1772, John Aldridge gained 31.5 acres in Frederick County called Aldridge's Discovery (Folio ), 12/17/1772-12/17/1772 series 12box 1folder 1item 2650
Jeremiah Prather, Frederick County: Resurvey of Deer Park, February 12, 1766 (Folio ), 2/12/1766-2/12/1766 series 12box 1folder 1item 2651
William Cock, Frederick County: Indenture of land, October 10, 1783, Casper Keller paid 2000 pounds for Providence; verso, receipts (Folio ), 10/10/1783-10/10/1783 series 12box 1folder 1item 2652
Jacob Miller, Frederick County: Indenture of land, June 17, 1772, Charles Beatty paid 155 pounds for Deer Park; verso, receipts, dower rights (Folio ), 6/17/1772-6/17/1772 series 12box 1folder 1item 2654
Benjamin Keene, Dorchester County: Land patent, May 4, 1756, Keens Timber Yard, 36 acres (Folio ), 5/4/1756-5/4/1756 series 12box 1folder 1item 2655
Alexander Thomas Russell, Somerset County: Land patent, November 21, 1769, 10 acres, Luck (Folio ), 11/21/1769-11/21/1769 series 12box 1folder 1item 2656
Ralph Moore, Somerset County: Indenture of land, August 13, 1793, Levin Bennett paid 75 pounds for Batchelor's Chance and Darby's Addition; verso, dower rights and testament of clerk [Somerset County], 8/13/1793-8/13/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 2657
William Polk, Somerset County: Land survey, February 10, 1795, 12.5 acres, Conclusion (Folio ), 2/10/1795-2/10/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 2658
Joseph Scroggins, Somerset County: Land patent, June 27, 1768, addition to Fair Fields (Folio ), 6/27/1768-6/27/1768 series 12box 1folder 1item 2659
William Weedon, Somerset County: Land patent, June 1, 1685, Burkland (Folio ), 6/1/1685-6/1/1685 series 12box 1folder 1item 2660
William Bradshaw, Kent County: Land patent, May 3, 1756, Bradshaw's Farm (Folio ), 5/3/1756-5/3/1756 series 12box 1folder 1item 2661
Dr. John Stevenson, Baltimore County: Land patent, September 13, 1770, 20 acres, Stevenson's Search (Folio ), 9/13/1770-9/13/1770 series 12box 1folder 1item 2662
John Griffith, Dorchester County: Land patent, May 12, 1786, Griffith's Last Adventure ( Oversize), 5/12/1786-5/12/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 2663
Broadside, Cambridge, Dorchester County: May 27, 1828, sale of real estate in payment of James Eccleston's debts (Folio ), 5/27/1828-5/27/1828 series 12box 1folder 1item 2664
John Boyd, Prince Georges County: Land patent, November 29, 1739, New Hoar ( Oversize), 11/29/1739-11/29/1739 series 12box 1folder 1item 2665
Peter Pinkston, Anne Arundel County: Land patent, August 24, 1706, Pinkston's Randon (Folio ), 8/24/1706-8/24/1706 series 12box 1folder 1item 2666
John Yound, Anne Arundel County: Land patent, July 5, 1730, Young's Good Luck (Folio ), 7/5/1730-7/5/1730 series 12box 1folder 1item 2667
Luther Wright, Baltimore City: Indenture of land, January 1, 1801, Lusby's Cost (Folio ), 1/1/1801-1/1/1801 series 12box 1folder 1item 2669
Levin Keene, Dorchester County: Indenture of land, July 29, 1823, The World's End Resurveyed ( Oversize), 7/29/1823-7/29/1823 series 12box 1folder 1item 2670
Elizabeth Gin, London: Indenture of land, September 30, 1736, Thomas Davies paid 45 pounds for Ranter's Ridge ( Oversize), 9/30/1736-9/30/1736 series 12box 1folder 1item 2671
John Eager Howard, Baltimore City: Deed of gift, November 9, 1822, George Howard gains tracts of land in Anne Arundel County ( Oversize), 11/9/1822-11/9/1822 series 12box 1folder 1item 2672
John Howard, Anne Arundel: Indenture of land, May 30, 1816, John E. Howard paid $2,810 for Delaware Bottom and Woodford; verso, justice testimony ( Oversize), 5/30/1816-5/30/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2673
Denton Hammond, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, October 28, 1811, John E. Howard paid $2,136 for Ranter's Ridge (Hammond's Ridge) ( Oversize), 10/28/1811-10/28/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 2674
Samuel Howard, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, June 10, 1816, John Eager Howard paid $10,584 for part of Delaware Bottom and Woodford ( Oversize), 6/10/1816-6/10/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 2675
Larkin Shipley, Anne Arundel County: Indenture of land, January 8, 1817, John E. Howard paid $900 for Hammond's Enlargement (lot #1 and 2 of Woodford) ( Oversize), 1/8/1817-1/8/1817 series 12box 1folder 1item 2676
Indenture of land, autograph document signed, Frederick County, April 19, 1762, John Johnson: Sale of 50 acres of land to Edward Johnson for 10 pounds, Moniwy Hill [Setituate] [Frederick County], 4/19/1762-4/19/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 2768
Autographed document signed, Frederick County, July 5, 1808: James Johnson requested deed from Baker Johnson [Frederick County], 7/5/1808-7/5/1808 series 12box 1folder 1item 2775
Autograph letter signed by Samuel Sprigg, July 5, 1828, North Hampten Farm to Richard S. Cox of Washington, D.C. regarding Colonel James Thomas and a land transaction between him and Sprigg, 7/5/1828-7/5/1828 series 12box 1folder 1item 2802
Letter draft, Baltimore, September 10, 1888: Writer and receiver unknown, letter discusses transfer of cemetery property in Greenmount Cemetery [Baltimore City], 9/10/1888-9/10/1888 series 12box 1folder 1item 2812
The Southern Maryland Development company of Charles County, Maryland, March 4, 1893: Specifications for building of a home; included plumbing, roofing, etc; note on back to Ernest Spencer from father John Spencer [Charles County], 3/4/1893-3/4/1893 series 12box 1folder 1item 2823
Levin Keene, Dorchester County, autograph document signed, November 27, 1811: Indenture of land sold to Keene for 990 pounds from Joseph and Nancy Griffith, Griffith's Last Adventure [Dorchester County], 11/27/1811-11/27/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 2824
Noah Dixon, Dorchester County, autograph document signed: Indenture of land, September 23, 1837, paid $1,800 current U.S. money to Issac and Rebecca Williams for land in the village of Church Creek [Dorchester County], 9/23/1837-9/23/1837 series 12box 1folder 1item 2825
D. W. Martin, Prince Georges County, January 1, 1878: Document signed indenture of land, bought by D. W. Martin from Martha E. Martin, 90 acres in Flag Bottom for $50 [Prince George's County], 1/1/1878-1/1/1878 series 12box 1folder 1item 2826
Charles H. Doing, September 29, 1906, Prince Georges County: Document signed, land deed, 98 1/2 acres in Flag Bottom sold to Charles Doing by John R. and Annie E. Parker; the original deed was made on December 5, 1903 [Prince George's County], 9/29/1906-9/29/1906 series 12box 1folder 1item 2827
John E. Price, Prince Georges County, June 23, 1875: Document signed, indenture of land to Price for $4,000, 98 1/2 acres in Flagg Bottom from George, Samuel, Thomas Parker and others [Prince George's County], 6/23/1875-6/23/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 2828
William Shedd Holten, Washington, D.C., February 19, 1912: Holton and Handy Realtors from Wells, Owen, Wells, Maryland Real Estate Title Company regarding true title to 88 acres near Beltsville in (Flagg Bottom) Prince Georges County and ownership--Doing or Parker [Washington DC], 2/19/1912-2/19/1912 series 12box 1folder 1item 2830
William Shedd Holton, Washington, D.C.: Letter signed to Holton and Handy Realtors from Wells, Owens, Wells, Maryland Real Estate Title Company, regarding true title of land in Flagg Bottom, Prince George's County, Maryland; reference to Parkers and Charles H. Doing [Washington DC], 3/8/1912-3/8/1912 series 12box 1folder 1item 2831
John W. Poler, Beltsville, Prince Georges County: May 18, 1912, letter signed from Holton and Handy Realtors concerning title deed of sale from Charles H. Doing to Nettie Poler for land in Flag Bottom [Prince George's County], 5/18/1912-5/18/1912 series 12box 1folder 1item 2832
Document signed, Nettie Poler, Prince Georges County, June 27, 1919: Tax levy for 88 acres in Flag Bottom in Prince Georges County; payment received and authorized by A. Fuller, treasurer of Prince Georges County [Prince George's County], 6/27/1919-6/27/1919 series 12box 1folder 1item 2833
Charles H. Doing, Sr., Prince Georges County, December 5, 1903, document signed: Land deed, 98.5 acres in Flag Bottom, Prince Georges County, sold to Doing for $1 by George, Samuel, and Robert Parker and others [Prince George's County], 12/5/1903-12/5/1903 series 12box 1folder 1item 2834
Nettie L. Poler, Prince Georges County, March 13, 1912, document signed, land deed: Sold to Nettie Poler from Charles H. and Ellen L. Doing, land part of "Flag Bottom" for $10, same land David W. Martin conveyed to Doing in 1978 [Prince George's County], 3/13/1912-3/13/1912 series 12box 1folder 1item 2835
David W. Martin, Prince Georges County, August 7, 1875, document signed, land indenture: Bought 98.5 acres in Flag Bottom for $1,500 from John E. and Mary A. Price [Prince George's County], 8/7/1875-8/7/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 2836
Ann S. Parker, Prince Georges County, May 25, 1869: Autograph document signed, indenture of land from George Parker and Thomas Parker, sold for $5, 194.25 acres in Flag Bottom to be held for her sons George Thomas and Samuel G. Parker [Prince George's County], 5/25/1869-5/25/1869 series 12box 1folder 1item 2837
Charles H. Doing, Prince Georges County, August 5, 1892, document signed: Land indenture, 98.5 acres in Flag Bottom secured from William H. Main and Job Barnard, trustees of the city of Washington, D.C.; this deed artifies completed payment agreed to in deed of September 15, 1881, with Main and Barnard who secured Doing's debts in that contract [Prince George's County], 9/15/1881-8/5/1892 series 12box 1folder 1item 2838
Autograph letter to Ogle Marbury, October 20, 1919, unsigned, regarding purchase of land from Nettie Poler, most likely in Flag Bottom [Prince George's County?], 10/20/1919-10/20/1919 series 12box 1folder 1item 2841
Estate inventory of Jesse Hughes, Worcester County, Maryland. [Worcester County] ( Oversize), 8/26/1799-8/26/1799 series 12box 1folder 1item 2865
Deed, autograph document signed, Frederick County, May 5, 1775: Hence Wagnor of Roan County, North Carolina, sold a tract of land called Sink Hole Spring to Conrad Hagmire for 20 pounds [Frederick County], 5/5/1775-5/5/1775 series 12box 1folder 1item 3212
Deed, autograph document signed, Baltimore County, September 16, 1816: Nathan Shaw sold a lot in Baltimore to Joseph Mince for $500 ( Oversize), 9/16/1816-9/16/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 3217
Certificate, document signed, Frederick County, September 19, 1771: Horace Sharpe--Robert Meek is granted 200 acres of a parcel of land called Harvest of Dean ( Oversize), 9/19/1771-9/19/1771 series 12box 1folder 1item 3370
Indenture autograph document signed, Anne Arundel, November 24, 1813, James Frost: Sale of a tract of land to John Eager Howard for $150 [Anne Arundel County], 11/24/1813-11/24/1813 series 12box 1folder 1item 3388
Receipt, autograph document signed, Anne Arundel, James Frost $150 from John Eager Howard; also statement, document signed, December 13, 1813, Richard Ridgeley, Anne Frost willingly sold her land to John Eager Howard [Anne Arundel], 12/13/1813-12/13/1813 series 12box 1folder 1item 3389
Warrant, autograph document signed, Dorchester County, December 19, 1857, Jonathan A. McCready, Justice of the Peace: Constable Uriah Hurley is to take amount due George Winthrop from the properties of Alfred M. Lewis [Dorchester County], 12/19/1857-12/19/1857 series 12box 1folder 1item 3471
Receipt, autograph document signed, November 10, 1876, William Brickhead, $2,500 from George H. Davis for 250 acres of Baily Farm, 11/10/1876-11/10/1876 series 12box 1folder 1item 3521
Autograph letter signed, Lewis, April 28, 1877, A. Houston to William P. Jones declining to sell his farm, 4/28/1877-4/28/1877 series 12box 1folder 1item 3523
Bill, autograph document, February 12, 1867: Henrietta Byrd owes The Wicomico and Pocomoke Rail Road Company $35.91 for a land survey [Wicomico County] [Worcester County], 2/12/1867-2/12/1867 series 12box 1folder 1item 3530
Document, autograph document singed, Dorchester, J. A. McCready: Incomplete mortgage form between John J. Hurley and George W. Hurley for "Hurley's Neck" [Dorchester County], 1/1/1863-12/31/1863 series 12box 1folder 1item 3601
Autograph letter signed, Baltimore, July 21, 1876, [Mrs. Benjamin H. Byrd] to Mr. Jones describing the past owners of a plot of land [Baltimore City], 7/21/1876-7/21/1876 series 12box 1folder 1item 3618
Maryland/Pennsylvania Boundary Dispute Map on last page of 6-page manuscript between Frederick Lord Baltimore and Thomas and Richard Penn, indenture, July 4, 1760 ( Oversize), 7/4/1760-7/4/1760 series 12box 1folder 1item 3636
Document, Baltimore, June 30, 1846, unsigned, William Thomas is authorized to sell the properties of John Fitzgerald, deceased [Baltimore City], 6/30/1846-6/30/1846 series 12box 1folder 1item 3638
Survey, autograph document signed, Baltimore County, 1881, Augustus Bouldier, surveyor: Boundaries of a plot #44 of Principio Company land in Baltimore County [Baltimore County], 1/1/1881-12/31/1881 series 12box 1folder 1item 3642
Deed, typed document signed, Washington County, June 30. 1932, Augusta M. Cearfoss, sale of a plot of land in Hagerstown to Louis B. Betts [Washington County], 6/30/1932-6/30/1932 series 12box 1folder 1item 3650
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, January 15, 1825, Elizabeth Sadler: Sale of a parcel of land to William Dimmitt for $150 [Baltimore County], 1/15/1825-1/15/1825 series 12box 1folder 1item 3652
Land survey, autograph document signed, Baltimore, no date, Augustus Bouldin: Description of two lots in Baltimore County [Baltimore County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 3653
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, January 13, 1825, Edward A. Howard: Exchange of certain parcels of land in Baltimore County with William Dimmitt [Baltimore County], 1/13/1825-1/13/1825 series 12box 1folder 1item 3654
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, February 24, 1855, Robert and Phoebe Ann Howard: Sale of a parcel of land to James Todd for $500 [Baltimore City], 2/24/1855-2/24/1855 series 12box 1folder 1item 3655
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, October 31, 1837, Richard and Julia Stuart: Sale of Troy, Islegsly, Grecian Liege, Caleb's Purchase and Brothers Addition to George H. Calvert for $900 [Baltimore City], 10/31/1837-10/31/1837 series 12box 1folder 1item 3656
Document, autograph document signed, April 16, 1874, William R. Hayward, Commisioner of Land Office, James Black Groome, Governor, Joel Penmagton is granted a plot of land "Pennington's Prospect" in Garrett County ( Oversize), 4/16/1874-4/16/1874 series 12box 1folder 1item 3661
Document, autograph document signed, December 16, 1873, William R. Hayward, Commision of Land office, William P. Whyle, Governor, Isaac T. Barnes is granted a plot of land known as 'Barnes First Purchase' in Somerset County ( Oversize), 12/16/1873-12/16/1873 series 12box 1folder 1item 3662
Document, [Western Shore], no date, six blank forms from the Treasurey Office, Proclamation Warrents for land, [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 3665
Bill of sale, autograph document signed, Frederick County, November 6, 1786, John Brunner: Sale of a parcel of land to Peter Smith for 14 shilings [Frederick County], 11/6/1786-11/6/1786 series 12box 1folder 1item 3670
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, October 8, 1823, John Delaney: Sale of a parcel of land to John Bates for $150 [Baltimore City], 10/8/1823-10/8/1823 series 12box 1folder 1item 3671
Indenture, autograph document signed, Baltimore, July 19, 1798, Jonathan Harrison: William P. Barnes sale of a plot of land to William Barnes, 7/19/1798-7/19/1798 series 12box 1folder 1item 3672
Indenture, Autograph document signed. Fell's Point, Baltimore County. Gabriel Kingsburg. Sale of a parcel of land to John Combs. [Baltimore County], 7/28/1793-7/28/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 3690
2 notes on one sheet. Note, autograph document signed, (Baltimore). George Puckett. An order for 50 cents worth of "flour". Also receipt, autograph document signed (Baltimore). Henry Dean. House deeds were delivered to the courthouse. [Baltimore City], 1/27/1815-4/5/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 3691
Autograph letter signed (Washington). Judge Alex Addison. Notification to the Governor that Samuel Brady, accused of murdering several Indians, has paaid his own bail. Mention of bias in the court and authority held by Supreme Court [Washington D.C.], 9/27/1792-9/27/1792 series 12box 1folder 1item 3692
Bill of Sale, autograph document signed. Jacop Burgoon, farmer. Sale of a parcel of land to Valentine Baist for 500 pounds. [Frederick County], 1/10/1794-1/10/1794 series 12box 1folder 1item 3693
Indenture, autograph letter signed. (Baltimore). David Brown, Henry Wilson. Sale of a plat of land from the estate of John Cornthwaits to John Boyd. [Baltimore City], 12/5/1787-12/5/1787 series 12box 1folder 1item 3697
Intenture. John Mitchell paid Henry Hooper $12,540 for tracts of land. [Dorchester County], 3/24/1815-3/24/1815 series 12box 1folder 1item 3698
Survey of Josiah Boyle's tract called Bellfield. Signed by William Barrow, surveyor of Dorchester County. [Dorchester County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 3699
Ryon, Richard. Typed document signed. Court cost for defense by Wells, Clagett and Wells (defense of Samuel Benzinger) [Prince George's County]., 4/1/1909-4/30/1909 series 12box 1folder 1item 3705
Zntzinger, O. B. (real estate). Charles Stanley Co. Commission levied $650 to Hyattsville School. [Prince George's County]., 1/12/1911-1/12/1911 series 12box 1folder 1item 3711
Hoffman, George. Paper for land on Elk Ridge. Bought by Samuel and John Howard. [Anne Arundel County]., 5/20/1816-5/20/1816 series 12box 1folder 1item 3731
Garnett, Thomas. Certificate of survey and platt of land called "Poplar Hill" (Kent County), 3/27/1762-6/21/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 3732
Taney, Roger B. Article of Agreement between Vachel & Harriet Dorsey and Benjamin Howard for rent of plantation Whiskey Ridge. [Frederick County], 7/18/1809-7/18/1809 series 12box 1folder 1item 3806
Baltimore City Council. Resolution authorizing a survey of Jones' Falls. [Baltimore City], 1/1/1817-1/1/1817 series 12box 1folder 1item 3848
Brantz, Lewis (Baltimore Surveyor) To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore about a survey of the Baltimore Harbour and Basin. [Baltimore City], 3/15/1823-3/15/1823 series 12box 1folder 1item 3850
Montgomery, John, Mayor. To the first Branch of the Baltimore City Council, to accompany a schedule of land owned by the city. (Baltimore City), 2/8/1825-2/8/1825 series 12box 1folder 1item 3854
Forustor, Buchner and Francis Scott Key. Indenture deeding the right of way to a road to John Baker., 7/23/1819-7/23/1819 series 12box 1folder 1item 3860
McDonough, John. To Lydia Roberts, his sister, concerning sale of her property to him. (Baltimore City), 5/20/1829-5/20/1829 series 12box 1folder 1item 3874
Vandever, Peter B. (New Castle, Delaware) To Zacharias McD. Roberts, including a statement of the value of three pieces of property owned by Roberts., 1/19/1853-1/19/1853 series 12box 1folder 1item 3877
Spring, Amos, farmer. (Attica, New York) To Zacharias McD. Roberts describing the current value of crops, farm animals and land in the area around Attica., 11/5/1849-11/5/1849 series 12box 1folder 1item 3878
Snow, Tilly. (Sandisfield, Massachusetts) To Zacharias McD. Roberts, her nephew, concerning a tract of land along the Susquehanna River., 1/14/1851-1/14/1851 series 12box 1folder 1item 3880
Caulk, J.M.Z. (New Castle, Delaware) To Mrs. Lydia Roberts, about ownership of a tract of land.., 12/7/1818-12/7/1818 series 12box 1folder 1item 3882
Howard, John Eager, senator. Deed, land deed for part of the maze in Charles County from J.E. Howard and A.C. Hanson to Alexander Hamilton [Baltimore County] ( Oversize), [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 3950
Calvert, Charles, 5th Lord Baltimore Land Grant. To Andrew Lord, granting him Chance in Dorchester County. [Baltimore County] [Dorchester County] ( Oversize), 6/5/1748-6/5/1748 series 12box 1folder 1item 3968
Barrow, Elizabeth H. Land indenture selling Bellfield to Josiah Bayly. [Dorchester County], 11/25/1802-11/25/1802 series 12box 1folder 1item 3969
Charles Calvert Land Patent. Benjamin Tasker surveyed 5000 acres of land in Prince George's County for John Covill for 10 pounds annual rent in gold or silver. Parcel called "Maryland." ( Oversize), 11/5/1731-11/5/1731 series 12box 1folder 1item 3970
Circular advertising sale of oyster lands by State of Maryland, 9/5/1860-9/5/1860 series 12box 1folder 1item 4007
Survey and deed of 220 acres "The Deeps" signed on November 13, 1747 by Samuel Ogle. [Prince George's County], 6/20/1807-6/20/1807 series 12box 1folder 1item 4309
Brief history of Hitching Post Hill, near College Park, with names of notable owners. [Prince George's County], [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4329
Deed of indenture between Archibald Moncriff and Levin Wall for land known as Brown's Folly. Not executed. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1799-12/31/1799 series 12box 1folder 1item 4414
Warrant to resurvey "Addition to Wall's Beginning" and other lands. Pertains to Levin Wall. (Dorchester County), 10/18/1811-10/18/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 4415
Reports of trips by rail with fish for stocking in rivers etc. From Havre de Grace, Maryland to various places. (Harford County), 5/21/1876-8/5/1876 series 12box 1folder 1item 4421
Certificate of resurvey of "Walls Chance" and "Black-water Range" for Joshua Wall and William Byass., 9/29/1761-9/29/1761 series 12box 1folder 1item 4431
Survey of land near Blackwater River owned by John Stoakes. (Dorchester County), 5/12/1764-5/12/1764 series 12box 1folder 1item 4434
Survey of land in Dorchester County owned by Clement Waters called "Water's Fish Ditches." (Dorchester County), 11/6/1801-10/18/1811 series 12box 1folder 1item 4436
Plot and description of Levins Discovery by William Barrow., 12/12/1703-12/12/1703 series 12box 1folder 1item 4437
Deed of sale of land by Mary Sprigg to Levin Wall and Mary Wall. Validated by J. Frazier. (Baltimore Coutny) (Dorchester County), 12/23/1817-12/23/1817 series 12box 1folder 1item 4438
Survey notes and calculations signed by James Daniel and James Drake. Blackwater Range, Walls Chance., [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4439
Survey of land for Levin Wall done by William Barrow. (Dorchester County), 7/4/1792-7/4/1792 series 12box 1folder 1item 4445
Diagram of Loudon Park Cemetery. Whatcoat section showing cemetery plots., [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4448
Deed of sale of land from Elizabeth Littig, Philip Littig, and George Littig to Jacob Brown. ( Oversize), 7/1/1784-7/1/1784 series 12box 1folder 1item 4453
Deed to William Rolles for tract "Rolles Care" in Baltimore County. Has seal with Calvert coat of arms. (Oversize), 8/31/1743-8/31/1743 series 12box 1folder 1item 4457
D.C. land deed. Sold to Benjamin W. Sothoron and his wife, Tericia Sothoron, of St. Mayr's County by John W. Taylor of Washington, D.C.. Signed in the presence of George N. Alvey and Henry C. Agams, Justices of the Peace. Signed also by Clerk of circuit Court for St. Mary's County, John Aleamalier., 3/2/1864-3/2/1864 series 12box 1folder 1item 4464
Indenture between Thomas Constable and Elizabeth Margaret Littig. Land described is to be rented by Mr. Constable for 99 years at 21 pounds, 10 pence per year., 3/5/1787-8/27/1787 series 12box 1folder 1item 4470
Survey by William Haskins of 100 acres in Dorcester County belonging to Levin Wall., 8/19/1762-2/15/1763 series 12box 1folder 1item 4474
A copy of an indenture between Philip Sittig and Frederick Shaffer for a parcel of land called "Mountenay's Neck" in Baltimore County. Signed by George Salmon and Joseph Calhoun and William Gibson, Clerk. Paper is marked by the embossed name "C.L.L. Leary, Attorney at Law, Baltimore., 9/29/1795-9/29/1795 series 12box 1folder 1item 4478
Copy of land patent of 8/5/1814 granting Selby Blades a parcel of land named "Addition to Mifflin's Purchase.", 10/20/1837-10/20/1837 series 12box 1folder 1item 4484
Receipt dated 1800 for payment of $27 in full compensation for condemnation of road surveyed and laid out by Josiah Bayley., 11/6/1800-11/6/1800 series 12box 1folder 1item 4486
Plan of the lot on the southside of Bank Street owned by F.L. Schaeffer. Scale is 20 ft. to the inch. (Folio ), 6/1/1849-6/30/1849 series 12box 1folder 1item 4494
Deed of sale of a plot of land in Baltimore City from Joseph Barling to Frederick Littig for $75. (Folio ), 1/27/1829-1/27/1829 series 12box 1folder 1item 4505
Land lease in Baltimore City from widow Mary Brown to Phillip Lettick. (Folio ), 6/30/1764-6/30/1764 series 12box 1folder 1item 4506
Deed of sale of a parcel of land in Baltimore from Woodward and Margaret E.R. Abrahams to Frederick Littig Shaffer in fee simple., 9/15/1860-9/15/1860 series 12box 1folder 1item 4516
Record of indenture of a parcel of land in Baltimore to Frederick and Elizabeth Shaffer and George and Phillip Lettig from James Davidson., 8/13/1793-8/13/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 4540
Survey of Havre de Grace (land) for William Ford. True copy of survey attested to by George G. Brewer., [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4551
Grant to Levin Wall of land "Wall's Chance" with survey drawing. Plot prepared by William Barrows., 12/11/1703-12/11/1703 series 12box 1folder 1item 4552
Agreement between Henry H. Smively [?] and Daniel Mentzer, sale of mill., 11/18/1853-11/18/1853 series 12box 1folder 1item 4555
Bond from Levin Colstin to Levin Wall to ensure sale of land parcel known as "Brown's Folly.", 1/5/1818-1/5/1818 series 12box 1folder 1item 4561
Release of mortgage from Mary Mylander and Dora Mylander to Mary A. Robinson., 6/12/1883-6/12/1883 series 12box 1folder 1item 4563
Mortgage of land sold by Charles Carroll of Carrollton to Ann Willis for 5 shillings. (Folio ), 5/3/1817-5/3/1817 series 12box 1folder 1item 4566
Legal decision by Chief Justice Thomas Beatty regarding seizure of land by David Lynn. (Folio ), 6/23/1762-6/23/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 4567
Land deed of a purchase by Levin Wall, a Dorchester County planter, of a plot called "Walls Endeavour" from Thomas Colson. Signature is torn off., 6/15/1768-6/15/1768 series 12box 1folder 1item 4574
Certified copy of an original land resurvey of "Wall's Chance" for Joshua Wall of Dorchester County. Original survey was dated May 25, 1761., 3/19/1798-3/19/1798 series 12box 1folder 1item 4576
Land deed from Margaret Sprigg to Samuel Wall dated January 8, 1812, deeding the "Indian lot otherwise called Ware Neck.", 1/8/1812-1/8/1812 series 12box 1folder 1item 4577
Resurvey of 18.5 acre plot called "Wall's Neglect" in Dorchester County done for Levin Wall. Includes drawing of plot., 6/21/1793-6/21/1793 series 12box 1folder 1item 4578
Land deed from John C. Proud and his wife Eliza Sophia to Frederick Shaffer for a lot at Gough Street and Harford Street. (Folio ), 3/13/1833-3/13/1833 series 12box 1folder 1item 4583
Land deed from William Fell Johnson and his wife Ann M. Johnson, and William Tagart and his wife Ann G. Tagart to Frederick Sittig Shaffer for land at East Baltimore Street and Wolf Street. (Folio ), 9/18/1852-9/18/1852 series 12box 1folder 1item 4584
Land deed from William Parrish to Frederick Shaeffer for lot at Gough Street and Eden Street in Baltimore. (Folio ), 12/7/1824-12/7/1824 series 12box 1folder 1item 4585
Land deed from Daniel Harvey and his wife Catharine Harvey to Mary A. Robinson, widow, for lot at Edmonson Avenue and Fremont Street. (Folio ), 10/5/1882-10/5/1882 series 12box 1folder 1item 4586
Transfer of house and lot from Leonard Booze to Levin Wall. Certified by Justice of the Peace., 7/7/1822-7/7/1822 series 12box 1folder 1item 4589
Survey of land granted to Levin Wall., 12/12/1766-12/12/1766 series 12box 1folder 1item 4590
Document verifying a resurvey done by William Haskins for Charles Walters of a tract called Walter's Range., 8/31/1760-8/31/1760 series 12box 1folder 1item 4607
Deed granting Stapleford's Range to George Stapleford. Signed by William Stewart., 3/22/1726-3/22/1726 series 12box 1folder 1item 4608
Document verifying a resurvey of two tracts tracts for Thomas Colsten., 10/3/1784-10/3/1784 series 12box 1folder 1item 4609
Deed transferring title from Levin H. Wall to Charles Shenton for a parcel of land called "Brown's Folly." Signed by Levin Richardson and Isaac F. Williams. (Folio ), 8/28/1828-8/28/1828 series 12box 1folder 1item 4614
Deed transferring property in Baltimore from Cornelius S.L. Leary, Trustee, to Frederick S. Schaffer and Woodward Abrahams for $1650., 12/17/1858-12/17/1858 series 12box 1folder 1item 4616
Deed transferring land in Baltimore from Henry Shirk and wife to Woodward Abrahams, Jr. and Frederick Littig Shaffer for $1333.33. (Folio ), 5/23/1855-5/23/1855 series 12box 1folder 1item 4617
Land deed. Thomas Tinker to Mary Tinker. Witnessed by J. Smith., 3/30/1807-4/6/1807 series 12box 1folder 1item 4622
Title search including extracts of several deeds pertaining to land in Baltimore. All of the deeds are to Frederick Maffer., 1/1/1795-12/31/1833 series 12box 1folder 1item 4623
Deed for the sale of land from Daniel Breehl to Frederick L. Sittig. (Folio ), 1/3/1829-1/3/1829 series 12box 1folder 1item 4624
Receipt from Caroline L. Kraft to Fres. F. Benzinger for preparing deed; and receipt from Caroline L. Kraft to Mary A. Robinson for sale of house., 6/17/1885-6/17/1885 series 12box 1folder 1item 4631
Land grant for area known as "Lost Tomahawk" seized in fee from Henry Cock, now of George Frazier Hawkins, signed by Horatio Sharpe. (Folio ), 8/11/1764-8/11/1764 series 12box 1folder 1item 4696
Indenture between William Copher of Kentucky and Thomas C. Reeves of Charles County for purchase of land. (Folio ), 7/12/1791-7/12/1791 series 12box 1folder 1item 4701
Lists of architectural drawings, mechanical drawings, detail drawings, shop drawings, and plywood panel sizes for various structures - apparently relates to construction in Greenbelt, Maryland - may be linked with microfilm of drawings. (Folio ), 1/1/1936-12/31/1937 series 12box 1folder 1item 4704
Deed and depositions from land patent case involving William Polk, Jr. (Folio ), 1/1/1803-12/31/1803 series 12box 1folder 1item 4705
Addition to "Small Profit" granted to Henry Fisher (Cambridge, Maryland)., 8/11/1742-8/11/1742 series 12box 1folder 1item 4864
Describes property boundaries of Walls Chance owned by Joshua Walls; mentions Black Water Bridge [near Cambridge, Maryland?]., 5/25/1761-5/25/1761 series 12box 1folder 1item 4865
Calculations of courses and distances., [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4866
Fragment of a land transaction; mentions Jacob Parsons, his wife Mary Parsons; Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Bennet, David Barker and [Mary Barker?] signers., 12/10/1768-12/10/1768 series 12box 1folder 1item 4867
acreage calculation [Montgomery County]., 1/1/1762-12/31/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 4869
Kersher family land grant signed by Horatio Sharpe. (Oversize), 9/29/1759-9/29/1759 series 12box 1folder 1item 4870
Land grant to Martin Kersher signed by Horatio Sharpe. (Folio ), 9/29/1762-9/29/1762 series 12box 1folder 1item 4872
Land grant to Martin Kersher signed by Alexander Contee Hanson. (Folio ), 11/12/1801-11/12/1801 series 12box 1folder 1item 4873
Land grant to Henry Shyrock signed by Alexander Contee Hanson., 1/7/1799-1/7/1799 series 12box 1folder 1item 4874
Specifications and scope of work for addition and remodeling to 6J Ridge Rd., Greenbelt, Maryland., [undated] series 12box 1folder 1item 4876
2 items. a.) Specifications for addition to 8G and 8H Research Rd., Greenbelt, Maryland. b.) Consent of neighbors., 5/15/1963-5/15/1963 series 12box 1folder 1item 4877
Description of part of parcel "F" in Greenbelt from Greenhorne and O'Mara., 1/23/1961-1/23/1961 series 12box 1folder 1item 4878
Decisions of the Post Office Department; on verso, land and property assessment and deed dated 02/14/1874. Conveyed by William Whitely and Elizabeth E. Whitely to William P. Preston; mailed to E. Pratt., 2/14/1874-9/18/1874 series 12box 1folder 1item 5079
78" X 52" map of Riverdale Demesnes, Rosburg Farm in Prince George's County belonging to Charles Benedict Calvert - William Sides, surveyor. [3 fascimiles and one original; location: mapcase 2, drawer 27], 1/1/1853-12/31/1853 series 12box 1folder 1item 5421
Two volumes. J.H. and B.H. Ellicott, Baltimore City Iron Works, Block Street, Baltimore and B.W. Ellicott of Crofton, NJ. Outgoing correspondence. Transcriptions of legal records documenting land transactions executed by Ellicott family members. "A Memoir of the Ellicott Family, compiled for the use and instruction of his children, by Benjamin H. Ellicott," 1857., 1/1/1845-12/31/1875 series 12box 1folder 1item 5424
B.& P.R.R. (Baltimore and Potomac Railroad) land maps from Patapsco River to Bowie and Land maps from Bowie to Pope's Creek. Includes Inquisition No.19 (change in flow of Stony Run for railroad)., 1/1/1869-12/31/1895 series 12box 1folder 1item 5435
Calvert, Charles (Lord Baltimore). 1-page land grant document signed as Lord Baltimore, City of Saint Maryes, Province of Maryland, 14 July 1679. Grant of land to James Ellis of Anne Arundell County (Folio), 07/14/1679 series 12box 1folder 1item 5500
Land Patent of "Mount Pleasant" to William Matthews [Balitmore County], 5/29/1799-5/24/1799 series 12box 1folder 1item 5518
Land Endorsement from Charles Calvert, Lord Baron of Baltimore, to George Thompson [Baltimore], 3/11/1700-3/11/1700 series 12box 1folder 1item 5522
Land Indenture, Robert Ungle [Talbot County], 9/24/1720-9/24/1720 series 12box 1folder 1item 5523
Indenture between Isaac Dixon and Tench Francis [Talbot County], 2/18/1731-2/18/1731 series 12box 1folder 1item 5526
Deed from Isaac Dixon to Tench Francis [Talbot County], 7/18/1738-7/18/1738 series 12box 1folder 1item 5527
Deeds: Hynson, Hastings, Armstrong [Kent County], 1665-1683 series 12box 1folder 1item 5529
Drawing of Tombstone, William J. Goldsborough, undated series 12box 1folder 1item 5530
Land Patent including families of Lowe, Neale, Digges, Duvall, and Hall [Kent County], 1715, 1733 series 12box 1folder 1item 5531
Joshua Van Sant Deed [Kent County], 1762-1772 series 12box 1folder 1item 5532

Series 13: Legal Records, 1689-1926 and undated (1737 items)

Court dockets and proceedings, complaints, summonses, warrants, judgements, wills, affidavits, bonds, testimony, pardons, death and marriage certificates, powers of attorney, depositions, subpoenas, slave manumissions, true bills of charges, pleas, legal opinions, agreements and contracts, writs of habeas corpus, briefs, reports, petitions, coroners' inquests, writs of replevin, and eviction notices concerning a wide variety of Maryland legal cases and actions, both civil and criminal. Topics represented among the legal documents include slave manumissions and identification and the commission of crimes by slaves; burial of paupers; ferry licensing and operation; legal expenses; administration of estates; business agreements; arrests of and charges brought against particular individuals; outstanding debts; appeals; claims; appearances of witnesses; levies to fund the University of Maryland; treason; and the examination of official records. Significant figures featured in the legal documents include Roger Brooke Taney, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Francis Scott Key, John Pendleton Kennedy, John Ross Key, Joshua Gist, Jonathan A. McCready, William Woolford, and Luther Martin.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
[Legal Records] series 13box 1folder 1
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, December 19, 1809, Ritchie: Raphael Darnall owes $33.65 to Adam France [Frederick County], 12/19/1809-12/19/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3024
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, December 5, 1809, Ritchie: Sampson Delashmutt owes 29 pounds, 12 shillings, one penny halfpenny to Francis Mantz [Frederick County], 12/5/1809-12/5/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3025
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, December 5, 1809, William Ritchie, clerk: Sampson Delashmutt owes 15 pounds, 3 shillings, 10 pence, 1/2 penny to Francis Mantz [Frederick County], 12/5/1809-12/5/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3026
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, December 21, 1809, William Ritchie, clerk: Samuel and Greenbury Hobbs owe $35 to Joseph Howard [Frederick County], 12/21/1809-12/21/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3027
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 22, 1819, John Schley, clerk: The Westminster Taney Town and Emmelsburg Turnpike Company pleas trespass against Thomas Wells [Frederick County], 7/22/1819-7/22/1819 series 13box 1folder 1item 3028
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, May 26, 1809, William Ritchie: John Shafer pleas trespass against Micheal Kolb [Frederick County], 5/26/1809-5/26/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3029
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 8, 1809, William Ritchie: Grammell Delashmutt owes 64 pounds, 7 shillings, one penny to George Creager [Frederick County], 7/8/1809-7/8/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3030
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, August 2, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Samuel and Greenbury Hobbs are being sued by Joseph Howard for $35 debt plus $60 damages [Frederick County], 8/2/1809-8/2/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3031
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, May 30, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Sampson Delashmutt is being sued by Francis Mantz for 15 pounds, 3 shillings, 10 pence, 1/2 penny debt plus 30 pounds damages [Frederick County], 5/30/1809-5/30/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3032
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, October 15, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Jacob Kroutz is being sued by Jonathon Appler for 50 pounds, 16 shillings, 9 pence debt plus 100 pounds damages [Frederick County], 10/15/1809-10/15/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3033
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, October 13, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Warfield Todd is being sued by Benjamin Howard for $65 debt plus $130 damages [Frederick County], 10/13/1809-10/13/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3034
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, January 7, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Philip Morningstar is being sued by Jacob Gesey for 23 pounds, 15 shillings, 3 pence debt plus 40 pounds damages [Frederick County], 1/7/1809-1/7/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3035
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, March 4, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Charles Talbot is being sued by Francis Mantz for 40 pounds, 19 shillings, 9 pence, 1/2 penny debt plus 80 pounds damages [Frederick County], 3/4/1809-3/4/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3036
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, May 1, 1809, Roger B. Taney: John Shafer is suing Micheal Kolb for $35 debt plus $60 damages [Frederick County], 5/1/1809-5/1/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3037
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, April 24, 1809, Roger B. Taney: George Hammond is being sued by Abraham Crapster and Abraham Jones for 102 pounds, 8 shillings, 9 pence halfpenny debt plus 200 pounds damages [Frederick County], 4/24/1809-4/24/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3038
Statement, autograph document signed, Frederick County, January 1, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Abraham Levy is being sued by William C. Hobbs for breaking and entering plus 500 pounds damages [Frederick County], 1/1/1809-1/1/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3039
Statement, autograph document signed, Frederick County, August 1, 1811, Roger B. Taney: Richard Johnson is being sued by Daniel Kemp for wages unpaid for work on a sawmill plus $300 damages [Frederick County], 8/1/1811-8/1/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 3040
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, March 13, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Andrew Groedeck is being sued by Jacob Gesey for 21 pounds, 3 shillings debt plus 40 pounds damages [Frederick County], 3/13/1809-3/13/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3041
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, March 18, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Robert Edmonston and Rapheal Darnall are being sued by Adam France for $33.65 debt plus $60 damages [Frederick County], 3/18/1809-3/18/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3042
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, May 29, 1809, Roger B. Taney: Owin Barnes and James McDaniel are being sued by Charles Warfield for $60 debt plus $100 damages [Frederick County], 5/29/1809-5/29/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 3043
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 23, 1810, William Ritchie: William Noland owes 151 pounds, 1 shilling, 6 pence to George Mitorricle [Frederick County], 7/23/1810-7/23/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3044
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 20, 1810, William Ritchie: John Kitzmiller owes 45 pounds, 11 shillings, 3 pence to Vachel Pumphrey [Frederick County], 7/20/1810-7/20/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3045
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, April 6, 1810, William Ritchie: William L. Hobbs pleas that Abraham Levy broke and entered damaging his lawn to a value of 50 pounds [Frederick County], 4/6/1810-4/6/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3046
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, October 4, 1810, William Ritchie: George Brown pleas trespass against Robert and Elizabeth Bennett, executors of the estate of Richard Lawrence [Frederick County], 10/4/1810-10/4/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3048
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 20, 1810, William Ritchie: John Bills pleas trespass against James Neal [Frederick County], 7/20/1810-7/20/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3049
Note, Frederick County, June 8, 1810, Joseph Smith: Phillip Hoon is released from all charges brought against him by Mr. Carroll [Frederick County], 6/18/1810-6/18/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3050
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, September 10, 1810, William Ritchie: Jacob Smith pleas trespass against Henry Curfman [Frederick County], 9/10/1810-9/10/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3051
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County: July 16, 1810, William Ritchie: George Hammond owes 102 pounds, 8 shillings, 9 pence, 1/2 penny to Abraham Crapster and A. Jones [Frederick County], 7/16/1810-7/16/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3052
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, March 15, 1810, William Ritchie: Isaac Henkey owes 31 pounds, 17 shillings, 6 pence to Phillip Nunamaker [Frederick County], 3/15/1810-3/15/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3053
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, July 1, 1810, Roger B. Taney: James Neal is being sued by John Dill for $61.72 debt plus $100 damages [Frederick County], 7/1/1810-7/1/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3055
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, January 10, 1810, Roger B. Taney: John Kitzmiller is being sued by A. Crapster and A. Jones for 80 pounds, 10 shillings, one penny debt plus 160 pounds damages [Frederick County], 1/10/1810-1/10/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3056
Statement, autograph document signed, Frederick County, April 27, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Warfield Todd is being sued by Benjamin Todd for $200 debt plus $200 debt [Frederick County], 4/27/1810-4/27/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3057
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, May 29, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Benjamin Blackford is being sued by Roger B. Taney for $6,020 debt plus $100 damages [Frederick County], 5/29/1810-5/29/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3058
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, August 1, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Samuel Polls is being sued by Conrad Shafer for $200 debt plus $400 damages [Frederick County], 8/1/1810-8/1/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3059
Notices, autograph document signed, Frederick County, February 10, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Request to Frederick Heinly to produce his warrants of the trials between Henry Coutchman, Joseph Chenowcth and himself [Frederick County], 2/10/1810-2/10/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3060
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, August 1, 1810, Roger B. Taney: John Fischer is brought to suit by Conrad Shafer for $1000 debt plus $2000 damages [Frederick County], 8/1/1810-8/1/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3061
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, January 3, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Henry Sweadner is being sued by A. Crapster and A. Jones for 117 pounds, 12 shillings, and 9 pence debt plus 200 pounds damages [Frederick County], 1/3/1810-1/3/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3062
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, January 10, 1810, Roger B. Taney: Martin Garber is being sued by A. Jones for 26 pounds, 14 shillings, one penny debt plus 20 pounds damages [Frederick County], 1/10/1810-1/10/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3063
Beall, William. Summons, Joseph Humburg in suit of Daniel Burrier. [Frederick County], 3/11/1859-3/11/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 3786
Beall, William. Summons, Elijah Wilson in suit of Rodrick L. Hobbes and Thomas Jones. [Frederick County], 10/10/1859-10/22/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 3787
Beall, William. Summons, Nelson Lowery in suit of Francis S. Jones. [Frederick County], 9/5/1859-9/24/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 3788
Taney, William. Robert and Elizabeth Bunnick trespassed vs. Gray Brown. [Frederick County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3789
Buressing, John. Summons, Charles Hitssberger for payment to Charles Liths. [Frederick County], 4/4/1866-4/4/1866 series 13box 1folder 1item 3790
Ritchie, William. Warrant, Rachel Darnall pleas trespassing against Farmers' Bank of Maryland. [Frederick County], 1/20/1814-1/20/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 3791
Ritchie, William. Warrant, Robert and Elizabeth Bennett plea trespassing against John Frost. [Frederick County], 10/4/1810-10/4/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3792
Ritchie, William. Warrant, John Baer owes $350 to Francis Jamison. [Frederick County], 12/7/1813-12/7/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 3793
Ritchie, William. Warrant, Thomas C. Scott pleas trespassing against Charles T. Perrie. [Frederick County], 7/27/1812-7/27/1812 series 13box 1folder 1item 3794
Ritchie, William. Warrant, James Henderson owes $25,000 to Ephraim Davis. [Frederick County], 12/7/1813-12/7/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 3795
Ritchie, William. Warrant, Enoch Taylor pleas trespassing against James Blair. [Frederick County], 7/10/1814-7/10/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 3796
Ritchie, William. Warrant, Thomas Johnson owes $124 to George and Daniel Buckey. [Frederick County], 2/20/1818-2/20/1818 series 13box 1folder 1item 3797
Givin, John, clerk. Proceedings, Tench Ringgold trespasses against William Lorman. [Montgomery County] [Annapolis], 5/13/1800-5/13/1800 series 13box 1folder 1item 3798
Armstrong, Elijah. Note, Baltimore, Maryland Power of Attorney to James Farrell. [Baltimore City], 3/20/1800-3/20/1800 series 13box 1folder 1item 3799
Nelson, Roger, clerk. Brief, John Johnson owes fifty pounds current money to Thomas Walsaver. [Frederick County], 1/1/1803-1/1/1803 series 13box 1folder 1item 3800
Taney, Roger B. George Jacod Schley. plea of John not to be barred from hearing. [Frederick County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3801
Taney, Roger B. Summons, George Satenertzel payment of $200 pound current money to John Hildebrand. [Frederick County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3802
Taney, Rober B. Summons, William Luckett in plea of trespassing against John Bair of William. [Frederick County], 3/18/1811-12/31/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 3803
Taney, Roger B. Warrant, Michael Heffner owes the estate of Jacob Frederick Heffner 211 pounds. [Frederick County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3804
Taney, Roger B. Warrant, William Luckett owes William and John Bair 44 pounds, 16 shillings, 6 pence halfpenny. [Frederick County], 9/1/1810-12/31/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 3805
Cobb, Josiah. To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, regarding the case of Rogers vs. Cobb. (Baltimore City), 2/8/1842-2/8/1842 series 13box 1folder 1item 3849
Brantz, Lewis (Baltimore Surveyor) To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore about a survey of the Baltimore Harbour and Basin. [Baltimore City], 3/15/1823-3/15/1823 series 13box 1folder 1item 3850
Maulsby, Colonel William P. a.) Charges and specifications against Captain Walter Saunders. b.) To Colonel D.S. Miles. (Baltimore City], 8/11/1862-8/11/1862 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 3861
Thomas, John L., States Attorney. Copy of indictment from Baltimore City grand jury in trial of Dr. William H. Stokes and Mary Blenkinsop for mistreatment of patients at the Mount Hope Institute. (Baltimore City), 1/1/1866-12/31/1866 series 13box 1folder 1item 3866
Carroll, Daniel. Will, Bequeaths his property to his wife and children. [Prince George's County], 4/12/1734-4/12/1734 series 13box 1folder 1item 3894
Diggs, Mary. Will, includes instructions on the disposition of her slaves and other property. [Prince George's County], 1/5/1826-1/5/1826 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 3895
Edgar, Herman LeRoy. Announcement of a public sale of Edgar's furniture and wine as ordered by the Circuit Court of Baltimore. [Baltimore County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3951
Summons to Henry [Neat?] to testify against Abraham Shorter, signed by Robert W. Willett. [Montgomery County], 4/29/1831-4/29/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3982
Summons to William Lands and John Coole to testify for Abraham Shorter, signed by Robert W. Willett. [Montgomery County], 5/12/1831-5/12/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3983
Undated list of persons summoned., [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3984
Warrant for the arrest of William Crandle, signed by Jesse Leach. [Montgomery County], 10/18/1831-10/18/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3985
Warrant for the arrest of Negro, Abraham Shorter and the complaint against him, signed by Robert W. Willett. [Montgomery County], 4/27/1831-4/27/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3986
Warrant for the arrest of Negro belonging to Dr. James Anderson for threatening John Ball, signed by H.T. Harding. [Montgomery County], 4/25/1831-4/25/1831 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 3987
Summons issued to Moses Lugenbeel to testify against Negroes Isaac and Rezin, signed by L.T. [Leonesbeel?] [Montgomery County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 3988
Warrant for the arrest of Negro Willis belonging to Robert W. Willett, signed by H.T. Harding. [Montgomery County], 4/21/1831-4/21/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3989
Order to give 30 lashes to Negro Harry, signed by Robert W. Willett. [Montgomery County], 4/8/1831-4/8/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 3990
Warrant for the arrest of five slaves charged with gaming on the Sabbath, signed by Robert W. Willett. [Montgomery County], 1/4/1832-1/4/1832 series 13box 1folder 1item 3991
Complaint against Abraham Shorter for receiving stolen pork, signed by Jesse Leach. [Montgomery County], 1/30/1832-1/30/1832 series 13box 1folder 1item 3992
Warrant for the arrest of Obed Gray on charges of raising a riot, signed by H.T. Harding. [Montgomery County], 3/7/1832-3/7/1832 series 13box 1folder 1item 3993
Petition to Judges of Frederick County Court from Negroe David, stating that he is unjustly held in slavery by Nathaniel Porter., 3/31/1792-3/31/1792 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 5080
Verdict of Frederick County grand jurors, stating that John G. Becker is guilty of stealing "one mare" from David F. Pry. Signed by Foreman Cornelius Staley and witnesses., 9/1/1868-9/30/1868 series 13box 1folder 1item 5081
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Joseph Collins to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 5/16/1863-5/16/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5087
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from George Jones the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5088
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5089
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Noble Wright the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5090
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5091
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, use of Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5092
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/28/1863-2/28/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5093
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5094
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Bestpitch the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5095
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William W. Woolen, M.E. Slocum, David Willey, and Isaiah Lewis the amount owed to Cain Hurley., 2/26/1863-2/26/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5096
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/20/1863-1/20/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5097
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5098
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5099
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5100
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from George Jones the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5101
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Bestpitch the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5102
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, use of Lewis Ross., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5103
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Byard Horsman, George Horsman, Josiah Hurley (administrator of Joseph Hurley), and William Hurley the amount owed to Peter Carroll, assignee of William Layton., 12/22/1862-12/22/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5104
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William W. Woolen, M.E. Slocum, David Willey, and Isaiah Lewis the amount owed to Cain Hurley., 1/17/1863-1/17/1863 series 13box 1folder 1item 5105
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Riggin the amount owed to Charles Johnson., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5106
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Arnold Horsman the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 12/17/1862-12/17/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5107
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Alfred M. Lewis, Thomas E. Clifton and John J. Lewis the amount owed to John Beard., 12/15/1862-12/15/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5108
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to county Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from C.C. Hughes, M.E. Slocum, and Thomas H. Webb the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright, administrator of Job Horsman., 12/13/1862-12/13/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5109
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Noble Wright the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5110
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. James to collect from Columbus Hughes the amount owed to William H. Bowdle, to the use of Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5111
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Joseph Collins the amount owed to F.B. Clifton., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5112
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Adam Mathews the amount owed to Hicks and Clifton., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5113
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Stephen Pinder the amount owed to Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5114
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from William Strawberry the amount owed to Lewis Ross and sons., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5115
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to William H. Bowde, to the use of Lewis Ross., 12/10/1862-12/10/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5116
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Jesse S. Jones to collect from C.C. Hughes, M.E. Slocum and Thomas H. Webb the amount owed to Jesse Wainwright, administrator of Job Horsman., 11/3/1862-11/3/1862 series 13box 1folder 1item 5117
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable George W. McGready to collect from William Henry the amount owed to John R. Gray., 10/3/1860-10/3/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 5118
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to summon John Dutton to answer to Henry Kemnerly in a plea of debt., 10/18/1860-10/18/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 5119
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to Elizabeth W. Donoho., 10/1/1860-10/1/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 5120
Order from Justice Jonathan A. McGready to Dorchester County Constable Isaac M. Neal to collect from Thomas C. Hurley the amount owed to Elizabeth W. Donoho., 10/1/1860-10/1/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 5121
Brooks, Mary: copy of last will and testament and a voucher stating recording of will, includes 836a-b [Prince George's County], 1/1/1857-12/31/1852 series 13box 1folder 1item 836
King, Richard E.: Advertisement printed annoucing opening of law office for colored people [Annapolis], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 841
Lankford, H.: Constables bond, 6th election district, Somerset County instructions [Somerset County], 6/14/1827-6/4/1827 series 13box 1folder 1item 941
Willing, G.M.: Oath of office for Constable, 6th election district, Somerset County, D.H. Lankford [Somerset County], 6/12/1827-6/12/1827 series 13box 1folder 1item 942
Prutzman, J.: Suit against Mathias Ringes by John Prutzman for injuries and damage [Frederick County], 1/1/1811-1/31/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 944
Kinger, J.D.: Certificate of marriage, Charles F. Stouffer and Ella V. Devilbiss [Carroll County], 11/18/1893-11/18/1893 series 13box 1folder 1item 945
Warfield, A.: Recognisance and acknowledgment of the debt of Jacob Apler, and George Yardner; J. Hayes printer [Frederick County], 9/17/1803-9/17/1803 series 13box 1folder 1item 946
Kemp, Gilbert.: Bond to Isaac Shriver for $500 pounds current money, printed by Bartgis [Frederick County], 12/1/1810-2/29/1812 series 13box 1folder 1item 947
Brunor, Stephen.: Bond to Charles Carroll of Carrollton for 55 pounds and 15 shillings and 4 pence, printed by Bartgis [Frederick County], 11/16/1787-11/16/1787 series 13box 1folder 1item 948
Steward, Jeremiah.: Bond to Melchor Taber for 19 pounds, 4 shillings, 4 pence in gold or silver currency, printed by Bartgis [Frederick County], 8/18/1786-8/18/1786 series 13box 1folder 1item 950
Thomas, J.H.: Request Mr. Ritchie give notice to John Cookerly and Abraham Yroshon to answer to Thomas Sim Lee and render to Malachi Flanigan money unjustly obtained from him, 1/1/1803-12/31/1803 series 13box 1folder 1item 951
Ritchie, William: Statement sworn to by T.S. Lee that he knew father of Charles Carroll of Carrollton and the Charles Carroll is the heir of the Carroll family, 8/6/1813-8/6/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 955
Lee, T.S.: Lettter to ( ) concerning fee and appreciation for attending to Lee's business, 9/28/1847-9/8/1847 series 13box 1folder 1item 956
Mayer, D.: Affidavit of William Mahoney that T.S. Lee, an insolvent petitioner, appeared in court [Frederick County], 3/7/1850-3/7/1850 series 13box 1folder 1item 958
Horsey, Outerbridge.: Private trust report on sales [Frederick County], 10/30/1858-11/2/1858 series 13box 1folder 1item 960
Johnson, B.: Petition to the Honorable M. Nelson, Judge, of T. S. Lee that O. Horsey make a further report on his execution of private trust, 1/25/1859-1/25/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 961
Horsey, O.: Private trust report, statement of claims and agreement, 5/20/1859-5/20/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 962
Horsey, O.: Private trust report for account and claims of commission, 6/25/1859-6/25/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 963
Lowe, E.L.: Statement of testimony of Adam Custand [Frederick County], 6/15/1859-6/15/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 964
Lee, T.S.: Printer's certificate stating insolvency of T.S. Lee [Frederick County], 5/19/1860-5/19/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 967
Deed insolvency application conveying all Lee's personal property in trust to O. Horsey, for benefit of Lee's creditors [Frederick County], 5/30/1860-5/30/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 968
Lee, T.S.: Petition of T.S. Lee to Honorable Madison Nelson for removal of O. Horsey as trustee [Frederick County], 5/30/1860-5/30/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 969
Lowe, E.L.: Petition of T.S. Lee to the Honorable Madison Nelson concerning creditors and undisposed property [Frederick County], 7/31/1860-7/31/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 970
Horsey, O.: Assignment to D. Arnold all his rights, title, and interest for professional services in the trust of T.S. Lee [Frederick County], 6/7/1860-12/31/1860 series 13box 1folder 1item 971
Martin, Lenore: True bill, state vs. Negro, Jack, stealing pair of pantaloons [Frederick County], 11/22/1794-11/22/1794 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 974
Shelmerdine, S.: Grand inquest presents Negro, Jack, for robbing John Martin of one pair of pantaloons [Frederick County], 11/1/1794-11/1/1794 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 975
(Barr), G.: Oath of T.W. Smith that he was threatened by C. Robinson and is afraid for the safety of his servants [Frederick County], 10/9/1795-10/9/1795 series 13box 1folder 1item 976
(Martin), Lenore: Thur bill, state versus Negro, George, slave of William Ogle, accused of killing Mary Hardman with a pistol [Frederick County], 1/1/1795-12/31/1795 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 977
Sappington, F.: Recognizance, state versus people involved with Negroes Joshua and Toby for stealing, inlcudes 978a [Frederick County], 6/1/1795-11/30/1795 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 978
Thomas, S.: Statement by Grand Jury that Negro Joshua, slave of William Dorsey, guilty of stealing [Frederick County], 11/1/1795-11/30/1795 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 979
Sprigg, T.: One statement of petitioner plus 3 copies of account of Negro Ester and her children , includes 980a-980c, 1/1/1800-12/31/1800 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 980
Butler, W.: Petition to justices of Frederick County Court of W. Butler, black man, to hear his case and grant relief [Frederick County], 11/24/1795-11/24/1795 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 981
Cook, J.: True bill, state versus Negro Dick, accused of stealing [Frederick County], 2/1/1798-3/31/1798 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 982
Ritchie, W.: Order to Sheriff of Frederick County to summon S. Lilly to answer peitition of Negro Harry for freedom [Frederick County], 3/1/1799-3/31/1799 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 983
Ritchie, W.: Petition of freedom of Negro Harry and (James) versus Samuel Lilly [Frederick County], 3/24/1800-3/24/1800 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 984
(Custard), Aelan: Writ by Grand Jury that Eliza Hall, free Negro and Tone, slave, guilty of assault on Margaret Brighton, slave of Alpheus Marriott [Frederick County], 2/1/1857-2/28/1857 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 988
Shriver, E.: Affidavit and suggestion, then ordered by M. Nelson, that trial for Tone, a Negro, be removed to adjoining county [Frederick County], 3/1/1857-3/31/1857 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 989
John Brown to Roger B. Taney, autographed letter signed, August 4, 1811, Emitsburg: The dispute between himself and Patrick Bradley is settled [Frederick County], 8/4/1811-8/4/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 2159
John Adams to Roger B. Taney, autographed letter signed, July 3, 1813, Boonsborough: He and David Hines have settled their dispute [Washington County], 7/3/1813-7/3/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2160
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 1, 1808, Joseph Miller beat and wounded Henry Darby's mare (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/1/1808-2/1/1808 series 13box 1folder 1item 2162
Roger B. Taney, plaintiff's attorney: Statement, no date, holograph document signed, Thomas H. W. Luckett and William Awbery owe Joseph M. Cronwell 19 pounds, 1 shilling [Frederick County], [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 2164
John Schley, Frederick Count clerk: Warrant, document signed, March 3, 1817, Roger Johnson owes Francis S. Key and Roger B. Taney $2,205 [Frederick County], 3/3/1817-3/3/1817 series 13box 1folder 1item 2165
John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, March 3, 1817, Richard Colegate owes Roger B. Taney and Francis S. Key the performance of their covenant [Frederick County], 3/3/1817-3/3/1817 series 13box 1folder 1item 2166
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 8, 1804, Christian Getzendannor trespassed on George Creager, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 8/6/1804-8/6/1804 series 13box 1folder 1item 2167
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 1, 1805, George Schmertzel owes John Hildenbrand one bay mare, blind of one eye, one bay gelding, one roan mare, and one old wagon (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/1/1805-8/1/1805 series 13box 1folder 1item 2168
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 7, 1814, Benjamin Howard owes Nachel and Harriet Dorsey the performance of their covenant [Frederick County], 2/7/1814-2/7/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2169
John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, March 3, 1817, Willoughby Mayberry trespassed on Samuel Johnson (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 3/3/1817-3/3/1817 series 13box 1folder 1item 2170
Roger B. Taney, William Prout's attorney: Bail bond, document signed, July 1, 1803, Charles Robertson and Jacob Ramsberg are special bail for Robert Brown [Frederick County], 7/1/1803-7/1/1803 series 13box 1folder 1item 2171
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 3, 1807, John S. Lawrence owes Daniel James 42 pounds, 10 shillings (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/3/1807-8/3/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2172
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 6, 1809, George Giles owes George, Frederick, and Jacob Lindenberger $278.97 (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/6/1809-2/6/1809 series 13box 1folder 1item 2173
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 2, 1807, Samuel Perrill owes John Loapley $350 (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/2/1807-2/2/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2174
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 5, 1810, Robert Breakenridge owes Frederick Kimmerling $160 (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/5/1810-2/5/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 2175
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 1, 1813, Richard Head trespassed on Peter Stitcher (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/1/1813-2/1/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2176
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, February 2, 1807, document signed, John Compton owes John Loapley $350, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 2/2/1807-2/2/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2177
John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, March 3, 1814, John and Sarah Cook assaulted Eve Danner (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 3/3/1814-3/3/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2178
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 2, 1807, Alexander Blackburn owes Gabriel Walker 23 pounds, 8 shillings, 2 pence (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/2/1807-2/2/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2179
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 2, 1807, William Blackburn owes Gabriel Walker 23 pounds, 8 shillings, 2 pence (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/2/1807-2/2/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2180
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, William Mumford owes Thomas Warfield, $56.85 (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2181
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, Henry Martin owes Henry Bowlus 30 pounds (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2182
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, Robert Cumming trespassed on Isaac and Susanna Longshell, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2183
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, Joshua Todd owes Francis Mantz 27 pounds, 5 shillings, 7 pence half penny, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2184
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 7, 1814, William Jenkins owes Samuel Nixdorff $100, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 2/7/1814-2/7/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2185
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 1, 1808, Lawson Luckett trespassed on John Kiphart [Frederick County], 8/1/1808-8/1/1808 series 13box 1folder 1item 2186
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 2, 1807, John Cookerly, Jr , owes Charles Beatty and Abner Ritchie 200 pounds (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 2/2/1807-2/2/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2187
Roger B. Taney, Abraham Jones's attorney, bail bond, document signed, April 17, 1815, Thomas Dawson and Jacob Young act as Special bail for Martin Garber [Frederick County], 4/17/1815-4/17/1815 series 13box 1folder 1item 2188
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 7, 1814, Martin Garber owes Abraham Jones 26 pound, 14 shillings, 1 penny, Roger B. Taney, 2/7/1814-2/7/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2189
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 7, 1814, Jacob Bruner owes Samuel Nixdorff $100 [Frederick County], 2/7/1814-2/7/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2190
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 6, 1810, Philip Strider assaulted Bartholomew Murphy (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/6/1810-8/6/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 2191
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 5, 1810, Richard Mills owes William Gilmore, Jr. 50 pounds, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 2/5/1810-2/5/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 2192
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, James Finley owes Thomas Veatch, Jr. $475, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2193
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 2, 1813, John Brengle owes Francis Jamison $350 (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/2/1813-8/2/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2194
Daniel Kemp, Buckeystown, August 5, 1811, autographed letter signed to Roger B. Taney, settled suit with Richard Johnson [Frederick County], 8/5/1811-8/5/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 2197
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, August 5, 1811, William Luckett trespassed on John Baer (Roger B. Taney) [Frederick County], 8/5/1811-8/5/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 2198
William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Warrant, document signed, February 7, 1814, Vachel Dorsey owes Abraham Jones 27 pounds, 7 shillings, 4 pence, Roger B. Taney [Frederick County], 2/7/1814-2/7/1814 series 13box 1folder 1item 2199
(Dorsey, Joshua) , Frederick County attorney: Summons, holograph document signed, September 17, 1791, statement of reasons for bringing suit by John Winters versus Mathias Bartgis for robbery of household goods [Frederick County], 9/17/1791-9/17/1791 series 13box 1folder 1item 2219
Mary Goldsborough, Talbot county, holograph document signed, copy August 31, 1840, of last will and testament, December 3, 1870 [Talbot County], 12/3/1820-8/31/1840 series 13box 1folder 1item 2221
B. L. Pigman, defense attorney, holograph document signed, no date, in the case of Mary Atkins versus Henry Daub, for not undertaking his promise in manner and form, 6/30/1813-6/30/1813 series 13box 1folder 1item 2225
Abdiel Unkefer, Frederick County, Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, September 28, 1824, inquisition at farm of Abraham Nusbaum finds that Violet Jones, a colored woman, died by the act of God; signed by jurors [Frederick County], 9/28/1824-9/28/1824 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2601
Stephen Steiner, Frederick County Jury Foreman: Autograph document signed, February term, 1825, jury fines Benjamin Taylor, a free Negro, for stealing a hog from John Wagner on the 24th [Frederick County], 2/1/1825-2/28/1825 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2602
J. Dixon, State's Attorney, Frederick County: Autograph document signed, March 5, 1825, jurors find Benjamin Taylor, a free Negro, guilty of stealing a hog, valued at $3, from John [Wagner] on the 24th of February, 1825, 2/26/1825-3/5/1825 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2603
George Rohr, Frederick County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, March 23, 1825, attests to oath by Henry Willis that Ann Cook, a Negro woman, is the same person manumitted by Benjamin Bennett [Frederick County], 3/23/1825-3/23/1825 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2604
B. [S.?] Pigman, plaintiff's attorney, Frederick County: Autograph document signed, September 8, 1825, plea of trespass in suit by Thomas Johnson for $1000 damages against Thomas B. Owings for keeping and then selling a Negro girl named Lucy, whom he found on September 3, 1824, knowing she belonged to Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 9/8/1825-9/8/1825 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2605
George Rohr, Frederick County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, December 22, 1826, attests to oath by Richard Potts that James Hall, a mulatto man, is the same person manumitted by Eleanor [Meadow] on December 19, 1826 [Frederick County], 12/22/1826-12/22/1826 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2606
J. Dixon, State's Attorney, Frederick County, autograph document signed, February 15, 1827: Jurors find that Negro Anthony, slave of Erasmus [Garrett] did steal one runlet of the value of one dollar of the goods of John Peed on October 9, 1826 [Frederick County], 2/15/1827-2/15/1827 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2607
[Nicholas?] Holtz, Frederick County Jury Foreman: Autograph document signed, February term 1827, jury finds Negro Anthony, slave of Erasmus Garrett, did feloniously steal one barrel valued at 75 cents from [Finger Butler] and one runlet of one dollar of property from John Reed on or about the latter end of October 1826 [Frederick County], 2/1/1827-2/28/1827 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 2608
William H. Beall, autograph document signed, May 21, 1859: Court summons by Justice of Frederick County to Constable Thomas Carr of 8th Election District; summons of John A. Warfield, sued by Maynard Poole; decision and fine included on summons [Frederick County], 5/21/1859-5/21/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 2690
William H. Beall, August 13, 1852: Summons to Constable George W. Pevillis to William Smith, sued by E. J. Cook [Frederick County], 8/13/1852-8/13/1852 series 13box 1folder 1item 2691
November 20, 1858 agreement between J. A. North and Lester North regarding farming practices and assigned duties binding each brother, 11/20/1858-11/20/1858 series 13box 1folder 1item 2699
Letter book, 1888-1891: Joseph T. Moore, Sandy Spring: John C. Bently communications on the execution of the estate of Mary L. Roberts; copies of will, assessment of estate and correspondence; last half of the book is devoted to same type of information relating to different estates and groups [Montgomery County], 1/1/1888-12/31/1889 series 13box 1folder 1item 2704
Letter book, 1889-1891: Thomas L. Moore, Sandy Spring, Maryland, correspondence concerning the execution of the estate of father and son, Mahon and Albert Chandler (some is contained in 2704 also) [Montgomery County], 1/1/1889-12/31/1891 series 13box 1folder 1item 2705
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, January 14, 1815: Tobias Butler, Frederick County Clerk, David Delauter owes 300 pounds to Thomas and Joseph Johnson [Frederick County], 1/14/1815-1/14/1815 series 13box 1folder 1item 2741
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, August 2, 1808: William Ritchie, Frederick County Clerk, Thomas Johnson owes $105 to George Heckathon [Frederick County], 8/2/1808-8/2/1808 series 13box 1folder 1item 2742
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, January 26, 1808: William Ritchie, Frederick County Clerk, James Thomas and Roger Johnson are charged with trespassing against John Gempleman [Frederick County], 1/26/1808-1/26/1808 series 13box 1folder 1item 2743
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, February 2, 1820, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Casper and Elizabeth Herring plea againstThomas Johnson in an assault upon Elizabeth Herring [Frederick County], 2/2/1820-2/2/1820 series 13box 1folder 1item 2744
Suit, document signed, Frederick County, September 30, 1820, Joseph M. Palmer (plaintiff's attorney): Casper and Elizabeth Herring are suing Thomas Johnson for $1000 damages [Frederick County], 9/30/1820-9/30/1820 series 13box 1folder 1item 2745
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, February 1, 1807: William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk, James and Thomas Johnson plea trespassing against Samuel R. Hobbs [Frederick County], 2/1/1807-2/1/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 2746
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, December 17, 1812: William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk, James Robertson pleas trespassing against Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 12/17/1812-12/17/1812 series 13box 1folder 1item 2747
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, January 14, 1815, Tobias Butler, Frederick County clerk: David Delauter (Delaughter) owes to Joseph and Thomas Johnson 266 pounds, 13 shillings, and 4 pence [Frederick County], 1/14/1815-1/14/1815 series 13box 1folder 1item 2748
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 7, 1815, John Schley, Frederick County Clerk: Samuel Johnson pleas trespassing against James Johnson; includes 2749a, cash form, Frederick County, Thomas Worthington, Samuel Johnson versus James Johnson [Frederick County], 7/7/1815-7/7/1815 series 13box 1folder 1item 2749
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, August 25, 1904, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson owes Peter Everhard $70 [Frederick County], 8/25/1904-8/25/1904 series 13box 1folder 1item 2750
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, September 4, 1824, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson pleas trespass against Thomas B. Owings [Frederick County], 9/4/1824-9/4/1824 series 13box 1folder 1item 2751
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, July 21, 1824, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson please trespass against Thomas B. Owings [Frederick County], 7/21/1824-7/21/1824 series 13box 1folder 1item 2752
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, February 6, 1806, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson owes $100 to George Baer, Jr. [Frederick County], 2/6/1806-2/6/1806 series 13box 1folder 1item 2753
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, August 19, 1815, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: The State of Maryland against Thomas Johnson in a case of trespass, contempt and misdemeanor [Frederick County], 8/19/1815-8/19/1815 series 13box 1folder 1item 2754
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, March 5, 1810, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: George Schnertzell pleas trespass against Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 3/5/1810-3/5/1810 series 13box 1folder 1item 2755
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, June 7, 1806, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Jacob Dillinger pleas trespass against James and Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 6/17/1806-6/17/1806 series 13box 1folder 1item 2756
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, March 26, 1816, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson at suit of the State of Maryland against John and Henry Michael and Robert Johnson [Frederick County], 3/26/1816-3/26/1816 series 13box 1folder 1item 2757
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, February 24, 1794, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Basil Delashmutt owes Thomas Johnson 10 pounds and 11 shillings [Frederick County], 2/24/1794-2/24/1794 series 13box 1folder 1item 2758
Document signed, Frederick County, March 26, 1816, John Schley, Frederick County clerk: David Shawer to Maryland against Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 3/26/1816-3/26/1816 series 13box 1folder 1item 2759
Statement, document signed, Frederick County, September 16, 1822: J. Nelson, plaintiff's attorney, President and Director of the Union Bank of Georgetown are suing Roger Johnson for $3,688 debt plus $10,000 damages [Frederick County], 9/16/1822-9/16/1822 series 13box 1folder 1item 2760
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, April 12, 1799, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson owes Elizabeth Tootell 158 pounds, one shilling and 1/2 penny to be paid in 13 shillings,2 pence half-penny, and 529 pounds of tobacco [Frederick County], 4/12/1799-4/12/1799 series 13box 1folder 1item 2761
Warrant, document signed, Frederick County, April 12, 1799, William Ritchie, Frederick County clerk: Thomas Johnson owes 50 pounds to Lewis Neth [Frederick County], 4/12/1799-4/12/1799 series 13box 1folder 1item 2762
Judgement, document signed, Frederick County, September 10, 1793, B. Johnson, for the plaintiff: John Creger and George Liese are being sued by James Johnson for 150 pounds, ten shillings debt plus 200 pounds damages [Frederick County], 9/10/1793-9/10/1793 series 13box 1folder 1item 2766
Judgement, document signed, Frederick County, April 9, 1794, Arthur Shaaft, for the plaintiff: Hugh Wright is being sued by William Reed for 30 Spanish milled dollars debt plus 20 pounds damages [Frederick County], 4/9/1794-4/9/1794 series 13box 1folder 1item 2767
Warrant, autographed document signed, Frederick County, November 21, 1831, David Steiner, Justice of the Peace: Jacob Thomas pleas trespass against Thomas Johnson [Frederick County], 11/21/1831-11/21/1831 series 13box 1folder 1item 2770
Writ of arrest for Baker Johnson, [Frederick County], 3/16/1801-11/30/1801 series 13box 1folder 1item 6
Account of fight between Timothey Russel and John Stewart (sailors) [Baltimore City], 1/1/1842-12/31/1842 series 13box 1folder 1item 9
Survey of "Dispute Ended" for John Dorsey by Jonatahn Callahan for "The Mistake" border. [Anne Arundel County], 1/1/1752-12/31/1752 series 13box 1folder 1item 21
Orphans court receipt book for Cecil Co, various names [Cecil County], 1/1/1833-12/31/1853 series 13box 1folder 1item 49
Books--list of law books, F. Loockenman, [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 51
Flyer--Trial of Peter Covie and Marim Cropss for murder of Robert M. Rigdon [Baltimore City], 1/1/1859-12/31/1859 series 13box 1folder 1item 53
Verdict of jurors of Frederick Co. re David Riddlemaser. [Frederick County], 1/1/1834-12/31/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 57
Scott, T. & Son, Sale of stock for Miss Ruckle and Miss Ogden. [Baltimore City], 12/4/1888-12/4/1888 series 13box 1folder 1item 146
Robert Hill and Benjamin Hill of Frederick County bond to Charles Carroll [Frederick County], 10/1/1784-10/31/1784 series 13box 1folder 1item 180
Schley, F. A., suit brought by Charles Carroll against W. B. and J. Jarboe for money owed [Frederick County], 12/28/1827-12/28/1827 series 13box 1folder 1item 181
Luckett, W. Judgment, by Charles Carroll versus John Compton for money and tobacco [Frederick County], 11/18/1790-11/18/1790 series 13box 1folder 1item 182
Harwood, B. letter to Sir, concerning licenses charged to sheriff to by paid by Sir [Anne Arundel County], 7/6/1816-7/6/1816 series 13box 1folder 1item 189
Kerr, J.L. Leter to N. Pinkney. Clerk of council, Annapolis, expressing pleasure on Pinkney's salary increase [Anne Arundel County], 2/18/1823-2/18/1883 series 13box 1folder 1item 213
Biggs, J. Obligation to N. (Livers?) for a sum of money and writ of replevin, 1/1/1804-12/31/1804 series 13box 1folder 1item 214
Hauer, N. Bond, certificate of a debt to Rebecca Dulany, 11/25/1797-11/25/1797 series 13box 1folder 1item 215
Hilleary, P. and Hilleary, J. Obligation to collector of Revenue for a distiller's license, 6/14/1816-6/14/1816 series 13box 1folder 1item 216
Schley, F.A. Summons to S. Steiner to render to D. Hauer and Y. Hauer a sum of money, 10/24/1822-10/24/1822 series 13box 1folder 1item 217
Giles, A. P. Letter to Frances Scott Key in regard to a judgment, 6/23/1842-6/23/1842 series 13box 1folder 1item 218
Dorsey, B. A statement of inquisition by witnesses concerning death of a slave, 4/1/1790-8/31/1790 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 219
Taney, R. B. Letter to S. Swartwont, stating no fraud in application to admit casks of sal soda, N.Y. customs, 5/31/1834-5/31/1834 series 13box 1folder 1item 220
Taney, R. B. Declaration for J. Penn concerning P. Griffiths vs. J. Maclane, a case of ejectment [Frederick County], 1/1/1807-12/31/1807 series 13box 1folder 1item 221
Baltimore. Circuit Court. [Baltimore City] [1875]. Brief, plaintiff's, Janes vs. Garrett, in regard to Mt. Vernon Square, 1/1/1875-12/31/1875 series 13box 1folder 1item 224
[Marhsall, J. Miscellaneous papers, receipts, agreement, concerning a plantation and the middle ferry on the Monocacy] J. Robert Hammett statement of owing money. [Frederick County], 8/18/1788-8/18/1788 series 13box 1folder 1item 226
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 12/11/1768-9/1/1797 series 13box 1folder 1item 227
Marhsall, J. Statement of Accounts [Frederick County], 1/1/1788-12/31/1892 series 13box 1folder 1item 228
Marhsall, J. Stattement of debt to the state of Maryland [Frederick County], 11/30/1811-11/30/1811 series 13box 1folder 1item 229
Hammett, Rebecca, Plea. Hammett vs. State, an indictment for keeping ferry without a license [Frederick County], 3/30/1795-3/30/1795 series 13box 1folder 1item 230
Hammett, Rebecca, Plea. Hammett vs. State, an indictment for keeping ferry without a license [Frederick County], 1/1/1797-1/1/1797 series 13box 1folder 1item 231
Taney, Raphael. Agreement and bond concerning Taney Town [Baltimore City], 5/1/1762-5/1/1762 series 13box 1folder 1item 232
[Hann?] L. Statement of inquisition by witnesses concerning death of a slave, Negro Henn [Frederick County], 1/1/1803-12/31/1803 (Online) series 13box 1folder 1item 234
Lamping Family Papers. Notes from Rebecca Lamping ot her children explaining her will, 10/12/1887-10/12/1887 series 13box 1folder 1item 287
Lamping Family Papers. Financial summary of the estate of Rebecca Lamping, 2/1/1890-2/1/1891 series 13box 1folder 1item 288
Lamping Family Papers. Letter from NE Life Insurance Company to Rebecca Lamping [Baltimore City], 10/11/1892-10/11/1892 series 13box 1folder 1item 289
Lamping Family Papers. Letter to William Clay from William R. Martin, 4/8/1894-4/8/1894 series 13box 1folder 1item 296
Lamping Family Papers. Letter to William Clay from William R. Martin, 1/11/1895-1/11/1895 series 13box 1folder 1item 297
Lamping Family Papers. Certificate that William Lamping, Jr. died intestate all his property - Clemens Lamping [Baltimore City], 7/26/1895-7/26/1895 series 13box 1folder 1item 299
Lamping Family Papers. Account of the estate of William Lamping, Jr., 1/1/1895-12/31/1895 series 13box 1folder 1item 300
Lamping Family Papers.Miscellaneous papers, letters, acounts, etc. Receipt from Register of Wills on Estate of William Lamping [Baltimore City], 7/18/1896-7/18/1896 series 13box 1folder 1item 301
Lamping Family Papers. Receipt from Register of Wills on Estate of William Lamping [Baltimore City], 7/18/1896-7/18/1896 series 13box 1folder 1item 302
Lamping Family Papers. Receipt from Register of Wills on Estate of William Lamping [Baltimore City], 7/20/1896-7/20/1896 series 13box 1folder 1item 303
Lamping, Rebecca; Frank; Clay, William, Clemens, Helen: Miscellaneous papers, letters, accounts, etc. The estate of William Lamping, Jr. in account with Clemens Lamping, 7/1/1895-7/1/1896 series 13box 1folder 1item 304
Johnson, F.R.: Indictment warrant for attempting to murder J. Etchison, signed by T. Watkins, governor, June 5, 1857 [Frederick County], 6/5/1857-6/5/1857 series 13box 1folder 1item 404
Gregg, Nathan.: Will to Elizabeth and Margaret Gregg, daughters, 8/18/1749-8/18/1749 series 13box 1folder 1item 405
Erb, Christopher.: Warrant sworn to by Charles Carroll for C. Erb's appearance before justices of county court [Frederick County], 3/24/1794-3/24/1794 series 13box 1folder 1item 406
The Manufacturers: testimony of number of witnesses as to whether the interests of mechanics of Baltimore are injuriously affected by manufacture of the penitentiary Board (octavo), [undated] series 13box 1folder 1item 407
Mason, Samuel: Letter to James Thomas, Governor, concerning proposed nominees to act for the state in settling claims against Virginia; problem of replacements on the Penitentiary Board, 5/15/1834-5/15/1834 series 13box 1folder 1item 408
Mantz: Statement by the Grand Inquest that S. McCoy is guilty of manslaughter by information. [Frederick County], 1/1/1806-12/31/1806 series 13box 1folder 1item 481
Maryland Circuit Court, Anne Arundel County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County, 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 483
Maryland Circuit Court, Carroll County, subpoena to sheriff of Frederick County, (484, 485, and 486 are in same folder), 1/1/1864-12/31/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 484
Maryland Circuit Court, Carroll County, subpoena to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope, 484, 485 and 486 are in the same folder), 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 485
Maryland Circuit Court, Carroll County, subpoena to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope, 484, 485, and 486 are in the same folder), 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 486
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Allegany County [Frederick County], 2/13/1865-2/13/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 487
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, subpoena to sheriff of Carroll County, with stamp [Frederick County] [Carroll County], 9/29/1864-9/29/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 488
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, subpoena to sheriff of Anne Arundel County [Frederick County] [Anne Arundel County], 2/1/1865-2/1/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 489
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Allegany County, with stamp (envelope), 2/9/1865-2/9/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 490
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Allegany County with stamp (envelope) [Frederick County] [Allegany County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 491
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, subpoena to sheriff of Montgomery County with stamp. [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 8/15/1864-8/15/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 492
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Washington County [Washington County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 493
Maryland Circuit Court, Howard County, bench warrant to sheriff of Frederick County [Frederick County] [Howard County], 3/22/1865-3/22/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 494
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County {subpoena} to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope). [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 495
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County {subpoena} to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 496
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 497
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/10/1186-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 498
Maryland Circuit Court, Frederick County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 499
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, (subpoena) to sheriff of Frederick County [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 500
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 501
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 502
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 503
Maryland Circuit Court, Montgomery County, summons to sheriff of Frederick County (envelope) [Frederick County] [Montgomery County], 1/1/1865-12/31/1865 series 13box 1folder 1item 504
Maryland Circuit Court, Washington County, subpoena to sheriff of Frederick County [Frederick County] [Washington County], 11/24/1864-11/24/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 505
Maryland Circuit Court, Washington County, summons to {sheriff} of Frederick County. [Frederick County] [Washington County, 12/5/1864-12/5/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 506
Maryland Circuit Court, Washington County, summons to {sheriff} of Frederick County. [Frederick County] [Washington County], 12/5/1864-12/5/1864 series 13box 1folder 1item 507
Perine, D.M.: Letter to John Schley, clerk, asking for letter of recommendation for Singleton Sprigg (508-513 are in one folder) [Baltimore City], 3/19/1835-3/19/1835 series 13box 1folder 1item 508
Pigman, B.: Letter to G. M. Eichleberger, telling him the final account in an estate that can be settled (508-513 are in one envelope) [Allegany County], 9/14/1830-9/14/1830 series 13box 1folder 1item 509
McNair, A.H.: Letter to W. Miss, Frederick Town, asking him to accept the appointment of trustee for sale and settlement of McNair's father's estate (508-513 are in one folder) [Frederick County], 10/3/1849-10/3/1849 series 13box 1folder 1item 511
Thompson, Henry: Letter to Clerk of Frederick County Court, asking him to acknowledge the receipt of two boxes containing laws and notes of proceedings of December session 1825. [Frederick County], 6/7/1826-6/7/1826 series 13box 1folder 1item 514
Mann, W.: Letter to clerk, Frederick County Court, asking for examination of the marriage license book, 1800-1823, for the marriage of J.C. Mann with Margaret Allen. [Frederick County], 7/24/1826-7/24/1826 series 13box 1folder 1item 515
Kantz, Conrad: Release to John Myers, guardian of Eleanor, one of the heirs of James Walker, 4/19/1830-4/19/1830 series 13box 1folder 1item 516
Mackubin, G.: Letter to John Schley, clerk, Frederick County Court, asking to have an instrument of writing recorded. [Frederick County], 4/4/1834-4/4/1834 series 13box 1folder 1item 519
Naughton, W. H.: Letter to T. Gorsuch, clerk, Frederick C