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The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 34): March 8, 1855, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Mar 1855

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 34): March 8, 1855, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Ship’S Papers, Schooner Martha Burgess, 1855, Witherle And Company Jan 1855

Ship’S Papers, Schooner Martha Burgess, 1855, Witherle And Company

History of Maine Fisheries

Ship’s papers for the Schr. Martha Burgess out of Castine, Me. detailing fishing voyage to the Grand Banks. Records expenditures for vessel, including shares paid to individual crew members, as well as sales of fish, primarily cod and haddock. The ship was likely one of the vessels managed by Witherle and Company [formerly Hook and Witherle, 1806-1808; Witherle and Jarvis, 1810-1844; and William Witherle and Company, 1844-1855], a general store in Castine, Me. that supplied local fishermen and residents. [From Series VI and VII of the Witherle Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum. Note: Oversized documents necessitated scanning of some pages ...


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner [Arannak?], 1855, Joseph Manuel Jan 1855

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner [Arannak?], 1855, Joseph Manuel

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. [Arannak?], a cod fishing vessel out of Cape Porpoise (Me.) whose master was Captain Joseph Manuel. The log records a Fishing voyage from Cape Porpoise to the Western Banks, Bay Chaleur, and Grand Manan. Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members. Back of Journal records total fish catch for trips to Western Banks and Bay Chaleur.


Clayton's Quarto Diary For 1855, Partially Filled By "J.P. Harrison," Including A Description Of Wine Making At Pass Christian, Mississippi, Elliscliffe Plantation Dec 1854

Clayton's Quarto Diary For 1855, Partially Filled By "J.P. Harrison," Including A Description Of Wine Making At Pass Christian, Mississippi, Elliscliffe Plantation

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Record And Account Book, Elliscliffe Plantation Dec 1854

Record And Account Book, Elliscliffe Plantation

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Ledger And Account Book Buckhurst Plantation, 1855-1871, Buckhurst Plantation Dec 1854

Ledger And Account Book Buckhurst Plantation, 1855-1871, Buckhurst Plantation

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Fragmentary Pages, Ledger And Account Book, Elliscliffe Plantation, 1855 (5 Pages), Elliscliffe Plantation Dec 1854

Fragmentary Pages, Ledger And Account Book, Elliscliffe Plantation, 1855 (5 Pages), Elliscliffe Plantation

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The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 23): December 21, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Dec 1854

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 23): December 21, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 22): December 14, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Dec 1854

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 22): December 14, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 07): August 31, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Aug 1854

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 08, No. 07): August 31, 1854, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Magnet, 1854, John A. Coombs Jan 1854

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Magnet, 1854, John A. Coombs

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Magnet, a cod fishing vessel out of Castine (Me.) whose master was Captain John A. Coombs. The log records two Fishing voyages of which the first was to the Grand Banks and the second, destination not indicated, presumably a return voyage to the Grand Banks. Includes much reference to weather conditions with only marginal account of daily catch for individual crew members.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Lady Adams, 1854, Cornelius Gray Jan 1854

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Lady Adams, 1854, Cornelius Gray

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Lady Adams, a cod fishing vessel out of Castine (Me.) and later of Brooksville (Me.) whose master was Captain Cornelius Gray. The log records a Fishing voyage to the Bay of Fundy with some references to vessel handling, weather conditions and Fishing grounds. Includes detailed records of daily catch for individual crew members. Also contains a watercolor illustration of a three-masted square-topsail schooner at the very beginning of the journal, presumably of a Great Lakes vessel.


Papers, Silas And Thomas Orne, 1854-1856, Silas Orne, Thomas Orne Jan 1854

Papers, Silas And Thomas Orne, 1854-1856, Silas Orne, Thomas Orne

History of Maine Fisheries

Business papers of Captain Silas M. Orne and Thomas Orne, primarily bills of lading and invoices for supplies bought, including quantities of salt, and fish sold, including cod, polluck, halibut, haddock and hake, as well as wharfage paid for the Schooners Champion, Ocean, George W. Reed, and Mary A. out of ports in Boothbay (Me.) and Damariscotta (Me.).


Ledger, Fishing Outfits, 1853-1854, Anonymous Jan 1853

Ledger, Fishing Outfits, 1853-1854, Anonymous

History of Maine Fisheries

Ledger of accounts of fishing outfits for various vessels registered in Maine, but with no mention of specific locations. Vessels mentioned include the Schrs. Thistle, Forest Queen, Rubicon, Banner, Julia Ann, Van Buren, Redwing, Glendower, and Martha Burgess, among others. Records expenditures for Fishing equipment, bait (mostly clams), groceries, and general supplies for Fishing voyages, with mention of one destination to the Banks.


Account Book, W. G. Sargent And Company, 1853-1854, W. G. Sargent And Company Jan 1853

Account Book, W. G. Sargent And Company, 1853-1854, W. G. Sargent And Company

History of Maine Fisheries

Account book of fishing outfits for the Schooner Martha Sargent, a fishing vessel presumably owned by W. G. Sargent and Company out of Sedgwick, Me. Records dollar amounts for fishing equipment, general supplies, bait and large quantities of salt for cod and mackerel fishing voyages to the Grand Banks. Also includes quantities of fish made and packed on board.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Mary Ann, 1853, Isaac Murch Jan 1853

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Mary Ann, 1853, Isaac Murch

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Mary Ann, a cod fishing vessel out of Castine (Me.) whose master was Captain Isaac Murch. The log records two Fishing voyages to the Bay of Fundy. Includes much reference to weather conditions with some account of daily catch for individual crew members.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Eastern Star, 1853, Andrew H. Burnham Jan 1853

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Eastern Star, 1853, Andrew H. Burnham

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the boat Eastern Star, a fishing vessel, presumably cod Fishing, whose Skipper was Andrew H. Burnham. The log records wind speed and direction as well as number of fish taken by each crew member, but no details on locations of Fishing grounds. The vessel sailed out of Cape Porpoise (Me.), and the log includes a handwritten Oath of Master at the end of the Journal taken at the U.S. Custom House, Kennebunk.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Martha Burgess, 1853, Joseph M. Sylvester Jan 1853

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Martha Burgess, 1853, Joseph M. Sylvester

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. Martha Burgess, a cod fishing vessel out of Castine (Me.) whose master was Joseph [M?] Sylvester. The log records a Fishing voyage to the Grand Banks and includes much reference to weather conditions, as well as the daily catch for individual crew members.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner William Penn, 1853, George H. Curtis Jan 1853

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner William Penn, 1853, George H. Curtis

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. William Penn, a cod fishing vessel out of Kennebunk (Me.) whose master was Captain George H. Curtis. The log records a Fishing voyage from Cape Porpoise to various destinations, including the Western Banks, Bank Quereau, Grand Banks, Magdalen Island, Browns Bank, Spanish River Bank, Cape St. George, and the Strait of Belle Isle. Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members, including total number of daily catch for April 1853 in front of Journal. Back of Journal contains handwritten instructions for finding the time and longitude by chronometer.


Ship’S Papers, Schooner Rubicon, 1853-1857, Witherle And Company Jan 1853

Ship’S Papers, Schooner Rubicon, 1853-1857, Witherle And Company

History of Maine Fisheries

Ship’s papers for the Schr. Rubicon out of Castine, Me. detailing coasting trips to various ports, including Bangor, Boston, and New York, and fishing voyages to the “Bay.” Records expenditures for vessel, including shares paid to individual crew members, as well as sales of fish, primarily cod, halibut, and mackerel, as well as fish oil. Includes accounts of making fish with large quantities of salt. The ship was likely one of the vessels managed by Witherle and Company [formerly Hook and Witherle, 1806-1808; Witherle and Jarvis, 1810-1844; and William Witherle and Company, 1844-1855], a general store in Castine, Me ...


Signalaments De Quelques Espèces Nouvelles Ou Peu Connues D'Hyménoptères Algériens, M. Léon Dufour Jan 1853

Signalaments De Quelques Espèces Nouvelles Ou Peu Connues D'Hyménoptères Algériens, M. Léon Dufour

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Ledger And Account Book Ormond Plantation. 1853, Ormonde Plantation Dec 1852

Ledger And Account Book Ormond Plantation. 1853, Ormonde Plantation

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The Eastern Mail (Vol. 06, No. 22): December 16, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Dec 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 06, No. 22): December 16, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Address Delivered Before The Oxford County Agricultural Society, John Milton Adams, Oxford County Agricultural Society Sep 1852

Address Delivered Before The Oxford County Agricultural Society, John Milton Adams, Oxford County Agricultural Society

Maine Bicentennial

An address to the members of the Oxford County Agricultural Society discussing the role of the American farmer in "relation to the wealth, power, and progress of the nation." Adams discusses mid-19th Century, rural attitudes toward the politics, education, business, economy, and social standing of farmers and agriculture in America.


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 06, No. 09): September 16, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Sep 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 06, No. 09): September 16, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 48): June 17, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jun 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 48): June 17, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 47): June 10, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jun 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 47): June 10, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 46): June 3, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jun 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 46): June 3, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 45): May 27, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing May 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 45): May 27, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 44): May 20, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing May 1852

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 05, No. 44): May 20, 1852, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915