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Cushing, Thomas 1725-1788

Overview
Works: 54 works in 71 publications in 1 language and 481 library holdings
Genres: History  Personal narratives  Records and correspondence  Sources  Portraits  Manuscripts 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z1215, 330
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Some letters, etc., of John Hancock and Thomas Cushing( )

1 edition published in 1904 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Some letters, etc. of John Hancock and Thomas Cushing by Allen C Thomas( Book )

1 edition published in 1904 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence by Samuel Dinsmore Purviance( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters are from: Samuel Adams regarding a donation of the citizens of Cecil Co., Md. to the poor of Boston, John Hancock and the Battle of Lexington; the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia; Thomas Cushing regarding the Continental Congress; Elbridge Gerry regarding an Ohio settlement, and La. and Fla. emigration; Thomas Johnson; and Abner Nash
Thomas Cushing correspondence by Thomas Cushing( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Samuel Purviance correspondence by Samuel Purviance( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A small collection of letters written to Samuel Purviance, a Baltimore merchant, including a 1775 letter from Thomas Cushing regarding the Continental Congress and the assumption of America's governance, a letter of introduction from Samuel Adams, and a 1787 letter from Elbridge Gerry regarding expansion to western land. The collection also includes an 1805 letter from the Earl of Buchan (David S. Erskine) to James Monroe, U.S. minister at London, regarding books and pamphlets sent to the Massachusetts Historical Society
Letters of Thomas Cushing, from 1767 to 1775 by Thomas Cushing( )

1 edition published in 1858 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Jonathan Loring Austin letters by Jonathan Loring Austin( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter, signed John Loring Austin, dated Paris, December 19, 1777, to Thomas Cushing and Richard Derby, reports that he has given the first information of the surrender of General Burgoyne and his army to General Gates, to the American commissioner. He anticipates that this, along with other news, will soon make France espouse the American cause, and declare war on England. Also, he recommends William Carmichael as a man who can give information of the present state of Europe. Letter signed Johnthan Loring Austin, dated Cambridge, January 10, 1805, to James Trecothick Austin, offers advice, who had just reached 21 years of age
Thomas Cushing letter to Mathew Irwin by Thomas Cushing( )

1 edition published in 1776 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

One letter, dated March 2, 1776, from Boston merchant and statesman Thomas Cushing to Captain Mathew Irwin relating to the sale of linens, and to the remittance of funds for the building of two ships
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in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of autograph letters, documents, or signatures of each signer of the Articles of Confederation. The items, which are organized roughly alphabetically, are described in 56 individual records (MA 557.1-55 and MA 1083, a contemporary copy of the thirteen Articles of Confederation laid in at the front of the volume)
Papers by Jasper Mauduit( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers (some copies) of Jasper Mauduit, colonial agent in London for the Province of Massachusetts Bay from 1762-1765, and of his predecessor William Bollan. The papers concern Bollan's term as agent until his removal from office in 1762 following his failure to obtain reimbursement for the Province for military expenditures during the French and Indian War. Mauduit was appointed following his success at obtaining the payments due, and his papers contain instructions, including explanation of the political and civil rights of the colonists; and correspondence concerning Mauduit's term as agent and questions pending between Mass. and Great Britain's Parliament
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in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of autograph letters, documents, or signatures of each delegate who attended the first Continental Congress in 1774. The items, which are organized by state, are described in 79 individual records (MA 556.1-79). The final item (MA 556.79) is a version of the Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress of 1774 reprinted for Thomas Addis Emmet in 1886
Papers II by Cushing (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the family of Thomas Cushing, member of the Continental Congress, and of Henry Newman. Cushing's papers include letters from his wife, Deborah Fletcher Cushing, containing observations on the Revolutionary War, and individual letters from James Duane, Peter Thacher, and others. Some of the letters contain brief accounts of Shays' Rebellion. Henry Newman's papers include letters on legal matters from Joseph Story, and individual letters from Henry Clay, Martin Van Buren, Abbott Lawrence, and Edward Everett. Also included is a ms. essay on the monetary principles of the Madison administration by "Uncle Toby."
The com[mit]tee appointed ... to prepare Instructions to the Representatives upon the following Draft ... : To Royall Tyler, James Otis, Thomas Cushing & Oxenbridge Thacher, Esqs( )

1 edition published in 1764 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A committee of "Freeholders & Inhabitants" of the Town of Boston instructs the Town's representatives to the Massachusetts General Court to be firm in resisting the Laws of Excise (the Stamp Act), to pursue frugality in government, to assist the Town financially due to its having suffered the effects of a smallpox infestation, and to delegate powers to the selectmen which would enable them to prevent non-residents who might be infected from entering the Town
by Henry Lee( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These papers, consisting of 76 items, are mainly of correspondence, much of which pertains to material for Lee's MEMOIRS OF THE WAR IN THE SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Some of the letters comment on trade, taxation, as well as family matters. Included are various letters written by Lee, 1813-1816, while he was in the West Indies attempting to regain his health
Joseph Hawley papers by Joseph Hawley( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Joseph Hawley (1723-1788) of Northampton, Massachusetts, a lawyer, legislator and militia officer, was one of the foremost political leaders of the American revolutionary movement in Massachusetts. The Joseph Hawley papers, dating 1653 to 1804, consist of letters and documents relating to him or members of his family dealing with public and private affairs, especially during the colonial wars and the Revolutionary era. Among these are letters to and from Joseph Hawley and his brother Elisha Hawley; Elisha Hawley's brief journal of the Crown Point expedition, 1755; items pertaining to the ministry of Jonathan Edwards in Northampton; and papers of the Northampton Committee of Correspondence, of which Hawley was chairman. The collection also includes Joseph Hawley's writings on religious, legal and political topics, circa 1740s-1783, notably concerning the Stamp Act and the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention; sermon notes, 1724-1750, taken by Joseph Hawley with his own Bible commentaries, the early notes probably taken by Joseph Hawley's father; Hawley's legal notes on a dispute between a Mr. French and Joseph Allen of Deerfield, [1750]; and two undated texts in Latin, possibly from Hawley's student days
Cushing-Orne papers by Cushing (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, accounts, and documents (1750-86) of Thomas Cushing (1725-1788), Boston merchant and politician, including the Resolves establishing a Committee of Correspondence sent by the Virginia House of Burgesses on March 12, 1773 to Cushing as Speaker of the Massachusetts General Court; correspondence (1781-86) between the exporting firm of John De Neufville and Sons, of Holland, and Cushing, as Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs; and the commission (Aug. 29, 1786) authorizing Cushing and others to represent Massachusetts at the Annapolis Convention on Trade. The correspondence between Cushing and the John de Neufville firm concerns goods shipped to Massachusetts by the order of Jonathan Loring Austin and describes the difficulties of shipment due to the war, the low status of American credit, and the sympathies of the Dutch people
Hancock family papers by Hancock family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Manuscripts, business and family correspondence, receipts, contracts, inventories of bills, decedents' estates, deeds and letters to and from John Hancock while he served on the Massachusetts General Court and as President of the Continental Congress. Letters discuss equipment, supplies, commerce, the Massachusetts Militia, Continental Army, and other aspects relating to the American Revolution. Also, business correspondence discussing financial aspects, accounts, investments, shipping to and from Canada, and letters to Thomas Hancock related to his role as a prominent Boston merchant and as the supplier for the British/American troops in the French and Indian War related to shipping merchant Thomas Hancock and later John Hancock. Also includes a receipt book, 1747-55, and letter book, 1745-50, of Thomas Hancock, and letter book of John Hancock, 1780-82. Correspondents include Ebenezer Hancock, Thomas Hancock, William Donnison, James Murray, Thomas Cushing, Artemas Ward, William Livingston, William Heath, Robert Treat Paine, Dorothy Quincy, Henry Knox, Edmund Quincy, Edward Browne, and Mercy Scollay, among others
Silas Deane letters by Silas Deane( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Silas Deane (1737-1789) was an American lawyer and merchant, member of the Continental Congress from Connecticut, 1774-1776, and Congressional agent and diplomat in France, 1776-1778. Recalled in 1778 under controversial circumstances, Deane returned to Europe in 1780 as a private citizen and died in 1789 en route to America. Silas Deane letters, dated 1767-1785, are addressed to his stepchildren Sarah (Sally) Webb and Samuel Blachley Webb, and friends Thomas Mumford and Thomas Cushing, New England merchants and politicians. Letters to Sally in Boston, 1767-1769, mention her mother's illness and offer advice for Sally's education and self-improvement. His 1778 letter to Thomas Cushing in Boston asks him to assist Sally, now the widow of John Simpson, a Loyalist. Letters written at Philadelphia to Thomas Mumford in Connecticut, 1774-1775, tell of Congressional business and colonial disputes, his participation in the Secret Committee to obtain support from Europe, and the need to develop an American naval force. Deane's letter of July 16, 1785 at London to Samuel Blachley Webb gives a careful study of American commercial prospects and Great Britain's rising manufacturing economy. A letter dated March 7, 1779 addressing "my Dear Col[onel]," and referring to an exchange, may be directed to Samuel Blachley Webb, at that time an American army colonel and prisoner of war
 
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Alternative Names
Thomas Cushing Amerikaans politicus (1725-1788)

Thomas Cushing politicien américain

Thomas Cushing US-amerikanischer Politiker

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湯馬士·顧盛

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