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Fri Mar 21 17:04:52 2014 UTClccn-n910814610.00Archivio della Delegazione Apostolica d'India,0.801.00Papers, 1759-1878124472732n 910814613001071lccn-n50041060Jones, John Paul1747-1792lccn-n85185941United StatesContinental Navylccn-n79140986United StatesHydrographic Officenp-lowry, oswin wLowry, Oswin W.lccn-n81018651Littlehales, G. W.(George Washington)1860-1943np-van duzer, louis sVan Duzer, Louis S.lccn-n79059051United StatesNavylccn-n97803019Green, Ezra1746-1847lccn-n82027848Preble, George Henry1816-1885lccn-n97803020Green, Walter C.(Walter Cooper)1799-Ranger (Ship)SurveysPhotographsMapsScrapbooksDiariesObituariesRanger (Ship)United StatesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Jones, John Paul,United States.--Continental NavyBounties, MilitaryRecruiting and enlistmentMexico--Baja California (Peninsula)United States.--NavyHydrographic surveyingTriangulationGreen, Ezra,SurgeonsShippingMassachusettsCommerceWest IndiesPrivateeringMerchantsIndiaFisheriesGreat BritainIndia--KolkataNew Hampshire--PortsmouthTravelPedrick, Richard,MilitiaClaimsArmed Forces--OfficersAgricultureShipsPedrick, Richard,Lear, Tobias,Naval battlesMassachusetts--SalemBon Homme Richard (Ship)EuropeCargo shipsInternational tradePedrick, Joseph,Europe--British IslesFish tradeWhipple, Joseph,LettersWharton & Lewis (Philadelphia, Pa.)Mount Vernon (Ship : 1799)PoetryNew HampshireDeclaration of Independence (United States)Armies, Colonial176217771829187518821892190919251941194619751702630526.9VK597231ocn009566370book18920.95Littlehales, G. WThe methods and results of the survey of the west coast of Lower California by the officers of the U.S.S. "Ranger" during the season of 1889 and 1890Surveys21ocn028417037mix1.00Pedrick familyDiaries, ships' papers, financial records, and other materials of Pedrick (Pederick) family members, relating to farming, shipping and international trade, voyages taken, and family affairs. Includes logs of brigs Fox, Joseph, and William and ship Ranger, documenting voyages taken, claims, and cargo; transcript (typewritten) of ms. of John Pedrick (b. 1773) concerning his activities as merchant and ship owner, the fishing industry in Massachusetts, and Pedrick-owned vessels sailing out of Marblehead, Salem, and Boston, Mass., exporting fish to West Indian and European ports; and account book recording the sale of merchandise in Calcutta, India (1819). Other family members represented include Benjamin, Joseph (b. 1776 or 7), Knott P., Richard (b. 1742), and Richard (b. 1772) Pedrick11ocn173772994artRanger (Ship)A curious relic11ocn834574325mixPeabody familyJoseph Peabody Family PapersPhotographsDiariesObituariesScrapbooksThis collection contains the papers of Salem, MA ship captain Joseph Peabody, his son George, his grandson George Augustus, and his grandnephew William C. Endicott, Jr. It includes correspondence, financial and legal papers, diaries, speeches, scrapbooks, records for Fiske's wharf, photographs, and genealogy11ocn080376553map1925United States... North America : West coast of Lower California. San Diego to San Quentin bayMaps11ocn646313935mixDerby, RichardRichard Derby PapersCollection contains letters (1746-1797), papers of Captain Michael Drive, ships papers, and Crowninshield's brief of claim against three ship owners844ocn062810966com17770.92Great encouragement for seamen. All gentlemen seamen and able-bodied landsmen who have a mind to distinguish themselves in the glorious cause of their countryHistory201ocn023683829book18750.97Green, EzraDiary of Ezra Green, M.D. surgeon on board the continental ship-of-war "Ranger," under John Paul Jones, from November 1, 1777, to September 27, 1778, born in 1746, died in 1847 : with historical notes and a biographyHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives161ocn838529719com17770.47Great encouragement for seamen : All gentlemen seamen and able-bodied landsmen who have a mind to distinguish themselves in the glorious cause of their countryHistory41ocn002681980book19750.96Murray, RobinsonFor a glorious cause : the story of John Paul Jones and the RangerHistory21ocn631003368map19090.92Eastman, Annie HendersonMaps illustrating cruises of John Paul Jones in British watersHistoryNaval historyMaps11ocn122525096mix1829Lord, JohnSouth Berwick, Me., to John Henry Sherburne, PortsmouthLord assists John Paul Jones's biographer with crew lists of the Ranger, which Jones had commanded in 1777 and 177811ocn070961967mix1.00John Paul Jones Club (Portsmouth, N.H.)HistoryIncludes correspondence, minutes, and membership lists relating to the club's projects including lobbying (1907) for a Senate bill to have Jones buried with "masonic honors", to establish a John Paul Jones day, and to establish a committee to support a tablet commemorating the ship Ranger11ocn145570755mixCatholic ChurchArchivio della Delegazione Apostolica d'India11ocn225770934bookClark, F. T. DLogsLog of the proceedings of HMS Mersey kept by F.T.D. Clark, master's assistant. G.W.C. Courtney was the captain. The Mersey sailed to the West Indies 18 Feb. 1830-21 March 1830. The journal also contains the log of HMS Ranger 22 March 1830-Jan. 1831 and the log of the convict ship Jupiter kept by the mate F.T.D. Clark on a voyage from England to Van Diemen's Land, 1832-1833. The master was W.S. Clark11ocn014053791book1762Amherst, Jeffery AmherstLetter to Donald Campbell, 1762 May 4HistoryJeffrey Amherst, New York, to Donald Campbell. Concerns raising 268 recruits from the colony of Virginia for the King's forces. Campbell is chosen to go to Hampton [Va.] on the "Ranger", and from there to Williamsburg to review the recruits. There he is to deliver a letter to Lt. Gov. [Francis] Fauquier. Provides a credit on John Hunter to pay the bounties. Troops are to board the ship immediately for the return trip to New York11ocn070945035book1.00Langdon, JohnJohn Langdon, William Whipple, and Elwyn family papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceAccount booksThe Elwyn family and other papers consist chiefly of letters to John Langdon's daughter, Elizabeth (Langdon) Elwyn, of Portsmouth and later Philadelphia, Pa., many from her children, but also from naval commander Isaac Chauncey, editor Charles King, and lawyer Timothy Upham, who managed her New Hampshire properties; papers of her husband, Thomas Elwyn, lawyer, including records of the John Moffatt estate and the subsequent legal case; some papers of the Elwyn children: Alfred W., John L., Thomas O., and William O., and some of their descendants, including members of the Stone family; 16 letters to Peter Livius; and a few papers of Tobias Langdon and other Langdon family members11ocn568175458book0.10French, ZadockAccount booksFrench was a merchant at 43 Long Wharf, involved with the West Indies trade and trade with Bangor, Maine, where he later settled. He was also part owner of the schooner Ranger, which was outfitted as a whaler. Account books provide a detailed daily record of receipts and expenditures and commercial activity centered around Boston Harbor. The account books include the years of the Embargo of 1807-180911ocn077647410book19461.00United StatesGreat encouragement for seamen. All gentlemen seamen ... opportunity now offers ... ship Ranger ... commanded by John Paul JonesHistory11ocn019414896mixLewis, ThomasThomas Lewis papersPapers of Thomas Lewis, Boston (Mass.) merchant who shipped lumber from Boston to the West Indies. Includes business ledger, 1792-1802, with index. Also, a statement of losses on the schooner Ranger, 1798; a clearance for the schooner Nancy signed by John Adams (1800); an 1892 letter to William G. Lewis regarding the French spoliation claim of the heirs to Thomas Lewis; and an appointment of W.G. Lewis as Haitian consul at Boston, 187912ocn847534763book1941Allison, Thomas MReminiscencePersonal reminiscence, November 10 - December 19, 1941, giving an account of the movements of Task Force 14, first U.S. Navy task force of the war, that transported British troops from Halifax, NS, to Capetown, SA, then sailed to Bombay, India, Mumbasa, Kenya and Singapore. Mentions food, weather, liberty and news of early wartime attacks, including Pearl Harbor. List of ships in Task Force 14 is included11ocn852382757bookFoster, JosephCapt. Tobias Lear of Portsmouth, builder of the "Ranger"Biography11ocn084443845book1777Jones, John PaulWhereas the seamen of these states have for some time past been discouraged from entering into the navy, : by thinking they have hitherto been unfairly dealt with in respect of prize-money, and the regular payment of wagesHistory11ocn017156266mixDennis familyPapersChiefly business and legal papers of an Ipswich, Mass., family, including account book and receipts (1721-30) for outfitting of ships and account book (1730-57) of expenses, of John Dennis (d.1757), papers relating to the guardianship of the William Searles children, estate papers of Margaret Rogers, and other receipts, accounts and town militia commissions, muster rolls, tax lists, and estate papers. Persons represented include John Dennis' father, Thomas Dennis (d.1706), and children, Thomas (1706-1771) and Rev. John Dennis (1708-1773). Other subject matter includes the First Parish Church in Ipswich, and the ships Charming Betty, Elizabeth, Grand Turk, John and Hannah, Mary, Prudent, and Ranger. Other persons represented include Jonathan Belcher, William Dummer, Rev. John and Nathaniel Rogers, William Shirley, and the Rogers family11ocn028942515art1882Log book of the RangerHistory11ocn023896790mixSaunders, Edmund LPapersA small collection of papers of Dr. Edmund L. Saunders, surgeon on the U.S.S. Enterprise and U.S.S. Ranger, 1901-13. The Enterprise and the Ranger were training ships for the Mass. Nautical Training School (later the Mass. Maritime Academy) for the training of merchant seamen. The collection contains clippings on the training voyages of both ships, an ink sketch of Capt. Ivison of the Enterprise, a bill of health for the Enterprise at the Port of Funchal, 29 Aug. 1902, and itinerary cards from 1903-11Fri Mar 21 15:22:05 EDT 2014batch16882