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Records, 1738-1872.

Author: Frederick De PeysterFrederic De PeysterCadwallader D ColdenRichard HarisonJohn WellsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Records, 1738-1872. They include: deeds, leases, accounts, legal opinions (including one by Cadwallader Colden) and other documents relating to the Tontine Coffee-House and the land on which it stood; agreements with Ebenezer Storer and Edward Bardin, tenants of the coffee-house at different times; documents relating to the adjoining property, 120 Water Street; a sketch by John McComb of the Bar Room of the Tontine  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Accounts
Correspondence
Legal instruments
Architectural drawings
Invitations
Named Person: George Bright; John Charlton; Mary Charlton; Ebenezer Storer; Edward Bardin
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick De Peyster; Frederic De Peyster; Cadwallader D Colden; Richard Harison; John Wells; William Slosson; Peter Van Schaack; John McComb; Tontine Coffee-House.
OCLC Number: 58774226
Notes: For related material at the New-York Historical Society, see Tontine Coffee-House. Records, 1791-1871, shelved at BV Tontine, Tontine Coffee-House. Record of ships arriving at New York, 1812-1815, shelved at BV Tontine Journal, and Tontine Building, N.Y.C. Records, 1856-1871, available on microfilm only, on the reel entitled Colonial Dames Manuscripts.
Description: 0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
Other Titles: Constitution and nominations of the subscribers to the Tontine Coffee-House.
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Records, 1738-1872. They include: deeds, leases, accounts, legal opinions (including one by Cadwallader Colden) and other documents relating to the Tontine Coffee-House and the land on which it stood; agreements with Ebenezer Storer and Edward Bardin, tenants of the coffee-house at different times; documents relating to the adjoining property, 120 Water Street; a sketch by John McComb of the Bar Room of the Tontine Coffee-House, and a section of the Coffee Room, with his estimate for proposed alterations; lists of nominees; assignments of shares; three copies of The Constitution and Nominations of the Subscribers to the Tontine Coffee-House (New-York: Printed in the Year 1796), one bearing the signature of Frederic de Peyster and annotated with dates of death of nominees; papers and accounts relating to the estate of George Bright; papers, accounts, and legal opinons (by Richard Harison, John Wells, William Slosson, and Peter Van Schaack) relating to the affairs of John Charlton, his widow Mary, and their respective estates, including some bills for her funeral expenses; an invitation card for a dinner held at the Tontine Coffee-House in 1796 by the Lieutenant Governor. Many of the papers were written by Frederick de Peyster or his son Frederic.

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