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Dalton, Tristram 1738-1817

Works: 19 works in 21 publications in 1 language and 37 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Personal correspondence  Business correspondence  Biographies  History  Portraits  Military history  Account books  Sources  Manuscripts 
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[Tristram Dalton correspondence] by Tristram Dalton( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Electronic Enlightenment Scholarly Edition of Correspondence is an online, fully cross-searchable collection of correspondence from the 17th to 20th century. It combines never previously published materials with best scholarly editions, and is updated annually. Also included are extensive scholarly annotations and the Electronic Enlightenment Biographical Dictionary. The contributors and addressees include authors, philosophers, craftsmen … The topics covered include education, religion, politics, art, science, the slave trade, gender issues …. Most of the correspondents are from France, Germany, Italy, the British Isles and North America, but there are also contributions from Spain, Portugal, Russia, …
Papers of Richard Cutts by Richard Cutts( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Major topics include political apppointments and patronage; Republican Party politics; the Embargo; the War of 1812; foreign affairs in Europe; and family news and finances
George Town, to John Nicholson in Philadelphia by Tristram Dalton( )

1 edition published in 1795 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerning a house that Nicholson was supposed to be building for him
Tristram Dalton bond by Tristram Dalton( )

1 edition published in 1814 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A note from Nathan Lufborough, acting comptroller, Treasury Office (probably Massachusetts), to Tristram Dalton, stating that Dalton's official bond and oaths have been received and approved
Elbridge Gerry papers by Elbridge Gerry( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence of statesman Elbridge Gerry and his family. Gerry's correspondence with Samuel Adams, John Adams, Tristram Dalton, James Warren, Joseph Trumbull, Rev. William Gordon, Francis Dana, James Sullivan, James Lovell, and John Wendell concerns: a smallpox epidemic in Boston (1774), reaction to the British blockade of Boston, campaigns of the Revolutionary War, military supplies and the payment of soldiers, money troubles of the young United States, and the Treaty of Paris. Later correspondence concerns Mass. and national politics, Gerry's diplomatic mission to Paris and the subsequent war with France, the Louisiana Purchase, and the Jefferson and Madison administrations. Gerry's letters to his wife Ann Thompson Gerry and his children Ann, Eliza, and Elbridge Gerry describe Washington and its social life, as well as news about the War of 1812
Correspondence of Tristram Dalton by Tristram Dalton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

All letters were written to Michael Hodge, town clerk and collector of customs at Newburyport, except for one letter to Dalton's brother-in-law Stephen Hooper. The correspondence consists of three sets of letters. The first set, June 1783 - June 1787, were written from Boston when Dalton was a member of the Massachusetts General Court. These letters discuss actions of the General Court as they affected Newburyport and efforts to pass laws to deal with Shay's Rebellion including Dalton's opposition to the Tender Act. The letters also report details of the military actions against the rebels as well as the treatment of Daniel Shay, Luke Day, John Wheeler and other rebel leaders. A second set of letters, January 1788 - February 1788, were written when Dalton was a delegate to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention working for the ratification of the United States Constitution. The letters describe the fight for ratification including Elbridge Gerry's opposition and the roles of John Adams and Gov. Hancock in assuring ratification. A third set of letters, May 1789 - March 1791, from New York and Philadelphia cover the period when Dalton served in the first sessions of the United State Senate, having been appointed for a two-year term. The letters are mainly concerned with tax and trade legislation that affected Newburyport merchant, the debate on assuming the debts of the states and the controversy over the permanent location of the nation's capital. The letters also mention such non-legislative matters as family illnesses, malicious rumors about Dalton, rental of properties in Maine, and the visit of George Washington to Newburyport
Tristram Dalton Papers by Tristram Dalton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes ALS, Newburyport, Massachusetts, 21 October 1775 to Elbridge Gerry concerning: supplying ammunition and other goods to the Indians in Maine; the scarcity of powder locally; the schooner Britannia remaining in government service; pleads for a runaway sailor in jail. Letter also mentions George Washington. Also includes a letter dated Salem, March 14, 1814, to Joseph Cutler, concerning the deed from Katherine Dalton to Mr. Hodge, as well as letters, receipts, and 2 power of attorney papers
Cushing and White Papers by Cushing and White( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contain ships' papers, correspondence, accounts, receipts, and an account book relating to the shipping and privateering activities of this Boston, Massachusetts firm. Although the records include items from 1773 to 1852, the bulk of the collection concerns privateering during the American Revolution, 1775 to 1783
Letter to Commissary Richard Devens, asking him to return to Capt. Stevens two barrels of gunpowder lent by Newburyport by Tristram Dalton( )

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

Account book of Jonathan Bradbury, Newburyport, MA by Jonathan Bradbury( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Account book of Jonathan Bradbury of Newburyport, MA. Sold lumber, hardware, food, and other supplies. Tristram Dalton (1738-1817) was a customer
by Tristram Dalton( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence and papers, mostly after 1787- politics, family and business matters, including some letters of his partner, Tobias Lear
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Alternative Names
Tristram Dalton American politician

Tristram Dalton Amerikaans politicus (1738-1817)

Tristram Dalton amerikansk politikar

Tristram Dalton amerikansk politiker

Tristram Dalton politicien américain

Tristram Dalton político estadounidense

Tristram Dalton politico statunitense

Tristram Dalton US-amerikanischer Politiker

Tristram Dalton yhdysvaltalainen poliitikko

Тристрам Далтон американский политик

تریسترم دالتون سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی


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