Letter books, 1805-1821.


Chauncey, Isaac, 1772-1840. Letter books, 1805-1821.

Letter books, 1805-1821.

Letterbooks containing copies of Cauncey's letters written while serving in various command positions throughout his career as a U.S. naval officer. Six volumes cover the following dates: July 14, 1805-Apr. 3, 1806 (88 p., 8 x 13 in.), Apr. 11, 1809-Sept. 21, 1812 (316 p., 10 x 16 in.), Aug. 27, 1813-July 1, 1814 (550 p., 8 x 10 in.), June 25, 1814-Mar. 17, 1815 (550 p., 7 x 10 in.), Apr. 1, 1817-Dec. 31, 1819 (500 p., 8 x 12 in.), and Jan. 1, 1820-Apr. 10, 1821 (215 p., 8 x 10 in.).

6 v.

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