Records, 1823-1868.


Records, 1823-1868.

Correspondence (24 Jan. 1823) from Amos Binney, Boston, Mass., to Capt. Charles Morris at the navy yard, concerning a contract with Hastings & Marsh, Boston, (18 July 1856) from John P. Decatur, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, to Capt. John D. Henley regarding returns and stores reports, (18 July 1856) from Maj. Nathaniel S. Waldron, Portsmouth Marine Guard Barricks, to Commodore John Thomas Newton, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, concerning a reward for apprehension of a deserter; and two monthly returns of commissioned and warrant officers at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 31 July 1868, including names and ranks or positions, men waiting orders, and men in civil establishment.

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SNAC Resource ID: 8054073

Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum

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