Papers, 1746-1900.

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Vaughan, Benjamin, 1751-1835. Papers, 1746-1900.

Papers, 1746-1900.

This collection includes letters, with some transcripts and photostats, between Vaughan and American and British correspondents. There are also lectures, mostly in shorthand (3 v.); notes on the peace negotiations, 1782-1783; miscellaneous legal papers; and genealogy of the Abbott-Vaughan families.

ca. 5000 items.

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Gardiner, Robert Hallowell, 1782-1864

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Agriculturalist, public benefactor, landowner, trustee of Bowdoin College, and president of Maine Historical Society; resident of Gardiner, Me. From the description of Robert Hallowell Gardiner papers, 1770-1907. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 82154320 ...

Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819

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Jesse Appleton (1772-1819), a theologian and educator, was elected the second president of Bowdoin College in 1807. From the description of Letters, 1792-1813. (American Antiquarian Society). WorldCat record id: 191259114 American clergyman and educator. From the guide to the Jesse Appleton letter to Rev. Jedidiah Morse, 1806, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) ...

Freeman, James, 1759-1835

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Bowdoin College

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Rufus King Cushing (1802-1889) was born in Brunswick, Maine, and earned degrees from Bowdoin College in 1821 and 1824. He practiced medicine in Bangor and Brewer, Maine, and served as the first city physician of Bangor in 1834. From the description of [Diplomas issued to Rufus King Cushing] 1821-1824. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 488682502 ...

Vaughan, William, 1752-1850

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Charles Babbage was a mathematician and inventor. From the guide to the Charles Babbage selected correspondence, 1827-1871, 1827-1871, (American Philosophical Society) ...

Allen, William, 1770-1843

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American Quaker and abolitionist. From the guide to the William Allen letter to Dr. C.P. Pennock, 1830, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) British Chaplain in Lisbon. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2) : Lisbon, to Sir Philip Francis, 1774 Apr. 22 and 1779 Mar. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270131854 British chaplain in Lisbon. From the description of Autograph letters signed (4) : Lisbon,...

Banks, Joseph, 1743-1820

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José Francisco Correia da Serra was a Portuguese scholar, naturalist and diplomat. From the guide to the José Francisco Correia da Serra letters, 1810-1823, 1810-1823, (American Philosophical Society) English naturalist From the guide to the Sir Joseph Banks letters, 1802, 1803, 1804, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Scientist and explorer. President of the Royal Society. From the description of Letters and pa...

Vaughan, Petty, 1788-1854

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Jared Sparks was a clergyman, editor, historian, and president of Harvard College; he became an American Philosophical Society member in 1837. From the guide to the Jared Sparks selected papers, 1819-1863 Franklin Bache S. D. Bradford William Duane Peter S. Du Ponceau J. Francis Fisher George Gibbs Henry D. Gilpin Edward D. Ingraham James Mease William B. Reed Henry Stevens, Sr. Henry Stevens, Jr. Benjamin Vaughan Petty Vaughan William Vaughan There are also extracts from Sparks's jo...

Vaughan, William Oliver, 1783-1826.

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Benjamin Vaughan (1751-1835) was born in Jamaica to Samuel and Sarah Hallowell Vaughan. Benjamin resided in England and studied law and medicine, though he is most well known for his political work, particularly for his participation in the negotiations of the Treaty of Paris ending the American Revolution. In 1781 Benjamin married Sarah Manning and became involved with his father-in-law's mercantile business. Under political pressure in 1794, he left England and eventually settled ...

Vaughan, Samuel, Sr., 1720-1802.

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Mitchill, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831

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Physician Joseph Carson taught medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The College of Philadelphia's Medical School, founded in 1765, became known as the University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Medicine In 1779. From the guide to the Joseph Carson letters, 1789-1858, 1789-1858, (American Philosophical Society) Physician and naturalist. From the description of Papers, 1792-1928. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35203561 Mitchill (Edinburgh, M.D. 17...

Cleaveland, Parker, 1780-1858

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Parker Cleaveland (1780-1858) was a professor at Bowdoin College from 1805 until his death in 1858. For the school terms 1840-41, 1841-42, and 1842-43, he was Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Natural Philosophy, as well as Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, and Lecturer on Civil Polity. From the description of Lecture notes, c. 1840? (American Antiquarian Society). WorldCat record id: 191259246 Parker Cleaveland (1780-1858) was a scientist and professor of chemistry, ...

Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804

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Joseph Priestley was an English clergyman, political theorist, and physical scientist whose work contributed to advances in liberal political and religious thought and in experimental chemistry. He is best remembered for his contribution to the chemistry of gases. He relocated to Northumberland, Pa. From the description of Joseph Priestley papers, 1777-1835. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 53101438 Priestley and Vaughan, amongst others, founded...

Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848

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John Quincy Adams (b. July 11, 1767, Braintree, Massachusetts-d. February 23, 1848, Washington, D.C.) was an American statesman who served as a diplomat, United States Senator, member of the House of Representatives, and the sixth President of the United States. He was a member of the Federalist, Democratic-Republican, National Republican, and later the Anti-Masonic and Whig parties. He was the son of President John Adams and Abigail Adams. As a diplomat, Adams played an important role in neg...

Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813

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Dr. Benjamin Rush was a Philadelphia physician. From the description of Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1793-1821, n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122647047 However, the identification of EBS is uncertain. T.C. Stockton (The Stocktons of New Jersey, etc.) lists under this name a first cousin of Rush's wife, born June 4, 1773, who died (no date) without issue. The Univ. Pa. registers of medical matriculants list EBS in 1813-14 (#73), 1814-15 (#102), ...

Dexter, Aaron

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Manasseh Cutler worked as a clergyman and botanist. From the guide to the Manasseh Cutler papers, 1777-1790, 1777-1790, (American Philosophical Society) ...

Sparks, Jared, 1789-1866

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Jared Sparks (1789-1866) was the President of Harvard University from February 1, 1849 to February 10, 1853. He was also a Unitarian minister, editor, and historian. Jared Sparks was born to Joseph Sparks and Elinor (Orcut) Sparks on May 10, 1789 in Willington, Connecticut. Sparks was one of nine children and came from a family of modest means. When he turned six years old, Sparks went to live with an aunt and uncle in Camden, New York, to help relieve the family of a mout...

Napoléon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821

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French emperor and military commander. From the description of Letter, 1811. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122322521 Napoleon Bonaparte was a general of the French Revolution (1789-1799); the ruler of France as First Consul of the French Republic from November 11, 1799, to May 18, 1804; Emperor of the French and King of Italy under the name Napoleon I from May 18,1804, to April 6,1814; and briefly restored as Emperor from March 20 to June 22, 1815. He conquered much of Euro...

Vaughan, Samuel, Jr., 1762-1827.

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Vaughan, Benjamin, 1751-1835

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Physician, lawyer, author, diplomat, merchant, and agriculturalist, of Hallowell, Me.; b. in England. From the description of Benjamin Vaughan medical remedies, ca. 1805. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 213863015 From the description of Benjamin Vaughan compilation of bills of mortality for Hallowell, Maine, 1807-1834. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 213487537 From the description of Benjamin Vaughan autograph letter s...

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Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790

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Warren, John Collins, 1778-1856

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John Collins Warren, surgeon and naturalist, was born in Boston in 1778, the son of Harvard physician John Warren and Abigail (Collins) Warren. He graduated from Harvard College in 1797 and began the study of medicine with his father. From 1799 to 1802 he studied medicine in Paris and London. When he returned, he went into practice with his father. In 1809, Warren became adjunct professor in anatomy and surgery at Harvard Medical School and in 1815 succeeded his father as professor, a position h...

Manning, William, 1767-1849

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Vaughan, Sarah, 1924-1990

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Vaughan, Charles, 1759-1839

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Snow, Gideon.

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