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Wendell, Jacob 1691-1761

Overview
Works: 17 works in 22 publications in 1 language and 337 library holdings
Genres: Treaties  History  Sources  Personal narratives  Records and correspondence  Personal correspondence  Archives 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z1215, 971.018
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Most widely held works about Jacob Wendell
 
Most widely held works by Jacob Wendell
Louisbourg papers : expedition of 1745( Book )

1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Records of the Louisbourg Expedition (1745) during King George's War (1744-1748) include instructions from Massachusetts governor William Shirley to the American commander William Pepperrell; correspondence with Peter Warren, commodore of the British forces; records of the proceedings of the expedition's Council of War; and copies of the Articles of Capitulation (1745) which ended the seige, with reference to adherence to the treaty. Also, an unidentified ship's log and journal and unidentified pages describing the voyage and the campaign, Pepperrell's letterbook, and papers regarding a dispute over military fees to be paid to Brig. Gen. Samuel Waldo. Among the correspondents are Benning Wentworth, Duke of Newcastle John Holles, Samuel Waldo, and Jacob Wendell
Philip Livingston (1686-1749) collection by Philip Livingston( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bulk of collection consists of letters from Philip Livingston to Henry Van Rensselaer regarding wheat and other matters of trade. One folder of letters from Philip Livingston to his brother Gilbert Livingston. Also included are court documents, power of attorney, agreements, and letters to Colonel Jacob Wendell, Israel Williams, Storke & Gainsborough, and Abraham De Peyster
Wendell family letterbooks and account books by Wendell family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The eight account books include two volumes with correlating entries, both kept by Jacob Wendell: daily accounts and a ledger (with cash accounts), 1708-1715. Other volumes kept by Jacob Wendell consist of daily accounts, 1731-1761 (XT); miscellaneous invoices and accounts, 1735-1753; and accounts related to the frigate Massachusetts, 1747-1749, with accounts and an inventory of the estate of Dorothy Jackson kept by Oliver Wendell, 1762-1764. The collection also contains two volumes related to the estate of Edmund Quincy (1733-1768): a ledger of accounts, 1760-1783, and an alphabetical name index to the ledger; as well as a volume of daily expenses and cash accounts, primarily wharfage and dockage charges, kept by Charles C. Foster, 1807-1836. The Fosters were related to the Wendells through the Van Rensselaer family
by Holmes family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists of correspondence of Edward Jackson Holmes and other members of the Holmes family, including Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr., Abiel Holmes, and John Holmes. Includes 72 letters, 1886, accepting or declining invitation to a reception given in London by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. and his daughter Mrs. Turner Sargent. Also includes diary, 1886, of Amelia Jackson Holmes Sargent; diary, 1896, of Edward Jackson Holmes; address and engagement books, 1886, of Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.; manuscripts of writings by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. and others; and Jacob Wendell's account book, 1748-1750, of the committee for rebuilding Boston Court House
Boylston family papers by Boylston (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business and family papers of the Boylston family of Boston and Princeton, Mass. and Bath, Bristol, and London, Eng. Letters, letterbooks, diaries, ledgers, and journals of merchants John (1709-1795), Thomas (1721-1798), Nicholas (1716-1771), and Ward N. Boylston (1749-1827). Subjects include coffee, rum, potash, sugar and whale oil trade, land speculation, the coming of the American Revolution, Mass. loyalists, construction of the family home in Princeton, and European description and travel. Correspondents include John Q. Adams, Asher Benjamin, Eliphalet Fitch, George Folger, Benjamin Hallowell, William Cooper, Harrison Gray, Daniel Leonard, Daniel Lisle, Moses Gill, Charles Bulfinch, Charles Paxton, William Smith, Benjamin Petty, Samuel and William Vaughan, Samuel Sewall, and Jacob Wendell
Wendell family papers by Wendell family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Wendell family of Boston, Mass. and Portsmouth, N.H. Papers of Jacob Wendell, a prominent Boston merchant, include accounts, receipts, and other business papers; materials relating to his role as one of the Mass. commissioners sent to treat with the Six Nations (Iroquois) Indians at Albany, N.Y. (1744-45); and papers on the development of Pittsfield, Mass., including plans. Account books include accounts for his work building the snow (ship) Prince of Orange (1740-44); a daybook (1813-28); and estate accounts (1716-30). There are also an account book (1748-60) and receipt book (1741-50) of Wendell's firm, Jacob, John, and Jacob Wendell. Papers of Portsmouth, N.H. merchants John (1731-1808) and George W. Wendell include letters, accounts, bills, and receipts; and papers related to real estate interests in Saville (later Wendell, now Sunapee) and Trecothick (now Ellsworth), N.H. Other papers include accounts (1827-39) and daybooks (46 vols., 1832-37) kept by Samuel Pray of Portsmouth; several letters regarding John Q. Adams's attack of the Hartford Convention leaders during his 1828 re-election campaign; papers related to the First Church of Cambridge, in particular the ministry of Nathaniel Appleton; and papers on relations between Mass. and N.H. (1732-49). Additional correspondents include John Wendell (1703-1762), Anna E. Wendell, and Frances G. Whidden
the Province of Massachusetts Bay, to Daniel Gookin by Daniel Gookin( )

1 edition published in 1748 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Warrant from the Province of Massachusetts Bay, dated Nov. 25, 1748, to Daniel Gookin, John Draper, etc. for payment due, totaling fifty-nine pounds, for the printing of: Good rulers the fathers of their people, and the marks of honour due to them : a sermon preach'd at Boston in the audience of His Excellency William Shirley, Esq., governour, the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and House of Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England : on the day of electing His Majesty's Council, May 25, 1748 / by Daniel Lewis. Boston : Printed by John Draper ... for Daniel Gookin ..., [1748]
By a special warrant from the honourable his majesty's council of this province by Jacob Wendell( Book )

1 edition published in 1757 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

William Pepperrell papers by William Pepperrell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of William Pepperrell, Maine merchant and commander of the American forces on the expedition to Louisbourg on Cape Breton, N.S. (1745) during King George's War. The bulk of the papers relate to Pepperrell's command at Louisbourg, including military orders and reports, regimental lists, returns, correspondence regarding strategies, supplies, and provisions, commission and discharge requests, accounts, receipts, and invoices. The collection also includes Pepperrell's business correspondence as a merchant, in particular with his son-in-law, Boston merchant Nathaniel Sparhawk and his partner Benjamin Colman, and regarding lands in Maine; family correspondence including with his father William; and a Pepperrell family genealogy. Additional correspondents include Robert Auchmuty, John Henry Bastide, Ammi R. Cutter, Andrew Oliver, Thomas Pownall, William Shirley, Samuel Shute, Edward Tyng, Samuel Waldo, Peter Warren, Jacob Wendell, and John Wheelwright
Records by Louisbourg Expedition( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Records of the Louisbourg Expedition (1745) during King George's War (1744-1748) include instructions from Massachusetts governor William Shirley to the American commander William Pepperrell; correspondence with Peter Warren, commodore of the British forces; records of the proceedings of the expedition's Council of War; and copies of the Articles of Capitulation (1745) which ended the seige, with reference to adherence to the treaty. Also, an unidentified ship's log and journal and unidentified pages describing the voyage and the campaign, Pepperrell's letterbook, and papers regarding a dispute over military fees to be paid to Brig. Gen. Samuel Waldo. Among the correspondents are Benning Wentworth, Duke of Newcastle John Holles, Samuel Waldo, and Jacob Wendell
Papers by Pitts family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, bills, receipts, and other business papers, of John Pitts, his son, James Pitts Sr., Boston merchant, and James' sons, John, James Jr., Thomas, Samuel, and Lendall Pitts, also Boston merchants, and of James Bowdoin Sr., James Bowdoin Jr., Governor of Massachusetts and brother-in-law and business partner of James Pitts Sr., Thomas Flucker, son-in-law of John Pitts, and John Tyng; together with papers relating to the estate of James Pitts Sr., letter (1796) from William Davis to Samuel Pitts describing the gubernatorial contest between Increase Sumner and Samuel Adams; correspondence concerning exhibition of family portraits and other paintings by Lendall Pitts and his wife, Elizabeth (McCord) Pitts; miscellaneous business papers of Andrew Belcher, Peter Faneuil, Andrew and Peter Oliver, Samuel Sewall, and Jacob and John Wendell; papers relating to the Mountfort and Wardwell families; and other family papers
 
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