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Brookline (Ship)

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Works: 19 works in 30 publications in 1 language and 31 library holdings
Genres: Personal correspondence  Account books  Logbooks 
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Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Boston to Calcutta [i.e. Kolkata] (May 1832 to June 1833). Master was Samuel Kennedy. It is a daily log that describes the wind, weather, location, sightings of ships, cargo, and provisions used during the voyage
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

3 editions published in 1834 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from China to Cowes, England and Hamburg, Germany (Sept. 1834 to Oct. 1834). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master was George Peirce. It is an incomplete and partial daily log describing wind, weather, location, and sightings of ships. Continues Log 309. Bound with the brig Midas
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Salem to Manila and Boston (May 1843 to Apr. 1844). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master and log keeper was Charles H. Allen. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, sightings of ships, and astronomical observations
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Salem to Manila (June 1842 to Apr. 1843). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master was Charles H. Allen; log keeper was William B. Davis. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, provisions, stealing, disorderly conduct, injuries, sightings of ships, port activities, and a comet. Bound with the ship St. Paul. See also Log 505
by Allen (Family :( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family correspondence series includes letters (1826-1852) to William Allen (1766-1853) from his sons, Charles Henry (1810-1899), Joseph Augustus (1808-1840), and George Franklin Allen (1813-1852), and granddaughter, Margaret Lockhart (Allen) Davis (1813-1886), chiefly relating to family shipping activities and experiences in foreign ports, including documentation of Margaret Davis's daily life in Pernambuco, Brazil, with her husband, William Augustus Davis (1813-1860), and their children; letters (1827-1886) to and from Charles Henry Allen, Mary Penniman (Wright) Allen, and other family members; and miscellaneous family correspondence (1817-1866). Business papers series contains business correspondence and other records (1808-1890) of Charles Henry Allen and William Augustus Davis, including papers of ships Brookline (1833-1844), George (1830), St. Paul (1837-1857), brigs Ceres (1834-1836), Cherokee (1834-1837), Pioneer (1838-1839), and many other vessels, either owned or captained by members of the Allen family
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Salem to Anjer, Batavia [i.e. Jakarta], Lintin [i.e. Nei Lingding Island], Canton [i.e. Guangzhou], and Europe, with an eventual destination of [Hamburg] (July 1833-July 1834). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master was George Peirce; log keeper was Charles H. Allen. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, provisions and supplies, observations of an eclipse, and sightings of ships
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Salem to Manila, (Jly. 1839 to Jly. 1840). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master and log keeper was Charles H. Allen. It is a daily log detailing wind, weather, location, sightings of ships and shipboard activities. Bound with ship Siam
Nathaniel B. Perkins papers by Nathaniel B Perkins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection contains mostly correspondence and legal papers. It includes some papers of the schooner Vigilant
Brookline (Ship) Logbook by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The logbook of the ship Brookline details a voyage from Salem to Manila (June 1842 to Apr. 1843). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master was Charles H. Allen; log keeper was N.W. Osgood. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, sightings of ships, and a comet
Log of the ship Brookline by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Log of the ship Brookline, sailing from Salem, Mass. to Manila and back, 26 July 1839-1 July 1840, possibly kept by the ship's master Charles H. Allen. Included are notations of the course, winds, weather, etc., as well as work on the ship and sightings of other ships. The volume also contains miscellaneous memoranda by members of the Coffin family and sketches by Horace S. Perkins, 1858-1865. The volume was used as a scrapbook in the 1860s by Charlotte A. Coffin (later Perkins) of Salem, who pasted newspaper clippings to the recto pages. The clippings have been removed. Other items removed from the scrapbook include a poem by Charlotte's friend Maria Fiske, 1864, and a letter from Rev. Edward Holyoke of Marblehead, Mass. asking for a salary increase, 1725
Phillips Family Papers by Phillips (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection contains shipping, business, legal, and personal papers of Stephen Phillips, Stephen Clarendon Phillips, Stephen Henry Phillips, Williard Peele Phillips, George William Phillips, and Stephen Williard Phillips. Also includes papers of family businesses such as lumbering and railroad shipping
 
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