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    William Perry sea journals, Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Journals of two voyages, the first with caption: Journal of a voyage in the ship Jamaica, William Sherry, from Montego Bay bound to London (18 July-15 Oct. 1797). The second with caption: Journal of a voyage from Jamaica to England in the Minerva, Rob Hardy, Mast. of Bristol. First journal includes 7 sketches of coastlines, three colored tables of signals, three lists of signals, ...
    • Contributor: Perry, William
    • Date: 1797
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    English military report on St. Augustine, with plans and views of St. Augustine Castle, the Spanish watch tower on Anastasia Island, and Matance's Fort,
    Plan & view of St. Augustine Castle and Matance's Fort | Plan and view of St. Augustine Castle and Matance's Fort
    Manuscripts with detailed watercolor views and a plan of the Spanish fort at St. Augustine, Fla., written by an Englishman, apparently a first-hand witness, three years after the failed attempt of Governor Oglethorpe to capture St. Augustine's main fort, at a time when Englishmen were barred from Spanish Florida. Includes a south prospect of St. Augustine Castle; plan of St. Augustine Castle; north prospect ...
    • Contributor: Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1743

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    William Perry sea journals, 1797 Journals of two voyages, the first with caption: Journal of a voyage in the ship Jamaica, William Sherry, from Montego Bay bound to London (18 July-15 Oct. 1797). The second with caption: Journal of a voyage from Jamaica to England in the Minerva, Rob Hardy, Mast. of Bristol. First journal includes 7 sketches of coastlines, three colored tables of signals, three lists of signals, ...
    • Contributor: Perry, William
    • Date: 1797

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    Court summons, Catalog Record Only Printed summons, issued by Harris as clerk of court, for Alexander E. Gregory to answer to Richard K. Call, governor of Florida Territory, over a debt of ten thousand dollars, with one hundred dollars damages, owed the company Harrison and Raney, County of Gadsden, Court House in Quincy.
    • Contributor: Harris, Isaac R.
    • Date: 1843
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    D.L. Yulee letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written to Rev. C.M. Butler.
    • Contributor: Yulee, David Levy
    • Date: 1851
  • Manuscript/Mixed Material
    Bernardo de Gálvez letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as governor of Louisiana to Daniel Clark.
    • Contributor: Gálvez, Bernardo De - Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1778
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    Millard Fillmore letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as president to Hugh Maxwell, collector at the Port of New York. Topics include activities in Cuban waters, attempts to annex Cuba, and the issue of war powers in the U.S. Congress. Persons represented include George Law.
    • Contributor: Fillmore, Millard
    • Date: 1852
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    Peter Muhlenberg letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written near Ocheese Town to Matthew Arbuckle. Topics include the Seminole Indians and the 1st Seminole War.
    • Contributor: Muhlenberg, Peter
    • Date: 1817
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    Peter Muhlenberg letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written along the Appalachicola River and addressed to Maj. General Edmund P. Gaines. Topics include the Seminole Indians and the 1st Seminole War. He reports sighting Indians with boats laden with corn and pumpkins and expects to have transport arrive at Fort Scott in about 25 to 30 days.
    • Contributor: Muhlenberg, Peter
    • Date: 1817
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    James Monroe letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as president to General Andrew Jackson. Topics include Florida, the Seminole Indians, and politics in the U.S. Congress. Monroe writes in part, "Every transaction has been scrutinized, under the instigation of anonymous writers, on false or prejudiced views, & the great effort seems to have been, to pull down institutions & characters, rather than to rear them up, for the support & ...
    • Contributor: Monroe, James
    • Date: 1822
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    Andrew Jackson letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written by General Jackson in Huntsville, Ala., to his wife, Rachel Jackson. Topics include Florida, the Seminole Indians, and the Jackson family. The letter was written after Jackson had received orders from Secretary of War John C. Calhoun to proceed against the Seminoles and the Spanish government of Florida.
    • Contributor: Jackson, Andrew
    • Date: 1818
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    John Forbes letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written in St. Augustine, Fla., to Capt. George Keith Elphinstone, an officer in the Royal Navy. Topics include East Florida and Britain.
    • Contributor: Forbes, John
    • Date: 1782
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    William Eden letter, Catalog Record Only ALS to Lord Holland regarding the draft of a proposed note to include corrections by Lord Holland, Lord Grenville, and Lord Howick, and the impending meeting of same.
    • Contributor: Auckland, William Eden
    • Date: 1806
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    Anglo-American Treaty of 1806 archive, Catalog Record Only Collection of documents relating to the Anglo-American Treaty of 1806 (also referred to as the Monroe-Pinkney Treaty).
    • Date: 1805
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    Proceedings of the Consejo de Indias, Catalog Record Only Record of the discussion of a proposal of Col. Juan Gaspar de Turriegel to colonize New Spain with 6,000 German and Flemish Catholic colonists.
    • Contributor: Consejo De Indias (Spain)
    • Date: 1767
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    Matthew Arbuckle letter, Catalog Record Only ALS from Arbuckle in camp at Burges Bluff to Maj. General Edmund P. Gaines at Fort Scott, Fla. Topics include the Seminole Indians and the 1st Seminole War.
    • Contributor: Arbuckle, Matthew
    • Date: 1817
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish ambassador Joaquín de Anduaga. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1822
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, Florida and land grants there, and President James Monroe.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1821
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1821
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1821
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1821
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, Florida, Argentina, and the Spanish king, Ferdinand VII.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1820
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1820
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, Florida and land grants there, and Texas.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1820
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    John Quincy Adams letter, Catalog Record Only ALS written as U.S. secretary of state to Spanish minister Francisco Dionisio Vives. Topics include diplomatic relations, foreign affairs, Spanish colonialism, the Adams-Onís Treaty, and Florida and land grants there.
    • Contributor: Adams, John Quincy
    • Date: 1820