Merchant and marine insurance broker. Correspondence, letterbooks, diary, account books, ledgers, inventories, indexes, receipts, and miscellaneous documents relating to Koch’s investment business in Philadelphia, Amsterdam, and Alexandria, Va.
Correspondence, commissions, diplomas, certificates, and other documents. Includes military papers relating to the Silesian wars and Seven Years' War, letters from King Leopold II of Austria, and material relating to California and Mexico.
Correspondence, letterbooks, diary, account books, ledgers, inventories, indexes, receipts, and estate and other papers documenting Koch's activities as a merchant and marine insurance broker in Amsterdam (1787-1790), Alexandria, Va. (1790-1792), and Philadelphia, Pa. (1792-1817), and reflecting his business dealings in Europe, Latin America, and North America. His diary (1817-1818) describes a trip to Paris, France. Also includes a 1941 published version of the memoirs ...
Correspondence, commissions, diplomas, certificates, and other documents. Includes military papers relating to the Silesian War and Seven Years' War, letters from King Leopold II of Austria, and material relating to California and Mexico.
In Dutch with accompanying guide in English. Accompanied by a printed guide, entitled: Guide & concordances to Passenger lists of the Holland-America Line, 1900-1940, on microfiche (39 p. ; 30 cm.) MicRR guide no.: 529.
Positive photocopy and typewritten transcript. [S.l.] Gift, James Brewster, State Librarian, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Conn., 1937. Governor of New Netherlands (colonial New York). Collection material in Dutch, with English. Forms part of: Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.
Consists of selections from the Archief van net Opperhoofd including volumes 71 and 75-76 (stükken van algemane aard); volume 157 (ingekommen stükken); and volumes 154-158 and 167-168 (geheimarchief). Includes dispatches between the governor-general and the Colonial Dept., the chief of commerce of Deshima and the governor of Nagasaki; daily registers of Donker Curtius, chief of Formosa; and correspondence with various Dutch ships.
Journal or daybook (472 pages) by an unknown scribe entitled "Journaal of Dag Register Van den beginne des tegenwoordige Oorlog tusseren de seven Vereenigde Provincien, en Engeland," (i.e. "Journal or daybook from the beginning of the present war between the Seven United Provinces and England") containing copies of correspondence, treaties, articles of agreement, declarations, admiralty lists, notes, commentary, poetry, and essays relating chiefly to ...