Condensed Bibliography

Condensed Bibliography

THE following is a condensed listing of the principal published works used in the preparation of the Editor’s Chapter Introductions and of the Biographical Notes in Appendix 3. Wide use has also been made of manuscript material, derived primarily from the archives of the following collections and includes:

Abbot Hall (Marblehead). Town records, Selectmen’s records, bills and correspondence to the Town.

American Antiquarian Society (Worcester). Miscellaneous papers relating to Ashley Bowen and to Marblehead.

Essex County Court House (Salem). Land records, probate records, records of the Inferior Court, and a mid-eighteenth century Notarial record book in the Office of the Clerk of the Courts.

Essex Institute (Salem). Numerous Bowen family papers, John Prince papers, James Gregory Revolutionary War Pension Claims papers, the pre-Revolutionary Custom House letterbook and impost office records for the Port of Salem and Marblehead, and various Marblehead account books.

Library of Congress (Washington, D. C.). The Washington Papers and documents relating to “George Washington’s Navy”.

Marblehead Historical Society (Marblehead). Nathan Bowen’s Justice of the Peace record book, many hundred individual documents relating to Marblehead, letterbooks, account books, logbooks, genealogical records, and scrapbooks.

Massachusetts Historical Society (Boston). Numerous manuscripts relating to events in Marblehead and to specific individuals such as Jeremiah and William Raymond Lee, Robert Hooper, the Gerrys, Thomas Robie, John Barnard, and Thomas Fitch Oliver.

National Archives (Washington, D. C). Revolutionary war pension claims and “memorials” to Congress.

Peabody Museum (Salem). Notarial records of Daniel Moulton of York, Maine, John Griste account books, miscellaneous early Marblehead documents, abstracts of the Naval Office shipping lists for the Port of Salem and Marblehead from 1753 to 1765, and post-war ship registers, enrollments, and licenses.

Public Record Office (London). Captains’ and Masters’ logs, muster books, Salem Custom House correspondence, original Naval Office shipping lists for Salem and Marblehead and for British West Indian ports during the eighteenth century.

State Archives (Boston). Numerous items referring to Marblehead. Many have been published from time to time in the Essex Institute Historical Collections.

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Acts and Resolves, Public and Private, of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, The (Boston, Mass., 1881), vol. IV.

Allen, Gardner Weld, “Massachusetts Privateers of the American Revolution,” Massachusetts Historical Society Collections (Boston, Mass., 1927), vol. 77.

Barnard, John, “Autobiography of the Reverend John Barnard,” Massachusetts Historical Society Collections (Boston, Mass., 1836), vol. V, 3rd Series.

Belknap, Henry Wyckoff, Artists and Craftsmen of Essex County, Massachusetts (Salem, Mass., 1927).

Bentley, William, The Diary of William Bentley, D.D. (Salem, Mass., 1905–1914), 4 vols.

Billias, George Athan, General John Glover and his Marblehead Mariners (New York, 1960).

“Biographical Notices of Marston Watson, Esq.”, Massachusetts Historical Society Collections (Boston, Mass., 1802), vol. VIII, 1st Series.

Boston Evening Post.

Boston Gazette.

Bradlee, Francis B. C, Marblehead’s Foreign Commerce, 1780–1850 (Salem, Mass., 1929).

Bridenbaugh, Carl, ed., Gentleman’s Progress, The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton (Chapel Hill, N. C, 1948).

Cadbury, Henry J., “Quaker Relief during the Siege of Boston,” Colonial Society of Massachusetts Transactions, 1937–42 (Boston, Mass., 1943), vol. XXXIV.

Clark, William Bell, George Washington’s Navy (Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1960).

Clark, William Bell, ed., Naval Documents of the American Revolution (Washington, D. C, 1964–69), vols. I–IV. See also Morgan, William James, for the continuation of the series.

“Ensign Williams’ Visit to Essex County in 1776,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1947), vol. LXXXIII, no. 2.

“Essex County Loyalists,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1907), vol. XLIII, no. 4.

Essex Gazette (Salem), 1768–1775.

Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1859—).

“Extracts from Interleaved Almanacs of Nathan Bowen, Marblehead, 1742–1799,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1955), vol. XCI, nos. 2, 3, 4.

Frese, Joseph R., “Henry Hulton and the Greenwich Hospital Tax,” The American Neptune (Salem, Mass., 1971), vol. XXXI, no. 3.

Gardner, Frank A., “Colonel John Glover’s Marblehead Regiment,” The Massachusetts Magazine (Salem, Mass., 1908), vol. 1, nos. 1 and 2.

Herbert, Charles, A Relic of the Revolution (Boston, Mass., 1847).

Hodgkinson, Harold D., “A Clergyman’s Comments on the Life of Young America,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1966), vol. CII, no. 1.

“Inscriptions from the Burial-Grounds of Marblehead, Mass.,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1874), vol. XII, nos. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Johnson, Allen, ed., Dictionary of American Biography (New York, 1957–1958), 11 vols.

Knight, Russell W., “Tom Bowen’s Church,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1963), vol. XCIX, no. 1.

Labaree, Benjamin W., Patriots and Partisans, The Merchants of Newburyport, 1764–1815 (Cambridge, Mass., 1962).

Lee, Thomas Amory, “The Lee Family of Marblehead,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1916 and 1917), vol. LII, nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and vol. LIII, nos. 1, 2, 3.

Lindsey, Benjamin J., Old Marblehead Sea Captains and the Ships in Which They Sailed (Marblehead, Mass., 1915).

Lisbon Entrances and Clearances of Vessels, 1771–1776. This is a bound volume of weekly printed reports in Portuguese, at the Peabody Museum of Salem.

Marblehead, Vital Records of, to the End of the Year 1849 (Salem, Mass., 1903–1908), 3 vols.

Massachusetts Gazette, The.

Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings (Boston, Mass., 1859–). Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War (Boston, Mass., 1896–1908), 17 vols.

Morgan, William James, Captains to the Northward (Barre, Mass., 1959).

Morgan, William James, ed., Naval Documents of the American Revolution (Washington, D. C., 1970), vol. V.

Padelford, Philip, ed., Colonial Panorama, 1775—Dr. Robert Honyman’s Journal from March and April (San Marino, California, 1939).

Pope, Charles Henry and Hooper, Thomas, Hooper Genealogy (Boston, Mass., 1908).

Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, Containing the Boston Town Records, 1742–1757 (Boston, Mass., 1885).

Roads, Samuel, Jr. The Marblehead Manual (Marblehead, Mass., 1883).

Roads, Samuel, Jr., The History and Traditions of Marblehead (Marblehead, Mass., 1897), 3rd edition.

Salem Gazette and Newbury and Marblehead Advertiser (1774).

Searle, Richard W., “History of Catta Iland off Marblehead,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1947), vol. LXXXIII, no. 4.

Sheppard, John H., The Life of Samuel Tucker, Commodore in the American Revolution (Boston, Mass., 1868).

Shipton, Clifford K., Sibley’s Harvard Graduates (Boston, 1937–1970), vols. 5–15.

Skelton, R. A., James Cook, Surveyor of Newfoundland (San Francisco, California, 1965).

“Sojourn of Francisco de Miranda in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, September 16th to December 20th, 1784, The,” Old-Time New England (Boston, Mass., 1935), vol. XXVI, nos. 1 and 2.

Smith, Philip Chadwick Foster, “In Troubled Waters: The Elusive Schooner Hannah” (with Russell W. Knight), The American Neptune (Salem, Mass., 1970), vol. XXX, no. 2.

Smith, Philip Chadwick Foster, Captain Samuel Tucker, Continental Navy (unpublished manuscript in preparation).

Steel, David, The Elements and Practice of Rigging and Seamanship (London, 1794), vol. I.

Tapley, Harriet S., “Richard Skinner, an Early Eighteenth Century Merchant of Marblehead,” Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, Mass., 1931 and 1932), vol. LXVII, no. 4, and vol. LXVIII, no. 1.

Tapley, Harriet S., ed., Early Coastwise and Foreign Shipping of Salem (Salem, Mass., 1934).

“Topographical and Historical Account of Marblehead, A,” Massachusetts Hirtorical Society Collections (Boston, Mass., 1802), vol. VIII, 1st Series.

“Unwritten Chapter in the History of the Siege of Boston, An,” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia, Pa., 1877), vol. i, no. 2.

A Volume of Records Relating to the Early History of Boston Containing Miscellaneous Papers (Boston, Mass., 1900).

“Voyages & Travels of Francis Goelet, The,” The New England Historical & Genealogical Register (Boston, Mass., 1870), vol. XXIV, no. i.