Search Results Header

Search Constraints

Showing results for: Recipient Jay, Peter Remove constraint Recipient: Jay, Peter

Search Results

[Document, 1724 March 04]

1. [Document, 1724 March 04]

  • Name: Barberie, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee) Minvielle (Author)
  • Date: March 04, 1724
  • Summary: Received Peter Jay's letter and have forwarded it to Captain Stear. Wishes Jay a safe return to New York.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1725 June 05]

2. [Document, 1725 June 05]

  • Name: Vallete, Peter (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: June 05, 1725
  • Summary: Greetings to his dear brother. Hopes Peter Jay has left Albany. No news to report from New York City. The family is in good health. A man from southern Long Island came in and reported seeing a ship manned by young men and battered by the winds, which...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1728 October 22]

3. [Document, 1728 October 22]

  • Name: Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 22, 1728
  • Summary: Audited by David Minvielle on 18 November 1728.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1728 October 26]

4. [Document, 1728 October 26]

  • Name: Watts, Robert (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 26, 1728
  • Summary: Note includes price list of 6 September 1728, and alterations to it.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1733 March 06]

5. [Document, 1733 March 06]

  • Name: Rowan, Jerom (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 06, 1733
  • Summary: From Dublin. Discusses Captain Jeffry and James Harding, whom he believes has received poor treatment from his friends in Philadelphia. Thanks Jay for recommending him to the owner of the Dolphin. Wishes to further their acquaintance for mutual benefi...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1734 January 22]

6. [Document, 1734 January 22]

  • Name: Jones, John, Captain (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: January 22, 1734
  • Summary: Account of passage from New York to Ireland and England on Captain Jeffry's ship. Tobacco bought. Weather terrible -- ships sunk and trees blown down.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1736 August 23]

7. [Document, 1736 August 23]

  • Name: Bayard, Balthazar (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 23, 1736
  • Summary: Sent a present of fish, jam and oil, to be split by Peter Jay and Mr. Noble. Also sent a barrel of mackerel to his mother, who will send a dozen of the best to Peter. Asks for his tuberoses and seed. Sends cousinly love from his family to Jay's.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1737 August 10]

8. [Document, 1737 August 10]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 10, 1737
  • Summary: Left Mrs. Peloquin and that family well; saw Captain Hill in Bristol, ready to sail for Boston in a sloop. Mr. Hoblense very pleased with Peter Jay. Bad trading in Boston; not a berth to be found. His son to do the Africa trade with a ship to be launc...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1737 July 25]

9. [Document, 1737 July 25]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: July 25, 1737
  • Summary: Came from Bristol on June 1st with his son in Peter Jay's vessel the Snow Seneca; will stay in Boston while his son is finding provisions in Philadelphia. Wishes to be of service in any way to Jay's family.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1737 June 08]

10. [Document, 1737 June 08]

  • Name: Harding, James (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: June 08, 1737
  • Summary: Includes copy of letter of 9 March 1737.
  • Number of Images: 3
[Document, 1737 March 09]

11. [Document, 1737 March 09]

  • Name: Harding, James (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 09, 1737
  • Summary: Encloses bales of goods -- bed ticker, broad clothes and other items -- to be sold to Harding's advantage. Copy of this letter enclosed in document 6593.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1737 May 06]

12. [Document, 1737 May 06]

  • Name: Bayard, Balthazar (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: May 06, 1737
  • Summary: Received the tuberoses and seeds, thanks for sending them. Bayard's brother James just arrived from Lisbon and is about to go to Holland.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 April 04]

13. [Document, 1738 April 04]

  • Name: Jacob, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: April 04, 1738
  • Summary: Sends instructions by his kinsman Kitt Twynihoe of the Minorca Snow. Concerns business transactions between himself and Peter Jay.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 January 31]

14. [Document, 1738 January 31]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: January 31, 1738
  • Summary: Acknowledges Peter Jay's letter of 22 January. Is willing to take in Augustus. Will not instruct him himself in reading and writing, but will send him to a good schoolmaster. As soon as he can read well, will tutor him in Latin. Augustus can in time b...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 March 01]

15. [Document, 1738 March 01]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 01, 1738
  • Summary: Has had pleasure boat built for Peter Jay according to his specifications, by the best boat builder in Boston. Is sending cost and dimensions; more dear than would have liked. The boat is now under the care of Robert Griffin. If possible, should send ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 March 23]

16. [Document, 1738 March 23]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 23, 1738
  • Summary: Hopes boat has been delivered to Jay. Wants to be of service to Jay and his friends. Son coming to New York; wishes he will not go to Guiana.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 November 03]

17. [Document, 1738 November 03]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 03, 1738
  • Summary: Received the biscuit. Observed the mistake in the lining, and will fix it. Will build the best yawl (boat) he can. Sends greetings to Peter Jay's wife and the members of the French Club.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1738 November 09]

18. [Document, 1738 November 09]

  • Name: Bayard, Balthazar (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 09, 1738
  • Summary: Would be glad to carry on a small trade from Boston to New York, if he can be of service to Peter Jay. Bayard's brother James was to arrive from St. Christopher, but has not arrived. Has heard of a hurricane and fears bad news, either for his brother ...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1739 April 23]

19. [Document, 1739 April 23]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: April 23, 1739
  • Summary: Glad Jay likes the boat and wants to hear how it will sail. Please send cash to Boston. Mentions high price of flour and wheat. When in season, wishes to have a dozen watermelons from New York, as they are superior to Boston's.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1739 December 06]

20. [Document, 1739 December 06]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: December 06, 1739
  • Summary: Apologizes for delay in writing. Is sorry for Peter Jay's "dark apprehensions about P.Q." If he should need a lawyer, Mr. Fitch of Norwalk is the best. Augustus suffers from a burn on his face, but apparently it is not serious and is expected to heal ...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1739 December 14]

21. [Document, 1739 December 14]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: December 14, 1739
  • Summary: Augustus's face is healing well and is not likely to be much scarred. Mr. Rutgers' son Antony, who was also burned by the gunpowder explosion, is healing, and can see well, although his eyes are still weak.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1739 December 29]

22. [Document, 1739 December 29]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: December 29, 1739
  • Summary: Augustus is improving in both reading and writing "if not so fast as we could wish, perhaps as fast as can be expected from his bird-witted humour. "Recommends his son-in-law, Benny Nicoll, who wishes to continue his legal studies in New York, to Pete...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1739 July 12]

23. [Document, 1739 July 12]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: July 12, 1739
  • Summary: Received thirteen French pistols from Captain Bosch; sold them at the highest price possible. Has heard from his son John in Barbados, on his way to South Carolina. Hopes his and Jay's accounts agree.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1739 July 27]

24. [Document, 1739 July 27]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: July 27, 1739
  • Summary: Repeats his condolences on the blindness of Peter Jay's children. Reports that Augustus has been told that it is likely his brother and sister would never see again. Samuel Johnson hopes that the extra help Augustus is getting in reading from a woman ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1739 June 19]

25. [Document, 1739 June 19]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: June 19, 1739
  • Summary: Letter to console Peter Jay on the blindness of his children Ann and Peter. Reports that Augustus is doing well.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1740 August 21]

26. [Document, 1740 August 21]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 21, 1740
  • Summary: Introduces Mr. Ellery of Hartford, the son-in-law of Mr. Austin of Hartford, and recommends him as a diligent young gentlemen and a customer who pays his debts "as promptly as he bargains." "Mr. Gustey" continues as before. Sends condolences on the de...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1740 May 27]

27. [Document, 1740 May 27]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: May 27, 1740
  • Summary: Messrs. Sheerwood and Winmar, who are the bearers of this letter, have caught the robber who stole plate from the Jewish Synagogue in New York. Jay, being an Alderman of New York, is the most likely person Johnson knows who can negotiate the return of...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1741 April 13]

28. [Document, 1741 April 13]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: April 13, 1741
  • Summary: Is sorry he cannot give as advantageous an account of Augustus's progress as he had hoped. Augustus is somewhat better, however, for he and Mrs. Johnson have taken more pains to teach him than one of their own children. Peter Jay must decide whether o...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1741 May 12]

29. [Document, 1741 May 12]

  • Name: Van Cortlandt, James (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: May 12, 1741
  • Summary: Binds James Van Cortlandt as apprentice to Peter Jay for seven years to learn "the Art and Mystery of a Merchant." Witnessed by John Pintard and Joseph Robinson.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1741 September 17]

30. [Document, 1741 September 17]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: September 17, 1741
  • Summary: Is glad to hear that Peter Jay has found Augustus improved in his learning. Is returning the Roman Antiquities and Ovid, but wishes to keep the Greek Antiquities and Terence a little longer. Acknowledges that Peter Jay has paid him in full. Is sorry t...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1742 August 20]

31. [Document, 1742 August 20]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 20, 1742
  • Summary: Dined with the Messrs. Peloquin three days before he left Bristol, and found all well.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1742 October 01]

32. [Document, 1742 October 01]

  • Name: Jones, John (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 01, 1742
  • Summary: Is sorry to hear about the blindness of Jay's two children. Hopes to pay a visit to New York next summer. Sale of goods is at a standstill in Boston. People seem to be concentrating on building ships. Wonders if Jay has heard any rumors of a war with ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1743 November 09]

33. [Document, 1743 November 09]

  • Name: Hoffman, Martin (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 09, 1743
  • Summary: Concerns a copper mine on the lands of Mr. Philips.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1750 March 20]

34. [Document, 1750 March 20]

  • Name: Battaille, James (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 20, 1750
  • Summary: Settlement of trade balances with Battaille's father, who is factor for Peter Jay at Bristol.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 December 1]

35. [Document, 1762 December 1]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: December 1, 1762
  • Summary: Doubts that "Mr. W." will agree amicably. High opinion of Punderson and his qualifications for his pastorate. Hopes that Sanderson will not succeed.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 November 05]

36. [Document, 1762 November 05]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 05, 1762
  • Summary: Johnson has written Mr. Wetmore as Peter Jay desired about "the Globe house" and encloses it unsealed; if Peter Jay approves, he should "seal and send it," which Johnson hopes "may have a good Effect." A post script states that James Jay "does bravely...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 November 28]

37. [Document, 1762 November 28]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 28, 1762
  • Summary: Acknowledges Peter Jay's letter of 19 Nov. and is glad that Peter Jay has taken "prudent Steps on the threatening affair," on the Globe house, which he hopes can be amicably settled. No "apology" is needed to the Society for Rev. Punderson's visiting ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 October 07]

38. [Document, 1762 October 07]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 07, 1762
  • Summary: Peter Jay's letter of 28 Sept. gave Johnson glad tidings of great joy because their parish was united in Mr. Punderson, who is said to be a good preacher. He and Dr. Barclay will "endeavour to set things in their proper Light with the Society."
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 October 19]

39. [Document, 1762 October 19]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 19, 1762
  • Summary: Dr. Barclay and Mr. Auchmuty think it would be "less exceptionable with the Society [for the Propagation of the Gospel]" if their vestry "should only present Mr. Punderson to the Governor for Induction," that the Governor "defer the Induction till the...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 October 27]

40. [Document, 1762 October 27]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: October 27, 1762
  • Summary: The induction of Mr. Punderson must be put off till the spring because the smallpox epidemic prevents Punderson's "safely" attending the induction.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1762 September 24]

41. [Document, 1762 September 24]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: September 24, 1762
  • Summary: The Archbishop of Cantebury has expressed wonderment that the Church at Rye had never applied to the Society [For the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in London] for another minister since the death of Mr. Wetmore. Johnson wants Peter Jay's ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1763 August 04]

42. [Document, 1763 August 04]

  • Name: Johnson, Samuel (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 04, 1763
  • Summary: Johnson was greatly surprised at Peter Jay's letter regarding Mr. Palmer. He has spoken with Palmer and now hopes that he "shall hear no more of any difficulties" at the Rye parish.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1772 May 27]

43. [Document, 1772 May 27]

  • Name: Peloquin, David (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee) Peloquin, Francoise (Author) Peloquin, John (Author) Peloquin, Maryann (Author)
  • Date: May 27, 1772
  • Summary: 182 letters to Peter Jay from his aunt, Francoise Peloquin and cousins, David, John and Maryann, in Bristol, England. Largely dealing with the Peloquin-Jay business connections and family matters. Calendar of individual items on file in Jay Papers Pro...
  • Number of Images: 421
[Document, 1775 March 01]

44. [Document, 1775 March 01]

  • Name: Chambers, Anne (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 01, 1775
  • Summary: Entitled List No. 1. Contains those bonds from the Estate which were drawn by Peter Jay as his proportionate share.
  • Number of Images: 4
[Document, 1779 December 12...

45. [Document, 1779 December 12-1781 March 14]

[Document, 1780 July 14]

46. [Document, 1780 July 14]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: July 14, 1780
  • Summary: Tells of birth of daughter on July 9th, Nancy will be godmother when they can find Protestant chaplain to baptize the child.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1780 May 23]

47. [Document, 1780 May 23]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: May 23, 1780
  • Summary: An account of his travel from Cadiz to Madrid. The Spanish mules, poor accommodations at Spanish hotels. Meeting with Count O'Reilly. News received Dutch have been grumbling. Bought a Negro boy of 15 while at Martinique.
  • Number of Images: 8
[Document, 1780 November 20]

48. [Document, 1780 November 20]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 20, 1780
  • Summary: Has sent them clothes from Bordeaux and salt from Cadiz, hopes they arrived safely. Peter Jay Munro is growing strong and healthy; all the family is well. Why doesn't anyone write?
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1781 April 24]

49. [Document, 1781 April 24]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: April 24, 1781
  • Summary: Sends print of his portrait by Du Simitiere. Encloses a letter of Peter Jay Munro in French- uncorrected so that Peter Jay can observe his grandson's progress. Spring has been very favorable, and the abundant harvest is already depressing prices on th...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 August 1]

50. [Document, 1781 August 1]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: August 1, 1781
  • Summary: Autograph Draft. Has learned of raid on his father's home in April. "It is said they behaved with uncommon Respect to you, & Humanely towards Peter & Nancy." Knows what a blow it must have been to his father and siblings. "I thank God however that you...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1781 January 29]

51. [Document, 1781 January 29]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: January 29, 1781
  • Summary: Has sent several letters and a parcel of salt but don't depend on receiving them. Anxious to hear from him. If he is any trouble, Jay will do all he can to help. Has not received a single letter from the family since leaving Philadelphia.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 March 14]

52. [Document, 1781 March 14]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: March 14, 1781
  • Summary: Has learned that goods he shipped to the family were taken off the Delaware capes, requests that Frederick Jay draw a bill of exchange upon him for 50 pounds sterling. Hopes that the family's need will not be this great, but is happy to share this wit...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 May 29]

53. [Document, 1781 May 29]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: May 29, 1781
  • Summary: Why doesn't anyone reply to his letters? 22 vessels of fleet from St. Eustatia, laden with spoils, are reported to have been taken by Monsieur LaMotte.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 November 16]

54. [Document, 1781 November 16]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: November 16, 1781
  • Summary: Sorry for his father's distresses at such a time of life-wishes he could do more to help relieve them. Jay has heard that salt from Cadiz has arrived safely at Philadelphia. Will continue to send other articles from time to time. Please write.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 September 20]

55. [Document, 1781 September 20]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: September 20, 1781
  • Summary: Draft. In nearly two years absence has received only two letters from brother Frederick and none from Sir James. Sally's family wrote them of the Jays being robbed at Fishkill and keep them otherwise well informed of the Jay family. Wonders if family ...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1782 April 29]

56. [Document, 1782 April 29]

[Document, 1782 April 29]

57. [Document, 1782 April 29]

[Document, 1782 April n.d.]

58. [Document, 1782 April n.d.]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: 1782 April n.d.
  • Summary: Sends picture of Peter Jay Munro, but has not had it framed, since it may fall into enemy hands. All are well, hopes his letters have been received directing that his son [Peter Augustus] remain with Peter Jay.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1782 February 21]

59. [Document, 1782 February 21]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Jay, Peter (Addressee)
  • Date: February 21, 1782
  • Summary: Has heard detailed news of family from [Egbert] Benson, and is glad that they are near such a good friend. Is glad that Peter [Augustus] Jay gives his grandfather such pleasure--has given instructions that he should remain with Peter Jay. Sarah Jay ga...
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1783 March 18]

60. [Document, 1783 March 18]

  • Name: Jay, Frederick (Author,Addressee) Jay, Ann (Addressee) Jay, Peter (Author,Addressee) Jay, James, Sir, 1732-1815 (Addressee) Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Addressee)
  • Date: March 18, 1783
  • Summary: Inventory ahd Distribution of Plate and Linen in Peter Jay's Estate. Inventory prepared and signed by Frederick Jay as executor. The goods distributed among James, Peter, John, Frederick, and Ann Jay
  • Number of Images: 4
[Document, 1794 June 22]

61. [Document, 1794 June 22]

[Document, 1796 December 16]

62. [Document, 1796 December 16]

[Document, 1798 March 17]

63. [Document, 1798 March 17]

[Document, 1798 November 15]

64. [Document, 1798 November 15]

[Document, 1799 December 10]

65. [Document, 1799 December 10]

[Document, 1810 April 15]

66. [Document, 1810 April 15]

[Document, ante 1765 and 17...

67. [Document, ante 1765 and 1780 January 1 - 1781 March 14]