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                                        COLLECTION # 46

BULLIS, MOSCROP, SEABURY & FARDON PAPERS

 

    Processed By Jean Houston

    Edited By Barbara Carver Smith

    February 1995

 

FOLDER # 1

     A. Sept. 25, 1807, Letter. Bullus to wife, Charlotte.                                                                                      

     B.  January 10, 1817 - Calcutta - George Edward Moscrop to sister Amanda - Tells sister he will remain in Calcutta for some time and he is sending a package by Captain Baydey.

     C.  December 18, 1818 - St. Stephens - Edward to Amanda

          Tells of wife expecting.  Tells of a bad fire which destroyed three stores and five or six dwellings.

     D.  March 14, 1822 - Setalket - Father to Amanda - Tells of his love for her.

     E.  August 9, 1832 - Miozapon - Brother Edward to Amanda - Letter of Affection.

     F.  April 9, 1844 - Blackbuk - Henry Moscrop to Cousin, Mrs. Amanda Bullus - Paid a lawyer in London and forwarding balance of money to her - Appears to be some sort of settlement.  Talks about his family,wife, children, etc.

     G.  April 9, 1844 - London - Barclay, Brown and Trittor to Oscar Bullus, Esq., - Regarding residue of estate of Miss Ann Moscrop.  Waiting for instructions.

     H.  April 9, 1844 - Whitehaven - John Bell to Oscar Bullus, Esq., - regarding legacies and property to be sold.                  

     I.  May 23, 1844 - New York - Barclay to Oscar Bullus, Esq., - Business letter regarding continuing of attestation to the completion of this business

     J.  June 3, 1844 - London - Barclay, Bevan, Trittor(?)to Lt. Oscar Bullus - Sending a copy of April 9,1944 letter.

 

FOLDER #2

 

     A.  June 10, 1841 - Letter to Caroline from Grandpapa Chet Seabury - Tells her a story about a nest with birds in it.

     B.  January 8, [ca 1868] - Sister and Father to Brother - Hoping for his release from (?).

     C.  August 13, 188[] - Freight bill from Keyport Steamboat Company for freight (?).  Note on back to Mother.

     D.  N.D. Envelope to Mrs. Amanda Bullus.

FOLDER #3

     A.  Two empty envelopes to Miss Mannie B. Fardon.

FOLDER #4

     A.  May 26, 1846 - Amanda Bullus from ______ Doane(?) Letter telling of itinerary for a trip and possibility of a meeting.

     B.  June 22, 1846 - (From) Near Tarrytown - Amanda Bullus from Penny or Penning (?) - Tells of promising aid with Mr. Bullus and his appointment.

     C.  March 2, 1847 - London - Amanda Bullus from Barclay Bevan Tritton and Company - Re: Estate of Miss Mossop(?) and the settlement of same.

     D.  July 30, 1847 - Whitehaven - Barclay Bevan & Co. From W.H. Perry - Re: settling of estate of Miss Mossops - articles of clothing not being given to heir - signing of Release so money can be paid.

     E.  September 3, [1850] - Claremont - Mrs. Lewis Pickard from G. _______(?) - Tells of Alice being ill, asking for Helen to come help Alice and the baby.  Asked Eveline to come - no reply. Can’t get a nurse to come...

     F.  May 20, 1853 -London - Oscar Bullus from Barclay Bevan Tritton & Co., - Tells of this firm not handling a certain Miss Mossop’s matter.  Directs Bullus to place the matter in the hands of a Solicitor.

     G.  October 11, [18]61 - Camp near Poolsville - Sister from George - Talks of Army Life and his Religion.

     H.  August 8, [18]70 - Brooklyn - Miss A.B. Fardon(Sister) from Milton (Brother) - Writing from store - Newsy letter about working and coming home for the weekend.

     I.  December 13, [18]70 - Brooklyn - Mannie from Milton Fardon - Homesick letter telling of his in Brooklyn, illness in city, dates he has had.

     J.  January 23, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of his vaccination, is happy she is getting Religion.

FOLDER #5

     A.  June 13, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milton Fardon - Wanting to go home but boat did not run, wants someone to write to him.

     B.  July 21, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of coming home on Sunday and bringing a friend - wants everyone on their best behavior.

     C.  September 15, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of homesickness.

     D.  December 3, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Re: Just news of his life in Brooklyn.

     E.  May 11, [18]72 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Newsy letter.

     F.  July 29, [18]72 - Newburgh - Amanda Bullus from Aunt Ann Onso(?) - Requesting the return of letters sent to Oscar Bullus.

     G.  September 6, [18]72 - Brooklyn - Sister from Brother, Milton - Another letter of his life in Brooklyn.

     H.  September 16, 1872 - Brooklyn - Sister from Brother, Milton - Letter of complaining that nobody writes to him.

     I.  February 6, [18]73 - Brooklyn - Sister from Brother, Milton - Tells of working in store.  Of dressing gown that was made for him.  Visiting Uncles for dinner

     J.  July 21 [    ] - Harrison’s Landing - Lizzie Kenner from Paul Revere - Visiting her brother who was wounded and died the next morning.  Letter of condolescences

 

FOLDER #6

     A.  May 6, [18]71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Moved - Tells of bringing in home company - wants everyone to look and be their best.

     B.  August 5, 1873 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of a death of a little boy, will be home for Saturday with Robbie.

     C.  September 22, [   ] - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Letter about his work life and friends - Fixing up his room.

     D.  April 13, [18]74 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Homesick - very broke.

     E.  July 1, 1874 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Going on a picnic, happenings in his work life.

     F.  September 22, [18]74 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Going to give his job one more year if not improved, will give it up and possibly try farming.

     G. October 12, [18]74 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Homesick - Requesting people at home to write to him.

     H.  November 17, [18]74 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Moved to another house - Takes 70 minutes to get to work.  Talks about his friends. Asks how his parents are doing

     I.  December 5, 1874 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of plans to come home for Christmas.  How cold he is.

     J.  June 8, 1875 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of bringing Mrs. Booth and Flora down for a visit.  Talks about fabrics for Mannie.

     K.  December 10, [18]75 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells sister she didn’t have to pay him back - to forget about the rest of the loan.  Will be home for New Year.  Bad living conditions where he is staying.

     L.  August 6, 1879 - New York - Mother Delia from Milton - Bringing home company - Very hot in city.

     M.  March 3, 1883 - New York - Mother Delia from Milton - Sick horse at home.  Busy in store.  Has baby birds.

     N.  March 3, 1883 - New York - Sister Kate from Milton; Could not come home because he has a family (birds(?)) to look after.

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