COLLECTION # 46
BULLIS, MOSCROP, SEABURY & FARDON PAPERS
Processed By Jean Houston
Edited By Barbara Carver Smith
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.
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.
A. Two empty envelopes to Miss Mannie B. Fardon.
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,  - 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, 61 - Camp near Poolsville - Sister from George - Talks of Army Life and his Religion.
H. August 8, 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, 70 - Brooklyn - Mannie from Milton Fardon - Homesick letter telling of his in Brooklyn, illness in city, dates he has had.
J. January 23, 71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of his vaccination, is happy she is getting Religion.
A. June 13, 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, 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, 71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Tells of homesickness.
D. December 3, 71 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Re: Just news of his life in Brooklyn.
E. May 11, 72 - Brooklyn - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Newsy letter.
F. July 29, 72 - Newburgh - Amanda Bullus from Aunt Ann Onso(?) - Requesting the return of letters sent to Oscar Bullus.
G. September 6, 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, 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
A. May 6, 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, 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, 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, 74 - New York - Sister Man from Brother Milt - Homesick - Requesting people at home to write to him.
H. November 17, 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, 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.