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Box Person Named and Contents Date
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Palgrave, Francis Turner, 1824-1897 (Critic and Poet)

Memorial inscription: to the memory of Joseph Severn, 1793-1879, London
1 item (1 p.) ; 12 x 18 cm
AMsS. Inscription begins "To the memory of Joseph Severn, the Friend of John Keats."
n.d.
20

Parrish, Joseph, 1818-1891 (Physician)

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to "Dear Ed"
1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ; 21 x 26 cm folded to 21 x 13 cm
ALS. Writes to his friend of recent events, such as joining a gymnasium ("The number of machines and contrivances to expand the chest, strengthen the muscles, etc., is wonderful"), a parade by the Republican clubs ("They paraded up to the Wigwam and there presented the Wide Awakes of the 1st and 18th wards with two splendid flags"), and a lecture by John Bartholomew Gough.
1860 Oct 23
20

Pater, Walter, 1839-1894 (Novelist)

Letter: London, to Mrs. [Heinrich] Hertz, London; Oxford, to Henry J. Nicoll
2 items (7 p. on 2 double sheets) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. In letter to Hertz, he regrets having to decline her dinner invitation. In his letter to Nicoll, Pater supplies biographical data and a publication list for Nicoll's Landmarks of English Literature.
1881 Nov 28
20

Paterson, A. D.

Letter: to William Wilson, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet)
ALS. "The continued easterly winds have at length brought a storm of rain, and my womenkind having taken fright at the present appearance of the weather have thought it better to defer the pleasure of a visit until next week. Should next Saturday prove fine we shall endeavour to avail ourselves of your kindness . . ."
1835 Apr 13
20

Pattison, Robert Emory, 1850-1904 (Governor of Pennsylvania, 1883-7, 1891-95)

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to E. W. Morton, Alliance, Ohio
1 item (1 p.)
TLS. "I received your kind inviation to deliver an address to the graduating class of Mount Union College. I assure you it would be a pleasure for me to come and visit your institution, and have a part in the exercises of your Commencement Day, but my business engagements are such as to make it impossible for me to leave."
1897 May 12
20

Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896 (Poet and Critic)

Letter: Lymington, to Wilfrid Meynell, 1852-1948, London
1 item (2 p. on double sheet) ; 21 x 25 cm folded to 21 x 13 cm
ALS. Writes in praise of Alice Meynell's prose. "What Jeffrey said, in the Edinburgh Review, about Keats' poetry is exactly true of your wife's prose . . . I am glad to see . . . the few competent judges are gradually coming to confirm all that I have ever said in her praise. If I were you, I should go mad with pride and joy."
1896 Mar 27
20

Paton, Joseph Noël, Sir, 1821-1901 (Painter)

Letter: Windsor, to Horace Harral, Edinburgh
1 item (2 p. on 1 leaf) ; 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Paton regrets that he cannot take on the task of the "proposed illustration of Parallels from Nature" because of prior commitments and a recent illness. Together with a quotation from Thomas Carlyle, written out and signed by Noël Paton, dated August 1895.
1864 Feb 19
20

Paul, James William, 1816-1897

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to Joseph Fisher Leaming, Princeton, N.J.
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 40 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. Writing to his friend, a student at Princeton University, Paul describes his own college experience at the University of Pennsylvania: "The college is going down very fast . . . The sophomore class is becoming very mischievous, besides damaging the college building, they have even the boldness to fire off a large rocket in Dr. Adrain's room."
1833 Jul 6
20

Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866 (Author)

Letter: to an unidentified magazine editor
1 item (1 p.) ; 23 x 19 cm
ALS. "I have not received Leigh Hunt's book: but I do not think I could do anything with it in time for your next No., and it would be perhaps better to give it to someone who knows more about Lord Byron than I do."
1828 Jan 25
20

Pearson, William, Capt. (Recipient)

Letter: Charlestown, Mass., to Captain William Pearson, Bordentown, N.J.
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 39 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. Long letter in which a widow, S., professes her love for him and attempts to rectify a misunderstanding that occurred as a result of her last letter. She discusses their prospects of marriage, which hinge upon her ability to find a means of providing for her three sons.
1844 Aug 4
20

Pease, John, 1797-1868

Letter: Darlington, to Samuel Bettle Jr., 1809-1880
1 item (4 p.)
ALS. Pease writes to Bettle, relaying news of family and friends. He tells Bettle that he is "pleased to hear of your satisfactory return from Ireland."
1862 Nov 5
20

Peck, John

Autograph
1 item (1 p.)
ADS.
n.d.
20

Peel, Robert, Sir, 1788-1850 (British Prime Minister)

Letter: Whitehall, to Rev. Samuel Charles Wilks, 1789-1872
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 24 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Thanks Wilks for sending him a pamphlet.
1829 Mar 27
20

Peirce, J. C.

Letter: St. John's, to John D. Ward
1 item (1 p.)
ALS. Announces shipment of his order, recommends to Ward that he make arrangements at the "Custom House for the Dates without delay otherwise the sloop will be detained at that place."
1833 Aug 13
20

Pemberton, Christopher

Letter: Cambridge, to Mr. White & Miller, Goudhurst
1 item (1 p. on double sheet)
ALS. Brief letter notes that he is forwarding them a copy of the letter from Dr. Chapy which he has also received.
1822 Mar 1
20

Pendleton, Edward

Autograph
1 item (1 p.)

1783 Sep 2
20

Penn, William, Sir, 1621-1670 (British Admiral)

Fragment of a legal document
Descript 1 item (1 p.) ; 14 x 20 cm
ALS. Signed by William Penn (father of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania), Sir John Mennes, and William Brouncker.
1667 Apr 30
20

Perkins, Henry

Invoice: London, to Henry Poster, Boston, Mass.
1 item (1 p.)
ADS. "Invoice of contents of 1 Box marked HF shipped to New Galen on acct. of W.H. J. Poster, Boston."

1809 Sept 8
20

Peterton, Esq.

Letter: to James Crowdy, Highworth, Wilts
1 item (3 p. on double leaf)
2 ALS. A brief letter describing business matters. On the reverse is a letter in another hand regarding a local periodical.

1810 Jul 12
20

Pheene, Sarah (recipient)

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to Sarah Pheene, Bristol, Pa.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet)
ALS. Responds to an earlier letter.
1815 Jun 14
20

Philadelphia (Pa.) Police Dept

Report: Philadelphia, Pa.
1 item (1 p.) ; 23 x 15 cm
AMs. Detective's report of suspicious activities at 2312 Thouron Street.
[187-]
20

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

Summons: [Philadelphia, Pa.], to Isaac Howell, 1722-1797
1 item (1 p.) ; 9 x 21 cm
Printed document. Howell is asked to "meet the Committee, appointed for this City . . . and to bring with you a List of forty Persons, you chuse [sic] to have proposed to the General Meeting . . . to serve as a Committee for this City and County."
1774 Jun 13
20

Phillip, John, 1817-1867 (Painter)

Letter: London, to unknown correspondent
1 item (2 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Requests that he be allowed to exhibit at the British Institution "'Spanish Girl at a Font', which you purchased from Mr. Lloyd."
1853 Jan 4
20

Phillip, Levi

Letter: Albany, N.Y., to Edwin Denison Morgan, 1811-1883, New York, N.Y.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 39 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. To the New York merchant and future senator, Phillip writes of the recent election: "All OK for Tip & Ty & no less so for Seward & Bradish . . . To the City of N.Y. we look with great interest fearing 3000 maj[ority] against us but thanks to the gallant Whigs of your city you have nobly triumphed by giving them a few & only a few crumbs."
1840 Nov 7
20

Phillips, D. D.

Letter: Baltimore, Md., to Hon. Salmon Portland Chase, 1808-1873
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 21 x 25 cm folded to 21 x 13 cm
ALS. Recommends Capt. R.G. Stembel for promotion as he is a "man who nobly did his duty at Ft. Henry . . . and has been ever a gallant and efficient officer."
1864 Feb 17
20

Phinney, James H.

Letter: Scranton, Pa., to William Henry, Esq.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 21 x 28 cm folded to 21 x 14 cm
ALS. Playfully asks that his friend get well soon so he may meet "the prettiest girl in Wilkes-Barre" next week.
1857 Feb 20
20

Physick, Philip Syng, 1768-1837 (Father of American Surgery)

Letters: Philadelphia, Pa., to Henry W. Physick, Rising Sun, Md., and Wilmington, Del.
2 items (5 p. on 2 double sheets) ; 25 x 41 cm folded to 25 x 21 cm
2 ALsS. In the first letter to his brother, Physick recounts a recent bout of ill health. He claims his condition was so poor that there were "reports in this city that I was dead and many firmly believed the report - so much so that people were assembling to see my funeral." He also discusses the impending sale of a house, Lowther Manor, and upcoming travel plans. In the second letter, Physick confidentially discusses his objections to his daughter Sarah's recent engagement to Dr. Jacob Randolph. "It has occasioned me much trouble & I continue in a state of distressing anxiety as to the manner in which this silly affair may terminate - I am determined that if she takes the husband she renounces her father and vice versa . . . Please not to mention this subject -"
1810 Jun 29 - 1821 Oct 25
20

Pleasants, R.

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to Ryland Randolph
1 item (2 p. )
ALS. The writer, who is trying to borrow money for the Pennsylvania Hospital, gives the recipient an account of a Monthly Meeting that took place the day before. Believes it unlikely that the Monthly Meeting will lend them the money they need, and discusses alternative ways to get funds for the hospital.
1774 Nov 11
20

Plummer, Franklin E., d. 1847 (Congressman from Mississippi, 1831-1835)

Letter: Washington, D.C., to Secretary of the Navy
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 26 x 41 cm folded to 26 x 21 cm
ALS. Letter recommending Dr. Walter Wade for the position of assistant surgeon in the Navy.
1833 Jan 6
20

Poems by women, Philadelphia, Pa.

6 items (together 21 p.) ; varying sizes
6 AMs. Poems written by anonymous women in Philadelphia. Titles include "Written in an assembly room," "Ode to sickness," "The American forest," and "The female triumph."
[mid-nineteenth century]
20

Polidori, Gaetano, 1764-1853 (Italian Translator of Milton and grandfather of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Michael Rossetti and Christina Georgina Rossetti.)

Inscription: to Leigh Hunt, 1784-1859
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 19 x 23 cm folded to 19 x 12 cm
AMS. Inscription begins "To Leigh Hunt Esqre, Insigne Poeta e litterato Inglese, non meno che delle Muse italiane."
n.d.
20

Pomeroy, A. H.

Letter: Hartford, Conn., to E. D. Morgan, Esq., New York, N.Y.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet)
ALS. Regrets that he does not have enough supplies to fill an order.
1838 Aug 20
20

Pomeroy, A. H.

Letter: to J. H. Cushman, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 item (3 p. on double sheet)
ALS. Badly damaged letter ending playfully with the statement, "Remember, no more letters till you write me."

n.d.
20

Pond, Jared

Letter: Basin Harbor, Vt., to John D. Ward, Vergennes, Vt.
1 item (1 p.)
ALS. "Mr. Ward I have seen my Brother-in-law (the blacksmith I spoke to you about) and there is no prospect of your dining [with] him."
1833 Oct 15
20

Poole and Hunt, Founders and Machinists

Letter: Baltimore, Md., to Moro Phillips, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.
1 item (1 p.)
ALS. Letter acknowledges an order mailed the day before, and promises, "We will send you the Bevel pinion marked No. 88 on enclosed sheet which we send you to order by in future."
1876 Sep 23
20

Poole and Hunt, Founders and Machinists

Letter: Baltimore, Md., to Moro Phillips, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.
1 item (1 p.)
ALS. Letter is very brief, stating, "Dear Sir, Please return us the sheet giving details of Mixer. There is a mistake in the numbers. We will correct and return it to you."
1876 Sep 26
20

Poole, Paul Falconer, 1807-1879 (Painter)

Letters: London and North Wales, to Robert Hindmarsh Grundy, 1816-1865
3 items (9 p. on 3 double sheets) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
3 ALsS. In the first 2 letters, Poole informs Grundy that he has tried in vain to "get the little picture . . . back again, but you may be more successful." Poole also asks Grundy to ready a frame for the picture on which he is currently working: "do not let the frame be overloaded but narrow, light, and elegant with no burnish." In the third letter, Poole thanks Grundy for a recent payment and also mentions that he is not sure when he will be able to start work on "the little circular picture you mention, but will consult you further on the subject."
1849 July 2 - Aug 31
20

Poole, Paul Falconer, 1807-1879 (Painter)

Letter: London, to unknown correspondents
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Discusses a drawing he has just completed, "which is termed I believe a 'repeat' of the drawing you lately had of me." Poole explains that this is "a much superior work" and that he will hold it for his correspondent if so desired.
1860 Oct 16
20

Porter, Anna Maria, 1780-1832 (Author)

Letter: to "Miss Cockle," Newcastle upon Tyne
1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ; 23 x 38 cm. folded to 23 x 19 cm
ALS. Mentions her illness and her brother Robert's trip to Russia. Mentions finishing her book Village, though her printer presses her to wait "untill Sir Walter Scott's Kenilworth steps into the world." Refers to her correspondent's verses very positively.
1821 Jan 12
20

Porter, David Dixon, 1813-1891 (U. S. Civil War Admiral)

Letter: Chester, Pa., to Thomas Bruse, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 40 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. Asks that his paycheck and accounts be transferred to the frigate United States in New York, "as I have received orders to that ship."
1832 May 7
20

Porter, Jane, 1776-1850 (Novelist)

Letter: Essex, to Wilmington Fleming, London
1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ; 23 x 37 cm folded to 23 x 19 cm
ALS. In the third person, Porter chronicles her attempts to find employment for Mr. Fleming.
1827 Feb 20
20

Powel, John Hare, 1786-1856 (Legislator)

Power of attorney: London
1 item (2 p. on 1 leaf) ; 26 x 20 cm
DS. Powel authorizes a second John Hare Powel to act in his name to transfer funds from his Philadelphia bank. Signed and witnessed by James Comerford and William Radford.
1831 May 28
20

Powell, David

Assignment of bond: Philadelphia, Pa., to Susannah Jones
1 item (1 p.) ; 42 x 32 cm
ADS.
1710 Apr 8
20

Powell, Thomas, 1809-1887

Letter: to Leigh Hunt, 1784-1859
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 12 x 19 cm folded to 12 x 10 cm
ALS. "On the bended knees of a disappointed heart I beg you, and entreat you and command you to dine with me on Monday to meet Dr. Smith."
n.d.
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart., 1836-1919 (Artist)

Letters: London, to "My dear Boughton," [George Henry Boughton], 1896-1903
4 items (10 p. on double sheets) ; 20 x 25 cm and smaller
4 ALsS. In the first letter, Poynter thanks Boughton for congratulating him on his election as President of the Royal Academy. The remaining letters discuss plans for exhibitions, including one forthcoming in Brussels.
1896 Nov 12 - 1903 Mar 18
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letters: London, to George Dalziel, 1815-1902, and Edward Dalziel, 1817-1905
2 items (7 p. on 2 double sheets) ; 19 x 24 cm folded to 19 x 12 cm
2 ALsS. Writing to the Dalziel brothers, for whom he has executed many engravings, Poynter outlines alterations he has made on a proof of an engraving. Also asks if he may do engravings on a number of subjects from the Psalms.
1865 Nov 16 - 1871 Nov 28
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Card: London, to "My dear De Morgan," [William Frend De Morgan], 1839-1917
1 item (1 p.) ; 9 x 12 cm
ACS. "There will be no harm in Mr. Stirling sending in his application and testimonials. They will no doubt be considered by the Council, but . . . preference will be given to a candidate fulfilling the conditions as to age."
1913 Nov 4
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Sir John Evans, 1823-1908
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Sends Evans some of his bookplates.
1893 Apr 26
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Alfred S. Hay, Esq.
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Thanks Hay for loaning Tom Lloyd's "First Breath of Autumn" for a forthcoming exhibition. Discusses the raising of funds, packing, and insurance arrangements for the exhibition.
1897 Feb 26
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Mr. Headlam
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Returns corrected proofs, noting that he has not altered any of his evidence, only omitted "superfluous words and repetitions."
1907 Jan 6
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter London, to Mr. Jackson
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Writes to arrange a meeting.
1897 Jan 11
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Messrs. Kean and Co.
1 item (2 p. on 1 leaf) ; 19 x 13 cm
ALS. Has no objection to meeting with anyone they send to verify "any account that you may have prepared of my life and work, but I distinctly decline anything in the nature of an 'interview' in which my words and surroundings are to be reported for the amusement of the public."
1896 Nov 16
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Mrs. Lewis
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 21 x 26 cm folded to 21 x 13 cm
ALS. Thanks her for the offer to present Phillip's pallette to the Tate Gallery: "I will put it before the Trustees at their meeting on this day week." Addressing another matter, Poynter suggests that the Trustees may not consider a photograph portrait of Mr. Lewis by [Lewis] Wingfield suitable for display. He suggests approaching the Council of the Royal Academy about it instead: "I should think that your kind husband's wish would be welcomed."
1902 Jan 28
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to A. W. Mackinoch
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Regrets that he is too busy to accept the invitation of the Scottish Academy and the London Council of the Association for the Advancement of Art to preside over the Section of Painting in the Congress to be held at Edinburgh in the autumn.
1889 Apr 5
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: Tintagel, to Mrs. Oppenheim
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Regrets that, although he has pressed for honors for her father, W. P. Frith, he was told by the First Lord's Secretary that it was "quite useless," for "they were beset with requests" and "the list is closed." "I wish . . . I might have applied in time. I am sure that your father's career in every respect gives him a full claim on the government for such a distinction."
1897 Jun 9
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to Miss Rowe
1 item (2 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Writes to suggest Walter Crane as a replacement for his "old friend [Thomas] Armstrong" on a committee.
1911 May 24
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to "My dear Tong"
1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Discusses sending a drawing of his in the same case as works by Armstrong that are being sent to London from Grundy's. He hopes that Thomas Armstrong's picture gets sold, for "in spite of what you say, I think it has some most charming qualities of painting and colour." Also discusses news of other artists' works in progress.
1866 Oct 25
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Letter: London, to unknown correspondent
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 18 x 23 cm folded to 18 x 12 cm
ALS. Discusses making arrangements to have a photograph of his "Catapult" taken, at the behest of Mr. Murray.
1868 Aug 8
20

Poynter, Edward John, Sir, bart.

Card: to G. R. B. Loch, Esq., London
1 item
ACS. Card regrets that he is unable "to attend the Lecture by Monsieur Jules Gautier, on Thursday Evening, October 22nd."
1908 Oct 16
20

Prescott, James A

Letter: Calais, Me., to H.H. Burroughs, Vera Cruz, Mexico
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 40 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. Writing to the U.S. consul at the port of Vera Cruz, Prescott urgently asks for confirmation and detailed information on the wreck of the ship Tyre. Having seen a circular put out by Burroughs stating that all on board were drowned, Prescott writes: "We would beg of you to give us--a mother who has lost at sea all her sons except myself . . . and myself interested as an only brother, urge you to write us giving us the source of your information."
1835 May 20
20

Presper, John Q.

Letter: Boston, Mass., to "Sir"
1 item (2 p. on double sheet)
ALS. Written on Secretary's Office of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts stationery, Presper writes of his wavering thoughts on donating his papers to the Historical Society or to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

1846 May 12
20

Procter, John

Autograph
1 item (1 p.)

n.d.
20

Pryde, James, 1866-1941 (Artist)

Letter: London, to Grant Richards, 1872-1948
1 item (2 p.) ; 18 x 22 cm folded to 18 x 11 cm
ALS. Due to the death of his brother, Pryde breaks his appointment with Richards and sets another date.
1907 Feb 9
20

Pryor, Thomas W.

Letter: Philadelphia, Pa., to Horatio Mann, 1796-1859, New York, N.Y.
1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ; 25 x 40 cm folded to 25 x 20 cm
ALS. Discusses the particulars of an upcoming trial.
1816 Dec 14
20

Putnam, S.

Letter: to William Rotch, Jr., Esq.
1 item (1 p)
ALS. Discusses legal and political matters. Putnam appointed the recipient a "referree" to mediate a dispute.
1818 Jul 14
20

Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911 (Illustrator)

Letter: Wilmington, Del., to Mr. Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer, 1868-1936
1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ; 22 x 32 cm folded to 22 x 16 cm
TLS. Declines a dinner invitation.
1908 Jan 3
20

Pyle, Howard

Letter: Wilmington, Del., to Henry Mills Alden, 1836-1919
1 item (6 p. on 2 double sheets) ; 16 x 21 cm folded to 16 x 11 cm
ALS. Thanks Alden for sending him a copy of Alden's book, God in his World. Pyle addresses philosophical issues raised by his reading of the book. Also discusses the ideas of Swedenborg: "I have no desire to prosoletize [sic] but I know that a deeply rational mind like your own would find there a Divine spirit of Truth."
1890 Mar 23

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