Sarah and Edward Ogden travel diaries  1886-1908
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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Correspondence and Documents [series]:
Volume   1  
 
1. Boyden's warrant as sergeant-major in the Massachusetts militia,  1806.
 
2. Notice of appointment as ensign in the 45 Infantry Regiment,  1814.
 
3. Early draft of Boyden's recruiting account,  1814.
 
4. Later draft of Boyden's recruiting account,  1814.
 
5. Letter to Lieutenant Samuel Sylvester,  1815.
 
6. Draft of inventory of clothing and camp equipment at Bath, Maine,  1815.
 
7. Draft of inventory of clothing and camp equipment at Bath, Maine, and Concord, New Hampshire,  1815.
 
8. Revised draft of inventory at Bath, Maine, and Concord, New Hampshire,  1815.
 
9. Receipt from Colonel Denny McCobb,  1815.
Volume   2  
 
10. Copy of Boyden's expenses charged to his contingent account for transporting baggage from Norway, Maine, to Springfield, Massachusetts,  1815.
 
11. Copy No. 2 of an inventory delivered to Depot No. 1, Springfield, Massachusetts,  1815.
 
12. Copy No. 3 of an inventory delivered to Depot No. 1, Springfield, Massachusetts,  1815.
 
13. Agreement between Boyden and Robert Davis, trader, for Davis to transport equipment from Boston to Springfield,  1815.
 
14. Copy of a receipt for payment to Ezra Hutchins from Colonel McCobb for transporting equipment from Boston to Springfield,  1815.
 
15. Letter to Secretary of War Alexander Dallas, reporting on equipment shipments,  1815.
 
16. Letter to Colonel McCobb.
 
17. Letter from Lieutenant Samuel Sylvester, regarding funds available for paying disbanded officers,  1815.
 
18. Certificate from Lincoln Ripley, minister in Waterford Maine, certifying that Boyden is qualified to teach in an English school,  1816.
 
19. Certificate from Thomas Crane, Justice of the Peace, Brookline, Vermont, certifying Boyden's oath to perform duties of a justice of the peace for Windham County,  1816.