Accounts-- Thomas Newman and Benjamin Chew, Jr., 1809

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Title
Accounts-- Thomas Newman and Benjamin Chew, Jr., 1809
Description
Collection of account documents primarily from Thomas Newman to Benjamin Chew, Jr. Thomas Newman was employed by Chew as a broker or agent for their shipping & trade interests. The letters and documents are entirely financial or business related and often requesting considerable amounts of money in the form of checks or cash. Many businesses and individuals are mentioned, such as Wheeler & Ashurst and Savage & Dugan (a Philadelphia shipping and underwriting company). These account papers also frequently mention trading and purchasing of stocks, including "United States Insurance Stock" and "US Bank Stock". Purchase of coffee & sugar is also often present in these accounts. The Thomas Newman account documents in the Chew Family Paper collection date up to 1827, but only those up to 1810 have been scanned for this project.
Identifier
19262
Type
text
Creator
Chew, Benjamin, 1758-1844
Date Created
1809
Format
manuscript
Is Part Of
Chew family papers (2050) | Box 73| Folder 14
Spatial Coverage
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Subject
Chew family |Shipping--United States--History |Sugar trade--United States
Extent
41 pages
Language
eng
Rights
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Item sets
Chew Family Papers

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