Apthorp, Charles,Thomlinson, John. () Charles Apthorp correspondence,MLA Citation
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Charles Apthorp correspondence, 1738-1751, bulk 1738-1739.
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|100||1 |aApthorp, Charles,|d1698-1758.|
|245||10|aCharles Apthorp correspondence,|f1738-1751,|gbulk 1738-1739.|
|300|||a0.1 linear feet (21 items in 4 folders)|
|351|||aLetters arranged chronologically.|
|520|||aCharles Apthorp's outgoing correspondence to London merchant, John Thomlinson, dated from Apr. 1738 to Apr. 1739 and Aug. 1751.|bCollection contains 29 letters of which 7 are Apthorp's file copies. The content of the letters mainly relates to the financial arrangements, sale, and shipment of merchandise to Boston. The merchandise mentioned includes among others cloth, buttons, buckles, bibles, books, and carpets. In the final letter of 1751, Apthorp relays his intention of having his son Charles join him in the firm.|
|545|||aCharles Apthorp was born in England in 1698 and educated at Eton College.|bHe was later appointed by the English government as paymaster and commissary of the land and naval forces quartered in Boston. Apthorp also became one of the most distinquished merchants in Boston during the 1730's until his death in 1758.|
|561|||aForms part of the Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)|
|651||0|aBoston (Mass.)|xCommerce|zEngland|xHistory|y18th century|vSources.|
|651||0|aBoston (Mass.)|xHistory|yColonial period, ca. 1600-1775|vSources.|
|700||1 |aThomlinson, John.|
|710||2 |aEdward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library)|
|710||2 |aNewberry Library.|kManuscript.|nAyer MS 27.|
|910|||aAyer MS Proj 1996/cp rev2011 ah|