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    National Bank List, 1941 (pg. 79)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    ME Fairfield NB Fairfield 133 159 04459 ME Fa rminqton FNB Farminqton 133 159 05861 ME Fa rminqton Peoples NB Farminqton 133 159 00901 ME Fa rminqton Sandy River NB Farminqton 133 159 13843 ME Fort Fairfield FNB Fort Fairfield 133 159 04781 ME Fort Fairfield Fort Fairfield NB Fort Fairfield 133 159 11403 ME Fort Kent FNB Fort Kent 133 159 14224 ME Fort Kent FNB Fort Kent 133 159 00939 ME Gardiner Cobbossee NB Gardiner 133 159 01174 ME Gardiner Gardiner NB Gardiner 133 159 03219 ME Gardiner Merchants NB Gardiner 133 159 09609 ME Gardiner NB Gardiner 133 159 00740 ME Gardiner Oakland NB Gardiner 133 159 04780 ME Guilford FNB Guilford 133 159 00624 ME Hallowell American NB Hallowell 133 159 00310 ME Hallowell FNB Hallowell 133 159 03247 ME Hallowell Hallowell NB Hallowell 133 159 00


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    National Bank Antecedents and Successors (pg. 18)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    arthage 1865 Jun 1005 New 01168 NJ Mount Holly Farmers NB of NJ Mount Holly 1865 Jun 1002 A Farmers Bank 01169 Rl Westerly N Phenix B Westerly 1865 Jun 1001 A Phenix Bank 01170 MA Stockbridge Housatonic NB Stockbridge 1865 Jul 78 A Housatonic Bank 01171 PA Easton FNB Easton 1865 Jul 82 A Farmers and Mechanics Bank 01172 OH Chillicothe Ross County NB Chillicothe 1865 Jul 87 New 01174 ME Gardiner Gardiner NB Gardiner 1865 Jul 75 A Gardiner Bank 01175 CT New London N Union B New London 1865 Jul 80 A Union Bank 01176 PA Franklin Venango NB Franklin 1865 Jul co CO A Venango Bank 01177 IL Mendota FNB Mendota 1865 Jul 85 New 01178 NY Fulton Citizens NB Fulton 1865 Jul 72 A Citizens Bank 01179 NH Peterboro FNB Peterboro 1865 Jul 75 A Peterborough Bank 01180 NH Somersworth FNB Somers


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    Langdon W. Moore : his own story of his eventful life (pg. 601)

    /1893 Biography Langdon Moore

    TAKEN OUT FOR BE TEIAL 589 the trial The indictment was then read and I saw it was the same as on my former conviction and as before I entered a plea of not guilty I was tried and convicted upon the same indictment and evidence as before the trial lasting two days The same exceptions were again filed and I was remanded to prison after Judge Gardiner had refused the request of the Districi Attorney to sentence me This judge was too good a lawyer to allow the exceptions to be again argued before the higher court Thirty days later I was again taken to court without being given any previous notice I then learned the exceptions had been allowed by Judge Gardiner and that he had ordered a new trial I was again put in the box and tried upon t


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    Crumbs for antiquarians (pg. 334)

    /1864 Anthology

    10 JOURNAL were first given for building 200 battoes collecting provisions for and levying 1 100 men and marching them to this place viz Gardiner s Town which is great dispatch 21st All day at Gardiner s Town weather fine 22d Embarked on board battoes proceeded up the river to ward evening I lodged at the house of Mr North and was very agreeably entertained 23d In the morning proceeded up the river about 6 miles to Fort Western where an unhappy accident happened in the even ing A number of soldiers being in a private ho


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    National Bank Antecedents and Successors (pg. 12)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    mbermans NB Williamsport 1865 Feb 665 New 00735 CT Stonington FNB Stonington 1865 Mar 759 A Ocean Bank 00736 MA Provincetown FNB Provincetown 1865 Mar 757 A Provincetown Bank 00737 NY Warsaw Wyoming County NB Warsaw 1865 Mar 756 A Wyoming County Bank 00738 OH Franklin FNB Franklin 1865 Mar 762 New 00739 NY Albany N Albany Exchange B Albany 1865 Mar 756 A Albany Exchange Bank 00740 ME Gardiner Oakland NB Gardiner 1865 Mar 757 A Oakland Bank 00741 PA North East FNB North East 1865 Mar 759 New 00742 MD Westminster FNB Westminster 1865 Mar 761 New 00743 MA New Bedford Mechanics NB New Bedford 1865 Mar 757 A Mechanics Bank 00744 ME Waldoboro Waldoboro NB Waldoboro 1865 Mar 757 A Waldoboro Bank 00745 PA Lewisburg Lewisburg NB Lewisburg 1865 Mar 760 A Lewisburg Bank 00746 MA Wob


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    National Bank Antecedents and Successors (pg. 15)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    ew Farmers NB Ripley Southbridge NB Southbridge 1865 May 1865 May 938 932 216 Southbridge Bank 00935 OH Portsmouth 00935 OH Portsmouth Portsmouth NB Portsmouth Portsmouth NB Portsmouth 1865 May 1906 Jan 00936 MA Boston Globe NB Boston 1865 May 930 A Globe Bank 00937 NY Le Roy FNB Le Roy 1865 May 928 A Genesee County Bank 00938 NY Jamestown City NB Jamestown 1865 May 928 New 00939 ME Gardiner Cobbossee NB Gardiner 1865 May 929 A Cobbossee Contee Bank 00940 NY Troy United NB Troy 1865 May 928 New 00941 ME Portland Canal NB Portland 1865 May 929 A Canal Bank 00942 CT Norwalk NB Norwalk 1865 May 933 220 A Bank of Norwalk 00943 CT Danbury Danbury NB Danbury 1865 May 933 A Danbury Bank 00944 ME Bowdoinham N Village B Bowdoinham 1865 May 929 209 A Village Bank 00945 IL Waukegan


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    National Bank Antecedents and Successors (pg. 48)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    o 1884 Aug 154 155 A Exchange Bank 03214 IL Peoria Central NB Peoria 1884 Aug 154 155 A Kingman Blossom Co 03215 Ml Mount Pleasant FNB Mount Pleasant 1884 Aug 154 155 A Hicks Bennett Co 03216 KS Girard FNB Girard 1884 Aug 154 A Citizens Bank 03217 Ml Ithaca FNB Ithaca 1884 Aug 154 155 A Steel Turck Co 03218 KS Winfield FNB Winfield 1884 Aug 154 155 A M L Read s Bank 03219 ME Gardiner Merchants NB Gardiner 1884 Aug 154 New 03220 PA Ambler FNB Ambler 1884 Aug 154 New 03221 TX Fort Worth State NB Forth Worth 1884 Aug 154 New 03222 NM Albuquerque Albuquerque NB Albuquerque 1884 Aug 154 New 03223 FL Palatka FNB Palatka 1884 Aug 154 155 A Wm J Winegar Co CMD V A I r w ri AOQA A ACA A CC Kw QOO 1 https www dropbox eom s h09phzzt3mozwae bm 26sr antecedent


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    National Bank List, 1941 (pg. 184)

    2/11/2019 National Bank Notes

    R Dallas Dallas NB Dallas 299 335 07072 OR Dallas FNB Dallas 299 335 06644 OR Elqin FNB Elqin 299 335 03912 OR Enterprise Wallowa NB Enterprise 299 335 03986 OR Euqene Euqene NB Euqene 299 335 03458 OR Euqene FNB Euqene 299 335 10345 OR Euqene United States NB Euqene 299 335 08036 OR Forest Grove FNB Forest Grove 299 335 08554 OR Forest Grove Forest Grove NB Forest Grove 299 335 10676 OR Gardiner FNB Gardiner 299 335 04168 OR Grants Pass FNB of Southern Oreqon Grants 300 336 11466 OR Halfway FNB Halfway 300 336 09146 OR Harrisburq FNB Harrisburq 300 336 11885 OR Harrisburq Harrisburq NB Harrisburq 300 336 11007 OR Heppner Farmers and Stockqrowers NB H 300 336 03774 OR Heppner FNB Heppner 300 336 03953 OR Heppner NB Heppner 300 336 09281 OR Hermiston FNB Hermiston 300 336 09923 OR


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    A history of The Bank of New York, 1784-1884, compiled for official records and other sources at the request of the directors. (pg. 178)

    /1884 Bank History Bank of New York

    31 distort of John Oothout 1819 to 1858 Thomas Eddy State appointment 1820 Jacob Le Roy 1820 to 1823 Samuel Boyd State appointment 1821 Julian Ludlow 1823 to 1826 Robert Bayard 1823 to 1827 Gardiner G Howland 1825 to 1852 Charles Wilkes 1825 to 1832 Robert Maitland 1826 to 1837 Henry Beeckman 1826 to 1857 William G Thompson 1827 to 1833 Gurdon Buck 1827 to 1839 Arthur Tappan 1827 to 1831 Edward R Jones 1827 to 1839 John H Hicks 1831 to 1837 George S Robbins 1831 to 1837 Cornelius Heyer 1832 to 1843 Robert Benson 1833 to 1858 Charles E Bill 1837 to 1888 E A B Graves 183


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    Illustrated History of the United States Mint (pg. 24)

    1/1/1885 Philadelphia Mint History

    Henry Wm DeSanssure Director a 2 000 Drs i er Ann Is icholas Way Treasurer 1 200 Henry Yoigt Chief Coiner 1 500 Albion Cox Assayer 1 500 Robert Scott Engraver 1 200 David Ott Melter and Refiner pro tern 200 Nathaniel Thomas Clerk to the Treasurer 700 Isaac Hough ditto to Director and Assayer 500 Lodewyk SharjJ ditto to Chief Coiner 500 John S Gardiner Assistant Engraver 936 Adam Eckfeldt Die Forger and Turner 500 JVorkmen Employed in Chief Coiner ft Department Wages per clay Doll Cts John Schreiner Chief Pressman 1 80 John Cope Chief Adjuster 1 60 William Ilayley EoUer 1 40 Nicholas Sinderling Annealer 1 40 John Ward Miller 1 20 Joseph Germon Drawer 1 20 Lewis Laurenger Brusher 1 20 Henry Voigt Junr Adjuster 88 Sarah


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    The Early Coins of America (pg. 110)

    1/1/1875 Colonial Coinage

    64 confirmed this devise to Seaborne and he sells this part to John Hull In 1677 Nicholas Paige bought the residue of the estate and in 1682 this also was bought by Mr Hull It was afterwards occupied by Hull s son in law Judge Samuel Sewall who is said to have received with the daughter of the mint master her weight in the coinage of his mint Part of this estate was subsequently owned by Gardiner Greene Without a wish to detract in the least from the well earned laurels of John Hull we cannot but think that injustice has been done to the memory of Robert Saunderson by all who have attempted a history of this mint He was appointed as Hull states at his especial request as his equal in office the records frequently mentioning the mint masters In the agreement of June 3d 1675


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 525)

    1/1/1878 Medals United States Mint

    New York Yacht Club She was the property of Mr Wilham T Gamer a wealthy merchant of New York residing near New Brighton Staten Island and was sumptuously furnished and appointed On Thursday afternoon July 20 1876 she lay at her anchorage in New York Bay off Stapleton Staten Island At about half past three o clock Mr Gamer arrived on board with a party of friends consisting of Mr Gardiner G Howland Mr Louis B Montant Colonel J Schuyler Crosby Mr Frost Thorne together with Mrs Gamer Miss Adele Hunter and Miss Edith May arrangements having been made for a sail down the bay The day had been somewhat dark and cloudy with occasional squalls and showers and at the time of the company coming on board a thunder storm was rising in the southwest of which no other notice wa


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 544)

    1/1/1878 Medals United States Mint

    xtun Jr 128 HovEY Alvin P 380 383 384 385 Howard Captain 346 Howard John Eager x xi xii xvii xxiii xxviii XXXV xxxvii xxxviii xl xlvii xlviii xlix 2 41 42 43 4S 49 S3 277 Howard Lieutenant 297 Howard Lieutenant Colonel 321 328 330 Howard Oliver Otis 396 397 399 400 401 402 404 Howe Major General 17 Howe Sir William 11 12 Howell Lieutenant 364 Howland Gardiner G 449 450 Hubbard Major 217 Huger Benjamin 323 324 326 329 334 Hull Captain 213 217 Hull George B 436 Hull Isaac xxiv 133 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 172 173 88 Hull Major 231 Hull William 20 260 Humboldt Medal 362 Humphreys David xi xiii xvi xvii xxxiv xxxv xxxvi xxxvii xxxviii xl xli 2 6 7 13 88 Humphries G C 304 Hunter Adele 447 448 449 Hun


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    History of the First United States Mint: Its People and Its Operations (pg. 105)

    /1924 First United States Mint

    5 OFFICERS AND CLERKS PER ANNUM Henry William De Saussure Director 2 000 00 Nicholas Way Treasurer 1 200 00 Henry Voigt Chief Coiner 1 500 00 Albion Cox Assayer 1 500 00 Robert Scot Engraver 1 200 00 David Ott Melter and Refiner pro tern 1 200 00 Nathan Thomas Clerk to Treasurer 700 00 Isaac Hough Clerk to Director and Assayer 500 00 Lodewick Sharp Clerk to Chief Coiner 500 00 John S Gardiner Assistant Engraver 936 00 Adam Eckfeldt Die Sinker and Turner 500 00


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 4 [MB-Q] (pg. 36)

    /1909 Medalists

    23 Gardiner 1S77 Utrecht Choral Festival t S77 SSSPtke Medal of the Agricultural Society of Guilders 1X77 Medal presented by William III to A MeijerV of Gploo 1878 i 3 C j lfivVr of UtreijftG r Marriage of William tllv rtih Prints l ikta of Waldec kVVnnpn t 1X79 ThirJ jubiJee of thfcf Unk oi Uuc dtf 1 i L by P Meriger j eoini Centenary of the Arrilt ri


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 8 [Supplement, M-Z] (pg. 23)

    /1930 Medalists

    ered to art by his revival of athletic sculpture The modern sculptor confined too often to ill developed models knows little of the beauties of the human body and its movements Tait McKenzie shows him where to learn In the playing fields of our schools and universities he will find models no whit inferior to those of the Greeks and a variety of motives of which they knew nothing E Norman Gardiner Author ef Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals Of the low reliefs in general portraits medals and athletes it may be said that they show an adroit and highly effective man agement of planes a degree of salience almost astounding at times a catholic sense of appreciation ingenuity and imagination fertile in contributing interest balance and diversity to his backgrounds by the


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    The picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue (pg. 384)

    /1811 General Guide

    harles S Fimeton MARYLAND James Forrest John Fraley Elijah Forseth John Fin ley Daniel Fid ler John Forward E H Flannis Richard Folher R E Fori ester John Francis G PE nksylva sj4 Thomas D Green Elij ah Griffiths M D James De GiX ot John Gilder Moses Gillingham Basill Gash Yv illiam M Gardner Peter Grim Jacob Gilbert J L Grant Moses Griffin Joseph C Griffin Patrick Gallagher James Gardiner John Gossiine Jacob Gosline John Garwood J W Gibbs jun S C Graham George Govett Daniel Geary Samuel P Griffitts M D Peter George John Goodwin John K Graham James Graham John Griffin George Guiger William Grinnel Ann Gansler James Gordon John Gephart Benjamin H Given Thomas D Green Joseph Grubb James Gillingham Abraham Glause Josepli Glading Jonas Gleason William Gay George Graff Enos G


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    Illustrated history of the United States mint with a complete description of American coinage ... (pg. 28)

    /1888 United States Mint History

    THE 10th OCTOBER 1795 Henry Wm DeSaussure Director 2 000 Drs per Ann Nicholas Way Treasurer 1 200 Henry Voigt Chief Coiner 1 500 Albion Cox Assayer 1 500 Kobert Scott Engraver 1 200 David Ott Melter and Kefiner pro tern 1 200 Nathaniel Thomas Clerk to the Treasurer 700 1 saac Hough d itto to Director and Assay er 500 Lode wy k Sharp ditto to Chief Coiner 500 John S Gardiner Assistant Engraver 936 Adam Eckfeldt Die Forger and Turner 500 Workmen Employed in Chief Coiner s Department Wages per day Doll Cts John Schreiner Chief Pressman 1 80 John Cope Chief Adjuster 1 60 William Hayley Roller 1 40 Nicholas Sinderling Annealer 1 40 John Ward Miller 1 20 Joseph Germon Drawer 1 20 Lewis Laurenger Brusher 1 20 Henry Voigt Junr Adjuster 88 Sarah Waldrake


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    Langdon W. Moore : his own story of his eventful life (pg. 44)

    /1893 Biography Langdon Moore

    id not care to have my people or any one else know where I had gone or what was to become of me Here I made the acquaintance of a man from New Bedford and engaged board at his house where he and his wife made things pleasant and agreeable for me a stranger in the city He went with me to call on Tom Hyer Yankee Sullivan Doublin Tricks famous prize fighters in those days and Awful Gardiner Finally my New Bed ford friend introduced me into Hoffman and Edgar s gambling room the Emblem on West Broadway and it was here I first saw the game of faro played He lost all the money he had and borrowed of ine and then I put down a small bet and won I increased the bet and won again and continued to win nearly every bet while he was losing all the time and bor rowing from me This


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    Langdon W. Moore : his own story of his eventful life (pg. 598)

    /1893 Biography Langdon Moore

    sed in tliat fashion The rig itself they said would warrant the jury in bringing in a verdict of guilty before a witness was called to testify either for or against me When my name was called I was escorted to the prisoner s box by Officer Tyler I requested my counsel to ask for a postponement of the case for three days This would give me time to bring my witnesses on from New York Judge Gardiner was sitting on the bench and Assistant District Attorney Dacey was to conduct the case for the prosecution My counsel asked to have the case postponed for three days and gave his reason for doing so The District Attorney opposed any delay whatever being granted as he was ready to go on with the case and all the government witnesses were then in court They had been brought there at a great


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    Langdon W. Moore : his own story of his eventful life (pg. 611)

    /1893 Biography Langdon Moore

    the way down I said to Warden Earle that I wished he would remain in my presence while we were in court as I intended to make a statement Judge Staples was on the bench when we arrived and I saw that neither of my counsel was in the court They both had abandoned the case long since without notifying me It had been my intention if they were there to ask that I might be sentenced by Judge Gardiner who had tried the case and knew what the evidence was against me I was called into the District Attorney s room just before dinner Assistant Distric1 Attorney Dacey Superintendent of Police Adams Warden Earle and Inspector Gerraughty were in the room at the time I told them I wanted to make a statement but I refused to make it until after my final sentence as officers and crooks wou


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    Catalogue of the International Exhibition of Contemporary Medals (pg. 433)

    /1911 Exhibitions

    Homme a la Pipe p 191 n 13 Homme Etude d p 101 n 13 Homme Portrait d p 58 n 11 p 98 n 7 Honneur de la Patrie p 263 n 15 Hopital dc Roubaix p 183 n 12 Hopitaux Civils de Paris p 16 n 6 Horne Sir Win C Van p 209 n 14 Horses White p 6 n 9 Horticulture p 238 n 2 Horticulture Societe dc Montmorency p 348 n 22 Huart Hamoir A p 73 n 1 Hubbard Gardiner G p 333 n 6 Hudson Fulton Celebration Newburgh p 37 n 1 393 Hudson Fulton Celebration New York p 8 n 3 4 p 92 n t p 106 n 14 Huger Francis K p 209 n 9 Hughes Alfred William p 151 n 8 9 Hughes D E p 109 n 1 Hugo Victor p 53 n 48 p 271 n 81 Huiles Commission des p 329 n 2 Huldigung p 169 n 4 Huldigung der Stadt Wien p 142 n 17 18 Huld


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    A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837 (pg. 557)

    /1838 Silver Dollar 1804

    g Gunner Sail maker Carpenter acting Passenger Whole number of souls on board including officers seamen ordinary seamen iandsmen boys and marines 201 LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE U S SCHOONER ENTERPRISE July 1835 Archibald S Campbell Richard L Page John C Sharpe Thomas R Rootes William F M Clenahan Richard R Waldron H Hendrick NorvelLJ James J Forbes William Ross Gardiner William G Benham Henry Cadwalader Holt Wilson Lieutenant Commanding Lieutenant acting acting Assistant Surgeon Purser acting Passed Midshipman Midshipman Captain s Clerk Total number on board including seamen ordinary seamen and boys 80 t Died at Macao June 12 1836 Died at Macao June 3 1836 l Invalided and did not perform the whole cruise


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    The Gilbart Prize Essay on the Adaptation of Recent Discoveries and Inventions in Science and Art to the Purposes of Practical Banking, Third English Edition with Diagrams and Illustrations (pg. 525)

    /1854 Banking Gilbert Prize

    d Horne John Marden Camden Station Sidney Braithwaite Bath Place W Cruchley Oval Road John Jones Oval Road Henry Kelly Davies Street Berkeley Square John Faithfull Hampstead Road John Faithfull Bouverie Street George Savory Grove Terrace Lisson Grove J S Faithful Claycross Coal Wharf Camden Town C West Camden Station D N Bailey Camden Station Agent for Pickford and Co H J Gardiner Ditto copy London and Birmingham Railtoay Camden Station April Wi 1844 This document was placed within one of Messrs Thomas Milner and Son s New Patent Fire Resisting Deed Boxes with our signatures written thereon prior to being tested as described in the above Report Howard Douglas Lt Gen Sir M P J L Prevott 24a Cateaton Street Thos Robert Rackstrow 8 Hamilton Place New


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    Numisgraphics, or, A list of catalogues, in which occur coins or medals : which have been sold by auction in the United States : also, a list of catalogues or price lists of coins issued by dealers : also, a list of various publications of more or less interest to numismatologists, which have been published in the United States (pg. 10)

    /1876 Numismatic Literature Auctions

    torwk 2 oU 3 Gleaner 3 73 tooAorcM a Hartoncri Vw 4 Jf 74 Dramdie Poems 75 Pilgrim s Ptogtet 2 rapt 1744 76 Seraphieal Shepherd 77 McnU a Vind wal tun 7 Rmnwr t S mbol Hsetrat 1064 TV English and Iraiin Phraw 1 81 FittiU nc Taka HI Ring 2 copres J Golden abinet 3 P Kl Robertren A met a 84 Church iottmm nl 173 t K Creation S Plesanra of lltnA tofe ray Life of Col Gardiner l 71 Ptr t Pwr r no Drt nn Guoja a 7 7 Driutii Chriatun 76 Ikxld s lh a it of Ilia 2 c ipiet 77 Polite lady 78 Clarkson on Slurry 2 cop 79 Citiaeu uf tlie World XJ Acu of 5 0 7 8 9 10 year George III 6 tola fill frurn 1 70S a 1770 I i Uot uo a Works fid W Bentimluj and lirinm A I K M Aul Itot Engl ml J I d It 144 Jl lhng a Kipadt H ii 4ut 85 Bargeans 1 8 rip Director


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    Presbury & Co's. Counterfeit Detector (pg. 5)

    /1850 Counterfeit Detector

    3 s let A May 4 838 The fine print is defective 5 s altered from the Globe Bank of Bangor How ard cash Parsons pre and some have Bryant pres Ercemcn a Bank Augusta 1 3 s 5 s and lO s altered from broken Citizen s Bank likely to deceive Taper is whiter than he genuine Frontier Bank Eastport 1 3 s and 5 s altered Frontier and Eastport badly put on jTartliner Bank Gardiner 1 3 s let A blurred particularly the ends and two 3 s let A various dates Sam l C Grant pres Joseph Adams cash The bills appear blurred Granite Bank Angusta 1 5 s altered from broken Citiz Bank Augusta Me Eendw tkeag Bank Bangor 1 5 s let L pay H Clay June IS 1832 5 s let L pay C Carroll Sep 1832 T S Dodd cashier and Wtlkin3 pres Parts of the bill are


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    Presbury & Co's. Counterfeit Detector (pg. 11)

    /1850 Counterfeit Detector

    tered from Ir s old plate engruv ed by Reed Pelton Bank of Kent Coventry 1 3 s let A pay to P Tillinghast April 1 1819 3 s let C dated April 1 1819 Bank of Bhoile Island Newport 1 All notes signed J Munson and P King are spurious they never were officers of this bank l s old plate pay J llammond Jan 20 1831 2 s let B Jan 14 1831 pay Wm Rotch S Fow ler Gardiner cash Autlely Clarke pres 5 s let C July 20 1837 pay S Jones vig rail cars an Indian on each end No resemblance to the genuine lO s let A dated July 2d 1839 pay L Jones P King Cash L Munson Pres Unlike the genuine Blackstone Canal Bank Providence 1 3 s altered from genuine ones 5 s and IQ s altered from the Stillwater Canal Bank vig sawmill c E P Butle


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    Private Gold Coins and Patterns of the United States (pg. 175)

    1/1/1981 Private Gold Coins and Patterns

    Nantucket schr Flight Marston coast Feb 3 ship James town Homans New York ship Louisiana Braatow N York ship Isaiah Crowell Kelly Boston brig Tigress Howe Salem brig Sulla Cobh Boston brig FrHnklin Pierce Belfast Me schr Fame Sherman Bonito Islands schr Energy Cross Boston schr Elizabeth Lee Oregon schr Roanoke Holt Hawaiian Islands Feb 4 ship Potomac Gardiner New Orleans bark Almeide Thayer Lahaiuo H I Feb 5 steamer Isthmus Ottmger Panama schr Sam Roberts Tucker Hawaii H I bark Dryade Fisher Payt Feb 6 brig Tremont Thomp son Havre schr Indiana T russet Santa Bar bara schr Spray San Diene schr Sophia Nagbet B n Diego Feb 7 brig Mary Adeline Pearson Sydney brig EmeMne Manwaring Myrtle schr Cyno ure Douglas


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    Currency and banking in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay (vol. 2) (pg. 370)

    /1901 Massachusetts Currency

    4 174 n 175 176 177 178 179 mentioned 182 his Letter to merchant in London etc 183 183 n his Sec ond letter etc etc 184 184 n the Discourse etc 185 185 n au thor of Heads proposed for an act of parliament etc 186 his contri butions 187 188 189 mentioned 258 D Ouvilly Sir B Gerbier proposes a bank 29 30 Downing J Jun Plate 14 Drake Samuel Gardiner his History etc of Boston referred to 290 Drury Lane London 57 n Dublin Ireland 162 Dudley Joseph president of the Council 75 78 79 81 Dudley Paul attorney general of the province opposes Bank of 1714 87 88 89 90 90 n Dudley Samuel dismissed as justice of the peace 149 n Dunbar Charles F his paper in Quarterly Journal of Economics referred to 5 n his Chap


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    The Suffolk bank (pg. 22)

    /1878 Suffolk Bank

    16 Eben and John Breed 100 Thomas Brewer 30 John W Boott 200 Josiali Bradlee 120 John Brooks 10 Buftiugton Thomas 40 Nathan Bridge Co 100 Bordman Pope 100 Joseph Chapin 5 John Cunningham 50 Pickering Dodge 50 Otis Everett 50 Ebcnezer Francis 300 Jeremiah Fitch Co 20 Nc MBER OP Shares French Tucker 50 Thaddeus Fiske 20 Gardiner Green 230 Henry Hubbard 50 Augustine Heard 50 Samuel Hubbard 100 Barnabas Hedge 50 William Ilammatt 20 Robert John Hooper 50 Patrick T Jackson 300 Charles Lowell 15 Caleb Loring 100 A A Lawrence 50 Luther Lawrence 25 William Lawrence 300 Lunt Leech 40 Israel Innsou 184 Thos Edw Motle Y 50


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    Controversial Meyers Gold Ingot Remains In Limbo (pg. 26)

    11/30/2017 Meyers Gold Ingot

    EMB CJN O Ptncral anb business Register of fili cns STATISTICAL TABLES HISTORICAL REFERENCES BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ETC I KEF A CCD LY A HISTORY OF SAN FRANCISCO AND REVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES ASSOCIATIONS ETC SAMUEL COLVILLE COLLATOR AND PC IIL1811 ER DEPOTS FOR TMC SALC OF THIS WORK J J LECOCNJ 111 MONTGOMERY ST AND M 0LASHAN A CO 127 MONTGOMERY ST SAN FRANCISCO Gardiner KIRK FOST OFFICE BLOCK SACRAMENTO SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCIAL STEAM PRESSES MONSOX VALENTINE 4 CO No 129 Koamoio Strrct few r turn 185 6


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    Crumbs for antiquarians (pg. 376)

    /1864 Anthology

    52 NOTES author of several works lie was a minister in Xewburyport for many years and was an attractive preacher He died on the 4th day of March 1819 aged 73 years He was the father of the Rev Gardiner Spring Pastor of the Brick Church in this city 28 The city of Quebec is situated on a promontory on the north west side of the St Lawrence formed by that river and the St Charles The extremity of the head land is called Cape Diamond whose highest point rises 345 feet above the level of the water On the cape is erected the famous Citadel of Quebec a formidable combination of powerful mi


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    Numismata. A Discourse of Medals, Ancient and Modern (pg. 271)

    /1697 Medals Ancient and Modern

    A Tnfcourje of MEDALS Montague Ep C Morley Ep W More Morton Ep Novel D P Overal Ep Outram Parker A B Cant Ep Ox Parkbur l S Patrick Pearfon Ep Ch Raynolds tRidly Ep L Rogers M Alen Card Bonner Ep L Carpenter Creffy Davenport DurUus Fox Ep Win Gardiner Ep W Sands A B York Saunderfon Ep Sibbs Sparrow Ep Spencer Steward D P Taylor Ep D C Thomfon Thorndyke Tillotfon A B Cant Tindal M Towerfon Triveth Walton Ep C Ward Ep Sar Warham A B Cant Warner Ep Roff Wharton Romanifts Garnet Goff Hadrian IV Pap Halcot Harding Howard Card Ocham Parfons Poole Card LI 2 Willbrode White Willet Williams


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    The Coin Collector (pg. 143)

    /1896 General Guide

    m The gold ducats of Duke Ulric are varied through the course of his protracted reign 1498 1550 there are many pieces interesting for the costume We call attention to the extensive area of research and selection existing in Bavaria and the Palatinate a region interesting in connection with the Thirty Years War and its incidence and the union of the Palsgraf Frederic with Elizabeth Stuart Gardiner s History of the War 1874 should be consulted It is here that we have to place the not very extensive but peculiarly interesting money of the princely family of the Fuggers dating from 1534 when Charles V ac corded to Anton Fugger Herr von Weissenhorn who died in 1560 the right of striking his own coins these have usually on the reverse the imperial titles and symbol When we enter


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    American Numismatic Auctions (pg. 40)

    11/17/2009 Auctions

    American Numismatic Auctions by Martin Gengerke Date Firm Firm Lots Pgs Detail Consignors 01 05 1952 BURTON A BARSTOW 38 192 1 02 09 1952 BURTON A BARSTOW 39 383 6 MN R J BARTER Tonawanda NY 10 20 1966 RJ BARTER 27 1 NN P In The Coin Collector JAMES A BARTMAN Gardiner NY 08 22 1959 JAMES A BARTMAN 20 1 NN p In The Numismatic Advertiser SANDY BASHOVER Maplewood NJ 09 01 1983 SANDY BASHOVER 330 5 MN 12 01 1983 SANDY BASHOVER 343 5 MN 05 18 1985 SANDY BASHOVER M 1 100 1 BN Mail Bid Sale 1 06 15 1985 SANDY BASHOVER M 2 100 1 BN Mail Bid Sale 2 06 29 1985 SANDY BASHOVER M 3 100 1 BN Mail Bid Sale 3 07 27 1985 SANDY BASHOVER M 4 100 1 BN Mail Bid Sale


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    The Coins and Tokens of the Possessions and Colonies of the British Empire (pg. 396)

    /1889 British Coinage

    a 313 Ballarat 344 Baltimore 257 Bandarmassin 216 Ranh of Montreal see Canada 299 Banque du Peuple see Canada 299 Barbadocs 913 Barley C Token of Auckland 371 Barrowclough Token of Bichmond 356 Barry J A Token of Halifax 274 Bateman W Token of Warrnambool 357 Bathurst 939 Battle and Weight Token of Sydney 340 Beaven S Token of Invercargil 377 Bell and Gardiner Token of Eockhampton 361 Benares Mint see Bengal 153 Bendigo 946 Bengal 149 Bermuda 915 Bishop de Jersey and Co Token of Jersey 6 Black W A and S Token of Halifax 275 Bomhaiensis Moneta see Bombay 138 Bombay 95 Bon pour deux Sous see Canada 304 Bon pour liuit Sols see Canada 302 Booth I Token of Melbourne 348 Borneo 9 Brickhill J Token of Campbell T


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    The Coins and Tokens of the Possessions and Colonies of the British Empire (pg. 400)

    /1889 British Coinage

    adras 163 et seq Panam Token see Ceylon 193 Farthing Third of see Malta 17 Half see Ceylon 198 Fein Silber see Anglo Hanoverian 39 et seq Fenwick Bros Token of Melbourne 349 Fertilitatem Divatasque Circumferemus see Canada 290 Fifteenpence see Australia 337 Five Shillings see Australia 337 Channel Islands 6 Isle of Man 12 Fisher Token of Gardiner s Creek South Yarra 360 Fisheries and Agriculture see Prince Edward s Island 281 1 lavelle and Co Token of Sydney 340 Fleming J G Token of Hobart Town 365 Floreat Bex see Early American 259


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    The Coins and Tokens of the Possessions and Colonies of the British Empire (pg. 401)

    /1889 British Coinage

    n see Canada 302 Fort Marlbro Sumatra 200 Freedom without Slavery see Barbadoes 314 Freemantle 364 Free Trade to Africa see Gold Coastf 238 Friedman I Token of Hobart Town 365 Friesland East 122 Fromes W Token of Castlemaine 346 Funf fve Thalers see Anglo KanoYCTian 35 Furruckabad Mint see Bengal 154 G G see West Indies Gagnon H Token of Quebec 291 Gardiner s Creek Eoad South Yarra 357 360 Geelong 347 Genuine British Copper see Canada 306 Gilmour J Token of New Plymouth 377 Gipp s Land Hardware Co Token 355 356 Gibraltar 14 Gittos B Token of Auckland 372 God Preserve Carolina c see Early America 260 God Preserve New England see Early America 260 Gold Coast 238 Goulbum 339 Gourlay T Token of Christchurch 374 G


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    Rare Numismatic Books: Catalogue 2, Spring 1980 (pg. 53)

    /1980 Numismatic Literature

    lliam Lowndes Secretary to the said Lords Commissioners London printed tor W Whitlock 1695 4to 1 24 1 pp including the final advertisement leaf D2 recent calf gilt A fine copy of the first and only edition Wing S 4598 Kress 1909 Goldsmith 3169 The authorship of this essay is uncertain The Goldsmith copy had belonged to John Locke and had a manuscript ascription by Mr Gardiner in his hand on the title page Kress has it catalogued under Lowndes 85 129 SIERRA LEONE MACAULAY Zachary Autograph letter signed one page 4to with integral blank from 26 Birchin Lane 22 Dec 1912 to John Whishaw in which Macaulay refers to Whishaw s letter con cerning the paper currency of Sierra Leone Macaulay claims that 1 The Sierra Leone Company never sustained any loss a


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    Chemical Analysis of 1794 & 1795 U.S. Silver Coins (Part 5) (pg. 8)

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    Considerations on the currency and banking system of the United States, republished with additions and corrections from the American Quarterly-Review. (pg. 103)

    /1831 Banking System

    Sutton 75 000 Phoenix Washington 500 000 Gloucester 8 Newburyport 120 000 66 Banks 20 420 000 Beverly 8 Boston S Salem 100 000 250 000 MAINE j Plymouth Portland 2004100 Worcester Saco 100 000 Marblehead Cumberland 200 000 Pacific Bath 100 000 State Lincoln 100 000 Mechanics A ugusta 100 000 Merchants Salem Kennebunk 100 000 Taunton Gardiner 100 000 New England Waterville 50 000 Hampshire Bangor 50 000 F pH hn m i no non Casco 200 000 ManuC Mech s Boston 750 000 Canal 300 000 Springfield Manufacturers 100 000 Lynn Mechanics Merchants 150 0 0 j Merrimack 150 000 South Berwick 50 000 Pawtucket 100 000 Thomaston 50 000 Suffolk 750 000 Union 50 000 Commercial Salem Vassalborou


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