Warren Dow Diary, 1854

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Material Information

Title:
Warren Dow Diary, 1854
Series Title:
Warren Dow Diaries
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creation Date:
1854
Physical Location:
Box: Diary Box 8

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Civil engineers -- Diaries   ( lcsh )
Yellow fever -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Surveys -- Florida -- Pensacola   ( lcsh )
Shipbuilding -- Florida -- Pensacola   ( lcsh )
Shipping -- Florida -- Pensacola   ( lcsh )
Navy-yards and naval stations -- United States -- Florida -- Pensacola   ( lcsh )
History -- Pensacola (Fla.) -- 19th century   ( lcsh )
Social life and customs -- Pensacola (Fla.) -- 19th century   ( lcsh )
Escambia -- 12033   ( ceeus )
Ante-Bellum Florida, 1845-1861   ( fhp )
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913 -- Reconstruction Era, 1865-1877   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913 -- Business, Agriculture, and Tourism, 1878-1897   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
Diaries and journals. All these diaries are related to the households of the Dow and Davison families of Pensacola. Dow's diaries contain his first impressions of Pensacola, when he came to work in the Navy Yard in 1849. His wife, in her 1855 diary, writes at greater length about her daily visits and life in town. William Henry Davison, a Harvard graduate who had studied poetry under Lowell and Longfellow, came south to Pensacola in the early 1850s to set up work as a civil engineer. He met and married Dow's widow in 1860. Davison remained in Pensacola until his death in 1916 and his diaries are filled with lengthy entries about his survey work, his experiences as a quarantine officer charged with fumigating ships to prevent yellow fever, and various travels.
Summary:
As a civil engineer, Davison was also fascinated with the plat maps and city surveys of Sebastian Pintado, the last colonial surveyor for Pensacola, and made a study of Pintado's works. In combination, these diaries cover the pre-Civil War days when Pensacola was struggling to revive its status as a major shipping and ship-building center and the post-war period in which it suffered hard times. The Civil War is not covered in these diaries.
Summary:
The Warren Q. Dow diaries consist of 4 volumes, dating from 1848-1850, 1854, 1855, 1857. The William Henry Davison diaries are 10 small volumes, 1852, 1855, 1868, 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, and 1876 (2 vols.), 1 loose-leaf notebook diary, 1886, 1 large ledger style diary, 1890, and 1 small survey book, 1876. The diary of Mrs. Warren R. Dow consists of 1 volume, dated 1855.
Biographical:
Civil Engineer.
Biographical:
Civil Engineer, military officer.
Source of Description:
Originally derived from archival-level ALEPH record 028047731 ( OCLC: 49241907 )
Funding:
Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) as part of the Pioneer Days in Florida Project

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, Special Collections
Rights Management:
Restricted access;
Resource Identifier:
028047731
System ID:
AA00017187:00003

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AmericAn liotel,...or. of Barclay & Broadway,... Taber & 8on'
Ast(r Hiiouse ....... 221 Broidway........ Colt man A Stetpon'
Barclay Str#.-t Ilotel .....\Wet c. HBarclay....... V. Nn luren.
Bond Strevt llouse......... 665 Briodway ....... Charles Plinta.
BroadiHy Htel ..........1 I'rk 'lHce.............. D. Bixbiy.
Battery llIol........... 4 iattry Ice......................
Carltiom House,.......... O Bradwny,...... .. T. I c. Hlodes.
City lote1l............. 49 PBroadway ...... Genre IV Ilarp-1.
Clitlord ltouse. 2 & 25 I'rk PIlace & 21 Murray Street.........
Collamore Hotel...... 53" BRn'adwar ..........(George M1. Perry.
College IIotel....28 & 311 luray t'reet...J.hnes ,M. Sandorson.
I)eltvan Hou e .......... Union Place ......... W. A Ie-lavon.
Delmconico's olitel....25 Brcadwhy,......Lorenzo Delmonieo.
p:unlp's lotl,........... 135 Fulton, ......... V. ( unlap.
'i-arle's fol, ......... 17 & 19 Park Row,.........W. P Earle.
3x,'hHnx e I lotel.......... 13:1 Fulton.......... P-ter ILokwood.
'Fren-h's Ilotel...City lI0u .'Sqiire. cur. Frankfort.. It French.
,.Flhremc' Hotel ...... 4010 roaHdway......... Reuben Lovejoyy.
Fulton [Itel......... 161 K. Kroadway ......... John Mirpliy.
Grammercy hlouse........ 908 Hliroadway,.... ....G DjnHadi.
'Glolie Hotel........... 66 Broadway........... James II Paut.
Girard tluse..... Hudson 'r iChnbinher-st..... Davis & Damon.
Iluward House,.... .... 4:34 BroHdway .......... Isaac T.'Cox.
)howard ilotel,......... 176i BroHdway..........Clark & Bailey.
!':otol de Paris ......... 290 Broad way,......... A ntoineVienes.
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Legal Interest Table.
Exhibiting the legal rates of Interest allowed in the different States
and Territories withinthe United States, with the punishment in.
jlicted for Usury in each State.
Maine--Six per cent; forfeit of the claim for usury.
New Hampshire-Six per cent; forfeit of thrice the amount
unlawfully taken.
Vermont-Six per cent; recovery in an action, with costs.
Massachusetts-Six per cent; forfeit of thrice the usury.
Rhode Island-Six per cent; forfeit of the usury and interest
on the debt.
Connecticut-Six per cent; forfeit of the whole debt.
New York-Seven per cent; usurious contracts void.
New Jersey-Seven per cent; forfeit of the whole debt.'.
Pennsylvania-Six per cent; forfeit of the whole debt.
Delaware---Six per cent; forfeit of the whole debt.
Maryland-Six, and on tobacco contracts, eight per cent;
usurious contracts void.
SVirgini'-Six per cent; forfeit double the usury taken.
North Carolina-Six per cent; contracts for usury void, and
forleit double the usury.
South Carolina-Seven per cent; forfeit of interest and pre-.
imium taken, with costs to debtors.
A Georgia-Eight per cent; forfeit thrice the usury, and con-
iracts void.
SAlabama-Eight per cent; forfeit of interest and usury.
i. Mlssissippi -Six per cent on contracts"made since 1840; eight
on loaned.
Louisiana-Five per cent; bank interest 6; and conventional
as high as 18; beyond that, contract void.
Tennessee-Six per cent; usurious contracts void.
SKentucky--ix per cent; usury recoverable with costs.
Ohio-Six per cent; on written agreements may go as high
as 10.
AIndiana-Six per cent; a fine of double the excess.
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April............. 25130i6 3:14 365 311 61 91122 153 no3 v14 244
May.................................. 5'2r7'3114 35.65 31 6 9 153 1 21
June : .................................. l. 45'273314 :34 365 31 61 9 1-" l 153 IS
July................................. 1l44 .151:43 214 3W4 :315 365; 31 61 91o 1-M 151'
Angnst ................................. 153111%4 -1. 1.#43 273 3o4,3:14 365 31 .l1 92:12,
Seplimnber .............................. 1-22153 1x1 -2l' 24-1.1732Wb 3W34 5 3 0s5 o l 9
Ocitoher ................................. S- .i'5 151 to2 '112143 213 3114 3341366 81 61
November ............................. 61 9-2:12 151 II 0211 143 213 3W1334 365 3(
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