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FLORIDA


LIBRARY


BULLETIN


Published at Intervals at JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


APRIL 1930


No. 2


Preliminary Check List


of
FLORIDIANA 1500-1865

in the

LIBRARIES of FLORIDA


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Vol. 2









INTRODUCTION


The present compilation is a serious attempt
to begin the checking of Floridiana in the libraries
and institutions of Florida. Such a task has never
been done, and, it is with pleasure that I present
to the libraries of Florida the first working list for
their use, as part of the activities of the Florida
Library Association.
There is no question that such a checklist is
needed and has been needed for many years. The
calls being made on Florida libraries, the natural
depositories of such material, by students and his-
torians have increased and will increase due to the
growing interest in the history of Florida. The
first attempt at a bibliography of Floridiana was
that of the anthropologist and historian, Daniel G.
Brinton, whose "Florida Peninsula," Phil. 1859,
is still the best single account of the literature of
the state from the period of discovery to the
period immediately before the Civil War. I rec-
ommend this little book to all libraries which do
not already possess a copy. The literature on
Florida maps is much more extensive due to the
energetic work of the late Woodbury Lowery
whose Descriptive List of the Maps of the Span-
ish Possessions in the U. S. 1502-1820, issued by
the Library of Congress is invaluable to the Flor-
ida librarian as are, also, the volumes in the tre-
mendous work of Philip Lee Philips entitled A
List of Geographic Atlases in the Library of Con-
gress, one of the great works of American bibli-
ography. I suggest also that if you can secure the
catalogues of Americana issued by the book shop
of Maggs Brothers, London, you will find them
a mine of source material and bibliographic in-
formation. The Library of Congress Catalogue
cards of Floridiana serve as an excellent checklist
to the great collection of Floridiana now in Wash-
ington.
It is important to note also the fine work being
done by the historical Societies of the State. The
Florida Historical Society publishes a quarterly
magazine containing valuable contributions and
the Florida State Historical Society at Stetson Uni-
versity is undertaking the publication of various
volumes treating the history of the state. The pub-
lications of the latter society are among the most
important historical productions in America and
should be in every library in Florida. In this con-
nection it is interesting to know that at some time,
in the near future we hope, the Florida State His-
torical Society will publish a complete bibliography


of the Floridiana in the United States. The value
of such a work cannot be overestimated from the
viewpoint of the librarian.
In order that we may secure the best results
from this checklist I would like to suggest that
there be appointed a standing committee of the
Florida Library Association on Floridiana to con-
sider among others, the following points:
a. The exchange and inter-library loans of
books for the use of historians and students
among the libraries of the state.
b. Revising and keeping the checklist up-
to-date.
Work of this kind must be, of course, kept
closely in the channels of library activities. Flor-
ida libraries cannot turn themselves into museums
or storehouses, but the acquisition of books, maps,
and manuscripts, relating to the history of this
state is part of the duty of every library in order
to answer the questions asked daily and to aid
further those who are genuinely trying to complete
the history of Florida.
With this in mind, this bibliography has been
compiled in order, also, that each library may
know what is contained in the other libraries, and
needless expensive duplication may not occur.
Whatever imperfections this list may contain must
be laid to the difficulties of compiling such a work
under the pressure of carrying on the multiplicity
of duties that fall to the librarian. I wish to
thank all of the librarians of the state who cor-
dially aided by sending their lists; also, the sec-
retaries of the various societies and institutions.
Particular thanks are due to the officials of the
St. Augustine Historical Society who presented a
complete bibliography of that fine collection.
To Miss Pattie Frost, Reference Librarian of
the Jacksonville Public Library and Editor of the
F. L. A. Bulletin, goes the credit for the major
task of conducting the correspondence and the
compilation of the material submitted, for which
she is due high appreciation for her service. Mr.
Carl Bohnenberger, who has charge of the special
collection of Floridiana in the Jacksonville Public
Library deserves hearty thanks for his part in the
addition of numerous maps and for aid in the re-
vision that has gone into the compilation.
JOSEPH F. MARRON
President, Florida Library Association

































Legend

A Albertson Public Library, Orlando
B Bartow Public Library, Bartow
Bn Carnegie Library, Bradenton
C Fla. State College for Women Library, Tallahassee
D Dickinson Memorial Library, Orange City
DB S. Cornelia Young Memorial Library, Daytona Beach
E Memorial Public Library, Eustis
F Florida Historical Society, Jacksonville
J Free Public Library, Jacksonville
M Flagler Memorial Library, Miami
N U. S. Naval Air Station Library, Pensacola
0 Ocala Public Library, Ocala
P Palatka Library, Palatka
R Rollins College Library, Winter Park
S Sanford Public Library, Sanford
SA St. Augustine Historical Society, St. Augustine
SL Florida State Library, Tallahassee
SP Public Library, St. Petersburg
T Tampa Public Library, Tampa
U University of Florida Library, Gainesville
W Winter Park Public Library, Winter Park









FLORIDA LIBRARY BULLETIN



Floridiana in the Libraries and Institutions of Florida


BOOKS


Account of Exploits of Florida of Ribald, Laudonniere,
de Gourges, by Pieter Vander Aa. Leyden. Old Dutch.
Illustrated by LeMoyne.-F.
Adventures of an English Soldier in the U. S. Army; the
Mexican War, comprising incidents and adventures.
N. Y. 1860.-J.
Alvord, Benjamin. Address before the Dialectic Society
of the Corps of Cadets in Commemoration of . nine
graduates of the Military Academy and other officers
S. who fell in the battles which took place in Florida
S. N. V. 1839.-J.
American Military Atlas; Being an Approved Collection
of Correct Maps, Both General and Particular of the
British Colonies . London (1776) The Sayer and
Bennet Atlas, known as the "Holster Atlas," with the
Romans Map of the South and Florida.-J.
American Military Biography . Anecdotes of the
officers of the Revolution . (Printed for the sub-
scribers) 1825. Note: Page 39-43 James Gadsden. Also
life of Gilbert Motier de La Fayette.-J-SA.
The American's Own Book. N. Y., Leavitt & Allen, 1858.
(Contains lives of the signers, etc. Interesting accounts
of those sent to St. Augustine in the Revolution).-J
-SA.
Annual Register or a View of the History, Politics and
Literature for the year 1763. 4th ed. London, J. Dodsley,
1776. With map of Florida.-J (Library has 1758 to
1818 inclusive). 1763.-SA.
Archive General de Indias. Spanish-Typed copies of docu-
ments from Archive General de Indias, Sevilla. Leg.
372, 1764, Numero 2. Inventorio de los Ornamentos
Altares, efigies, Campanas y Alhajas pertenecientes a sla
Inglesia Parroquial y a las Cofradias del Presidio de
San Agustin de la Florida . (The Inventory has
been translated into English by Miss Kate Foster, but
not the early history).-SA. Calcos (sketches in ink)
de las Filigranas que tiene el Papel del Documento
Inventario.-SA. Seccion XI Papeles de Cuba Leg. 372
Numero 8. Yndice de la Reales Cedulas, ordenes, e
Ynstrucciones, pertenecientes al Presidio de San Agus-
tin de Florida. ano 1748-1791. Seccion XI Mayo 21, 1791,
No. 2. About the coming of the Irish priests, and
building and adorning two hermitages, one . San
Juan and the other Santa Maria. (Plans of these two
missions are in the Library of Congress. Manuscript
Div.)-SA.
Atlantic, Gulf and West India Transit Company. An act
to incorporate. N. Y., Read, n.d. circa 1872.-J.
Audubon, John James. ("A naturalist's excursion in Flor-
ida;" mimeographed copy written by John James Audu-
bon from Bulowville, Florida, 1831.-R.
D'Avitt, Pierre. Description general de L'Amerique . .
de L'Afrique . Paris. 1643.-J.
Banvard, Joseph, 1810-1887. Novelties of the new world.
Bost., Gould and Lincoln, 1856.--J-SA.
Banvard, Joseph, 1810-1887. Romance of American his-
tory, as illustrated in the early events connected with
the French settlement at Fort Caroline; the Spanish
colony at St. Augustine, and the English plantation at
Jamestown. Illustrated. Best., Gould and Lincoln, 1860.
-J.
(Barcia Carballido y Zuniga, Andres Gonzales de). Ensa-
yo cronologico, para la historic general de la Florida
. 1512 . 1722. Por Gabriel de Cardenas z Cane
pseudd.) Madrid, N. R. France, 1723.-J-SA.
Bartlett, D. V. Life of Gen. Franklin Pierce. Auburn,
1852.-J.
Bartlett, T., Speech of against paying the claim of heirs
of James C. Watson . Wash. 1852.-J.
Bartram, John. A description of East Florida with a
journal kept by John Bartram of Philadelphia; 3rd. ed.
Lend., W. Nicoll, 1769. Also Reprint of 1st. ed. from
the original of 1765, by The Florida Mirror, Fernandina,
Fla., 1881.-SA.


Bartram, William. Travels through North and South
Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida. Philadelphia:
Printed by James, 1791; London: Reprinted by J. John-
son, in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1792.
B-
IF-1792.
J-1792.
SA-194--(Contains a map of the Coast of East Flor-
ida from the River St. John's southward to near cape
Canaveral).
Biddle. Biography of American Indians. 1837. (A few
Florida).-O.
Bill, Ledyard, 1836. A winter in Florida; or, Observations
on the soil, climate and products of our semi-tropical
State; with sketches of the principal towns and cities
in eastern Florida ... N. Y., Wood and Holbrook, 1869.
-J--M.
Billy Bowlegs. (In Harper's Weekly, June 12, 1858, p.
376-378).-J-SA.
Blanc, Vincent le. World surveyed: or famous voyages
S. .rendered into English by F. B., London . 1660.
-J.
Blatchford, Richard M. Extract from a report to the
trustees of the Apalachicola Land Company. . Made
May 17, 1837. N. Y., J. M. Elliott, 1849. (Bound
pamphlet).-SA.
Bonnycastle, Sir Richard Henry. Spanish America; or,
A descriptive, historical and geographical account of
the dominions of Spain in the Western Hemisphere,
continental, and insular, illustrated by a map of North
and South America, and the West Indies. Philadelphia,
Abraham Small (?) 1819.-SP.
Bowles, William Augustus. Biography of General Wil-
liam Augustus Bowles (in Public Characters. Balti-
more, 1803).-J.
Berewood, Edward. Enquiries Touching the diversity of
Languages and Religions . London, 1622.-J.
Bremer, Fredrika. Homes of the New World; Impres-
sions of America. N. Y., 1853. 2 vol.-J.
Brinton, Daniel Garrison, 1837-1899. Notes on the Flor-
idian peninsular, its literary history, Indian tribes and
antiquities. Phil., J. Sabin, 1859.-J.-O.-R.-SA.-SL.
-SP.
Broadside-Song: The Dismal Swamp. 4 verses. 1865.-J.
Brownell Charles De Wolf. Indian races of North and
South America. Hartford, 1865. Contains section: In-
dians of Florida.-J.
Brownell, Henry Howard. The pioneer heroes of the
New World. Boston, Milton F. Hewes & Co., 1857.-SA.
Brownell, Henry Howard. North and South America.
Hartford, Conn. Published by subscription, Hurlbut
Williams & Co., 1863. 2 v.-SA.
Bryant, William Cullen. Letters of a traveller. N. Y.
Putnam, 1850. (Contains Florida material).-J.-SA.
Cabell, Edward Carrington, 1816-1896. Speech on the sub-
ject of fortifying Key West and Tortugas, prepared
from notes of remarks made by him in the House of
Representatives, Tuesday, Dec. 21, 1853. 12p. Wash-
ington, Congressional Globe, 1853.-J.-SL.
Caceres, A part of Dr. Caceres Report on conditions in
Saint Augustin, 1574. (Translation by Miss Ross of
California).-SA.
Carroll, B. R., comp. Historical collections of South
Carolina. N. Y. Harper, 1836. 2 v. (Note: Many re-
ports concerning Florida).-J.-SA.
Castillo, Bernal Diaz, del. Historia verdadera de la con-
quista de la neuva Espana; Madrid, 1795. 4 v.-R.
Catesby, Mark, 1679(?)-1749. The natural history of Caro-
lina, Florida and the Bahama Islands: containing the
figures of birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, insects, and
plants: particularly the forest-trees, shrubs, and other
plants, not hitherto described, or very incorrectly
figured by authors. Together with their descriptions in
English and French. London, printed at the expense
of the author, 1731-1743.--SA.









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Charlevoix, Pierre Francois Xavier de, 1682-1761. History
and general description of New France, tr. with notes
by John Gilmary Shea; 1st ed. N. Y. Shea, 1866-1872.
6 v.-SA.
Chateaubriand, Francois Auguste Rend, Vicomte de.
Travels in America and Italy. London, Henry Colburn,
1828. 2 v.-SA.
Chauveton, Urbain. Brief Discours et Histoire D' un Voy-
age de quelques Francois en la Florida . 1579. (A
reprint circa 1860).-J.
Civil WTar. Circular. Dated from Jacksonville, June 12,
1865. The Amnesty Proclamation.-J.
Claiborne, Nathaniel Herbert, 1777-1859. Notes on the
war in the South, with biographical sketches of Mont-
gomery, Jackson, Sevier, the late Gov. Claiborne, and
others. Richmond, Va., Wm. Ramsey, 1819.-SP.
Clavreul, H. P. Notes on the Catholic Church in Florida,
1565-1876. St. Leo, Fla., Abbey Press, n. d.-J.-SA.
Clay, Henry. Speech of Henry Clay on the Seminole
War. Delivered Jan. 18, 1819.-J.
Clegihorn, George. Observations on the diseases of Minor-
ca from the year 1744 to 1749, with . account of
inhabitants, 4th ed. London, T. Cadell, 1769.-SA.
Cohen, Myer M. Notices of Florida and the campaigns.
By M. M. Cohen, (an officer of the left wing). Charles-
ton, S. C., Burges and Honour; N. Y., B. B. Hussey,
1836.-F.--J.-SA.-SL.-IT.
Collection of Voyages, in seven volumes; second ed. Lon-
don, 1766. Maps by T. Jefferies. Florida contents:
V. 1, Map of West Indies including Florida; Map of
Mexico, New Spain including Florida. V. 3, Voyages
for discovery of Florida, p. 1-36. V. 7, Map of the
World, Map of Atlantic Ocean.-SA.
A Complete Historical, chronological and geographical
American atlas; being a guide to the History of North
and South America and the West Indies . together
with the wars, celebrated battles and remarkable events
to the year 1826. According to the Plan of Le Sage's
Atlas, and intended as a companion to Lavoisne's im-
provement of that celebrated work; 3d ed. Phil. H. C.
Carey and Lea.; London, John Miller; Leipsic and Paris,
Bossange Freres. Mifflin and Parry, Printers, 1827.
(Many maps).-SA.
The Conspiracy in the U. S. Navy against Franklin W.
Smith of Boston, 1861-1865.-SA.
. Cronicles General de Espana, printed 1866-1870, in-
cluding Provinces of Asturias and Cadiz. The latter
contains a history of the Ponce de Leon family for
centuries. Madrid, Rubio, Grilo y Vitturi, 1868. 6 v.
-SA.
Croom, H. B. Floral calendar of Middle Florida during
a portion of the year 1833, from American Journal of
Science, 1833.-J.
Darby, William, 1775-1854. Memoir on the geography, and
natural and civil history of Florida, attended by a map
of that country, connected with the adjacent places:
and an appendix, containing the Treaty of Cession, and
other papers relative to the subject. By William
Darby . Philadelphia, Printed by T. H. Palmer, 1821.
-F.--J.-SA.
Darby, William. View of the United States. Philadel-
phia, H. S. Tanner, 1828.-SA.
Davis, John, tr. Travels in Louisiana and The Floridas.
N. Y., 1806.-J.
De Bry, Theodorus Von. De Bry . first edition. Parts
1-4-5-7 Bohne, prtd. in Frankfurt on the Mayn, 1600.
(In the German). . The nine parts of De Bry Amer-
icae. Frankfurt on Mayn, 1590-1602, T. De Bry. (In
the Latin).-SA.
Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendship between His
Britannick Majesty and the King of Spain. Signed at
Versailles the 3rd of September, 1783. London, 1783.-
F.-J.
De Onis, Luis D. Memoir upon the negotiations between
Spain and the United States of America which led to
the Treaty of 1819 . Baltimore, 1821.-J.
Descripcion del festival dia . Salamanca, per Joseph
Gomez de los Cubos . Amibla y Tejada, 1662.-SA.
Diccionario geografico universal pintoresco, de las cinco
parties del Mundo. Barcelona, Imprenta de la Viuda de
Mayol, 1844. 2 v.-SA.


Diccionario Historico, Genealogico y Heraldico de las Fa-
milias de la Monarquia Espana, por Vilar y Pascual,
8 v. Madrid, Imprenta de D. F. Sanchez a cargo de
Augustin Espinoza, 1859-1866.-SA.
Dickinson, Jonathan, d. 1722. God's protecting providence,
man's surest help and defence, in times of greatest
difficulty . 3rd ed. Philadelphia, printed; London,
re-printed, F. Sowle, 1720. 3rd ed. . SA. 4th ed.
Phil., W. Bradford, 1751.-J.-SA. 7th ed. Lend., J.
Phillips, 1790.-F. Dutch ed., with map of Florida,
Leyden, Pieter Van der Aa, 1706.-F.-SA.
Dickinson, Jonathan, d. 1722. The shipwreck and dread-
ful sufferings of Robert Barrow, with divers other per-
sons, amongst the inhuman canibals of Florida. Salem,
O., Re-published by J. Schinn, 1826.-A.
Drake, Sir Francis. Very old life of Drake. No date.
Old engravings of Drake. No date. Life of Drake in
magazine. 1740. (Magazine articles and mounts).-SA.
Drake, Samuel G. The book of the Indians of North
America; 4th ed. Boston, Drake, 1835? Also 7th od.
Boston, Antiquarian Institute. 1837.-SA.
Dresser, Amos. Narrative of, with Stone's letters and
two letters from Tallahassee. N. Y. 1836. (Slavery in
Florida.)-.J.
Dusenberry, B. M. Monument to the memory of General
Andrew Jackson. Phil. 1846.-J.
Duval, John P. Compilation of the Public Acts of the
Legislative Council of Florida. Passed prior to 1840.
Tallahassee, 1839.-J.
Eden, Richard. The first three English books on Ameri-
ca (?1511)-1555 A. D.; being chiefly translations, com-
pilations, etc . from the writings, maps, etc. of
Pietro Martire . Sebastian Munster, Sebastian Cabot
and Lopez de Gomara and others; ed. by Edward Arber.
Birmingham, 1885.-J.
Edwards, B. B. ed. Yearbook. Contains engraving of
Osceola the year he died and an account of his life
and death. Philadelphia, Herman Hooker, 1838.-SA.
Edwards, Bryan. The history, civil and commercial of
the British colonies in the West Indies; 2d ed. 1794.
London, John Stockade, 1794. 2 v. V. 1-New map
of the West Indies . shows south part of Florida.
This book contains many maps and engravings, also
account of "hanging alive in chains" in Jamaica.-8A.
The English Pilot; 4th book; describing West India navi-
gation, from Hudson's Bay to the River Amazones.
Lond., Prtd. for IV. and J. Mount, 1759. Note: Maps
and sea charts, including Florida.-SA.
Escalera, Evaristo. Cronica del principado de Asturias
. Madrid, Aquiles Ronchi, 1866. Note: Portrait and
sketch of Pedro Mendez de Aviles, p. 92.-SA.
Exquemelin, Alexander Oliver, 1645'-1707. (Oexmelin or
Esquemeling).
Exquemelin, A. O. The buccaneers of America. Lond.,
n. d. Swan Sonnenschein, n. d.-SA.
Esquemeling, Alexander Oliver. Historic der Boecaniers
of Vrybuyters van America. Amsterdam, Nicolaas ten
Hoorn, 1700.-SA.
Oexmelin, Alexandre-Olivier. Histoire de avanturiers fli-
bustiers, A. Trevoux, par la compagnie, 1744. 4 v.-SA.
Fairbanks, George Rainsford, 1820-1906. The history and
antiquities of the city of St. Augustine, Florida, found-
ed A. D. 1565 . By George R. Fairbanks . N. Y.
C. B. Norton, 1858. 1st ed.-A.-C.-J.-SA. .. (Letter
by G. R. Fairbanks to Rev. Dr. Perry, Nov. 20, 1871
in the book Map of part of St John's River, Map of
part of Florida.)-SP.
Ferrer, D. JosA. Album del Ejercito Espanol, por D. Jos6
Ferrer. Madrid, n. p. in v. I, Hortelano y compania,
1846, V. 2. Note: Colored pictures of soldiers in various
uniforms from early days.-SA,
Fish, Jesse. "Account book of Jesse Fish" of property
that was transferred to him 1763 by Spaniards, list of
owners and to whom places were transferred, 1763-1790.
Spanish-Typed copy of document too frail to photo-
stat, by Miss Spofford.-SA.
Florida Boundary Line. Message of the President of the
U. S. . relative to the proceedings of the Commis-
sioner for running the Boundary Line between the U. S.
and East and West Florida. Wash., 1797.-J.
Florida-Constitution. Constitution or form of govern-
ment for the people of Florida. Tallahassee, Office of
the Floridian and Journal, 1861.-C.-J.









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Florida-Constitution. Constitution or form of govern-
ment for the people of Florida. Tallahassee, Office of
the Floridian; Printed by Dyke and Sparhawk, 1865.
-J.-M.
Florida-Convention, 1861-1862. Journal of the proceed-
ings of the Convention of the people of Florida. Talla-
hassee, Office of the Floridian and Journal, printed by
Dyke and Carlisle, 1861.-J.-C.-U.
Florida Legislative Council. Act of entitled An Act to
Raise a Revenue in the Territory of Florida. Wash.,
1823.-J.
Florida-Legislature. Acts and resolutions adopted by
the General Assembly of Florida at its Fourteenth
session. Tallahassee, Dyke and Sparhawk, 1866 (orig-
inal).-C.
Florida-Legislature. Acts and resolutions of the Gen-
eral Assembly of the State of Fla. passed at its fourth
session. Tallahassee, 1849.-J.
Florida-Legislature. Acts and resolutions of the State
of Florida. 10th session, 1860-1861. Tallahassee, 1861.
-J.
Florida-Legislature. House and Senate Journals, 1852-
53; House Journals: 1854; 1855; 1856; 1858; 1860; 1861;
1865; 1866. Senate Journals: 1840 with Legislative Coun-
cil proceedings; 1855; 1859; 1862; 1864; 1866.-J.
Florida Railroad Company. Charter of the Florida Rail-
road and the Internal Improvement Act of Florida.
Wash., 1855.-J.
The Florida Pirate, or, An account of a cruise in the
schooner Esparanza, with a sketch of the life of her
commander. N. Y., W. Borradaile, 1823.-SA. (In
Blackwood's Magazine, v. 9: 516).-J.
Florida-Purchase. Letter from the Secretary of the
Treasury, April 15, 1806, on the Purchase of Florida.
-SA.
Florida-Purchase. Report of the Committee 11th Feb.,
1803. House of Representatives, on purchase of Florida
and' New Orleans.-SA.
Florida-Secretary of State. Letters from the Secretary
of State . Cession of the Floridas, March 14, 1820.
Doc. 96.-SA.
Florida (Spanish translations). Photostat copy of Mem-
orial of the principal villages, churches and missions-
Province of Florida. 1657. Buckingham Smith Coll.
N. Y. Translation in English by Rev. Dr. P. C. H.
Wendle. Extract from letter of De Cansu 23 Feb., 1598.
Buckingham Smith Coll. Tr. by Dr. Wendle. Report of
Spanish government on siege of Moore, written 1703.
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-SA.
(La) Florida Del Ynca, Historia del Adelantado Hernando
de Soto. Printed in Lisbon, by Pedro Crasbeck, 1605.
-F.
Forbes, James Grant. Sketches, historical and topographi-
cal, of the Floridas; more particularly of East Florida.
N. Y., C. S. Van Winkle, 1821.-F-J.-J.-SA.
Fowler, Andrew. A short account of the rise and progress
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the City of St.
Augustine. Charleston, S. C., Dan J. Dowling, 1835.
-SA.
Fraser, John. Case of John Fraser. East Florida Claims.
n. d. n. p.-J.
French, Benjamin Franklin, comp. Historical collections
of Louisiana, embracing many rare and valuable docu-
ments relating to the natural, civil and political his-
tory of that state. Comp. with historical and biograph-
ical notes, and an introduction. N. Y., Wiley and Put-
nam; etc., etc. 1846-1853. (First three volumes only
of 5 v. set). Imprint varies: v. 1, New York, Wiley
and Putnam, 1846. - v. 2, Philadelphia. Daniels and
Smith, 1850. v. 3, New York, D. Appleton and Com-
pany, 1851.-SA. vol. 1-J.
Gadsden, James. Oration delivered to the Florida Insti-
tute of Agriculture, Antiquities and Science at its first
public anniversary the 4th of Jan., 1827. Critical note
on the speech from N. A. Review, July, 1827.-J.
Garcilaso de la Vega, el Inca, ca. 1540-1616. Historic de
la conquete de la Floride. composer en espagnol par
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. 2ndl ed. Philadelphia, M. E. Harmstead, 1849.-C.
-J.
Shea, John Dawson Gilmary. Ancient Florida. (With
a critical essay on the sources of information). In
Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical history of
America. N. Y., Houghton, 1884-89. v. 2 1886. p.
231-298.-J.-SA.
Shea, John G. Catholic missions among the Indian tribes
of the U. S., 1529-1854. N. Y., E. Duncan and Bro., ,
599 Broadway, c1854. N. Y., P. J. Kennedy, Excelsior
Catholic pub. house, 5 Barclay St., 1881. Note: This
includes the Spanish missions in Florida.-SA.
Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870. The lily and the
totem; or, The Huguenots in Florida. A series of
sketches picturesque and historical, of the colonies of
Coligni, in North America. 1562-1570. (1st ed.) N. Y.,
Baker and Scribner, 1850.-A.-Bd.-J. 1870 ed.-SA.
Smith, Buckingham i. e. Thomas Buckingham, 1810-1871.
Coleccion de varies documents pare la historic do la
Florida y tierras adyacentes. Lend., Trubner y com-
pania, 1857, for Jose Rodriguez, Madrid.--J. (Incom-
plete copy).-SA.
Smith, Buckingham. The Timuquana Language. From
Historical Magazine, 1858.-J.
Smith, Captain John. General Historic of Virginia, New
England and the Summer Iles . divided in six books.
V. II. Reprint 1819 of London edition of 1629. The
travels, adventures and observations of Captain John
Smith. V. I.-SA.
Smith, Jos. L. Opinion of upon the Claim of F. de la
Maza Arredondo. Charleston, 1831.-J.
Smyth, Alexander, 1765-1820. Speech of the Hon. Alex-
ander Smyth on the Seminole War. January 21 (1819)
Speech of Mr. Otis on the Restriction of Slavery, Jan.
25,1820. (Bound together).-SA.
Soto, Hernando de, ca. 1500-1542. Narratives of the career
of Hernando de Soto as told by a Knight of Elvas,
and in a relation by Luys Hernandez de Biedma, tr. by
Buckingham Smith. N. Y. Bradford Club, 1866.-SA.
Soto, Hernando de, ca. 1500-1542. Voyage of Don Ferd-
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South Florida railroad, Passenger dept. Gate City route,
South Florida railroad. 1840.-SL.
"Southerner." Osceola; or, Fact and Fiction. N. Y., 1838.
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Spanish Escrituras. Typed Briefs of Spanish Escrituras,
in English, by Miss Spofford. These contain wills, sales
of slaves and real estate, Powers Attorney, statements
of shipwrecks, etc, as follows: July 15, 1784 to Feb.,
1787, L. C.; March 16, 1787 to Dec. 6, 1790, L. C.; Jan.
12, 1791 to Dec. 20, 1792, L. C.; Jan. 9, 1793 to Dec.
20, 1794, L. C.; Jan. 12, 1797 to Dec. 29, 1798, L. C.;
Jan. 12, 1799 to Nov. 22, 1800, L. C.; Jan. 2, 1801 to
Dec. 30, 1802, L. C.; Jan., 1803 to Dec. 29, 1804 (In
St. Johns Co. Court House trans. of brief, made by Miss
Emily L. Wilson, Librarian, St. Aug. Hist. Soc.)-SA.
Jan. 10, 1805 to Dec. 6, 1806, by Miss Spofford, L. C.;
Jan. 13, 1807 to Dec. 24, 1808, by Miss Spofford, L. C.;
Jan. 3, 1811 to Jan. 12, 1812, by Miss Spofford, L. C.;
Jan. 13, 1813 to Dec. 22, 1814, by Miss Spofford, L. C.;
Jan. 7, 1815 to Dec. 24, 1816, by Miss Spofford, L. C.;
-SA.









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Spanish Printed Documents. 1, Memorial sobre Conver-
sion de Indios Castillo (Fr. Francisco), 1729. 2, Mem-
orial sobre el Estado de la Florida Florencia (Fr. An-
tonic de) 1705-1713. 3, Abstracto de la Dependencia de
los Conventos de Religiosos de San Francisco, 1612. 4,
Cedulas de Su Majestad . San Francisco, 1718-1729.
5, Memorial sobre . la Provincia de Santa Elena de
la Florida Bermejo (Fr. Juan) 1739. (Fastened to-
gether)-SA.
Sprague, John Titeomb, 1810-1878. The origin, progress,
and conclusion of the Florida war. N. Y. Appleton;
Philadelphia, G. S. Appleton, 1848.-C.-J.-SA.-SL.
-SP.
Statement of the Case of the bonds and guarantees issued
by the Territory of Florida . Phil. 1847.-J.
Tanner, H. S. Memoir of recent surveys . in the U.
S. Philadelphia, by the author, 1829.-SA.
Tanner, H. S. .Tanner's American traveller. N. Y., Pub-
lished at the Map establishment, 1846. Large map of
Florida, 1823. Tanner atlas. 1843. (Contains map of
Florida, 1839).-SA.
Tarbox, Increase N. See Schneider, James H.
Taylor, Zachary. Life and public services of General
Z. Taylor, by an officer of the U. S. A., N. Y., H. Long
and brother, 1846.-SA.
Thompson, Leslie A. Manual or Digest of the Statute
Law of the State of Florida. Boston, 1847.-J.
Ticknor, George. History of Spanish Literature, by George
Ticknor; 1st ed. Lond., 1849, 3v.-J.-SA.
Timuquana Language. Books published in the language,
from Historical Magazine, Feb., 1860.-J.
Torquemada, Juan de. Monarchia Indiana, by Juan de
Torquemada, written 1615. Printed Madrid, Nicholas
Rodriguez Franco, 1723. 21 books in 3v. Note: Map
of North and South America. v. 3, Chap. 20 and 22
Florida. Foundation of Province of St. Elena and
death of the Friars.-SA.
The Town and country magazine; or, Universal repository
of knowledge. v. 8, 1776. London, Prtd. for A. Ham-
ilton. Note: Chap. on Florida, p. 522-525, in article
"The Present State of America."-SA.
Trumbull, H. Clay. Sermon Preached to the 10th Con-
necticut Regiment at St. Augustine, Florida. April 10,
1864. Hartford, 1864.-J.
Trumbull, Henry. History of discovery of America, etc.
S. .the Creek and Seminole War, etc. Note: Page 225,
Picture of Milly Francis and her father.-SA.--J. 1833
ed. with picture.
U. S. Adjutant Gen'l. Court Martial. August 26, 1826:
Lieut. J. B. Triplett. Court Martial. Aug. 28, 1826.
Col. T. Chalmers.-J.
U. S. Congress-Senate. Abstract of THE PERMITS grant-
ed under the ACTS for the Armed Occupation of
Florida, 1842. (to company Senate Document No. 39)
Contains a list of all permits for land registered at
St. Augustine and Nunansville. Note: This is an im-
portant document as it is said the original records
were lost in a fire. A Plat of the Peninsula of Florida,
1843, showing the present Field of surveying.-SA.
U. S. Congress-Senate. Report . Senate, Feb. 17, 1823.
Customs on articles shipped from the Port of St. Au-
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U. S. 18th Congress, 2d session. Land Claims and Grants.
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U. S. 18th Congress, 2d session-Senate. Report No. 17,
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17, 1825.-SA.
U. S. 19th Congress, 1st session. No. 1. Documents accom-
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U. S. 19th Congress, 1st session House Doe. 115. Land
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U. S. 21st Congress, 1st session-House Doc. 51. Land
Claims and grants. Private land claims, Florida.-J.


U. S. 22nd Congress, 1st session-House. Doc. 43. Bound-
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U. S. 22d Congress, 1st session-House. Doc. 274. Land
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U. S. 23rd Congress, 1st session-Senate. No. 323. Report
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U. S. 23rd Congress, 2d session-Senate. No. 39. Docu-
ments relating to Senate Bill No. 53 "for the comple-
tion of certain improvements in Florida" (roads and
rivers). Jan. 5, 1835.-SA.
U. S. 24th Congress, 1st session-House. Doc. 58. Jan. 12,
1836. Submitted by Mr. White of Florida, Acts of Flor-
ida incorporating a life insurance company and certain
railroad companies. Blair and Rivers prts. Contents:
I-East Florida R. R. Co.; 2, Pensacola and Perdido R.
R. and Canal; 3, Southern Life and Insurance Co.; 4-
Union R. R. Co.-SA.
U. S. 25th Congress, 2d session-Senate. (300). Report of
Commissioner of Agriculture to whom was referred the
memorial of Dr. Henry Perrine for grant of land, etc.
in Southern Florida. Contains letters and reports of
Perrine on climate, shrubs, trees, with many plates of
plats, etc. March 12, 1838.-J.-SA.
U. S. 25th Congress, 3d session-House. Doc. 208. Memorial
of the people of the Territory of Florida for admission
into the Union, Feb. 20, 1839. (Note: Enclosed is a
copy of the Constitution or form of government for
the people of Florida, St. Joseph, 3di Dec., 1838)-SA.
U. S. 25th Congress, 3d session-Senate. No. 196. Docu-
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for property destroyed by Indians. Feb. 9, 1839. Blair
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U. S. 26th Congress, 1st session-Senate. Doc. 1. Message
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U. S. 26th Congress-Senate. No. 395. Claims for subsist-
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April 17, 1840. Blair and Rivers prts.-SA.
U. S. 27th Congress, 2d session-House. Doc. 224. State-
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of the U. S., May 12, 1842.-SA.
U. S. 28th Congress, 1st session-House. No. 132. James C.
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Indians.-SA.
U. S. 28th Congress, 1st session-House. No. 140. Keepers
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U. S. 30th Congress, 2d session-Senate. Rep. Com. No. 298.
The Committee on Territories to whom was referred
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U. S. 30th Congress. 2nd Session. Mail Route from
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U. S. President. Message of President . Florida treaty.
March 9, 1820 . Relations with Spain. March 27,
1820.-SA.
U. S. President, 1817-1825 (Monroe) Pamphlets. Message
from the President . the 17th Congress, Dec. 5, 1821.
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delivery of East and West Florida. Messages from the
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Alexander Hamilton and sundry documents. Land Titles
in East Florida, May 1821, and 1824.-SA.
U. S. President. Message from the President of the
United States transmitting a report and sundry docu-
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U. S. President. Message from the President of the
United States transmitting information supplemental
to the revised acts provided for the settlement and
confirmation of private land claims in Florida. Wash.,
1823.-F.









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U. S. President, 1817-1825 (Monroe). Message from the
President of the United States, transmitting copies of
documents referred to in his communication of the
seventeenth ultimo, in relation to the Seminole war, etc.
Dec. 3, 1818 . Wash., Prtd. by E. de Krafft, 181S.
(15th Cong., 2d sess. House. Doc. No. 14).-F.-SA.
U. S. Treasury Department. Letters from Secretary of
the Treasury of the U. S., with regard to Florida Land
Claims. 1825.-SL.
U. S. War Department. Court of inquiry-operations in
Florida and etc; letter from the Secretary of war . .
(Original) n. p. 1838.-C.
U. S. War Department. Treaty with the Florida Indians:
letter from the secretary of war. (Original) Wash.,
Gales and Seaton, 1826.-C.
U. S. War Department. Trials of Generals Scott and
Gaines. 1837.-J.-SL.
Verrazano, Giovanni da, 1470-1527. Johann de Verrazano
in Florida. Leyden, 1706.-F.-J.
Viaud, Pierre. Shipwreck and Adventures of Monsieur
Pierre Viaud. London, 1771.-J.
Vignoles, Charles Blacker, 1793-1875. The history of the
Floridas, from the discovery by Cabot, in 1497, to the
cession of the same to the United States, in 1821 . .
Brooklyn, N. Y., printed by G. L. Birch, 1824.-SA.
Vignoles, Charles Blacker, 1793-1875. Observations upon
the Floridas, by Charles Vignoles . N. Y., E. Bliss
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Vinton, Samuel F. Speech on Bill to admit Florida and
Towa to Union. 1845.-SL.
A vindication of the measures of the President and his
commanding generals . of the Seminole War. Wash-
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Volney, Constantin Francois Chasseboeuf, Comte de, 1757-
1820. A view of the soil and climate of the United
States; tr . with occasional remarks. London, C.
F. Volney, 1804.-F.-J. (Autograph copy.)-SL.
Volney, Constantin Francois Chasseboeuf, Comte de, 1757-
1820. A view of the soil and climate of the United
States; tr. with occasional remarks by C. B. Brown;
with maps and plates. Phil., J. Conrad and Co.; Prtd.
by T. G. Palmer, 116 High St., 1804. Note: Contains
some interesting descriptions of Florida that are not
in all editions of Volney.-SA.
Walker, Jonathan. A brief view of American chatelized
humanity, by Jonathan Walker. Bost., Pub. by the au-
thor, Down and Jackson, prtrs., 1837.-SA.


Walker, Jonathan. Trial and imprisonment of Jonathan
Walker at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to es-
cape from bondage. Boston, Anti-slavery office, 1845.
-J.
Wardes, M. De. Rapport of sur un Ouvrage relatif a la
Floride Occidentale. (French review of J. Lee Williams'
View of Fla., 1827) Paris. circa 1845.-J.
White, Joseph M. New Collection of Laws, Charters and
Local Ordinances . relating to the concessions of
Land. Phil. 1839. 2 v.--J.
lWhitehead, Charles E. Wild Sports in the South; or
The Camp-Fires of the Everglades. N. Y. 1860. Also
the Edinburgh edition of 1891.-J.
Whitney, Thomas R. The ambuscade, an historical poem.
N. Y., J. S. Redfield, 1845. Note: To Brigiadler General
Zachery Taylor.-J.-SA.
Williams ,John Lee. The territory of Florida . N. Y.,
Goodrich, 1837.-C.---J.(with map)-SA. (map missing)
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Williams, John Lee. A view of West Florida, embracing
its geography, topography, etc. With an appendix
treating of its antiquities, land titles, and canals .
Philadelphia, printed for H. S. Tanner and the author,
1827. (Map missing).--J.(with map)-SA.
Wilmer, Lambert A. Life, travels and adventures of
Ferdinand De Soto; illus. Phil., J. T. Lloyd, 1859.-F.
J.-SA. Railroad ed. 1859.-T.
Wilson, Emily L., tr. Index of the Cedulas and Royal
Orders Letters to the Government of St. Augustine,
Florida, from 1595 to 1762 in the Archives of Spain.
(This index is a photostat copy of the original Indexes
in the manuscript division of the Library of Congress.
A translation in English by Emily L. Wilson). (Typed
copy).-SA.
A winter in the West Indies and Florida. By an invalid.
N. Y., Wiley and Putnam, 1839.-Bn.-J.-SA.-SL.
Wynne, Mr. A general history of the British Empire in
America. Lond., printed for W. Richardson and L.
Urquhart, 1770. 2 v. Note: v. 2 contains chapter on
East Florida.-SA.
Yulee, David Levy, 1810-1886. Remarks of Mr. Yulee of
Florida . Senate, Feb., 1848, on Rights of the people
of the U. S. in acquired Territory. Prtd. at the Con-
gressional Globe Office.-SA.


MANUSCRIPTS


Bradford plantation. Bills and receipts for plantation
activities, schools, and doctor's bills, medical service,
etc. on the Bradford plantation and other plantations
near Tallahassee.-C.
Broward, John. Jacksonville-East Florida, Sept. 24, 1845.
Letter to W. D. Mosley, Governor of Florida, recom-
mending Thomas Douglas Esq., signed by John Brow-
ard.-SA.
Call, V. K. Typed copy of letter of V. K. Call, Governor
of Florida to his excellency Martin Van Buren, Presi-
dent of the United States. Tallahassee, July 28, 1839,
about true condition of the Territory.-SA.
Dickson, David. Original Manuscript. Petition of David
Dickson, late Captain, for land, by his attorney, Alex-
ander Dickson, Pensacola, September, 1774; signed by
latter Major and Comanding the troops in West Florida.
-SA.
Duval, William. A. L. S. St. Augustine. Sept. 29, 1845.-J.
Duval, William P. Original Manuscripts. Letter of Win.
P. Duval to Governor Wm. D. Moseley, recommending
Thos. Douglas, Esq., St. Augustine, Sept. 9, 1845.-SA.
Forsyth, John. A. D. S. 1839.-J.
Fort: Dade. .3 A. L. S. (later copies apparently).-J.
Fleishman, Dirk. Original Manuscripts, letters, accounts,
reports in regard to foreclosure, etc. of property of
Dirk Fleishman between John Rodman, St. Augustine
and Robert Toland of Philadelphia and a nephew of
the latter, these contain some data of the Indians,
and about cure for deafness Rodman evidently being
troubled by it.


St. Augustine, June 3, 1829, Rodman to Thos. Rockhill
of Philadelphia. Fleishman debts. Copy of letter June
3, 1829, Signed Rodman to Messrs. McCurdy & Parker,
Philadelphia.
Letter St. Augustine, Oct. 13, 1829, 8 pages, about
notes and mortgage, Rodman to Rockhill, Philadelphia.
-SA.
List of Notes given by Dirk Fleishman.
Letter St. Augustine, January 7, 1837, about bill from
Mr. Gould for ads., foreclosure, names of mortgagees,
etc., dated Oct., 1829, signed Rodman.
Order to John Rodman, Phila., Jan. 28, 1837, by Mort-
gagees, signed by 14 people.
Letter St. Augustine, Feb. 15, 1837, Rodman to Toland,
includes mention of treaty to be made by General Jesup
with Seminoles.
Letter March 3, 1837, Toland to John Rodman.
Letter St. Aug., March 23, 1837, Rodman to Toland.
Letter St. Aug., April 25, 1837, Rodman to Toland.
List of expenses on Fleishman debt to Toland.-SA.
Letter Phila., July 25, 1837, Toland to Rodman.
Letter St. Aug., Aug. 8, 1837, Rodman to Toland.
Letter St. Aug., Sept. 30 ,1837, Rodman to Toland, in-
cludes also an account of Downing and an order for
cure for deafness.
Order by creditors of Fleishman to Rodman to buy in
property when sold under the mortgage.
Letter St. Aug., March 21, 1838, Rodman to Toland.
Letter St. Aug., April 29, 1838, Rodman to Toland.
Letter St. Aug., June 10, 1838, about sale of estate.
6 odd pages of accounts, etc., 1841.
Letter, June 30, 1838, Grigg L. Elliott to Toland.-SA.









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L. Charleston, July 3, 1838, Rodman to Toland.
L. Phila., July 27, 1838, Toland to A. Wright, Esq.
L. St. Aug., Sept. 2, 1838, Rodman to Toland.
L. Phila., Sept. 8, 1838, Toland to Rodman.
L. St. Aug., Sept. 30, 1838, Rodman to Toland. One
page accounts.
L. St. Aug., Nov. 4, 1838, Rodman to Toland. Resale
of House.
L. Phila., Nov. 30, 1838, Toland to Rodman.
L. Phila., June 3, 1840, Bill for survey of land signed
by R. Maccown.
L. St. Aug., June 26, 1840, Rodman to Toland, page of
accounts.-SA.
Lt. St. Aug., June 26, 1840, Rodman to Toland. Page of
accounts.
L. St. Aug., April, 1841, R. J. Mac<:own to Robert Tol-
and. "Dear Uncle" his mother was with him for her
health, interesting letter.
L. St. Aug., May 1, 1841, Rodman to Messrs. Rockhill
and others in Phila. some trouble with Maccown, two
pages of accounts, Copy, St. Aug., May 30, 1841, R. J.
Maccown to John Rodman.
L. St. Aug., May 4, 1841, Rodman to Maccown, trouble.
L. St. Aug., May 4, 1841, Maccown to uncle.
L. March, 1841, Maccown to uncle with accounts. Ac-
count of Dirk Fleishman with Robert Toland.-SA.
Statement Dirk Fleishman's affairs. Marshall's bill. 2
pages about land, etc.
Plan of tract on St. Johns River, from Gomez.
Original Deed for land sold in foreclosure, from Joseph
S. Sanchez Marshall to Thomas C. Rockhill and Robert
Toland, in Mosquito Co. June 6, 1838. Record Book
No. 3 page 282.
Original Deed from Sanchez Marshall, from land in
St. Johns County and house and lot in the City of St.
Aug. to above parties, June 6, 1838. Recorded Deed
Book N page 166.-SA.
Herrera (y Tordesillas) Antonio de, 1559-1625. History
of the West Indies. Herrera, 1601. Photostats and
translation by Miss Spofford. Decade I. Book VII, p.
228, Chapter XIII, p. 246, Chapter XIII, p. 283, Decades
3-4, Book I, Chap. XIV, p. 30.-SA. Description of
the West Indies, Heerrera, Madrid, 1730. Decade I,
Book IX, page 246, Chap. X. Photostat copy and trans-
lation by Miss Spofford-Navigation of Ponce de Leon
and Discovery of Florida, Chap. XI, p. 291; Chap. XVI.
-SA. Photostat copy of Stevens Translation of Herrera,
part about Ponce de Leon and Florida.-SA.
La Fayette, Marquis de. Typed copy of letter written
May 30, 1833; in answer to an offer for land in Flor-
ida.-C.

Land Grant Petitions: 13th May 1776: Sam'1 Fontenelle.
-J.
8th August 1775: Wm. Hindson.-J.
Pensacola, 1776: Arthur Strother.--J.


Land Grant. A. D. S. Peter Chester, to Chas. Ward, Feb.
1779.-J.
Malrath, A. G.: A. L. S. to the Governor of Louisiana
respecting the defense of Florida. Jan. 15, 1861.-J.
McCobb, Jane. A. L. S. Petition for pension.-J.
Oviedo y Valdes, Gonzalo IFernandez de. History of the
Indies-Oviedo. Manu. copy from original or early
copy. Vol II, p. 413, Chap. 1. (Photostat and trans-
lation by Miss Spofford.)-SA.
General History of the Indies, 1535. By Gonzalo Fer-
nandez de Oviedo y Valdes (Book Sixteen, folio CXIX,
Chapter II. Photostat copy from L. C. and translation
by Miss Spofford, Chapter III, section. Chapters Nine,
Ten, Eleven, Thirteen and Fifteen. (Ponce de Leon).
-SA.
Ponce de Leon, Juan, 1460(?)-1521. MS. Historical, Crono-
logical, Chorographical of the Discovery, conquest and
settlement of . Florida. (anonymous circa 1786)
Photostat copy L. C. and translation by Miss Spofford
(Ponce de Leon and Florida)-SA.
Seawright, J. D. Manuscript letter Florida War item.
Washington, D. C., Feb. 15, 1840, to W. Potter, Esq.
Philadelphia, signed by Captain J. D. Searight. (Men-
tions bloodhounds have been sent for etc.)-SA.
Smith, Francis K. Original Manuscript. Letter to Col.
Monroe, March 10, 1849, signed Francis K. Smith, St.
Augustine. (Thanking Col. Monroe for present of book).
-SA.
Surrogate, Charles Evans. Original Manuscript. No. 15
Recommendation, Charles Evans Surrogate for Escam-
bia County and St. Rosa. Tallahassee, July 21, 1845.
4 signatures.-SA.
U. S.-General Land Office. Lafayette grant; typed copy;
certified copy sent to J. S. S. Kinner, April 26, 1844.
Signed by John Quincy Adams (Pres. of U. S.)-C.
U. S.-General Land Office. Patent for 80 acres of land
offered for sale at Tallahassee, in the Territory of
Florida, and purchased by David Thomas of Florida.
April 24, 1820. Signed by John Quincy Adams, Pres.
of U. S.)-C.
U. S.-General Land Office. Patent for 80 acres of land
offered for sale at Tallahassee, in the territory of
Florida, and purchased by Richard Parish, April 24,
1820. Signed by John Quincy Adams (Pres. of 1i. S.)
White. Joseph M. Original Manuscript letters signed by
Jos. M. White as follows: Milton Feb., 1820, to William
D. Lewis, New York; Frankfort, Ky., March 15, 1820,
to William D. Lewis, Boston; Milton, Va., Feb., 1820,
to William D. Lewis, New York; Milton, Va., Jan. 15,
1820; Washington, Jan. 23, 1832, needs money badly,
will sell tract of land Pensacola Bay, West Florida, for
$1,500.00.-SA.


NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS


Note: A few individual magazine articles are listed by
subject in main author list.
Army and Navy chronicle. v. VIII (Jan. 3, 1839-Dec. 3,
1839) and v. IX (Jan., 1840-Dec. 26, 1840) Note:
contains reports of Seminole War.-SA.
DeBow, James B. D., ed. DeBow's review (periodical)
Note: Contains a number of Florida articles, 1840 to
1850's.-SL.
East Florida Herald, St. Augustine, Feb. 13, 1828.-SL.
The Enquirer, Cincinnati: Saturday evening, April 10, 1841
ed. and pub. by John and Charles H. Brough. (Reprint)
Note: Contains Florida item, Sixty Indians from Fort
Fanning to Tampa.-SA.
Florida Advocate, Tallahassee; newspaper. May 12 and
19, 1827, Sept. 29, 1827.-SL.
Florida Herald, Dec. 8, 1836, April 20, and Sept. 1, 1838.
--SA.
The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle. v. 10.
London, Edward Cave, 1740. Attack of Oglethorpe on
St. Augustine, p. 359. View of the town and castle of
St. Augustine and the English camp before it, June 20,
1740, by Thomas Silver. Contains other items on Flor-
ida, including a life of Sir Francis Drake.-SA.


Gentleman's Magazine, Nov., 1763; D. Henry, ed. Note:
Contains map of Florida with article.-SL.
Historical Magazine, Vol. II, 1858. First series: "The
Timuquana Language" by Buckingham Smith from
Father Pareje. Second series: Vol. I, 1867. Narvaez &
Florida, page 24 by Buckingham Smith, Vol. II, 1867,
page 109, trans. first pub., Smith. Expedition of Nar-
vaez to Conquest of Florida, page 141 and others. Trans.
from the XXXV Book of Historia Gen. de Indias,
Oviedo. Narvaez (de Vaca) first published, five chap-
ters by Buckingham Smith.-SA. July, 1858, Letter
of De Soto with a facsimile of his signature, sent from
Madrid by B. S. Page 223, Account of Fairbanks new
History of St. Augustine. About ten vol. of later Mag-
azines, on same order.-SA. The Historical Magazine,
Third Series, Vol. II. Letters from General Childs, U.
S. A. Extracts from his correspondence with his family
from the Florida War. (This volume contains two
numbers of this correspondence)-SA.
Jacksonville Courier. August 3, 10, 17, 1837. The only
copies known to exist.-J.
London Morning Chronicle, Jan. 20, 1824. Note: Article
on Florida slave trade.-SL.








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Methodist Magazine, v. 8, 1825. Note: Contains account
of founding of Methodist St. Augustine mission and
Pensacola.-SA.
National Intelligencer, July 3, 1828. Note: Contains an
examination of the civil administration of Governor
Jackson in Florida.-SA.
New World; a weekly journal, January-July, 1842., N. Y.
Note: Articles with reference to the Seminole War
and atrocities committed by Seminoles, also shipping
news.-SA.
New Yorker. v. 3, No. 1, March 25, 1837, also v. 4-II.
ending Sept. 11, 1841. Note: Reports of Seminole war,
and' an account of Milly Francis in one.-SA.
The News, June 15, 1839. St. Augustine.-SA.
The News. Jacksonville. August 7, 1850.-J.


Pensacola Gazette and West Florida Advertiser (news-
paper). W. Hassell Hunt, ed., Feb. 9 and 23, 1827.
-SL.
Port Folio. Phil. vol. 8: 1819 (with Florida article).-J.
Royal Magazine. Sept. 1762, July 1763, Jan. 1768 (with
Florida articles).-J.
the Amelia Island incident).-J.
True American, July 23, 1817. Pub. in Philadelphia.
Note: Portion of a page containing item on Patriot
war.-SA.
True American. Phil. Jan. 21, 1818. (with note on Flor-
ida).-J.
Washingtonian, Windsor, Vt. May 18, 1812. (relating to
the Amelia Island incident.)-J.


PHOTOSTATS AND PHOTOGRAPHS

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN


Photostats. Florida material from the Shelburne papers.
Made from original manuscripts in the William L.
Clements Library at the University of Michigan. Photo-
graphs of excerpts from Weekly Floridian for Jan. 21
through Mar. 3, 1868, covering the Florida Constitu-
tional Convention.-C.

Blackwell, Jacob. Observations on West Florida, by
Jacob Blackwell.-C.
Blackwell, Jacob. Report from Jacob Blackwell, "The
Province of West Florida promises Great Benefit
-C.
Browne, Lt. Gov. Report headed "Pensacola Lt. Gov.
Browne, June 8th, 1767."--C.
Carpetbagger Convention. (Photostats). Newspaper ac-
counts of the Carpetbagger Convention. From the
Library of Mr. Julian Yonge, Pensacola, Fla.-C.
Chester, Peter. (Photostats made from Manuscripts in
the New York Public Library.) 18th Aug., 1779. The
inhabitants of West Florida, agt. Peter Chester, Esq.
Brief for the Governor. West Florida. Peter Chester,
Esq. Answer.-C.
Estimates of Expence. "An estimate of the expence of
provisions issued to His Majesty's troops . ."-C.
Estimates of Expence. Report, headed, "Estimates of the
expence of settling Twenty Thousand Acres of Land."
-C.
Florida Constitutional Convention. (Photostats). Photo-
graphs of excerpts from Weekly Floridian for Jan. 21
through Mar. 3, 1868, covering the Florida Constitution-
al Convention.-C.
Florida seals. "A sketch of a proposal for Seals for
Canada, East and West Florida and the ceded Islans."
--C.
Grant, James. Extract of a letter from James Grant,
Esq., Governor of East Florida, dated St. Augustine,
July 16th, 1767.-C.
Grant, James. A letter from Gov. Grant on the Indian
Trade, St. Augustine, 1 December, 1764.-C.


St. Francis Barracks. Reports, endorsed "Estimate for
repairing the church of St. Francis for Soldiers Bar-
racks, 1766."-C.
Thoughts concerning Florida.-C.
Tonyn. Proclamation signed by Tonyn and beginning
"George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Brit-
ain .." and second page signed by "Alex. Forester."
-C.
Tryon, William. Report, headed Brunswick, N. Carolina
21 July, 1767. Gov. Tryon."-C.
Turnbull, Andrew. Letter signed by Turnbull, dated
Charlestown, 6th Deer. 1782. Turnbull to Shelburne,
Charlestown the 3d of July, 1782. Turnbull to Shel-
burne, Charlestown the 31st of July. Copy. Turnbull to
Tonyn, St. Augustine 9th August, 1778, and Tonyn to
Turnbull, same, August 11, 1778.-C. "To the Right
Honourable the Lords . The Memorial of Andrew
Turnbull . London the 19th of September, 1776."
Endorsed "31 Octr 1782. Memorial of the West Florida
Merchts. and others .. ." Letter signed "Greenwood and
Higginson, London 19th Octr 1782."-C. Turnbull to
Shelburne, St. Augustine the 14th of March 1780(?)
Letter signed by "James Grant, St. Augustine Gov.
Grant to Lords of Trade 25th Novr. 1766." West Flori-
da Lt. Gov. Browne to Lords of Trade, Pensacola 25.
Jany. 1767.-C. "Hints respecting the settlement of
Florida." Letters from Govr. Johnston, endorsed ."No.
39," "No. 41," "42." Report beginning "As the Re-
moval of the French and Spanish Garrisons from the
Forts in Florida and Louisiana . .-C. Report, "In
the Cort of Chancery, East Florida, The Demurrer of
Andrew Turnbull of the Town . ." Turnbull to Shel-
burne, Charlestown the 21st of June 1782. Turnbull to
Germain, Charlestown the 13th of June 1781. Turnbull
to Shelburne, Charlestown the 7th of July 1782.-C.
Turnbull to Germain, St. Augustine the 16th of March
1780.-C. Turnbull to Shelburne, St. Augustine the
25th of March 1780.-C. Turnbull to Shelburne, Charles-
town the 23d of May 1782.-C.
Walker, John. John Walker to Moffat (?) 12 March
1763.-C.
West Florida. Letter endorsed "22 Aug. (?) 1782 Mr.
Bruce" respecting West Florida.-C.


ST. AUGUSTINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY


Emerson, Ralph Valdo. Photostat copies from original
manuscripts by Ralph Waldo Emerson, presented to
the St. Augustine Historical Society by the heirs of
Mr. Emerson as follows: "Pocket Note Book," kept by
Mr. Emerson when he spent six weeks in St. Augustine
in 1827. Three poems written about St. Augustine,
during his visit and on leaving the city.-SA.
Photostat. (Franciscans) Franciscans before 1764-doc-
uments. 1764. (Photographed backwards).-SA.
Photostat (St. Augustine) Accounts, amounts paid to of-
ficials, soldiers, St. Augustine, 1736. (Photographed
backwards).-SA.
Photograph copies of Documents Spanish Archives in
Tallahassee, Florida. Petition signed by John Hudson
1790, third husband of Maria Evans. Petition signed
by Mary Hudson, 1792. (Framed and on walls of Oldest
House).-SA.


Alvarez, Antonio. Appointment of Antonio Alvarez as
Keeper of the Archives. Signed by John Quincy
Adams and Henry Clay. Invitation to funeral of Geron-
imo Alvarez, 1846. Invitation to funeral, with ribbon-
on same. (Photographs of original documents in St.
Augustine).-SA. Manuscript Account Books of Geron-
imo Alvarez about 1840.-SA.
Photostat copy from L. C. "Case of John Gordon" Lon-
don, 1772. "Document. Report Senate No. 99 Reo.
Com. 30th Cong. 1st session. Case Father Madeore."
Original pamphlet Report Ex. No. 21. Senate 30th Cong.
2d session of the Solicitor of the Treasury. These three
give details of the transfer secretly of houses and prop-
erty of the Catholic Church to Jesse Fish and John
Gordon in 1763 and claims made later to get them
returned.-SA.








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Photostat copies of document in Seville, 1689-1690, with
report by Miss Wright on completion of Fort or Castle
San Marcos in 1690, and rebuilding of Governor's Palace
with stone, and houses of officials, by the slaves who
were idle. (These being of such importance, trans-
lations in full were ordered and made by Miss Spof-
ford of Washington). Reports were made by Don Diego
de Quiroga y Losada Governor, before Alonso Solana
Notary.-SA.
Latin. Photostat copy from Hist. of Soc. of Penna. Phila.
De Gallorum, printed 1586.-SA.
Photostat copy of General History of The Indies, written
by Don Fray Bartolome de las Casas, 1527 L. C. v.
II p. 449; V. II p 494; chap. 55 p. 536-537; p. 542;
V. III several pages with translations in English by
Miss Spofford. (Ponce de Leon and Discovery of Flor-
ida.)--SA.
Report of Miss Irene Wright of Seville containing typed
and photostat copies of documents in the Archives of
Seville, and translations of the same. The moet im-
portant being the photostat copy of the petition of
Hernando de Mestas, for a permit to build the fort in
St. Augustine of stone, on this petition is a drawing
of the old fort San Marcos, which is part of an octagon
in shape. A full drawing of this fort is in the map
division L. C. and a photostat copy in the library of
St. Augustine Hist. S. This proves that the other draw-
ings of forts also dated 1595. were of former forts.-SA.
Archives of Indias 140-7-37 Papers of Hernando de Mes-
tas, first page of petition and second with drawing of
Fort San Marcos. Letter of Gonzalo Mendez de Canzo,
Feb. 23, 1598; Letter of Gonzalo Mendez de Canzo, Feb.
26, 1600; Letter of Gonzalo Mendez de Canzo, April 24,
1601. Part of the above letters. Letter Fray Pedro
Bermejo to King, March 30. 1604; Letter Gov. Pedro
de Ybarra to King, Jan. 1, 1604.-SA.
Spanish. Photographs of Documents in archives at Talla-
hassee, Florida. From Record Book, application of
Don. Geronimo Alvarez for grant of land, that he came
to Florida from Spain in 1784, etc. Copy of grant of
land to above Alvarez. Photo, of Application of re-
turn of property by Don Jose. Ponce de Leon. 17841.
-SA.
Fish, Jesse. Photographs of original documents in St. Aug.
by Jesse Fish to James Moncrief, signed by both. of
house and lot in St. Aug. 1763 and seal of Spanish, only
copy of this ancient seal we have found. Sale by Jo-
seph Peavett of North part of Lot No. 9 Society Block
to James O'Neill 1783, also previous rental of the same.
This is the famous lot No. 9, and was east of The
Oldest House.-SA.
Photostat copies from L. C. Census. 1783 List of Resi-
dents in East Florida, those who are Catholic, those
who refuse to become Catholics and will leave the
Province, those who are willing to be instructed. 1784
List of residents East Florida, property owned. 1786
List of residents of St. Augustine, where each one was
born, age, etc. by Father Hassett. 1787 Register of in-
habitants and land owned by them, in East Florida.
1793 Census of St. Augustine by City Blocks and houses.
1813 Census of Fernandina, Amelia Island, 1814 Mos-
quito region, some wards of St. Augustine.-SA.
Photostat copies from Archives, Seville, taken directly,
must be read with mirror. Baptisms, marriages, etc.
1750-1769 64 Dec. Accounts. Amount paid to officials,


soldiers, St. Augustine, 1736; 16 pages. Franciscans be-
fore 1764; 49 pages in a number of documents data
from 1718. 29 documents relating to New Orleans,
probably West Florida items.-SA.
Photostat copies from Spanish archives of deeds of trans-
fer of land and houses from original owners, signed by
them or their attorneys (in Papeles de Cuba Leg. 372,
Seville, Spain) to Del Puente who made deeds of same
to Jesse Fish, John Gordon and others. There are 43
of these deeds.
Photo. copy deed to Jesse Fish by del Puente of 185
houses on one deed, name of each owner given 1764.
Copy of deed of Convent, De la Leche etc. to John
Gordon and Jesse Fish.-SA.
Photostat Copies from Spanish Archives L. C. with trans-
lations by Miss Spofford of deeds of transfer, data of
families etc. concerning property owned by Hist. Soc.
of St. Augustine, Fla.
Notes on Alvarez and Menendez family collected by
Emily L. Wilson from various Archives in Spanish and
English.--SA.
Photostat copies of plats of Turnbull grants at New
Smyrna from Archives in Tallahassee ,Florida.-SA.
Photostat copy of Deed by Father Hasett and others with
Power Attorney of north part of Lot No. 9 Society
Block from O'Neill to Curti. from Spanish Escrituras
L. C. April 16, 1785 (framed and on walls of Oldest
House). Photostat copy of sale of same from Escritu-
ras L. C. May 24, 1787 from Juan Bautista Curti-Geron-
imo Alvarez.-SA.
Photostat copy of Deed or Transfer of Oldest House
from Governor Quesada to Don Geronimo Alvarez 1790
from Escrituras in Manuscript Div. L. C. Translation by
Miss Spofford. Photostat copies of a report of early Gov.
about the holding in secret of properties by Jesse Fish,
and return of old Floridians claiming the same, men-
tion made of that held by Joseph Peavett (now Old-
est House) also details of arrest and imprisonment of
John Hudson in Fort San Marcos; these last have not
yet been translated in full.-SA.
Photostat copy of Engraving of City of St. Augustine and
fort as pictured in Montanus and Ogilvy, 1683-85.
(From L. C.)-SA.
Photostat-L. C. Plan of Fort San Marcos and report
1675 translation of report by Miss Kate Foster. Trac-
ing and copy of plan of Fort San Marcos from Lowery
Coll. L. C. 1680 by E. L. Wilson. This was a report
made by Dn. Pablo de Hita y Salazar, Governor of
Florida.-SA.
Photostat copy of the Index of Spanish Cedulas (L. C.)
from 1595-1763 relating to Florida. (This index gives
a great deal of detailed history of importance) I be-
gan to make an English brief of this document, as well
as I could, but have not had time as yet to finish it,
it consists of 53 large sheets, each one containing near-
ly two pages of closely written items, each with date
of year. As the writing varies, the index was made
at different periods, may be the original kept in Flor-
ida.-Emily L. Wilson.-SA.
Photostat copies L. C. English plan 1740(?) of St. Augus-
tine.
A plan of the land between Fort Mossy and St. Aug-
ustine, East Fla. Sam. Poweth Sur. Genl.
Map of Florida prepared by order of the Hon. Jeff.
Davis, Secretary of War, 1858.-SA.


PICTURES

St. Augustine Historical Society

Branch, John. Print from portrait of John Branch, Gov- Osceola. Half life size copy in oils of Osceola in Charles-
ernor of North Carolina and the Territory of Florida. ton from life in 1838.-SA.
Painted before 1846 by Henry Inman.-SA. St. Augustine, Fla. View of Governor's House, 1764. View
Franciscans. Large colored copy framed of the Francis- from Governor's House, 1764. (Copies)-SA.
can Tree made in 1789 of all the missions in America
from the beginning. Por el Padre Pedro Gonzales de Tonyn, General Patrick. Photograph of General Patrick
Augueres de la Provincia de la Concepcion en Castillo Tonyn Governor of Florida (from the original paint-
la Viega, Misionero del Colegio de Ocopoen el Peru. ing in England) presented by Prof. Wilbur H. Siebert
-SA. of Ohio State University.--SA.
Gibbes, William Hasell. Photograph of Wnm. Hasell Gibps. Wilson, John. Photograph Lieut. John Wilson, acting
prisoner.-SA. engineer of St. Augustine in 1783.-SA.
Hernandez, Joseph N. Old engraving of Joseph N. Her-
nandez. n. d.-SA.








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MAPS


Print from old map .(1692?). Amerique Septentrionale Par
N. Sanson Geographer orderaire de Rey.-SA.
Ampliffimae regions Mississippi. 1687. Ampliffimae reg-
lonis Mississippi seu Provinciae Ludovi cianae. a R. P.
Lo dovico Hennepin Francisc Mifl in America Septen-
trionali. Anno 1687 detectae nunc Gallorum Coloniis et
actionum negotiis tote Orbe cele berrinae nova Tabula.
edita. a Io Bapt. Homanno. S. C. M. Geographo Norim-
bergae.-A.
Asher and Adams, pub. Large map of the American col-
onies and adjacent country as of 1776. n. d.-P.
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, 1703-1772. Plan du port St. Aug-
ustin dans la Floride. 1764. (Map only, Framed).-SA.
Bradford, T. G. Florida (map). 1835. Florida (map)
engraved by G. W. Boynton. n, p. n. pub., 1838. (Brad-
ford's atlas).-C.
Brevoort, James Carson, comp. Florida, with the march
of Hernando de Soto, 1539-1544. (map). N. Y. Bradford
club, 1865.--C.
Colton, J. H. & co. Florida (map). N. Y., Colton, 1855.
-C.
Die Gros--Britannische Colonie-Laender in Nord Ameri-
ca in accurate Special Mappen nach den London.
Originalien getreulich mit getheilt und her aufs gegeben
von Homaenifchen Erben mit Kayferl: Allergn: Privil:
Colonies of Great Britain in North America. 4 maps.
n. d.-A.
Drew, Columbus. Drew's new map of the state of Flor-
ida. Jacksonville, Fla. Drew, 1875.-C.
Drew, Columbus. Large folding map of Florida in folder,
by Columbus Drew. 1857.-SA.--J.
Finley, A. Map of Florida according to the latest au-
thorities: comparative elevation of the principal moun-
tains, cities," etc. in North and South America. (Fin-
ley's atlas, 1826.)-C.
Florida coast line canal and transport co. Map showing
lands and waterways of the Florida coast line canal
and transportation company. Buffalo, Matthews-North-
rup co., n. d.-C.
Jeffreys, Thomas, 1699-1775. Large map of Florida, 1776.
(Framed). Printed for Robert Saver, Map and Print-
seller, London, 53 Fleet St., 20th Feb., 1776.-SA.
Johnson. Johnson's Florida, by Johnson and Ward. n. p.
n. pub. (1862) (Johnson's atlas.)
A new and accurate map of East and West Florida
drawn from the best authorities. (Lend.) London
magazine, 1765, Kitchin.
Same as above; J. Prockter Sculp. n. p., n. pub., n. d.
--C.
Lopez, Tomas, i. e Tomas Lopez de Vargas Machuca, 1731-
1802. Piano de la ciudad' de San Augustin de la Flor-
ida. Madrid, 1783.-SA.
Mitchell, S. Augustus. County map of Florida. n. p.,
n. pub., 1870. Same. 1867. Same 1872. Same 1874. Same
1875. Florida, pub. by S. Augustus Mitchell. Phil.,
Mitchell, 1846. Same, 1849. (Mitchell's atlas).-C.
Poinsett, Joel. Large map of Florida (framed), entitled,
Seat of War in Florida. 1838. J. W. Stone, So. Wash-
ington City; Bureau of U. S. Topographical Eng., Wash-
ington City.-SA.
Romans, Bernard, 1720(?)-1784(?). Map of Florida. n.
p., n. pub., 1774.-A.-C.
St. Augustine-Map. Original plan of the City of St. Aug-
ustine under the English. (Probably made about 1783).
(Framed and hung on the walls of the Oldest House).
-SA.
Tanner, H. S. Florida (map). Phil. Carey & Hart, 1839.
Same, Phil., Tanner, 1836. Tanner's Universal atlas,
1844.-C.
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. Map of Florida . n. p.
Thomas Cowperthwait & Co., 1850.-C.

Maps--Copies

Photostat copy Florida Map. "La Florida" Autore Hieron
Chiaues, about 1520.
"Nuevo Mundo" from Pedro de Medina Libro de gran-
dezas e cosas memorables de Espana, Alcala de Hen-
ares, 1548-66.
"Terre de la Florida" de la main de M. Marc les


Carcot. Figure et description de la terre reconue et
habitee par les Francois en la Florida . por les
30-31-32 degrees.-SA.
Photostat Copies Florida Maps.
"Florida et Regiones Vicinae" 1580-1600? "America
sive novas orbis" De Bry, 1596. "Virginia et Florida"
1590-1600? "Map of Florida," made by the Duke of
Northumberland, 1630. "Mapa de la Florida y Laguna
de Miami donde se ha de hacer un fuerte," Seville Est.
145 Caj. 7. Leg. 7. No. 94 of Dn Pedro Torre Lanzas
"Mapas de Mexico y Florida," dated siglo 17.-SA.
Photostat Copies Florida Maps. "D. Carolina nebst einen
Theil von Florida" (the south bounds of Carolina ac-
cording to the last Charter) 1665.
"A New and Correct Map of the Province of North
and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida." J. Gibson
Sculp. after 1736.
"A Map of the New Governments of East and West
Florida." J. Gibson Sculp. Includes Plan of the Har-
bour and Settlement of Pensacola.-SA.
Photostat Copies of Florida Maps. Roman's large map
of Florida L. C. 1774, the positive copy mounted on
linen.
"A General Map of the Southern British Colonies etc.
From the modern surveys of De Brahm, Capt. Collet,
Monzon and others and from the large Hydrographical
survey of the Coast of East and West Florida," by
B. Romans, 1776. Plan of St. Augustine set in. Turn-
bull Grants at New Smyrna, 1767.-SA.
"The West Indies including part of Virginia, East and
West Florida, etc . part of South America," 1783 by
Jno Cary Map and Printseller, England.
"North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida," by
T. Jeffreys Geographer to His Majesty.
"Piano del fuerte de San Marcos de Apalache," Madrid
Archives de Mapas, No. 21 (no name or date).
"A Plat exhibiting the State of Survey in the State
of Florida," St. Augustine, 1853, approved John Wes-
cott, Sur. General.-SA.
"Military Map of the Peninsula of Florida, South of Tam-
pa Bay, etc." . Lieut. J. C. Ives, Top. Engineers un-
der the direction of Capt. A. A. Humphreys by order
of Hon. Jefferson Davis.
Spanish. "Map of St. Johns Bluff on St. Johns River,
100 acres, Kingsley, Zephaniah. Amer. State Papers
Public Lands Vol. 4 Page 279." 15 April, 1817, Fer-
nandina, signed by Jorge J. F. Clarke.
"Claim in name of Panton Leslie & Co.," Jan. 15, 1842.
-SA.
Very old copy from Spanish Archives (framed) of plan
of St. Augustine and vicinity, 1791. Also copy made
for Sergeant Brown Plan of 1791.-SA.
Spanish-(Photostat copies from L. C.) Map of Fort,
oblong, probably house of Seloy. Map of Fort and San
Augustin probable date 1566 to 1570 (triangular fort as
described by Velasco). These taken to Spain by De
Mestas and dated incorrectly 1595, the fort on petition
of that date being in part an octagon shape.-SA.
Spanish. (Photostat Copy from L. C.) Plan of St. Aug-
ustine, 1737, by Arredondo; Plan of Fort San Marcos,
by Arredondo; 2d. plan of Fort San Marcos, by Ar-
redondo.-SA.
Spanish-Photostat Map. Map of St. Augustine, details
and ground-floor plan of every house and lot, by Mari-
ano de la Roque, one copy with his signature and an-
other made from his original map. 1788. From Gen-
eral Land Office, Washington, D. C. Photostat copy of
the key of this map, from archives in Tallahassee,
Florida. Numerous reprints from this map.-SA.
Photostat copies. Clements map of St. Augustine, 1835,
and Clements detailed maps of each city block of that
same survey with details as to former and present
owners. From General Land Office, Washington, D. C.
Petition of owners of lots in St. Augustine to Congress,
1824, signed by 124 residents of St. Augustine that they
had owned their properties from the 17th and 18th
centuries. General Land Office, Washington, D. C.-SA.
Photostat copy from L. C. Mexia, Albaro. Map of the
Coast of Florida, by Albaro Mexia, 1605.-SA.
Notes and tracings of maps from Archives of English, and
second Spanish Periods in Tallahassee;. Florida Field
Note Room, by Miss Emily L. Wilson, Librarian, Hist.
Soc. of St. Aug.-SA.








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Photostat Copies of all the maps sent from East Florida
to the Department of State in Washington, D. C., 1831,
as listed in Carnegie Guide to Territorial Archives in
Washington. (Include maps of Fort San Marcos, Fort
Matanzas, St. Augustine and Vicinity, Georgia boundary
Line, Florida Line owned by Spanish near the Mississipl
River and others.)-SA.
Photostat copies of rnaps from L. C. A Plan of the Har-
bour of St. Augustine in the Province of East Florida.
Sam Powath Dept. Sur. Gen. (English period).
A Plan of the Harbour of St. Augustine in the Prov-
ince of Georgia, by Des Barres. In 1762 (he was
ordered to make this map for the Board of Trade.
Ency. life of Des Barres).
Roman's map of Florida, 1774, mounted on Linen.-SA.
Plan of harbour and town of St. Augustine, Florida, 1740.
Attack of Oglethorpe. n. p., p. d.-SA.
Remarkable Maps of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries,
reproduced in their original size. Amsterdam, Freder-
ick Muller & Cy., 1894, 4 portfolios. (70 maps). Note:
The first portfolio contains many rare maps of North
America).-SA.
Spanish. Map of Juan de la Cosa, in colors, copied from
the original in Spain.
Ensayo Biografico of Juan de la Cosa, por Antonio
Dascano, Octobre, 1892.-SA.
Spanish maps sent to the Department of State in 1831,
from St. Augustine.
"Plano del Castillo de Sn Marcos" su explanation en el
Inventario No. 1 Ramon de la Cruz.
Plan of the interior, of San Marcos showing door of
chapel, and profile of outside, by Ramon de la Cruz.
Plan of Fort Mantanzas, site of, interior, and exterior,
No. 5 in Inventory by Ramon de la Cruz.
"Plano y profile de la Torre Viego de la Isla de Sta
Anastasio" No. 24 (no name but same writing as
above), also "Torre Viego" outside plan.-SA.
"Plano Yglesia Parroquial" No. 6 of the interior and
front outside. Ramon de la Cruz.
"Polbore Viego y su Solar Piano" No. 11 by Ramon
de la Cruz. English.


"A new chart of the Gulf of Florida, etc., by Richard
Patten, New York, engraved by J. Ridley and W. Sim,
May 23, 1817.
"Survey along the Floridas Frontier State of Alabama"
no name or date.-SA.
French. "Croqui de la Pointe des Floridas avec Des-
ignation de fimites de la Concession demandss" (No
name or date, this is of the south of Florida below
Tampa).
Spanish Plan inside and outside of "The House of the
King" designed for the Treasurer of this place (trans.)
1787 by Mariano de la Roque. Plan of the Storehouse
of Powder and Body Guard to be constructed in The
Plaza (trans.) by Franco Sabatine, Plan No. 12.-SA.
Spanish. "Carta del Espace entire La Georgia y La
Ysla Amelia" (No name or date).
English. "Map of Coast of Florida and St. Johns
River from Georgia to below Mosquito inlet." This gives
the site of Fort Picolata as north of the road to
Alachua and near mouth of Six Mile*Creek.
"Sketch of the Country . line . between the
Spanish Provinces and the United States Territory,
from Sabine River to 42 nd. degree North latitude.
March 7, 1822. Top. Eng. Roberdeau Major."-SA.
Spanish. Photostat copy of maps from Buckingham Smith
Coll. New York -ist. Soc. San Augustine de Florida,
Henero 22, 1764, by Juan Joseph Elixio de la Puente,
with key, gives names of owners of houses, etc. when
transferred to England, 1763.
Piano del Presidio de Sn Augustin de la Florida que
poseen a la season los Ingleses con las Barras Rios y
Torres etc. signed Juan Elixio de la Puente Hava 16
Febrero 1761. This also has a detailed key.-SA.
Plano del Presidio de Sn Augustin de la Florida con
sus dependensias se entrevo a S. M. B. en 21 de Julio
de 1763 por el Articulo de la Paz de Fontainebleau,
Pablo Castillo Yngo, also another Spanish plan of the
city enclosed. This also has a key. This gives the
site of the chapel Nombre de Dios where Menendez
celebrated the First Mass and took possession of the
land, this chapel being blown up by the Governor 1728,
and rebuilt nearer the city and called De La Leche.-SA.


MAPS

Jacksonville Public Library Collection 1590-1863


1590 (approx). La Florida. Auctore Hieron Chiaues. Cum
Priuisegio.
1623 (reproduction) Janssonius, Joannes. America Sep-
tentrio. Nalis Amsterdami.
1639 (reproduction) Visscherius, N. J. Obis Terranum
typus de integro multis . .
1642. Blaeu, W. J. and J. Virginiae parts australis et
Floridae parts orientalis .
1662 (reproduction) Blaeu, J. Americae nova Tabula . .
1747, Kitch-in, Thomas Map of the French Settlements
in North America.
1748 La Floride divisse en Floride et Caroline, par le
St. Robert de Vaugondy.
1749. Carte Reduite Du Golphe du Mexique et des Isles
de 1'Amerique . par ordre de M. Le Conte de Maure-
pas.
1757. Carte de la Floride, de la Louisiana et pays Voisms
.Par M. B.
1762 (approx) Gibson, J., sculp. Map of the New Govern-
ments of East and West Florida.
1762. New Chart of the vast Atlantic or Western Ocean,
including the seacoasts of Europe, Africa, America . .
printed for Carineton Bowles . Thos. Bowen, sculptor..
1763. New and Accurate Map of East and West Florida,
from the London Magazine.
1775. Jeffreys, Thos. Map of the Coast of the West Flor-
idas and Louisiana . .
1780 (approx) West Indies with the Harb.our and Fort of
Omoa.
1780. New and Correct Map of North America . Pub-
lished as the Act directs . by Richardson and Ur-
quhart.
1781. Kitchin, Thos. Map of the Province of West Flor-
ida.
1792. Dennis, L. Carte du Golphe du Mexique . (pho-
tostat).
1794. New and Complete Map of the West Indies .
by Monsr. D'Anville. Published by Laurie and Whittle.


1794. Map of the United States . published by Laurie
and Whittle, London.
1804. Gold, J. Chart of the supposed Course of the
Florida Stream. London.
1806. Cary, John, engraver. New Map of part of the
United States . and also the Floridas. London.
1816. Melish, John. Southern Section of the United
States including Florida, etc ..
1827. Drayton, J. Map of Florida. from Cary and Lea's
Atlas.
1829. Map of the Territory of Florida from its northern
boundary . Drawn and Compiled by W. H. Swift,
Lt. Artillery Annexed to the Report of the Board of
Internal Improvement, Feb 19, 1S29.
1832. Map of the State of Florida. Published by J. T.
Hinton and Simpkin and Marshall, London.
1834. Map of Florida. from the Atlas of the Soc. for
the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge . published by
Baldwin and Craddock, London.
1835. Map of Florida; showing the Indian reserve, etc.
1838. Boynton, G. W. Map of Florida.
1839. Map of the Seat of War in Florida, compiled by
order of Bvt. Brigr. Gen'l Z. Taylor . .
1840. Chart of the Gulf of Florida and Bahama Islands
. Produced in London, as the Act directs by J. W.
Norrie and Company . .
1842. The United States. Published by D. Lixars, Edin.
1856. Military Map of the Peninsula of Florida South of
Tampa Bay . Lieut. J. C. Lives, etc.
1846. Mitchell, A. Augustus. Florida. Phil.
1846. Map of the State of Florida, compiled by the Bu-
.eau of Top. Engineers . .
S1855. Plat exhibiting the progress of surveys of the
state of Florida.
1863. Florida. from Johnson's Atlas.
1863. General Chart of the West Indies, Gulf of Mexico
and Caribbean Sea . compiled by Charles Copley and
Sons, N. Y.




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