Cooper Family
Papers, 1796-1880

SC20184

Quantity: 5 boxes (2.00 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Collation of items previously accessioned separately – See provenance note for further information
Processed By: Honor Conklin, Archivist, Manuscripts and Special Collections,  September 1991, Revised June 1995; revised Vicki Weiss, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts and Special Collections, July 2016

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Historical Note:

Dr. Charles Dekay Cooper (ca.1769-1831) was the son of Dr. Ananias and Elizabeth (Dekay) Cooper of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York. He moved to Albany, New York, in 1792 and was employed as a physician. He married Margaret Venor Tayler (ca.1773-1860), the natural daughter of John and Eva (Van Valkenburgh) Venor [of Stillwater, New York?] and adopted daughter of her uncle, John Tayler (1742-1829), an Albany public official. Dr. Charles D. Cooper and his wife had five children: John Tayler Cooper, Charles D. Cooper Jr., who became an Episcopalian clergyman, Elizabeth (ca.1807-1867, Mrs. Benjamin Nott), Margaret (Mrs. Joel Benedict Nott), and William. Benjamin and Joel Nott were sons of Eliphalet Nott, one of the founders and presidents of Union College. (See the Gertrude Lansing collection, accession number 14822, for further family information.)

Dr. Cooper was appointed health officer of the Port of Albany under Governor George Clinton. Among the other political offices he held were Indian agent and clerk of Albany County. In 1817 he became the New York State Secretary of State.

Dr. Charles D. Cooper is noted for his letters to Andrew Brown and Philip Schuyler recounting Alexander Hamilton’s comments on Aaron Burr which he heard at a dinner party at John Tayler’s and which sparked the Burr/Hamilton duel resulting in the death of Hamilton in 1804. The letters were published in the Albany Register. (See Aaron Burr: A Biography by Nathan Schachner (New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1937), p. 247 et seq., and Memoirs of Aaron Burr, with Miscellaneous Selections from His Correspondence by Matthew L. Davis (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1858, Vol II, p. 294 et seq.)

Dr. Cooper, his son John Tayler Cooper, and his father-in-law, John Tayler, were land agents in addition to their other occupations, and the materials in this collection and the John Tayler Papers (SC20183) reflect their mutual business concerns.

John Tayler Cooper (1798-1878) was a lawyer with Bloodgood and Cooper, his partner being Simon DeWitt Bloodgood, and a military officer in the New York militia, achieving the rank of major-general of the Third Division. His first wife, Charlotte Henry, was the daughter of John V. Henry, an Albany lawyer. In the legal series are papers of Peter Seton Henry, a New York lawyer, relative to a custody suit with his wife, Harriet Townsend Henry, for their son. Charles Henry, who may have been Charlotte (Henry) Tayler’s brother. John Tayler Cooper’s second wife was [Angelica?] Schuyler. John T. Cooper left no issue aside from stepchildren from his second marriage.

Provenance note:

This collection of documents was created in September 1991 by collating numerous items that had been accessioned separately by this repository. Many items in this collection came from SC9838, a collection of ca. 515 items of documents assembled by Charles S. Ransom, a collector. The collection was purchased from Ransom in December 1926. Another series of 49 documents related to the Hazen Estate were donated to the repository in December 1968 by Ethel Gilliland. This originally was accessioned as SC14821. All other documents were from the single accession collection. Original accession numbers are in parentheses.

Note that there are some single accessions that actually consisted of several items; thus, care must be exercised when looking through the folders to determine that all items associated with a single accession number have been located. For example, there are several items stamped 8261. Also, because of the date arrangement, items with the same single accession number may be housed in more than one folder.

Scope and Content Note:

Being a compilation, and due to the fact that the personal and professional lives of Charles D. Cooper, John Tayler Cooper, and John Tayler were so closely intertwined, there is some overlap within the papers. The papers were separated as much as possible by signature and date into the John Tayler Papers (SC20183) and the Cooper Family Papers (SC20184) which is further divided between Charles D. Cooper and John Tayler Cooper. Papers relative to Mrs. Margaret Vernor Tayler Cooper may be found in all three divisions and there may be some confusion in the correspondence between Charles D. Cooper and his son, Charles D. Cooper, Jr. It should also be noted that there are some correspondence and land papers from the Cooper family of Otsego Lake, relations of James Fenimore Cooper.

Genealogical and family history information may be found in the finding aid folder, in the John Tayler Papers’ biographical folder, and the Gertrude Lansing collection.

Charles D. Cooper:

The correspondence to Charles D. and Margaret Cooper and from Charles D. Cooper to others regards almost exclusively land matters including rents, sales, and timber rights.

The financial series consists primarily of accounts of taxes due on properties and includes a list of properties owned by Charles D. Cooper.

The land papers document a land dispute involving Margaret Cooper in the Canadian and Nova Scotia refugee tract (old military tract), Clinton County. Included are a field book of the 16th township in the Totten and Crossfields Patent and memoranda.

The legal series includes the assignment of Charles D. Cooper as attorney to Samuel Huntting, a matter of a sidewalk on Herkimer Street in Albany, New York, and the indenture of Ann Sweeney, age 8, bound out by the Orphan Asylum Society to Charles D. Cooper.

John Tayler Cooper:

The correspondence is primarily letters to John Tayler Cooper with a few letters to Charles T. Cooper, J.J. Cooper, Orlando Meads, an attorney, and others. The correspondence is, for the most part, about land sales, rents, and the repair of property.

The financial series consists of accounts, bills and receipts for the law firm of Bloodgood and Cooper, and land transactions and rent. There is a folder on John T. Cooper’s business dealings with John B. Sanders.

The land papers contain articles of agreement, indentures and leases primarily on properties in the City of Albany but also including Chenango, Clinton, Kings, Rensselaer, and Saratoga counties. There is an 1831 map and survey of Lot 45, Elias Naramore and David West’s property in New Berlin, Chenango County, by Samuel Medbery and a survey of a wood lot in Guilderland, New York. Property at the corner of Green and State streets, Albany, is mentioned frequently. There are also docket searches and an eviction notice.

The legal series includes court papers and correspondence regarding various court cases of John Tayler Cooper, or ones in which he was the attorney. There are two folders of correspondence between Peter Seton and John V.L. Pruyn and with James King involving the estates of John V. Pruyn and James King and one folder in which Peter Seton Henry requests visitation of his son Charles Henry. There are estate papers from Casparus F. Pruyn and Robert McGill, a passport for Joel B. Nott, and miscellaneous affidavits, insurance policies, and memoranda. A document of taxes due lists the properties of John Tayler Cooper.

A memorandum, in Dutch, written on monograph leaves, belonging to [Dr. Ephraim Wendell?], comments on Wendell’s friend Wyngart, the death of Major Goozen Van Schaick (1725), and a notice on the death of Robert Livingston (1725).

The military papers pertain to John Tayler Cooper’s participation in the New York militia from about 1800 to 1874. There is correspondence to John T. Cooper focusing primarily on the business of running the army; elections of officers, invitations to parade reviews, and regimental court actions. There are also inspection returns, orders, reports on the election of officers, letters of resignation, and miscellaneous rosters and commissions.

Printed material consists of a few miscellaneous materials on transportation and the “One Hundredth Anniversary [1897] of the Establishment of the Capitol at Albany.”

Box and Folder List:


Box Folder Contents
1 Charles D. Cooper
1 Correspondence, 1796-1829
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Thomas Cooper, New York, [N.Y.], January 25, 1796; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2817)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from James Kane, Albany, [N.Y.], 1812; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2916)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from E. W. Laight, New York, [N.Y.], February 24, 1812; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2927)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Bereliel Shipherd, Peru, [N.Y.], July 4, 1812; A.L.S.; 1p. (3068)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Charles McEvers, New York, [N.Y.], December 1812; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2953)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from John Hoffnagel, Willsborough [Willsboro], [N.Y.], June 20, 1813; A.L.S.; 1p. (2897)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from William Finch, Peru, [N.Y.], July 3, 1813; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2859)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from H. Wendell, Jr., n.p., July 12, 1813[?]; A.L.S.; 1p. (3114)
1 1 (To Charles D. Cooper from Robert Riddel, Albany, [N.Y.], July 28, 1813; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (3037)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Samuel Prince, Jr., New York, [N.Y.], July 25, 1814; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (3030)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Thomas Cooper, New York, [N.Y.], April 6, 1815; A.L.S.; 1p. (7891)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Charles McEvers, New York, [N.Y.], October 28, 1815; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2954)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Reuben Doe, Peru, [N.Y.], January 15, 1816; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2841)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Reuben Doe, Peru, [N.Y.], March 3, 1816; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2842)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from George D. Cooper, New York, [N.Y.], April 13, 1816; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2814)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from David Osborn, Oswego Falls, [N.Y.], May 3[?], 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (3013)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from George D. Cooper, November 27, 1824; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8145)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Catherine Mancius, n.p., January 25, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (7946)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from George D. Cooper, New York, [N.Y.], October 5, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (7517)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from James Van Volkenburgh, Oswego Falls, [N.Y.], December 6, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (3102)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from David Osborn, Volney, Oswego Falls, [N.Y.], December 20, 1825; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (3014)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from John Radcliff, Rhinebeck, [N.Y.], November 27, 1827; A.L.S.; 2p. (3033)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from John Radcliff, Rhinebeck, [N.Y.], December 10, 1827; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3035)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Fayette Cooper, New York, [N.Y.], May 22, 1828; A.L.S.; 1p. (2812)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Peter Zeh, Peru, [N.Y.], April 3, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (3138)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from N. Ely, New Berlin, [N.Y.], April 17, 1829; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7920)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Ezekiel H. Edgerton, Sangerfield, [N.Y.], July 25, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (2845)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Asa Morse, Schenectady, [N.Y.], August 7, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (2988)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from J.R. Paddock, Ballston, [N.Y.], October 6, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (3015)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from N. Ely, New [Ber]lin, [N.Y.], November 4, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (2851)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from James Doney, n.p., December 23, 1829, re “a surtain coat” Cooper had taken from Doney’s house; A.L.S.; 1p. (2843)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from N. Ely, New Berlin, [N.Y.], December 29, 1829; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (2852)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Nicholas McMichael, Schenectady, [N.Y.], December 31, 1829; A.L.S.; 1p. (2958)
1 1 To Charles D. Cooper from Joseph C. Cooper, n.p., n.d.; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2816)
Correspondence, 1830
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from N. Ely, New Berlin, [N.Y.], March 23, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2853)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Isaac H. Anson, Peru, N.Y., April 6, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2751)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from G.L. Cooper, July 15, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2813)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from C.P. Kirkland, Utica, [N.Y.], August 20, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2923)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from C.P. Kirkland, Utica, [N.Y.], September 2, 1830; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2924)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Seth B. Roberts, Rome, [N.Y.], September 25, 1830; A.L.S.; 1p. (3039)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Barak Niles, Cincinnatus, Cortland County, N.Y., October 7, 1830; A.L.S.; 3p. (3004)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from James Smith, Jr., Rome, [N.Y.], October 7, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (3070)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Ezekiel H. Edgerton, Sangerfield [N.Y.], October 9, 1830; A.L.S.; 1p. (2846)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from George Clarke, Hyde Hall, Springfield, Otsego County, [N.Y.], October 12, 1830; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2790)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Seth Hersey, [Rome [?], N.Y.], October 16, 1830; A.L.S.; 1p. (2892)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Jesse Moulton, Floyd, [Oneida County?, N.Y.], October 20 1830; A.L.S.; 1p. (2989)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from George Clarke, Hyde Hall, [Springfield, Otsego County, N.Y.], October 30, 1830; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2791)
1 2 To Charles D. Cooper from Samuel Burgess, Waterville, [N.Y.], November 4, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2783)
1 3 To Margaret Cooper (Mrs. Charles D. Cooper, [Sr.]) from Mohawk & Hudson Rail Road Company, Albany, [N.Y.], April 1, 1835; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (7910)
1 3 To Margaret Cooper (Mrs. Charles D. Cooper, [Sr.]). Notification of hearing in bankruptcy of Maynard French of Hamilton, Ohio, June 10, 1842; D (printed form); 1(4)p. Signed by William Miner; attached to protest of H.H. Bartow [Bartow protest not attached] (8323)
1 4 To Charles D. Cooper [Jr.?] from John J. Tyler, Albany, [N.Y.], September 9, 1844; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3096)
1 4 To Charles D. Cooper [Jr.?] from John H. Gardner, Albany, [N.Y.], March 14, 1857; A.L.S.; 1p. (7918)
1 5 To Charles D. Cooper from Bereliel Shipherd, Peru, [N.Y.], January 7, 1812; with Cooper’s reply, dated, Albany, [N.Y.], February 4, 1812; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (3067)
1 5 To Benjamin Moores from Charles D. Cooper, December 19, 1812; 1p. 2985)
1 5 To John Keese from Charles D. Cooper, June 4, 1813 (copy); 2p. (2918)
1 5 To Dr. Tomlinson from Charles D. Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], ca. December 19, 1814, re: two wood lots he owns in Rhinebeck, N.Y.; A.L.S.; 1p. (3091)
1 5 From Charles D. Cooper to Supervisors of Albany, [Albany, N.Y.], October 2, 1815 (copy); 2p. (2811)
1 5 To John [?] Radcliff, Esq., from Charles D. Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], December 3, 1827; A.L.S.; 2p. (3034)
1 5 To Dr. John Banks from Charles D. Cooper, n.p., n.d., re: bill for board and tuition for Cooper’s son, John, which Cooper feels “to be unjust inasmuch as my son was with you not to exceed five weeks, perhaps but 4 weeks”; A.L.S.; 1p. (2762)
Financial: Land tax redemption certificates from New York State Office of Comptroller 1809-1841. Taxes and Lists of properties of Charles D. and Margaret Cooper
1 6 Charles D. Cooper; Tax receipts, etc.; 1808-1831; D.S.; 49 pieces (7519)
1 6 William Hawley; Tax receipt; September, 3, 1810; D.S.; 2p. (7516)
1 6 Receipt for payment of taxes by Charles D. Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], November 12, 1812; A.D.S.; 1p. (7951)
1 6 John Taylor Cooper; Tax receipts; 1823-1841; D.S.; 10 pieces; (7518)
1 6 George L. Cooper; Memorandum related to taxes, ca. 1827-1828; 2 pieces (2815)
Financial: Miscellaneous
1 7 Archibald McIntyre, Comptroller, Albany, [N.Y.]. Tax receipt, November 18, 1815; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (2955)
1 7 Bond of Charles D. Cooper for sum of $1585 to be paid in four equal payments to the City of Albany, September 2, 1817; D (printed form) (From SC9838: Item 450)
1 7 John Bogart. Receipt to Charles D. Cooper, Albany, September 4, 1817. Manuscript, 1p. (From SC9838: Item 514)
1 7 Hubbard & Falley, n.p. Receipt, October 16, 1823; D.S.; 1p. (2902)
1 7 Webb & Rawdon. Albany, [N.Y.]. Receipt, March 25, 1824; D.S.; 1p. (3113)
Land Papers
1 8 Case, Supreme Court, land dispute of Margaret Cooper regarding the Canadian and Nova Scotia refugee tract, Clinton County, [N.Y.], post-1841 (See also John Tayler Papers, SC20183, land papers) (From 14821: Item 29)
1 9 Field book, north part of 16th township, Totten and Crossfields Patent, Minerva, Essex County, Charles D. Cooper, n.d. See also the map with the call number (74753) [ca. 1800] listed under Essex County in the Appendix of Maps Catalogued as Maps or as Single Accessions at the end of the finding aid for SC20183.
1 10 Deed. Charles D. and Margaret Cooper to Cornelius K. Garrison; lot in 4th ward, City of Albany, August 20, 1830; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (2874)
1 11 Deed. John Wands, Jr., James Hilton and John Schoolcraft to Charles D. and Margaret Cooper; Mill Lot Number 1, Guilderland, December 12, 1829. D.S. (printed form filled in), 3p. (From SC9838: Item 482)
1 12 Deed. John Hoffnagel to Charles D. Cooper, lot in Willsborough [Willsboro], Essex County, September 11, 1813 (From 14821: Item 46)
1 13 Deed. New York State bought from Charles D. Cooper, Lot 190, Town of Onondaga, Onondaga County, [N.Y.], in payment for taxes, November 13, 1812 (From 14821: Item 47) (For maps see also the John Tayler Papers, SC20183, and its Appendix of Maps Catalogued as Single Accessions)
1 14 Memorandum of Lots 55 and 49, Klock and Remsen Patent assigned to Isaac Hutton, n.d. (A-8285)
1 15 Advertisement re: two wood lots for sale in the Town of Rhinebeck, December 19, 1814 (2717)
1 15 John Hoffnagel. Deposition re: property in Essex County, New York, November 16, 1815; (copy) 1p. (2898)
1 15 Statement of Samuel Cummings re: a parcel of land, Albany, [N.Y.], October 7, 1824 (2701)
Legal
1 16 Assignment of Charles D. Cooper as attorney to Samuel Huntting of Southhampton, Suffolk County, regarding the estate of his father, Benjamin Huntting, May 1808; D.S.; 3(4)p. (2905)
Case, regarding the sidewalk on Herkimer Street, Albany, New York, 1829
1 17 Declaration of sale of a lot on South Market Street from Mayor John Townsend and the aldermen of the City of Albany to Charles D. Cooper; signed by Tayler Cooper, attorney for Charles D. Cooper. Albany, April 20, 1829. D.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 500)
1 17 Eviction notice to Mary Lansing, widow of Myndert Lansing, from 621 South Market St., corner of South Market and Herkimer streets, executed by Charles D. Cooper and Margaret Cooper. Albany, April 30, 1829. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (From SC9838: Item 498)
1 17 P. Hooker. Bill for measuring of pavement in front of the lot leased to Mrs. Mary Lansing on Herkimer Street. September 2, 1829. A.N.S.; 1p. (From SC9838: Item 499)
Indenture of Ann Sweeney, orphan
1 18 Indenture, Ann Sweeney, aged eight years and ten months, an orphan, bound out by the Orphan Asylum Society in the City of New-York to Charles D. Cooper, of Albany. [New York City?], August 10, 1826. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (From SC9838: Item 515)
John Tayler Cooper
Correspondence
1 19 To Charles T. Cooper from Garnsey Hickox, Davenport, Delaware County, [N.Y.], January 24, 1837, re: property Cooper owns in Harpersfield, Delaware County; A.L.S.; 2p. (7851)
1 20 To John Tayler Cooper from C.D. Champlin, secretary of the Pleasant Valley Wine Co., Hammondsport, Steuben, County, N.Y., June 26, 1872, re: prices of wine and brandy; on company letterhead; A.L.S.; 2p. (7935)
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1820, 1830s
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Barak Niles, Cincinnatus, Cortland County, N.Y., September 21, 1820[?]; A.L.S.; 1p. (3005)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from H. Baldwin, Syracuse, [N.Y.], October17, 1830; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2760)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from N. Ely, New Berlin, [N.Y.], February 28, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (2854)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R. C. Lansing, Decatur, [Otsego County, N.Y.], March 5, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (2932)
1 21 (To John Tayler Cooper from Silas Washborn, Jefferson, [Schoharie County, N.Y.], March 5, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (12 x 7 in.) (3110)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Jeremiah Medbury; New Berlin, [N.Y.], March 28, 1831; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2970)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Silas Washborn, Jefferson, [Schoharie County, N.Y.], March 29, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (12.5 x 7.5 in.) (3111)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from William Griffin, Columbus, [Chenango County, N.Y.], April 8, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (2880)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from William Griffin, Columbus, April 11, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (2881)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Carter Mitchel & Co., Newark, N.J., July 1, 1831; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2983)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from John Tayler Hall, Albany, [N.Y.], July 13, 1831; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2883)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from N. Bliss, New York, July 28, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (2772)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [Clinton County, N.Y.], September 3, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (3040)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Capt. Peter Settle, Knox, N.Y., September 29, 1831; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8560)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, N.Y.], October 30, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (3041)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Joseph Page, Columbus, [N.Y.], November 9, 1831; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3016)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], November 25, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (3042)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], November 28, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (3043)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from George W. Clark, Newark, December 1, 1831; A.L.S.; 2p. (7852)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], January 5, 1832; A.L.S.; 1p. (3044)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R. Tayler Hall, Albany, [N.Y.], January 26, 1832; A.L.S.; 1p. (7945)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Garrit Storm, New York, [N.Y.], February 14, 1832; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (3077)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Henry N. Delavan, New York, [N.Y.], March 4, 1832; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2830)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Nathan Dunn, New York, [N.Y.], April 4, 1832; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2844)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, {N.Y.], June 21, 1832; A.L.S.; 1p. (3045)
1 21 To Cooper, John Tayler from Silas Wright, Jr., Comptroller’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], July 6, 1832; A.L.S.; 1(4) (A-8252)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Abraham Ogden, Floyd, [N.Y.], January 5, 1833; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3011)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Nathan Taylor and six others, New Berlin, April 12, 1833, petitioning Cooper to allow Richard Gage to stay on the lot he has been working and “enhancing” for one more year; L.S.; 1(4)p. (3084)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from J. Hendree [Hendell?], Detroit, [Michigan?], April 22, 1833; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2890)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Henry W. Delavan, Albany, [N.Y.], June 22, 1833; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8153)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], July 5, 1833; A.L.S.; 1p. (3046)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], September 7, 1833; A.L.S.; 1p. (3047)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Baldwin Gardner, New York, [N.Y.], November 28, 1833; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7931)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Baldwin Gardner, 146 Broadway, New York, [N.Y.[, January 6, 1834; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (7932)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from L.F. Newland, John Mayell, and S. Pruyn; Albany, [N.Y.], October 3, 1834; L.S.; 1(4)p. (3003)
1 21 To Cooper, John Tayler from Horatio Seymour, Utica, [N.Y.], April 4, 1835; A.L.S.: 2(4)p. (A-8249)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Levi Gallup, Jr., Jefferson, [N.Y.], February 15, 1836; A.L.S.; 1p. (2873)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Marvin Judd, Jefferson, [N.Y.], March 21, 1836; A.L.S.; 2p. (2912)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Simeon Tuttle, Jefferson, [N.Y.], April 15, 1836; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (9.5 x 7.5) (3095)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Troy, [N.Y.], July 6, 1836; A.L.S.; 1p. (3049)
1 21 To Cooper, John Tayler from [s.?] Van Rensselaer, Utica, [N.Y.], November 4, 1836; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8317)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from R.R. Rood, Mooers, [N.Y.], November 17 1836; A.L.S.; 1p. (3048)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from [?] Stratton, New York, [N.Y.], January 15 1837; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3079)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from A.D. Patchen, Staten Island, N.Y., December 29, 1838; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8264)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Jesse Maulton, Floyd, [N.Y.], July 14, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (7895)
1 21 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Medbury, New Berlin, December 19, [1839 – year torn off; from endorsement]; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8361)
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1840s
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from G.V.A. Elleary, New York, [N.Y.], May 5, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2850)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from William H. Seward, June 24, 1842; circular letter (printed); 1(4)p. (7893)
1 22 To Cooper, John Tayler from [Major?] Martin Sherman, Canandaigua, [N.Y.], November 29, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8339)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from George N. Cook, Hudson, [N.Y.], February 13, 1844; letter of introduction and recommendation of Anson Hart, who was contemplating opening a public house in Albany; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (2810)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from Charles Darling, Hudson, [N.Y.], February 13, 1844; letter of introduction and recommendation of Anson Hart, who was contemplating opening a public house in Albany; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (2824)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from William Wentz, Binghamton, [N.Y.], August 14, 1844; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3115)
1 22 (To) Cooper, John Tayler from T. Ridgeway, plumber, Albany, [N.Y.], September 19, 1846, re: cost for plumbing work; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8331)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from N. Ely, New Berlin, [N.Y.], February 19, 1847; A.L.S.; 1p. (7836)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from J.C. Hubbell, Chazy, [N.Y.], April 7, 1848; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8332)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from [?], December [?], 1848; circular letter re: the annual fair of St. Vincent’s Orphan Asylum at Bleecker Hall, [Albany, N.Y.]; broadside; 1(4)p. (A-8331)
1 22 To John Tayler Cooper from Gerrit Smith, Peterboro, [N.Y.], June 19, 1849; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (3721)
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1850s
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Joseph Day, Boston, May 25, 1850; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (8334)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from G.H. Cramm, April 25, 1851; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8356)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from W.T. Odell, May 7, 1851; A.L.S.; 1p. (7885)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from W. Walcott, Utica, [N.Y.], March 19, 1852; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7835)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from M. Finch, Keeseville, Essex County, [N.Y.], November 4, 1852; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8267)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Mikel Warner, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], March 9, 1853; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8274 [or 8274])
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Elijah Ward, New York, [N.Y.], September 1, 1853; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8291)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from A.G. Hall, Fulton, Oswego County, N.Y., November 5, 1853; A.L.S.; 1p. (8251)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], March 20, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Peter Marick, Vestal Center, April 21, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8257)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Philander Mallett, May 11, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Peter Marick, June 18, 1854; A.L.S.; 2p. (8256)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from A.G. Hull, Fulton, [N.Y.], June 22, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8261)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from William Johnson, Fulton, Oswego County, [N.Y.], June 26, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8250)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from A.G. Hull, Fulton, [N.Y.], July 15, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8261 [sic])
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.W. Robinson, New York, [N.Y.], July 21, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8254)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Robert J. Howe, New York, [N.Y.], August 7, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8255)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storrs, Columbus, [N.Y.], November 14, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8294)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], November 16, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Bates, Jr., New Berlin, [N.Y.], November 17, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8291)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Bates, Jr., New Berlin, [N.Y.], November 27, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8291 [sic])
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from A.T. Buckhurst, New York, December 1, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8253)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Daniel Gale, Lake George, Caldwell, Warren County, N.Y., December 8, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8252)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Bates, Jr., Columbus, [N.Y.], December 21, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8291 [sic])
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from New York State Commissary General’s Office, New York, [N.Y.], December 26, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8297)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], December 30, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Thomas D. Roberts, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8259) – not in folder
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Bates, Jr., New Berlin, [N.Y.], January 1, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8291)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Bates, Jr., Columbus, [N.Y.], January 15, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8291 [sic])
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], February 2, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Salmon B. Crandall, Columbus, [N.Y.?], March 7, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8265)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from M. Schoonmaker, State of New-York Canal Department, Albany, [N.Y.], March 10, 1855; A.L.S.; 2p. (3062)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Lloyd, Albany, [N.Y.], March 15, 1855; A.L.S.; 3(4) (8240)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Deming Dean, New York, [N.Y.], April 20, 1855; A.L.S.; 2p. (8242)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], April 30, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Jas. B Sanders, Albany, [N.Y.], May 1, 1855; A.N.S.; 1p. (A-8337)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from G.W. Kirtland, Waterford, [N.Y.], May 12, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8262)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Lloyd, May [?] 12, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8238)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Ed. Wilkes, New York, May 15, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (7908)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Isaac Arnold, New York, [N.Y.], May 26, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8258)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from August Lomus, June 27, 1855; A.L.S.; 2p. (8332)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from John H. Gardiner, Sharon Springs, [N.Y.], July 17, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8260)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Medbury, New Berlin, [N.Y.], July 19 and August 10, 1855; A.L.S.; 2 pieces; (8292)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Samuel Lloyd, Albany, [N.Y.], November 8, 1855; A.L.S.; 2p. (8239)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from L.J. Lloyd, Albany, [N.Y.], December 1, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8236)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from H.E. Storr, Columbus [Chenango County, N.Y.?], December 26, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8263)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from Thomas Staats, Ballston, [N.Y.], February [?], 1857; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8346)
1 23 To John Tayler Cooper from M. Schoonmaker, Kingston, [N.Y.], May 8, 1857; 1p. (3063)
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1860s
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from J.L. Benedict, Custom House, New York, [N.Y.], August 10, 1860; A.L.S.; 3(4) (A-8275)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from C.H. Sage, Fulton, [N.Y.], October 5, 1860; A.L.S.; 1p. (8345)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Barent S. Boyd, Columbus, [N.Y.], January 28, 1861; A.L.S.; (7884)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from A.D. Sloane, New York, [N.Y.], February 12, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7845)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from William C. Stephen, Fulton, [N.Y.], February 23, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7834)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Sanders & DeWitt, Albany, [N.Y.], August 17, 1861; A.L.S.; 3p. (7857)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Wm. Henry Anthon, New York, [N.Y.], October 25, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7907)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from George Bell, French Mountain, January 2, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p. (8344)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Barent Staats Boyd, Columbus, N.Y., January 7, 1862; A.L.S.; 2p. (8342)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Silas P. Habbell, Champlain, [N.Y.], February 8, 1862; A.L.S.; 2p. (7842)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Barent Staats Boyd, Columbus, N.Y., June 30, 1862; A.L.S.; 2p. (8342)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from B.D. French, Chittenango, [N.Y.], July 10, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p. (8349)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Orson P. Morse, Minerva, [N.Y.], July 29, 1862; A.L.S.; 2p. (8352)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from James P. Locklin, Ballston, [N.Y.], December 6, 1862; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8549)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from I.S. Beach, Ballston Spa, [N.Y.], December 14[?], 1862; A.L.S.; 1p; (8511)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from James P. Locklin, Ballston, [N.Y.], December 15, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p. (8549)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from I.S. Beach, Ballston Spa, [N.Y.], December 23, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p; (8511)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from James P. Locklin, Ballston, [N.Y.], December 28, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p. (8549)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from I.S. Beach, Ballston Spa, [N.Y.], January 2, 1863; A.L.S.; 1p; (8511)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from I.S. Beach, Ballston Spa, February 19, 1863; A.L.S.; 1p; (8511)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Barent Staats Boyd, Columbus, N.Y., March 21,1863; A.L.S.; 2p. (8342)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from C. Williams, Caldwell, [N.Y.], October 31, 1863; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8357)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from L. Hotaling, Albany, [N.Y.], December 22, 1863; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8277)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Barent Staats Boyd, Columbus, N.Y., August 2, 1864; A.L.S.; 2p. (8342)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Charles H. Williams, September 25, 1864; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8358)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from F.A. Conkling, New York, February 2, 1866; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (7862)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Isaac Brown, n.p., February 10, 1866; A.L.S.; 1p. (8348)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Enos Culver, Mecklenburg, Schuyler County, N.Y., March 26, 1866; A.L.S.; 1p. (8350)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from D. Oswin, Rexville, [Steuben County, N.Y.], July 30, 1866; A.L.S.; 1p. (8347)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Alexander McDonald, Rexville, [N.Y.], January 2, 1867; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8341)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Benjamin Huntington, Albany, [N.Y.], February 14, 1867; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8340)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Alexander McDonald, Rexville, [N.Y.], May 18, 1867; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8341)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Alexander McDonald, Rexville, [N.Y.], December 10, 1867; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8341)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Alexander McDonald, Rexville, [N.Y.], February 1, 1868; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8341)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Alexander McDonald, Rexville, [N.Y.], April 28, 1868; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8341)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from H.M. Torrey, n.p., March 5, 1869; A.L.S.; 2p. (7882)
1 24 To John Tayler Cooper from Thomas Clark, n.d.; A.L.S.; 2p. (8319) – not in folder
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1870s
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Stephen Haynes, Jr., Jefferson, [N.Y.], July 15, 1871; A.L.S.; 1p. (7846)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Newcomb & Bailey, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Albany, N.Y., August 28, 1871; A.L.S.; 1p. (8154)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from J.H. Hammond, New York State Attorney General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], December, 13, 1871; A.L.S.; 2p. (8354) (8354)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Edward Benedict, Narrowsburg, [Sullivan County, N.Y.?], February [?] 5, 1872; A.L.S.; 1p. (8355)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from L.J. Lloyd, Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufacturer, Albany, [N.Y.], July 8, 1872; A.L.S.; 1p. (7856)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from S.M. Childs, Syracuse, [N.Y.], July 25, 1872; A.L.S.; 2p. (7844)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from C.D. Champlin, secretary of the Pleasant Valley Wine Co., Hammondsport, Steuben, County, N.Y., October 26, 1872, bill; on company letterhead; A.L.S.; 1p. (7935)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Hiram Wood, Caldwell, [N.Y.], April 14, 1873; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8319)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from J.B. Nott, Little Falls, [N.Y.], October 11, 1873; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (A-8320)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Hiram Wood, December 31, 1873; A.L.S.; 1p. (7911)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Henry L. Mygott, Oxford, [N.Y.], June 1, 1874; A.L.S.; 2p. (7912)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from William Lacy, agent for Fire, Marine & Life Insurance Agency, Albany, N.Y., December 1, 1874; A.L.S.; 1p. (7913)
1 25 To John Tayler Cooper from Theodore Townsend, Albany Insurance Company, Albany, [N.Y.], December 27, 1877; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7917)
To John Tayler Cooper from Charles D. Cooper (brother),1844, [1862]
1 26 To John Tayler Cooper from Charles D. Cooper, June 12, 1844; A.L.S.; 4p. (7889)
1 26 To John Tayler Cooper from Charles D. Cooper, December 29, 1862; A.L.S.; 3p. (7858)
To John Tayler Cooper from others, 1844-1855
1 27 To John Tayler Cooper from R. Tracy, Hudson, [N.Y.], February 13, 1844; A.L.S.; 1p. (13 x 8 in.) (3093)
1 27 To [John Tayler? Cooper] from P.A. Williams, [?], May 4, 1844; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8321)
1 27 To John Tayler Cooper from Thomas D. Roberts, Floyd, [N.Y.], October 24, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8250)
1 27 To John Tayler Cooper from E.W. Goodman, Caldwell, [N.Y.], November 20, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8262)
1 27 To John Tayler Cooper from Benjamin Bundy, Mooers Forks, [Clinton County], N.Y., March 4-April 20, 1855; A.L.S.; 4p. (7881)
1 27 To [John Tayler? Cooper] from David Steer, n.p., October 27, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8333)
From John Tayler Cooper to others, 1831-1871, n.d.
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to Major Popham, Scarsdale, Westchester County, [N.Y.], March 16 and 31, 1831; A.L.S.; 3p. (12454)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to Edward Smith, July 11, 1832; A.L.S.; 1p. (7874)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Mount Morris, to Clark, n.p., September 24, 1846; A.L.S.; 4p. (7890)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to [?], June 11, 1847; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8334)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to M.R. Greene [?], December 21, 1849; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8247)
1 28 To John Tayler Cooper from H.S. Fairchild, Treasurer’s Office, Military Association, Rochester, [N.Y.], August 19, 1856; broadside; 1p. (8526)
1 28 To John Tayler Cooper from H.S. Fairchild, Treasurer’s Office, New-York State Military Association, December 1857; broadside; 1p. (8527)
1 28 From E. Frisby and others, Albany, [N.Y.], May 12, 1859. Invitation to dedication of the New York State Arsenal and Armory on May 16, 1859; broadside; 1p. (8532)
1 28 To John Tayler Cooper from John Cuerdon, Ballston, [N.Y.], December 10, 1862; A.L.S.; with return from Cuerdon, dated Ballston Spa, December 24, 1862 (8521)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to James Locklin, [December?] 3, 1863; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8286)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to Isaac Brown, February 14, 1866; A.L.S.; 2p. (7843)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], to Isaac Brown, Mecklenburgh, [N.Y.], February 14, 1866; draft letter; AL; 2p. (8351)
1 28 To John Tayler Cooper from William Dwyer, n.p., July 15, 1869; A.L.S.; 1p. (8343)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper to Newcomb & Bailey, Albany, [N.Y.], September 7, 1871; A.L.S.; 1p. (8155)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper to L. Booth, Esq.; n.p., n.d. (A8280)
1 28 From John Tayler Cooper to Messrs. Lawrence & Hyatt, n.d. Copy; 1p. (8 x 5.5 in.) (2934)
1 29 To John Tayler Cooper from Charles D. Nott (nephew), Marlboro, March 10, [1856 – from endorsement]; A.L.S.; 1p. (8237)
To Orlando Meads
1 30 To Orlando Meads (attorney), from Matilda De Rose, Mariaville, December 9, 1847; A.L.S.; 1p. (8267)
1 30 To Orlando Meads, (attorney), from Isabella Van Epps, Mariaville, October 21, 1850; A.L.S.; 1p. (8266)
1 30 To Orlando Meads (attorney), from Matilda De Rose, Mariaville, August 27, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8267)
1 30 To Orlando Meads, (attorney), from C.B. Metcalf, Worcester, August 28, 1868; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8138)
MISCELLANEOUS to and from others, 1823-1870, n.d.
1 31 To Mr. Gross, Palentine [sic], [N.Y.], from B.F. Young, Albany, [N.Y.], January[?] 20, 1823; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8255)
1 31 To Stephen Gould, Providence, R.I., from Abraham. Shearman, Jr., New Bedford, Mass., March 5, 1829; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (7886)
1 31 To John Tayler Cooper from William D. Millwine, 1832; 1(4)p. (8366)
1 31 To Howell Cobb from William [?] Holsedger, New York, [N.Y.], March 31, 1838; 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 505)
1 31 To [John Tayler Cooper?] from A.C. Moore, Plattsburgh, [N.Y.], May 6, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (7926)
1 31 To [John Tayler Cooper?] from George [Olmsworth?], Columbus, [N.Y.?], October 23, 18[4?]3; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8266)
1 31 To John Tayler Cooper from John Van Buren, New York, [N.Y.], August 29, 1851; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (7883)
To G.L. Wilson, Esq., Albany, N.Y., from E.J.C. Wood, Aiken, S.C., June 22, 1857; A.L.S.; 1p. (8360)
1 31 To C. Villard, Albany, N.Y., from Z.C. Frist [?], Utica, July 7, 1857; telegraph; 1p. (A-8240)
1 31 To [John Tayler Cooper?] from E. Anthony, New York, [N.Y.]. ca. 1860s. Request for “Dear Sir” to sit for a photograph by “the celebrated photographer Mr. Brady” for Mr. Anthony to add to Anthony’s “extensive collection of distinguished Americans”; A.L.S.; 1p. (8363)
1 31 To [John Tayler Cooper?] from John McNair, Oswego, [N.Y.], November 30, 1860; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (A-8323)
1 31 To Orlando Meads, Esq. from G.W.D. Dakin, Chicago, [Ill.], July 28, 1862; A.L.S.; 2p. (A-8225)
1 31 To [?] from I.S. Beach, Esq., n.p., July 20, 1863; AL; 1p. (A-8282)
1 31 To Dexter Reynolds, Albany, [N.Y.], from Rogers and Bowen, Buffalo, [N.Y.], March 1, 1864; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8226)
1 31 To [?] from E.G. Spaulding, Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Buffalo, [N.Y.], December 16, 18[6]4 [year from endorsement], A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8228)
1 31 To [John Tayler Cooper] from Henry W. Torrey, n.p., September 7, 1865; 2(4)p. (8353)
1 31 To George H. Thacher, Esq., Mayor [of Albany, N.Y.], from J.P. Wright, [Albany, N.Y.], May 7, 1870; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8579)
1 31 To George Thatcher [i.e., Thacher] from Lyman Tremain of Peckham and Tremain, law offices, Albany, [N.Y.] July 18, 1870, A.L.S.; 1p. (7850)
1 31 To Major William Collrath, Fort Schuyler, [N.Y.], from Major A. Hardenbergh, n.d.; 1p. (19 x 23 cm.); regarding survey (From SC9838: Item 479)
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1821-1828
2 32 John Tayler Cooper. Bill from Cantine & Leake [Leaks?] dated August 27, 1821; paid November 28, 1823; D.S.; 1p. (7951)
2 32 Daniel Mosely. Bill to Bloodgood and Cooper, August 7, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (8107)
2 32 John Tayler Cooper. Bill from the Catskill Mountain House, paid July 22, 1824, and signed by Wm. Van Bergan; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 32 Ledger sheet for Bloodgood & Cooper, South Swan St., [Albany, N.Y.], 1824-1828, for paper, quills, sand, ink, pen knife, etc.; 1p. (2726)
2 32 Robert Swain. Receipt for $32 from Bloodgood & Cooper re: Robert Swain vs. John C. Shiffer, 1826; A.L.S.; 1p. (8313)
2 32 Lewis L. Van Kleeck. Bill to Bloodgood & Cooper, May 3, 1827; A.L.S.; 1p. (7919)
2 32 John Tayler Cooper. Memo concerning account with Sinclair & Walsh, re: 1828; MS; 2p. (7875)
2 32 John Walsh and Samuel Sinclair. Notes of hand to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], July 22, 1828; A.N.S.; 4 pieces (8324)
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1830s
2 33 Figures related to brew house, etc. [Albany, N.Y.], 1831-1836; 4 pieces (7952)
2 33 Bleecker & Henry. Letter from S.W.&H., January 12, 1832. A.L.S.; 1p. (7838)
2 33 To Abraham Varick, Esq. from [?], New York, February 1, 1832, re: Garrit Storm; AL; 1(4)p. (2719)
2 33 Albany Insurance Company. Account of John Tayler Cooper. D.S.; March 9, 1833; 1p. (2889)
2 33 Bill from the American Hotel, 229 Broadway, New York, N.Y., to Gen. Cooper, October 11, 1833; includes line drawing of the hotel (no number)
2 33 Agreement between John Tayler Cooper and Erastus Corning re: New-York State Bank, Albany, N.Y., June 7, 1836; D.S.; 2(4)p. (A-8256)
2 33 Agreement between John Tayler Cooper and Christian Miller re: New-York State Bank, Albany, N.Y., June 7, 1836; D.S.; 2(4)p. (A-8259)
2 33 Bills from the mayor/city of Albany to the estate of Charles D. Cooper, 1836, 1839 and 1840; 3 pieces; MS (7924)
2 33 Agreement between John Tayler Cooper and Thomas M. Myron., July 16, 1839; A.D.S.; 1p. (8108)
2 33 John Tayler Cooper. Bills, receipts and estimates; 2 pieces; MS (7879)
2 33 Estimates/bills; 75 items (7951)
2 33 List of names in two columns; one column headed: Sinclair & Walsh, the other headed Sinclair Welsh [sic] & Hall; n.d.; MS; (8306)
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1840s
2 34 Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1840s. 5 pieces (7879)
2 34 Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1840s. 4 pieces (7951)
2 34 Bill for John Tayler Cooper for stay at the Astor House in New York City, May 25, 1841; with line drawing of the building and notes on verso; D.S.; 2p. (no number)
2 34 Agreement between John Tayler Cooper and James I. Kelly, July 27, 1841; A.L.S.; 1p. (7837)
2 35 Bond between Clarkson F. Crosby and Henrietta Fondey, [Albany, N.Y.?], October 8, 1847; A.D.S.; 3(4)p. (A-8227)
2 34 Archibald McClure. Record of fees in Chancery case, September 19, 1848; A.L.S.; 2p. (8137)
2 34 John Tayler Cooper. Mortgage on Goods and Chattels, Albany, N.Y. March 29, 1849; A.D.S. (printed form); 1p. (A-8325)
2 34 Six items with no number
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1850s
2 35 Deposits and interest, April 25, 1851-August 20, 1853, AD; 2p. (7879)
2 35 New York (State). Comptroller. Copy of book of taxes for 1826. June 15, 1852 [sic] (8365) – not in folder
2 35 R, Durlsey. Freight bill from New York Central Rail Road Company, May 17, 1854. D.S.; 1p. (8133)
2 35 Bill related to cut stone purchased; Dated West Rutland, [Vermont], September 9 and November 16, 1854; John Meads; AD; 1p. (A-8329)
2 35 Mortgage of Good and Chattels between Samuel Lloyd of Albany, N.Y., and John Tayler Cooper, March 22, 1855; D.S.; 2p. Attached to the document is a six-page manuscript inventory of Lloyd’s “personal chattel.” (A-8305)
2 35 Two documents related to damage of a house. C.L. Austin to J.T. Cooper, May 1855; AD; 3p. (A-8303)
2 35 Charles W. Mink. Release of John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], June 21, 1855; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8372)
2 35 Bill of sale for rye between Thomas Brooks and John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], March 14, 1858; D.S.; 1p. (A-8306)
2 35 Bill dated Albany, July 2, 1858 (7952)
2 35 Accounts, Bills, Receipts. 2 pieces (7951)
2 35 Ca. 50 items with no number
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1860s
2 36 C.D. Egert & Co., Manufacturers of Mineral Waters, and Bottlers of Champagne Ale, Gaul’s Philadelphia Porter, Champagne Cider, Lager Beer, &c. …”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, 1860; D.S.; 1p. (8086)
2 36 City Hay Scales. Chesebro. Weight of a load of hay, April 6, 1860; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8081)
2 36 C.A. DeForest & Co. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.], June 6, 1860; A.D.S.; 1p. (8103)
2 36 S. Wright & Co. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], December 15, 1860; A.D.S.; 1p. (8102)
2 36 J.B. Sanders & Co., “Dealers in Provisions, Fish, Salt, Seeds, Brooms, &c. … Albany, [N.Y.]”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, December 20, 1860; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number – 8125?)
2 36 John Winne & Son, “Cabinet & Upholstery Ware Rooms … Albany, [N.Y.]”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, December 21, 1860; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 Barent S. Boyd. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.]. January 4, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8129)
2 36 John Winne & Son, “Cabinet & Upholstery Ware Rooms … Albany, [N.Y.]”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, January 6, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 Primus Robinson. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.], January 11, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8101)
2 36 Thos. McElroy [?]. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y,], January 14, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8104)
2 36 Benjamin Marsh, “Watches and Jewelry, and Manufacturer of Silver Ware”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], January 17, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8100)
2 36 James Davis & Sons. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, January 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8098)
2 36 John Tayler [sic]. Weight of a load of hay, January 21, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8099)
2 36 George Todd. Receipts from John Tayler Cooper, January 21, 1861, April 9, 1861, and May 13, 1861; A.D.S.; 3 pieces (8116)
2 36 A. McAllister, Albany, [N.Y.]. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, January 23, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8096)
2 36 Forsyth & Sergeant, Troy, January 31, 1861, to Gen. Cooper acknowledging receipt of check; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Geo. Mascord, “Wholesale Dealer in Imported Brandies, Wines, Segars, etc.,” Albany, N.Y. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, February 1, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 Taylor & Waterman, “Dealers in Carpeting of All Kinds, Oil Cloth, Rugs, &c. … Albany, [N.Y.]” Bill to John Tayler Cooper, February 6, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 Wright and Maguire, “Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Poultry and Game, No. 44 State Street, Albany, [N.Y.]”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, February 21, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8115)
2 36 To John Tayler Cooper from Benjamin Huntington, Rome, [N.Y.], February 23, 1867; A.N.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 J.&W. Blackall, “Locksmiths & Bell Hangers … Albany, [N.Y.]. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 1, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8087)
2 36 Albany & Bethlehem Turnpike Co. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 1, 1861, “toll for farm drive … one carriage toll …”; A.D.S.; 1p. (8109)
2 36 Albany, N.Y., City Chamberlain. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 1, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8110)
2 36 J. Schuyler Crosby. Letter to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], March 2, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8105)
2 36 Johnson & Offenheiser. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 2, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8131)
2 36 John Winne & Son, “Cabinet & Upholstery Ware Rooms … Albany, [N.Y.]”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 12, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8085)
2 36 James Cooper. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 15, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8120)
2 36 Mary D. Henry. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, March 15, 1861; AD; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Eclectic magazine subscription. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 15, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Samuel Briggs. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], March 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8090)
2 36 Munsell & Rowland. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8091)
2 36 James Davis & Sons. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 19, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8092)
2 36 Patrick Donelly. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], March 23, 1861, “seventy-five cents for shoveling show this day”; A.D.S.; 1p. (8088)
2 36 Andrew Yorke. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 26, 1861 and May 10, 1861; A.D.S.; 2 pieces (8117)
2 36 Antrim White (Formerly White & Russell). Manufacturer of and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Mattresses, Cushions, Feathers, Comforters, Cots, &c. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 27, 1861; D.S.; 1; (8126)
2 36 Albany [N.Y.] Post Office. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, March 31, 1861, and June 30, 1861; A.D.S.; 2 pieces (8095)
2 36 Bill to John Tayler Cooper from Owen Curran for $1.66, Albany, [N.Y.], April 1, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8079)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Bill from Pruyn Marble & Co., [Albany, N.Y.?], April 1, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8084)
2 36 Memorandum, April 1, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8089)
2 36 Bartlet Matthews (his mark). Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, n,p., April 2, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8118)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Bill for hay from E.L. McClasky, “City Hay Scales, Wholesale and Retail of Hay Straw & Feed …,” Albany, [N.Y.], April 3, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8083)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Receipt of dues paid to the Albany Institute, Albany, [N.Y.], April 4, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8082)
2 36 Bill to J.T. Cooper from Albany Gas Light Co., Albany, [N.Y.], April 4, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8119)
2 36 Thomas Roak [?], Patrick Keiley, mason, “for repairs done to houses [owned by] John Tayler Cooper, April 6, 1861; AD; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Charles Gibbins. Bill to Thomas O’Rourke, Albany, [N.Y.], April 9, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8128)
2 36 Kewin and Dickerman. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], April 12, 1861; written on the back of a Bank of Albany savings/withdrawal slip; A.D.S.; 1p. (8111)
2 36 Malcom [sic] McCracken. Receipt for John Tayler Cooper, n.p., April 13, 1861, and April 29, 1961; A.D.S.; 2 pieces (8122)
2 36 Thomas Cayton. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, April 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8113)
2 36 Rooney & Brother. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], April 29, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8132)
2 36 [J? G?] Silverstone. Receipt for Thomas O’Rourke, n.p., May 1, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8123)
2 36 Samuel J. King of “S.J. King, General News Dealer and Carrier for the Herald, Tribune, Times, News, World, Courier & Enquirer and Express, Together with All the Weeklies, Magazines and Publications … 512 Broadway.” Bill to John Tayler Cooper, May 1, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8124)
2 36 Benjamin Payn. Receipt for John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], May 1, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8121)
2 36 John Caswell. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], May 4, 1861; D.S.; 2p. (no number)
2 36 E.A. Selkirk & Co., Albany, [N.Y.]. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, May 8, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8097)
2 36 City Hay Scales. Re: load of hay. Albany, [N.Y.], May 10, 1861 and May 30, 1861; AD; 2 pieces (no number)
2 36 S. Miller. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], May 11, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8127)
2 36 Thomas O’Keef [O’Keefe ?]. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper for “carpenter work,” [Albany, N.Y.], May 11, 1861; AD; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Receipt for groceries bill signed by James Cooper to Gen. J.T. Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], May 13, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Thomas O’Rourke. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, May 14, 1861; A.D.S.; 2p. (8130)
2 36 Thomas Caton. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper for “one month’s wages” ($14.00), May 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 J. Schuyler Crosby. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.], May 18, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 E.N. Harris. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], May 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Daniel Capron. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper for payment for “day work,” Albany, [N.Y.], May 18, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 To J. Cooper, Esq., from Rufus H. King, Albany, [N.Y.], May 20, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 B. Baker, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Oysters, Clams, Fish, &c., &c., … Albany. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, May 25, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 John Caswell. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.], May 25, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 I.M. Lawrence, West Troy, [N.Y.] to John Tayler Cooper, May 27, 1861. Statement of rents. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Albany [N.Y.]. Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, June 1, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8094)
2 36 John Caswell. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.], June 1, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Jonas C. Hartt [?]. Receipt, June 3, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Albany, N.Y. Chamberlain’s Office. Payment from John Tayler Cooper of tax and water bill on 100 Church Street property, June 4, 1861; A.D.S. (printed form); 2 pieces (no number)
2 36 Primus Robinson. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper “for cleaning” [Albany, N.Y.], June 7, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Albany Zouaves. Receipt for donation from Gen. Cooper, June 7, 1861. Verso: Note to “My dear General” from General Frederick Townsend, n.d.; A.D.S.; 2p. (no number)
2 36 John P. Phillips, “Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Game and Poultry, also Live Poultry and Eggs … 90 State Street, Albany.” Bill to John Tayler Cooper, June 11, 1861; D.S.; 1p. (8106)
2 36 Rooney & Brother. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, n.p., June 17, 1861; A.N.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 John P. Nessly. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], June 18, 1861; A.N.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Riker & Winne. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], June 22, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (8093)
2 36 Samuel Briggs. Receipt from John Tayler Cooper for “one month’s wages” ($15.00), July 4, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 Taylor & Waterman, “Dealers in Carpeting of All Kinds, Oil Cloth, Rugs, &c. … Albany, [N.Y.]” Bill to John Tayler Cooper, July 6, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 Steele & King, “Manufacturers and Importers of Paper Hangings”. Bill to John Tayler Cooper, July 7, 1861; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 36 To John Tayler Cooper from J.F. Hartley for the Secretary of the Treasury, November 2, 1861. A.D.S.; 1p. (7925)
2 36 Albany Insurance Company. Premium of Miss Henrietta Temple, Albany, [N.Y.], July 1, 1864; D.S.; 1p. (8139)
2 36 Simmons and Rooney. Receipt from James Edwards, January 12, 1865. Re: Orland Meads vs. George Hand; D.S.; 1p. (8149)
2 36 To John Tayler Cooper from Benjamin Huntington, Rome, [N.Y.], December 10, 1867, re: rent due from William Watson; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Agreement with Simon Bell, August 4, 1868; A.D.S., 2p. (7854)
2 36 J.W. Osborn & Martin, “Dealers in Roofing Materials, Marbleized Slate Mantles, Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron, Cornice, Window and Door Caps. Roofs Covered with Slate, Tin and Warren’s Roofing … Albany, [N.Y.].” Bill to John Tayler Cooper, November 17, 1868; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Bills, receipts and estimates; 2 pieces (7879)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Bills, receipts and estimates; 2 pieces (7952)
2 36 [?]. Memorandum of groceries, n.d., 1p. (8114)
2 36 John Tayler Cooper. Miscellaneous bills and receipts; 3 pieces (8516)
2 36 Edward Silverstone. Receipt from Mr. Rourke [O’Rourke/] for work done at 190 South Pearl St., [Albany, N.Y.?]; A.N.S.; 1p. (no number)
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, 1870s
2 37 Bills related to Margaret (Marquerita) Cooper’s education and boarding with Madam Nan in New York City, March 1, 1875, and June 1, 1875; 2 pieces (8516)
2 37 Receipts for payments from Michael Dugan (Duggan) to John Tayler Cooper, n.p. August 28, 1871, July 23, 1872, August 26, 1872, and February 22, 1873; A.N.S.; 4 pieces (no number)
2 37 John Tayler Cooper. Miscellaneous memoranda; 2 pieces (7952)
Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts, n.d.
2 38 Mead & Alvord. “Proposals for making ten or more [St. Domingo] mahogany doors” for John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], n.d.; AD; 1p. (12.5 x 7.5 in.) (2969)
2 38 Tivoli Manufacturing Co. Bill; [Albany, N.Y.?]; n.d.; 1p. (7952)
2 38 Dimensions of a building plus cost for erecting/dismantling? each portion, n.p., n.d. 2p. (7952)
2 38 Sundry bills paid and lists; several written on back of front sides of envelopes and one postcard; n.p., n.d.; 6 pieces (7952)
2 38 List of landscape/gardening work done. n.p.; n.d. 2p. (7952)
2 38 “Diagram [and cost] of pump air chandelier &c”. W.K.; 1p. (7952)
2 38 Invitation to the commencement of the Law Department of Union University at Tweddle Hall, Thursday … May 20, [no year]; address by David Dudley Field. (printed) Verso: Handwritten shopping list with items checked off. D; 2p. (8113)
2 38 Bill, n.p. n.d.; 1p. (8516)
2 38 James Denneston. Estimate for building stables for John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], n.d. (no number)
2 38 Gaudin? [Guardenier?] & Selkirk. Description of how a carriage is to be built. [Albany, N.Y.?]; n.d. (no number)
Two items; n.p.; n.d. (no number)
John Tayler Cooper. Accounts with James B. Sanders, 1851-1865
2 39 John Tayler Cooper. Accounts with James B. Sanders, 1851-1865; 19 pieces (7953)
2 39 To James B. Sanders from James V. Henry, Jersey City, [N.Y.], March 5, 1852; A.L.S.; 1p. (8537)
2 39 To James B. Sanders from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], April 19, 1852; 1p. (A-8302)
2 39 To James B. Sanders from Duncan Sheiman & Company, Bankers, New York, November 8, 1852; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8268)
2 39 To James B. Sanders from Salmon B. Crandall, Columbus, [N.Y.], December 24, 1853, noting the barn and the house on the property need to be repaired; he writes: “you may think I am triing [sic] to decieve [sic] you but what I say you will find to be true …”; A.L.S.; 1p. (7922)
2 39 John Tayler Cooper. Check, drawn on New-York State Bank, to J.B. Sanders, August 15, 1855; D.S.; 1p. (7950)
Land Papers
2 40 Articles of agreement between John Tayler Cooper and Samuel Sinclair, John Walsh, and John T. Hall, regarding lease of brewery on Herkimer Street, Albany, New York, May 1832; 18p. (7954). See also Financial: Accounts, Bills, Receipts for 1820s, 1830s.
2 40 Isaac O. Davis. Inventory of goods and chattels of Samuel Sinclair, John Walsh, and John T. Hall, “found at the brewery at the corner of South Market & Herkimer Sts.,” November 1, 1833; D.S.; 1p. (7873)
2 41 Articles of agreement between John Tayler Cooper of Albany, N.Y., and Carlos E. Cory of Vestal, Broome County, N.Y., in which Cory is buying property owned by Cooper, September 25, 1841; A.L.S.; 3 pieces (A-8326)
Assignment of lot in Guilderland, New York
2 42 Payment of estate of Harmanus Wendell to John Tayler Cooper, March 1822; 2p. (From SC9338: Item 452)
2 42 Payment of estate of Harmanus Wendell to John Tayler Cooper, March 1822; 2p. (From SC9338: Item 453)
2 42 Payment of the estate of Hermanus Wendell to Bloodgood & Cooper, April 1822; 1p. (From SC9338: Item 454)
2 42 Assignment of lot in Guilderland, New York, Harmanus Wendell to Lawrence Van Kleeck to John Tayler Cooper, 1815-1827; A.L.S.; 3 pieces (9 pages) (From SC9338: Item 455)
2 42 Assignment of lot in Guilderland, New York, Harmanus Wendell to Lawrence Van Kleeck to John Tayler Cooper, April 17, 1822; D.S.; 14p. (From SC9338: Item 456)
2 43 City and County of Albany, [N.Y.]. Clerk’s Office. Cases, docket searches, November 6, 1839; January 10, 1842; n.d.; 4 pieces (A-8273)
2 43 City and County of Albany, [N.Y.]. Clerk’s Office. Cases, docket searches, December 27, 1841; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (A-8271)
2 43 City and County of Albany, [N.Y.]. Clerk’s Office. Cases, docket searches, April 2, 1852; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (A-8272)
2 44 E.H. Tucker. Notice to John Tayler Cooper. Citation by City of Albany Board of Health, September 7, 1833, that “the privy [at 566 South Market Street] … is overflowing with filth”; D.S.; 1p. (7933)
2 45 D. Russell, justice of the peace. Warrant to remove John McGoren [McGoun?] from the store at the east corner of State and Green Streets owned by John Tayler Cooper, May 4, 1855; James B. Sanders appeared on Cooper’s behalf; D.S. (printed form); 2p. (8369)
2 46 Certificate, lease of store and dwelling on 126 State Street, Albany, New York, John Tayler Cooper to James M. Hallenbeck, March 7, 1838; D.S.; 2p. (8080)
2 47 Articles of Agreement, lot on Green Street, between Beaver and Hudson streets, Albany, New York, John Tayler Cooper to Robert Jennings, May 21, 1855; D.S.; 2p. (A-8324)
2 48 Power of Atorney, 9 lots, Great Lots 9 and 10, First Ward, City of Albany and lots 63, 64, 67, and 68, City of Albany, belonging to James King to be sold by his attorney, John Tayler Cooper, October 26, 1840. D.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 489)
2 49 Sheriff’s deed, etc. John Daly to Eleanor Brown, lot on Hudson Street, 10th ward, now 1st ward, Albany, New York, involving the Supreme Court, William Beardsley to Orlando Meads, sheriff’s certificate. Brown vs. Daly, et al. Papers in the case, 1845-1850; D.S.; 8 pieces (8158)
2 49 Sheriff’s deed, etc., lot on Hudson Street, 10th Ward, now 1st Ward, Albany, New York, John Daly to Eleanor Brown, involving the Supreme Court, William Beardsley to Orlando Meads, sheriff’s certificate. Cassidy & Edwards. Agreement to indemnify Eleanor Brown, May 9, 1856; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (8134)
2 50 Certificate, lot on Jefferson Street, between Hawk and Swan streets, Albany, New York, John Tayler Cooper to Michael Dugan, August 23, 1870; D.S.; 4p (A-8338)
2 51 Mortgage, lots 77 and 63, City of Albany, New York, Ann Boardman and Charles A. Boardman to Mary Ayer, December 29, 1859; D.S. (printed form); 4p. (A-8241)
2 52 Certificate, 2 lots bordered on north by Hudson Street, Albany, New York, John Tayler Cooper to Gibson Oliver, August 10, 1868; D.S.; 2p. (A-8322)
2 53 Agreement, store and lots 76-78 Washington Street, Albany, Charles Brown to David G. Keene, October 28, 1837; D.S.; 2(4)p. (2780)
2 54 Deed, Lot 9, Watervliet, Albany County, New York. Deed of a plot of land from John Schuyler to Silas Covell, December 20, 1797; D.S.; 1p. (8152)
2 55 Lease, lot in Columbus, Chenango County, New York. John Tayler Cooper. Lease of a parcel of land to Almansen Smith, April 30, 1859; D.S. (printed form); 3p. (8368)
2 56 Lease, Lot 51, New Berlin, Chenango County, New York, John Tayler Cooper, Charles D. Cooper and Benjamin Nott to Benjamin Lull. Lease from J.T. Cooper and others, January 2, 1839; A.D.S.; 1p. (7847)
2 57 Agreement, copy, of lands in Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York, Watthawett [Native American] to John Baker and Jacob Jansen Flodder, 1666 [sic]; 1p. (8077)
2 58 Deed, lot at Bowne and Van Brunt streets, 6th Ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Atlantic Dock Company to Samuel W. Barnard, May 1, 1852; D.S. (printed form); 3(4)p. (8581)
2 59 Master’s Deed. Albert D. Robinson to Marcus T. Reynolds and James Edwards, “East Bank of Lower Ferry Lot,” Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, March 21, 1848; D.S.; 4p. (7860)
2 60 Contract for sale, Cooper Farm, Ballston, Saratoga County, New York, John Tayler Cooper and Charles D. Cooper (of Philadelphia) to Thomas A. Pattison, James Pattison, and others, February 16, 1858; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. 2 copies (8520)
2 61 Lease, lot on north side of Dewitt Street, Henrietta W. Fondey to Benjamin F. Havens; power of attorney Henrietta W. Pomroy to Orlando Meads, September 28, 1842 (A-8243)
2 61 Power of Attorney, lot on north side of Dewitt Street, Henrietta W. Fondey to Benjamin F. Havens; power of attorney Henrietta W. Pomroy to Orlando Meads, 1849 (A-8245)
Lease agreements, Albany, New York. John Tayler Cooper, 1834-1849
2 62 John Tayler Cooper. Lease of a house on Green Street in Albany, New York, to Jacob Kimball [Kemble], November 1, 1834; D.S. (printed form); 2p. (7841)
2 62 John Tayler Cooper. Agreements with tenants, [Albany, New York?], 1835-1849; A.D.S.; 18 pieces (7898) Tenants: Hooker & Kelly; A. Kiernan; John W. Wemple; J.D.W. Wemple; Elias Wickham (2 leases); Maximilien [Maximillon?] Bergeron; Cornelius Van Derzee; James D. Jones; J.G. Cottrell; Hiram Sprung and Alexander Brennan; Cornelius and John Nellegan [Nellegar?]; William Ellis; John A. Cameron and George A. Davidson (2 leases); L.W. Priest, H.E. Allendorph, and William Allendorph;  Eliphalet Wickes, Jr., and William Tillinghast; James McGinty
2 62 Elizabeth Fitch. Lease agreement, etc., Albany, New York, John Tayler Cooper, January 23, 1845; August 8, 1845; n.d.; 3 pieces (A-8270)
2 62 John A. Collier. Lease agreement [Albany, New York?] with John Tayler Cooper, April 1, 1845; A.D.S.; 1p; (7916)
Lease agreements, Albany, New York. John Tayler Cooper, 1850-1873, n.d. (For maps, see the John Tayler Papers, SC20183, and its Appendix of Maps Cataloged as Maps or as Single Accessions)
2 63 John Tayler Cooper. Lease [Albany, New York?] to Charles L. Austin, February 27, 1850; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (7849)
2 63 Patrick O’Toole. Lease from Henry Sweeney of a plot of land on Herkimer St., Albany, New York, March 16, 1850; D.S.; 2p. (8367)
2 63 John Tayler Cooper. Agreement with tenants, [Albany, New York?], 1850- 1859; A.D.S.; 83 pieces (7898)
2 63 J.N.W. Hurd. Lease agreement [Albany, New York?] with John Tayler Cooper, April 28, 1851; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8538)
2 63 John Hilton. Lease and accompanying documentation with John Tayler Cooper, May 1, 1851; 3 pieces (8373)
2 63 Alexander R. Becker and George Shear [Shears?]. Sublease of property in Albany from John Tayler Cooper, March 4, 1852; D.S.; 2 pieces (8371)
2 63 Storm V. Boyd. Lease agreement with John Tayler Cooper, Albany, New York, May 5, 1855; D.S.; 3(4)p. (A-8304)
2 63 Moses Hamburgh. Tenant’s agreement to John Arts, March 14, 1859; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8383)
2 63 W.S. Kelly. Tenant’s agreement to John Tayler Cooper, February 1, 1860; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 63 [Thomas P.?] Pike. Tenant’s agreement to John Tayler Cooper, January 2, 1862; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
2 63 C.M. Courtright. Lease agreement, [Albany, New York], with John Tayler Cooper, March 31, 1862; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8336)
2 63 Eva W. Miller. Tenant’s agreement to John Tayler Cooper, June 12, 1862; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (7839)
2 63 William J. White and Charles C. Brinckerhoff. Lease agreement, Albany, New York, with Charles W. Weeks, November 18, 1867; D.S. (copy); 1p. (A-8264)
2 63 Lydia Bryan. Landlord and Tenant’s Agreement with John Tayler Cooper, Albany, N.Y., January 30, 1869, and April 21, 1873; 2 pieces; D.S. (7914)
2 63 Seth Griffin. Lease agreement with [John Tayler Cooper?], [Albany, New York?], March 24, 18--; D.S.; 1p. (7915)
2 64 Map and survey bill, Lot 45, New Berlin, Chenango County, New York, showing property of Elias Naramore and David West by Samuel C. Medbery, February 23, 1831; 1p. (A-8283)
2 65 Plan for building at corner of Green and State streets, n.d.; 2(4)p. (7928)
2 66 Plans for buildings, unidentified, n.d.; 3 pieces (no number)
2 67 Homer Morgan. Prices of houses in New York City, November 24, 1855; 2(4)p. (7887)
2 68 William H. Slingerland, Engineer & Surveyor. Survey of a wood lot in Guilderland, New York, belonging to John Tayler Cooper, December 28, 1854; A.D.S.; 1p. (A-8278)
2 69 Robert Babcock. Leasee for title of Vera Wemple. Title search, Dutch Church Tract, and Lot 43, Washington Street, Albany, New York, for Peter Wemple, March 25, 1856, includes newspaper clipping which is a description of the property; 8(10)p. (8135)
Legal
3 70 Affidavit, regarding building on Green and State streets, 1847; 12p [no number]
3 71 George W. McCleary. Appointment of A. Edwards as commissioner for State of Iowa, May 23, 1852; A.L.S.; 1p. (7868)
3 72 Draft of agreement between the City of Albany and the owners of water lots between Bass and Ferry streets, 1831 (no number)
3 73 Articles of association of the Albany and Gallupsville Plank Road Company, ca. 1847. Manuscript, 3p. (From SC9838: Item 480)
3 74 Case, circuit court, northern district of New York, Peter A. Burden v. Erastus Corning and John F. Winslow, regarding a patent, 1848-1852; 8 pieces (8140)
3 74 Case, circuit court, northern district of New York, Peter A. Burden v. Erastus Corning and John F. Winslow, regarding a patent, ca. 1851, 1852; 11 pieces (7938)
3 75 Case, Supreme Court (Canton, St. Lawrence County, N.Y.), George Conant v. Samuel Buckley of Ontario and St. Lawrence Steam Boat Company, 1857-1858, 5 pieces (7880)
3 76 Case, Supreme Court, John Tayler Cooper v. William V. Marcy and Robert E. Ward. Affidavits, April 25, 1854, 51p. (8143)
3 77 Case, Lancelot Fidler and Garrit [Gerrit?] W. Ryckman v. John Tayler Cooper, ca. 1832-1833; 54 pieces (7939)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., Canterbury, Orange County, N.Y., regarding the estates of John V. Pruyn and James King and the sale of a house and a mortgage. Albany, August 9, 1839. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 14)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., Townsend Hill, Canterbury, Orange County, N.Y., re: proposition made to Mr. Woodruff. Albany, August 16, 1839; response dated August 27, 1839. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 15)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., Canterbury, Orange County, N.Y., re: proposition made to Mr. Woodruff. Albany, August 24, 1839. A.L.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 17)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., Canterbury, Orange County, N.Y., re: bond and mortgage and Mr. Woodruff. Albany, August 28, 1839. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 16)
3 78 Case, Account of the estate of John V. Henry with James King, September 1839-February 1840. Manuscript, 1p. (From SC9838: Item 35)
3 78 Case, Letter to P[eter] Seton Henry, Esq., [in] care of Henry Wilkes, Esq., New York [City], re: bond and mortgage and Mr. Woodruff. Albany, September 4, 1839. Includes reply dated New York, September 5, 1839, stating the “house barn is insured in the Firemans Ins. Co. [Fireman’s Insurance Company] of the City of Albany.” A.L.S., 4p. (From SC9838: Item 18)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., [in] care of Henry Wilkes, Esq., New York re: costs of Woodruff and Hawley in foreclosing J.K. Henry’s bond and mortgage. Albany, September 7, 1839. Includes Henry’s answer of September 9. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 19)
3 78 Case, Power of attorney from the executors (James V. Henry, Peter Seton Henry, Edmund Wilkes, and Eliza Henry) of the estate of John V. Henry to John Tayler Cooper to sell certain parcels of land. [New York City?], September 24, 1839. D.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 34)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Esq., [in] care of Henry Wilkes, Esq., New York re: costs of Woodruff and Hawley in foreclosing J.K. Henry’s estate. Albany, October 7, 1839. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 20)
3 78 Case, Draft of letter of October 17, 1839, from Peter Seton Henry to James King re: “abuses of my brother at Sing Sing” and of a mortgage. Also, draft of a letter to James V. Henry, October 18. Manuscript, 2p. (From SC9838: Item 21)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, [in] care of Henry Wilkes, Esq., New York. Albany, December 5, 1839, re: Columbia Street house. (Endorsement says Montgomery Street house.) A.L.S., 2(4)p. (25 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 22)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, New York, re: Mr. Suydam’s mortgage. Albany, July 9, 1840. Includes Henry’s answer, dated New York, July 10, 1840. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 23)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: Columbia Street house and lot. Albany, July 31, 1840. Includes Henry’s answer, dated New York, August 1, 1840. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 24)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: a bill and a lot at the corner of Hudson and Hallenbake [?] streets. Albany, August 6, 1840. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 25)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: assessments of properties held by the estate of John V. Henry in Lots 9 and 10 south of Schuyler Street between Franklin and South Pearl streets. Albany, August 6, 1840. Includes account and receipt for payment of taxes on those lots. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 26)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: efforts to sell lots on South Pearl Street and his upcoming trip, with his wife, to Cuba. Albany, [N.Y.], September 28, 1840. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 27)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Edmund Wilkes, Esq., New York City (forwarded to Peter Seton Henry) re: estate of John V. Henry, Timothy Lane, and the sale of property on South Pearl Street. Albany, [N.Y.], October 12, 1840. Includes note from Wilkes to Henry, dated October 19. A.L.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 28)
3 78 Case, Declaration of trust from James King to James V. Henry, Peter Seton Henry, Edmund Wilkes, executors, and Eliza Henry, executrix, re: debt owed by the late John V. Henry to John Suydam, the mansion house on Columbia Street and the South Pearl Street properties. N.p., October 22, 1840. D.S., 4p. (From SC9838: Item 32)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: Timothy Lane and sale of property and his upcoming trip to Cuba. Albany, November 5, 1840. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 29)
3 78 Case, Letter from James King to Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange County, New York, re: property at the corner of Hudson and Hallenbake [?] streets, and the mansion house on Columbia Street. Albany, June 18, 1841. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 30)
3 78 Case, A. Marvin [?]. Memorandum to John Tayler Cooper, Albany, and account of money owed by the late J.V. Henry. N.p., January 27, 1845. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 33)
3 78 Case, Letter from John Seton Henry to John J. Cooper re: papers, deeds, etc. he believes are in the hands of “Pruyn or Mr. King.” New York, March 4, 1857. A.L.S., 1p. (From SC9838: Item 31)
3 79 Case, Account of estate of John V. Henry with James King, September 1839-February 1843. March 1, 1843. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 13)
3 79 Case, letter to Peter Seton Henry from John V.L. Pruyn, in care of S. Townsend, Esq., Canterbury, Orange County, N.Y., regarding the estate of his father, John V. Pruyn pending the settlement of the estate of James King; about a mortgage. Albany, December 11, 1841. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 7)
3 79 Case, Letter to Peter Seton Henry from John V.L. Pruyn, in care of H.&E. Wilkes, Esq., New York. Albany, March 31, 1842. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 8)
3 79 Case, Letter to John V.L. Pruyn from Peter Seton Henry, Canterbury, Orange Co., N.Y., re: Mr. King and rents. April 15 1842. A.L.S., 1p. (From SC9838: Item 11)
3 79 Case, Letter to Peter Seton Henry from John V.L. Pruyn, in care of S. Townsend, Esq., Canterbury, N.Y. re: estates of Mr. [James?] King and Mr. Henry [Peter Seton Henry’s father?]. Albany, September 13, 1842. With response dated: Canterbury, Orange Co., September 23, 1842. D.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 9)
3 79 Case, Letter to Peter Seton Henry from John V.L. Pruyn, re: estate of Mr. [James?] King and estate of Peter Seton Henry’s father. Albany, February 16, 1843. D.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 10)
3 79 Case, Copy of letter from Pruyn & Martin, Albany, December 10, 1846, re: a bond and mortgage. Includes two responses by [Peter] Seton Henry, dated New York, December 12, 1846. A.L.S., 1p. (From SC9838: Item 12)
Case, New York Supreme Court, Peter Seton Henry (of New York City) v. Harriet Henry and Samuel Townsend, regarding visitation rights to son Charles Henry of Cornwall, Orange County, New York, 1848-1849
3 80 December 1, 1848. Manuscript, 8p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 466)
3 80 Testimony of Samuel Townsend, of Cornwall, Orange County. The defendant is his daughter. [December 1, 1848?]. Manuscript, 2p. (From SC9838: Item 467)
3 80 Copies of two letters, one from John W. Brown to S. Henry, Esq., dated Newburgh, December 2, 1848, and one from Sam Townsend to J.W. Brown, dated Orange House, December 3, 1848. Manuscript, 1p. (31.25 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 476)
3 80 Copies of letters dated December 2, 1848, and December 3, 1848, signed by John W. Brown and Sam Townsend; 1p. (no number)
3 80 Order of judge granting divorce. Newburgh, October 9, 1849. Manuscript, 2p. (From SC9838: Item 468)
3 80 Report of referee. N.p., February 28, 1849. Manuscript, 17(22)p. (From SC9838: Item 469)
3 80 Peter S. Henry vs. Harriet Henry, n.p., February 28, 1849. Manuscript, 2p. (From SC9838: Item 470)
3 80 Petition of habeas corpus for the Henrys’ son and Townsend’s grandson, eight-year-old Charles Townsend Henry. N.p., February 29, [1848?]. Manuscript, 4p. (From SC9838: Item 472)
3 80 Samuel Townsend [and] Harriet Henry vs. The People [legal phrase] Peter Seton Henry. Copy of the return of Samuel Townsend and Harriet Henry in relation to the suit of habeas corpus for Charles Townsend Henry. March 1, 1849. Manuscript, 4p. (From SC9838: Item 471)
3 80 Letter from Peter Seton Henry to John T. Cooper. New York, March 5, 1849. A.L.S., 2(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 474)
3 80 Letter from Peter Seton Henry to John [T. Cooper]. New York, March 18, 1849. Talks about “suit with Isaiah Townsend,” that “their attempt to screen him [is] making H[arriet?] out to be a common strumpet,” and that “the time is not distant when all will get their deserts.” A.L.S., 3(4)p. (From SC9838: Item 473)
3 80 Letter from Peter Seton Henry to John T. Cooper. New York, March 22, 1849. Mention of Townsend and Harriet. A.L.S., 2p. (From SC9838: Item 475)
3 81 Case, involving Western Railroad Company. S.D. Van Schaick. Letters to Dexter Reynolds and papers, 1850-1856. 10 pieces (8370)
3 82 Contract, employment, John Tayler Cooper of John George Warner, July 8, 1872; A.D.S.; 6p. (A-8327)
3 83 Estate accounts, estate of Robert McGill, 1847-1853. Orlando Meads, accounts as treasurer of estate, 5p. (8136)
Estate accounts, including inventory, estate of Casparus F. Pruyn of Watervliet, 1846.
3 84 Accounts with William Boardman and Albert Van Voast, 5p. (7859)
3 84 Estate accounts, including inventory, estate of Casparus F. Pruyn of Watervliet, 1846. Groesbeck & Maland. Appraisal of estate, March 21, 1846, A.D.S., 13(18)p. (8157)
3 84 List of claims against estate of Casparus F. Pruyn of Watervliet, [1846]; 1p. (A-8244)
3 84 Inventory of personal property of Casparus F. Pruyn, March 21, 1846; 14(24)p. Copy (A-8261)
3 84 Debit and credit sheets of Gertrude Pruyn, administratrix of the estate of Casparus F. Pruyn of Watervliet, 1846-1850; 3(4)p. (A-8385)
3 85 Aetna Insurance Company. Policy to Alexander H. Andrews, issued at Hartford, Connecticut. January 1, 1829. D (printed form filled in); 1p. (From SC9838: Item 449)
3 85 Insurance policy for William J. Warner of Albany on his three-story brick building on James Street, November 1, 1852 (A-8272)
3 86 Notice of law regarding repairing of pavement of sidewalks, to John Tayler Cooper from the City of Albany, April 19, 1841, and May 28, 1841; D.S. (printed form); 2 pieces (8293)
3 87 License to James Gibbons to run the ferry across the Hudson River, April 22, 1846; 1p. (A-8330)
3 88 Memorandum on lease, March 5, 1835; 1p. (7848)
3 88 Memorandum on building specifications, n.d.; AD; 2p. (7853)
3 89 William Learned Marcy. Passport of Joel B. Nott [relative of John Tayler Cooper by marriage to his sister Margaret], Washington, April 11, 1855. Incomplete. D (printed form filled in); 1(4)p. (From: SC9838: Item 496)
3 90 Report of inspectors of election, Albany Northern Railroad Company, May 6, 1856; A.D.S.; 1p. (8144)
3 91 Albert Gallup. Summons, to John Tayler Cooper to answer Lancelot Fidler and Garrit W. Ryckman on a writ of replevin, October 28, 1833; A.D.S.; 1p. (7840)
3 91 Summons, to John Tayler Cooper to answer George W. Kornbloch [?]. May 16, 1858; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8315)
3 92 Louis Zeiger. Receipt of taxes from James Edwards, February 6, 1866; D.S. (printed form); 4p. (8159)
3 93 Taxes, in arrears (lists land holdings), 1836-1841 (A-8269)
Miscellaneous
3 94 3 leaves from [Geeraert] Brandt’s life of Michiel de Ruiter, volume belonging to [Dr.?] Ephraim Wendel, comments on his friend Wyngaart, death of Major Goozen Van Schaick (1725), a poem on Tromp, and a notice of the death of Robert Livingston (1725); 3 leaves (7878)
Military
3 95 Aaron P. Springsteed. Receipt to John T. Cooper for the six dollars paid by Springsteed to the president of the court martial appointed to try delinquents in the 3d Regiment Cavalry; D.S.; November 23, 1824; 1p. (5849)
3 95 Joseph Cousaul. Account of money expended as colonel of the 6th Regiment of Horse Artillery, 3rd Brigade; 3rd Regiment, 1828; 1p. (8305)
3 95 General John Tayler Cooper to Paymaster Colonel Ten Broeck, September 22, 1834; 1p. (no number)
Correspondence to John Tayler Cooper, 1820s
4 96 To Lieut. John Tayler Cooper from William L. Marcy, Troy, [N.Y.], October 8, 1822; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5871)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from Matthias P. Coons, Sand Lake, [N.Y.], April 18, 1823; A.L.S.; 1p. (5908)
3 96 To unknown person, Schaghticoke, August 20, 1823; MS; 1p. (5973)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from J. Braman, Duanesburgh, [N.Y.]. August 27, 1823; A.D.S.; certification that Anson Eaton suffered “a fracture of both bones of the right leg … in July 1820”; 1p. (5879)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper; court martial orders, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5901) – (not in folder)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from Jacob Settle, Jr., Bern, January 1, 1824 [1825?], re: trial of A.S. Fanning; A.L.S.; 1p. (5892)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from Matthias P. Coons, Sand Lake, [N.Y.], January 4, 1824; about “Beaugle Major A. Fanning”; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5884)
3 96 To Col. John Tayler Cooper from M.L. Coons, Sand Lake, [N.Y.[, January 4, 1824; mentions A. Fanning and the “beaugle” [bugle?]; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (5904)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Alex Spencer, first lieutenant; A. Webster, second lieutenant; Silas L. [illegible], cornet, Albany, [N.Y.], March 6, 1824;L.S.; 1p. (5865)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Nathan Howard, Stephentown, December 27, 1824, re: military fine imposed on Joshua Bass; A.L.S.; 1p. (5854)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from A. Fanning, December 28, 1824; affidavit re: having “been fined $25.00 for non-attendance at the fall training”; D.S.; 1p. (5894)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from W.K. Fuller, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], December 30, 1824, re: courts martial; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5885)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Simon Cranston, Troy, [N.Y.], April 16, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (5866)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from Jacob Settle, Jr., Bern, [N.Y.], September 5, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (5887)
3 96 To Col. John Tayler Cooper from Ebenezer Knibloe, Duanesburg, [N.Y.], September 8, 1825; A.L.S. 1(4)p. (2925)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Jacob Settle, Jr., Bern, [N.Y.], September 12, 1825; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5867)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Edwin Smith, paymaster, 3d Regiment Cavalry, Schaghticoke, [N.Y.], September 15, 1825; A.L.S.; 1p. (5868)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Captain Allen Armstrong, Hoosack [Hoosick], September 29, 1825; A.D.S.; 1p. (5852)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Ebenezer Knibloe, Duanesburgh, 1825; A.L.S. 1p. (5913)
3 96 To Colonel John Tayler Cooper from Alvin Armstrong, Hoosack, [N.Y.], January 11, 1826, re: court martial; A.L.S.; 1p. (5901)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from John S. Fake, April 12, 1826; recommending Joseph William Freist to be “surgeons mate” for the regiment; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5910)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from Joseph William Treist, Pittstown, [Mass.], April 15, 1826; A.L.S.; 3(4)p. (5883)
3 96 To Col. John Tayler Cooper from Captain Allen Kendall, October 2, 1826; A.L.S.; 1p. (5848)
3 96 To Colonel John T. Cooper from Adjutant General N.F. Beck, Albany, [N.Y.], February 19, 1827; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5881)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from Captain Randall James, Jr., Hosick [Hoosick, N.Y.], May 8, 1827; A.L.S.; 1p. (5903)
3 96 To John Tayler Cooper from Col. J. Consaul, presiding officer, March 8, 1828; report of the court of inquiry; A.L.S.; 1p. (8272)
Correspondence to (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper, 1830s
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant-General John A. Dix, Albany, [N.Y.], April 14, 1831; D.S. (printed form); 1(4)p. (8339)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant-General John A. Dix, Albany, [N.Y.], May 25, 1831; D.S. (printed form); 1(4)p. (A-8257)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Lt. Col. John B. Van Schaick, June 20, 1831, re: Van Schaick’s resignation since he had been commissioned to the Patroon’s staff; D.S.; 1(4)p. (8574)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Joseph Consaul, Schenectady, July 9, 1831; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8314)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel J. Consaul, Schenectady, [N.Y.], September 12, 1832; A.L.S.; 1p. (7892)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Thomas Clark, Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], September 11, 1833; A.L.S.; 1p. (8374)
4 97 Affidavit of William Earle re: the election of officers of the 3rd Brigade Horse Artillery on October 12, 1833, in which the following were elected: Andrew Onderdonk, Jr., captain; David Spoor, first lieutenant; Benjamin McRoy, second lieutenant; and Stephen Lyons, coronet; sworn on July 23, 1834; D.S.; 1p. (A-8313)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Levi Hubbell, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], December 14, 1833; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8235)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from W.W. Tredway, 1834-1838; 13 pieces (7937)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from William M. Pease, lieutenant commander of the Albany Horse Artillery, ca. July 17, 1834, re: the purported illegal election of Capt. Halenbake major of the 2nd Batallion 3rd Brigade, Horse Artillery, over James McCabe, A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8311)
4 97 Levi Hubbell. General Orders, August 1, 1834; broadside re: “brigadier and major-generals … not attending the annual reviews and inspections of the militia” as required by law; 1p. (8379 [sic])
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Levi Hubbell, August 14, 1834, re: election of military officers at Bern, [N.Y.]; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (A-8314)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Thomas Clark, Petersburgh, August 18, 1834; A.L.S.; 1p. (8227)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Major Robert H. Pruyn, June [23], 1836; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (A-8246)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Thomas W. Harmon, July 18, 1836; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5950)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Allan Macdonald, December 15, 1837, calling for reasons of absence of staff of the 3rd Brigade of the Horse Artillery at the annual inspection and review;L.S. (printed form); 1(4)p. (8278)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from W.J. Slingerland, quarter master, 3d Brigade Horse Artillery, March 1, 1838, re: reason he did not attend the 1837 military inspection; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5951)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Captain Cornelius Ten Broeck, Albany, March 5, 1838; reasons for “omission to perform [his] military duty in the fall of 1837,” which included the fact that in the fall of 1836 he “received a severe wound on my head, by a brick falling from the 4th story of a building” and since then he has “scarcely able to wear an ordinary hat and at no time since the accident have I been able to wear my helmet”; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8243)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Lyman Kingman, Moses [?] Files, and Norman[?] Herrington, October 15, 1838; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5893)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from George S. Brown, Albany, [N.Y.], February 5, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (8228)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Thomas Clark, Troy, [N.Y.], April 9, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (8302)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Thomas Clark, Troy, [N.Y.], April 12, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (8303)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from John F. Townsend, Third Brigade Horse Artillery Headquarters, Albany, [N.Y.], August 4, 1839; lists dates of upcoming inspections; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8299)
4 97 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from John Monell, aide-de-campe to Brigadier General Nathaniel Dubois, Newburgh, [N.Y.], August 18, 1839, re: Cooper’s wanting to review troops; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8268)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from John P. Monell, aide-de-campe to Brigadier General Nathaniel Dubois, Newburgh, [N.Y.], August 24, 1839; response to Cooper’s letter of August 19; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8241)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Rufus King, Headquarters, Albany, [N.Y.], October 14, 1839, re: court martial of Brig. Gen. Gates; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8253)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Isaac Arnold, New York, [N.Y.], May 26, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8258)
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from Leopold Schmidt, 1858 [1838?]; A.L.S.; 1p. (8276)
4 97 John Tayler Cooper. Agreement with Michael Dugan, 1870; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (8362) – not in folder
4 97 Correspondence to (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper, 1830s (A-8807) – not in folder
4 97 To (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper from three individuals whose signatures are illegible; A.L.S.; 1(4); (2712)
Correspondence to (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper, 1840s
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from H.N. Degin, Stockport, [N.Y.], May 30, 1840; A.L.S.; 2(4) (5859)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Rufus King, Albany, June 5, 1840; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8288)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Isaac Platt, Clinton, [N.Y.], July 8, 1840; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8234)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from B.P. Watrous, Albany, [N.Y.], December 9, 1840, informing Cooper that “last evening you was [sic] unanimously elected president of the [Albany Military] association for the next year”; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8312)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General John Groesback, September 28, 1841; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5952)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel James M. French, Albany, [N.Y.], October 1, 1841; A.L.S.; 1(4) (5922)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Robert H. Pruyn, Albany, [N.Y.], July 29, 1842; General Orders; 1(4)p. (5968)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Rufus King, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], August 4, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5966)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Major General John Viele, Headquarters 33d Division, Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], September 5, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5967)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel John Donald McIntyre, September 6, 1842; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (5917)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Jacob J. Hasbrouck, New Paltz, [N.Y.], September 24, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5914)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Rufus King, Headquarters, Albany, [N.Y.], October 1, 1842; General Orders; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5959)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Rufus King, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], October 11, 1842; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5958)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Lyman Sanford, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], March 28, 1843; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5915)
4 98 John D. Elliott, Invitation to a meeting of the Albany Military Association, Albany, [N.Y.], June 13, 1843; D (printed form); 1(4) (5947)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General A.C. Nevin, Headquarters, Albany, [N.Y.], August 24, 1843; A.L.S.; 1p. (5920)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from James M. French, September 6 1843; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5918)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from S. Van Vechten, Albany, [N.Y.], May 21, 1844; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5919)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Alfred Clarke, Springfield, Otsego County, [N.Y.], September 1, 1844; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8515)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Thomas Farrington, Albany, [N.Y.], April 4, 1845; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5928)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from General Isaac J. Platt, Pokeepsie [Poughkeepsie], [N.Y.], August 29, 1845; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5932)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from General Isaac J. Platt, Pokeepsie [Poughkeepsie], [N.Y.], September 1, 1845; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5931)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General W.J. Mandeville, Stuyvesant Flatts, [N.Y.], September 12, 1846; A.L.S.; 1p. (5925)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Edward Frisby, Albany, [N.Y.], September 25, 1849; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8528)
4 98 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant William Teeton, Albany, [N.Y.], September 29, 1849; A.L.S.; 1p. (8571)
Correspondence to (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper, 1850s
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Finy Jacobs, September 18, 1850; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5863)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General A.T. Dunham, Headquarters, Watervliet, [N.Y.], October 23, 1853; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8525)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant R.C. Bentley and signed by Colonel Edward Frisby, Headquarters of the 25th Regiment, Albany, [N.Y.], February 20, 1854; invitation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8512)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel T.B. Lawrence, Albany, [N.Y.], March 7, 1854; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8544)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Timothy B. Lawrence, Legation of the United States, London, July 28, 1854; A.L.S.; 6p. (plus envelope) (8546)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General A.W. Van Der Wirken, October 4, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8573)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Allen, Albany, October 12, 1854; “asks permission of his General to be absent from review to-day on account of indisposition”; AL; 1p. (8509)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from John Jacob Wendell, Syracuse, December 20, 1854; A.L.S.; 2p. (A-8293)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel Edward Frisby, Headquarters of the 25th Regiment, Albany, [N.Y.], January 22, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8529)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from S.S. Burnside, Brigadier General of the 18th Regiment, Worcester, Otsego County, [N.Y.], August 23, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8295)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Nelson Randall, Buffalo, November 16, 1855; A.L.S.; 1p. (8281)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from the Albany Washington Rifle Company, signed by William P. Paff. Invitation to ball to be held December 26, 1855; D; 1p. (A-8256 [sic])
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from James Hendrick, aide de camp to Adjutant General Edward Frisby, Headquarters of 11th Brigade, Albany, [N.Y.], July 16, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8535)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Bleecker Tibbitts, Camp Green, August 9, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8565)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Darius Allen, September 8, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8506)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Edward Frisby, Headquarters of the 11th Brigade, Albany, [N.Y.], September 10, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8530)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Pratt, New York State Military Association, New York, June 4, 1857; A.L.S.; 2p. (8555)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General Edward Frisby, Headquarters of the 11th Brigade, Albany, [N.Y.], June 20, 1857; A.L.S.; 1p. (8531)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from the Albany Common Council, July 6, 1857, requesting an escort to the funeral of William S. Marcy; D.S.; 1p. (A-8248)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General H.A. Samson, Headquarters of the 8th Brigade, Samsonville, [N.Y.], August 11, 1857; A.L.S.; 1p. (8558)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George H. Sharp, Kingston, [N.Y.], January 29, 1858, February 16, 1858; A.L.S.; 2 pieces (8325)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from General Edward Frisby et al, Albany, [N.Y.], February 15, 1858; invitation to February 22 Washington’s birthday celebration; A.L.S.; 1p. (7865)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from [illegible], Troy, [N.Y.], February 19, 1858, referencing something that is not attached to the item; D.S.; 1p. (A-8279)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper preferring charges against Col. Calvin T. Peek and order by Cooper ordering a court martial, March 1-18, 1858; 4p. (8304)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from J.T. Blanchard, Saratoga Springs and Albany, [N.Y.], March 29, April 26 and April 27, 1858, re: Calvin T. Peek inquiry; A.L.S.; 3 pieces (8229)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from D[arius[ Allen, Troy, [N.Y.], July 12, 1858, re: Calvin T. Peek inquiry; 1(4)p. (8230)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Pratt, Kingston, [N.Y.], July 22 and September 14, 1858; A.L.S.; 2 pieces (8327)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Commissary Agent J.H. Hobart Ward, Commissary General’s Office, New York, July 24, 1858; D.S. (printed form); 1(4)p. (8270)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Commissary General J.H. Hobart Ward, received August 13, 1858; broadside; 1p. (8330)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from G.F. Von Beck, Rondout, [N.Y.], September 4, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8322)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Pratt, Kingston, [N.Y.], September 4, 1858; A.L.S.; 2p. (8556)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from J.H. Hobart Ward, New York, November 13, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8576)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Duncan Campbell, Adjutant General’s Office, November 23, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8249)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from D.T. Van Buren, Kingston, [N.Y.], December 29, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8247)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Pratt and others, 1859; invitation to the annual dinner of the Ulster Guard on February 22, 1859; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (8328)
4 99 To the Ulster Guard from (Major General) John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], July 16, 1859;L.S.; 2(4)p. (8271)
4 99 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel W.K. Bryan, Headquarters of the 25the Regiment, Albany, [N.Y.], August 25, 1859; A.L.S.; 1p. (8246)
Correspondence to (Brigadier General) John Tayler Cooper, 1860s
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from M.K. Bryan, Headquarters of the 25th Regiment, Albany, [N.Y.], September 22, 1860; A.L.S.; 1(4) (7888)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Clarence H. Corning, Albany, N.Y., March 20, 1861; A.L.S.: 1p. (7897)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from E.M. Morgan, April 24, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7861)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from D. Campbell, Jr., Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], May 7, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7942)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Thos. Hillhouse, Albany, [N.Y.]. August 23, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7909)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Colonel W.K. Bryan, Headquarters of the 25th Regiment, Albany, [N.Y.], February 21, 1862; 1(4)p. (7948)
4 100 New York (State). Governor. Order to colonels of New York Volunteers, February 1863; broadside; 1p. (8551)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from W.S. Church, Albany, [N.Y.], September 22, 1863, re: funeral of Colonel W.K. Bryan; A.L.S.; 1p. (7947)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General John T. Sprague, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], July 7, 1864; A.L.S.; 1p. (8563)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from S.P. Smith, April 5, 1865; A.L.S.; 1p. (8561)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Walter S. Church, Albany, {N.Y.], July 1, 1865; A.L.S.; 1p. (8290)
4 100 State of New-York. Office of Commissary General of Ordnance, New York, September 15, 1865 … “It is of the utmost importance that returns of all property in the hands of officers and other persons, belonging to the State of New-York, be received at these Head-quarters as early in the present month as possible … Frank Chamberlain, Commissary General of Ordnance”; 1p. (7900)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Henry Heath, Military Association of the State of New York, New York, February 8, 1866; includes line drawing of the logo of the association; A.L.S.; 1p. (8233)
4 100 List of officers of the Third Division, National Guard , State of New-York, made by Major General John Tayler Cooper in response to a request from Geo. W. Palmer, Commissary-General of Ordnance, S.N.Y., New York, March 12, 1866; included are the date of commission, the date of rank and the man’s post office address; D.S.; 3(4)p. (A-8238) Officers listed; John Tayler Cooper, division commander; James Hendrick, inspector; D.T. Van Buren, engineer; George H. Sharp, judge-advocate; James H. Armsby, hospital surgeon; Charles H. Strong, quarter-master; Francis S. Pruyn, pay-master; Alanson A. Sumner, aid-de-camp [sic]; Rufus W. Peckham, Jr. [aid-de-camp]
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from S.S. Burnside, Oneonta, [N.Y.], March 16, 1866; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7863)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Amasa J. Parker, Jr., Albany, [N.Y.], September 10, 1866, re: resignation of Major Pruyn; A.L.S.; 1p. (8554)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Palmer, Commissary-General of Ordnance, S.N.Y., New York, November 15, 1866, re: Cooper’s not yet having returned the “Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, and other Military Property, issued by this Department”; D (printed form); 1p. (8553)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from George W. Palmer, Commissary-General of Ordnance, S.N.Y., New York, December 7, 1866, re: Cooper’s not yet having returned the “Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, and other Military Property, issued by this Department”; D (printed form); 1p. Also, second letter, dated December 10, 1866, in response to Cooper’s letter of December 8, A.L.S., 2(4)(A-8338)
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Adjutant General Selden E. Marvin, Albany, [N.Y.], February 29, 1868 (A-8234)
4 100 To Adjutant General Selden E. Marvin from John Tayler Cooper, Headquarters of the 3rd Division, Albany, [N.Y.], April 8, 1868; copy; 2p. (A-8233]
4 100 To (Major General) John Tayler Cooper from Samuel C. Bartlett, Chicago, July 13, 1868; A.L.S.; 4p. (8510)
Correspondence from John Tayler Cooper, 1820-1865, n.d.
4 101 To Colonel Knickabacker [sic], Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, [N.Y.], from C. Vought, August 21, 1820, and a letter from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], August 29, 1820; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5891)
4 101 To Mayor [Charles E.?] Dudley from John Tayler Cooper, [Albany, N.Y.?], September 22, 1821; A.L.S.; 1p. (5878)
4 101 To C.V. Deniston from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], August 22, 1823; A.L.S.; 2p. (5907)
4 101 Draft of notice to be sent to members of the 3rd Regiment of Cavalry under the signature of Col. John T. Cooper, Albany, December 19, 1823; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8316)
4 101 To Thomas Clark from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], April 16, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (8317)
4 101 To Major Tredway from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], April 16, 1839, with Tredway’s response; A.L.S.; 1p. (8318)
4 101 To Thomas Clark from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, April 16, 1839, with Clark’s response of April 17, 1839; A.L.S.; 1p. (8301)
4 101 John Tayler Cooper. Orders. Albany, July 10, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8333)
4 101 To Maj. Gen. Randall from John Tayler Cooper, January 3, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8280)
4 101 To Colonel Calvin T. Peek from Major General John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], March 10, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8296)
4 101 John Tayler Cooper. Order for court of inquiry on charges against Colonel Calvin T. Peek, Albany, [N.Y.], March 11, 1858; 1p. (8297)
4 101 To E.D. Morgan, Commander in Chief of the Militia of the State of New York, from John Tayler Cooper, Headquarters of the 3rd Division, Albany, April 16, 1861, offering his services to the State of New York; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8235)
4 101 To [?] from John Tayler Cooper, April 30, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7899)
4 101 To Colonel Joseph Wright from John Tayler Cooper, December 9, 1863, Re; reporting on the service of the 3rd Division “during the recent campaign into Pennsylvania” ; A.L.S.; 1p. (7896)
4 101 To [John Tayler Cooper?] from Lt. Colonel Charles H. [?] Strong, Albany, [N.Y.], April 20, 1865, re: General Rathbone; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8236)
4 101 To Colonel Thomas Clark from John Tayler Cooper, n.d.; A.L.S.; 2p. (8319)
4 101 To [?] Stone from John Tayler Cooper, n.d.; AL; 2p. (6730)
Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1823-1874
4 102 To Captain Bedack Hall and Captain Simon Cranston in Stephentown, [N.Y.], from H. Knickerbacker, Albany, [N.Y.], August 13, 1823; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8289)
4 102 To John Tayler Cooper from J.B. La Forge, Albany, [N.Y.], March 19, 1838; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8340)
4 102 To N.F. Beck from Colonel J. Consaul, Schenectady, [N.Y.], December 28, 1827; includes note from John Tayler Cooper; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (7934)
4 102 To Thomas Clark from Andrew Linck, Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], October 14, 1831; A.L.S.; 1p. (8548)
4 102 To John Tayler Cooper from S. Clinton Jackson, Minaville, [N.Y.], November 6, 1835, re: resignation; includes consent from W.W. Tredway, Schenectady, December 21, 1835; A.L.S.; 1p. (8539)
4 102 To John Tayler Cooper from A. Van Vechten, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], May 17, 1849; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8277)
4 102 To General R.E. Temple, Albany, [N.Y.], from S.S. Burnside, Worcester, [N.Y.], August 23, 1853; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8294)
4 102 To John Tayler Cooper from E.N. Brown, Minaville, [N.Y.], January 17, 1856; A.L.S.; 1p. (8275)
4 102 [John Tayler Cooper]. Division orders, Albany, [N.Y.], August 27, 1856; 1p. (8337)
4 102 To Hon. Standerpoel [Stauderpoel?], Albany, [N.Y.], from Stephen Yates, Schenectady, July 8, 1857; telegram; 1p. (A-8239)
4 102 To General [John Tayler Cooper] from J.H. Hobart Ward, New York, November 7, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8147)
4 102 To John Tayler Cooper from Colonel James Hendrick, December 20, 1861 [1866?]; A.L.S.; 1p. (8536)
4 102 To James Hendrick from Alfred H. Taylor, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], September 11, 1873; A.L.S.; 1p. (8232)
4 102 To [John Tayler Cooper] from Albany Burgesses Corps, June 30, 1874; invitation to a Fourth of July celebration; D(printed form); 1p. (8295)
4 102 To General Bush from John Tayler Cooper, n.d.; A.L.S.; 2p. (5858)
4 102 To Colonel [Knickerbacker] from William R. Westerlo, n.d.; A.L.S.; 1p. (5870)
4 102 To [?] from Captain Alvin Armstrong, n.d.; A.N.S.; 1p. (5890)
Inspection returns, 1830s
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Silvester Melleman, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the 7th Regiment commanded by Colonel Thomas Clark taken in the month of September 1833. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5844)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. John R. Vincent, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the 8[?]th Regiment commanded by Colonel Thomas Clark taken in the month of September 1833. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed John R. Vincent; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5842)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Bernard W. Sharp, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [?]th Regiment commanded by Colonel Thomas Clark taken in the month of September 1833. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed Bernard W. Sharp; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5843)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Mortimer Hull, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the 7[?] Regiment commanded by Colonel Thomas Clark taken in the month of September 1833. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed Mortimer Hull; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5841)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Lieut. Commander David Spoon, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the Second Battalion commanded by Maj. Hallenbake taken in the month of September 1837. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Hallenbake, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the Second Battalion commanded by Maj. Hallenbake taken in the month of September 1837. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. James E. Averell, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [Cluck?] taken in the month of October 1837. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5836)
4 103 Inspection Return of the 7th Brigade of Cavalry, Commanded by General Nathaniel Dubois taken in the month of October 1838, signed by Albert S. Hoyt, Inspector, Warwick, [N.Y.], November 1838. Lists names of officers, whether or not they were present for the inspection and a list of the “arms and accoutrements fit for service”: colours, uniforms, cartouch boxes, horses, breast-plates, bugles, etc.; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. [?], Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [blank] taken in the month of [blank] 183[blank]. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed Moses File, 2d Lieut., Command; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5837)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. 1st Lieutenant Neman Harrington, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [blank] taken in the month of [blank] 183[blank]. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5838)
4 103 Inspection Return of Capt. Moses File, Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [blank] taken in the month of [blank] 183[blank]. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5839)
4 103 Inspection Return of [blank], Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [blank] taken in the month of [blank] 183[blank]. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed Lyman Kingman, Capt,; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5840)
4 103 Inspection Return of [blank], Troop of Light Dragoons, in the [blank] Regiment commanded by Colonel [blank] taken in the month of [blank] 183[blank]. Lists number of officers present and absent along with arms and accoutrements inspected; signed Lyman Kingman, Capt,; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (5845)
Inspection returns, 1850s
4 104 Inspection Return of the 25th Regiment 11th Brigade of Infantry, commanded by Brigadier-General John Groesbeck of the 3rd Division, whereof Major-General John Taylor [sic] Cooper is the Commanding Officer, taken in the month of September 1850; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 104 Inspection Return of the Twelfth Brigade of Infantry, commanded by Brigadier-General Benjamin J. Bassett of the Third Division, whereof Major-General Cooper is the Commanding Officer, taken in the month of September 1853; certified by Stephen Tibbats [Tibbuts], Brig. Inspector; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (7867 [sic]) Inspection Return of the 12th Brigade of Infantry, commanded by Brigadier-General B.I. Basset of the Third Division, whereof Major-General John T. Cooper is the Commanding Officer, taken in the month of September 1854; certified October 20, 1854, by Stephen Tibbats, Brig. Inspector; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (7867)
4 104 Inspection Return of the 28 Regiment or Infantry commanded by Colonel George W. Pratt in the 12 Brigade of N.Y.S. Militia, whereof Benjamin J. Bassett is Brigadier-General, taken in the month of October 1855; certified by Stephen Tibbuts, October 29, 1855; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 104 Inspection Return of the 28th Regiment of Infantry commanded by Colonel George W. Pratt in the 12th Brigade of N.Y.S. Militia, whereof Benj. J. Bassett is Brigadier-General, taken in the month of October 1855; D.S. (printed form); 1 pm (no number)
4 104 Inspection Return of the Third Brigade of Horse Artillery, Commanded by Brig. General Cooper taken in the month of October 18[??]; D.S. (printed form); 1p. (no number)
4 106 To John Tayler Cooper from James L. Hendrick, April 16, 1858, re: Laws of 1858, Chapter 129; A.L.S.; 1p. (8300)
4 105 John Tayler Cooper. Memorandum: Directions for filling out a form related to a court martial, n.d.; verso: letters 1783/sentence court martial; 1p. (8308)
4 106 New York (State). Laws of 1858, Chapter 129: An Act to improve the discipline and promote the efficiency of the military forces of the state. Passed April 6, 1858; broadside; 1p. (8311)
Oaths of Office and Similar Documents
4 107 Sanders Perry. Oath of office as second lieutenant; November 7, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5851)
4 107 Peter S. Henry. Oath of office as aide-de-camp, February 19, 1824; A.D.S.; 1p. (5874)
4 107 Peter Settle. Oath of office as first lieutenant in the 3d Regiment of Cavalry, October 5, 1825; D.S.; 1p. (5846)
4 107 J. Consaul, colonel, and John B. Van Schaick, lieutenant colonel. Certificate of willingness to serve in the 6th Horse Artillery, December 15, 1827, A.D.S.; 1p. (8279)
4 107 Charles Cooper. Oath of office as paymaster of 3d Brigade Horse Artillery, March 14, 1833; A.D.S.; 1p. (8365)
4 107 Cornelius Ten Broeck. Oath of office as paymaster, October 8, 1833; A.D.S.; 1p. (8248)
4 107 Stephen Van Rensselaer. Oath as aide-de-camp, October 20, 1846; A.D.S.; 1p. (5957)
4 107 Timothy Lawrence. Oath of office as division inspector, March 9, 1854; A.D.S.; 1p. (8545)
4 107 William A. Jackson. Oath of office as division paymaster of the 3d Division, December 22, 1854; A.D.S.; 1p. (8540)
4 107 John Jacob Wendell. Oath of office as paymaster in the 3d Division, Albany, December 25, 1854; A.D.S.; 1p. (8381)
4 107 William A. Jackson. Oath of office as judge advocate, December 29, 1854; A.L.S.; 1p. (8282)
4 107 Randall James, captain; Anthony Brees, first lieutenant; William Whitney, second lieutenant; Thomas Clark, cornet. Oath of office of 3rdRegt., 3rd Brigade NYSM; September 28, [18??]; A.D.S.; 1p. (5860)
General Orders, 1826-1857
4 108 N.F. Beck, adjutant general, to Colonel John T. Cooper. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], April 8, 1826, re: re-organization of the Corps of Cavalry; circular letter (printed form); 1p. (5935)
4 108 Levi Hubbell, adjutant general, to [John Tayler Cooper]. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], May 24, 1834; 2(4)p. (A-8308)
4 108 Levi Hubbell, adjutant general. General Orders re: discipline, August 1, 1834; circular letter (printed form); 1p. (8379 [sic])
4 108 Allan Macdonald, adjutant general. General Orders, October 21, 1837, re: court martial of Brigadier General John A. Arthur; A.D.S.; 1p. (5940)
4 108 Allan MacDonald, adjutant general. General Orders re: court martial of Brigadier General John A. Arthur, December 20, 1837; circular letter (printed form); 1(4)p. (5937)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders, April 16, 1839, re: call for election of brigadier general of 3d Brigade of Horse Artillery; D.S. (printed form); 1(4)p. (8320)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], January 27, 1840, re: court martial of Isaac J. Yates; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (8274)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], April 14, 1840, re: Third Brigade of Cavalry; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5964)
4 108 John J. Roosa. Brigade orders by order of Brig. Gen. Lewis Averell, July 20, 1840, re: “rendezvous and parade for the purpose of training, disciplining, and improving in martial exercise”; mailed to John Tayler Cooper; D.S. (printed form); 2(4)p. (8331)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], January 5, 1841, re: organizing the First Division of Cavalry; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (5965)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders July 18, 1842, re: court of inquiry of actions of Brigadier General Henry Storms; mailed to Maj. Gen. John Taylor Cooper; A.D.S.; 1(4) (5960)
4 108 Rufus King, adjutant general. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], August 2, 1842, and September 5, 1842; broadside; 2(4)p. (5916)
4 108 Thomas Farrington, adjutant general. General Orders, June 6, 1845, re: election of officers; copy; 1(4)p. (5927)
4 108 Samuel Stevens, adjutant general. General Orders, No. 233, Albany, [N.Y.], July 23, 1850, re: asking for roster of officers; mailed to John Tayler Cooper; 2(4)p; plus 1p copy (A-8299)
4 108 R.E. Temple, adjutant general. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], April 23, 1853, re: trial of Major General Lewis Averell; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8290)
4 108 R.E. Temple, adjutant general. Order No. 89, Albany, [N.Y.], September 1, 1853; circular letter (printed form); 1(4)p. (8564)
4 108 R.E. Temple, adjutant general. Orders No. 91, Albany, [N.Y.], September 6, 1853, re: court of inquiry on charges against Major General Averell; D.S.; 2p. (8307)
4 108 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General W.S. Fullerton, Sparta, [N.Y.], September 8, 1853; A.D.S.; 1p. (A-8292)
4 108 I.Vanderpoel, assistant adjutant general. Order No. 102, Albany, [N.Y.], September 12, 1853, permission for Major General John Tayler Cooper and his staff “to retain their present uniforms”; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (8572)
4 108 S.S. Burnside. Division orders, Worcester, [N.Y.], January 17, 1854, re: death of Major General Lewis Averell; broadside; 1(4)p. (8513)
4 108 Samuel G. Dimmick, aide-de-camp, signing for Brigadier General Benj. J. Bassett. Brigade Orders, Walton, [N.Y.], August 4, 1856, notice of parades; A.D.S.; 1p. (8523)
4 108 Edgar Russell, adjutant, signing for Colonel George W. Pratt. Orders No. 7, Prattsville, [N.Y.], August 8, 1856; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (8557)
4 108 Stephen Yates. Regimental orders No. 3, 4, 5 and 6 for 26th Regiment, Schenectady, [N.Y.], September 1856; broadside; 4p. (8580)
4 108 Frederick Townsend, adjutant general. General Orders No. 10, Albany, [N.Y.], March 9, 1857 (8568)
New York State Militia (National Guard of the State of New York). General Orders, 1858-1860; 1862-1866
4 109 Brigadier General Jacob J. Deforest, brigade inspector, by order of Brigadier General Edward Frisby. General Orders, 11th Brigade, New York State Militia, 1858-1859; A.L.S.. 10 pieces (8265)
4 109 Frederick Townsend, adjutant general. General Orders No. 54, Albany, [N.Y.], June 5, 1858; D.S. (printed); 2(4)p. (8245)
4 109 To John Tayler Cooper from Frederick Townsend, adjutant general, Albany, [N.Y.], June 9, 1858; D.S. (printed); 1p. (8329)
4 109 Frederick Townsend, adjutant general. General Orders No. 59, Albany, [N.Y.]. June 29, 1858; circular letter (printed); 2p. (8321)
4 109 To John Tayler Cooper from Brigadier General H.A. Samson, Samsonville, [N.Y.], August 7, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8244)
4 109 D[arius] Allen. Regimental orders and brigade orders, Troy, [N.Y.], August 14, 1858; D.S. (printed); 1p. (8269)
4 109 Jacob J. De Forest, brigade inspector, by order of Brigadier General Edward Frisby. General Orders No. 12, Albany, [N.Y.], August 23, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (7866)
4 109 Jacob J. De Forest, brigade inspector, by order of Brigadier General Edward Frisby. General Orders No. 11. 11th Brigade, Albany, [N.Y.], August 18, 1858; A.L.S.; 1p. (8522)
4 109 Frederick Townsend, adjutant general. Special Orders 49 and 50, Albany, [N.Y.], December 26 and 29, 1860; A.L.S.; 2 pieces (each: 2(4)) (7936)
4 109 G.F. Von Beck, brigade inspector, by order of Brigadier General Samson. General Orders No. 1. Samsonville, [N.Y.], July 1, 1862; re: parade of companies. A.L.S.; 1p. (8575)
4 109 G.F. Von Beck, brigade inspector, by order of Brigadier General H.A. Samson. General Orders No. 1, Rondout, [N.Y.], October 7, 1862; mailed to Major General John Tayler Cooper. A.D.S.; 1p. (8335)
4 109 John T. Sprague. Adjutant general. General Orders No. 1 and No. 4, Albany, [N.Y.], January 1 and January 2, 1863; includes list of members of Gov. Horatio Seymour’s staff; broadside (printed); 1p. (8562)
4 109 New York State Militia. General Orders, No. 24, Albany, [N.Y.], June 19, 1863; broadside; 3(4) (7900)
4 109 George F. Von Beck, brigade inspector, by order of H.A. Samson. General Orders No. 3, Rondout, [N.Y.], September 13, 1864; A.L.S.; 1p. (8289)
4 109 William H. Lawton, brigade inspector, by order of Darius Allen, brigadier general. Brigade orders, Troy, [N.Y.], September-October, 1865; broadside; 4p. (8507)
4 109 B.F. Baker, brigade inspector, by order of John F. Rathbone, brigadier general. General Orders No. 3, Albany, [N.Y.], September 21, 1865; A.L.S.; 2p. (8284)
4 109 William H. Lawton, brigade inspector, by order of Darius Allen, brigadier general. General Orders No. 21 to Col. S. Greenman, Troy, [N.Y.], October 4, 1865; broadside; 1p. (8364)
4 109 George S. Bacheller, inspector general. Circular No. 1, Albany, [N.Y.], March 15, 1866, re: audit of military accounts; broadside; 2(4)p. (8285)
4 109 William H. Lawton, brigade inspector, by order of Darius Allen, brigadier general. General Orders No. 3, Troy, N.Y., September 6, 1866; with copy of General Orders No. 1, Berlin, N.Y., September 7, 1866; broadside; 3p. (8508)
4 109 W.H. Lawton, brigade inspector, by order of Darius Allen, brigadier general. General Order, No. 4, Troy, N.Y., September 10, 1866; broadside; 1p. (8336 [sic])
4 109 B.F. Baker, brigade inspector, by order of John F. Rathbone, brigadier general. General Orders No. 1, Albany, [N.Y.], September 13, 1866; A.L.S.; 1p. (8288)
4 109 G.F. Von Beck, brigade inspector, by order of H.A. Samson, brigadier general. General Orders No. 1, Samsonville, [N.Y.], September 18, 1866; A.L.S.; 1p. (8286)
4 109 Darius Allen. General Orders No. 7, 1866;L.S.; 1p. (8336) – not in folder
Special Orders. 1848, 1856, 1861, 1866, n.d.
4 110 J.A. Bogart, aide-de-camp [sic], by order of Henry Storms, brigadier general. Special Brigade Order, New York, February 2, 1848, re: “Major Gen’l Quitman, of the Volunteer service to Mexico, and a Son of this State, will arrive here to-morrow”; mailed to the Albany Argus; broadside; 1(4)p. (5941)
4 110 Robert H. Pruyn. Special Orders, No. 28, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, [N.Y.], April 25, 1856; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8260)
4 110 Jacob H. Ten Eyck, aid de camp [sic], by order of John Tayler Cooper, major general. Special Orders No.1; Albany, [N.Y., April 19, 1861; A.D.S.; 1p. (7941)
4 110 J. Meredith Read, Jr., adjutant general Special Orders No. 52, 65, 97, and 109; April 19, 21, 27. And 30, 1861; D.S.; 4 pieces (7940)
4 110 John Tayler Cooper, major general. Special Orders No. 2 and No. 65; Albany, [N.Y.], April 21, 1861; A.D.S.; 2p. (one of which appears to be a draft of the order) (A-8231)
4 110 J. Schuyler Crosby, aid de camp, by order of Major General John Tayler Cooper. Special Orders No. 4 and No. 5, Albany, [N.Y.], April 27, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8230)
4 110 William Irvine, adjutant general. Special Orders No. 299, Albany, [N.Y.], September 17, 1866; list of officers who had retired from active service; A.D.S.; 3(4)p. (A-8232)
4 110 John Tayler Cooper. Special Orders for drill in 9th Regiment, n.d.; 1p. (8517)
Orders, miscellaneous, 1820-1846, n.d.
4 111 To Colonel Harmanus Knickerbacker, Schaghticoke, [N.Y.], from Brig. Gen. R. Westerlo, Albany, [N.Y.], August 28, 1820; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5877)
4 111 To Colonel H. Knickerbacker, Schaghticoke, N.Y., from William Caldwell, aide de camp to General Van Rensselaer, Albany, [N.Y.], August 31, 1820; Division Orders describing the “uniform prescribed for the General Field & Staff of the Cavalry”. A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (5909)
4 111 Col. Knickerbacker. Order to Capt. H. Stafford, Albany, [N.Y.], September 19, 1822, for his “Company [to appear] at the house of John E. Winne on the Great Western Turnpike in the Town of Guilderland” on October 10 for inspection and review; A.D.S.; 1p. (5853)
4 111 To Adjutant John Tayler Cooper from Brig. Gen. R. Westerlo, Albany, [N.Y.], August 13, 1823. Order for election of officers, D.S.; 1p. (5896)
4 111 To Quarter Master Caleb N. Bement from John Tayler Cooper by order of Brig. Gen. R. Westerlo, Albany, [N.Y.], August 16, 1823, re: upcoming election of colonel and lieutenant colonel; A.D.S.; 1p. (5856)
4 111 To Capt. Jacob Settle from Col. John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], September 9, 1823. Regimental Orders. A.D.S.; 1p. (5905)
4 111 To C.N. Bement from Col. John Tayler Cooper. Notice to captains to make returns, September 19, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5902)
4 111 C.N. Bement, by order of John Tayler Cooper, colonel. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], October 10, 1823; 1p. (5970)
4 111 W.K. Fuller, adjutant general, by order of the Commander in Chief. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], January 8, 1824, re: “the fine imposed upon Denison Williams by the Regimental Court Martial”; mailed to Colonel John Tayler Cooper; A.D.S.; 1p. (5888)
4 111 To Adjutant C.N. Bement from Col. John Tayler Cooper. General Orders, Albany, [N.Y.], February 14, 1824; re: election for major; AS; 2p. (5835)
4 111 Col. John Tayler Cooper. Orders for regimental court martial, Albany, [N.Y.], May 8, 1824; 1p. (5972)
4 111 Adj. C.N. Bement, by order of Col. John Tayler Cooper, July 12, 1824; includes names of officers to whom the notice re: inspection and training that would commence on August 19 was sent; A.D.S.; 1p. (5886)
4 111 Edward Livingston, aid, by order of Brigadier General Westerlo, Albany, [N.Y.], July 18, 1825, re: inspection and training; A.D.S.; 1 p. (5895)
4 111 Col. John Tayler Cooper. Order for election of officers, Albany, [N.Y.], January 20, 1826; A.D.S.; 1p. (5906)
4 111 Orders, R[ensselaer] Westerlo. Order for election in the 3d Brigade of Cavalry, Albany, September 25, 1827; A.D.S.; 1p. (8273)
4 111 To Major [Denton?] Salsbury, Captain James Van Vechten and Major J.N. Northrup, August 1832, re: court martial of Major General Lewis Averell; 1p. (A-8296)
4 111 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from Levi Hubbell, Adjutant General’s Office, [Albany, N.Y.], May 24, 1834, re: reorganization of the 6th Regiment of Horse Artillery; A.L.S.; 2(4) (A-8312)
4 111 Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper. Paper relating to regimental parade, Albany, [N.Y.], September 22, 1834 (5973)
4 111 George Van Vliek, brigade inspector, by order of Brig. Gen. Isaac J. Platt. Brigade Orders, August 6, 1842; dates on which the various regiments will “rendezvous for the purpose of training, discipline, and improving in martial exercise”; mailed to Major General John Tayler Cooper; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (5963)
4 111 To Maj. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from A.C. Neven, adjutant general, Albany, [N.Y.], August 22, 1843; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5921)
4 111 D.G. Stranahan, brigade major and inspector, by order of Brigadier General William Mandaville, Stuyvesant Falls, [N.Y.], August 21, 1846, re: upcoming inspections; A.D.S.; 2p. (5926)
4 111 John Tayler Cooper. Appointment of regimental court martial, n.d.; 1p. (5971)
Printed Material (Broadsides), 1821-1866, n.d.
4 112 Samuel Talcott. Extracts from minutes of land office commission, March 5 and 7, 1821; signed by Archibald Campbell; broadside; 1(4) (5934)
4 112 Print of an article, written by “A Militiaman” in Albany, March 8, 1843, and published in the Albany Argus; entitled: “The Militia – Gen. Erwin’s Bill – Board of Revisors”; broadside; 1p. (A-8237)
4 112 New-York State Military Association. Notice of meeting on June 16, 1857; broadside; 1p. (8552)
4 112 Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, 13 Maiden Lane, New York City. Advertisement for “swords, sashes, belts, sword knots, epaulets, caps, laces, &c. We also manufacture extensively, and furnish horse furniture …”, June 1857; broadside; 1p. (8559)
4 112 New York State Military Association. Notice of meeting on January 19, 1858; broadside; 1p. (8310)
4 112 William W. Howe. Certificate of enlistment, June 1, 1861; verso: certification that he was “fully uniformed, armed and equipped” on inspections held from 1862 to 1868, inclusive; D.S. (printed form); 2p; also “Extracts from an act in relation to the First Division and Fifth Brigade of the New-York State Militia. Passed April 14, 1855. Broadside; 1p. (7906)
4 112 Darius Allen. “Course of Instruction and Manouvres [i.e., Maneuvers] [which] will be executed at the Officer Drill … in … City of Troy, on” September 18 and 19, 1866; broadside, 3(4)p. (8309)
4 112 Albany Military Association. Rules and regulation for government of the drill corps, n.d.; mailed to Major General John Tayler Cooper; broadside; 1p. (5938)
4 113 Maj. Tunis Hallenbeck. Report on the election of officers, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of Horse Artillery, New York State Militia, held at Guilderland, N.Y., July 14, 1834; A.D.S.; 2(4)p. (5942) Reports on the election of officers, 1834, 1836, 1837 and n.d.; 8 pieces (no numbers)
Report on the election of officers, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of Horse Artillery, New York State Militia: 1823, 1825[?], 1826
4 114 Capt. Jacob I. Hallenbeck. Returns of non-commissioned officers, September 13, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5898)
4 114 Isaiah Town, Jr. Returns of non-commissioned officers, September 16, 1823; 1p. (5850)
4 114 Capt. John S. Fake. Returns of non-commissioned officers, October 8, 1825 [1823?]; A.D.S.; 1p. (5899)
4 114 Capt. Randall James, Jr. Returns of subaltern and non-commissioned officers, January 28, 1826; A.D.S.; 1p. (5857)
4 114 Capt. Randall James, Jr. Returns of non-commissioned officers, January 28, 1826; A.D.S.; 1p. (5861)
4 114 Matthias P. Coons. Statement of returns of court martial, June-September, 1826; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5882)
4 115 Report on the election of officers, 6th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of Horse Artillery, New York State Militia: Reports made to John Tayler Cooper, 1830 [?]-1833; 16 pieces; 4 pieces stamped: 8518
4 116 To John Tayler Cooper from John S. Fake, Pittstown, [N.Y.], June 24, 1828. Report on the election of officers, 7th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of Horse Artillery, New York State Militia on March 1, 1828: Return of appointments; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (7923)
4 116 Report on the election of officers, 7th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of Horse Artillery, New York State Militia: Reports made to John Tayler Cooper, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1836; 13 pieces; 3 pieces stamped: 8518
4 117 John Tayler Cooper. List of officers who took oath, May 23, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5862)
4 117 Captain Alvin Armstrong. Report on the election of officers: Returns of non-commissioned officers, September 1, 1823; A.D.S.; 1p. (5880)
4 117 Capt. [Jacob?]Smith. Report on the election of officers: Returns of non-commissioned officers, April 4, 1825; 1p. (5900)
4 117 Holden Sweet. Report on the election of officers: Returns of men in Company of Cavalry of Berlin, June 1, 1825; A.D.S.; 1p. (5855)
4 117 Report on the election of officers: Reports made to John Tayler Cooper, 1831; 2 pieces (8518)
4 117 Lieut. Col. William Hunt. Report on the election of officers, Lansingburgh, [N.Y.[, May 12, 1832; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number)
4 117 Capt. Timothy Banker. Report on the election of officers: Returns of non-commissioned officers, October 13, 1887 [?]; A.D.S.; 1p. (5847)
Resignations, 1821, 1823, 1825, 1829
4 118 To Herman Knickerbacker, Schaightikoke [Schaghticoke], from Bradock Hall, Berlin, [N.Y.], July 17, 1821. Resignation as captain due to health; A.D.S.; 1p. (5875)
4 118 To Col. H. Knickerbacker, Schaghticoke, [N.Y.], from Ab[raha]m Vought, Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], June 10, 1823. Resignation due to rheumatism; A.D.S.; 1p. (5955)
4 118 To Stephen Sweet from H. Knickerbacker, June 16, 1823, accepting his resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (5956)
4 118 To Brig. Gen. Rensselaer Westerlo from Ebenezer Knibloe, Duanesburgh, [N.Y.], September 22, 1825. Resigning office of first lieutenant because he has been appointed post master A.L.S.; 1p. (5911)
4 118 To John Tayler Cooper from Joseph Rogers. Resignation as captain, Stephentown, [N.Y.], March 3, 1829; A.D.S.; 1p. (5876)
4 118 To John Tayler Cooper from Randall James, Jr., Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], October 9, 1829; A.L.S.: 1p. (8542)
Resignations, 1830- 1839
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Captain Calvin Sliter, Sand Lake, [N.Y.], June 10, 1830. Resignation. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from John B. Van Schaick, [Albany, N.Y.], August 30, 1830. Resignation. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Captain Matthew S. Hallenbeck, Albany, [N.Y.], November 8, 1830. Resignation. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Rensselaer Waterman, Saratoga County, [N.Y.], March 13, 1831. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by Colonel J. Consaul. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Governor Enos T. Throop, [Albany, N.Y.], from Peter Settle, Knox, Beavers Dam, Albany County, [N.Y.], April 25, 1831. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8276)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from Nicholas W. Haverly, Schenectady, [N.Y.], June 1, 1831. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8534)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from Matthew Henry Webster, Albany, [N.Y.], June 1, 1831. Resignation; A.L.S.; 2(4)p. (8577)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from John F. Townsend, Albany, [N.Y.], July 1, 1831. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8569)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Colonel Timothy Banker, Pittstown, [N.Y.], July 28, 1831. Resignation. A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from John Fuller, Guilderland, [N.Y.], September 10, 1831. Resignation; includes acceptance by Colonel Joseph Consaul; A.L.S.; 1p. (8533)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from John F. Townsend, Albany, [N.Y.], October 14, 1831. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1p. (8570)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from William D. Millwine, Florida, Minaville, [N.Y.], August 17, 1832. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (8366)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from William D. Millwine, Florida, Minaville, [N.Y.], September 12, 1832. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Peter Settle, September 13, 1832. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from James McCabe, Albany, [N.Y.], April 22, 1833. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from V.W. Graham, Esq., Albany, [N.Y.], September 9, 1833. Resignation. A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8316)
4 119 To Col. Joseph Consaul from Capt. William Earle, Bern, [N.Y.], September 20, 1833. Resignation; includes Joseph Consaul’s acceptance of resignation; A.L.S.; 1(4) (5953)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from Tunis Hallenbeck, Guilderland, [N.Y.], February 10, 1834. Resignation; includes Joseph Consaul’s acceptance of resignation; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5948)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from Erastus Miller, Albany, [N.Y.], March 26, 1834. Resignation; includes Joseph Consaul’s acceptance of resignation; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8009)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from R. Knight, Glenville[?], [N.Y.], July 25, 1834. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by William W. Tredway A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To John Tayler Cooper from John W. Millwine, Florida, [N.Y.], November 22, 1834. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by William W. Tredway; A.L.S.; 1p. (A-8315)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from David D. Pryne, Schenectady, [N.Y.], January 22, 1835. Resignation; includes William W. Tredway’s acceptance of resignation; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5936)
4 119 To Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from William Tredway, Schenectady, [N.Y.], June 8, 1835, seeking appointment of Jacob T. Radley as Treway’s adjutant; A.L.S.; 1p. (5949)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Lieutenant Martin Sipperly, Schaghticoke, [N.Y.], August 7, 1835. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by Colonel Thomas Clark; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from Andrew Truax, Schenectada [Schenectady, N.Y.], May 20, 1836. Resignation as surgeon’s mate; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5946)
4 119 To Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from William Tredway, Schenectady, [N.Y.], June 22, 1836; recommends Edgar Fonda to fill surgeon’s mate post being vacated by Andrew Truax’s resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (5945)
4 119 To Brigadier General [John Tayler Cooper?] from William Hunt, September 24, 1836. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by Thomas Clark; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 Thomas J. Potter. Resignation to Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper, Schenectady, [N.Y.], November 24, 1836. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5944)
4 119 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from John Sterling, Florida, [N.Y.] December 22, 1836. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1p. (8375)
4 119 To Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from John Buchanan, Rotterdam, [N.Y.], March 18, 1837. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1p. (5939)
4 119 To Brigadier General [John Tayler Cooper?] from Warren E. Wadsworth, Pittstown, [N.Y.], September 2, 1837. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by Thomas Clark; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 119 To Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from Capt. John Volk. Resignation, October 10, 1837; A.D.S.; 1p. (5943)
4 119 To Brigadier General John T. Cooper from Abraham T. Conde, Wilton, Saratoga County, [N.Y.], January 21, 1839. Resignation; includes acceptance of resignation by Major W.W. Tredway; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
Resignations, 1842-1866
4 120 To Maj. John Tayler Cooper from Cornelius Ten Broeck, Albany, [N.Y.], May 1 [sic], 1842. Resignation as judge advocate; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5962)
4 120 To Maj. John Tayler Cooper from Cornelius Ten Broeck, Albany, [N.Y.], May 17, 1842. Resignation as judge advocate; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5961)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from James M. French, Albany, [N.Y.], September 13, 1843. Resignation; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5923)
4 120 To Gen. John Tayler Cooper from James M. French, September 13, 1843; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5924)
4 120 To Maj. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from Isaac J. Platt, Pokeepsie [Poughkeepsie], [N.Y.], May 21, 1845. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5930)
4 120 To Maj. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from Maj. Gen. Geo. G. Viele, Troy, [N.Y.], August 30, 1845, re: “parade, inspection and review”; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5912)
4 120 To Brigadier General John Tayler Cooper from Jacob A. Brooks, Glenville, [N.Y.], September 3, 1852. Resignation; with acceptance of resignation by Joseph Consaul; A.D.S.; 1p. (no number - 8375?)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from J. DePeyster Douw, January 23, 1854. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8524)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from John B. Tibbitts, Albany, [N.Y.], December 19, 1854. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8567)
4 120 To John Tayler Cooper from William B. Cooper, Seneca Falls, [N.Y.], October 15, 1855. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8283)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from Wm. A. Jackson, Albany, [N.Y.], November 24, 1855. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8541)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from T.B. Lawrence, Boston, April 29, 1856. Resignation due to the fact that he has moved to Massachusetts; A.L.S.; 2p. (8547)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from A.H. Wood, Albany, [N.Y.], December 1, 1857. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8578)
4 120 To Major General John Tayler Cooper from Bleecker Tibbitts, Albany, [N.Y.], January 12, 1858. Resignation; A.L.S.; 1p. (8566)
4 120 To John Tayler Cooper from A.B. Kirtland, Greenbush, [N.Y.], September 1, 1861; A.L.S.; 1p. (7901)
4 120 William Irvine adjutant general. Special Orders re: resignation of Francis S. Pruyn, Albany, [N.Y.], September 1, 1866; D.S. (printed form) (8287)
Rosters and commissions, miscellaneous
4 121 Evert Van Alen. List of officers of his company. Greenbush, [N.Y.], January 24, 1821; A.D.S.; 1p. (5873)
4 121 Col. Knickerbacker. Names of officers recommended to fill vacancies; [March 1821]; A.D.S.; 1p. (5869)
4 121 Capt. Joseph Rogers. Minutes of a meeting of a cavalry company, Stephentown, [N.Y.], March 3, 1821; A.D.S.; 1p. (5872)
4 121 Brig. Gen. John Tayler Cooper. List of officers in 3d Regiment of Cavalry, 1815-1822; 1(4)p (5973)
4 121 Col. John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], May 30, 1825. Order for court martial, A.D.S.; 1p. (5889)
4 121 Roll in a company in the Town of Berlin, N.Y., July 15, 1825
4 121 Re-organization of 3d Regiment of Cavalry personnel. Albany, [N.Y.], August 30, 1825; 1p. (5973)
4 121 Col. John Tayler Cooper. Order to divide the militia of the Town of Berlin, Albany, [N.Y.], September 6, 1825; A.D.S.; 1p. (5897)
4 121 Capt. Sanders Perry. Roll absentees of his company; November 19, 1825; A.D.S.; 1(4)p. (5864)
4 121 To John Tayler Cooper from James McCabe, Albany, [N.Y.], November 27, 1832: “I have been requested a number of times to procure commissions for the following names …”; A.L.S.; 1p. (8359)
4 121 John Tayler Cooper. Abstract of commissions and orders, 1819-1833; 2(4)p. (8316)
4 121 To Maj. Gen. John Tayler Cooper from Isaac J. Platt, Pokeepsie [Poughkeepsie], [N.Y.], July 28, 1845; includes “roster of the field officers of the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry of your 3rd Division”; A.L.S.; 3p. (5929)
4 121 To Richard Jennings from Thomas Farrington, Fonda, [N.Y.], January 9, 1846; names and dates of the commandants of the 2nd Regiment of Cavalry of the Seventh Brigade; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (5933)
4 121 To H. Allen from John Tayler Cooper, Albany, [N.Y.], August 9, 1854; 1p. (8519)
4 121 James Hendrick. Re: election on May 9, 1856, of a brigadier general of the 11th Brigade; A.L.S.; 1(4)p. (A-8300)
4 121 New York State. Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, November 15, 1860. “Major General John Tayler Cooper of the 3d Division … will at once assume the command of his Division”; A.D.S.; 194)p. (A-8229)
4 121 List of commissions held by John Tayler Cooper in the militia of the State of New York, 1817-1861; 1p. (7864)
4 121 Commissions of John Tayler Cooper between 1823 and 1861; 1p. (A-8301)
4 121 [Request for brigadier generals to submit rosters of men in their regiments], n.p.; n.d. 1p. (A-8298)
4 121 [John Tayler Cooper]. List of officers, 3d Division, New York State Militia, n.d.; 1p. (8298 [sic])
4 121 New York (State). Militia. Memorandum of names and addresses of general officers, n.d.; 1(4)p. (8382)
4 121 Col. Jacob J. Hasbrouck. Roster of 7th Brigade Cavalry, Warwick, Orange County, [N.Y.], n.d.; 1p. (5969)
4 121 [Orders for parade maneuvers?]; n.d. (5973)
4 121 New York. Militia. Roster of officers, 25th Regiment, n.d.; 1p. (7949)
Printed Material, Miscellaneous (Broadsides)
4 122 Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Company. Notice of proposed merger, Cleveland, Ohio, November 22, 1869; A.L.S.; 2p. (8543)
4 122 Albany, New York. 100th anniversary of its establishment as capital, 1897; the “State Ball” card (7 in. x 10.5 in.) includes small line drawings of all three capitols plus names of 1897 committee members; 2 copies of the program for the celebration exercises held at the Harmanus Bleecker Hall, January 6, 1897; generic invitation card to the state ball held at the 10th Battalion Armory on January 6; State Ball invitation card admitting J. Townsend Lansing “and Ladies” (in envelope); (7927)
4 122 Cards:
  1. Assembly Chamber pass for the Hon. A. Burleigh, on February 10, 1880; George H. Shapiro, Speaker
  2. “For/Doorkeeper of the Assembly,/Charles A. Pavie”
  3. “1879/Republican State Convention/Saratoga, Wednesday, Sept. 3d”
  4. “Republican State Convention/Opera House, Utica, N.Y./February 25, 1880/Platform/Admit the Bearer at State Door – Washington/Street Entrance” – Signature: Last name may be Damion
  5. “Republican State Convention/Opera House, Utica, N.Y./February 25, 1880/Alternate/Admit the Bearer to Dress Circle”
4 122 New York State Legislature. Petition for a pro-rata freight law, n.d.; includes line drawing of a train and a steamboat; broadside; 1p. (7876)
4 122 Albany and Susquehanna Railroad tickets (three, uncut); issued in conjunction with the Root & Watkins’ Stage Line, n.d. (7877)
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Ledger of debit-credit accounts, 1825-1850; 1 v. (200+ p.) Indexed. Record of real estate and related business accounts
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