• Letter from Merchant John F. Kennedy to Marcia Gray, "Tuesday noon"

      Kennedy, John F. (1811)
      The letter is brief (less than a single page), but it does mention the following "Bonaparte is broken by the A.D. Charles and obliged to retreat-".
    • Letter from Merchant John F. Kennedy to Marcia Gray, 27 August 1805

      Kennedy, John F. (1805-08-27)
      The situation put Kennedy in a financial bind, who writes on August 27, 1805 that “the loss of the Jane at a moment when I required an immense sum of money to meet my engagements threw me into such difficulty that to make my payments required all my energy and industry to get money without borrowing or going into the disreputable schemes of slavers”.
    • Letter from Merchant John F. Kennedy to Marcia Gray, 27 October 1806

      Kennedy, John F. (1806-10-27)
      The letter is written from St. Thomas and Kennedy discusses the letters/telegrams he has received, "...this was received at a moment when I am in difficulties gives me a pleasing relief...I have been taken with all my -------- by the Brittish and all condemned. tho this is a great disappointment to me as it relates my further visions the loss will remarkably not be very great.