Inventory of the Jonathan Bourne Jr. Business Records In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research LibraryProcessed by: Barbara E. Austen; machine-readable finding aid created by: Mark ProcknikFunds for processing this collection were provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.Inventory of the Jonathan Bourne Jr. Business Records In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library

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Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Information for Researchers

Separations List

Administrative Information

Description

Added Entries

Inventory of the Jonathan Bourne Jr. Business Records

In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library



Title:
Jonathan Bourne Jr. Business Records
Date Span:
1836-1899
Creator:
Jonathan Bourne Jr., 1811-1889
Mss Number:
Mss 18
Extent:
7.5 linear feet
Abstract:
Financial records, correspondence, and related records of a New Bedford, Mass., whaling agent and merchant, 1836-1899.
Repository:
New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library
Whaling Museum: (508) 997-0046
Maritime Curator/Librarian: (508) 717-6837

Biographical Note

Jonathan Bourne Jr. (1811-1889), was one of New Bedford's most prosperous whaling agents and merchants. Born in the Monument section of Sandwich, Massachusetts, now known as Bourne, he entered the grocery business in New Bedford, Massachusetts, at the age of seventeen. He eventually bought the store from the owner and began investing in whaling vessels. He made his first investment in the Roscoe (Bark) in 1836 and by 1838 left the grocery business to devote his energies to financing whaling voyages. Before his death in August 1889, Bourne acted as agent for and owned substantial shares in twenty-four vessels as well as having interest in twenty-two others.

In addition to his activities as a whaling agent, Bourne was an alderman for the city of New Bedford, Massachusetts, for five years, served on the Governor's Council also for five years, was elected State director of the Boston and Albany Railroad, acted as the director for numerous banks, companies, and manufacturing firms, and invested in various other companies and industries.

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Scope and Content Note

The bulk of material in this collection consists of ships' papers for twenty-five vessels for which Jonathan Bourne Jr. acted as agent or in which he had an interest between 1836-1889. Of particular note among these papers are letters from Charles Fisher, captain of the Alaska (Bark), 1886-1889, concerning his voyage to the South Pacific; agent/owner accounts which include information on outfitting and settling individual whaling ventures; crew papers, including Whalemens' Shipping Papers, accounts, crew agreements relieving Bourne of responsibility if a crew member should prove to be a minor; Sea Letters; consular records, primarily consisting of protests, surveys, and financial records concerning damage sustained by vessels; and a deposition from a crew member of the President (Bark) concerning removing articles from a shipwreck. Other ships' papers in this collection include bills of sale; insurance policies; customs records; legal records, including a court case involving the Marengo (Ship), and agreements of sale and freight; bills and receipts for outfits and recruits; and memoranda concerning supplies, catches, and sales. These records have been arranged under name of the vessel by type of document.

Additional materials in this collection include general accounts, 1836-1868, for vessels and individuals; legal documents, 1861-1880, including guardianship records and Bourne's appointment as New Bedford, Massachusetts, Port Warden; a time book for carpentary work on Bourne's house and on the Hunter (Ship), 1856-1859; insurance records, 1841, 1849, concerning the shipment of oil; bills and receipts, 1841-1889; and incoming and outgoing business correspondence, 1848-1889. The outgoing correspondence includes letters addressed to investors, merchants, ship captains, and business associates throughout the United States, South America, Europe, and in Bermuda and New Zealand, and letters concerning the settlement of Bourne's estate by his son, 1889-1899.

Arrangement of Collection

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Information for Researchers

Access to the Collection

Unrestricted. Consult librarian for an appointment.

Preferred Citation

New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library Mss 18 [sub-group, series, sub-series, folder/volume as appropriate], [item]

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Separations List

Removed to Printed Collection:

MacLean, Maris & Co.'s Price Current, 31 January 1863

Removed to Log Book Collection:

Abbie Bradford (Schooner), 1884; ODHS #491
Adeline Gibbs (Bark), 1866; ODHS #495
Adeline Gibbs (Bark), 1870; ODHS #496
Alaska (Bark), 1885; ODHS #501
Andrews (Bark), 1867; ODHS #504A
Ansel Gibbs (Bark), 1867; ODHS #500A
George & Mary (Bark), 1877; ODHS #502
George & Mary (Bark), 1879; ODHS #504B
George & Mary (Bark), 1883; ODHS #503B
George & Mary (Bark), 1885; ODHS #503C
Hunter (Bark), 1878; KWM #969
Lagoda (Bark), 1868; ODHS #494
Napoleon (Bark), 1878; ODHS #505
Northern Light (Bark), 1876; ODHS #497
Northern Light (Bark), 1877; ODHS #498
Northern Light (Bark), 1879; ODHS #499
President (Bark), 1875; ODHS #503A
Sea Breeze (Bark), 1865; ODHS #490
Sea Breeze (Bark), 1871; ODHS #493

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Administrative Information

Provenance

The bulk of this collection was given to the Old Dartmouth Historical Society from the estate of Jonathan Bourne Jr. through Benjamin Baker in 1925 and through Mrs. Benjamin Baker on 20 October 1930. Additional volumes and papers were gifts of Jonathan Bourne Jr. on 4 November 1936; Wilbur G. Sherman on 24 October 1941; the estates of Benjamin and Anna Wheaton Baker, 12 May 1951; the estate of Jonathan Bourne Jr. through Bryant Prescott, 12 January 1960; the estate of William H. Tripp on 2 April 1960; A. M. Peckham on behalf of Annie Bowie Peckham on 18 September 1963; and Charles R. Phillips, Sr., on 30 April 1965.

Processing Information

Processed by: Barbara E. Austen, ca. 1982

Encoded by: Mark Procknik, 17 December 2010

Funds for processing this collection were provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Description

Series A: Account Books, 1836-1868 [3 items]
Box 1
Volume 1
1836-1868
Volume 2
1848-1866
Contain accounts on whale oil and bone sold and stored.
Volume 3
1850-1855
Series B: Ship's Papers, 1836-1890 [6 linear feet]
Ship's papers consists of records for twenty-five vessels for which Jonathan Bourne Jr. acted as agent or in which he had an interest.
Sub-series 1: Abbie Bradford (Schooner) Records, 1872-1888
Box 2
Folder 1
Agent/Owner accounts, 1879-1888
Volume 1
Crew accounts, 1872-1888
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 2-3
Crew papers, 1874-1888
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 2
Crew accounts, 1880-1881
Folder 4
Bill of sale, 1884
Sub-series 2: Adeline Gibbs (Bark) Records, 1861-1888
Folder 1
Correspondence from crew members concerning insurance, 1862, 1866
Folder 2
Agent/Owner accounts, 1879-1883
Volume 1
Crew accounts, 1861-1885
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 14, Volume 1 for additional crew accounts relating to the Adeline Gibbs (Bark).
Folder 3-4
Crew papers, 1861-1885
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 2
Crew accounts, 1878-1888
Include outfitting accounts.
Volume 3
Crew Accounts, 1880-1885
Include outfitting accounts as well as lists of stores and provisions.
Folder 5-6
Consular Records, 1868, 1881
Consist of a 1868 protest by crew against the treatment received from the captain, and 1881 records concerning the damage sustained to the vessel by a hurricane.
Folder 7
Insurance Records, 1880-1881
Consist of correspondence concerning a survey and explanation of a claim for damages to the vessel.
Folder 8
Bill, 1881
Sub-series 3: Alaska (Bark) Records, 1867-1890
Box 3
Folder 1-4
Correspondence, 1881-1889
Include typescripts of letters from 1886-1887 and 1889.
Folder 5-6
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1876-1885
Include a sketch of the vessel.
Folder 7-9
Crew Papers, 1867-1889
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1867-1890
Include outward and inward accounts.
Folder 10
Letter, 1889
Removed from Volume 1
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1871-1875
Include lists of provisions and stores.
Folder 11
Sea Letter, 1867
Sub-series 4: Alaska (Steamer) Records, 1885
Folder 1
Protest, statement of loss, survey report, and financial account concerning damage to vessel, 1885
Sub-series 5: Alexander Coffin (Ship) Records, 1844-1862
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1844
Volume 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1844-1850
See also Sub-series 25, Volume 1 for additional agent/owner accounts, 1844-1850, relating to the Alexander Coffin (Ship).
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1851
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1851-1862
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 3
Consular Records, 1857
Consist of an abstract of a protest, a survey, and financial account of damages to the vessel.
Folder 4
Insurance Policy, 1844
Folder 5
Memorandum concerning settlement of voyage, ca. 1849
Sub-series 6: Andrews (Bark) Records, 1862-1869
Box 4
Folder 1
Correspondence, 1866
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1862-1869
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 18, Volume 1 for additional crew accounts relating to the Andrews (Bark).
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1864-1866
Sub-series 7: Ansel Gibbs (Ship/Bark) Records, 1861-1877
Folder 1
Crew Papers, 1861-1868
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1861-1870
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 20, Volume 1 for additional crew accounts, 1861-1870, relating to the Ansel Gibbs (Ship/Bark).
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1870-1877
Include outfitting accounts.
Sub-series 8: Chandler Price (Bark) Records, 1863
Folder 1
Owner's authorization for insurance, 1863
Sub-series 9:Draco (Bark) Records, 1843-1880
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1843, 1875-1879
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1845-1875
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 2
Items removed from Volume 1
Folder 3-5
Crew Papers, 1847-1880
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Folder 6-7
Consular Records, 1880
Consist of a protest, depositions, a survey, and bills concerning damage resulting from stormy weather.
Folder 8
Insurance Policies, 1843-1846
Sub-series 10: Eliza (Bark) Records, 1856-1885
Box 5
Folder 1
Letter concerning insurance, 1865
Folder 2
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1865, 1882
Folder 3-5
Crew Papers, 1856-1883
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1865-1885
Include both outfitting and inward accounts as well as shipments.
Sub-series 11: George and Mary (Bark) Records, 1874-1888
Folder 1-2
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1877-1884
Include a sketch of the vessel.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1874-1888
Inlcude accounts of repairs and outfits.
Folder 3-4
Crew Papers, 1879-1885
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1883-1884
Inlcude lists of provisions and stores.
Sub-series 12: Hibernia (Ship) Records, 1857-1861
Folder 1
Letter concerning insurance, 1860
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1857-1861
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 18, Volume 1 for aditional crew accounts relating to the Hibernia (Ship).
Sub-series 13: Hunter (Ship/Bark) Records, 1851-1884
Box 6
Folder 1
Letter from captain, 1862
Folder 2
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1864, 1868, 1873
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1851-1875
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 3-5
Crew Papers, 1851-1884
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1875-1884
Inlcude outfitting accounts.
Volume 3
Crew Accounts, 1882-1883
Folder 6
Consular Records, 1877
Folder 7
Customs Records, 1874
Folder 8
Bill, 1864
Folder 9
Memoranda, 1863-1864
Consist of whaling grounds and extracts from the ship's log.
Sub-series 14: King Fisher (Ship/Bark) Records, 1852-1864
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1852-1864
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 1
Crew Agreement, 1856
Folder 2
Consular Records, 1855
Consist of a protest, correspondence, and bills concerning damage from a storm.
Sub-series 15: Lagoda (Ship/Bark) Records, 1841-1888
Box 7-8
Folder 1
Letter from captain, 1870
Folder 2-3
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1841-1882
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1850-1878
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 4-6
Crew Papers, 1853-1856
Inlcude Whalemens' Shipping Papers along with Hawaiian Shipping Articles.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1861-1862
Volume 3
Crew Accounts, 1868-1873
Volume 4
Crew Accounts, 1877-1881
Volume 5
Crew Accounts, 1877-1888
Include outfitting accounts.
Volume 6
Crew Accounts, 1882-1886
Folder 7
Sea Letters, 1843, 1868
Folder 8-9
Consular Records, 1855, 1865-1868, 1883
Include protests, surveys, and repairs on vessel due to damage from storms and striking reef.
Folder 10
Customs Records, 1856, 1882
Include a protest and estimate of claim for partial loss made in New Bedford, Mass., for storm damage.
Folder 11
Authorization to purchase share of vessel, 1862
Folder 12
Insurance Policies, 1841-1864
Folder 13
Bill of Lading, 1865
Folder 14
Bills of Sale, 1853, 1860
Folder 15-22
Bills and Receipts, 1881-1882
Folder 23
Memoranda on sails, stores, insurance, and related matters, 1861-1882
Sub-series 16: Marengo (Ship) Records, 1845-1866
Box 9
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Account, 1857
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1845-1851
Include both outfitting and settlement accounts as well as owners' accounts.
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1848-1863
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1851-1863
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 3
Customs Records, ca. 1860
Folder 4
Lawyer's argument and judge's decision in case concerning owners outfitting vessel, 1866
Folder 5
Agreement concerning shipping oil, 1863
Folder 6
Sales Agreement, 1866
Folder 7
Insurance Policies, 1845, 1847
Sub-series 17: Napoleon (Bark) Records, 1874-1883
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1875-1878
Folder 2-3
Crew Papers, 1874-1882
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1874-1883
Include outfitting accounts.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1878-1882
Include lists of provisions, stores, and oil shipped home.
Sub-series 18: Newton (Bark) Records, 1843-1858
Box 10
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Account, 1843
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1849-1858
Include outfitting and settlement accounts.
Folder 2
Insurance Policy, 1845
Folder 3
Bill of Sale, 1853
Sub-series 19: Northern Light (Ship/Bark) Records, 1861-1886
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Account, 1874
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1861-1881
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 5, Volume 2 for additional crew accounts, 1861-1881, relating to the Northern Light (Ship/Bark).
Folder 2-6
Crew Papers, 1861-1882
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1880-1886
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 7
Sea Letter, 1867
Folder 8-9
Consular Records, 1877
Consist of a protest, survey, financial loss statement, claims, and related material concerning damage from striking rocks.
Folder 10
Bill, 1879
Sub-series 20: Pantheon (Bark) Records, 1845-1853
Box 11
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1841
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1849-1853
Include outfitting accounts.
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1850-1853
Include lists of provisions, sails, slops, as well as a list of whales taken by the Coral (Ship), 1846-1847.
Folder 2
Insurance Policies, 1845
Folder 3
Bill, 1853
Folder 4
Memorandum, ca. 1849
Sub-series 21: President (Bark) Records, 1874-1880
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1878, 1880
Folder 2-3
Crew Papers, 1874-1879
Include Whalemens' Shipping Papers.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1874-1881
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 7, Volume 2 for additional crew accounts relating to the President (Bark).
Folder 4-5
Consulaar Records, 1876-1878
Consist of a protest, survey, and claims adjustments from storm damage.
Folder 6
Deposition and list concerning articles removed from the wreck of the Orray Taft (Bark), 1874-1875
Sub-series 22: Roscoe (Bark) Records, 1836-1859
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1836-1846
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1836-1846
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1842-1849
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1846-1853
Include outfitting and settlement accounts as well as accounts of oil sent home.
See also Sub-series 16, Volume 1 for additional crew accounts (1846-1853) relating to the Roscoe (Bark).
Volume 3
Crew Accounts, 1853-1859
Include outfitting accounts.
See also Sub-series 20, Volume 1 for additional crew accounts (1853-1859) relating to the Roscoe (Bark).
Folder 3
Survey request and report on storm damage, 1856
Folder 4
Insurance Policies, 1841-1846
Folder 5
Memoranda concerning whales sighted or taken, ca. 1849
Sub-series 23: Sea Breeze (Bark) Records, 1865-1881
Box 12
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Account, 1877
Folder 2-4
Crew Papers, 1865-1881
Inlcude Whalemens' Shipping Papers as well as a crew list.
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1865-1881
Include outfitting accounts as well as descriptions of repairs.
Folder 5-7
Consular Records, 1869-1878
Consist of a marine note of protest, protests, surveys, and financial records concerning damage resulting from storm and ice.
Sub-series 24: Stephania (Ship/Bark) Records, 1847-1870
Box 13
Volume 1
Crew Accounts, 1847-1870
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 1
Account, 1864
Removed from Volume 1
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1850-1864
Folder 3-5
Consualr Records, 1857-1865
Consist of 1857 records of protests, surveys, and financial records concerning damage to vessel from striking bottom, 1862 records of the vessel running aground, and 1865 records concerning the loss of an anchor in storm and ice.
Folder 6
Insurance Policy, 1847
Sub-series 25: Washington (Ship/Bark) Records, 1838-1870
Folder 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1838-1844
Volume 1
Agent/Owner Accounts, 1838-1851
Folder 2
Crew Papers, 1844-1865
Volume 2
Crew Accounts, 1850-1870
Include outfitting accounts.
Folder 3-5
Consular Records, 1854-1865
Consist of 1854 records of protests along with a survey concerning the loss of an anchor, while records from 1856 and 1865 concern storm damage.
Folder 6
Insurance Policies, 1842-1847
Folder 7
Memoranda concerning cargoes and settlements, 1847, 1850, 1856
Series C: Legal Documents, 1861-1880 [15 items]
Legal documents consist of guardianship records; appointment as Port Warden; certificates of purchase and sale; and agreements.
Box 14-15
Folder 1
Guardianship Records, 1861-1880
Concern the children of Captain Martin Palmer. Also included in the records is an explanatory note by Benjamin Baker.
Folder 2
Appointment of Bourne as New Bedford, Mass., Port Warden, 1862
Folder 3
Certificates of Purchase and Sale, 1862, 1865
Folder 4
Agreements, 1863, 1867
Series D: Time Book, 1856-1859 [1 item]
Series D consists of a time book for carpentry work
Volume 1
1856-1859
Concerns carpentry work on both Bourne's house as well as the Hunter (Ship).
Series E: Insurance Records, 1841, 1849 [2 items]
Insurance records consist of an insurance policy along with a request for insurance.
Folder 1
Insurance policy for transporting oil, and request for insurance on oil aboard Bolina (Schooner) bound for Philadelphia, 1841, 1849
Series F: Bills and Receipts, 1841-1889 [5 inches]
Folder 1
Bills, 1841, 1853, 1855
Folder 2
Receipts, 1866-1870
Volume 1
Receipts, 1866-1874
Volume 2
Receipts, 1874-1889
Series G: Correspondence, 1848-1899 [1 linear foot]
Series G consists of incoming and outgoing business correspondence
Sub-series 1: Incoming, 1850, 1886
Box 16
Folder 1
1850, 1886
Sub-series 2: Outgoing, 1848-1899
Volume 1
1848-1851
This volume consists of a Letterbook of outgoing correspondence. Online transcriptions of the following years are available through the Whaling Museum's website:
Volume 2
1851-1856
This volume consists of a Letterbook of outgoing correspondence. Online transcriptions of the following years are available through the Whaling Museum's website:
Folder 1
ca. 1855
Volume 3
1856-1861
This volume consists of a Letterbook of outgoing correspondence. Online transcriptions of the following years are available through the Whaling Museum's website:
Box 17
Volume 4-5
1887-1899

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Added Entries

Account books--New Bedford, Mass.--1836-1890
Business records--Mass.--New Bedford
Businessmen--Mass.--New Bedford
Commercial agents--Mass.--New Bedford
Decendents' estates--Mass.--New Bedford
Insurance, Marine--Mass.--New Bedford--Policies
Marine protests
Merchant seamen--Mass.--New Bedford--Salaries, pensions, etc.
Merchants--Mass.--New Bedford
New Bedford--Mass.--Commerce
Ship's papers
Shipmasters--Mass.--New Bedford
Shipwrecks--Mass.--New Bedford
Whale-oil
Whalers
Whaling--Mass.--New Bedford
Whaling--Mass.--New Bedford--agents

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Vessel Names

Abbie Bradford (Schooner)
Adeline Gibbs (Bark)
Alaska (Bark)
Alaska (Steamer)
Alexander Coffin (Ship)
Andrews (Bark)
Ansel Gibbs (Bark)
Ansel Gibbs (Ship)
Chandler Price (Bark)
Draco (Bark)
Eliza (Bark)
George and Mary (Bark)
Hibernia (Ship)
Hunter (Bark)
Hunter (Ship)
King Fisher (Bark)
King Fisher (Ship)
Lagoda (Bark)
Lagoda (Ship)
Marengo (Ship)
Napoleon (Bark)
Newton (Bark)
Northern Light (Bark)
Northern Light (Ship)
Pantheon (Bark)
Pantheon (Ship)
Roscoe (Bark)
Sea Breeze (Bark)
Stephania (Bark)
Stephania (Ship)
Washington (Bark)
Washington (Ship)

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