Ripley, John Phillips, 1775-1816
- Existence: 1775 - 1816
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Two page personal letter from John P. Ripley of Philadelphia to John Wheelock.
An incomplete account from [John Phillips Ripley] of Altona [Germany] describing writer's experiences in England and Holland and his plans to join the Polish army.
Four page letter from John Phillips Ripley of Philadelphia to J. Wheelock asks advice about trying to borrow money of John Phillips. The terrible epidemic in Philadelphia.
Four page letter from John Phillips Ripley of Boston to Mrs. Abigail Ripley of Hanover, N.H. informing her that if he does not go to Holland, he intends to join the Russian army.
Two page letter from John Phillips Ripley of Boston to Mary Ripley and Abigail Ripley writer expects to sail immediately. Postcript dated June 11: Writer has received letter from home. Sailing delayed.
Letter of John Phillips Ripley of Boston to Elizabeth Ripley and James Wheelock Ripley of Hanover, N.H. writer sails to-morrow for London.
Two page letter from John Phillips Ripley of S.S. Minerva to Mrs. Abigail Ripley with farewell messages to family and friends. Mr. Niles has writer's note for $40. Writer has drawn on the President in favor of Mr. White.
Three page letter from John Phillips Ripley of London to Mrs. Abigail Ripley informing her that he has been in England a month. He is starting for Holland immediately, Dr. Peters has been kind. Writer has not seen Lord Dartmouth. Writer breakfasted with Mr. Jay.
Four page letter from John Phillips Ripley to Mrs. Abigail Ripley, informing her that Poland has been conquered by the Russian army. Writer was arrested in Galicia and turned back from his attempt to join the Polish army. He has had a fever but is recovered.
Letter from John Phillips Ripley of Hanover, N.H. to Dartmouth College President and Trustees requesting adjustment of a sum of money given to him by Dr. Phillips of Exeter and subsequently given to Dr. Wheelock for the use and on account of the College.
Two page letter from John Phillips Ripley to J. Wheelock has a good position at Exeter.
Letter from William Eaton of Pilad. to John Phillips Ripley of Philadelphia berating Ripley for betraying writer's confidence and perverting facts in regard to the Blount conspiracy.