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The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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MLMSS 7359

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9AL4eAaY

The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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Date

1791-1908

Call Numbers

MLMSS 7359

Record Identifier

9AL4eAaY
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1 box - 0.04 Meters

Textual Records - (typescript)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Papers of Michael Hogan, 1791-1833. Mainly letters sent and received by Michael Hogan together with commercial documents such as bills, articles of agreement, receipts, invoices and statements. Correspondents include David Collins, Philip Gidley King, John Macarthur, William Anderson, David Ponterdant, Thomas Butler, Pierce Butler, Frances Butle...

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The Michael Hogan Family Papers, 1791-1908, transcribed and annotated by Michael H.Styles in 2004

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Presented by Michael H. Styles in April and May 2004

Administrative / Biographical history

Michael Hogan was born in Ireland in 1766. Between 1780 and 1784 he served as a seaman and midshipman in the Royal Navy. After leaving the navy he sailed as a seaman on trading voyages to India and China before becoming owner and captain of a ship trading between India and Europe. In 1795 he sailed as master of the Marquis of Cornwallis transpor...

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MLMSS 7359

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9AL4eAaY

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