Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Isaac Briggs
MSA SC 3520-15898


Archival Sources:

Indian Spring Monthly Meeting: Minutes (Sandy Spring), 1772-1817 [MSA SC 2978 SCM 638-1].

Monthly Meeting at the Clifts Collection, marriage certificates from Sandy Spring, West River, and Indian Springs meetings, marriage certificate, Isaac Briggs and Hannah Brooke, August 27, 1794, pp. 215-216 [MSA SC 2978, SCM 639-1].

Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting: Births, Deaths, and Membership, 1730-1895, Deaths, p. 8 [MSA SC 2978, SCM 667-3].
Published Sources:

An Act for the Relief of Isaac Briggs, ch. 73, 6 Stat. 209 (1818).

Barnard, Ella Kent. "Isaac Briggs, A.M., F.A.P.S." Maryland Historical Magazine 7 (1912): 409-419.

Barnes, Robert. Maryland Marriages, 1778-1800. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1979.

Briggs, Isaac, Briggs's Maryland, Pennsylvania & Virginia Almanac, or, Baltimore Ephemeris, for the Year of our Lord 1799. Baltimore: W. Pechin for Thomas, Andrews & Butler, 1799.

Knight, Lucian Lamar. A Standard History of Georgia and Georgians, vol. I. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1917.

Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery. Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race. Philadelphia: Grants, Faires & Rodger, 1875.

Saye, Albert B. A Constitutional History of Georgia, 1732-1945. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2010.

Stabler, Esther B., "Triadelphia: Forgotten Maryland Town," Maryland Historical Magazine 43, no. 2 (1948), 108-120.

"Three Isaac Briggs Letters." The Georgia Historical Quarterly 12, no. 2 (1928): 177-184.

U.S. 10th Congress, 1807-1809, House, Documents Accompanying the Bill for the Relief of Isaac Briggs, Jan. 23, 1809.

Watson, Robert W., White House Studies Compendium. Volume V. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Publishers, 2007.
Newspaper Records:

"Philadelphia, July 9th." The North American Intelligencer, July 9, 1783. 

[No Headline]. The North American Intelligencer, July 12, 1786.

"A List of Defaulters in Camden County, together with the Amount of their Lands, as far as appears." Georgia Gazette, July 9, 1789.

"American Philosophical Society." Philadelphia Gazette, January 21, 1796. 

"Address from the American Board of Agriculture to the Citizens of the United States." National Intelligencer, February 22, 1803.

"The American Board of Agriculture."  The Alexandria Expositor, February 28, 1803. 

"Appointments." Oracle Post, March 13, 1804. 

[No Headline]. Morning Chronicle, November 3, 1804. 

"Burr's Prosecution." Hampshire Federalist, October 29, 1807. 

"Trial of Aaron Burr." Green Mountain Palladium, November 9, 1807. 

[No Headline]. New York Spectator, May 12 1810. 

[No Headline]. Essex Register, February 10, 1816. 

"Home Manufactures." The Columbian, March 21, 1816. 

"On the New Tariff, etc." The Columbian, March 30, 1816.

"From the Delaware Watchmen." Weekly Aurora, February 24, 1817.

[No Headline].  American Beacon, April 16, 1819. 

"Isaac Briggs." Richmond Enquirer, January 13, 1825. 

"One hundred years." Augusta Chronicle, June 30, 1883.
Other Sources:

Isaac Briggs, et. al. Briggs-Stabler Papers, 1793-1910. Maryland Historical Society, MS 147.

The James Madison Papers, 1723-1836, The Library of Congress, Manuscript Division.

The Thomas Jefferson Papers, 1606-1827, The Library of Congress, Manuscript Division.

A New Nation Votes: American Election Returns 1787-1825, Tufts University.

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