Copley Press, Inc.
J. S. Copley Library
La Jolla, CA
1776, 1 page.
A receipt from William Floyd acknowledging $400.00 from Colonel Brasher and Thomas Palmer "on account of the sum due to me from the colony of New York."
1782, 1 page.
A receipt from William Floyd for 145 pounds for services by Major John Davis. The receipt was accepted and signed by Samuel Ellis on behalf of Major Davis's widow.
1801, 2 pages.
A letter from William Floyd to General John Smith written on February 8, 1801. William Floyd writes "I have my hopes that your house will not be so imprudent as to prevent us from having our President and Vice President..." William Floyd refers to the Federalist attempt to stall balloting between Jefferson and Burr and force a new election.
Library of Congress
In the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection, 1780, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to an unidentified recipient.
In the Henry A. Willard Papers, ca. 1743-1888, 0.8 linear foot.
Persons represented include William Floyd. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
1781, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to Jeremiah Wadsworth written on February 9, 1781. William Floyd Announces a victory of the U.S. troops in the southward.
1788, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to John Taylor written on February 23, 1788. William Floyd invites John Taylor to come to Poughkeepsie on business.
In the Ford Collection, 1796, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to Major General Lewis Morris written on January 2, 1796.
1809, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to George Brayton written on May 6, 1809. William Floyd writes concerning personal business.
New-York Historical Society
New York, NY
1816, 1 volume.
A daybook kept by an unidentified proprietor of a general store in Western, Oneida County, New York, May-December 1816. It includes numerous accounts with local residents, one of them being William Floyd, the signer of Declaration of Independence.
The Rosenbach Museum & Library
1777, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to Jonathan Trumbull written on June 2, 1777. William Floyd writes a letter of introduction for Abraham Woodhull of Suffolk County, who was apparently a relative of Major Nathaniel Woodhull, who had married William Floyd's sister, Ruth.
1780, 1 item.
A letter from William Floyd to Governor George Clinton written on January 28, 1780. William Floyd writes concerning supplies for the troops in New Jersey, Congress's establishment of a Court of Appeals in all cases of capture and its appointment of commissioners over the Staff department of the Army, a convention of delegates from most of the states to consider a regulation of prizes, and the severity of the winter weather.
1782, 1 page.
A letter from William Floyd to George Clinton written on December 7, 1782. William Floyd requests that Governor Clinton send money for his expenses as a delegate to the Continental Congress.
In the A.S.W. Rosenbach's Signers of the Declaration of Independence Autograph Collection, 1756-1818, 56 items.
Other authors include William Floyd.
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