John Meredith Read Papers

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John Meredith Read papers
Creator: Read, John Meredith, 1837-1896
Call Number: A.R28
Dates: circa 1870-1907
Physical Description: 13 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Series I: Greece Under King George
Subseries I: Typewritten extracts from numbered notebooks
Subseries II: Handwritten notebooks
Series II: Miscellaneous typewritten manuscripts
Series III: Handwritten notebooks
Series IV: Notebooks, sketchbooks, and scrapbooks
Collection Overview
Title: John Meredith Read papers
Creator: Read, John Meredith, 1837-1896
Call Number: A.R28
Dates: circa 1870-1907
Physical Description: 13 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
John Meredith Read, Jr. was born in Philadelphia on February 21, 1837. The Read family was prominent in American political life; Read's great-grandfather George Read signed the Declaration of Independence and was a framer of the Constitution; his father, John Meredith Read, Sr., was a prominent Pennsylvania jurist who was outspoken on the "Free Kansas" issue and was later appointed Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Read was educated at a military school, followed by college education at Brown University and Albany (New York) Law School, from which he graduated in 1859. That year he was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar and married Delphine Marie Pumpelly.

Read was an active supporter of Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party in the elections of 1860. As a reward, he was promoted to brigadier-general (the youngest man ever to hold this rank) and made adjutant-general of New York State, directing military affairs there during the Civil War with great success, eventually receiving official recognition from the War Department. His support of the Republican party continued through the Civil War, and he was active in General Ulysses S. Grant's campaign for President in 1868. His reward for service this time was to be appointed consul-general to France and Algeria in 1869. During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871), Read acted as the representative for the German government, protecting German interests and citizens until the Germans re-established diplomatic relations in 1872; for this, the Kaiser eventually tried to confer a knighthood on Read, but Congress never passed the resolution that would have allowed this. Read also looked after American and French interests during the Paris Commune uprising and the second siege of Paris. The French held him in such high esteem that in 1872 the Minister of War appointed him president of a commission to determine whether French troops should be taught English.

Recognizing Read's talents in the diplomatic service, Grant appointed him the first resident minister to Greece in 1873. Once again, his term of office was marked with diplomatic successes. One of his first accomplishments was to gain the release of the American ship Armenia from Greek authorities. In 1876, he compelled the Greek government to revoke an order banning sales of English translations of the Bible. In 1877, he notified the U.S. press that the Russo-Turkish War was disrupting Russia's wheat exports to Europe and that U.S. exports to Europe at that time might capture the market. The resulting grain exports to Europe netted U.S. businessmen $73 million. As minister, he was also responsible for protecting American interests and citizens during the Balkan crisis and War of 1875-1878.

Although Read was acclaimed both in Greece and America for his skillful diplomacy, Congress soon reduced the appropriations for Read's office during the financial slump of the late 1870's. He was reduced to the rank of chargé d'affaires in 1876, and the funding for the legation was cut off completely in 1878. As the Greek crisis with Turkey was at its height (and the Berlin Conference, which was to settle the issue, was still in the planning stages), Read, with the backing of the State Department, the Greek Prime Minister and King George I of Greece, declined to close the mission and remained in Greece at his own expense until 1880, at which time he retired. In 1881, King George made him a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer, the highest award the Greek government could bestow. He was also a member and later President of the Archaeological Society of Athens.

Read gained a reputation during his life as a scholar and historian. His best known work is A Historical Inquiry Concerning Henry Hudson (1866), which made new discoveries concerning the explorer's ancestors and antecedents; he was also the author of The Relation of Soil to Plants and Animals (1860), "First Annual Discourse before the Delaware Historical Society" (1864) and "A Letter in Greek and English addressed to the Archaeological Society of Greece upon the Death of the 5th Earl Stanhope, the Historian of the Reign of Queen Anne" (1875). Read spent his final years in Paris editing his collection of historical manuscripts relating to France, England, America and Greece; he also spent time preparing these manuscripts, as well as his various memoirs and letters, for publication. Read died in Paris on December 27, 1896. His final work, Historic Studies in Vaud, Bern and Savoy; from Roman Times to Voltaire, Rousseau and Gibbon appeared posthumously in 1897.

Scope and Content
The collection consists primarily of documents relating to the latter half of Read's career, specifically to his posting in Greece. These documents were transcribed into a series of typewritten folios with the intention of being published as a book, tentatively titled Impressions of Greece Under King George, 1873-1882. The transcriptions include extensive notes on historical and travel works by other authors, Read's correspondence, Read's general impressions of Greece and commentary on Greek life. These transcriptions were presumably made around the time of Read's death; many have handwritten corrections and additions. There is also a series of handwritten notebooks from which some of the material was transcribed, although many of the original notebooks are not in the collection and may no longer exist. In addition to the Greek material, there are also typewritten manuscripts covering topics such as Read's experience during the sieges of Paris; travel memoirs of England, France and Cuba; and autobiographical sketches. Some miscellaneous handwritten notebooks are in the collection which are preliminary notes and collections of sources for Historic Studies in Vaud, Bern and Savoy. Finally, there is a series of notebooks, scrapbooks and sketchbooks belonging to Read, Read's eldest son Harmon Pumpelly Read, Harmon Read's wife (Marguerite de Carron d'Allondans) and a relative of Mrs. Read's (Louise Carron), as well as some notebooks that may belong to John Meredith Read, Sr. The titles and descriptions of the contents in the collection are taken directly from the papers themselves when possible, although they have been expanded where necessary to assist the researcher. Most of the documents are in English, with some in French.

Subject(s):
Greece
Correspondence
Scrapbooks
Photographs
Read, John Meredith, 1837-1896
George I, King of the Hellenes, 1845-1913
Diplomats
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased at the City Book Auction, New York, February 23, 1942.Access
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Administrative Information
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Content List
Series I: Greece Under King George
Subseries I: Typewritten extracts from numbered notebooks
Box 1, Folder 1Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire: Extracts from notebooks 2, 19, 43
Box 1, Folder 2Athens, April 24-July 27, 1875. Ministerial crisis: Governmental doings; Social notes: Extracts from notebooks 5, 29, 41
Box 1, Folder 3Excursions about Athens; notes for letter concerning Philip, 5th Earl of Stanhope, President of the Antiquaries of London: Extracts from notebooks 7, 33
Box 1, Folder 4Notes about Mr. Bulgaris (Prime Minister), the Soutzo Family, and M. Littra (an artist); miscellaneous notes: Extracts from notebooks 7, 33
Box 1, Folder 5Extracts from "Voyage dans la Grèce"; The Argolides; Mistra and Argos. Also clippings on "Saronic Gulf" and "Tiryns" by E.A. Freeman Esq.: Extracts from notebooks 6, 8, 46
Box 1, Folder 6Notes upon George Finlay Esqre, the distinguished historian of Greece. Also copy of manuscript page with Finlay's bookplate and facsimile signature: Extracts from notebook 10
Box 1, Folder 7Aegina (General Meredith Read's visit to Aegina; Mr. Cochrane's visit to Aegina); Psyttalea; Voyage from Brindisi to the Piraeus in 1875: Extracts from notebooks 7, 11.
Box 1, Folder 8Note-book commenced at Athens. Feb. 8, 1876: Extracts from notebook 13
Box 1, Folder 9Corfu: Parts I, II, and III. (3 folios): Extracts from notebooks 17, 18, 45
Box 1, Folder 10Short extracts from books upon Greece and the Orient: Extracts from notebook 20
Box 1, Folder 11The Phanariote quarter at Constantinople and the History of the Phanariotes: Extracts from notebook 26
Box 1, Folder 12Mr. Rawdon Brown [antiquary and archeologist] at Venice: Extracts from notebook 27
Box 1, Folder 13Doctor J.F. Julius Schmidt, Esq. [Director of the Observatory at Athens]; some meteorological observations: Extracts from notebooks 28, 47
Box 1, Folder 14Miscellaneous notes on People and Things, made at Athens, July-Sept. 1876: Extracts from notebook 31
Box 1, Folder 15People encountered during residence at Athens. Parts I and II: Extracts from notebooks 36, 37, 38
Box 1, Folder 16Judges; Lawyers' fees; Doctor's fees: Extracts from notebook 40
Box 1, Folder 17Titles of publications to be purchased in London. [July 1876]: Extracts from notebooks 41, 53
Box 1, Folder 18Servants in Greece: Extracts from notebook 42
Box 1, Folder 19Ancient Greece and Greek literature; extracts from a memoir of Sir Those. Wyse and Miss Wyse, 1854: Extracts from notebooks 13, 43
Box 2, Folder 1Excursions about Athens. Part II: Extracts from notebook 53
Box 2, Folder 2Megara: Extracts from notebook 54
Box 2, Folder 3The Acropolis and the Parthenon: Extracts from notebook 58
Box 2, Folder 4An archaeological expedition to Nauplia; extracts from Herodotus on Nauplia: Extracts from notebook 63
Box 2, Folder 5Concerning discovery of arms of Venus de Milo: Extracts from notebook 95
Box 2, Folder 6Social notes: April 10-June 29, 1877: Extracts from notebook 101
Box 2, Folder 7An archaeological expedition to the Argolide, Or A mediaeval glimpse at Nauplia and Greece at large. Parts I, II, and III: Extracts from notebook 102
Box 2, Folder 8People encountered during residence at Athens: Extracts from notebook 109
Box 2, Folder 9Cannes to Athens and return, May 1879. A series of telegraphs, letters, bills, etc.
Box 2, Folder 10Greek prisons
Box 2, Folder 11La Duchesse de Plaisance: Extracts from notebooks 9, 30, 36, 46, 58
Box 2, Folder 12Invitations and receptions at Athens
Box 2, Folder 13List of books purchased by General Read at Athens: Extracts from notebooks 1, 11, 12, 53
Box 2, Folder 14Miscellaneous
Box 2, Folder 15Observations on Athens ancient and modern and the price of land in and about Athens: Extracts from notebooks 29, 32
Box 2, Folder 16Tables of contents of note books unprinted. Extracts from notebook 58. The Acropolis and the Parthenon: Extracts from notebook 48
Box 2, Folder 17Tables of contents of several note books
Box 2, Folder 18Newspaper clipping and engraving of the wedding of the Crown Prince of Greece and Princess Sophie of Prussia. From The Queen, The Lady's Newspaper, November 23, 1889
Subseries II: Handwritten notebooks
Box 7, Folder 1Description of Athens in the summer. Chapters I and II: Notebook 25
Box 7, Folder 1Greece, etc. July 22-Sept. 11, 1876: Notebook 31
Box 7, Folder 2Correspondence concerning General Read's discovery of the authorship of a couplet quoted by Lord Macaulay in his Journal of Feb. 15, 1851: Notebook 49
Box 7, Folder 2Extracted from the Mémoires D'Archeology et d'Histoire par George Perrot. Paris 1875: Notebook 70
Notes concerning the popular superstitions of the Modern Greeks. Vol. A.

Box 7, Folder 3Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Vol. I.: Notebook 47
Box 7, Folder 4Greece. Monasteries and the Census of 187[2?]: Notebook 56
Box 7, Folder 5Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Vol. II.: Notebook 57
Box 7, Folder 6Alphabetical note book No. 2 upon Greece commenced at Athens Apr. 15, 1876.: Notebook 59
Box 7, Folder 7Extracted from the Mémoires D'Archeology et d'Histoire par George Perrot. Paris 1875: Notebook 71
Notes concerning the commerce of silver at Athens. Vol. B.

Box 7, Folder 8Extracted from the Mémoires D'Archeology et d'Histoire par George Perrot. Paris 1875: Notebook 72
Notes concerning the commerce of silver at Athens. Vol. C.

Box 7A, Folder 1Extracts from Das Griechische Volk by Georg Ludw. von Maurer: Notebook 64
1st Vol. Translated into Greek. Monasteries in Greece

Box 7A, Folder 2Untitled. [Extracts from books on Greek history.]: Notebook 68
Box 7A, Folder 3Notes extracted from De l'Etat Actuel de la Grèce et des Moyens d'arriver à sa Restauration par Frederic Thiersch. Vol. 1: Notebook 73
Box 7A, Folder 3Notes extracted from De l'Etat Actuel de la Grèce et des Moyens d'arriver à sa Restauration par Frederic Thiersch. Vol. 2.: Notebook 73
Box 7A, Folder 4Notes extracted from De l'Etat Actuel de la Grèce et des Moyens d'arriver à sa Restauration par Frederic Thiersch. Vol. 3: Notebook 75
Box 7A, Folder 4Notes extracted from De l'Etat Actuel de la Grèce et des Moyens d'arriver à sa Restauration par Frederic Thiersch. Vol. 4: Notebook 76
Box 7A, Folder 5Extracts from Chateaubriand's Itineraire de Paris à Jerusalem. Relating to Greece and Athens. Vol I: Notebook 77
Box 7A, Folder 5Extracts from Chateaubriand's Itineraire de Paris à Jerusalem. Relating to Greece and Athens. Vol II: Notebook 78
Box 7A, Folder 6Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Vol. III: Notebook 79
Box 7A, Folder 6Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Cicero's connection with Athens. Vol. IV: Notebook 80
Box 7B, Folder 1Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Cicero's connection with Athens. Vol. V: Notebook 81
Box 7B, Folder 1Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Extracts from Athenes Ancienne et Noubell par le Sr. de la Guilletiere. Athens in April, 1669. Vol. VI: Notebook 83
Box 7B, Folder 2Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Extracts from Athenes Ancienne et Noubell par le Sr. de la Guilletiere. Athens in April, 1669. Vol. VII: Notebook 84
Box 7B, Folder 2Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Notes from Mr. Finlay's copy of Boeckh's Public economy of (ancient) Athens: Notebook 85
Box 7B, Folder 3Notes on Venus de Milo. Athens, 1877: Notebook 96
Box 8, Folder 1Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Notes from Strong's Greece as a Kingdom. 1842: Notebook 86
Box 8, Folder 1Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Notes from A picturesque tour through part of Europe, Asia and Africa by James Stuart Esq.: Notebook 87
Box 8, Folder 2Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Notes from A picturesque tour through part of Europe, Asia and Africa by James Stuart Esq. Vol. XII: Notebook 88
Box 8, Folder 2Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. An Ancient Athenian passeport or Sauf-conduit. Being historical observations upon a Bronze Plate which appears to have come from Athens, by M. Egger. Vol. XIII: Notebook 89
Box 8, Folder 3Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Notes from "Ten days in Athens" with "Notes by the way" and "Summer of 1861" by Dr. Corrigan. Vol. XIV: Notebook 90
Box 8, Folder 3Notes concerning Greece and especially Athens. Extracts from Les oeuvres complètes de Ciceron. "Etude sur sa vie et ses ouvrages" par M. Charpentier... Paris 1870. Vol. I. Vol. XV: Notebook 91
Box 8, Folder 4Extracts on Ambelokipos and the Monastery of Hagios Assomatos, Athens 1877: Notebook 92
Box 8, Folder 4Extracts on Mount Pentelicus and the Monastery of Penteli, Athens 1877: Notebook 93
Box 8, Folder 5Extracts on Kephissia and Herodes Atticus also on Chalandri, the birthplace of Pericles, Athens 1877: Notebook 94
Box 8, Folder 5Extracts from La Venus de Milo, recherches sur l'histoire de la découverte, d'après des documents inédits par Jean Aicard, Paris 1874: Notebook 97
Box 9, Folder 1The Venus de Milo: Notebook 98
Box 9, Folder 2Fragmente aus den Orient von Dr. Jakob Ph. Fallmeyer: Notebook 99
Box 9, Folder 3Athens, Attica and Greece by General Read: Notebook 104
Box 9, Folder 4Dr. Schliemann. Letter to the Times: Notebook 105
Box 9, Folder 5Hopf: Glance at the Internal condition of Greece during the Frankish and Turkish Domination, 1204-1821: Notebook 107
Box 9, Folder 6The Phanariotes: Extracts translated from the History Of the Greek Nation by C. Paparrigopoulos. Vol. II: Unnumbered notebook
Box 9, Folder 7Greece Under King George miscellaneous manuscripts
Notes, translated from the German, of Handbuch für "Reisende in Griechland" von Dr. Joh Ferd. Neigebaur, et.al.
Condition of the city of Athens from is submission under Roman rule to the end of the Ottoman Empire by Denis Sourmelis. Literally translated from the Greek.
"The Grand Duke Alexis of Russia in Greece". Oct. 1875.
Box 9, Folder 8Genealogical chart and family pictures
See Box 4, Folder 4 for details

Residence of George Read, Jr. New Castle [Del.] A.D. 1802.
General John Meredith Read Jr.
The Honorable John Read, 1769-1854.
William Read Esqre
Series II: Miscellaneous typewritten manuscripts
Box 3, Folder 1Cuba; Note on Mr. [William Hood] Stewart; Home of Jefferson; Arrival at Washington; Mr. Charles Sumner; Mr. [Edward] Everett; President Polk.
Box 3, Folder 2England; Mr. John Forster; America; The Corbin family
Box 3, Folder 3General Meredith Read's English Recollections. Also, several press clippings and transcriptions, including clippings of "Queen Elizabeth at Hatfield" (MacMillian's Magazine, March and April 1882; in 2 parts) and "James and John Stuart Mill" (MacMillian's Magazine, April 1882).
Box 3, Folder 4General William Ayrault Jackson; General Chester Alan Arthur; General Benjamin Welch; General M.R. Patrick.
Box 3, Folder 5Here and There. France
Box 3, Folder 6Here and There. Lord Lytton
Box 3, Folder 7His Excellency Theodore P. Delyani's conversation with General Meredith Read. [July 18 20, 1889. Delyani was a former Greek Prime Minister.]
Box 3, Folder 8Impressions of Paris and France Before, During and After the German Siege and the Commune. [1889] Various recollections and memoirs
Duc de Noailles; Marquis de Moustier
Reception at the German Embassy, 6th June 1890
Note on Dinner at the Palais Bourbon, 16th June 1890
Autumn Days in Burgundy
Box 3, Folder 9His Majesty, George I, the King of the Helenes
2 copies

Box 4, Folder 1Luzerne, N.Y.; Madame de Saint-ours
Box 4, Folder 2Notes made by General Meredith Read in Switzerland, 1879: Notebooks I-XI, XIII, XIV.
Box 4, Folder 3Subjects for dictation, selected by General Meredith Read from Press-Copy Letter Books
Box 4, Folder 4Biographical notes on the life of General Meredith Read
Also includes "Chart Showing the Descent of the Family of General John Meredith Read from the Mayflower Families of Cushman, Allerton, Warren, Bradford and Cook, and from the Early New England Families of Waterman, Freeman and Marshall" (Prepared by Major Harmon Pumpelly Read, 1907)

Box 4, Folder 5Typewritten copies of correspondence of General Read with distinguished people: Americans.
U.S. Grant
General William Tecumseh Sherman
Hon. Edwards-Pierrepont
Hon. James Lorimer Graham
Box 4, Folder 6Typewritten copies of correspondence of General Read with distinguished people: English.
Lord Amherst
P.F. Campbell-Johnston
Duke of St. Albans
Rt. Hon. Lord Arhlumney
Sir Bernard Burke
Lord Lyons
Lord Tenterden
A.A.B. Beresford Hope
Lord Beaconsfield
Duchess of Cleveland
John Walter
Lord Northbrook
Sir Theodore Martin
Col. A. Moncrieff
C.I. Hernans
Box 4, Folder 7Typewritten copies of correspondence of General Read with distinguished people: French
Monsieur Thiers and Madame Thiers
M. Joseph Arnaud de L'Ariege
León Gambetta
M. Leon Say
Monsieur Guizot
M. Michel Chevalier
M. Arsene Houssaye
Monsieur Jules Grevy
M. le General de Ladmirault
Monsieur Berryer
Monsieur et Madame de Parieu
M. Rosseeau de Saint-Hilaire
M. Le Vicomte Napoleon Duchatel
M. de Quatrefages
S.E. J.C. Kern
Baron de Zuylen de Nyevelt
Son Excellence Monsieur Okouneff
M. Martin Costier
Le Chevalier Nigra
S.S. Mr. le Ministre de S.M.I. le Schah de Perse
Box 4, Folder 8Typewritten copies of correspondence of General Read to distinguished people
Dr. Storer
Lady Bure
Edmund Blount
Francis P. Corbin
John Forster, Lord Lilford
Box 4, Folder 9Correspondence with General Simon Cameron
Box 4, Folder 10Correspondence with Lord Lady Salisbury; Lords Lytton and Wantage
Box 4, Folder 11Correspondence from Mme. La Comtesse Charles de Remusat, Le Comte Charles de Remusat et Le Comte Paul de Remusat
Box 4, Folder 12Royal letters
Consists mostly of letters from the Prince and Princess of Wales and members of their household

Box 4, Folder 13Private letters of General Read. Athens, 1876
2 Volumes

Series III: Handwritten notebooks
Notes for Historic Studies in Vaud, Berne and Savoy

Box 5, Folder 1Correspondances adressées à Mr. et à Mme. Loys de Bochat: Notebook 10
Box 5, Folder 2Lausanne. La Grotte: Notebook 28
Box 5, Folder 3Papiers concernant Gibbon de 1793 à 1794: Notebook 40
Box 5, Folder 4Georges D'Eyverdun de 1753 à 17...: Notebook 45
Box 5, Folder 5Evian les-Bains: Notebook 52
Box 5, Folder 6Evian les-Bains: Notebook 53
Box 5, Folder 7Typewritten notes in French: Notice historique sur la Famille de Charrière par M. Godefroi de Charrière.
Series IV: Notebooks, sketchbooks, and scrapbooks
Box 6, Folder 1Private note book belonging to Harmon P. Read
Box 6, Folder 2Notebook and exercise-book of Mrs. Harmon P. Read
Box 6, Folder 3Sketchbook (gray cloth cover)
Box 6, Folder 4Sketchbook (black cover)
Box 6, Folder 5Exercise books belonging to Louise Carron (blue cover and brown cover)
2 Volumes

Box 6, Folder 6Exercise books belonging to Louise Carron (purple covers)
2 Volumes

Box 6, Folder 7Exercise books belonging to Louise Carron (red cover and blue cover)
2 Volumes

Box 6, Folder 8Notebook: Collection de documents de Monsieur Ernest Chavannes
Box 10, Folder 1[Notebook] no. 4. J.M. Read [Sr.?], October 17, 1856
Box 10, Folder 2Notebooks of John Meredith Read Sr. [?]
2 Volumes

Box 10, Folder 3"French Country Life" by [H.P. Read?], 1901
Handwritten, with typewritten copy

Box 10, Folder 4Notebook with bibliography; List of art and of Cathedrals; Cyclopaedia- Dictionary
Box 10, Folder 5American alphabetical [address] list
Box 10, Folder 6European alphabetical [address] list
Box 11, Folder 1Harmond P. Read
Scrapbook

Box 11, Folder 2Notes on General Read and his friends
Scrapbook

Box 11, Folder 3Scrapbook of newspaper clippings


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