CAYLEY, GEORGE JOHN. [1844] A cultivated young gentleman, thought to have been English, who describes business and social life in Manhattan in the mid-nineteenth century. He lived as a ward of one “Mr. Goodhue” and was employed on Wall Street. He consorted with Van Rensselaers and DePeysters. His diaries are unpublished and may be found at the New-York Historical Society.

Diaries of New York: 1609 - 2009 by Teresa Carpenter

Diaries of New York