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    John Dawson

    Letter, n.d., of John Dawson, of Richmond, Va., to Larkin Stanard, of Fredericksburg, Va., concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Augusta County, Va., Letter

    Dawson requests Stanard to send two African-American slaves, Sal and Sam, to Augusta County, Va., with Abraham Lymon, who is taking other slaves to Augusta to be sold.

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    Sal

    Letter, n.d., of John Dawson, of Richmond, Va., to Larkin Stanard, of Fredericksburg, Va., concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Augusta County, Va., Letter

    Dawson requests Stanard to send two African-American slaves, Sal and Sam, to Augusta County, Va., with Abraham Lymon, who is taking other slaves to Augusta to be sold.

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    Sam

    Letter, n.d., of John Dawson, of Richmond, Va., to Larkin Stanard, of Fredericksburg, Va., concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Augusta County, Va., Letter

    Dawson requests Stanard to send two African-American slaves, Sal and Sam, to Augusta County, Va., with Abraham Lymon, who is taking other slaves to Augusta to be sold.

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    Pompey

    Letter, 1737, of William Beverley to William Fairfax reporting on the boundary commissioners of the Northern Neck Proprietary and salmon being delivered to Fairfax by Pompey, an African-American slave., Letter, 01/20/1737

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    William Beverley

    Letter, 1737, of William Beverley to William Fairfax reporting on the boundary commissioners of the Northern Neck Proprietary and salmon being delivered to Fairfax by Pompey, an African-American slave., Letter, 01/20/1737

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    Charles Carter

    Letter, 1745, to Charles Carter (King George County, Va.) concerning an African-American slave, Beck, and her family., Letter, 02/04/1745

    The author of the letter, Francis Willis, requests to hire Beck's husband to prevent the family, which consists of several children, from being seperated.

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    Beck

    Letter, 1745, to Charles Carter (King George County, Va.) concerning an African-American slave, Beck, and her family., Letter, 02/04/1745

    The author of the letter, Francis Willis, requests to hire Beck's husband to prevent the family, which consists of several children, from being seperated.

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    Beck's Husband

    Letter, 1745, to Charles Carter (King George County, Va.) concerning an African-American slave, Beck, and her family., Letter, 02/04/1745

    The author of the letter, Francis Willis, requests to hire Beck's husband to prevent the family, which consists of several children, from being seperated.

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    Henry Tucker

    Letter, 1763, of Archibald Campbell, Norfolk, [Va.], to Henry Tucker, Philadelphia, [Pa.] , Letter, 05/12/1763

    Concerns the conviction and death of slave Charles for "breaking upon a store."

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    Charles

    Letter, 1763, of Archibald Campbell, Norfolk, [Va.], to Henry Tucker, Philadelphia, [Pa.] , Letter, 05/12/1763

    Concerns the conviction and death of slave Charles for "breaking upon a store."

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    Sarah

    Letter, 1765, to Paul Miller, concerning the transportation of an African American slave, Sarah., Letter, 04/19/1765

    Written in New York City to Paul Miller of Pensacola, Fla., and Mobile, Ala., concerning a bill of lading and arrangements for sale of Sarah.

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    Mrs. Longada

    Letter, 1765, to Paul Miller, concerning the transportation of an African American slave, Sarah., Letter, 04/19/1765

    Written in New York City to Paul Miller of Pensacola, Fla., and Mobile, Ala., concerning a bill of lading and arrangements for sale of Sarah.

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    Theodorick Bland

    Letter, [1784?] , of Theodorick Bland (1708-1784) "Springfield," [Amelia County, Va.] to Theodorick Bland (1742-1790) "Causons," [Prince George County, Va.]. , Letter, c. 04/28/1784

    Concerns the use of African-American slaves as blacksmiths, and the fashioning of iron tools for use at "Cawsons".

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    George

    Letter, [1784?] , of Theodorick Bland (1708-1784) "Springfield," [Amelia County, Va.] to Theodorick Bland (1742-1790) "Causons," [Prince George County, Va.]. , Letter, c. 04/28/1784

    Concerns the use of African-American slaves as blacksmiths, and the fashioning of iron tools for use at "Cawsons".

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    Will

    Letter, [1784?] , of Theodorick Bland (1708-1784) "Springfield," [Amelia County, Va.] to Theodorick Bland (1742-1790) "Causons," [Prince George County, Va.]. , Letter, c. 04/28/1784

    Concerns the use of African-American slaves as blacksmiths, and the fashioning of iron tools for use at "Cawsons".

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    Esther

    Letter, 1789, of Neill Buchanan to Dr. Wilson, of Petersburg, Va., concerning the sale of an African American slave, Esther., Letter, 05/10/1789

    Concerns the misunderstanding of the sale of Esther, who was sold but intended to be a gift to another. Buchanan states that he will not interfere should there be a chancery suit to set matters straight.

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    Robert Wellford

    Letter, 1794, of Robert Wellford, of Fredericksburg, Va., to John Spotswood, of "Orange Grove," Orange County, Va., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/24/1794

    Concerning, in part, hiring contracts for Jack and Bob and the need for Isaac's services on Wellford's plantation.

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    Jack

    Letter, 1794, of Robert Wellford, of Fredericksburg, Va., to John Spotswood, of "Orange Grove," Orange County, Va., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/24/1794

    Concerning, in part, hiring contracts for Jack and Bob and the need for Isaac's services on Wellford's plantation.

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    Bob

    Letter, 1794, of Robert Wellford, of Fredericksburg, Va., to John Spotswood, of "Orange Grove," Orange County, Va., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/24/1794

    Concerning, in part, hiring contracts for Jack and Bob and the need for Isaac's services on Wellford's plantation.

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    Isaac

    Letter, 1794, of Robert Wellford, of Fredericksburg, Va., to John Spotswood, of "Orange Grove," Orange County, Va., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/24/1794

    Concerning, in part, hiring contracts for Jack and Bob and the need for Isaac's services on Wellford's plantation.

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    William Branch Giles

    Letter, 1796, of Julius Burbidge Dandridge, Richmond, [Va.], to William B[ranch] Giles, Philadelphia, [Pa.] , Letter, 04/08/1796

    Concerns Amos, an African American slave, who has been hired to Major Watts. Major Watts wishes to buy Amos, but Amos does not want to be sold to Watts.

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    Major Watts

    Letter, 1796, of Julius Burbidge Dandridge, Richmond, [Va.], to William B[ranch] Giles, Philadelphia, [Pa.] , Letter, 04/08/1796

    Concerns Amos, an African American slave, who has been hired to Major Watts. Major Watts wishes to buy Amos, but Amos does not want to be sold to Watts.

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    Amos

    Letter, 1796, of Julius Burbidge Dandridge, Richmond, [Va.], to William B[ranch] Giles, Philadelphia, [Pa.] , Letter, 04/08/1796

    Concerns Amos, an African American slave, who has been hired to Major Watts. Major Watts wishes to buy Amos, but Amos does not want to be sold to Watts.

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    Colia

    Letter, 1802, of Carter Berkeley to Charles Carter of Shirley Plantation, Charles City County, relating the slaves' displeasure with the supply of meat provided for them and Colia, an African-American slave., Letter, 10/19/1802

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    Charles Carter

    Letter, 1802, of Carter Berkeley to Charles Carter of Shirley Plantation, Charles City County, relating the slaves' displeasure with the supply of meat provided for them and Colia, an African-American slave., Letter, 10/19/1802

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