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    James Nicholson

    Notice, 1790, concerning a dispute in ownership of an African-American slave, Charles., Newspaper clipping, 1790

    As published in William Prentis's Virginia Gazette and Petersburg Intelligencer, no. 201 (8 July 1790). Full title of the society proclaimed to be "The Virginia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes or Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and Other Humane Purposes." The newspaper also contains an article relating an incident in Nottoway County, providing information on suspicious claims of ownership of a…

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    George Tennable

    Notice, 1790, concerning a dispute in ownership of an African-American slave, Charles., Newspaper clipping, 1790

    As published in William Prentis's Virginia Gazette and Petersburg Intelligencer, no. 201 (8 July 1790). Full title of the society proclaimed to be "The Virginia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes or Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and Other Humane Purposes." The newspaper also contains an article relating an incident in Nottoway County, providing information on suspicious claims of ownership of a…

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    John Royall

    Notice, 1790, concerning a dispute in ownership of an African-American slave, Charles., Newspaper clipping, 1790

    As published in William Prentis's Virginia Gazette and Petersburg Intelligencer, no. 201 (8 July 1790). Full title of the society proclaimed to be "The Virginia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes or Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and Other Humane Purposes." The newspaper also contains an article relating an incident in Nottoway County, providing information on suspicious claims of ownership of a…

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    Charles Sayer Bouth

    Notice, 1790, concerning a dispute in ownership of an African-American slave, Charles., Newspaper clipping, 1790

    As published in William Prentis's Virginia Gazette and Petersburg Intelligencer, no. 201 (8 July 1790). Full title of the society proclaimed to be "The Virginia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes or Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and Other Humane Purposes." The newspaper also contains an article relating an incident in Nottoway County, providing information on suspicious claims of ownership of a…

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    James Marley

    Notice, 1790, concerning a dispute in ownership of an African-American slave, Charles., Newspaper clipping, 1790

    As published in William Prentis's Virginia Gazette and Petersburg Intelligencer, no. 201 (8 July 1790). Full title of the society proclaimed to be "The Virginia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes or Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and Other Humane Purposes." The newspaper also contains an article relating an incident in Nottoway County, providing information on suspicious claims of ownership of a…

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    T. [ ]rdgrove

    Newspaper clipping, 1861, concerning an African-American slave, John. , Newspaper clipping, 01/29/1861

    John was charged and punished for theft of an overcoat.

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    John

    Newspaper clipping, 1861, concerning an African-American slave, John. , Newspaper clipping, 01/29/1861

    John was charged and punished for theft of an overcoat.

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    H. Homes

    Newspaper clipping, 1861, concerning an African-American slave, John, of Fredericksburg, Va., Newspaper clipping, 01/30/1861

    John was punished for assaulting a white citizen.

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    John

    Newspaper clipping, 1861, concerning an African-American slave, John, of Fredericksburg, Va., Newspaper clipping, 01/30/1861

    John was punished for assaulting a white citizen.

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    Len

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Bill

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Lila

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Unknown

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Unknown

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Unknown

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Margaret

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Ellen

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Elmore

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Luke

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Vienna

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Felicia

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Harriet

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Unknown

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Nathan

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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    Bella

    Sale, 1863, of African-American slaves at "Lower Market House." , Newspaper clipping

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