Bills of sale; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Two-page bill of sale between the Smith Heirs, Ephraim H. Smith, John G. Smith, W. T. Smith, William Smith, Sarah S. Smith, and John Logan and his wife S. F. Logan regarding the slave girl named Sarah, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Two-page deed of mortgage between William Warren and Sarah Elder, including the slave man Isaac, the slave woman Matilda, the slave boy Nelson, the slave boy Henry, the slave woman Philis, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Merchant ships--United States; Merchant mariners--Salaries, etc.
Request for advanced wages for Samuel Scranton to be paid to Sarah Jones by Samuel and William Vernon in Newport, Rhode Island. In turn, Scranton promises to contine work aboard the Othello until the debt is settled.
Depositions--Virginia; Trials (Assault and battery)--Virginia; Indians of North America--Virginia
Deposition regarding the case of Benjamin Tucker, charged with "trespass, assault, & battery and false imprisonment" of "Indians" Phillis, Phebe, Eaton, Patt, and Sarah. The testimony, signed by Walker Crutchfield, Clerk of Petersburg District...
Two-page letter sent from New York City by Gerrit Smith to Angelina and Sarah Grimke of Philadelphia to give his regrets for not being able to visit or attend the wedding of Angelina Grimke and Theodore Dwight Weld, due to his poor health.
Ship "manifest of the cargo on board" the Schooner Brandy Wine of Snow Hill from the port of Snow Hill to Alexandria [D.C.]. Includes names of ship's Master Samuel J. Smith, shippers John Sanders and James Carsen, and collector Edward Green. Lists...
Four-page letter from Theodore D. Weld to his sister [probably Sarah Grimke] regarding the advisory contents of his previous letter, also dated September 6, 1837. Addressed to both Sarah and Angelina Grimke in Boston [Massachussets].
Postal data: posted, postmarked ([indiscernible] 4 P. M.? 1908, N.Y.), stamp; Postcard type: undivided; Logo (POST CARD) in stylized lettering; No message; Addressee: (Mrs. Sarah Faatz, 7-1st Ave, Auburn, N.Y.).
Two-page letter dated June 21, 1854, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, notifying of the travels of Mrs. Hoyt and Sarah Hoyt, and also giving some abolitionist news. At end, Spooner mentions that, "my lady...
Two-page letter dated April 21, 1855, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, discussing the completion of his newest book [probably on intellectual property law] and giving news of Sarah Hoyt moving to Wisconsin.