File 1948. - Articles of agreement William Knox of Slebech

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1948.

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Articles of agreement William Knox of Slebech

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  • 1785 (Creation)

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6 ff.

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Bloomsbury Book Auctions, Sale 15 June 2006 (Lot 88).

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Bernard Quaritch Ltd; London; Purchase; June 2006; 004453829.

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Articles of agreement (copy) between William Knox (Slebech), John Simpson and John Tunno, September 1785, for the purchase of one hundred negroes, mulattoes or other slaves at a price of £54 10s, sometime since in the State of Georgia, but lately removed to the Island of Jamaica, to be delivered to the agents of the purchasers in Charles Town, South Carolina by 1 May 1786.

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  • English

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English.

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Slebech estate papers, NLW.

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Endorsed: That the original was sent to Mr Knox at Slebech, Haverfordwest, 29 Nov. 1785; Booth.

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Enclosures: Modern typed description of contents.

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Preferred citation: NLW Deed 1948.

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vtls004453829

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: 1948.