In the letter Gordon discusses a case involving Thomas Wiggins, an agent for Guilford Nicholson, and a slave girl who had been "under affiliction" with William Campbell. In a note at the bottom of the letter, Campbell mentions a payment he had made...
In the letter Stewart explains that he is trying to borrow money from the bank at Tuscaloosa, and he asks Dellet to recommend him for the loan. His describes his financial situation: "...I have negroes & land to the amount of 2 or 3000 dollars,...
Porter served in the Alabama House of Representatives from 1832 to 1834 and from 1837 to 1839. In the letter he describes events during the current session of congress, including the establishment of a bank in north Alabama; the repeal of a law...
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