Hall purchased the slaves, a woman named Amey and her two children, for $500. Alexander agrees to compensate Hall if the woman is found to have a venereal disease: "in case the said negroe woman Amey has the clap or pox as supposed, I will make up...
In the letter Flournoy says that he is no longer interested in maintaining a plantation, and he asks Hall to purchase some of his slaves: "Lawyers, doctors, & merchants should have nothing to do with plantations & negroes--Overseers are...
In the letter Charlotte discusses the sale and exchange of slaves from the estate of her grandfather Abner Crenshaw, of which Hall is executor: "I will take Harriet at the appraised...price. What did Dorcus & her family value at. if you please let...
In the letter Cherry discusses the estate of Abner Crenshaw of which Hall is executor. He is writing on behalf of his niece, Charlotte Cherry, granddaughter of Abner Crenshaw. A transcript is included.
In the letter Charlotte discusses the settlement of her grandfather's estate (Abner Crenshaw), over which Hall is executor ("Dr Reese told me that you & Uncle Walter had concluded to sell the negroes & everything else"); her plans to purchase one...
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