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Varia re: Negro Slaves [112 W0-Z1]. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
40061
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 01/01/1830-12/31/1864 (Creation)

Notes

  • Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

    BATEY, JESSE-POWER OF ATTY-(1838): Manuscript

    DUTTON, (JUDGE) JOHN-OPINION-(1838): Manuscript

    MULLEDY, (SJ) THOMAS F.-AGREEMENT W/ J. BATEY/H. JOHNSON: Manuscript

    NEGROES [SLAVES]-DEFENSE OF SLAVERY-(1838): Manuscript

    JOHNSON, HENRY J.-AGREEMENT W/ THOMAS F. MULLEDY (SJ): Manuscript

    NEGROES [SLAVES]-LIST OF VALUE-(1838): Manuscript

    JOHNSON, HENRY J.-CORRESP.-(1838): Manuscript

    BATEY, JESSE-AGREEMENT W/ THOMAS F. MULLEDY (SJ): Manuscript

    BATEY, JESSE-CORRESP. (1838): Manuscript

    BOYD, L.-CORRESP.: Manuscript

    LANCASTER, (SJ) C.C.-CORRESP.: Manuscript

    HUGHES, R.D.-CORRESP.-(1864): Manuscript

    MOBBLEY, J.P.-CORRESP.: Manuscript

    SPALDING, (ABP) MARTIN J.-CORRESP.-(1830): Manuscript

    MCSHERRY, (SJ) WILLIAM-CORRESP.: Manuscript

    SLAVES-DEFENSE OF SLAVERY-(1838): Manuscript

    SLAVES-LIST OF VALUE-(1838): Manuscript

  • Shelf Location

    VAULT

  • Container Summary

    This folder [112 W0-Z1] consists essentially of documents pertaining to the sale of Negro slaves. Items include the following: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (112 W0): List of slaves on each estate to be sold]; Letter (May 23, 1838) of Henry Johnson to William McSherry, S.J.; Articles of Agreement (1838) between Thomas Mulledy, S.J., and Jesse Batey & Henry Johnson; Letter (June 27, 1838) of Jesse Batey to William McSherry; List concerns value of Negro slaves (1838); Power of attorney (1838) from Jesse Batey to Henry Johnson; Opinion (1838) of Judge John Dutton; Paper (1838) documents sale of 56 Negro slaves; Paper (1838) documents sale of 64 Negro slaves; Paper (1838) documents sale of 84 Negro slaves; List of documents pertaining to slave sales; Letter (Mar. 21, 1830) from Bishop Martin J. Spalding; Letters (185?/1864) from L. Boyd to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (July 20, 1864) from R.D. Hughes to C.C. Lancaster; Letter (No date) of J.P. Mobbley refers to author's treatise defending the legality of slavery.

Instances

  • Type
    Mixed Materials
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    40
    Container 2 Type
    Folder
    Container 2 Indicator
    10

Components