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Sales of seventy five Negroes imported in the Othello George Dunbar Sweet Master on Account of Sam. & William Vernons Merchants Rhode Island
Series I: Samuel and William Vernon, 1756-1799
Subseries 2. Business Papers, 1756-1799
Sweet, George DunbarOthello (Brig)Vernon, William, 1719-1806Vernon, Samuel, 1711-1792Christie, GeorgeRutherford, ThomasGentle, RobertDavidson, AndrewCunningham, JohnBrowne, PeterGray, JohnPreist, JohnWood, JonathanMoyston, JeremiahBullock, WilliamClarke, RobertSmart, AlexanderTrought, NicholasRachaelHawkins, GeorgeSmith, JohnSherriffe, AlexanderLibert, ElizabethShore, GeorgeMitchell, JohnScott, GeorgeLugg, JamesWeaver, NicholasWight, EdwardPurchase, WilliamNail, JonathanWiles, EphraimWilson, AbiatherMagee, PaulDougan, RobertWatson & WannupRoe, JohnHunt, MichaelWelcome, JacobWallace, ThomasCooper, DavidMairez, Francis
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Account record for the sale of 75 slaves from the cargo of the Brig Othello, sold by Captain George Dunbar Sweet for Samuel and William Vernon of [Newport], Rhode Island. Includes names of purchasers. Followed by account record for the Brig Othello to Francis Mairez and David Cooper [of Jamaica] for provisions taken on board between July 18, 1775 and August 22, 1775.
Merchant ships--United StatesSlave trade--Rhode Island--NewportJamaica--Commerce
Receipts (financial records)
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