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[Letter from Adams & Griffin to Messrs. Saml. & Wm. Vernon]
Series I: Samuel and William Vernon, 1756-1799
Subseries 1. Correspondence, 1756-1796
Adams & GriffinVernon, William, 1719-1806Vernon, Samuel, 1711-1792Borden, CaptainAdams, ThomasFarrar, ThomasWood, ThomasPerkins Buchanan & BrownHalverson, Mr.Adams, RichardGriffin, William
New-York Historical Society
Manuscript copy of a letter dated June 27, 1770, from Adams & Griffin of Richmond [Virginia] to William and Samuel Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island regarding remittance of payment to London merchant Thomas Adams. Followed by a letter that includes further billing from Perkins Buchanan & Brown of London and a discussion of projected agricultural markets for the upcoming fall. Adams & Griffin note that slaves "are in the greatest demand, and the first that arrive will sell at a good price."
Slaves--Rhode Island--NewportSlavery--Rhode Island--NewportSlave trade--Rhode Island--NewportSlaves--Virginia--RichmondSlavery--Virginia--RichmondSlave trade--Virginia--RichmondSlave trade--England--London
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