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Decree of the Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County, State of Alabama

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Date: About 1827 [unknown]
Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United Statesmap
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Decree of the Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County, State of Alabama, discharing Cornelius Sinclair, and Adam Traquair's deposition as to the freedom of said C. Sinclair. List of documents includes letters by Joseph Watson and Philip Hickey.

Joseph Watson Correspondence, Mss. 1872, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.


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Decreee of the Circuit Court of Tuscaloosa County, State of Alabama discharging Cornelius Sinclair and Adam Traquair[?]’s deposition as to the freedom of said C. Sinclair.

Letters, — copied,—

William Kendrick to Mayor, — March 1827
Joseph Watson to Col. Hickey — April 20 1827
Col Phillip Hickey to Joseph Watson — June 14 1827
Thomas Spillman Loyd to Mayor — Sept. 15 1827
Jos. Watson Esq to Col P. Hickey — Octo. 2. 1827

Letters, original, of introduction etc,

Jos. Watson, to John Henderson and J. W. Hamilton — Rocky Spring, Mississippi
Jos. Watson, to Samuel P. Garrigues
Jos. Watson, to Duncan S. Walker — Natches
Jos. Watson, to Jos. Bennett Eves, English Turn[?] near N. O. —
Jos. Watson, to the Hon’ble the Mayor of New Orleans —
Jos. Watson, to Mr John Walsh, or to Thomas Spillman Loyd Esq — New Orleans
Samuel Rush Esq to Edward Rawle Esq — New Orleans
Samuel Rush Esq to Wm B Griffith Esq — New Orleans
James C Biddle Esqr to George Eastes Esq — New Orleans
James C Biddle Esqr to L Peirce Esq — New Orleans
James C Biddle Esqr to Isaac Preston Esq — New Orleans
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Pamphlets of The African Observer — No 2 — Vol 1 —

Newspaper Clips (3 copies)

Jos. Watson Esqr Jan 22 1827
Daniel Holmes & S. E Davis Decr 23 1826 Natchez
Peter Hooks, narrative.

Folded map of Georgia and Alabama Folded map of Louisiana and Mississippi

George M Stroud’s sketch of the laws relating to slavery the several states of the U. S. of America.





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