2024-01 Raynors Americana Auction
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Southern trader's 3pp letter written by Loftus C. Clifford, datelined Chester Sept 24, 1864 to Jas. R. Pringle Es. In part, "I sent down from here on the 30th four men Mathew Primus, Harry, and Watson (likely his slaves) to work on the fortifications near Charleston for thirty days. I directed them in case I would not be in Charleston this time they would be discharged next Friday, the 30th ... to call on you for a ticket to go to Pom Pom ... You will please give them a ticket on the Charleston Hammond Rail Road ... to the plantation... I received a letter from my overseer on Pon Pon stating the harvest was going very well ... he had over half the rice cut ... Winter will soon be here and I find my hides will not be finished and my Negroes again will be deprived of shoes for the second year ... James Reid Pringle was a prosecutor in the 1822 Denmark Vesey case and see their family and help with the Harvest
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The Palntation Owner Can Not Sopply Shoes For His Slaves

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Minimum Bid: $150.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $312.50
Estimate: $300 - $500
Auction closed on Sunday, January 21, 2024.
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