Item #18574 1842 Letter on Enslaved People. Enslaved People Slavery.
1842 Letter on Enslaved People

1842 Letter on Enslaved People

ALS : Autograph Letter Signed

[SLAVERY & ABOLITION]. Handwritten letter about two enslaved persons. Autograph letter signed, 1 page. 17 December 1842. Addressed to Mr. Elijah Sutton of Springfield and signed by a W.L. Brady. About 8" x 10." References one Captain Ker, stating that he "will want the negroes and all his things that he left taken to Tom when you move except John who says you will leave with me..." There is also an invitation for Sutton to accompany Ker on a journey from Red River, Louisiana, with the assurance that "the negroes and things will be left with Mr. Francis Headen at the Post Office." Letter includes faint blindstamp in the top left corner. Some toning, creasing at folds. Otherwise in very good condition.

Item #18574

Price: $580.00