Contains 7 Results:
Collection consists of one letter of the Welsh industrialist, Robert Owen. The letter, dated June 29, 1845, is addressed to his son, Robert Dale Owen (1801-1877) who was then a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. The letter was meant to be an example of the senior Owen's signature. Also in the collection is an autograph of Robert Dale Owen.
Collection consists of one hand-written petition to the House of Commons, February 15, 1830. The bound manuscript numbers eight pages. Cobbett's address was presented during the end of Tory rule. In the petition, cobbett argued for economic and political reform and the relief in agricultural areas where the farmers were seriously deprived.
The collection consists of 5 holographic receipts signed by J. Dyson, Fulton Factory, between 1838 and 1846. The receipts list prices for the cost of cotton bales and yarn.
Collection consists of four bills of sale for the purchase of slaves in Sumter county (1806-1829) and 1 holographic map of Stateburg displaying Murrell's property. Also in the collection are two sheets of accounts showing transactions between a Stateburg merchant, John Macnair, and a trading company in London (1785, 1789)
Manuscript copy of the drama written by Bate himself in the style of a printed book with imprint statement: "London : Printed with a pen, by Fredk. Bate, 1838."
Contains amendments and additions in Bate's hand. Also includes some stage instructions. Written on thick paper in an 8vo volume in a contemporary full calf bining, spine fully gilt, lettered "The student," on a red leather label.
Frontispiece portrait of Bate, drawn in pencil by Jackson.