Thomas Everard letter to John Norton, 1771 March 10

Title

Thomas Everard letter to John Norton, 1771 March 10

Subject

Everard, Thomas, 1719-1781 -- Correspondence
Norton, John, 1719-1777 -- Correspondence
Merchants -- England -- London -- Correspondence
Slaves -- Clothing -- Virginia

Description

Thomas Everard letter to John Norton, merchant of London, England. Everard writes that he omitted to order clothing for his slaves in his last letter.

Creator

Everard, Thomas, 1719-1781

Source

John Norton and Sons Papers, MS 1936.3

Publisher

Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Date

1771-03-10

Identifier

MS1936.3.414
Folder 37

Text

Page 1

Dear Sir

When I wrote to you last in my
Invoice I omitted to mention 100 yards of blue Plains
for Negro which I shall want for next Years Cloathing
and which be pleased to send by any Ship to York
or James River and you will Oblige Sr. Sir

Your mo: hble Sert
Thos Everard

Williamsburg
10 March 1771

Address leaf recto

To
Mr. John Norton
Merchant in
London

Address leaf verso

Virga. 10th. March 1771.
Thos. Everard
Redd. May 1771 Exd
P Capt. McCCunn
Goods Entd. Pa. 348
Ansd the 29 May 1771.
P Virginia

Original Format

Ink on paper

Files

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Citation

Everard, Thomas, 1719-1781, “Thomas Everard letter to John Norton, 1771 March 10,” John Norton & Sons Papers, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, accessed February 19, 2018, http://rocklibnorton.omeka.net/items/show/414.