"Mr. Lloyd for Archey," 1832

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Title

"Mr. Lloyd for Archey," 1832

Subject

Slavery; Sale; Georgetown College; Jesuits-History-19th century

Description

This account entry from November 1832 records payment of $90 from a Mr. Lloyd for Archey. The money was to be refunded if Lloyd could not find Archey, suggesting that Archey might have run away after being sold to Lloyd. In other books, Archey (or Archy), described as a "black boy," received small sums from August 1826 to January 1832.

Creator

Georgetown University Archives

Publisher

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Date

1832-11

Contributor

Julia Bernier

Rights

Georgetown University Archives

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Financial Records

Identifier

GSA167

Text Item Type Metadata

Text


                October 1832 
Nov    
  3  “ (Cash red) “Virginny Newton ___________ 100 —-
          Chas W. Turly .   .   .   .                              80 —-
          Nicolas Vanzant Entrance money                 10 —-
                             Somerville                            190 —-
      Wm + Walter Senox                                      170 —-
      Robert Sc. Roy Livingston from }                   150 —-
      Gales + Seaton————————————
      Mr. Lloyd for Archey to be refunded if } 
      he cannot find Archey —————————          90 —-

Original Format

Cash Book

Files

Citation

Georgetown University Archives, “"Mr. Lloyd for Archey," 1832,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed June 24, 2018, http://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/183.

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