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Agents correspondence to S Munckley

Agents correspondence to S Munckley

Description:

Ford and Delpratt, agents in Jamaica, to Samuel Munckley and his trading partner George Champion re loading of ship Byron with sugars, also re safe arrival of ship Hope with its captain, Clutsam.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

Date: 9 June 1773

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 13 ii

Agents correspondence to S Munckley

Agents correspondence to S Munckley

Description:

Ford and Delpratt, agents in Jamaica, to Samuel Munckley and his trading partner George Champion re loading of ship Byron with sugars, also re safe arrival of ship Hope with its captain, Clutsam.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

Date: 9 June 1773

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 13 i

Receipt: Mayors dues, Key-Wardens fees

Receipt: Mayors dues, Key-Wardens fees

Description:

Receipt for Mayors dues and Key-Wardens fees for slave ship Hope .

Date: 18th century

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 12 (e)

Promissory notes for seamens wages

Promissory notes for seamens wages

Description:

Promissory notes (written promises) for seamens wages to be paid during the voyage of the slave ship Hope .

Date: 18th Century

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 12 (c)

Promissory notes for seamens wages

Promissory notes for seamens wages

Description:

Promissory notes (written promises) for seamens wages to be paid during the voyage of the slave ship Hope .

Date: 18th century

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 12 (b)

Seamens Articles of Agreement and wages

Seamens Articles of Agreement and wages

Description:

Seamens Articles of Agreement for voyage of slave ship Hope , Bristol to Jamaica and return.Master, William Clutsam. With schedule of wages due to each employee.

Articles of Agreement set out the terms and conditions of a voyage. The Articles was a standard printed form, listing the food rations and financial arrangements the crew would receive.

Date: 18th century

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 12 (a)

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Description:

Correspondence.William Clutsam, commander of the ship Hope , from Kingston, Jamaica, to Samual Munckley and Co, owners.

Also from Ford and Delpratt, agents in Kingston, re cargo of Hope , also rebellion of negroes.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

The language used to describe people of African descent in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries is unacceptable in today’s terms. We cannot avoid using this language in its original context. To change the words would impose 20th century attitudes on history.

Date: 22 Jan 1760 - 12 June 1760

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 11 (g)

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Description:

Correspondence.William Clutsam, commander of the ship Hope , from Kingston, Jamaica, to Samual Munckley and Co, owners.

Also from Ford and Delpratt, agents in Kingston, re cargo of Hope , also rebellion of negroes.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

The language used to describe people of African descent in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries is unacceptable in today’s terms. We cannot avoid using this language in its original context. To change the words would impose 20th century attitudes on history.

Date: 22 Jan 1760 - 12 June 1760

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 11 (f)

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Description:

Correspondence.William Clutsam, commander of the ship Hope , from Kingston, Jamaica, to Samual Munckley and Co, owners.

Also from Ford and Delpratt, agents in Kingston, re cargo of Hope , also rebellion of negroes.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

The language used to describe people of African descent in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries is unacceptable in today’s terms. We cannot avoid using this language in its original context. To change the words would impose 20th century attitudes on history.

Date: 22 Jan 1760 - 12 June 1760

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 11 (d) ii

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Correspondence, W Clutsam to S Munckley

Description:

Correspondence.William Clutsam, commander of the ship Hope , from Kingston, Jamaica, to Samual Munckley and Co, owners.

Also from Ford and Delpratt, agents in Kingston, re cargo of Hope , also rebellion of negroes.

Samuel Munckley was a ship owner and merchant of Bristol, 1720 – 1802.

The language used to describe people of African descent in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries is unacceptable in today’s terms. We cannot avoid using this language in its original context. To change the words would impose 20th century attitudes on history.

Date: 22 Jan 1760 - 12 June 1760

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

Object ID:AC/MU 1 11 (d) i

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