Copy of a plat of 355 Acres of land in Berkeley County near the West side of Cooper River, shows surrounding properties, doesn’t include land type or detailed notations. Names associated with this plat are Edward Keating, William Kimlough, Buvet, Matthew Beard, Colonel Chicken, Chapennoun Elliott, Robert Daniell, Longrove Thomas, Edward Keyting, Andrew Allens, William Gibbons, James Kenloch, William Adams, Allen Anderson, William Gibbons, Matthew Benson, Thomas Smith, John Vecandge [?], Francis Ternandol, and Allen Andrew. Notable geographic locations include St. James Parish, Goose Creek, Cooper River, and Berkeley County.
Copy of a plat of 200 acres in St. George’s Parish. The property lines and various trees located on them are the only details included. Names associated with this plat are G. Wagner, Samuel Jones, Thomas Hotkins, Francis Yonge, and Robert Daniell. Notable geographic locations include the Stono River and Berkeley County.
Plat of 300 acres in St. Andrew’s Parish on the Stono River originally granted to William Branford. At the time of the copy it belonged to George Wagner. Names associated with this plat are William Branford, George Wagner, Egerton Leigh, Thomas Boone and Elizabeth Hutchins.
Plat of 57 acres belonging to Dorothy Jones on the Stono River. At the time of the copy belonged to George Wagner. Names associated with this plat are Dorothy Jones, George Wagner, Bull and John St. James.
Copy of a plat of land in St. Andrew’s Parish, 103 acres are marsh land. Little other detail or explanation. At the time of the copy belonged to George Wagner. Names associated with this plat include Stephen Bull, Thomas Jones, George Wagner, Richard Godfrey, Nathaniel Brown and Thomas Jones.
Plat of land annexed to a release from Benjamin Elliott to William Brandford for 362.5 acres. At the time of the copy belonged to George Wagner. Names associated with this plat include William Branford, Benjamin Elliott, Wagner George and Thomas Elliott.
Black-and-white etched satire on attitudes toward vaccination. Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, is portrayed as a Jew. He holds a syringe labelled "Kuhpocken" (cowpox) and "Humanität" (humanity). Next to him sits a Jewish elder who has one foot on a money bag. Another Jew reads from a document labeled "Für Die Juden" (for the Jews), handed to him on a cushion embroidered with a Star of David by a non-Jewish man astride a sow. He is followed by a rabbi praying and another Jew. At left, a non-Jewish woman holds the sow's rope in one hand and, in the other, a paper labeled "Freiden Mädchen - Berliner Blätter" (prostitute - Berlin Gazette). The etching indicates that the publication of Jenner's work is a Jewish conspiracy.