Letter from Robert Woodward Barnwell sent to the Charleston Courier for publication. Barnwell, on behalf of the South Carolina Hospital Bureau in Virginia, informs the city of their move from Charlottesville to Richmond due to the withdrawal of Confederate troops and gives directions on the best way to send supplies. ca. 1863.
Account book page titled 'Domestic in Feb. [February] & Osnaburg in May' with a list of slaves and two associated figures with unknown meaning [likely measurements of fabric] by each name. Some names have either a check mark, a 'D,' [Domestic?] or an 'F' [Field?] next to them, meaning unknown. Calculations for fabric totals are provided. Some fabric was left at Corn Hill [Cornhill Plantation?].
Result found on the following page of: R.L. Johnson Medical Journal