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Letter to Richard Woolfolk from George Nicholas concerning William Christian's estate, December 29th, 1790.

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A letter from George Nicholas to Richard Woolfolk concerning William Christian's salt works at Bullitt's Lick and the people he enslaves, dated December 29th, 1790.

Letter to Richard Woolfolk from George Nicholas concerning William Christian's estate, December 10th, 1790.

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A letter from George Nicholas to Richard Woolfolk concerning William Christian's salt works at Bullitt's Lick and the people he enslaves, dated December 10th, 1790.

Receipt to Dr. Marfields for furnishing shoes for Little James, a boy enslaved by William Christian Bullitt, January 1st, 1792.

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A receipt from Alexander Scott Bullitt, representing his father, William Christian, and Richard Woolfolk and Colonel George Nicholas. This receipt is dated January 2nd, 1792. Bullitt writes that Benjamin Fields needs to be compensated for furnishing…

Letter to Richard Woolfolk from George Nicholas concerning William Christian's estate, including the people he enslaved, December 29th, 1790.

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In a letter from December 29th, 1790, George Nicholas writes to Richard Woolfolk on William Christian's estate and the people he enslaved. Nicholas details the process of passing “the Lick” down to Colonel Christian’s children upon his death, and how…

Letter to Richard Woolfolk from George Nicholas concerning William Christian's estate, including the people he enslaved, December 10th, 1790.

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In a letter from December 10th, 1790, George Nicholas writes to Richard Woolfolk on William Christian's estate and the people he enslaves. Nicholas details the process of passing “the Lick” down to Colonel Christian’s children upon his death, and how…