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Heyward and Ferguson Family Papers, 1806-1923

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374. Miscellaneous receipts from the Heyward and Ferguson families -- 1852-1880
374. Miscellaneous receipts from the Heyward and Ferguson families -- 1852-1880 Various receipts from the Heyward and Ferguson families including plantation goods and services, rent, and a Civil War receipt for "permanent labor on fortifications." 32p.
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373. Miscellaneous, undated receipts from the Heyward Family and Thomas B. Ferguson
373. Miscellaneous, undated receipts from the Heyward Family and Thomas B. Ferguson Various receipts from the Heyward Family and Thomas B. Ferguson from business and plantation dealings. 25p.
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077. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- September 1, 1844
077. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- September 1, 1844 William Henry Heyward writes to James B. Heyward from Boston. He tells James about visiting their old haunts during their Harvard days including Tremont Theatre, various billiard halls and a shooting gallery, and comments on the merits of rail and steamboat travel over stage coach. 4p.
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078. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- December 2, 1844
078. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- December 2, 1844 William Henry Heyward writes to James B. Heyward from Columbia asking him to investigate several cases of wine and brandy that were supposed to be sent to him by rail. He writes James about the interesting discussions concerning "our Federal Relations" and mentions how the state of Massachusetts has sent a commissioner to investigate the seizure of its free black citizens. 4p.
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079. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- December 9th, 1844
079. William Henry Heyward to James B. Heyward -- December 9th, 1844 William Henry Heyward writes to James B. Heyward from Columbia relating the work of the South Carolina General Assembly and the election of Governor Aiken, and mentions that he has heard that "our good citizens of Charleston came very near lynching" the agent from Massachusetts. 3p.
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295. William McBurney to Thomas B. Ferguson -- May 28, 1866
295. William McBurney to Thomas B. Ferguson -- May 28, 1866 William McBurney to Thomas B. Ferguson concerning operations at Dean Hall Plantation. McBurney describes two different kinds of rice he is sending to Dean Hall and suggests that Ferguson plant the better rice "in a field by itself" for next year's seed crop. He is sending more laborers and supplies to Ferguson, remarking that "Bacon is up in price today." 4p.
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044. William W. Barnwell to James B. Heyward -- January 15, 1834
044. William W. Barnwell to James B. Heyward -- January 15, 1834 William W. Barnwell writes in this letter to James B. Heyward that he loves Cambridge and hopes that James can also enter Harvard. 4p.
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242. Agreement between Dr. S. H. Sanders and James B. Heyward -- April 29, 1865
242. Agreement between Dr. S. H. Sanders and James B. Heyward -- April 29, 1865 Written agreement between Dr. S. H. Sanders and James B. Heyward for Sanders to hire Heyward's "prime negro labourers" for "thirty bushels of corn per head." The agreement further stipulates that it will be voided if Sanders "should be disturbed by the enemy." 2p.
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256. Request to T.B. Ferguson from John J. Darcy -- September 18, 1865
256. Request to T.B. Ferguson from John J. Darcy -- September 18, 1865 Written request to T.B. Ferguson from John J. Darcy for payment to James Soughen, with confirmation from Soughen of payment received. 2p.
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