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Washington, the great-grand nephew of George Washington and the last owner of Mount Vernon, July 1st, 1865, Accotink, VA Fairfax County.Nevitt writes Washington about a monetary claim he had settled and has found out that it was not settled involving Washington and refuses to pay any money twice.

Convinced that neither would meet his terms, he agreed to sell 200 acres of the Mount Vernon estate, which included the mansion, outlying buildings, and the family tomb to the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association (MVLA) in 1858 for 0,000. Well written, light stain at fold.................., Accotink, VA Fairfax County, July 12th, 1859, one page letter from Samuel Nevitt to John A.Washington dockets the document noting, "July 1st, 1859 - S. Washington explaining his case against paying for a servant girl [previously found unsatisfactory]. Washington writes on the verso of the letter, "1859, July 12th, S. Nevitt - The amount of the matter is that Nevitt hired a Negro from me in 1857.Erwin James Eldridge who was Chief Surgeon in Howell Cobb's Legion, somewhere in Virginia.Emma writes a long letter about affairs at home, much religious feelings and beliefs and then briefs her husband on an accident that injured their young son Morgan [Griffin Morgan Eldridge] barely a year old.The Forks of the Road market was lasted used for slave trade in 1863.

Union troops then used the market buildings as a refugee camp for newly freed slaves and as housing while occupying Natchez.

Very fine..............................................., 8" X 10" manuscript bill of sale detailing the sale of the Negro boy named VIRGIL about 28 years of age for the sum of 0 to the Cape Fear Navigation Company, dated September 6th, 1816. At this time the Cape Fear Navigation Company had been buying slaves for working on the river projects between Fayetteville and Wilmington. Baldwin sells the Negro servant girl FANNY about 14 years old for the sum of 7 in the behalf of the estate M.

Fine................................................., Early 18th Century, 13" overall, 3 1/2" dual leg/wrist rings, single bar with large flange end, one large link attached to the bar. Quilar while serving as an attorney in Staunton, VA.

Convinced that neither would meet his terms, he agreed to sell 200 acres of the Mount Vernon estate, which included the mansion, outlying buildings, and the family tomb to the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association (MVLA) in 1858 for 0,000................................, North Carolina, Check signed by John Hogg at Wilmington, NC drawn on the Bank of Cape Fear, December 27th, 1805 for the sum of made out to "Old Robin the Cooper".

John Hogg, merchant and Loyalist, the son of Gavin and Helen Stevenson Hogg, immigrated to North Carolina from Scotland sometime after 1756.

Extremely rare content, well written......................., 6" X 7" manuscript Bill of Sale dated at Natchez, MS, February 28th, 1854 where Alfred Swayze purchased the slaves GEORGE about 24 years of age for 00 and CLARISSA about 13 years of age for 5.