Vol.1674B, p. 144

Object number
1674B_0144
Description
Continuation of a copy of a letter from William Thornton discussing plans for a colony in Africa and hopes for the British Parliament to abolish the slave trade. Page also includes minutes from a meeting of the Committee of the African Union Society on July 5, 1792 (includes note meeting was adjourned to July 12th due to illness), in the home of Lymas Keith concerning Cupid Brown and unpaid rent for real estate belonging to Kingston Pease of New York. Minutes document decision to send letter to Pease to resolve confusion regarding rent and decision to take account of the Society's money and securities.
Documentation Type
Institutional Records