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In which the licensee, William Robertson Jr., swears to not "sell give exchange barter" liquor to any slaves. Signed by C.A. Scott.

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The State of South Carolina Barnwell District Personally appeared before [illegible, page torn] William Robertson Jr [illegible, page torn, words crossed out] sworn has taken [illegible, page torn] scribed the following oath I C. A. Scott do solemnly sw[ear] that I will not directly [illegible, page torn] during the period for which [illegible, page torn] receive a license to retail spiratu [illegible, page torn] liquor, sell, give, exchange, barter [illegible, page torn] any wise deliver any spiritual? [illegible, page torn] so any slave or slavery contrary to the true intent and meaning of the Law for the meventiny the selling or delivery of spiritual? liquor ? slave C. A. Scott

Creation Date

8-21-1841

County

Barnwell

State/Province

South Carolina

Country

United States of America

Keywords

liquor license, oath, sell, liquor, commerce, trade, slavery, bondage, law, legal, African-American, African-Americans, 1841, liquor, slavery, slaves, oath, swear, barnwell, south carolina, William Robertson Jr., C.S. Scott

Resource Identifier

080505-43

Date Digital

11-2015

Document Type

Manuscript

Disciplines

African American Studies | American Studies | Cultural History | History | Labor History | Legal | Political History | Public History | Social History | United States History

Publisher

Wofford College

Format (medium)

manuscript

Format (IMT)

pdf

Language

en-us

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

 
 

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