Jamaican material in the Slebech papers

Jamaican material in the Slebech papers

Jamaican material in the Slebech papers

This collection comprises a careful selection of documents from the extensive Slebech Estate archives now held in the National Library of Wales and the Pembrokeshire Record Office. They relate chiefly to the interests of Nathaniel Phillips, 1756?-1832, in the West Indies. The collection represents a major resource for research into the social and economic history of West Indies, slavery, plantations and trade.

Accompanied by a Click to open collection guide in new window to the collection by Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University.

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Business records

Business records

Includes a variety of financial documents such as account, receipt and cash books, inventories and valuations, as well as other business records in the form of instructions on tasks to be...

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Correspondence

Correspondence

Unbound letters, but with a couple of letter books also, some of a social nature but chiefly relating to the running of the Phillips' estates in Jamaica and to the West...

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Legal documents

Legal documents

Comprising mostly drafts and copies of Nathaniel Phillips' will, along with some conveyances and leases on his Jamaican estates, this group of documents also includes some material about their ownership by...

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Miscellaneous other materials

Miscellaneous other materials

Includes a number of diaries, as well as documents relating to the defence of Jamaica, and papers pertaining to a duel.

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