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Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Note in daybook of how slaves are employed each day; harvesting and milling, boiling etc. Finished grinding on Monday. Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.

Date: July 1800

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Note in daybook of how slaves are employed each day; Great Gang mending and weeding, Small Gang coaltaring the road, etc. The slaves do not work on Saturday afternoon. Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.

Date: May 1800

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Note of how slaves are employed each day, mentioning that they do not work on Sundays. Cutting canes, carrying to mill, employed in the work of milling and boiling. Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.

Date: July 1799

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Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.
Note of how slaves are employed; Christmas Day and the next two days given as holiday by way of encouragement to them .

Date: Dec 1798

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.
Note of how slaves are employed; Sunday off, planting, small gang carrying dung to fields, carting corn from town, cask making, etc.

Date: Nov 1798

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Sugar account, 1799

Sugar account, 1799

Description:

Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.
Sugar account, 1799.
Lists of production and sales; number of casks exported March – July, including 25 shipped on the ship Rachel to Bristol.

Date: 1799

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Note of how slaves are employed

Note of how slaves are employed

Description:

Pinney Papers; Plantation Occurances, 1798 – 1800.
Note of how slaves are employed; Slaves do not work on Sundays, Great and small gangs weeding, carrying thatching materials etc.

Date: June 1798

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Insurance cover note for shipping sugar

Insurance cover note for shipping sugar

Description:

Insurance cover note for sugar to be shipped in 1807, to J Pinney from Noble and Hunt, London. Miscellaneous Pinney, volume 1.

Date: unknown

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Training blood hounds to track runaways

Training blood hounds to track runaways

Description:

The Mode of training Blood Hounds in St Domingo and of exercising them by chasseurs (dog handlers). Blood hounds were used to track runaway slaves. From An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti by Marcus Rainsford esq, late captain, Third West India Regiment. Published London, 1805.

Date: 1805

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Blood hounds attacking black family

Blood hounds attacking black family

Description:

Blood Hounds attacking a Black Family in the Woods . Hounds were used to track down runaway slaves. From An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti by Marcus Rainsford esq, late captain, Third West India Regiment. Published London, 1805.

Date: 1805

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