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THE JAMES BROWN PAPERS, 1809-1898

The James Brown papers, 1809-1898

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The James Brown papers, 1809-1898

This small supplementary collection, also held at the record office in Liverpool, relates to the period following the abolition of the slave trade, in particular the transatlantic shipping of James Brown (ca. 1807-1851) in 1840s and early 1850s, but including a few papers belonging presumably to his father and son, who both bore the same name. The papers remained in the possession of the Brown family until they were presented to the Liverpool City Libraries by K.A. Brown Esq. on 23 February 1942, are accompanied by an introduction Collection guide - click to view to the collection by John Rowe, formerly University of Liverpool.

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Letter book of Captain James Brown

[387 MD 48]. One item with entries dated October 1843 to June 1852.

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Papers and accounts of the Gossypium

[387 MD 49]. Twenty-one items dated May 1846 to May 1854.

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Papers and accounts of the Alexander Grant

[387 MD 50]. Nineteen items dated July 1848 to May 1853. One item (MD50/16), dated 3 January 1853, informs Brown's widow of the sale of his shares in the ship by his executors.

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Papers and accounts of the Ellen

[387 MD 51]. Twelve items dated September 1851 to October 1852.

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Bills of sale of the ship Candida

[387 MD 52]. Two items dated 28th March 1876 and 1st February 1898, relating presumably to James Brown's eponymous son.

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Miscellaneous additional documents

[387 MD 53]. Three items: MD53/1: Acc[ount, July 1809 to June 1810:] The owners of the sloop Duke of Leinster, [master] James Brown, perhaps the father of the James Brown who died in 1851, aged 44. | MD53/2: Certificate of sale of shares in the brig Kentville by George Pryde to James Brown, both of Liverpool, dated 10th September 1845. | MD53/3: Record of 558 tons of common and stoved salt to be shipped by James Brown on the Caledonia from Liverpool to New Orleans, dated 5th December [1850].

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