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Virginia trade of the firm of Sparling and Bolden, 1788-99.

M. M. Schofield

Virginia trade of the firm of Sparling and Bolden, 1788-99.

by M. M. Schofield

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Published by Historic Society in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sparling and Bolden (firm).

  • Edition Notes

    Reprinted from the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol. 116, 1964.

    ContributionsHistoric Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18516677M

    Lancashire"; armorial bookplate of William Sparling (Petton) in the second volume; volume I (verso of front free endpaper) bearing brief family genealogy down to "John Sparling was in partnership with William Bolden in the Virginia trade from the s, importing turpentine, tar and tobacco and exporting salt, hardware and woollen goods. Mary Sparling has written: 'A guide to some domestic pioneer skills' -- subject(s): Equipment and supplies, Frontier and pioneer life, Home economics 'Great expectations' -- subject(s): British.

    Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution. Browse this collection. OR. The Spectator Insurance Year Book. Philadelphia, Pa.: The Spectator, //29, /35, // HG S7 Iron industry and trade—Virginia Mines and mineral resources—Virginia Railroads—Virginia—History Tobacco industry—Virginia. page 5 Brown, Alexander Crosby.

    Virginia—the largest and most populous colony—played a major role in winning independence and determining the values and aspirations of the new nation. At both the start and end of the Revolutionary War, Virginia became a battlefield. In , Lord Dunmore, the Royal Governor, was repulsed at the battle of Great Bridge and he retreated to Norfolk. The Peytons of Virginia II: being an account of the ancient and knightly family of Peyton of Suffolk and especially those who became planters in his majesty’s colony of Virginia. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Great Falls, VA ( Holly Knoll Circle, Great Falls ): Book orders to Alta J. Ginn, 2 vols.


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pp.(8) Richard Brook,Liverpool as it was During The Last Quarter Of The Eighteenth Century, Liverpool, J Mawdsley & Son, pp. Author: Docbobdocs. A GRANDFATHER'S TALE: LIVERPOOL SLAVE MERCHANT WILLIAM BOLDEN Chapter Nine: THE GRAVEYARD William Bolden's last decade was spent in withdrawing from the business partnership of Sparling and Bolden.

It was a period of realising his assets and planning their destination after his death. Overshadowing this was depression. “The Virginia Trade of the Firm of Sparling and Bolden of Liverpool: –” Transactions of the Historical Society of Lancashire and Cheshire ().

The Virginia trade of the firm Sparling and Bolden began sometime in the middle of the s. It continued, subject to the interruption of the American War of Independence, for the next 40 years. The verifiable, core, years of the partner's joint residency in the Chesapeake are to Vol pp ' The Letter Book of Ben jami nSatterthwa i te of Lancaster, 1 -1 ' Vol pp 'The Virginia trade of the firm ofSparling and Bolder, of Liverpool, ' Vol pp 'The Slave Trade from Lancashire andCheshire ports outside Liverpool ' c.

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