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1859 Florida Court Indictment

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Title: 1859 Florida Court Indictment.
Type of Resource: text
Identifier: DP0012821 (IID)
Description: 1859 Florida Court Indictment reads: "To J. N. Butler, We recommend you to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Court for the County of Jackson, in the Western Circuit of the State aforesaid, at the Court House in Marianna, on the first Monday in May next, to testify and the truth to say on behalf of The State of Florida in a certain matter of indictment between said state, and James N. Egerlow, who stands indicted for receiving from slave. Defendant. And this you shall in no wise omit. Witness, John N. Proser, Clerk of our said Circuit Court, this 21st day of January A.D., 1859 and 83 year of American Independence. John N. Proser, Clerk." Includes front and back. Also contains "Certificate of Authenticity" issued by "James H. Cohen & Sons" in New Orleans, LA.
Provenance: Acquired by Special Collections & University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries from Carol Mundy, the collector of African-Americana.
Digital Reproduction Specifications: Digitized by the University of Central Florida Libraries. Jpeg and Jpeg2000 images were derived from 400 dpi tiffs scanned on an Avision FB 6080E Book-edge Scanner.
Held by: University of Central Florida Libraries, Special Collection & University Archives
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