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Abolition of slavery

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Subject Source: UK Archival Thesaurus

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Lucas Family: business and family papers

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8369
Scope and Contents The collection is uncatalogued. There is an interim box list - please contact the repository for further details. Comprises business and family papers of the Lucas family, chiefly correspondence and legal documents of Philip Monoux Lucas (1778-1830), a merchant of Marylebone, London, and partner in the firm Chauncy, Lang and Lucas. Material relating to the Caribbean, enslavement and elements of the Transatlantic slave trade is largely to be found in box 1.Philip Lucas was...
Dates: c. 1733 - late 19th century
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