DescriptionJohn Brown Document Signed. "John Brown". One page, docketed on the verso, 8.75" x 6.75". Providence, Rhode Island; November 24, 1780. A merchant, slave trader, and the namesake of Brown University, John Brown was a controversial figure of the American Revolution. Here he lends his signature to a payment slip for "Forty Pounds Lawful Money" to John Jenkins.
Condition: Fragile, with smoothed folds, toning due to age, chipped edges, foxing, nd evidence of a previous mounting on the verso.
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