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Robert Dunkley English merchant in 1703
Posted by: Lee Ann Gerhart Date: October 24, 2000 at 23:54:39
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Documents Illustrative of the History of the Slave Trade to America, 1935
Vol. IV -- The Border Colonies and the Southern Colonies
p. 173, Virginia: 1699-1708
A List of all Ships and Vessells that have come directly from The Coast of Africa and Imported Negroes into Her Maj'ties Colony and Dominion of Virginia from the 24th day of June 1699 to the 12th day of October 1708.

June 4, 1703 "Angola" frigat of London Master: Thomas Arnold 92 Negroes imported by the company
[note: On Sept. 7 and Oct. 15, 1703, the master, Thomas Arnold, drew bills of L95 and L113, on the Royal African Company, credited to the "Angola". In a list of protested bills of exchange for negroes sold by Mr. Henry Fielding, from the first voyage of the Angola, the Virginia names are . . . . The English merchants drawn upon are John Hyde, Richard Lee, Robert Dunckley, Francis Lee, Arthur Bailey, Richard Franklin, Robert Bristol and Company, and Micajah Perry and Company.

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