A collection dealing with the Jamaican financial interests of Benjamin Adams and Thomas Adams; the collection consists of
correspondence, statements of bills and accounts, estate dealings and promissory notes.
Benjamin Adams was an English businessman; he died in 1792. Thomas Adams was a solicitor, an agent for the Duke of Northumberland,
and the owner of Eshott Hall (Alnwick, Northumberland).
65 items in one box
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