Sampson Fleming papers, 1762-1784.


Fleming, Sampson. Sampson Fleming papers, 1762-1784.

Sampson Fleming papers, 1762-1784.

Papers relating to Fleming's service as H.M. Deputy Commissary of Stores and Provisions, at Detroit, 1762-1784; including documents signed by Sir Jeffrey Amherst and Henry Gladwin, and an inventory of effects belonging to the deceased Mary Kidd, Dec. 24,1774.

0.2 linear ft. (1 wallet)

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