- Additional Authors
- Logbooks – Eighteenth century.
- Ships' logs.
- Access (note)
- Restricted access;
- Microfilm must be used in lieu of original volume.
- Additional Formats (note)
- Available on microfilm;
- available as digital images.
- Source (note)
- Wormser (Guthrie Barber Sale, Parke-Burnet)
- Biography (note)
- The Lawrance was a British slave ship, probably in the service of the South Sea Company.
- Processing Action (note)
- Call Number
- MssCol 1699
Log of the ship Lawrance, 1730-1731.
- Additional Formats
Available on microfilm; New York Public Library; *ZL-234.
Selected pages available as digital images.
Log of a voyage of the Lawrance, Abraham Dumaresq, commander, from Gravesend, England to Holland, and on to Loango, on the west coast of Africa. Departure with slaves aboard for delivery to Buenos Aires, followed by a return toward England with a cargo of hides. In addition to routine entries of longitude, latitude, and wind conditions, log notes deaths of slaves aboard.
- Restricted Access
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Microfilm must be used in lieu of original volume.
The Lawrance was a British slave ship, probably in the service of the South Sea Company.
- Connect to:
- Added Author
South Sea Company.
- Research Call Number