7 Collocations for « lowndes »
- © 22May25, A829600. R95498, 27May52, Elizabeth Iddesleigh & Susan Lowndes Marquis (C) LUCAS, EDWARD VERRALL.
- In four days of June, 1836, Thomas Glover of Lowndes County, Alabama, incurred a debt of $35 which he duly paid, for three visits with mileage and prescriptions by Dr. Salley to his "wench Rina"; and in the winter of 1858 Nathan Truitt of Troup County, Georgia, had medical attendance rendered to a slave child of his to the amount of $130.50.
- Elizabeth Iddlesleigh & Susan Lowndes Marques (C); 28Mar55; R147413.
- Mr. Lowndes continuedthat we had a law prohibiting the importation of negroes for three years, a law he greatly approved of; but there was no reason offered, why the Southern States might not find it necessary to alter their conduct, and open their ports.
- By Arthur Lowndes Rich.
- Thomas Lowndes Snead, The Fight for Missouri (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1886) pp. 176-179 He reassureed the citizens of St. Louis that the Union army would protect them.
- In 1839 William Lowndes Yancey, who was then a planter in South Carolina, lost his whole gang through the poisoning of a spring on his place, and was thereby bankrupted.