Peace Dale Manufacturing Company records
Daybook, 1742-1839 Digital
Daybook, 1758-1825 Digital
Daybook , 1761-1825 Digital
Journal A-Hazard Robinson & Co., Charleston, S.C., June 6, 1794-July 1797; Hazard & Ayrault, May 1, 1796-December 1798 Digital
Ledger, 1778-August 7, 1826 Digital
Ledger, 1779-1824 Digital
Primarily a ledger of I.P. & R.G. Hazard, dated 1822-1824, with a few accounts of Isaac Peace and the front and end of the volume, dated from 1779 to 1785. Included are store and ropewalk accounts related to slave labor. Accounts to James Neilson from Peace reflect shared costs of “Negro tools” for the ropewalk, and charges for medical care and burying an enslaved person who died. There are also invoices of rum, beef, and coffee purchased by Peace.
Invoices of rice, indigo, tobacco, brandy, rum, staves, pork, Spermaceti candles, gunpowder, oil, soap, shoes, sides of leather, and other cargo shipped by Hazard Robinson & Co. from Charleston to Providence, Newport, Philadelphia, New York, Europe, and the West Indies. Accounts also include imported dry goods like Irish linen and Harlem stripes, printed cottons, Romal handkerchiefs, and scarlet cassimere.
Invoices of rice, tobacco, flour, rum, indigo, and dry goods shipped to coastal American ports, the West Indies, and Europe from Charleston by Hazard & Ayrault.
Sales book, 1800-1856 Digital
Cash book, 1785-1824 Digital
Rowland Hazard’s cash accounts related to wholesale trade and consignment sales of oats, cheese, potatoes, sugar, and other produce, profit and loss, and general business expenses. Includes accounts with merchant John G. Mayer, who purchased merchandise like apples, oats, and planks; and Jack Sanford, “servant man,” who received cash for a medical bill and bought dry goods