The letter from St. Leger Landon Carter, to Dr. Beverley R. Wellford, regards his personal medical bill as well as the medicines provided to his slave, Pleasant.
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St. Leger Landon Carter was a member of the Virginia Senate as well as a planter, a contributor to the Southern Literary Messenger and other publications of that day, and the author of the miscellaneous collection in prose and verse, published under the title of "Nugae by Nugator" in 1844.
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Purchased by John M. Presson Fund, Class of 1916. Acc. No. 1990-40.
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