Receipt and agreement from James Dalton and signed by Thomas Prince relating to Mindoe (an enslaved person), 24 October 1753
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Captain Thomas Prince agrees to sell an enslaved woman named Mindoe in North Carolina on behalf of James Dalton, 24 October 1753. Dalton, who died in 1783, was a well-to-do shipmaster who settled in Boston and engaged in shipping, real estate, and mercantile pursuits. The present-day Congress Street in Boston was previously known as Dalton Street, where his residence was located.