The American Colonization Society Grants Nationwide Publicity to Patsy Morris's Will Manumitting Her Slaves and Directing Their Transportation to Liberia, 1827
[American Colonization Society, “Intelligence,” The African Repository and Colonial Journal 2 (Sept. 1827): 220:]
[Themes: slavery—manumission, colonization]
Miss Patsey Morris, of Louisa county, Virginia, lately deceased, has liberated all her slaves (about sixteen) with a request that they should be sent to Liberia. She has also left five hundred dollars to fit them out and defray the expenses of their passage.