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Today In Charleston History: September 24

1796 – Slavery

Noel, a “french negro” was convicted of theft and sentenced “to Receive thirty & nine Lashes on the Bare back at the Lower Market.” The same day a slave named Silvan was also whipped for theft.

Public Slave Punishment

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