Journal and Letters of Colonel Charles Lawrence. by Public Archives of Nova Scotia.

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John Laurens was born at Charleston, South Carolina inthe fourth of twelve brothers and sisters, and the first to live to reach maturity. His father, Henry Laurens, owned several plantations and hundreds of slaves, making him one of the wealthiest men in America.

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