|the Bartman jug discovered at Jamestown|
Fitzhugh, William, a wealthy Virginia planter, upon one occasion instructed his English merchant to send him five dozen gallon stone jugs, a new feather-bed with curtains and valance, an old feather-bed, two quilts, a side-saddle, a large silver salt-cellar, and a pair of woman's gallooned shoes. Source: Letters of William Fitzhugh, May 22, 1683, Virginia State Archives.
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