Slave sale poster, 1829

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Slave sale poster, 1829  (1829) 
by Unknown

TO BE SOLD & LET
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
On MONDAY the 18th of MAY, 1829
UNDER THE TREES


FOR SALE

THE THREE FOLLOWING
SLAVES,
VIZ.


 HANNIBAL, about 30 Years old, an excellent House Servant, of Good Character.
 WILLIAM, about 35 Years old, a Labourer.
 NANCY, an excellent House Servant and Nurse.


The MEN belonging to "LEECH'S" Estate, and the WOMAN to Mrs. D SMITH


TO BE LET

On the usual conditions of the Hirer finding them in Food, Clothing, and Medical Maintenance,
THE FOLLOWING
MALE and FEMALE
SLAVES

OF GOOD CHARACTERS

 ROBERT BAGLEY, about 20 Years old, a good House Servant.
 WILLIAM BAGLEY, about 18 Years old, a Labourer.
 JOHN ARMS, about 18 Years old.
 JACK ANTONIA, about 40 Years old, a Labourer.
 PHILIP, an Excellent Fisherman.
 HARRY, about 27 Years old, a good House Servant.
 LUCY, a Young Woman of Good Character, used to House Work and the Nursery.
 ELIZA, an Excellent Washerwoman.
 CLARA, an Excellent Washerwoman.
 FANNY, about 14 Years old, House Servant.
 SARAH, about 14 Years old, House Servant.



Also for Sale, at Eleven o'Clock,

Fine Rice, Gram, Paddy, Books, Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Ribbons, &c. &c.


AT ONE O'CLOCK, THAT CELEBRATED ENGLISH HORSE

BLUCHER,


ADDISON PRINTER GOVERNMENT OFFICE
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This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.