Busy harbor view of Kingston, N.Y. and the Hudson River, looking South. In the harbor there is a side wheeler and four steamboats nestled along the Kingston, N.Y. shore. Aerial view of Kingston shows the town in autumn at dusk.
The lower right section pictures two-story open structure that hangs over the water, the bottom level of which feeds onto a quay to which a small covered pleasure craft is tied. The steamboat Albany is in the upper section of the image, left of...
Panoramic sunset view of the Rondout Creek Bridge, Kingston, less than a year after its completion. Still waters mirror the landscape. Buildings and docking facilities can be seen in the center background and on the right.
Bill of sale for a "negro man named Castle" purchased by John Joyce [of Kingston, Jamaica] from Paul Phipps, who sold the slave on behalf of the Honorable Alexander Fullerton, Esquire [possibly of Philadelphia].
Bill of sale for "one negro man named James" purchased by John Joyce of Kingston, Jamaica, from Michell & Daggers. Additional note at bottom signed by Joyce indicates that the "above James runaway" [probably shortly after purchase].