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A steamship named the NEW YORK carrying passengers on the Hudson River. Written message in the blank space at bottom of card (N.Y. July 4/05 My Dear Edyth We arrived this P.M. after having a beautiful trip on the Hudson. Tomorrow we go to Coney...
Slaves--Kentucky--Harrison County; Slavery--Kentucky--Harrison County
Two-page accessions register listing the additional slave holdings of Thomas Abury, including slaves named Henry, Isaac, Lewis, John, Rachel, Milly, Minny, Henry, Charity, Charlette, Carolina, and James, in Harrison County, Kentucky.
One-page draft of advertisement for reward of $900 for the return of a runaway slave named Genge [George?] submitted for insertion into the daily newspaper of Alexandria, Virginia for 30 days. Signed "G. E. H."
Slavery--Maryland--Prince George's County; Slaves--Maryland--Prince George's County
Three-page draft of advertisement for the reward for the return of two runaway slaves named Tom and Frisby, an uncle and nephew, in Nottingham District, Prince George's County, Maryland. Signed Robert B[?].
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 a slave named Emelye [Emilie?] from Mr. Fonttain [Founttain?] to Mr. Borgellas of Port-au-Prince [Haiti]. Followed by bill of sale for same slave, Emelye, to Mr. Laval from Mr. Borgellas, dated April 26, 1796.
Bill of sale for "a certain female slave named Fannyand her child named George" from Louis Montany to Mary Locker, both of Mobile, Alabama. Signed by witnesses George W. Grand, D. Dill, and Bennet Cutter.