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Hector Davis, Auctioneer, for Sale of Slaves, Richmond, Va., gives particular attention to Selling Slaves, both publicly privately. R. D. James has an interest in the business from this day. e23--6m
Convicted. --James, slave to John Gilliam, was convicted before the Mayor of stealing shoes from H. Stern & Brother, and sentenced to the lash.
Hector Davis, Auctioneer, for Sale of Slaves, Richmond, Va., gives particular attention to Selling Slaves, both publicly and privately. R. D. James has an interest in the business from this day. e28--6m
Hector Davis, Auctioneer, for Sale of Slaves, Richmond, Va., gives particular attention to Selling Slaves, both publicly and privately. R. D. James has an interest in the business from this day. e23--5m
Hector Davis, Auctioneer. for Sale of Slaves, Richmond, Va., gives particular attention to Selling Slaves, both publicly and privately R. D. James has an interest in the business from this day. e28--5m
Mayor's Court. --James, slave to J. M. Conway, was punished for fast driving — John, slave to J. M. Woodfin, flogged for stealing a hand-cart.--Edward Gilman, sent to jail for being drunk in the street.--Peter Crow, committed for vagrancy.--William Gilroy, held to security for being drunk.--Cornelius, a slave, flogged for carrying a loaded cane. --Warner Babler, committed in default of security for being disorderly.
Hector Davis, Auctioneer, for Sale of Slaves, Richmond, Va., gives particular attention to Selling Slaves, both publicly and privately. R. D. James has an interest in the business from this day. e 28--6m
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