Seeds, slaves, lampblack for sale, 1814
Timothy Seed for Sale.
THE subscriber, living near Hancock- town, has on hand a large quantity of fresh Timothy Seed for sale, which he will dispose of on reasonable terms.
WILLIAM YATES. August 1, 1814.
A STOUT, healthy Negro Woman about 23 years of age, well acquainted with House work, and an excellent seamstress. Enquire of the Printers.
August 1, 1814.
A Smart healthy Negro Woman, about 19 years of age, and her male child about 20 months old. She is well acquainted with house work, and sold for no fault, but for want of employment. Enquire at this Office.
August 9, 1814.
A NEGRO Woman 19 years of age, and her female child about 15 months old. She is healthy and a good house servant. Enquire at this Office,
May 23, 1814.
A WOMAN'S SADDLE
Has been for some months in the possession of the subscriber, and it is not recollected by whom it was left. The owner is desired to claim it as soon as convenient.
August 26, 1814.
A MILLER WANTED.
A SINGLE man who understands the Milling business, and can come well recommended, will meet with good encouragement, by applying to the subscriber, at Mrs. Rench's mill, about three miles from Hagers-town. EDMUND RUTTER,
A SMART, active Negro Boy about 12 years of age—Also, a stout, healthy Negro Girl about 17 years old, well acquainted with House work. Enquire of the Printers,
August 2, 1814
CLEAN LAMPBLACK For sale at this office
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Slaves, Western Maryland
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