For sale, Saul & Brice, in Cumberland, 1831
By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, issued out of Allegany county court and to me directed, against Theodosia Morrison, Adm'x, and Lewis F. Klipstine, Adm'r, of John Morrison, deceased, at the suit of the State of Maryland use of Mary Hammill and Nancy Hammill, I will sell for cash, at James Parris' tavern, in Western Port—
On Saturday the 7th day of January 1832,
Two Negro Boys,
named SAUL and BRICE, seized and taken as the property of said Theodosia Morrison, Adm'x, and Lewis F. Klipstine. Adm'r, of John Morrison deceased, to satisfy said claims.
Sheriff Of Allegany county.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 21
The Advocate, Cumberland
Slaves, Western Maryland
Western Maryland, 1800-1864