Negroes for Sale.
A Cargo of very fine stout Men and Women, in good order and fit for immediate service, just imported from the Windward Coast of Africa, in the Ship Two Brothers.–Conditions are one half Cash or Produce, the other half payable the first of January next, giving Bond and Security if required.
The Sale to be opened at 10 o’Clock each Day, in Mr. Bourdeaux’s Yard, at No. 48, on the Bay.
May 19, 1784
To be Sold for Credit, at Private Sale.
AMONGST which is a Carpenter, non of whom are known to be dishonest.
Also, to be sold for Cash, a regular bred young Negroe Man-Cook, born in this Country, who served several Years under an exceeding good French Cook abroad, and his Wife a middle aged Washer-Woman, (both very honest) and their two Children. Likewise. a young Man a Carpenter.
For Terms apply to the Printer.