Bill of sale for slaves bought by Bolling Hall from William Alexander.
@ Alabama Department of Archives and History, 624 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama 36130
DescriptionHall purchased the slaves, a woman named Amey and her two children, for $500. Alexander agrees to compensate Hall if the woman is found to have a venereal disease: "in case the said negroe woman Amey has the clap or pox as supposed, I will make up for that deficency agreable to the damage the said Hall may sustain thereby." [Original spelling retained.]
600 Ppi Tiff
1803 September 5 1803 09 05
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