• octavo, single sheet, inscribed in ink, written in the hand of one Wesley Gilham and signed by him as well as two other witnesses, very good condition.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, neatly inscribed in ink, in very good, clean and legible condition, dated 4 August 1848 and 11 August 1848.
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  • folio, 4 pages, inscribed in pencil on lined paper, folded, some fading, smudging and toning to portions of first, page, one line badly faded, portion at left hand margin of first leaf torn, not affecting any text, else in good condition. Occasional…
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  • quarto, two pages of four page bi-folium, old folds, some loss of text on second leaf, resulting from a hole where sealing wax was removed, else very good.
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  • quarto, two pages, on the letterhead of Anderson's Employment Service, of Richmond. Old  folds, some splitting along folds, else good. The letterhead states of Anderson's agency: "An Employment Agency in a Class of its Own, reliable and Responsible Oldest and Largest Shippers…
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  • Folio, 8 pages, folded, some minor wear and soiling, few small holes at fold intersections, neatly inscribed in ink, very good.
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  • large folio, (sheets measure 15.5 x 10”), 9 pages, folded, docketed: “Armement de Jean Marie – 2me Voyage,” neatly inscribed in ink, in very good clean and legible condition.
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  • Paris: De L’Imprimerie Royale, 1734, quarto, eight pages, untrimmed and uncut, a fine copy. This concerns the shipping of slaves to America, and their barter against, sugar, cotton and other goods, and gives a specimen of the certificate and bill of lading required.
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