Old Newspaper Collections Project

By Clayton, Deb, & Holice

Daily National Intelligencer, Nov. 1838


Extra special thanks to Holice B. Young for being such a trooper and typing a ton of old news articles! Without her this project wouldn't be here!


Daily - National-Intelligencer 11-1839

CASH FOR NEGROES.--the subscriber wishes to purchase a number of Negroes, of both sexes, for the Louisiana and Mississippi markets. He will pay the highest prices the Southern markets will justify. Those wishing to get the highest market price will do well to give him a call at his jail, on 7th street, between the Centre market and Long Bridge, at the rough-cast house that stands in the large garden surrounded by trees, on the west side of 7th street. Negroes are taken on board, at the low price of 25 cents per day, from the country or town. Letters addressed to the subscriber will be attended to promptly.

July 27-dif WM. H. WILLIAMS.


Also the second volume of Peter's Digest of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court, Circuit and district Courts of the United States, from the organization of the United State Government to be completed in 3 volumes.

COLONEL CROCKETT, engraved by C. Stuart, from the original full length portrait by J. G. Chapman., may be had at the bookstore of R. FARNHAM,

Oct Between 9th and 10th sts, Penn. avenue.

Copyright Clayton Betzing, 2001

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