Two-page bill of sale between Stephen Langford and Elisabeth Brown regarding one male slave named Sam, one female slave named Charity, livestock, household effects, kettles, pots, Dutch ovens, etc. in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Four-page bill of sale to multiple persons of the estate of Thomas Jinkins, including tools, books, furniture, arms, livestock, one slave woman, one slave girl, one slave boy, and one slave boy named Peter.
Two-page bill of sale between William Rayman and Richard Harcourt regarding one slave named Nelly, who was to be emancipated on the date of her 30th birthday (March 4th, 1826), in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Bill of sale for "a negroe man slave named Tom," purcahsed by Mr. John Joyce [of Kingston, Jamaica] from James Boyle. Includes additional note that funds will also pay "three weeks allowance and dressing his leg."
Bill of sale for "one negro man named James" purchased by John Joyce of Kingston, Jamaica, from Michell & Daggers. Additional note at bottom signed by Joyce indicates that the "above James runaway" [probably shortly after purchase].
Two-page bill of sale between the Smith Heirs, Ephraim H. Smith, John G. Smith, W. T. Smith, William Smith, Sarah S. Smith, and John Logan and his wife S. F. Logan regarding the slave girl named Sarah, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Bill of sale for a "negro man named Castle" purchased by John Joyce [of Kingston, Jamaica] from Paul Phipps, who sold the slave on behalf of the Honorable Alexander Fullerton, Esquire [possibly of Philadelphia].