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Four o'clock in the afternoon of the same day all the right, title and interest of the late Elgar Waterman
into and upon the following negro slaves, viz: -- Ned, Cato, Armstel, Milly, Lucy, Persilla, Isaac,
Jacob and Billa, levied on and to be sold at the suit of Charles Seton to satisfy the amount to the said
judgment and cost. Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers.

James R. Hanhan
Sheriff St. Johns County
St. Augustine, June 14, 1823
June 28, 1823
Sheriff's Sale

By virtue of a writ for facias, issuing from the Superior Court for the District of East Florida, under a
Judgment obtained in the paid Court by Jaems Crosbie against Francisco Feriera and to me directed,
will be sold in front of the Court house in the City of St. Augustine the 12th day of July next between
the hours of 11 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of the same day all the right,
title and interest of the said Francisca Feriera into and upon Sally, his negro slave. Levied on and to
be sold at the suit of James Crosbie to satisfy the amount of said judgment and cost.
J. R. Hanhan
Sheriff St. Johns County
St. Augustine, June 21, 1823
Sept 27, 1823
Marshall Sale

By virtue of two writs of
fiere facias to me directed and delivered, I will expose to public sale in
front of the Court House of the city of St. Augustine on Wednesday the fifteenth day of October
next at one o'clock in the afternoon a mulatto man named George aged about 22 years now in
possession of Mary Fontane, and taken by virtue of two executions in favor of John M. Hanson
against the said Mary Fountain.

Walters Smith
September 25, 1823
Marshall

Oct 11, 1823  Add Tony to Ferra sale.
Slave Sale for Debts
St. Augustine, Florida
1823
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