Two Women, a Man, and Three ChildrenJuly 31, 1766 Colonial & Early National (1746-1820)
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An advertisement announcing the estate sale of President Samuel Finley, held at the President's House on campus.
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TO BE SOLD.At public vendue, on the 19th of August next, at the presidents house in Princeton, all the personla estate of the late Revd. Dr. SAMUEL FINLEY, consisting of,Two Negro women, a negro man, and three Negro children, household furniture, horses, and neat cattle, a light waggon, a new