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Jamaica (19th Century): 133 advertisements; 3,278 runaway slaves
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Documenting Runaway Slaves Project
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Dataset of newspaper advertisements
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Chambers, Douglas
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University of Southern Mississippi
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Runaway slave advertisements
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Jamaica

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Includes Caribbean files from "Documenting Runaway Slaves" (DRS). Text from: http://aquila.usm.edu/drs/ : The Documenting Runaway Slaves (DRS) research project is a collaborative effort to document newspaper advertisements placed by masters seeking the capture and return of runaway slaves. Dr. Max Grivno and Dr. Douglas Chambers, lead researchers and faculty members in the Southern Miss Department of History, are focusing their pilot project on Mississippi, but plans are already in place to expand the research to the larger Gulf South, the rest of the southern United States, the Caribbean, and Brazil. Runaway slave advertisements personalize history, providing important clues about the lives of slaves, their efforts at self-emancipation, and the viewpoints of their masters. The ads often include first and last names of the slaves and their masters, where they lived, ages, and names of the current and previous slaveholder. They sometimes also include reasons why the slave fled, possible destinations, clothing, special skills or talents, and personality features. This project will gather these documents and organize them into a full-text searchable online resource for academic researchers, genealogists and anyone who wants to learn more about this time period. The Documenting Runaway Slaves research project has received generous support from the Mississippi Humanities Council (http://www.mshumanities.org/), the U.S. National Park Service’s Lower Mississippi Delta Initiative (http://www.nps.gov/history/delta/home.htm), the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program (http://www.nps.gov/subjects/ugrr/index.htm), and The University of Southern Mississippi, including the Department of History (http://www.usm.edu/history), the Center for the Study of the Gulf South (http://www.usm.edu/history/gulf-south), and the College of Arts & Letters (http://www.usm.edu/arts-letters).
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Chambers, Douglas B., "Jamaica Runaway Slaves: 19th Century" (2013). Documenting Runaway Slaves. Paper 3. http://aquila.usm.edu/drs/3
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Research was funded in part by an Aubrey Keith Lucas and Ella Ginn Lucas Endowment for Faculty Excellence Award, University of Southern Mississippi.

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Runaway Slaves in Jamaica (II): Nineteenth Century Edited by Douglas B. Chambers University of Southern Mississippi ( February, 2013 )1 Part 1: Paid Advertisements (18121817)2 1812 12 November 1812 Cornwall Chronicle Spring Garden, St. James Absconde d, about the 24th of August last from Mr. John Dow s settlement, Don side, near York Estate, in the parish of Trelawny, a mulatto slave named TOM, alias TOM DAWSON, by trade a carpenter, about 6 ft. high, 20 years of age, slim made, is very plausible, and will no doubt pass as free. He is well known in the county of Cornwall, having been the Subscriber s waiting boy a number of years, as also in the parish of St. Ann and Spanish Town, having waiting on G. F. COWARD, Esq., some considerable time. He was acco mpanied by a Negro boy belonging to Mr. DOW about 5 ft. high, named STERNE, alias JOHN, well known in the vicinity of St. Ann Bay. Ten Pounds reward will be given on the apprehension of Tom, and one Doubloon on that of Sterne, and lodging them in any gaol or workhouse, or lodging them to Mr. Dow, Don side, near York Estate, in the parish of Trelawny, or to the Subscribers as above. DAVID KERR. 1813 4 January 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Westmoreland Workhouse Absconded, from the above workhouse on Saturday e vening about the 2nd inst., a sambo man, named JOHN. He is about 5 ft. 6 or 7 in. high, is very plausible, speaks good English, and says he belongs to Mr. JOHN BANKS at the Caymanas or Bay Honduras. He was sent in as a runaway, but being very sick in a dropsical state, he was ordered by the Doctor to be taken out of chains till he was better. A Pistole reward will be given for lodging him in any gaol or workhouse or bringing him to the Subscriber. JACOB PESSOA. 1 Research was funded in part by an Aubrey Keith Lucas and Ella Ginn Lucas Endowment for Faculty Excellence Award, University of Southern Mississippi. 2 Newspaper abbreviations: Cornwall Chronicle [CC]; Jamaica Mercury [JM]; Royal Gazette [RG]; Weekl y Jamaica Courant [WJC].

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2 19 January 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Black Riv er Workhouse Made his escape, from the above workhouse on the 12th inst. by breaking a link of the chain, a Negro man named JAMES, a creole, 5 ft. 4 in. high, marked E L on his right shoulder, and belongs to Mr. DREW STRETCH A Pistole reward will be paid for lodging him in any gaol or workhouse by applying to the Subscriber. F. SANDCROFT. 15 February 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Gazeebo, Westmoreland Run away, from the Subscriber on the 14th of December last, a Negro man named DICK, of the Chamba country, about 5 ft. 8 in. high. Has yellow eyes and complexion, with his country marks in both temples, and a few smallpox pits in his face. Has been marked twice on both his shoulders, but one is obscured. He is one of a gang bought of a Mr. ISAAC BARROW who brought them from Kingston, and it is said he belonged formerly to Woodsall s estate in St. Ann. Whoever will apprehend said Negro, and lodge him in gaol, or deliver him to me at the above place, shall receive a Pistole reward from DANIEL HILTON. 3 March 1813 Cornwall Chronicle St. Ann. Workhouse Ran away, from the driver this day, a creole Negro named BUDGET, alias HENRY, 5 ft. 11 in. high, stout made, no mark, formerly belonged to JOHN BLAGROVE Esq., Cardiff Hall Estate (where it is supposed he is gone) [sic ] but sentenced to this workhouse for life. Whoever returns the said Negro, or lodges him in any workhouse, and give information to the Subscriber, shall receive two Pistoles reward. JOHN KENDRICK. 10 March 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Porto Bello Ran away, from the Subscriber, a Negro man named POMPEY, of a very dark complexion, about 5 ft. high, marked on the left shoulder M L on top. Whoever will bring him to the Subscriber, or give any information respecting him, will be thankfully rewarded. G. LAWSON. 14 April 1813 Cornwall Chronicle St. George Workhouse COVENTRY, a Papa [Popo] 5 ft. 6 in. high, marked E D on right shoul der, to Golden Grove

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3 Estate; was sent in from that property for punishment on the 22nd December 1811, made his escape on the 12th June 1812, and has since been apprehended on Belfield Estate, in St. Mary and sent in as a runaway. 22 April 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Montego Ba y Half a Joe reward. Ran away, from the Subscriber, a Negro named MANCHESTER, belonging to Mrs. CATHERINE BINNS He was seen lurking about the Bogue Estate. It is probable he is about Mount Pleasant or Childermas Estate. The above rewar d will be paid on his being lodged in any workhouse or gaol, or being return to ASA W. WILDER. 10 December 1813 Cornwall Chronicle Westmoreland Ran away, a mulatto woman named MARY, or MARY FITZGERALD. A reward of two Pistoles will be paid for taking her up, and delivering her to the Subscriber, or lodging her in a workhouse. DAVID FINLAYSON. 1814 18 July 1814 Cornwall Chronicle Came here, in very great distress, about three weeks ago, a Negro man with a large ulcerated leg and bleeding much, and almos t without cloaths; he says his name is BILLY, and belonged to a Mr. FRASER who is gone off the island. Any person proving him their property, may have him by paying for this advertisement, and other expenses. JAMES HEDLEY Catadupa. 1815 7 July 1815 Co rnwall Chronicle Montego Bay Ran away, about ten days ago, a Negro man named WILL, about 5 ft. 9 in. high, of a dark complexion, and slim made. It is supposed that he will endeavour to get off the island the fleet; all masters of vessels are cautioned from carrying said Negro off. A liberal reward will be paid to any person giving information where he is to be found, or lodge him in any gaol or workhouse, upon application to the Subscriber. RAYNES WAITE.

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4 23 July 1815 Cornwall Chronicle Latium Two Doubloons reward. Ran away, from the Subscriber, a Negro man named BEN, a carpenter by trade, marked R O on both shoulders. He formerly belonged to RICHARD OTTO, afterwards to COLIN GRANT and by him sold to JOHN McCLELLAND a carpenter, Montego Bay. He is about 5 ft. 4 in. high, dark complexion, is very artful, and is supposed to have procured a false ticket, by which means he may endeavour to pass as free. He is well known in Westmoreland and Hanover, where has been repeatedly taken up for the same offense. The a bove reward will be paid to any one apprehending and lodging him in any gaol or workhouse in the island, and a further reward of twenty Pounds on proving to conviction by whom harboured, will be paid on application to Mr. Joseph Dawes, merchant, Montego Ba y, or here to WILLIAM CLARKE. 8 September 1815 Cornwall Chronicle Windsor Lodge, St. James Absconded, from Grange Hill in Westmoreland on or about the 12th of June, a Negro man named WILL, of the Congo country, and having his country marks on the face. H e is marked HKPC on his shoulder, on his cheeks, and on his breasts, though they may be somewhat obliterated. He is about 5 ft. 3 or 4 in. high, is stoutish made, and has an impediment in his speech, and is very artful. He is a carpenter by trade, and is w ell known in the parish of Hanover and Westmoreland, having worked with Mr. J. Falconer upwards of six years. He has a wife on Cariwina Estate, in the latter parish, where it is supposed he may be skulking. A reward of one Doubloon will be given, upon lodg ing him in any workhouse by C. McNish, Savanna la Mar, J. Fray, Montego Bay, or the Subscriber. JOSEPH CAREY. 26 December 1815 Cornwall Chronicle Trelawny Workhouse A Pistole Reward. Absconded, on Thursday 21st inst., JAMES, a creole Negro man, for some years past has been a driver here; he is a likely plausible fellow, of yellow complexion, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high, marked on his left shoulder R R, on top. He was seen at Berrydale Estate, and is supposed to be gone to Alex. McIntosh, Esq. s, settlement, wh ere he has a wife and child. The above reward will be paid on lodging him in any Workhouse, by JAMES HUNTER, sup. 1816 5 January 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Montego Bay

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5 Ran away, on the 1st January, the following Negroes namely SIMON, GEORGE, JEM, CHESTER, and ADAM. Any person taking up the same, and bringing them to the Subscriber, or giving information where they may be found, will be liberally rewarded. JOHN FICHETT.3 30 January 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Lucea Ran away, from the Subscriber on the 27th inst., a [mulatto] brown man named JAMES CROOKS, by trade a saddler, and is well known in the parishes of Hanover and St. James. Any person apprehending him shall receive, on application to the Subscriber, a suitable reward. All captains of ships are hereby cautioned not to take the above person off the Island, as the law will be strictly enforced against them. GEORGE HOPKINS. 31 January 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Lucea Ran away, on the 10th instant, a Negro woman named FLORA, a creole, of a yellow complexion, about 21 years of age, marked on her right shoulder A M C and carried away her child named AMELIA, thirteen months old. She has her mother living in Kingston, and is very artful. Any person lodging her in any workhouse will receive eight Dollars reward, by applying to the store of LEE & McCALLUM. 1 March 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Small Field Ranaway, from the Subscriber, about the 26th of December last, a Negro man named GEORGE, a Congo, about 25 years of age, and 5 ft. 8 in. high, a little pitted with the small pox. On lodging him in any gaol or workhouse, a suitable reward will be given, on application to the Subscriber, at this place, or Montego Bay. DUN. MACFARLANE. 7 June 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Ranaway, from Aloa, near Dry Harbour, St. Ann, a Negro woman named AMY, a creole. She is very black and slim, has a mole under chin, and is well known at Montego Bay and Falmouth, as 3 See also Cornwall Chroncile 18 January 1816 Montego Bay Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a Negro man named SIMON; has a sore on his leg, and his marked on the right shoulder with the letter F Any person taking up the same, and br inging him to the Subscriber, shall be liberally rewarded. JOHN FINCHETT.

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6 she was born at the former place; she is very artful and it is likely she may have procured a false ticket. She ranaway in comp any with a mulatto slave man named WILLIAM CARR, who is a tailor by trade, and sometimes works as a sailor on board of droggers; he passes himself as free, but belongs to Mrs. SPARKS a brown woman, at Montego Bay. Whoever takes up the said Negro woman name d Amy, and lodges her in any workhouse, shall receive a suitable reward by applying to Mr. D. Sutherland, Falmouth; Mr. Samuel Anderson, Montego Bay; or the Subscriber, at Dry Harbour. BEN. HENDERSON. 26 July 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Montego Bay Runaway, from the Subscriber on Monday the 8th instant, a Negro woman named MYRTILLA; she is lame of the left leg, and well known in the neighbourhood. Any person lodging her in any workhouse shall receive a Pistole reward, or two Doubloons on proving to conviction by whom she is harboured. WILLIAM FARQUHARSON. 28 August 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Belle Vue, Trelawny Absented herself from this place, the early part of the present month, a stout, healthy, young black woman named DINAH, late the property of Dr. W. M. SPENCE from whom she was purchased; supposed to be harboured about Montego Bay or Lucea, having family connexions in both towns. Any person or persons lodging her in any gaol or workhouse, shall receive a Doubloon reward, on application to W. F. HOLT. 6 September 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Ranaway, about three weeks past, a Negro man named WILLIAM (well known by the name of QUASHIE at Falmouth) [sic] He was formerly a cook at Robert s tavern; tall and stout, one of his legs swelled with a scar or sore on the ankle. Four Dollars reward will be given on lodging him in any workhouse, by application to H. I. ISAACS Montego Bay, or in Kingston to M. Shannon. 11 September 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Hine s Lodge Absented herself from the Subscriber, early in July inst., a Negro woman named ANNE, much pockpitted, about 38 years of age, yellowish complexion, 5 ft. high, is very plausible, lately the property of Mr. WETZLAR Montego Bay, from whom she was purchased in December last; supposed to be harboured about Montego Bay or its vicinity. Any person or persons lodging her in any gaol or workhouse, shall receive a Half Joe reward, on application to JOHN HINE.

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7 17 September 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Lucea Ranaway, from the Subscriber, on Wednesday last, a Negro boy a bout 16 years of age, 5 ft. high, black complexion, had on when he left home, sheeting trowsers, yorkstripe jacket, and a new striped holland shirt; very plausible and may perhaps attempt to pass as free; his name is JAMES. Any person appr e hending and lod ging him in any gaol or workhouse, or bringing him to the Subscriber, shall receeive One Doubloon reward. R. RUSEA. 21 September 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Ranaway, since February last, from Dundee Estate, Hanover, a creole Negro man, named ROBIN. He is an artful fellow, and will change his name, 5 ft. 6 in. or 8 in. high, has an impediment in his speech, and when speaking fast stutters; rather lame from being knock kneed, marked on both shoulders W M on top. He is supposed to be harboured either at Mr. Malcolm s Mount Pelier, or Alexandria, where he has connexions. Five Pounds reward will be paid by the overseer of the Estate, for apprehending the said Negro, or lodging him in any of the different wo rkhouse. (Hanover) [sic]. 8 October 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Richmond Hill Absented herself from Richmond Hill settlement, in September last, a Negro woman, named MARGARET, of a yellow complexion and stout made. She is marked E P on both shoulders, is ver y plausible, and passes under the name of SAMBO MARY. She is supposed to be harboured in the neighbourhood of Black River. Any person apprehending or bringing her to the Subscriber shall be liberally rewarded. S. L. PETGRAVE. 8 October 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Armagh, Trelawny One Doubloon Re ward Ranaway, on the 18th August last, a creole Negro named ALLICK, about 17 years of age, of a slender make, with some yellow spots on his face. It is suspected he has gone to St. Elizabeth, in company with the servan ts of some Gentleman who attended the Falmouth Races. The above reward will be paid on his being delivered to the Subscriber, or lodged in any workhouse. THOMAS WILLIS.

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8 26 October 1816 Cornwall Chronicle Montego Bay A young creole Negro man, named GEORG E, nearly 6 ft. high, has absented himself from the Office of this paper. He formerly belonged to ELIZABETH RENAUD of this town, where he is well known, but having a brother and some other connexions in Spanish Town, it is supposed he may be lurking there about. A Pistole reward will be paid on lodging him in the gaol or workhouse. ( SHERGOLD & GUTHRIE ) [sic]. 1817 4 August 1817 Cornwall Chronicle St. James Workhouse Escaped, from out of one of the Cells of this place, by breaking through the partition thereof, and climbing over the roof of the Workhouse, some time in the night of the 29th of last month, that noted villain named MITCHELL, a Mundingo, 5 ft. 8 in. high, has his country marks on his temples and cheeks, skin very black, brandmarked W on both shoulders, and said he belonged to the Retrieve Estate, Westmoreland. Also escaped from the Drivers, on the 31st of the said month, by breaking the collar from off his neck, a stout powerful Negro man, named RICHARD, a Mundingo, 5 ft. 10 in. high, no visible brand mark, but has his country marks the same as Mitchell, and said he belonged to Mr. HECTOR FRASER. Both of these Negroes were, it is said, accomplices in breaking open negro houses in divers places, and committing many shameful robberies before they were apprehended and sent here. It is strongly suspected that as one of Mr. Westmore s cooper Negroes, who is hired to Catherine Hall Estate, and reported to be a brother of Mitchell s, he and Richard will endeavour to get themselves harboured at the said estate. Two Pistoles reward is hereby offered to whoever will apprehend the above mentioned Negroes, and delivering them at this, or any other workhouse. WILLIAM BALL, sup. 3 September 1817 Cornwall Chronicle Montego Bay Two Doubloons reward for apprehe nding, and lodging in any gaol or workhouse, a Negro man named MATT, who formerly belonged to Mr. DALE of Barbary Hill wharf, in Hanover; then to Mr. JOHN SANDLANDS and afterwards to Mr. PETER HOWDON, from whom the Subscriber purchased him. He is of a co al black complexion, about 5 ft. 5 in. high, very stout made, and has a scar on the right side of his face. It is supposed he has been hiring himself on board of droggers and to fishermen, about Salt Maria and Falmouth. Also, one Doubloon reward for apprehending and lodging in any workhouse, a Negro man named DAMON, who formerly belonged to Mr. VINCENT s estate, and then to the Peak Penn, in Hanover. He is slim made, about 5 ft. 3 or 4 in. high, and has remarkable light coloured eyes. W. ALLEN.

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9 22 September 1817 Cornwall Chronicle Lucea Ranaway, in August last, an Ebo Negro man named WILLIAM, by trade a cooper, the property of COLIN GRANT late of the parish of Hanover, deceased; about 5 ft. 5 in. high, yellow complexion, has got a mark on his cheek suppos ed his country mark, pretty stout made, apparently about 35 years old. Five Pounds reward will be paid to any one securing him, and ten Pounds on proving to conviction by whom harboured. CUTHB. POTTS. 26 September 1817 Cornwall Chronicle Trelawny Ranaway from Greenfield Estate, a sambo man named JOHN, or JOHN HALL GALLIMORE 24 years of age, rather tall, of a mild demeanour; he can work as a tailor; his occupation was cattle man. Also, some time before, TRYALL, or JAMES DOUGLAS a creole Negro, short and rather stout; 22 years of age; he plays on the fiddle. And, OLIVER, a creole Negro, promising to be stout, and middle sized, 19 years of age; aquiline nose. Whoever will give such information to JAMES MUNRO, at the Rock, as may lead to the return of any of these to the Estate, sh all be handsomely rewarded. Part 2: Workhouse Lists (18101817) 1810 Black River Workhouse 1810. [CC] MARCUS, a creole, to Mr. EDWARD CALLEN, marked E C on right shoulder; committed by A. Girdwood, Esq., 5 ft. 7 in. high. 6/20 JOHNSTON, a Moco to Mr. PIGOT marked I L on right shoulder; committed by A. Girdwood, Esq., 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/23 NEPTUNE, a Moco to RICHARD BOUCHER Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked R B on both shoulders. 12/12 Clarendon Workhouse 1810. [CC] JOE, a creole, says he belongs to Miss GRAY a free black woman, Kingston, marked apparently with I H on both shoulders, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 11/17 JACK, a creole, to the estate of SARAH MORRIS a free woman, Kingston, marked S M on top, on both shoulders and br easts, 5 ft. 43/4 in. high. 12/5

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10 Kingston Workhouse 1810. [CC] SALLY, a creole, to Mr. EWER no visible brandmark, has several blots. 11/5 KING, a Nago [Yoruba] to ELLISON mark on right shoulder not distinct. 12/6 Morant Bay Workhouse 1810. [CC] BOB, an Angola says he belongs to a free Eboe woman in Kingston named Miss MARY, marks of flogging on his back; committed by Thomas Thomson, Esq., 5 ft. 8 in. high. 12/14 Portland Workhouse 1810. [CC] DASHER, an Eboe says he belongs to Lowlayton Esta te, no mark, had on an iron collar. 12/28 St. Andrew Workhouse 1810. [CC] TONEY, a creole, formerly to Sir CHARLES PRICE now says he is free, but has no document thereof, marked C P both shoulders; taken up by a Maroon. 12/19 St. Ann Workhouse 1810. [CC] MARY, country unknown, says she belongs to the Rev. Mr. REES she appears to be insane. 11/21 ROWLAND, a creole, to Mr. BULL Spanish Town, has a scar over the right eye. 12/2 St. George Workhouse 1810. [CC] JOHN, country unknown, formerly the pr operty of Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, Pimento Grove, St. Mary, but sold by Messrs. HALL & FERGUSON to Rhine Estate, St. Thomas in the East, marked T H 2/13 WILKS, a Mundingo, to the estate of JACOB A. OOSTERLAND. 2/11 QUASHIE, says he was born in Georgia, and that he is free, but has no documents thereof, much pock pitted and knockkneed. 2/19 DIANA, a creole, to the late Mr. CABARES no mark. 2/28 St. James Workhouse 1810. [CC] CHARLES, a creole, to Lottery Estate, no brand mark, 5 ft. 33/4 in. high. 12/15 JAMES, an Eboe to EDWARD SHAW Esq., brandmark apparently E S on right shoulder, has a large sore on his left leg, and a remarkable scar on the right corner of his mouth, 5 ft. 41/2 in.

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11 high. 2/28 YORK, a Coromantee to Mrs. BLACK at Falmouth, the br and marks on his shoulders are illegible, has a film on his left eye, over which he wears a piece of silk, bound on by a handkerchief tied round his head, which is remarkable grey, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 3/11 TOM, a Coromantee to Mr. MARCY no brandmark, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/11 LETTICE, a creole, to Golden Grove Estate, no brandmark, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 3/13 JUNO, a Moco to Mr. WEATHERBURN, now off the island, says Mr. BLYTHE is her trustee, brandmarks on both shoulders apparently A V, on top, 5 ft. high. 3/13 HANNAH, a creole, to Carrickfoil Estate, no brandmark, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/23 CHARLOTTE, an Eboe to Froom Estate, no brandmark, 5 ft. 12/ in. high. 3/23 HARRIOT, a Canga to Fairfield Estate, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/27 QUAMIN, a Papa, to Golde n Grove Estate, Hanover, no visible brandmark, is elderly, and little finger on right hand contracted inwards, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 3/28 SARAH, a Nango [Nago?], to Golden Grove Estate, Hanover, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 3/28 St. Mary Workhouse 1810. [CC] FRANK, a Mungola [Angola] to the estate of LEWIS WILLIAMS or the heirs of ANN WILLIAMS a free woman of colour, committed by Peter Grant, Esq., 5 ft. 8 in. high. 10/16 MARY, a creole, and her two children FRANK and HANNAH BAILEY, to Mr. BAILEY Kingston, marke d R H on top, on left arm, and E B on right shoulder. 12/18 Spanish Town Workhouse 1810. [CC] ROSE, a Moco to the estate of Mr. COLMAN dec., marked W C left shoulder, sent in by KITTY COLMAN, her owner, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 8/27 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. TROWER dec., late overseer on Prospect Estate, marked G M both shoulders, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/26 PHILLIS, a Mungola to Mr. W. LAYBOURN, off the island, in possession of D. McDONALD, Esq., Old Harbour, marked L right shoulde r, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 10/26 JULIET, alias ELIZABETH RUSSELL a creole, to MARY REID, Port Antonio, mark right shoulder obliterated, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 11/1

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12 LEWIS, a Mundingo, to Messrs. BOGLE and JOPP King ston, has lost all the toes on his left foot, save the great toe, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 11/4 MOLLY, a French creole says she belongs to some one at Jeremie, who is dead, marked apparently I N E M left breast. 12/6 Westmoreland Workhouse 1810. [CC] GEORGE, a Coromantee to the estate of Miss BETSEY WALKER dec., Kingston, no mark, committed by James Brown, Esq., 5 ft. 8 in. high. 10/8 BILLY, a creole boy, to Mr. JOSEPH BRISSETT Content Estate, Hanover, no mark, committed by Thomas Hill, Esq., 5 ft. 2 in. high. 10/5 LIMERICK, a Congo, to the estate of Mr. McCARTHY, dec., Montego Bay, marked R M C both shoulders, committed by James Robert Tomlinson, Esq., 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/31 1811 Black River Workhouse 1811. [CC] SAMPSON, a Mundingo to Mr. THOMAS WILKINSON, no visible mark. 1/5 CHARLOTTE, an Eboe to Miss CROWE no visible mark. 2/27 [ NONAME ] a Congo, new Negro, name and owner unknown, marked M M on right shoulder. 2/19 BEHAVIOUR, an Eboe to Mr. VERNEUIL no mark. 2/26 CUPID, a creole, to Mr. MAHONEY, marked I B on right shoulder. 2/26 FREDERICK, a creole, to Three Mile River Estate, the property of J. GRAHAM Esq., marked I C on both shoulders. 3/5 ABBY, an Eboe to Midgham Penn, St. Elizabeth, mark on both shoulders not plain. 3/54 PRINCE, a Congo to Mr. STEWART, mark on right shoulder not plain. 3/8 JOHN, a mulatto boy, to Mr. FERGUSON, no mark. 3/10 4 Montego Bay, 23 Aug. 1811. Runaway a negro woman named ABBY, marked on both shoulders not plain, she formerly belonged to Midgham Penn, in Westmoreland. Six Dollars reward will be paid to any person lodging her in any workhouse, or delivering her to JOHN BAPTEST.

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13 CUPID, an Eboe to Mr. EGLIN marked B B on right shoulder. 3/12 Clarendon Workhouse 1811. [CC] THOMAS, a c reole, alias ALLICK alias ALEX. BROWN, first said he was free but now says he belongs to Mr. LOVESEY a tavern keeper, Kingston. 1/9 LONDON, a creole, to Mr. JOHN HUTCHISON, Kingston or St. Andrew, marked both shoulders with P R. 1/16 CUBENNA, a Moco to JAMES RATS marked on right shoulder I Y 2/14 ROBERT, an Eboe says to Mr. FYSELL St. Thomas in the East, he had in his possession several open letters directed to William Clark, Esq., and a pass signed by said Clark dated Bath, 10 December 1809. 2/22 THOMAS, a creole, says to the estate of WILLIAM ROBERTSON of St. Elizabeth, marked on left shoulder and both cheeks W R 2/27 PRIMUS, a creole, to PHILLIS SANDERS a free woman of colour, Spanish Town, marked on right shoulder [ illeg ible ], 5 ft. 7 in. hig h. 3/18 JACK, a creole boy, to Mrs. GOULBOURN, Vere, marked on right shoulder I G 2 on top, 4 ft. 61/4 in. high. 3/20 Hanover Workhouse 1811. [CC] LOUISA, an Eboe to PHOEBE McDONALD a black woman, Westmoreland, no mark but a sore on her thumb, and h er feet much crab yaws eaten,5 5 ft. 1 in. high. 2/18 Kingston Workhouse 1811. [CC] JACK, a creole, marked T C on both shoulders. 1/15 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. HUGSY, no visible brandmark. 1/29 WILLIAM, a Chamba to a Mr. MENZIES marked apparently T P on right shoulder. 2/22 5 This term likely refers to plantars warts. Masters apparently developed their own cures, and presumably the slaves did as well. Here is one known treatment for crab y aws from 1752: Colonel Barclay says, put hog plum tree bark in a pot to boil with water till strong; then place it over a gentle fire, & keep the feet in it as hot as can be bore for nine days and nights, and it will effectually cure the crab yaws that h e cures all his Negroes so; Douglas Hall, In Miserable Slavery: Thomas Thistlewood in Jamaica, 1750 86 (Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 1999), p.38.

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14 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. COHEN, no visible brandmark, has lost part of the small toe of his right foot. 3/2 JOHN, a creole of St. Domingo, to Mr. CLARKE no brandmark, has a sore on the great toe of his left foot. 3/8 SAMPSON, a Moco to Mr. FARMER no visible brandmark, has country marks. 3/9 INIGO, a Mungola to Mr. Todd, Hanover, no visible brandmarks, has country marks. 3/11 ELLICK, a Wakee, to Mr. BASSAN, no visible brandmark, has country marks. 3/16 MARTIN, a Mundin go to Mr. DALLY no visible brandmark. 3/16 SAMPSON, a creole, to Mr. ALEXANDER RUSSELL Spanish Town. 3/18 ROSE, an Eboe to Mr. COHEN, marked D on right shoulder. 3/18 HARRY, a creole, to ALEXANDER RUSSELL Spanish Town. 3/18 Morant Bay Workhouse 1811. [CC] JACK, a Manhabba says he belongs to DAVID DICK, Esq., and that he ran away from Kingston workhouse upwards of two years ago, has country marks, and has the yaws.6 2/11 PRUDENCE, a Nago to Mr. MEIN Port Antonio, of the late Capt. KING marks on both shoulders not plain. 3/2 Port Royal Workhouse 1811. [CC] ISAAC LATHAN, an American, says he is free, but cannot show any document thereof, no mark. 2/12 TOM, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. SIMPSON Kingston, marked A M N on right shoulder. 2/ 12 ISAAC, a creole, to Counsellor TONGE has lost the great toe of his left foot. 3/5 6 A common, and feared, disease thought to be distinctive to slaves with symptons of lesions on the skin that lasted from several weeks to as long as three years. The disease appears to have had a West African origin, but is also associated with severe nutritional deficiencies. The secondary symptons were similar to syphilis, and both were called bubos in the Spanish Americas, though in the Anglophone Caribbean yaws was often compared to leprosy and other contagious scrofulous diseases. See Kiple, The Caribbean Slave pp.21, 136140, 243244 n29.

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15 WILLIAM DOLLAR, a creole mulatto boy, to JAMES LAING Esq., Kingston, no mark, has a scar on his right ankle, and film on one eye. 3/9 St. Andrew Workhouse 1811. [CC ] ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. PALMER Above Rocks, marked L on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 1/29 FORTUNE, a Mundingo, says to the estate of Mr. HAMILTON, formerly to Mr. JOHNSON, dec., marked on one shoulder but not plain. 1/29 NANCY, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. BROWN a man of colour, no visible brandmark. 2/16 GUY, a creole, first said to Mrs. SCOTT but now to Mr. QUEENEBOROUGH, no visible brandmark. 2/22 JACK, a Congo, said he was free but now says he belongs to a Mr. BASSAN, marked B L left shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 2/26 BELINDA, a creole, to Mr. STENNETT, St. Ann, no visible brandmark. 2/26 JAMES, a Moco to GEORGE KINKEAD, Esq., no brandmark. 2/28 MARCH, a Congo, says he formerly belonged to Mr. ROBERT BENNETT but now to Mr. SHAND, marked apparently T or I B on top, on both shoulders. 2/28 NANCY, a Mungola alias ELIZA says she formerly belonged to Mr. CONGREVE but now to Mr. ROMAN, in the mountains, no visible brandmark. 3/1 COLIN, a Mungola to Mr. BARTON, St George, marked apparently B on both shoulders. 3/5 JACK, a Moco to JAMES SMITH Esq., mark on right shoulder not plain; brought in by the Mar oons. 3/7 PETER, an Eboe to Mr. RAINFORD no brandmark, taken up as a runaway, but since committed for robbe ry. 3/7 ANN, a Mungola to Mr. LISSON or ELLISON now says to Mr. BARNETT marked R E on right shoulder. 3/8 POLYDORE, a Mungola to Mr. OHARA, marked apparently L S on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 3/18 PANTOCK, a Congo, to Miss STILES marked C M between, on right shoulder. 3/18

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16 JACK, a creole, to Mr. JAMES FERRIER Mullet Hall Estate, no visible brand mark. 3/15 DIANA, to Miss SWIMMER committed as a runaway, and for robbing negrohouses at Chancery Hall Estate. 3/15 LUCRETIA, a c reole, to Miss BETSEY ALLBULL Manchoniel, marked P within a circle, on both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 3/15 DRAKE, a Mungola to Mr. ELKIN no visible brandmark. 3/18 HARRY, a creole, to Mr. LUNNANS or Mrs. WHIBBY marked apparently F W on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 3/19 NED, a Mundingo, to Miss BOOTH, no visible brandmark; brought in by the Maroons. 3/19 GEORGE, a creole, to Miss or Mrs. NUNES no visible brandmark; brought in by the Maroons. 3/19 LUCRETIA, a creole, to Miss LYDIA FACEY, marked apparently L F on right shoulder. 3/20 TRIM, a Mungola to Mr. SAVAGE marked A 8 8 H on top, within a square, on right shoulder. 3/20 THOMAS, a creole, to Miss MARY GRAHAM no visible brandmark. 3/20 JOHN THOMAS, says he is free, and that he is from the Windward Islands, he is ordered to be brought before the Sitting Magistrates next Tuesday. 3/21 JOE, a creole, to Miss WATERS Kingston, marked H P on left shoulder. 3/21 St. Ann Workhouse 1811. [CC] DICK, a Mundingo, to the estate of GEORGE DICK, dec., a brown man near Pedro River, mark not plain. 1/30 BEN, a Coromantee says he belongs to Mr. C. CAMPBELL Falmouth, marked C C on both shoulders. 3/10 RANDAL, a Congo says he belongs to Mr. JOHN CUNNINGHAM Montego Bay, marked T & D on left shoulder. 3/12 St. Mary Workhouse 1811. [CC] JOHN, a Congo, to Mrs. BELMONT Old Harbour, marked I M F on left shoulder. 1/9

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17 ROSEY, an Eboe to BENJAMIN SCOTT Esq., Bonham Spring. 1/14 SAM, a creole, to Major DOUGLAS Grange Esta te, Hanover. 1/31 JUPITER, a Mungola to Orange Vale Estate, St. George, marked O V on left breast. 2/5 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT RAINFORD Casava River. 2/5 ROBERT, a Coromantee to New Ground Estate. 2/9 Spanish Town Workhouse 1811. [CC] CAESAR a Moco cannot or will not tell his owner s name, but says his master lives near Falmouth, has country marks on his temples and breasts. 1/7 LEMON, a Congo to the estate of Mr. STEWART, Kingston, marked M K in one, on top, both shoulders. 1/16 ANN WILLIAMS, a creole to DUNCAN McDONALD, Esq., Old Harbour Bay, no brandmark. 1/23 BESSY, an Eboe owner unknown, supposed to a coffee work, marked P R both shoulders. 2/4 SALLY, an Eboe owner unknown, marked P R righ t shoulder. 2/4 LIORE, a Papa, to WENTWORTH BAYLEY Esq., marked W B between, left shoulder, and both cheeks. 2/9 HOMER, a creole, to Mr. EMSLEY George Inn, St. George, has the marks of an old sore on the right cheek. 2/9 PETER, a Mungola to a brow n woman named MARY BRUSH, Kingston, marked I B right shoulder, and I B [upside down] left shoulder. 2/21 SARAH, a creole, to Two Mile Wood, BECKFORD s, no brandmark. 2/23 CHARLES, a Wakee to Mr. SILVERA Stoney Hill, marked R E, on top, right shoulde r. 2/25 TITUS, a Mundingo, to Mr. WILES Botonic Garden, marked N M [the M upside down], right breast and both shoulders. 2/25 JAMES, a Mungola to a Miss WATERS Kingston, has the marks of an old sore on the left shoulder. 2/26

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18 THOMAS, a Congo, to DUTT ON TURNER Esq., mark on left shoulder not plain, has his country marks on his breast and back. 2/27 JOHN, an Eboe to WILLIAM HEWITT, Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked A W right shoulder. 3/5 YORK, a creole, to the estate of Mr. JOHN MOYES dec., mark on both shoulders obliterated. 3/9 KELLY, a Moco to Dr. DAVID DAW a saddler, Kingston, has some of his lower teeth out. 3/13 JACK, an Eboe to Dr. DAVID DAW a saddler, Kingston, his country marks on his forehead. 3/13 EDWARD, a Moco to a brown man named ROBI NSON of Withywood, mark on right shoulder obliterated, has the marks of an old sore on the right side of his neck. 3/13 ROBERT, a Congo to Mr. SHANNON of Kingston, marked T M between, on the shoulders. 3/16 TOM, a creole, to JAMES LAING Esq., Goshen, St. Ann, marked G between, right shoulder. 3/16 TOM, a Papa, to SCHWELLISBURG Estate, St. Ann, marked M E between, both shoulders. 3/16 SAMPSON, a Chamba to Mr. MICHA EL SAMUELS Old Harbour, marked M 8 left shoulders, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 3/16 KING, a Congo to Capt. BUSHMAN, Kingston, marked on left shoulder not plain, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 3/22 Trelawny Workhouse 1811. [CC] RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. LEWIS Montego Bay, no mark, 5 ft. 1/4in. high. 2/18 JOSEPH ANTONIO, a native of Curacao, says he is free but has no documents thereof, no mark, 5 ft. 31/4 in. high. 2/28 NANCY, a Moco to WILLIAM PITTER Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked P on top, right shoulder, 5 ft. 1/4in. high. 3/12 JOHN, a Mundingo, to a Mr. OGAN, Hanover, small country marks on both cheeks, 5 ft. 7 7/8 in. high. 3/14

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19 Westmoreland Workhouse 1811. [CC] JASON, a creole, to Mrs. BERNARD, Montego Bay, no mark, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 1/18 DICK, a Mundingo, to Golden Grove Estate, Hanover, no mark, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 2/26 JAMES, a Cango [ Canga ?], to Mr. JOHN WIGGAN, St. James, no mark, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 2/26 SAM, a Congo, to Silver Grove Estate, Hanover, no mark, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 3/12 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. BEVERIDGE Kingston, no mark, 5 ft. 11 in. high. 3/12 1812 Clarendon Workhouse 1812. [CC] BILLY, a Congo to Ballard s River Estate, 5 ft. 3 1/2 in. high. 11/27 BETSEY THOMPSON, an Eboe says she belongs t o Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, gone off the island, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 12/3 HARRY, a Congo, to ROBERT ROSS Esq., Dunants Penn, now says to Richmond Estate, St. Mary. 12/24 Kingston Workhouse 1812. [CC] JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. COWELL. 10/30 St. Andrew Workhouse 1812. [CC] ROBERT, a creole, to the estate of Mr. CLUNES dec., marked R B left shoulder. 12/3 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. BRYANT dec., scars of brandmarks on both shoulders. 12/24 St. Ann Workhouse 1812. [CC] QUASHIE, to GEORGE BARRISS Esq., sent in for punishment. 11/2 BILLY, to LANDOVERY. 12/24 Spanish Town Workhouse 1812. [CC] CHARLES, a Nago to WILLIAM BAILLIE, Esq., St. Andrew, marked W B both shoulders, on top, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 9/21 JAMES, a Chamba to Coc oa Walk, Clarendon, Mr. AGUILAR marked G I right shoulder,

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20 committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 10/19 POMPEY, a Portuguese [Congo] to Mr. R. THOMPSON, Kingston, or Lora Penn, marked both shoulders but obliterated, committed by town clerk, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 10/26 JAMES, a creole, to the estate of Livermore, dec., no brandmark, sent in by Mr. W. Frankson a brown man, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 11/4 JACK, an Eboe belonging formerly to a Mr. FALCONER who he says is now dead, marked I G right shoulder, comm itted by town clerk, 4 ft. 101/2 in. high. 11/13 BESSEY, a Congo, to JAMES LAING Esq., now says to the estate of Mr. GEORGE STEPHENSON, dec., formerly overseer on Southfield Estate, St. Ann, has her country marks on her neck and forehead. 12/28 CHARLES a Broman says to a Mr. JONES at some Estate to windward, now off the island, marked right shoulder, obliterated, has country on his arms and breast, his over teeth filed. 12/28 1813 Black River Workhouse 1813. [CC] MARY, a Congo, to Mr. REID St. Ann, no mark. 1/2 WILLIAM, an Eboe says his master is dead, and that his name was HILL and lived at Wear Park or Moore Park, he believes in Hanover, no brandmark, has a number of scars on his back and shoulders, and his right ear slit. 1/4 SHARP, a Mo co to Miss SUSAN TURNER marked S T on top, on right shoulder. 1/9 CLINKER, a Coromantee to Mr. JOHN GORDON, marked I I on right shoulder. 3/12 BETTY, a creole, formerly to George s Valley, now to Messrs. JACQUES, LAING and CO. no mark. 3/13 BESSY, a Congo, to the estate of JAMES McIN TOSH, Esq., dec., no mark. 3/25 JACK, a creole, to Mr. COCKEN, Parnassus Estate, Clarendon, marked D H on both shoulders. 3/28 JOHN, a creole boy, to Mr. RUSSELL Shrewsbury Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 4/2 JAMES, a Congo, to Mr. TROUGHT St. James, m ark not plain. 4/5 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. ASHBURN, Old Harbour, marked I E A on left shoulder, has lost

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21 one of his legs. 4/9 JAMES, a creole, to the Ramble Penn, Hanover, no mark. 4/12 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. HEWING or Ewing Crawl, Clarendon, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 10/1 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. SILVERA Kingston, marked A8 and other marks below not plain, left shoulder. 10/20 JACK, a creole, to Mr. COCHRANE Parnassus Estate, Clarendon, marked B H on both shoulders. 10/27 JOHN, a Congo, to DONALD McFARLANE Esq., Kingston, marked W B M W below, right shoulder, and W B between, left shoulder. 12/3 BILLY, a creole boy, to Mrs. RUSSELL Culloden, Westmoreland, no mark. 12/3 FLAVIA, a creole, to GoodHope Estate, Trelawny, no mark. 12/23 Clarendon Workhouse 1813. [CC] QUACO, a creole, to Amity Hall, Vere, mark on rig ht shoulder not plain. 2/17 JOHN, a Congo, to DUNKERLY s Dry River, Vere, mark right shoulder A D 3/29 MARIA, a Congo, to Miss CATHERINE MOWBRAY, Kingston, marked right shoulder C M 3/12 JOHN, an Eboe says he did belong to Mr. ROBERT LAING Spanish T own, was shipped off the country, and has returned, marked on left shoulder L M right A M C with his country marks. 3/14 RICHARD, a Mungola says to BILLY JOHNSON a free man of colour, St. Mary, marked on right shoulder C ID 3/16 HENRY, a Mundingo, s ays to Mr. THOMAS ROBERTSON, Port Maria, St. Mary, much pitted with the smallpox. 3/27 BILLY, a Mundingo, to Mr. BARNET JOSEPH, Kingston, marked on right shoulder A W 4/10 QUAMINA, a Chamba to WILLIAM JACKSON, Esq., Old Harbour. 4/19 JULY, a creole, t o Mr. JOHN ALLAN, St. Ann, marked on right shoulder I A 4/20

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22 BILLY, a Congo to Mr. BAIRD Spanish Town, who he says keeps a tavern, mark not plain. 4/24 NANCY, a Moco to ROBERT FINLAY Spanish Town, marked D D, on top, on her shoulders, breasts, and cheeks. 4/25 MARY, a Wawoe, to KELLETS estate. 10/4 WILL, a creole, says he belongs to Riverside Estate, Vere, no brand mark. 12/9 GEORGE, a Congo says he belongs to a Mr. CLARKE Falmouth, a carpenter, marked I P I P above, left shoulder. 12/24 Hanover Workhouse 1813. [CC] WILL, a creole, to PETER DOUGLASS Esq., Burnwick Estate, marked C O on both shoulders, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/3 CLARINDA, a Coromantee, to Mrs. CAMPBELL Hanover, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 3/28 J ACK, a Mundingo, to Mr. PRICE Westmoreland, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 4/19 SIMON, a Nago to Mr. J. PANTHER Content, Hanover, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 4/19 Kingston Workhouse 1813. [CC] GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. HENRIQUES mark on both shoulders not plain. 1/8 TOM, a Congo, to HENRY CERF Esq., has marks of a public flogging on both his shoulders. 1/25 DICK, a creole, to PETER HENRY marked H H, between, on both shoulders. 2/17 SUTTON, an Eboe to Mr. BLAGROVE St. Ann, no brandmark. 2/25 ANDREW, a native of Curracoa [sic] says he is free but cannot shew any document thereof, no brandmark, sore on left temple, cut across his lips. 3/8 NANCY BLACK, a creole, to THOMAS BAGNOLD. 3/11 CHARLOTTE, a Coromantee to Mr. TODD, or JOHN STOTT formerly to JACOB HENRI QUES marked with 1 2H left shoulder. 3/11 NANNY, a Coromantee and her child DAVEY, to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., St. Mary, marked with C B right shoulder, mark on left not plain. 3/13

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23 HAMILTON, a Coromantee to Mr. McNALLY marked O M P on top, on right s houlder. 3/15 FORTUNE, a Mungola says he belonged to Mr. JACOB BASSAN, of Port Royal, who said he sold him to a person in the Dock or King s Yard, marked I C on left breast. 3/16 THOMAS, a creole, to GOLDSON, Port Royal, no mark, lump on left temple. 3/ 18 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. BERWICK Morant Bay, marked N on right shoulder. 3/22 JENNY, a Coromantee to POLLY DEVERNIE no brandmark, country marks on her temple. 3/28 SMART, a creole, to Mr. MARTIN no mark, has a deep scar on his forehead. 4/1 ROB ERT, a creole, to Lawes Estate, Vere, no mark. 4/1 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. LUMLEY or Mr. HASTINGS in the country, no visible brand mark. 4/12 PETER, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS WOOD, no mark. 4/21 JAMES, a creole, formerly to Mr. BARR dec., was sold out of Spanish Town Workhouse, and belonged to a Mr. GRIFFITHS late of Savanna la Mar, dec., marked H F below, on breasts and shoulders. 4/21 TOM, an Eboe to JOHN CUNNINGHAM Esq., Montego Bay, marked I C on right shoulder. 6/16 PHILIP, a Mundingo, said he is free, but now says he belongs to Mr. DAVID FINLAY, at Santa Croix, no mark, but crabyaws on hi s right hand and a cut at the corner of his right eye. 9/6 TOM, to Mr. THOMAS GRENVILLE Spanish Town, marked W G on shoulders, on top. 9/10 THOMAS, alias JOHN, a creole, to Richmond Estate, St. Mary, no mark. 9/17 MARY, a creole, to Mr. WARD, [ illeg i ble ] Estate; sent in from Fort August, a scar on her stomach. 9/30 WILLIAM, a creole, says he is free, and that he lived on Ross Mount, St. Mary, no marks, lost one of his top front teeth. 10/7 GRACE, a Chamba to JOHN G. LEWIS Esq., Spanish Town, count ry marks on her belly and face. 10/11

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24 DOLLY, to a Mr. JOHN a carpenter, no mark, part of her toes on the right foot nearly off by a bad sore. 10/28 NEWVY, a Mungola to the estate of Mr. MOLONY dec., marked W C W C on top left shoulder and W and right shoulder. 10/30 BROOKLYN, an Eboe to Mr. McINTYRE no visible brandmarks, has been publicly flogged. 11/1 MAD JOB, a Moco to the estate of Mrs. HOWARD, dec., no visible brand mark. 11/6 WILLIAM FRANCIS, a creole, says he is free, no mark, much pitted with the smallpox. 11/9 JOHN, a creole, to Miss FANNY BURTON, St. Elizabeth, mark on right shoulder not plain. 11/12 WILLIAM, alias MINGO a Nago to Mr. THOMAS BARNES or Mr. NATHANIEL COULSON, Portland, no visible marks, country marks on his face. 11/15 WILLIAM, a salt water creole, to Mr. WILLIAM CARREY marked W C on left and H N on right shoulder. 11/28 ELIZA, a creole, to Mr. CROWN marked L P in one, and on top on left shoulder. 11/30 QUASHIE, a Nago to Mr. BARNES Goodhope Estate, no visible brandmarks, country marks on his forehead. 12/2 QUASHIE, a creole, to Dr. WILLIAM BONNETT Castle Mine, St. Mary, marked W B on both shoulders. 12/16 CLASH, a creole, to Mount Pleasant Estate, Hanover, no mark, has a cut on his forehead. 12/17 NANNY, a Mundingo, to Miss PARCHMENT marked on both shoulders, but not plain, country marks on her belly; sent in from Fort Augusta. 12/20 JANE, a Moco to Mr. THOMAS FARMER no visible brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 12/20 BESSY, a creole, (and her child JAMES) [sic] to Miss WHEELER Spanish Town, no visible brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 12/20 NANCY, a Congo to Mr. MAGILL no mark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 12/20 MARGARET, an Eboe to Mr. SAMUEL CARPENTER marked DUPUIS on both shoulders, in a state of pregnancy; sent in from Fort Augusta. 12/20

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25 Morant Bay Workhouse 1813. [CC] BOB, a Moco to JOHN WARREN, Esq., Somerset, St. David, marked I W on left shoulder, sore on right leg, large mark of an old sore on right side. 1/23 LONDON, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. GEORGE FISHLEY Kingston, marked P I O on right breast, a very stout man. 3/19 QUASHIE, a Nago says he belongs to Spring Garden E state, St. George, marked H 8 S on top, on right shoulder, country marks on his cheeks. 4/7 ROSE, a creole, says she belongs to GEORGE DAWSON, Esq., St. Andrew, marked I G on right shoulder, a film on left eye. 4/8 NED, a Congo says he belongs to JOHN McLEOD Esq., Ecclesdown, Manchioneal, marked apparently McL on left shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 4/19 HERCULES, an Angola says he belongs to Lennox plantation, or to B. CROSSLEY Esq., Spring Garden Estate, St. George, swelled eyes, grey haired; brought in by the Maroons. 4/19 RACHAEL, a creole, says she belongs to Fair Prospect plantation, Manchioneal, sore on left leg, and apparently diseased; brought in by the Maroons. 4/19 JOHN WATERS, a Mundingo, to Monsieur ROSIER overseer on Terra Nova plantation, Portland, marked apparently L C on right shoulder. 11/9 PATIENCE, an Eboe says she belongs to Miss STIRLING a free black woman of Kingston, marked C P on right shoulder, old and sickly. 11/18 MARY, a Yeebooa [Igbo], says she belonged to Made moiselle JEAN MOREAU a brown lady, Kingston, marked I M left shoulder. 12/14 THOMAS, an American, says he formerly belonged to a Mrs. HANNAH HUST who brought him over from America, about twenty years ago, and at her death some years afterwards left him f ree, but has no documents thereof, born in Charleston [South Carolina], marked E W P on one right shoulder. 12/14 FRANK, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. W. MACKIE Williamsfield, St. George. 12/27 Portland Workhouse 1813. [CC] PHOEBE, a Mungola says she belongs to Miss WILTSHIRE Kingston, no brandmark. 9/18 ARCHIE, a Chamba says he belongs to Miss JULIAN KINGSDON. 11/2

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26 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. PACKALL St. Thomas in the East, no brandmarks. 12/5 ADAM, an Eboe says he belongs t o Mr. MEIKLE JOHN, marked U W right shoulder. 12/13 Port Royal Workhouse 1813. [CC] SUE, a creole, to Mr. BOYDEN, Windsor Lodge, Port Royal Mountains, marked owoL on left shoulder. 2/2 KITTY, a creole, says she belongs to ISAAC LEVY, Kingston, no mark. 4/22 RICHARD, a creole, says he belongs to DAVID DE CORDOVA, Kingston, no mark. 4/24 ELEANOR, a Mungola and child SALLY, says she belongs to Mr. LIDDEL 4/24 DOLLY, a creole, to Miss ANN HEMMINGS Spanish Town, no mark. 12/10 St. Andrew Workhouse 1813. [CC] SAM, a Mungola to Mr. KIRKLAND, marked I A on both shoulders. 1/23 JACK, a Mundingo, to Mr. CAMPBELL marked M A on both shoulders. 1/28 ISABELLA, a Mungola to Mr. SPENCE Montego Bay, marked E W on left breast. 2/6 JAMES ROBIN, a creole to Mr. DRUMMOND, no mark. 2/7 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. DALHOUSE Spanish Town, scar on stomach, and another on left foot. 2/10 ROBERT, a creole, to Mrs. SAMUELLS Kingston, had a small chain on his legs. 2/27 MARCH, a Congo, to the estate of Mr. BERRY ma rked T B on top, on left shoulder, a large scar on his back. 3/30 PRESENT, an Eboe to Mr. BASSAN, Port Royal, marked M G on left shoulder. 4/3 SALLY, a Coromantee to Dr. GARROLL Kingston, country marks on arms and breast. 4/4 JASPER, an Eboe to Dr. GARROLL Kingston, no brandmark. 4/7 CHAMBERS, a Succo to Mr. LATIMER old and almost blind. 4/7

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27 SANNO, a creole, to Madam OLIVER Kingston, marked COPY on left shoulder. 4/7 VENUS, an Eboe to Mrs. HANCORNE no mark. 4/10 JONEY, an Eboe to Dr. WEST, or Mr HILL dec., Westmoreland, country marks on his face and neck. 4/10 PATIENCE, an Eboe to Mr. LINDO, has lost the use of her left arm. 4/13 BESSY, a Congo, to Miss MESQUITTO no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 4/13 SUSANNA, a salt water creole, to Mis s TAWS Kingston, marked M T on right shoulder. 4/14 SIMON, a Coromantee to Mr. DUNCOMB mark not plain, a scar over his left eye; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 CHARLES, a Moco to Mr. HOWELL no brand mark, stammers; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 JUPITER, a creole, to Mr. HOWIE mark on right shoulder not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 LOUISA, a Mungola to Miss FACEY no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 PRESENCE, an Eboe to Mr. LAWRENCE mark not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 SALLY, a Mungola and her CHILD (born since she ran away) [sic] to Madame SANETT Kingston, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 CASSILLO, or CASTELLO a Mungola to Mr. SHERRIFF Black River, marked apparently N T on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 4/21 SAM, a Mungola to Spring Garden Estate, a scar on his back; brought in by the Maroons. 4/21 DIANA, an Eboe to Miss FINLEY marked C F on top, on right shoulder. 4/22 DAVIS, a creole, to Miss BRAMMER Kingston, marked W N in one, on both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 4/24 CAESAR, a Moco appearance of flogging on his back, to Messrs. JACQUES, LAING and EWING ; brought in by the Maroons. 4/24 DAVID, a creole, to Mr. GREEN St. Mary, marked W R on right shoulder. 4/24 PROVIDENCE, an Eboe to Mr. CARGILL country marks on his belly. 10/9

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28 JULY, an Eboe to Mr. FARMER marked W E left shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 12/3 BE CKFORD, a Mungola to Messrs. INGLIS MILLS and C O ., Kingston, marked D L L S left shoulder. 12/25 ELIZA, an Eboe to Mr. LEVEIN Kingston, scars both shoulders. 12/25 St. Ann Workhouse 1813. [CC] BUNGIE, a creole, to Mr. STEVENS St. Mary, 4 ft. 6 in. high. 4/4 HANIBAL, to HENRY ASHMEADE Esq. 4/8 HENRY, to C. CROOKER Esq., Spanish Town. 4/10 PASTORA, [ or NELLY] to W. HINDE Esq.7 4/17 THOMPSON, to Mr. ABBOT Kingston. 4/24 SCIPIO, to Mr. WHEALLY a brown man in St. Elizabeth, advertised by Mr. Bigam. 9/24 SARAH, a creole, to the estate of CHARLES SIMS dec., no mark. 12/2 WILLIAM, a black man, to GEORGE GOOD, Kingston, marked [ illeg ible ]. 12/3 OXFORD, to the estate of Mr. TAYLOR by Mr. Bigam. 12/9 NANCY, alias BARBARY alias FANNY, says she belongs to a Mr. BALFOUR a carpenter, dec., (Mr. ROSS her trustee) [sic] was taken up with a forged ticket, going to Falmouth, from Kingston, has a blister mark behind her neck, and two black specks on her left breast. 12/13 St. George Workhouse 1813. [CC] JAMES, a Congo, to Mr. ABRAHAMS Kingston, no mark. 3/5 JOHN, a Mundingo, he belonged to a Mr. GRIFFITHS and was sold to a gentleman near the playhouse, marked I H left shoulder. 3/16 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. BARNETT formerly to Mr. HALL Port Royal marked D K on one shoulder. 9/27 7 A more complete entry was made at Trelawny Workhouse (9 Dec.): PASTORA, or NELLY, a creole, to J. M. JAMES, Rio Bueno, since found out to be Pastora belonging to Mr. HINE, St. Ann, no mark, has a scar of a cut under her right eye, 4 ft. 6 1/2 in. high. 12/9

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29 JAMES, a creole, to Miss MUSELEN Kingston, has the mark of a sore on right shoulder. 10/8 SANCHO, a creole, says he is free, but has no documents thereof. 11/14 ROBERT, says he belongs to a black woman in the parish of Trelawny, formally the Maroon Town, no mark. 12/23 St. James Workhouse 1813. [CC] AGENOR, an Eboe to ELIZABETH CAMPBELL 5 ft. 5 in. high. 12/18 St. Mary Workhouse 1813. [CC] RICHARD, a creole, to Mrs. MASTERS Lucea Bay, marked M K in one, on bot h shoulders. 3/20 JANET, an Eboe to Messrs. ATKINSON and BOGLE Kingston, marked C M on top. 3/21 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. SMART General Post Office, Kingston, marked N C on right and with I T c on top, on left shoulder. 3/21 JACK, an Eboe to ABR AHAM HODGSON, Esq. 4/6 ELSEY, a creole, to Mr. DUNCAN a person of colour, Moneague, marked S C on top, on both shoulders. 4/6 CHRISTMAS, a Nago to Mr. JAMES BELL, Kingston. 4/7 TOM, a Nago to Mr. LITTLEJOHN Spanish Town. 4/9 BACCHUS, a creole, to Mr. RATTIGAN, Brownrigg s Penn, St. Ann. 4/12 ROBERT, a Papa, to Mr. JAMES LEVAT Guy s Hill. 10/19 JACKEY, a Mungola to Mr. ALLEN Withywood, marked W A both shoulders. 10/19 TRIM, a Congo to Mr. JAMES BELL Kingston. 11/9 MINGO, a Congo to Spring Garden Estate, St. George, marked R I on right shoulder. 11/9 TOM BOY, a creole, to COLBECK s estate, St. Dorothy. 11/15 JAMES, a Chamba to Miss McNEAL Princess street, Kingston, or to the estate of Hugh Mackay, dec., has a bent leg and marks of a severe flogging on his back. 11/25

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30 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. PATTERSON millwright, marked I B left shoulder. 12/14 WILLIAM, a creole boy, to SAMUEL QUEENSBOROUGH, Esq., BrownHall Estate, St. John. 12/14 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. DAVID ROSS Ross s Penn, S t. Andrew. 12/16 TONY, a creole, to Mr. BURKE Port Antonio. 12/19 Spanish Town Workhouse 1813. [CC] JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. MATTOCKS who keeps a jobbing gang in Liguanea, marked with W M between, on top, on both breasts, cheeks, shoulders. 1/19 BESS, an Eboe to the late Mr. POPPLEWELL Old Harbour. 1/19 GEORGE, a Congo to the estate of Mr. TOPPING Withywood, marked T right shoulder. 2/11 JOHN, a Mungola says he belonged to Dr. F LEMING who died at Lemon Hall, Clarendon, has no owner, has country marks on his belly. 3/1 WILLIAM, a creole, who says he does not know his owner, that his mother carried him away when a child into the woods, has the marks of an old sore on both his leg s. 3/2 JULY, a Moco to Mr. ORMSBY Clarendon, marked I O right shoulder, has country marks on his breast. 3/9 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. ECCLES Above Rocks, has the marks of an old sore on his left shoulder. 3/10 NANCY, a Mungola says she was brought from Charles Town, in America, by Colonel McMURDO, marked A T both shoulders. 3/15 JOHN, a Congo, to FRANCIS GRAHAM Esq., formerly to a Mr. DANIEL mark of an old sore on his back, and sores on both legs. 3/15 CHRISTMAS, a Mungola to W. BAILEY Esq., or Gibraltar Estate, St. George, mark on right shoulder obliterated, has country marks on her breast. 3/15 SUSANNA, a creole, formerly to KITTY TOWREY now to a Miss CLAY Kingston, no brandmark. 3/18 SARAH, a Coromantee to Mr. LINDO Kingston, marked O S L on top, right shoulder. 3/26

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31 ONAS, a creole, to Ramble Estate, St. Mary, THOMAS MURPHY, Esq., no brandmark; brought in by the Maroons. 3/28 ROBERT, a Mungola to a Mr. BLAIR late of Morant Bay, dec., or to Mr. BROWN Old Harbour, his over teeth are filed, and one cut in the front. 4/1 JOHN, a creole, to the Hon. GEORGE PINNOCK, Esq., St. Andrew, no brand. 4/5 PRISCILLA, a creole, to the representatives of Dr. VERDON, dec., marked I V both shoulders. 4/12 ALFORD, a Mungola to Hazard Estate, St. Mary, marked I B B apparently, both shoulders. 4/14 PHILLIP, a creole, to Mr. JOHN BEAN a coachmaker, Kingston. 4/15 ANTONEY BALLANTINE, born at Curacao, says he is free but has no document of such freedom. 4/16 BESSEY, a creole, to Miss CUSHNIE i n King Street, Kingston, marked P on right shoulder. 4/19 DOLLY, a Moco to WILLIAM BAILEY Esq., Kingston, or to RockHall in St. Andrew, has marks of an old sore on right leg. 4/20 JENNY, a creole, Dolly s daughter, to WILLIAM BAILEY Esq., or to RockHall in St. Andrew, no marks. 4/20 JACK, a creole, to Mr. J. S. BROADBELT no mark. 4/22 ANTHONEY, a creole, to Mr. W. KELLEY at Mr. Munroe s Penn, near PassageFort, marked with W M D in one, on top, both shoulders. 4/22 ROBERT HEBBERT, a creole, s ays he is free, but has no document of his freedom, no marks. 4/22 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. JACKSON, Port Royal, formerly to Mr. Hoyes, no brandmark. 4/24 LOWRIE, a creole, to Miss CAWSLEY Kingston, no brandmark. 4/25 JOHN, a Moco to some one in the Camp, he says a drummer, marked F F, between, 4 underneath, right shoulder obliterated. 4/26 QUEEN, a creole, to ELIZABETH LAWE a quadroon woman, at Guy s Hill, in St. Mary, no brandmarks, had a chain on when brought in by the Maroons. 4/29

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32 NATTY, a creole, to ELIZABETH LAWE a quadroon woman, at Guy s Hill, in St. Mary, no brandmark. 11/16 MARY, a Mungola to Mr. ROBERT BOYD, in Kingston, lost two of her front teeth. 11/18 DIANNA, a Moco and CHILD, to one SUTHERLAND, dec., proprietor of a coffee mountain to windward. 12/4 MARY, a Mu ngola to Mr. MORGAN, or to one CAREY a quadroon, marked M K on top, left shoulder. 12/6 JAMES, a creole, a sambo boy, to one FREEMAN a brown man, Kingston, no brandmark. 12/8 DAVID, a creole, to Mr. GREEN surveyor, Clarendon, marked W R right shoulder. 12/20 NEPTUNE, a Moco to Monsr. MANSEE a Frenchman, at a penn near Kingston, marked J , M E in one, right shoulder. 12/21 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. JAMES HURST Kingston, no brand mark. 12/22 BESSY, a Mungola to one Mr. LEFFER of the Hebrew nation, Kingston, marked apparently I D between, left should er. 12/22 Trelawny Workhouse 1813. [CC] [ NONAME ] a Canga man, now supposed to belong to the estate of ROBERT CALDOW or Doctor JOHN CALDOW both deceased, who can give no account of himself or who is his master, marked on left shoulder R C or R G on top, lost part of his right ear from a chop, was sent in naked, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 3/3 JOHN, a Coromantee to Mr. WILMOT Ocho Rios Tavern, no mark, 5 ft. 5 1/4 in. high. 4/21 ROBERT, a Congo to CHRISTOPHER YOUNG marked R G on top, both shoulders, country marks on his face, 5 ft. 11/2 in. high. 4/30 TRIM, an Ottam, to FONTABELLE s Estate, marked like W R I on right breast, 5 ft. 71/2 in. 5/4 JANE, alias BETTY a creole, to the estate of Mr. LEE Kingston, marked on both shoulders but obliterate d, 5 ft. 1/4 in. high. 12/26 Westmoreland Workhouse 1813. [CC] ALICK, a Mundingo, to Mr. MAXWELL Woodlands Penn, Hanover, no mark. 4/3

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33 DICK, a Coromantee to Haughton Hall Estate, Hanover, no mark. 4/14 TOM, a creole, to Mr. JOHN RODIN, Dry River Est ate, Clarendon, marked I R both shoulders. 9/24 GREENOCK, a creole, to WILLIAM ROWE Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked W R T on top, both shoulders. 11/29 1814 Black River Workhouse 1814. [CC] CHARLES, a Chamba to Mr. FRENCH Vere, mark not plain. 1/5 NANCY, a Congo to Mr. WILLIAMS Bluefields Tavern, no mark. 1/14 SARAH, a creole, to Mr. WEBB, Falmouth, marked I G on both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 1/20 ANTHONY, a Coromantee to Miss JANES SCOTT Cave, Westmoreland, mark on right shoulder not plain. 1/25 WILLIAM THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. LOCKYER a Tavernkeeper in Trelawny; now pretends he does not know his owner, mark on left shoulder not plain. 2/12 MARY, a Coromantee and her daughter BESSY who is pregnant, said they formerly belonged to Major JAMES of the Trelawny Maroons, now say they do not know their owner, mark on right shoulder not plain. 2/12 JOHN, a creole, to the estate of SAMUEL JACKSON, Esq., dec., Coffee Grove, Clarendon, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 3/6 ANNA, a creol e to MEYLENFIELD Westmoreland, no mark. 3/26 HARRY, a creole, to JAMES CUNNINGHAM Esq., Montego Bay. 3/26 OXFORD, a Moco to JOHN PEART Esq. 3/26 NED, a creole, to Mr. HYLTON Boreas Plantation, Clarendon, no mark. 3/31 JOHN BULL, a Mundingo, says he belongs to the York Light Infantry Volunteers, mark on right shoulder not plain, country marks on his back. 5/5 PEGGY, a creole, to Mr. PANTON. 5/5

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34 CHARLES, a Congo to Mr. McGREGOR Montego Bay, marked M and another letter not plain, 5 ft. 2 in. hig h. 5/18 QUACO, a creole, says he belonged to a man of colour named ALEX. PROUD, mark not plain. 5/18 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. CHAMBERS Lucea, marked W I on left shoulder. 5/19 HAZARD, a Congo to Mr. WILLIAM JAMES Link s Hill, marked W I on left shoul der. 5/23 CUDJOE, to Mr. THOMAS KEIN. 5/23 WILL, a creole, to St. Crut Park. 5/24 DIDO, a creole to St. Crut Park. 5/24 JACK, an Eboe to Mr. THOMAS STEPHENSON, Wallingford, marked apparently AFCN the AF in one. 5/24 GRAVESEND, to JOHN MYER a free man, YS Estate, marked M on both shoulders. 5/24 FANNY, a Moco to JOHN CHAMBERS Esq., Northampton, mark not plain. 5/24 KITTY, to Mrs. ALLEN St. Crux. 5/24 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. GEORGE MITCHELL no brandmark, right eye blind. 6/38 JOHN, a creole, t o a Mr. ANGLIN a man of colour, dec., marked apparently I B on right shoulder, a bad sore on his leg 6/3 PRINCE, a creole, to Mr. JEREMIAH LEVY, Kingston, no mark. 6/3 JAMES, a creole, to a brown man named WRIGHT at Lucea, but is supposed to belong to a Mr. NELSON, as that name is marked on his breast, an iron collar on his neck. 6/4 PROVIDENCE, a creole boy, to Miss ANN REID. 6/24 QUASHIE, an Eboe to a Mr. ROACH who has a mountain settlement in the neighbourhood of Montego Bay, marked apparently M on right shoulder. 7/7 OLIVER, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. JOHN JENKINS dec., marked I J on left shoulder. 7/12 8 See also QUACO, a creole, to Mr. GEORGE MITCHELL, no brand mark, has lost the use of his right eye. 10/25

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35 SEAFORD, a Moco to Mr. CALDWELL Kingston, marked apparently I C on right shoulder. 7/15 RICHARD, a Chamba, to SAMUEL VAUGHAN Esq., Retre ive Estate, Westmoreland, marked S V on right shoulder. 8/3 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. McGIBBON Savanna la Mar, mark not plain, has an iron collar on his neck. 8/3 ANN, a creole girl, to TAYLOR CATHCART Esq. 8/3 GEORGE, a Chamba to Mr. CALDWELL merch ant, Kingston, no brandmark, country marks on face and belly, and marks of flogging on his shoulders. 8/5 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Miss MARY PETERS a brown woman, Kingston, marked M P on right shoulder. 8/5 GEORGE, a Moco says his mistress is a free woman but cannot or will not tell where she resides, marked M W on right and same mark twice on left shoulder. 8/5 CHARLES, a Moco to a Miss PORTER a brown woman, Westmoreland, marked M E on top, on left, and B and other marks not plain, on right shoulder. 8/15 JOHN, a Chamba to Mr. CALDWELL merchant, Kingston, no brand mark, country marks on face and belly, and marks of flogging on his shoulders. 8/15 DENMARK, a creole, to Weston Favel Estate, Trelawny, no mark. 9/5 DIANA, a creole, to RUTH BENT 9/5 GEORGE, to Miss WILLIAMS or to Mr. DEMPSTER Spanish Town. 9/7 CHARLES, to Mr. RACKHAM or to Dr. SMITH 9/7 JAMES, to Dr. SMITH in Port Antonio, or St. Ann s Bay. 9/7 SAM, to Miss JUDITH JAMES 9/7 MARIA, alias FLAVIA to JOHN THARP Esq., Good Hope Estate, Trelawny. 9/12 JOHN, to Miss COOPER 9/14 PRIMUS, a creole, to Miss JUDITH ROWE Hanover, no brand mark. 9/27

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36 SAM, a Congo, says he belongs to a black man named DOVE at Green Island, but is supposed to belong to Dr. BREMMER marked W C [sideway s] on left shoulder. 10/23 JOHN, a Mungola to THOMAS TOMLINSON, Esq., Savanna la Mar, marked apparently I R on left shoulder. 10/28 BESSY, a creole, to a Mrs. SIVERIGHT Manchioneal, marked P on top, and other letters, not plain on left, and P L in one, on right shoulder. 11/16 Clarendon Workhouse 1814. [CC] GRACE, a creole, to Mr. T. A. PRIDDIE Vere, no brandmark, has a sore leg. 1/4 JAMES, a Papa, says to a Mr. CAMERON, who lives at a settlement near by Mr. Denton s property, St. Elizabeth, marked A I M P on both shoulders, marks of old sores about his neck. 1/20 PRINCE, a creole, to Mr. JACOB FARRO, Kingston, no mark. 1/27 KING GEORGE, a Coromantee, to the estate of the Reverend W. H. LYNCH an old man, no mark. 1/27 PATTY, a creole, to a Mr. KELLY Vere, marked H K in one, right shoulder. 1/30 JACK, a Chamba to Mr. JOHN G. BOOTH, Vere, has the appearance of a mark on the left shoulder, but not legible, the mark of a cut on his r ight side, as if from a cutlass, country marks on his face. 2/1 JENNY, a Moco to Mr. RICKETS marked I E L left shoulder, formerly belonged to the estate of JOHN ELLIS LEE and was sold by Dr. Lee. 2/20 SAMPSON, a Mundingo to Dr. MACFARLANE Leviens E state, St. Thomas in the East, marked with P H O on top, right shoulder, country marks on his face. 2/23 PETER, an Eboe says to Captain PARSONS Kingston, no mark, blind of one eye. 2/23 JACK, a Congo, to Mr. LINER St. Elizabeth, says that his Attorne y is named J. Russell, Esq., marked with R within a circle, both shoulders. 2/23 ARNESS, a Mundingo, says he belongs to D. MACFARLANE Albion coffee plantation, St. Thomas in the East, appears to have marks on the left shoulder, but from a severe flogging he seems to have had on the shoulders, prevent the mark being made out. 3/2 TROUBLE, a creole, to Leicesterfield Estate, no mark. 3/2

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37 RICHMOND, an Eboe to Mr. JOHN ANDERSON, Milk River, marked on both shoulders and cheek I A O on top. 3/4 JUPITER, a creole, says to Mr. WILLIAM ROE St. Elizabeth, marked I D right shoulder. 3/6 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. WALLACE Old Harbour, marked R D both shoulders. 3/11 TRUMP, a Congo, to OLIPHANT s estate, marked R on right shoulder. 3/13 CHANCE, a Mundingo, to a Mr. WOLTE who lives at Mr. Crawford s coffee plantation, Carpenter s Mountain, marked W L L left shoulder. 3/20 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Miss BENTLY Spanish Town, marked M K [upside down] in one, left shoulder. 3/24 SANDY, a creole, to HE NRY MORGAN, Carpenter s Mountains. 3/24 MARY COX, a mulatto girl, says she is free, but has no documents thereof, no mark. 3/24 JOHNSON, a creole, says he belongs to Mount Olive Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, formerly to IVEY s estate, no mark. 3/29 JO HN, a Congo, to Mr. K. D. AGUILAR country marks on his shoulder. 3/29 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. JOHN REID, dec., Vere, no mark. 3/31 ROMEO, a creole, to Mrs. RANGER Vere, no mark. 4/1 GLOSTER, a Mundingo, to Mr. WILLIAM GREIG late of Vere, marked both shoulders I W in one. 4/2 QUAMIN, a Mundingo, to Mr. KINLAY marked both shoulders and left breast H M K and on right breast K M H [upside down]. 4/3 TOM, a creole, to Caswell Hill Estate, Vere, marked K O 4/5 JONNY, a Moco to Mr. GEORGE REID, Mocho, no visible mark. 4/6 GEORGE, alias LESTER a creole, to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS marked on left shoulder and both breasts with I W bad sore on heel and leg. 4/6 SAMPSON, a Coromantee to Mr. JAMES WAUGH, marked on right shoulder, but not plain. 4/10 GEORGE, a creole, to JOHN WILLIAMS of Cottone, St. Ann, marked I W on top, left

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38 shoulder, I W on top, both breasts, a bad sore on the heel. 4/16 TITUS, a creole, to Yarmouth Estate, Vere, marked on left shoulder cross within half circle. 4/18 HARRY, a creole, to JOHN BIGGS a man of colour, Carpenter s Mountains, marked A G left shoulder, G right shoulder. 4/21 JACK, a Congo, to a Mr. REID gone off the Island, very much ruptured. 4/21 BEN, an Eboe to Mr. JOHN CAMPBELL Kingston, no mark. 4/27 JACK ROBERTSON, a creole, to Miss BOOTH, Kingston, no mark. 4/27 JOHN, a creole, to Rymonbury Estate, no mark. 5/8 BECK, a Coromantee to Amity Hall, Vere, no mark. 5/10 CUFFEE, a creole, to Exchange Plantation, or the estate of Mrs. MADDIX dec., no mark. 5/10 HARLEQUIN, a Papa, to JAMES TABBERNOR Vere, marked right shoulder, apparently I I. 5/20 GEORGE, a Chamba to Mr. DRYSDALE Port Royal Mountains, formerly to PAYNE and RICHARDS marked H D both breasts, left shoulder apparently P R, between. 5/22 ADAM, an Eboe to Mr. JOHN OLIVER St. John, marks of flogging on his back. 5/27 OPEONA BATIZ, a creole, says he is free but has no document, yellow complexion, marked with M F on top. 5/27 ROBERT, a Coromantee to Mr. RODON, Dry River Estate. 5/30 SAM a Congo, cannot tell his owner s name, no mark, has been runaway since purchased from the ship. 6/6 LANCASHIRE, an Eboe to Mr. J. HENRIQUES Spanish Town, no mark. 6/7 MARCH, an Eboe to WILLIAM BARTON a man of colour, marked W B apparently on both sh oulders, but not plain. 6/21 MARY, a Mundingo, to Madmoiselle POPAT Kingston, mark on right shoulder from being sore, is not plain, scar on right breast. 6/28 JAMES, a Chamba to W. K. DAGUILAR marked I B right shoulder. 7/4

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39 WILLIAM, a mulatto creole, to WILLIAM CROUCH Old Harbour. 7/5 LEWIS, a creole, to Walkfield Estate. 7/5 SAMPSON, a Moco says he belongs to a Mr. ANGWIN, of St. Ann, who died on his passage to England, since then had no owner. 7/6 HENRY, a Coromantee says he belongs to Mr. B ELL, who lives as overseer on Panney s Penn, St. Ann, marked on both shoulders I B P on top. 7/8 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. HENRY JOHNSON, Coby Bridge, near Black River, marked F G 7/9 ELLICK, a Coromantee to GEORGE MARSHALL Esq., Spanish Town, marked I O R 7/11 MARY, a Mungola to Dr. LUDFORD, marks of flogging on his back, scar on right shoulder. 7/11 JUBA, a Mungola to Dr. LUDFORD, left shoulder marked H L in one and is sore. 7/11 JAMES, a Coromantee runaway since purchased as a new Negro, pock pitted, cannot tell his owner s name. 7/20 BILLY, an Eboe to Mr. NATHANIEL BONNICK, marked right shoulder apparently L B 7/17 JAMES, a Coromantee runaway since purchased a new Negro, cannot tell his owner s name but now says he belongs to Mr. J. R. BRI CE pock pitted. 7/20 JOICE, an Eboe to DELATIBADIER marked S L right shoulder. 7/29 TOM, a creole, to W. GORDON, Esq., Lemon Hall. 7/29 TRIM, a creole, to Dr. MURCHISON, marked W P right shoulder. 7/30 MICHAEL, a creole, to a MASER WILLIAMSON a man of colour, Spanish Town, marked on the right shoulder I B on the left breast I B on top. 8/9 JOHNIE, a Congo to KELBY s estate, St. Dorothy, marked on right shoulder W M reversed, on left shoulder W M K on top. 8/9 DUBLIN, a Congo to the estate of Mr. KENNEDY, or JOHN ANDERSON, Esq., dec., formerly to Mr. YEATS marked on left shoulder S H 8/13 WILLIAM, a Mungola to JAMES WILLIAMSON formerly to JAMES McLEAN, dec., a man of colour, marked apparently A R, on right shoulder. 8/15

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40 TOM, a Mundingo, to Mr. DASSACK, marked D left shoulder. 8/22 CUDJOE WILLIAMS, a creole, to Mr. D ONALD FRASER Toll gate, marked W L left shoulder. 8/22 HENRY, says he belongs to a Mr. JEFFEY Lime Savanna, Clarendon, marked with a large G on right shoulder, newly done mark on left side, a large G 8/23 NANCY, a Congo says she belongs to a woman of colour named SALLY DOUGLAS St. Jago Savanna, Clarendon, marked E H on both shoulders, has her country marks on breast and on right arm. 8/30 BILLY, a Congo says he belongs to a Mr. WILLIAM SALT, marked on both shoulders W S his master lives as overseer on Mulberry Coffee plantation on May day Hill. 9/5 MANDRO, a Congo to JAMES WITTER a man of colour, Mulatto Penn, near Mr. Sampson s wharf, St. Elizabeth, no mark, has by his own account a ringworm over his head. 9/7 TOM, a Congo, says he belongs to Doctor DICKSON St. Elizabeth, marked on both shoulders with T R and on the left breast T 9/10 SEEMAN, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. THOMAS SAMPSON, Vere, marked on right shoulder with T S 9/10 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. T. SAMPSON Vere, marked on both shoulders M G on top, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/26 CHARLES, a creole, to the estate of ARCHIBALD TURNBULL dec., marked on right shoulder A T apparently G on both shoulders, but not plain, the marks being run into one, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/27 JACK, an Eboe says he belong s to a Mr. TRAP a man of colour, but since his death, to a Mr. KING a carpenter, working near Bushy Park Estate, marked I B on right shoulder, on the left apparently I B but not plain. 10/1 JERRICK, a Congo says he belongs to a Mr. HARNIGAN of Bell Vie w coffee plantation, St. Elizabeth, marked apparently I R on the right shoulder, but not plain. 10/1 DEMPSHIRE, a Papa, to Greenwich Estate, Vere, marked on the right shoulder apparently R but not plain. 10/1 BOB NELSON, a creole, to the estate of W. H. ISRAEL dec., marked W I on top, on right shoulder. 10/4 CUDJOE, a Coromantee to a Mr. ASHLEY a man of colour, Mocha Mountains, marked A M in

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41 one, on the right shoulder, but not plain. 10/4 SMITH, a Papa, to Moreland Estate, Vere, no mark, but marks of sores on his face and on the right hand from the yaws. 10/5 BLACKBURN, a Mundingo, says he belongs to a Mr. MILBURN a carpenter, Vere, marked on both shoulders D M and on the stomach D MG 10/12 CUDJOE, a Coromantee to the Bogg Estate, Vere, no mark, a chop on the forehead. 10/12 SARY, a Congo, says she belongs to a Miss PRISCILLA BROOKS a woman of colour, Cooley Bridge, St. Elizabeth, marked on the right shoulder P H 10/12 GEORGE, a creole, to a Mr. FREEMAN a man of colour, St. Elizabeth, no mark, a large scar on the forehead from a fireburn. 10/13 THOMAS, a creole, says he belongs to the estate of the late Dr. McCURDEY no mark. 10/15 TRIM, a creole, to Dr. HUTCHISON Vere, marked on right shoulder W P 10/15 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Hillside Esta te, Vere, no mark. 10/15 WASHINGTON, a Mundingo, to Manningsfield Estate, Vere, marked M on the right shoulder. 10/17 ADAM, an Eboe says he belongs to a Mr. ARCHER Kingston, marked like G A C on top, on left shoulder, but not plain, and W B ,G on top, on right wrist. 10/21 ADAM, a creole, to JOHN MATHYAS a man of colour, Kingston, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 10/21 NANCY, a Congo an old woman, says she belonged to ANTHONY COOPER who died many years ago, since then has not been claimed by any since, marked A G on left shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 10/21 JACK WRIGHT, a creole, says he is free but cannot shew documents of his freedom, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 10/21 GORDON, an Eboe to Mr. THOMAS ANDERSON, Carpenters mountains marked on the right shoulder, obliterated. 10/23 JOHN GRAHAM, a creole, says he did belong to Dr. GRAHAM of Cove coffee plantation, St. Elizabeth, since his demise been runaway ever since, does not know any owner, no mark. 10/27 JEMMY, a Congo, says he belongs to a Dr. DIGGLES a carpenter on Carpenter Mountain,

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42 marked with I S on the right shoulder. 10/27 NATT, a creole, to Yarmouth Estate, Vere, marked D D. 10/28 MARY, a creole, says she is free but cannot shew documents of her freedom, marked on rig ht shoulder I O between, brought in by the Maroons. 10/28 QUEEN DAVIE, a creole, says she belongs to a Mr. CLARK of Deanery, marked A B on both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 10/28 TAPPE [TAFEE], a Mundingo, says he belongs to a Mr. WILLIS of Bunker coffee pla ntation, St. Ann, no mark. 10/29 JOHN, a Yayay to the estate of A. KENNEDY, dec., no brand mark, but marks of severe flogging on his back. 10/29 PEGGY, an Eboe to the estate of A. KENNEDY, dec., marked on both cheeks A K [reversed]. 10/29 BESSY, a creole says she belongs to Miss POLLY McINTOSH, Lucea Bay, marked twice on the right shoulder A G 11/1 TRIM, a Moco to Mr. COHEN, Kingston, no mark. 11/12 GEORGE, a Mundingo, to Hybrook Estate, in the Walk, marked H H both shoulders. 11/18 W. WHITE, a c reole, to Miss KELLY BOB Falmouth, a large scar on the back of the left hand from the yaws. 11/21 RICHARD, a creole man boy, to a Mr. WALKER Old Harbour Bay. 11/22 QUASHEBA, a Coromantee says she belongs to one Miss BESSY WHITE a free black woman, Kin gston, no mark. 11/23 FRANCES GALE, a creole, says she belongs to Mr. BRAVO, Old Harbour Penn, marked W on both shoulders. 11/29 Hanover Workhouse 1814. [CC] GEORGE, a creole, to JOHN CUNNINGHAM Esq., Montego Bay, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 1/11 HAMLIT, an Eb oe to Cambleton Estate, Hanover, marked on both shoulders I C between, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 1/14 WILLIAM, a creole, to Retirement Estate, St. James, 5ft. high. 2/2

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43 TOM, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. JOHNES Black River, marked H O on top, 5 ft. 5 n. high. 2/ 2 EVE, an Eboe to a Mr. ALLEN Black River, a place called Corner, marked on right shoulder, but not legible, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 2/2 JACK, an Eboe to Mr. HILTON, Springfield, Westmoreland, 5 ft high. 3/15 BOATSWAIN, a creole, to Dr. GIBES St. James, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/22 SARAH, a creole, to Mr. GREEN of YS [Estate], St. Elizabeth, marked on right shoulder M E 5 ft. 2 in. high. 3/28 TOM, a Congo, to the estate of Miss SUSANNAH JOHNSON, Hanover, no mark. 4/19 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. SADDILLER St Elizabeth, marked I M left shoulder. 4/19 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. HENRY ARLINGTON, marked C C, H on top, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 5/6 PEN, a Moco to Mr. [ illeg ible ], Westmoreland, marked on both shoulders W F between, 5 ft. 71/2 in. high. 5/6 GEORGE, a Moco to PLELEVER Hanover, marked P A on left shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 6/4 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. GEORGE HAY, Westmoreland, 4 ft. 6 in. high. 6/9 HARRY, to WILLIAM MORRIS Esq., Rome. 6/9 WILLMOUTH, a creole, to JOSEPH BERNARD, Esq., 5 ft. 4 in. high. 7/2 JOHN, a creole, to Miss KERNAGEY, Westmoreland, 4 ft. 3 in. high. 7/2 BILLY, a creole, to RICHARD BARRETT Esq., Seven Rivers, 4 ft. 8 in. high. 7/31 PROSPER, a Mundingo, to Mr. JAMES CRESSON or CHRISTIE a mason by trade, St. James, marked I C on left shoulder, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 8/30 PIT, a creole, to Belvidere Estate, marked on both shoulders RCID 5 ft. 6 in. high. 8/31 EVANS, a Coromantee to A. SHARPE Esq., Fish River, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 9/1 JOHN, a Moco says he belongs to Salt Spring Estate, Hanover, and formerly to Dr. BINHAM sent in by Robert Chisholm, Esq., 5 ft. 4 in. high. 9/6 FREDERICK, a creole, to Eston Estate, St. James, 4 ft. 91/2 in. high. 9/8

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44 WILLIAM, a creole, to Friendship Estate, St. James, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/8 BRI STOL, a Nago to Mr. JAMES PRICE Westmoreland, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 9/19 BRISTOL, a Mundingo, to Mr. CAMPBELL, Esq., Copse, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 9/23 ADAM, a Mungola to Mr. MANDERSON, Montego Bay, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 9/26 JAMES, a Congo, to Mr. JOSEPH GRI SELL Montego Bay, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 9/26 PATRICK, a creole, to Mr. LAUGHLIN of Kingston, marked M on left and R on right, 4 ft. 6 in. high. 10/16 PETER, a creole, to Mr. McLAUGHLIN of Kingston, marked M on left and R on right, 4 ft. 6 in. high. 10/16 ADAM, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN MANDERSTON, Montego Bay, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 11/9 DICK, a creole, to Mr. HASSARD, Montego Bay, 4 ft. 5 in. high. 11/28 Kingston Workhouse 1814. [CC] CHARLOTTE, a Coromantee to Mr. JOHN TODD, marked I N on both shoulders. 1/3 GEORGE, a creole, to Westerhouse Estate, marked W P on right shoulder and breast. 1/3 GRACE, a Mungola to Miss MARY BRAY, no brandmark. 1/7 ROMEO, a creole, to Mr. JAMES BOOTH, Spanish Town, his right hand from the wrist contracted, and the fingers off. 1/8 ROBERT DALLAS, a creole, says he is free, but has no documents thereof, no mark, has a severe wound in the centre of his forehead. 1/11 NELLY, a Mungola no mark, has lost part of her upper front teeth. 1/11 DAVID, a Coromantee to Moss Estate, St. Andrew, no visible brandmark, has crab yaws on his heels. 1/18 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. DANIEL GREEN, no visible brandmark. 1/18 BESSY, a creole, to Papine Estate, no visible brandmarks. 1/19 FRANK, a creole, to Mr. MEIS Port Antonio, no visible brandmark, pock marks on face and

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45 left foot sore. 1/20 JACK, a Nago to Mr. STANLEY marked H R S on right shoulder, country marks on face. 1/20 ALLICK, a Wakee to Mr. RITCHIE marked R M figure 8 on top, on right shoulder. 1/20 ANDREW, a creole, to Mr. A. DACOSTA, no visible brandmarks, has the King s evil.9 1/20 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. FARMER no mark, marks of flogging on his back. 1/22 NEPTUNE, a creole, to Mr. McKENZIE no mark, marks of flogging on his back. 1/25 PRINCE, an Eboe to Mr. SHE PHERD, mark on right shoulder not plain. 1/25 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. FARMER no mark, marks of flogging on his back. 1/22 JOHN GRANT, a Mundingo, to Miss M. TUCKIE marked M T S on both shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta. 1/29 FANNY, an Eboe to Miss M. ANDERSON, Spanish Town, mark on right shoulder not plain; sent in from Fort Augusta. 1/29 SALLY, an Eboe to ANDREW BOGLE Esq., marked M M K on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 1/29 PEGGY, an Eboe to Mr. JOHN DAVIS no brand marks, country marks on her face; sent in from Fort Augusta. 1/29 BESSEY, a creole, to Miss CROSGIE or SCRAGY, no visible brandmarks; sent in from Fort Augusta. 1/29 JOHN EDWARDS, a creole, says he is free, no mark, to be detained until his freedom is proved. 2/1 CH ARLES, a Moco to Mr. RICHARD COUSENS St. George, mark on right shoulder not plain. 2/6 GEORGE, a Moco to Mr. HARRY BROWN, marked T H on left shoulder. 2/6 JACK, a Mundingo, to Mr. CHARLES SATCHELL St. Andrew, marked I D on right shoulder. 2/6 MARK, an Eboe to Mr. JOSEPH GRACEN, marked I G on right shoulder. 2/9 9 reference is to leprosy; Kiple, The Caribbean Slave p.136.

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46 FRANK, a Mungola to Colonel SMITH Port Royal, no brandmark, country marks on his belly. 2/11 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss BEDWORD, no brandmark. 2/14 JOHN, a Chamba to Mr. DUFFUS marke d C F on right shoulder. 2/14 TOM, a creole, to Mr. JAMES BROWN, mark on right shoulder not plain. 2/14 ROBERT, a creole, to JOHN BROADHURST Esq., marked I B on right shoulder. 2/15 DUBLIN, a Mungola to Miss SARAH AMOSS no brandmark. 2/17 BESSY, a creole, to Miss MARY PENNISTON, Passage Fort, no brand mark. 2/23 MARY, an Eboe to Miss PRICE no mark. 2/25 JOHN THOMAS, a native of Curacao, says he is free, the mark of an anchor on his left wrist. 3/1 JOSE MARIA XIMENES, a Mungola says he is free, country marks on his belly. 3/1 WILL, a Nago to MARY DAWSON, country marks on his face. 3/7 MARGARET, an Eboe to Mr. SAMUEL CARPENTER marked Dupuis on both shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 PATIENCE, a Mungola to Mr. MORAVIA, no brandmark s; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 NANCY, a Chamba to Miss KING Spanish Town, no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 SUSANNA, an Eboe to Mr. WILLIAM WRIGHT no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 CAESAR, a creole, to JESSY YOUNG, mark ed F D on right shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 FANNY, a Chamba to THOMAS USHER Esq., no mark, has lost the great toe of his right foot; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/12 CHARLES, a Mungola to BILLY DURRANT marked S W on left shoulder, has lost one of the toes of his left foot; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/18

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47 CLARINDA, a creole, to W. WRIGHT no brandmark, she is from Charles Town, and appears to have been lost. 3/18 WILLIAM, a creole, a brown boy, to Mr. SAUNDERS no visible brandmark. 3/ 19 THOMAS, a creole, to J. LEWIS Esq., Lewisbourgh, St. Mary, no brandmark. 3/22 JAMES, a Mundingo, to Mr. WILLIAMS Farm Penn, Black River, marked W G on right shoulder, has lost his front teeth, and snuffles when he speaks. 3/23 WILSON, a Nago to M rs. STAMP marked I S between, on left shoulder. 3/26 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. DUFFUS Port Royal, marked apparently L A or I N on left shoulder, country marks on his face. 3/30 SMART, an Eboe to Mr. DELISTER a baker, marked A D L on right shoulder, his right foot sore. 3/30 JACK, a creole, to Mr. TAYLOR no brandmark, marks of flogging on his back. 3/30 JOE, a creole, to Miss ARCHER Spanish Town, marked apparently SELL on right shoulder. 4/2 JOSEPH ANTONIO, a creole of Carthagena, says he is fre e, no brand mark. 4/7 BESSY, a creole, to GEORGE COOK, Montego Bay, no brandmark. 4/11 SUKEY, a creole, to DANIEL SAS Spanish Town, no brandmark. 4/12 GEORGE BROWN, an Eboe to Admiral BROWN no brandmark, country marks on his face. 4/12 GEORGE, an Eboe to Mr. HAMILTON, at Wynter, marked W I on left shoulder. 4/16 SMART, a Mungola to Mr. OMALLEY mark on right shoulder not plain, mark of a flogging on his back. 4/21 VIOLET, an Eboe to MOSES COHEN, or Mr. MARLEEN marked K I M, reversed, on bot h shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 PHEOBE, a creole, to THOMAS HIGSON, Esq., no visible brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 ROSETTA, a Mungola to WILLIAM BROWN no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 MARTOON, a French creole, to Mons. LEWIS marks on both shoulders and breasts not plain;

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48 sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 BELLA, a Mungola to Mr. J. NELSON, St. Andrew, marked P on left shoulder, other letters not plain; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 CLARENDON, a Moco to Miss LEWIS Spanish Town, mark on left shoulder not plain; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/23 RICHARD, a Congo to FANNY BROWN, marked J R on both shoulders. 4/25 SUSANNA, a creole, said she belonged to Miss GOULSON, now says to Fort Augusta, and that she resided there for several years, marked apparently X 8 on right shoulder, other marks on left shoulder not plain; sent in from Fort Augusta. 4/28 ROBERT GORDON, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN SCOTT Clarendon, mark on left shoulder not plain,. 4/29 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. COCHRANE marks of flogging on his back. 5/4 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. MURRAY, a bump on left side and a scar on right shoulder. 5/9 POLYDORE, a Papa, to Mr. JESURUN, no brandmark, country marks on his belly. 5/9 BEN, a creole, to Mrs. CLARK marke d I E A not plain, on both shoulders. 5/11 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. PUFFUS Port Royal, marked I H on left shoulder. 5/11 HAMLET, a creole, to Mr. SHELLON Gibraltar Estate, St. George, mark on right shoulder not plain. 5/14 MONDAY, a creole, to Miss W HITE no brand mark. 5/15 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. McKEWAN, Port Royal, no brandmark. 5/15 PETER, a Mundingo, to Mr. BLECHER marked G B on left shoulder. 5/16 FREDERICK, a creole, native of Curacao, to Mr. PARKER Spanish Town, no brandmark. 5/17 JE NNY, a Mungola to J. T. HARRIS Esq., marked H C on right shoulder, country marks on her stomach and shoulders. 5/17 BOATSWAIN, a creole, to Mr. DREWS Craig Hill Plantation, no brandmark. 5/17 GEORGE, a Mungola to Miss FAIRLEY marked D, on top, on left shoulder. 5/18

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49 CHARLES, or QUASHIE to Mr. WILLIAM CAREY Westmoreland, marked W C on both shoulders, and breast. 5/24 GOODLUCK, a Mungola to LEVY HART no visible brandmarks, right eye blind. 5/27 BEN, a Congo to Dr. GORDON, mark on left shoul der not plain. 5/27 JOHN, a creole, to Whitney Estate, Clarendon, no visible brandmark. 5/30 ABRAHAM, a creole, to DAVID ROSS no visible brandmark. 5/31 WALTHAM, a Coromantee, to JOHN ORD, St. George, no mark. 5/31 JOHN, or NED, a creole, to Mr. JOHNSTON, marked I B on right shoulder. 6/1 CHANCE, a Moco to Mr. MORRISON, no mark. 6/1 NICHOLAS FRANCIS, a mulatto creole of Port au Prince, to Mr. FITZGERALD marked K on left shoulder and a small mole over his left eye. 6/1 JOE RICHARDS, a creole, to the estate of CHARLES MITCHEL Esq., dec., Taylor s Caymanas, no visible brandmark. 6/1 THOMAS, a Congo, to ROBERT MUNRO, Montego Bay, marked apparently G B on both shoulders and breasts. 6/6 JOHN, an Eboe to DAVID DOW no brandmark. 6/6 ISABELLA, a Mungola to Mr. QUEENSBOROUGH, no brandmark, country marks on her back. 6/6 JUDY, a Mungola to Mr. QUEENSBOROUGH, no brandmark, country marks on her belly. 6/6 JOE, a creole, to Mr. JACQUES marked I C on right shoulder. 6/6 FELIX, a creole, to JOHN HARDY, Esq., an ulcer on right shoulder 6/6 JOHN, a Moco to Papine Estate, marked I W on right shoulder. 6/8 JOHN WILSON, a creole, to Mr. HONEYWELL no brandmark. 6/8 MARTOON, a French creole, to Madame LEJEUNE, marked M J blotch on top, on right br east and left shoulder. 6/10 CLARISSA, a Nago to Mr. WATT no brandmark, country marks on her belly and forehead,

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50 apparently insane. 6/10 WILLIAM, a creole, says he is free but can shew no documents thereof, marks of the smallpox on his face. 6/13 JAC K, a Mungola to Mr. HANSON, no brand mark. 6/13 SCOTLAND, a Mungola to THOMAS HYNES Esq., Reddington Plantation, St. George, marked with H on right breast, and apparently W B on top, on both shoulders. 6/13 THOMAS, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. CARRS now says he belongs to a black man named SIMMONS marked REID on right shoulder, the mark on left shoulder not plain, sent in by the Magistrates for five days. 6/13 TOM, a Mungola to Miss MARY a black woman, no brandmark. 6/20 LUCINDA, a Mundingo, to Madame ANTONIO, no brandmark. 6/20 JOAN, an Eboe to Miss GREEN marked T B on both shoulders and breasts. 6/20 JANE, a Moco to THOMAS FARMER no brandmark, country marks on her temples. 6/20 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. WATT no brandmark. 6/21 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. WALLEN no brandmark. 6/22 THOMAS, a Mundingo, to Mr. REID Carpenter s Ridge Plantation, mark on left shoulder not plain, country marks on his face. 6/22 SAM, a Co ngo to the Rev. LEWIS BOWERBANK, Clarendon, no brandmark. 6/24 CHARLES, a creole, to the estate of Edgely, dec., marks on both shoulders not plain. 6/24 NEPTUNE, a Moco to WILLIAM PARKE Esq., marked apparently R on right shoulder, country marks on hi s breast. 6/28 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. WAUGH, no brand mark. 6/29 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. SHAWBROOK, marked apparently A N on right shoulder. 7/1 THOMAS, a Moco to JAMES BERNALL Spanish Town, formerly to THOMAS BENNET dec., mark not plain on right shoulder. 7/2 GEORGE, a Chamba to JAMES BOOTH, Spanish Town Workhouse, the middle toe of his right foot off, scar of an old sore on his left instep, his country marks on his face. 7/4

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51 GEORGE, a creole, to JAMES TYRRALL marked I T on right shoulder, he has been publicly flogged. 7/4 MARY, a creole, to FOSTER MARCH Esq., Hog Hole Penn, St. Catherine, marked F M F M on top, on left shoulder. 7/6 ISAAC, a Papa, to JOHN WELCH, marked I A W on both shoulders. 7/7 HAMLET, a creole, to JOHN ASKWITH, Esq., Woodlands Plantation, marks of flogging on his back. 7/15 BETSEY, a Mungola to SALLY CAMERON, Yallahs, no visible brandmark, has lost her upper front teeth. 7/15 JOE, a creole, to Outcherlony Cocoa Walks, St. David, no brandmark. 7/15 WILLIAM HARDY, an Eboe to JEREMIAH LEVY, no visible brandmarks. 7/20 WINDSOR, an Eboe to FRANCIS SANDCROFT marked W B on right shoulder, is a runaway from Black River Workhouse.10 7/22 PATIENCE, a Mundingo to Mrs. BROWN marked M D on right shoulder, country marks on her cheeks. 7/26 LEWIS, a creole, says he is free but has no documents thereof, no brandmark. 7/27 JAMES, an Eboe to Mr. MITCHELL Falmouth, no mark, has lost his right hand. 7/27 LINDO, a Mungola to Captain JAMES marked apparently I I, on left shoulder. 7/29 JOHN, a Mungola to MARY WALKER no brandmark, has lost the little toe of his right foot, and limps as he walks, country marks on his face. 7/29 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. HASTINGS overseer on a Penn near Old Harbour, or Mr. GRAHAM Spanish Town, no visible brandmark, he is troubled with fits. 7/30 WILLIAM, a salt water creole, to Mr. ALEXANDER McINTOSH, Montego Bay, mark on both shoulders not plain. 8/4 HENRY, a Congo to Dr. WILLIAMS May Hill, mark not plain on both shoulders, a sore on r ight foot, and country marks on left leg. 8/9 10 Black River Workhouse not listed for year 1814.

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52 AMELIA, a creole, says she is free but has no documents thereof, no brand mark, the right of owner being disputed, she is detained until such is proved. 8/10 NELLY, a Mungola to Mr. FAIRECLOUGH, no brandmar k, a cut over the right eye. 8/10 MARY, a Nago to Mr. FAIRECLOUGH, marked apparently MARP on left shoulder. 8/10 HENRY, a Mungola to Mr. McROBBIE marked W McR on both shoulders. 8/11 SWIFT, a Wakee, to the Rev. THOMAS SIMCOCKES marked T S on right s houlder. 8/16 ROMULUS, a Mungola to ANGUS KENNEDY, Esq., marked I A on both shoulders 8/18 ROMEO, a Congo, to Mr. STEEL marked W on left shoulder, other letters not plain. 8/20 JOSEPH CORIA, a creole, native of the Havanna, says he is free, no mark, t o be detained until his freedom is proved. 8/20 PIERRE, a creole of Pont Petre, to a Mr. ANDREWS of St. Thomas, yellow complexion, has lost one of his upper front teeth. 8/22 THOMAS, a Mundingo, formerly belonged to F. WALFORD Overseer on Maverly Estat e, but now to Mr. CLARK marked W on both shoulders. 8/23 KINGSTON, a creole, to CAMERON, no mark. 8/25 FREDERICK, a creole, to PETER FRENCH French Park, St. Ann, marked P F on right shoulder. 8/29 SARAH, a Coromantee to Mr. HUTTON, has lost one of he r lower teeth. 8/29 QUASHIE, a Coromantee to JOHN ORD, St. George, and formerly to the estate of WILLIAM EMBLETON marked W E 8/30 SUSANNAH, a Congo to Miss WYNTER Spanish Town, no mark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 TABBY, a creole, to Mr. MILLWA RD Spanish Town, no mark, has lost three of her upper teeth, and her right foot sore; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 LUCRETIA, a creole, to THOMAS BAGNALD, marked apparently L F on right shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 MARTOON, a French creo le to Mr. WALKER St. Tolise s Estate, he was sold by Messrs. FLASH and ELKINS French marks not plain on right breast and shoulder; sent in from Fort

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53 Augusta. 8/30 LUCKY, an Eboe to PHILLIS FACEY marked H and other letters not plain, on right shoulde r; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 SARAH, an Eboe to Mr. DONALD, Mouse Hall, marked M D on right shoulder, the first two fingers of her right hand much larger than the rest, has lost one of her upper front teeth, and country marks on forehead; sent in fr om Fort Augusta. 8/30 CHARLOTTE, a Coromantee to SAMUEL DELPRATE Cold Spring, and formerly to JACOB HENRIQUES marked I H on top, on both shoulders, a sore on left; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 MARY, a Moco to MARY DRUMMOND, no mark, two of her forefingers decayed from pains; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 MARY, a Mungola to Mr. JOHNSON, Dry River, marked apparently M K on top, on left shoulder, has lost the nail of the third finger of her right hand; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 CHARLE STON, a Moco to [illeg ible ], Spanish Town, mark not plain on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 VENUS, a Chamba to the estate of JOHN SMITH dec., mark not plain on left shoulder, has a mole on her upper lip; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/30 MARCH, a creole, to Mr. J. G. WATSON, marked W M C on left shoulder. 9/1 HERCULES, a Mundingo, marked apparently W I [illeg ible ]. 9/1 RICHARD, a Mungola to Mr. GEORGE REID a carpenter, marks of flogging on his shoulders. 9/1 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. GOL DING Spring Vale, St. David, marked apparently A G on right shoulder. 9/3 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Outcherlowy s CocoaWalk, no brandmark, has lost part of his lower teeth. 9/3 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. JOHNS St. Mary, marked I B on right shoulder. 9/3 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. DUNSTON, Portland, no mark. 9/5 PHOEBE, a Succo to Mr. JACKSON, marked I R J on both shoulders. 9/7 FRANK, an Eboe to MICHAEL CAMPBELL formerly overseer at Coldstream, but now at

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54 Wallen s estate in the Walks, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/8 JAMES, a Congo, to P. COUTTS Spanish Town road, marked R G between, on both shoulders. 9/8 JEMMY, a creole, to Mr. BRYAN, Newton Estate, no brandmark. 9/8 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. BAILEY says his master lives to windward and is g one to Port Royal for change of air. 9/15 PETER, a Congo, to RODERCK McKENZIE marked I W II on top, on both shoulders. 9/17 CHARLES, a creole, to ROSS Bybrook Estate, marked R R on left shoulder. 9/20 THOMAS, a creole, to BIGNALD no mark. 9/20 GRANT, a Portuguese Congo, to G. M. COSENS Portland, no mark. 9/20 FANNY, a creole, to Mr. STEDMAN, Manchioneal, marked A D on right shoulder. 9/20 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. FRAZER marked W on both shoulders, 5 ft. 11 in. high. 9/21 DOE, a Nago to Mr. SWO RD marked R H on right shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/21 DAVY, a creole, marked W R on right shoulder, and a raw brandmark on both shoulders, 4 ft. 91/2 in. high. 9/21 GRACE, a Mundingo, to SUSANNAH McDONALD, marked A T right shoulder, 5 ft. 53/4 in. high. 9/22 CHARLES, a creole, to JOHN SMITH STANDHOPE Clarendon, marked I S on both shoulders, and has the yaws, 5 ft. 71/4 in. high. 9/23 JOSEPH, a creole of Port au Prince, to the estate of Dr. FARTIER no mark, 5 ft. 53/4 in. high. 9/24 QUAMIN, a creole, to SILVEIRA or MALCOLM Halfway Tree, no mark, his right foot sore, 5 ft. 2 1/4 in. high. 9/24 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. WILSON marked L on right shoulder, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 9/27 WILLIAM CLARK, a creole of Barbados, says he is free, but has no do cument thereof, to be detained until his freedom is proved. 10/1 CUPID, a creole, to JOHN SMITH, no mark, has a wound on his temple. 10/3

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55 JACOB, alias HARVEY, a creole, to Bella Hall, alias Hope Estate, marked R B, on both shoulders. 10/4 THOMAS, a creo le to R. A. ALEXANDER mark not plain on right shoulder, has lost a toe of his left foot. 10/4 MARY, a creole, to Mrs. R. MENDES Spanish Town, marked M with a blotch, on right shoulder, a scar on left instep. 10/7 MARY, a creole, to SARAH TAYLOR mark ed W K in one, on right shoulder. 10/7 ALLICK, a Mungola to Monsieur CHERAND, marked C L on left breast. 10/7 ANTHONY, a Congo to Mr. BAILEY no mark. 10/7 WILLIAM SMITH, a creole says he is free but has no document thereof; to be detained until he proves his freedom, and then to be brought before the Sitting Magistrates, no marks. 10/8 ADAM, a creole, to JACOB CHRISTIAN, marked I N on left breast, says he was marked by Mr. JAMES NELSON, St. Andrew, left hand lame. 10/10 THOMAS VITCH, a mulatto creole of Montego Bay, says he is free but has no document thereof, to be detained until brought before the Sitting Magistrates. 10/10 AUGUSTA, a Congo to N. MARSTON, Esq., marked apparently M W on left shoulder and left breast. 10/11 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr J. CHRISTIE Falmouth, marked I H on right shoulder, and C with another letter not plain, on left shoulder. 10/12 WILLIAM, a creole, to Dr. SELVEIRA Brandon Hill, no brandmark. 10/13 CAESAR, a Congo, to BRUNTON WOODLANDS no brandmark, country marks on right shoulder, has a cut across the nail of his left thumb, and has lost some of his upper teeth. 10/18 HARDTIMES, an Eboe to JOHN TAYLOR Esq., marked G M T on top, on both shoulders, country marks on his face, and had an ulcered leg. 10/21 JOHN, alias HENRY, a Congo, to Mr. HARRIS of Dr. Thompson, mark not plain on left shoulder. 10/22 THOMAS, a Mungola to Mr. JONES marked B K on right shoulder, mark not plain, on left shoulder, and country marks on both breasts. 10/24

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56 ABBA, an Eboe to JOHN KENNEDY, no brand mark, country marks on her temples. 10/22 HAMILTON, a creole, to Mr. OGILVIE Morant Estate, has a scar above, and a cut below, his right eye, country marks on his temples, and a cut across his right arm. 11/1 LETITIA, a Coromantee t o Mr. MASON, marked N B on right shoulder, country marks on her temples, and lost two of her upper teeth. 11/2 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. BEAR marked P P on left shoulder. 11/7 MAY, a creole, to Mrs. STEWART, of Barbados, no brandmark. 11/7 FOX, a Mungola to Mr. FOX country mark on right shoulder and both breast and a bump on his stomach. 11/8 HAMLET, a creole, to Mr. MOLONY, no brandmark. 11/9 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. KELLY no brandmark. 11/9 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. ROSS no mark, has a cut in his f orehead. 11/11 ATLAS, a Mungola to Captain MOORE no brandmark. 11/11 GEORGE, a Mungola to ANGUS KENNEDY or JOHN LUNAN, dec., marked I L in one, on right shoulder. 11/14 THOMSON, a Wakee, to ANGUS KENNEDY or JOHN LUNAN, dec., marked I L in one, on right shoulder. 11/14 NED, a Mungola to ANGUS KENNEDY or JOHN LUNAN, dec., marked I L in one, on right shoulder. 11/14 RAIT, an Eboe to ANGUS KENNEDY or JOHN LUNAN, dec., marked I L in one, on right shoulder. 11/14 PATIENCE, a Mundingo to Mrs. BROW N marked M D on right shoulder. 11/15 NELSON, a Congo to Mr. JAMES McGOWAN, Port Royal mountains, marked I MG on right shoulder. 11/17 VENUS, a creole, to Miss SARAH McCALL 11/17 NANCY, a Mungola to Mr. DAVIS a sailor, no brandmark, marks of flogging. 11/17 QUEEN, a Mungola to Mr. DUNCOMB no brandmark. 11/22

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57 JACK, a Moco to Mr. DALCON, no mark, has lost a few of his lower teeth. 11/22 TOM, a creole, to Mr. HENRIQUES no brandmark. 11/22 ROMEO, a creole, to Mrs. ALDWELL no brandmark, he was publicly flogged for stealing a hat. 11/22 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAMS marked I R between, on right breast, says he was marked by Monsieur RAYMOND, dec. 11/22 SAMPSON, an Eboe to Mr. JAMES FRASER late Deputy Marshal, marked I B on both shoulders, has lost two of his upper teeth. 11/25 MARIA, a creole, to Miss WILLIAMS no mark. 11/25 BEN, a creole, to Mr. THOMPSON, marked I E A on both shoulders, and a sore on his right foot. 11/26 GEORGE, a creole, to Waterhouse Estate, marked W P on right shoulder and breast. 11/26 DUNDEE, a Moco to Mr. TURNBULL marked E W on left, and mark not plain on right shoulder. 11/29 FRANCIS [Frances] CLARK, a creole, and her CHILD, has lost part of the joint of the middle finger of her left hand; sent in from Fort Augusta. 11/30 TANBY, a creole, to JOHN W. MILLWARD, Esq., Spanish Town, no mark, had a sore on her left foot, and has lost part of her front teeth. 11/30 SARAH, an Eboe to one SPENCER no mark. 11/30 JAMES CLARK, a creole, to Mr. HILTON a b ricklayer by trade, marked H and other marks not plain, on both shoulders. 11/30 ROBIE, a creole, to the Farm Penn, no mark, of a yellow complexion, has lost one of his upper teeth. 11/30 DICK, a Coromantee to Mr. DONBAVAND or BOYD, no mark, has lost part of his little toes, and has the elephantiasis. 12/2 FORTUNE, an Eboe to W. ROBERTSON, Esq., mark not plain. 12/5 SALT WATER, a Mungola to Messrs. ATKINSON, ADAMS, and ROBERTSON, no mark, country marks on his belly. 12/5

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58 LEWIS, a creole, to J. SWAL BY Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked M I on right and M N on left shoulder, has lost one of his upper front teeth. 12/6 Morant Bay Workhouse 1814. [CC] HERCULES, an American, says he belongs to a Mr. McDOUGALL wharfinger, Manchioneal, marks of flogging on his back, the second and third toe of his left foot joined, and a sore on right leg. 1/6 NED, an Angola says he belongs to Messrs. BOGLE and C O Kingston, country marks on his breast, has lost his left arm. 1/25 BESSY, a Congo, says she belongs to Mr. P HILLIPS Kingston, pockpitted, bad sore on left leg. 2/5 COLIN, a creole boy, to Dr. VERLEY Pembroke plantation, near Stoney Hill. 2/14 THOMAS, a Congo, to Mr. RENWICK a brown man, a carpenter, Kingston, marked E W on right shoulder. 2/26 NELSON, a Mo co to Dr. GUETTE a Frenchman, Kingston, stout made, country marks on his face and back. 3/4 PHILLIS, an Angola to Miss MORGAN, near Halfway Tree, mark on right shoulder set plain. 3/8 FANNY, an Angola to Miss NANCY FRENCH, Kingston. 3/8 RICHARD, a Co ngo to Mr. B. M. PERKINS Kingston, mark on right shoulder not plain. 3/16 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. HENRY HAZEL Island Wood Plantation, Portland, marked apparently M on right shoulder. 3/22 CHARLOTTE, an Eboe to a Mr. STANGE who resides on a penn near K ingston. 3/28 PRESENT, a creole, to Mr. BAYLEY Gibraltar Estate, near Annotto Bay, mark on right shoulder not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 3/28 LOUISA, a Nago to a Mr. ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, formerly of Savanna la Mar, but now of Kingston, marked A R on left shoulder. 3/30 FRANK, an Angola to a Mr. OTTO a jar maker, Kingston, lame on left leg. 4/13 BELLA, a creole, to the estate of Mr. JACKSON, dec., Old Harbour. 5/17

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59 KITTY, a creole, says she belongs to Dr. McFARLANE St. David, mark on right shoulder not plain, meagre and weak. 5/23 SAMMO, a Succo to Norfolk Cotton Plantation, the property of Mr. SMITH dec., and that Mr. Cruikshank is the overseer. 6/3 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. ARNOLD a blacksmith, Kingston, slim made, marked A R N on right sh oulder. 6/9 PRUDENCE, a Mungola to a Mr. HAINES Kingston, or to GoldenGrove Estate, stout made and round face. 6/19 GEORGE, an Eboe to Mr. THOMAS at Halfway Tree workhouse, apparently about 13 years of age. 6/19 MARY, a creole, to Captain CORYTON, Fairfield. 6/25 EDMUND, a creole, to JOHN PANTON, Esq., Portland, marked I P on right shoulder. 6/27 PITT, an Angola to Mr. WALKER Mason, Yallahs, marked I W on right shoulder and a large mark on right breast. 6/28 HERCULES, a Moco to Mr. HAWES dec. of Content Coffee Plantation, Mr. Haynes is his Trustee, mark not plain on right shoulder. 6/29 WILTSHIRE, a Congo says he belonged to a Mr. BERNARD, a Baker, Spanish Town, who, at his death, left him to his son, Mr. JAMES BERNARD a brown man, Spanish Town, and that he has been a runaway for upwards of two years, marked P M on top, on right shoulder. 6/29 PETER, a Portuguese Congo, to the estate of a Mr. AFFLECK has lost part of his right leg. 7/1 APRON, an Otto to Mr. HARDY a mason, Rum Lane, Ki ngston, marks of flogging on his back and breast, and country marks on his face. 7/3 PANTON, a creole, to Bowden Estate; he is a carpenter by trade. 7/7 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. HAZEL, Manchioneal, mark not plain on left shoulder. 8/22 WILLIAM, a Coromantee to ROBERT GRAHAM Esq., a merchant, Kingston, marked apparently with W T on left shoulder. 8/27 HARRY, an Angola to Violet Bank plantation, Port Royal mountains, the property of the Reverend Mr. POWNALL mark not plain. 8/27

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60 WILLIAM, a creole, to J OHN McPHERSON, Pilot, Port Royal, marked apparently K on right shoulder, and marks of flogging. 8/30 TONEY, a Mungola to JOHN McPHERSON, Pilot, Port Royal. 8/30 CORK, a Coromantee to JAMES McKEWAN, Esq., Port Royal, marks of flogging on his back. 8/30 JOHN WATERS, a Mundingo, says he formerly belonged to Mons. ROSIER overseer, to Mr. HARRIS Fish Brook, Portland, but now to Mr. MURRAY, Bagnal s Spring, St. Mary, marked apparently L C on right shoulder. 9/12 JEM, a Coromantee to a Mr. BARNES Burnfie ld plantation, St. Ann, marked A M C right shoulder, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 9/16 SEPTEMBER, a Moco to Mr. BARNES Burnfield plantation, St. Ann, mark of a cut on his nose, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 9/16 THOMAS, a creole, said he belonged to Content coffee pl antation, now says to Lucky Valley sugar estate, Clarendon, and that a Mr. MILLAR is his trustee, he has several marks, but not plain. 9/28 SAM, a creole boy, says he belongs to Mr. VINCENT a carpenter, Kingston, apparently about 16 years of age; brought in by the Maroons. 10/5 AIR, a Mundingo, to Mr. BALLENTINE a jobbing carpenter, at present working at Dry Works tavern, country marks on his face, and is pitted with the smallpox. 10/6 CULLEN, a Mungola to Mr BALLENTINE a jobbing carpenter, country mar ks on his back, and across his forehead. 10/6 ARCHY, a Mungola to Mr BALLENTINE a jobbing carpenter, has a cut on the side of his right ear. 10/6 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. PHILLIPS a brown man, Maroon Town, marked P H pp on right breast. 10/12 JAMES, a Mundingo, to Captain W. EVERETT, large whiskers and cleanly made, he was employed on board the sloop Bee, Capt. Horne; brought in by the Maroons. 10/23 NANCY, a Mungola with infant CHILD, to Fieldbrook coffee plantation, or to T. G. HARRIS Esq., Kings ton, mark not plain on right shoulder, she has a suckling child with her, apparently eight or nine months old. 10/23 JACKSON, a Mungola says he formerly belonged to Mr. JOHN GRANT a jobbing carpenter,

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61 who sold him to Mr. McLACHLAN dec., late overseer on Constant Spring. 10/27 DICKEY, an Eboe to Creighton Hall Estate, mark not plain on right shoulder, and has a bad sore on his right leg. 11/1 SARAH, a salt water creole, to Miss REID King Street, Kingston. 11/1 EDMUND, a Mungola to JOHN TAYLOR Esq., Hope Estate, near Kingston, marks of burning on his face and body. 11/3 MARGARET, a creole, to Dr. SPIAK Manchioneal. 11/10 DEBAH, an Eboe to Miss WINTER Orange Street, Kingston, marked I W [upside down], on left shoulder. 11/18 Portland Workhouse 1814. [CC] THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. OGILBY St. Mary, no brandmark. 2/22 POPE, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. WATT Plaintain Garden River, marked I H on top. 2/24 WILLIAM, a salt water creole, says he belongs to Mr. CARTER Kingston, marked A R M on right shoulder. 3/7 SANO, a salt water creole, says he belongs to GRANT SHAW Spanish Town, marked G POY on right shoulder. 3/7 EMILLY, an Eboe says she belongs to FRANCES ROSS Kingston, no brandmark. 3/8 GEORGE, a creole, says he belongs to Mis s THOMAS Kingston, no brandmark. 3/11 JOHN, a creole, to JANES BARRETT St. Thomas in the East, no brandmark. 3/23 BILLY, a creole, to Mount Pleasant, marked M P in one, on left shoulder. 4/5 JOHN, a Mungola to JOHN DE ROSLERS no brandmark. 4/12 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. BELL St. Thomas in the East, marked BELL 4/24 STUART, a Moco to Mr. CLARK St. Thomas in the East, marked W C on right shoulder. 7/2 JANE BROOKS, a creole, says she is free but has no document thereof, no brandmark. 7/4 JOHN, a Coromantee to Mr. SHAW St. George, marked R L on right shoulder. 7/11

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62 TONY, a Mungola to Mr. HERBS Up Park Camp, mark not plain. 7/14 CHRISTMAS, a creole, to J. ANDERSON, St. George, marked H on both shoulders. 7/16 GROSSET, a Coromantee to Spring Garden Estate, St. George, no brandmark. 7/18 JOHN FORD, a creole, to Miss FOORD, Kingston, has an ulcer on his right leg. 8/13 TOM, a Mungola to MAURICE JONES Esq., marked B I R I on top, on right shoulder. 10/4 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. DEBBUIG NON, St. George, no brand mark. 10/17 BENNET, a Nago to JOHN ASHCOT no brand mark. 10/17 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. DE CORDONE Spanish Town, no mark. 11/23 Port Royal Workhouse 1814. [ CC] ROSETTA, a Coromantee says she belongs to Mr. PETER GILL m arked A D B and scars, on left shoulder, and G 8 on right, and G 8 on both breasts, she had on a rivetted collar, and is far advanced in pregnancy. 1/5 MARY, a French creole, to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, near AnnottoBay, marked W B on lef t shoulder, and marks of a blister on her breasts. 1/16 GEORGE, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. MATTHEW McDONALD, no marks, taken on board of a merchant ship. 1/18 COLUMBUS, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. I. HAMSLY, Kearan Penn, near Montego Bay, marks on shoulders not visible. 1/19 QUAW, alias GILBERT a creole, says he belongs to Miss ELIZABETH HARRISON, St. George, no mark. 1/23 FIDELIA, a creole, to Miss SARAH KELSATT no mark. 2/3 QUACO, a creole, says he belongs to J. DELHOUSE Esq., Spanish Town, mark on right shoulder not plain, mark of a burn on his belly. 2/9 DUKE, a creole, says he belongs to WILLIAM HOLGATE Esq., no brandmark. 2/9 CHANCE, an Eboe to WILLIAM HOLGATE Esq., mark not plain. 2/9 JOHN LEWIS CLARKE, a mulatto creole, says he is free but cannot produce any documents

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63 thereof, marked I M on left shoulder. 2/13 ANTOINETTA, a creole says she belongs to Mrs. GADISBIRE Kingston, no mark. 2/16 BILLY, an Eboe to Dr. MACKGLASHAN, Kingston, marked H E on right breast. 2/21 GEORGE, a creole, to Miss ANN MOORE Spanish Town, marked A M between, has lost the great toe of his left foot. 3/3 NANCY CLARK, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS Springfield, St. Thomas in the East, no mark. 3/24 CHARLOTTE, a Mungola to Mr. HENRY FLECK, Morant Bay, marked S 8, on top, on right shoulder. 3/24 BOB, a c reole, to Mr. HILL of Gray s Hall, near Annotto Bay, formerly to Mr. PREADE of Kingston, no mark. 3/30 ROSEANNA, a creole, says her master s name is a Mr. EAST of Maryland, St. Andrew, marked with M D on both sides of her face, and on both shoulders. 4/6 JUDY, an Eboe to a Miss SUKEY McDONALD, Mount Charles, St. Thomas in the East, no mark, has a film on her right eye. 4/6 JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. SYLVESTER Port Royal mountains, marked R S on left shoulder, country marks on his belly. 4/21 THOMAS PR INCE, a creole, to R. A. ALEXANDER Kingston, marked apparently R S on both shoulders and breasts, and a sore on left foot. 4/27 WILLIAM, a creole, to a Miss BROWN Princess Street, Kingston, no mark. 5/8 HARRY, a creole, to Mr. McBEAN Kingston who keeps a wharf, no mark. 5/12 JEMMY, a saltwater creole, to ANN MOORE Spanish Town, marked V A H on both shoulders, and a sore on left ankle. 6/10 FORTUNE, an Eboe to JOHN THOMAS GROVES St. Catherine, marked A M X below, on left, and A M C on right shoulder, country marks on his belly, back, and face. 6/13 RICHARD, a creole, to DAVID CORDOVA, Spanish Town, no mark. 6/13 BILLY, a Mungola to the estate of McLYDE dec. Galloway Coffee Mountain, marked M on left shoulder. 6/17 JEM, a creole, to a Mr. SIMPS ON, of Kingston, who lives at Fort Stewart Estate, no mark. 6/19

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64 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. JONES near the bridge, Spanish Town, no mark. 7/19 AMELIA, a creole, to Mr. GRAY, St. George; she formerly belonged to Colonel SMITH of the Royal Artillery, but was sold to Mr. HENRIQUES of Kingston, no mark. 7/23 JACKEY, a creole, he made his escape from St. Andrew workhouse where he was sentenced to be confined for life, mark on both shoulders not plain. 8/1 ROSE, a creole, to Miss LEWIS Spanish Town, mark on both shoulders, not plain. 8/11 WILLIAM, a Moco to Mr. DAVIS Kingston, no mark, his legs bent inwards. 9/17 JOHN, alias JOHN PHENCER apparently a Papa, says he is free, but can shew no document thereof. 9/22 JOHN, alias JOHN HENRY, a creole, says h e belongs to the estate of the Hon. SIMON TAYLOR dec., marked W H on both shoulders. 9/27 JOHN SPENCER, a creole, says he belongs to ELIZABETH CUNHAS a quadroon, lodging at Miss Foord s, no mark. 9/22 LALETTI, a French creole, to CARL ELIAS LEVILLE Lom bard Street, Kingston, no mark, pitted with the smallpox, and has scars on her neck and breast. 10/21 SALLY LUNDAY, a creole girl, to Miss BONSER Rum Lane, Kingston, no mark. 11/6 FRANCIS, a creole, to Miss DAVIS Kingston, marked I M on left shoulder. 11/16 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Plumb Park Estate, owner s unknown, he was sold to Mr. ABRAHAM ELKIN marked I H on left shoulder. 11/16 NIMROD, a creole, to Mr. FLOWERS of Spanish Town, has lost his left leg. 11/27 St. Andrew Workhouse 1814. [CC] TOM, a n Eboe to Mr. CHARLES LEE Pay Office, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 1/7 PHILLIS, a Nago to Miss BETSEY BYFIELD Port Maria, marked apparently A B, between. 1/7 KITTY JOHNSON, a mulatto creole, says she is free, marked apparently I P S on right shoulder, part of the great toe of her right foot off, and is pregnant. 1/14 JEFFERY, a Moco to Mr. HALL Highgate, St. Mary, marked apparently I N on rig ht shoulder,

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65 has lost the use of his right side. 1/13 VICTORINE, a creole of St. Domingo, to Madam POPORTE no mark. 1/17 PEDRO, a Mungola to Mr. YATES Port Royal, marks of a public flogging on his back. 1/19 DARBY, a Moco to Mr. RAINSFORD, mark on r ight shoulder not plain. 1/22 GOODLUCK, a Wakee, brandmark on right shoulder not plain, and marks of flogging on his back. 1/22 SOPHIE, a Congo to Miss HALL, marked H on right shoulder and marks of flogging on her back. 1/23 JENNY, a creole, to Miss B OGLE no brandmark. 1/24 BESSEY, a creole, to Mrs. MILLER no brandmark. 1/26 STEPHEN, an Eboe to Mr. MOIR marked X on both shoulders and cheeks. 1/28 RICHARD, an Eboe to ROBERT HAMILTON, Esq., no mark. 2/2 MARY, a creole, to Mr. PONTJOLLY marked Pontjoly on right shoulder. 2/2 ROSE, alias MARGARET a creole, to Mr. BENTEST, or Rencorn Estate, no brandmark, she is pregnant. 2/4 JUNE, an Eboe to Mrs. GREEN marked T B dot between, on both shoulders. 2/6 SUSANNA, a creole, to Mr. BRAVO, no mar ks. 2/2 ROBERT, alias LAMBERT a Mungola to Mr. DENTON, Mile Gully, St. Elizabeth, marked S D on left shoulder. 2/12 ANTHONY, a Mungola to Mr. SOLOMON formerly Miss WALKER a little pock pitted. 2/13 ADAM, a creole, to Mr. DUNCAN, no mark. 2/14 PITT a Mungola to Mr. HUNTER mark on left shoulder not plain, lost the second toe of his left foot. 2/16 CYRUS, a Mundingo, to Mr. LEE country marks on his face. 2/19 TYTUS, a creole, to Dove Hall Estate. 2/20

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66 NANCY, a Congo to Mr. CLERY Above Rocks. 2/23 JOHN, a Chamba to Mr. SAUNDER a mason, marked M on left shoulder, country marks on his face; brought in by the Maroons. 2/24 ANTHONY, a creole of Curacao, to Mr. M. KAIL marked I M on both shoulders. 2/24 SARAH, a creole of Barbados, to Mr. COHEN, no mark. 2/24 IRELAND, a Mungola to Mr. MORGAN, marked R M on right shoulder. 2/25 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. FRASER Spanish Town, no mark. 3/2 CLARISSA, a Coromantee to Mrs. GORDON, a little pock pitted. 3/3 NANCY, a creole, to Mr. MOSQUITO, marked I O between, on right shoulder. 3/7 BOB, a creole, to Mr. QUEENLAND, Annotto Bay, no mark. 3/8 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. CORDOVA, no mark. 3/11 SAMUEL, a creole, to Mr. CORDOVA. 3/11 GEORGE, an Eboe to Mr. PETERSWALD no mark. 3/14 LAWRENCE SPEED a creole of Curacao, says he is free, no mark. 3/16 MARY, a Mungola to Mount Rose, St. Mary, marked apparently A ROSE, between, on both shoulders. 3/19 WANNICA, a creole, to Miss MARY LOOPE Kingston, mark not plain on left shoulder. 3/19 JULIET BR OOKS, a creole, says she is free, no mark. 3/19 ELEANOR or MARY, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS BONNER marked T B on left shoulder. 3/19 ELEANOR, a creole, to Miss COLEMAN Kingston, no mark. 3/22 TYLER, a Coromantee to Mr. L. WRAY, marked apparently L W between, on right shoulder and a scar on the left side of his mouth. 3/23 CASTILIA, a Mungola to Mr. CERF St. Ann, marked apparently M C B below right shoulder. 3/23

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67 WILLIAM, a salt water creole, to Mr. WILLIAM CLARY marked W C on left shoulder. 3/2311 WILLIAM WALKER, a mulatto creole, says he is free, no mark. 3/25 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. BARNETT no mark. 3/25 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. REID a scar on both shoulders. 3/25 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. DAVIS no mark. 3/25 SUKEY, a Congo, to Mr. DOUGL AS Kingston, marked I B on both shoulders. 3/30 FREDERICK, a Wakee to Dr. McFARLANE marked apparently P M W below, on right shoulder, and W on left shoulder. 4/5 FANNY, a creole, to Miss JACOBS no mark. 4/5 DIANA, a Moco to Mr. YATES no mark. 4/7 HARRON, a Mungola to Mr. MORGAN, marked R M on right shoulder. 4/10 BEN, a Congo to Mr. HAMILTON, marked R H on right shoulder. 4/11 MARGARET, a creole, to Mrs. JAMES Spanish Town, scar on left shin. 4/14 ABIGAIL, a Congo to Mr. McCAA no mark. 4/ 26 BISHOP, an Eboe to Mr. MITCHELL no mark. 4/30 [ NONAME ] a Mungola name unknown, marked apparently M G on both shoulders, and a scar on left foot, from a burn. 4/30 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. BECKFORD, marked 1B between, on right shoulder. 5/2 HE YWOOD, a Chamba to Mr. BOTLING or GREENE country marks on his face. 5/2 BETTY, a creole, to Shannon Estate, no mark. 5/6 GRANT, a Congo to Mr. PERRY marked D P on right shoulder. 5/6 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. HUNTER Whitfield Penn, no mark. 5/8 JEMM Y, a Mungola to Miss TRUXTON, Kingston, mark not plain. 5/9 11 WILLIAM, a salt water creole, to Mr. W. CLARY, marked W C on left shoulder. 11/16

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68 LOUISA, a Papa, to Capt. JEFFREY blind of left eye. 5/10 SARAH ANN WEST, a creole, says she is free. 5/13 JACK, to Hall Green, marked W T on both shoulders. 5/13 LIMERICK, an Eboe to Mr. MO RGAN, no mark. 5/20 BOB, a creole, to Mr. HILL Annotto Bay, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 5/25 SMART, a creole, to Mr. MAIN marked apparently M on right shoulder. 5/25 ADAM, a creole, to Mr. WHINNEY, no mark. 5/30 FREDERICK, a Mungola to Mr. R ICHARDS marked apparently N on left shoulder with another mark not legible. 5/30 FIDELIA, a Moco to Mr. ROBERTSON, no mark. 5/30 JESSY, a Mungola to Mr. MENDES no mark. 6/6 FANNY, a creole, to Mr. FITZGERALD no mark. 6/7 DICK, a Mungola to Mr. SM ART marks of flogging, and has an iron collar on his neck. 6/7 QUASHIE, a creole, marked apparently N 5 on right shoulder. 6/7 LOUISA, a creole, to Miss WALTERS no mark. 6/13 QUASHIE, a creole, marked apparently W on right shoulder. 6/16 PETER, a Mungola to Mr. BEECHER marked G B blotch between, on left shoulder. 6/20 PRINCE, a creole, to Mrs. YOUNG. 6/22 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. SMITH no mark. 6/23 TOM, a Moco formerly to Mr. DAWSON, but now to Mr. GRAY, brand marks on both breasts illegible scar on shin. 6/27 JAMES, a Wakee, to Mr. HAMILTON, no mark. 6/27 FRANK, an Eboe to Mr. MAHONEY, marked T M on right shoulder. 6/27

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69 CUDJOE, a creole, to Mr. JONES no mark. 6/28 SALLY, a creole, to Mrs. JACOBS no mark. 6/28 NANCY, a creole, to Mis s BIRD no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 6/28 SIMON, a Succo to Mr. MUNGAY, no mark. 6/29 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. LEWIS Kingston, country marks on his belly. 6/30 DIANA, a Congo, to Mr. GARDNER but formerly to Mr. NODDLE dec., no mark. 6/30 PE TER, a creole, to Mr. FAULKNER no mark. 7/1 CONTRIVANCE, a Congo to Mrs. MARTIN no mark. 7/6 YORK, a creole, to Mr. FEURTADO, no mark. 7/7 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. WILLIAM TURNBULL dec., marked apparently W T on left, and illegible on right shoulder 7/8 JENNY, a Mungola to Mr. MUIRHEAD. 7/13 REBECCA, a Moco to Mr. IBBOTT no mark. 7/15 ALICK, a sambo creole, to Mrs. ROSS 7/15 JAMES, a sambo creole, to Mr. ISAAC SILVERA no mark. 7/15 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. LAING the scars of brand marks on both shoulders. 7/15 QUAW, a creole, to Messrs. JACQUES, LAING, and CO., brandmarks on both shoulders, and marks of flogging on his back. 7/18 ANTHONY MORALES, a creole of the island of St. Thomas, says he was born free, that he was taken by Mr. THOM AS STYTH, who says he belongs to Mr. KING of that island. 7/19 VENUS, a creole, to Mr. GRAHAM marked T B between, on both shoulders. 7/21 SILVIA, a Coromantee to Mr. B. POURIE Old Harbour, no mark. 7/21 SALLY, an Eboe to Mr TOD, dec., marked T O D, on both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 7/22 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. TOD, dec., has his country marks; brought in by the Maroons. 7/22

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70 ELIZABETH, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM SHREYER no mark. 7/23 SUKEY, a Mundingo, to PLATFIELD mark not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 7/27 QUEEN, a creole, to Mr. MAY, no mark. 7/28 JANE, a Mungola to Mr. USHER mar k illegible on right shoulder. 7/28 RICHARD, a Congo to Mr. GEORGE GREGORY, Kingston, marked I S on both shoulders. 8/1 PROVIDENCE, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN HIATT mark on right shoulder illegible, both hands speckled. 8/1 RICHARD, a creole, to Miss MARS DEN, Kingston, no mark. 8/9 PLUNKETT, a Congo to Mr. TYRRELL Kingston, marked S B between, on right shoulder. 8/10 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. HOWARD, scars on both shoulders. 8/10 PRUDENCE, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN HINDS mark on right shoulder illegible, both hands speckled. 8/11 BESSY, an Eboe to Mr. FULTON marks of flogging on her back. 8/22 BOB, a Congo to Mr. PEAT Port Maria, scars on both shoulders. 8/22 JOHN, a Chamba to Mr Mc KAY; brought in by the Maroons. 8/23 ALICK, a Mungola to Mr. WIL LIAM LIDDLE marked W L and other marks on right shoulder, brought in by the Maroons. 8/23 CALUES, a Mungola to Mr. REES country marks on belly. 8/23 NEET, a Mungola to Mr. ALICK has lost his nose. 8/25 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. BAYLIS marked I B on right shoulder. 8/29 JOHN WILLIAM JOSEPH, a creole of Port au Prince, says he is free but can shew no document thereof, marked apparently P H B below, and other marks on right breast, and W on left breast. 8/29 SUCCESS, a Mungola to Mr. DA COSTA, off the island. 8/30

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71 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. BROWN Falmouth. 8/30 POMPEY, a Mungola to Mr. STAINES mark not plain. 8/30 NANCY, a French creole a large scar on left ankle, to Mr. LOPEZ. 9/1 LONDON, a creole, to Mr. RODERICK, Kingston, marks of floggin g on his back. 9/1 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. SWABY marked W G twice on left, and same mark once on right shoulder. 9/4 FAITH, a creole, to Mr. McD ONALD marked M D in one, on right shoulder. 9/9 PATRICK, a mulatto creole, to Mansfield Estate; brought in by the Maroons. 9/10 NED, a Mungola to Mr. STEWART, mark not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 9/10 RODNEY, a Papa, to Mr. CLARK country marks on face. 9/11 JAMES, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. HAMILTON, dec., mark not plain. 9/12 PATRICK, a creole, to Mr. LOGMORE 9/14 HURRICANE, an Eboe to Papine Estate, the first finger of his left hand bent. 9/14 STREPH, or STREPHON a Mungola to Miss BESSY mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/30 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. BEAR SMITH 9/30 POLYDORE, a Coromantee to Mr. LIVINGSTON, mark not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 10/5 TOM, a Mungola to Mr. GRIFFIN his left leg shorter than the right; brought in by the Maroons. 10/5 CELIA, a Mungola to Mr. DUNSCOMB mark not plain; brought in by the Maroons. 10/5 PAULINA, a Papa, to Madam MARANETT marked Mein Le riche, on right breast; brought in by the Maroons. 10/5 ISAAC, a creole, to Mr. SHAND. 10/6 GEORGE, a Mundingo, to Mr. STAINES no mark. 10/13 RAMSEY, a Moco to Mr. BYWATER mark not plain. 10/13

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72 JOHN, a mulatto creole, to Messrs. FOX and STEEL has lost two toes off his left foot. 10/15 JOHN, a creole, to a French lady, has a collar on. 10/17 WILLIAM, a Mungola marked I B on right shoulder. 10/17 JOHN, a creole, to Mademoiselle MARIA Water Lane, no mark. 10/18 JESSY, a Coromantee to Maverly Estate, no mark. 10/19 CUFFEE, a creole, to Mr. POLSON Dirty pit Penn, has a scar on left ankle. 10/23 HARRY, a Mungola to ROBERT McCLELAND Esq., marked apparently A E, on right shoulder. 10/29 ROBERT, a Mungola to ROBERT McCLELAND Esq., marked apparently A E on right shoulder. 10/29 JESSAMY, an Eboe to Mr. CHAND, mark not plain. 10/31 JOHN, a French creole, to Mr. FRANCIS Kingston, no mark. 11/1 PRINCE, a creole, to SERGEANT TEMPLE, has a scar on his left cheek. 11/1 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, to Mr. SWORD or McP HERSON, marked R H on left shoulder, and R P [upside down] [sideways] on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 11/3 DUNCAN, a Moco to Mr. JOHN HUIE is a little pock pitted. 11/11 OLIVE a Mungola to Miss PAXTER has a scar on the outside of her left ankle. 11/13 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. GOOD, marks of flogging on his back. 11/14 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. FEURTADO, no mark. 11/16 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. GRAHAM no mark. 11/16 WILLIAM, a cr eole, to Mr. BENNET, no mark. 11/16 ALFRED, a creole, to Mr. FARRON JACOBS no mark. 11/16 PRIMUS, a Mundingo, to Mr. MIDWARD, River Head, marked T M in one on left shoulder. 11/17

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73 JOHN, a creole, to Miss FIRTH marked [upside down] T I on left shoulde r, and T I on right shoulder. 11/22 BESSY, a Coromantee to Mr. IBBOTT Esq., has a scar on her right shoulder. 11/23 MARY, a creole, to HENRY JONES marked apparently W on right shoulder. 12/1 St. Ann Workhouse 1814. [CC] THOMAS, to Mr. LOGORGUE St George, by Mr. Bigam. 1/14 MAURICE, to Mr. LION at Falmouth, by Mr. Bigam. 1/31 TITUS, a creole, to Success Estate, St. James, 5 ft. 51/4 in. high. 2/6 FOOT, a creole, to Flat Point Estate, St. Ann, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 2/6 ROBERT, a Mungola to Mr. YOUNG, a carpenter, near Mahogany Hall, Trelawny, marked G on both shoulders, 5 ft. 31/4 in. high. 2/8 JOHN, a Coromantee first said he was free, then said he belonged to Counsellor SCARLETT, marked on both breasts, I L with the form of a on his stomach, I L on the left shoulder, and R T on the right shoulder, with marks of severe flogging on his back; he had a bag containing a new brown cloth coat, and sundry other wearing apparel, some fine ruffed shirts, marked MB, also a gilt watch, o utside case silver, G. Grower, Dublin, No.12013, and two letters, one signed John Hews, addressed to John Hews, the other anonymous addressed to John Scarlett and John Campbell, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 3/15 GLOSTER, a creole boy, to JOHN GREY, near Dry Harbour, 4 ft. 21/2 in. high. 3/15 SARAH, a creole, says she belongs to Mahogany Hall Penn, Trelawny, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 3/17 NED, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. NELSON, at Martha Brae, and that he is hired to Barnstable Estate, near Rio Bueno, mark left shoulder, not plain, 5 ft. 61/4 in. high. 3/19 ALLICK, a creole, to Mr. RUSSELL St. John, marked I R F [R upside down] on both shoulders, right foot lame, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 3/28 EDWARD BURKE, a creole, to JOHN BURKE who lives three miles on the windw ard road from Port Morant to Bath, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 4/3 FRANCES, a Congo, to Mr. WILLIAM SAWYERS near Mahogany Hall, Trelawny, marked I W 9 on top, on right shoulder, 5 ft. 10 in. high. 4/4 MARY ANN, an Eboe to SALLY MARTIN a brown woman, Port Maria Bay, marked C on left

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74 shoulder, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 4/9 TOM, a Mundingo, to DONALD CAMPBELL St. Ann, mark not plain on both shoulders, 5 ft. 10 in. high. 4/9 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. SLIGHT Kingston, has a crooked leg. 7/5 WILLIAM, a creole, to Warwick Castle Estate, St. Mary. 7/12 LUST, a Portuguese to Mr. ATHERTON, Green Park Estate, Trelawny, marked I R I not plain. 8/4 WILL, a Congo to Mr. LOCESNE Kingston, marked SICARD on both breasts. 8/4 KATE, a Congo to the estate of Mr. BRODERICK, Hamilton Brown, Esq., is the Attorney, mark not plain on both shoulders. 8/7 TITUS, a Coromantee to Mr. McK ESSIE Clarendon, marked M K in one, on both breasts, other letters, not plain, before it. 8/7 KITTY, a Congo and her child QUACO, to Friendship Estate Trelawny. 8/15 BILL, a Mundingo, to a black woman named SARAH JACKSON formerly called CLEOPATRA, at Duncan s, Trelawny. 8/15 ELLIOT, a Wawee [Wakee] to THOMAS HINES Reddington coffee plantation, St. George. 8/22 JAMES, a sambo creole, to EDWARD JAM ES Trelawny, has a scar on right eye. 8/26 ROBERT, alias TRIM a Congo, says he was sold by his master, THOMAS McQUESTION MAYHEW to Mr. SHANNON, of Kingston, who sold him to a Spaniard eight years ago, and who carried him to Cuba, from whence he escaped to this island about a year since, marked T M on left shoulder, 4 ft. 6 in. high. 9/21 BESSY, a Congo, says she belongs to Mr. TATELY who has two sugar works, and that she and her countryman SCOTLAND [Congo] ran away at the same time and were in the wood s more than 20 years, when he died, she had made her way out with the intention of going home, mark not plain on both shoulders and breasts, country marks over her body. 10/1 ALICK, a Papa, to Lieut. STACK, of the 101st Regiment, mark not plain. 10/13 FR ANK, an Eboe to Dr. CHISHOLM Clarendon, marked W C figure 5 on top, on right shoulder. 10/30

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75 PONTO, a Manding o, to GEORGE ROBINSON MORRIS Hanover, mark not plain. 11/1 SAMBO, a Congo to Mr. HERLOCK, St. Ann, or Petpei Estate, St. James. 11/7 St. G eorge Workhouse 1814. [CC] GRACE, a creole, to Miss ANN PALMER HALSTEAD, Kingston. 1/9 BESSY, a Mungola says she belongs to JOHN PENNOCK a carpenter, Hanover street, Kingston, no visible mark. 1/20 TONY, a creole, to ELLIS CRAWLE, on the Spanish Town road. 1/20 JOHN WILLIAMS, a Coromantee, to DANIEL SAA a mason, Spanish Town, yellow complexion. 1/26 GOODLUCK, a creole, to Mr. FOX Mount Cresia. 3/2 JOHN, a Wawee [Wakee] to Dr. PASCO marked W on right and a bump on left shoulder. 3/7 BOB, a Mungola to a coffee mountain, in the parish of Port Royal, the property of A. A. LINDO Esq. 3/17 MARY RICHARDS, a creole, to Miss PHOEBE THOMAS Church Street, Kingston. 4/6 PRINCESS, an Eboe to Mr. ANTHONY JONES who keeps a store near the Wherry Wharf, Kings ton, marked T L in one, the L reversed, on shoulder. 4/14 HANNAH, a creole, a native of Curacao, says she formerly belonged to JAMES FRASER but now to CLARY COHEN 4/14 LIVERPOOL, a Mungola to Mr. THOMAS HARE St. Mary. 5/3 BACCHUS, an Eboe to Mr. CA RGILL proprietor of Skibo, formerly to Mr. Newland. 5/13 KITTY, a creole, to Miss KITTY CLARKE Moore Town, Portland; brought in by the Maroons. 6/2 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. McG OWAN, Galloway Hill, Port Royal mountains, marked M G on shoulder. 7/14 BESSY or JESSY a Coromantee to Dr. MACKGLASAN, marked G M C on left shoulder. 8/5 SIMON, a Mungola to Mr. McL AURIN, Orange Street. 8/21

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76 ROBERT, a creole, to Dove Hall, in the Walks, FRANCIS GRAHAM is the attorney, no mark. 8/30 FRANCIS, a Congo to Silver Hill, ROBERT SMART Esq. 9/4 BURNET, a Coromantee to Madam PERRO Kingston, who hired him to Lieutenant Cookson, of the Royal Artillery, at Port Antonio, no mark; taken up by the Maroons. 9/30 GEORGE, a Mundingo, to Esher Estate, St. Mary, marked T M H M on top, on both shoulders. 10/21 DAVIE, a Mungola to Mr. FALCONOR Rose Hill, St. Mary, marked I M, on his shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 10/21 PRINCE, a Mungola to BETTY VITCH St. Mary, marked B V, on both shoulders. 10/21 DIANA, a Mungola to Mr. J. M. CUNHA a storekeeper, Kingston, mark not plain. 10/24 MARY, a Mungola to Messrs. ATKINSON, ADAMS and ROBERTSON, Kingston, no mark. 10/24 JOE, an Eboe to a Mr. THOMAS Kingston, no marks, has a sharp cut on his shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 11/22 PRINCE, a Malabar [sic] to Mr. GRAY, Golden Street, Kingston. 12/8 JAMES, a Mungola to Messrs. BOGLES & C O ., Kingston, marked apparently PHIS on right shoulder. 12/8 St. James Workhouse 1814. [CC] BESSY, a Chamba to BRICE SAMMON, mar ked E S right shoulder,and her country marks on each side of her face, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 1/12 SARAH CAMPBELL, a mulatto woman, says she belongs to Mr. JOHN STOVE now off the island, his representative is requested to send for her immediately, 5 ft. high. 1/19 WILLIAM, a creole, to Retirement Estate, marked A C and R above, twice each shoulder, 5 ft. high. 1/20 NED, a Congo to Mr. ANGUS McP HERSON, marked A M on top, both shoulders, has a bad sore on his right heel, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 1/25 SCIPIO, a Congo to Greenwich Estate, h e is considerably bloated and must be sent for immediately, 5 ft. high. 2/1

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77 CAESAR, a Congo, says he belongs to Mrs. ANN WATSON, mar ked N S right shoulder, has a large sore on his right and long white scars, left shin, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 2/2 ADIE, a Papa, says he belonged to Mrs. FOWLER but was shipped off, and returned to the island a year ago; brought in by a party of Maroons. 2/3 ROMEO, a Papa, says he belongs to a Mrs. FOWLER but was shipped off, and returned to the island a year ago; brought in by a party of Maroons. 2/3 POPE, an Eboe to Bamboo Estate, has his country marks on his face, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 2/3 GEORGE, a creole, to JOHN E. BANKS St. Elizabeth, marked H I P right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 2/9 ROBERT, a sambo creole, brother to George, and belongs to JOHN E. BANKS St. Elizabeth; also brought in by the Maroons, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 2/9 ADAM, an Eboe to [ illeg ible ] HILL marked I S B on top; brought in by the Maroons, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 2/9 JACK, a Papa, to JOHN LONGLANDS ; says he is a cooper by trade, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 3/5 DAMON, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS P. JAMES now says to H. W. PLU MMER Esq., marked W S left shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 3/13 FANNY, a Congo to Mr. BLACKWOOD, brandmarks both shoulders L P in one, on the top, yellow skin, dotted marks of her country between her eye brows. 3/14 CELIA, a creole, to Mr. BLACKWOOD, ma rked both shoulders L P in one, on the top. 3/14 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, says he has been living on Bamboo Estate seven years, and is free, country marks in straight lines down his temples and shoulders, marked G 8 on left shoulder, 5 ft. 4 1/2 in. high. 3/22 ANNA, an Eboe to Tilson Estate, marked P S on the top, right shoulder. 3/26 JOHN, a Coromantee says he belongs to Mr. ROSS he delivered himself up to my charge at this place, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 3/29 QUASHEBA, a creole, to Mr. LEVY marked I G r ight shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 4/7 DUBLIN, an Eboe to Golden Grove, marked right shoulder, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 4/14 KELLY, a Congo to Miss PEGGY, no brandmark, 5 ft. 11/2 in. high. 4/20

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78 PHILIP, a Papa, to Mr. Jenkins, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 4/21 MARYANN, a Papa, to RHODES GRIZZLE brandmark right shoulder illegible, 5 ft. high. 4/27 CLASH, a creole, to Mount Pleasant Estate, has several large sores on his face and nose, and by his own confession is the same Negro who broke out of Lucea Gaol, on the 3d instant, signed by C. Gordon, Esq., Deputy Marshal, for that District, 5 ft. 3 1/2 in. high.12 5/8 GEORGE, a Mundingo, says he was privately shipped off to Cuba four or five years ago (having a large ulcer on his leg at the time) [sic] and that he, with two other Negroes, returned from thence a few weeks ago in a canoe, has his country marks on both temples and cheeks, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 5/8 JACK, a Congo, brandmark right shoulder and breast, Onfray in full [sic], 5 ft. 1/2 in. high. 5/11 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. MYERS no brandmark, yellow skinned, 5 ft. 71/2 in. high. 5/26 GAY, a creole, to Mr. SCOTT of Hopeton, is yellow skinned and his left ear disfigured has a sore in inner side of his left ankle and several bumps on his back, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 6/27 BESSY, a creole, to JOHN CAMPBELL Esq., of Arkendown Penn, marked P right shoulder, 4 ft. 111/2 in. high. 7/9 GEORGE, an Eboe to Mr. THOMAS PEDLER marked on left shoulder S W and on right S W P E below, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 7/9 J ACK, a Chamba to Industry Estate, Hanover, marked apparently W I right shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 7/9 JAMES WILLIAMS, a creole, says he is free, but has no documents thereof, high hair above his forehead growing in form of a crescent, fulled eyed, pouti ng lips, and well proportioned in stature, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 7/15 SAM, a Coromantee to Doctor HEWAN, no brandmark, 5 ft. 5 ni. high. 7/18 WILLIAM, to the heirs of SAMUELS 7/25 PRINCE, to Weston Favel Estate. 7/25 GEORGE, a Coromantee says he belong s to SOUTHFIELD brand marks both shoulders 12 No workhouse lists extant for Lucea in this year.

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79 illegible, has lost the first joint of his little finger left hand, and had crab yaws left heel, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 8/2 SUSAN, an Eboe says she belongs to FANNY WIMESS has her country marks dotted down the cent re of her breast, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 8/29 PETER, a Congo, to Mr. WILL marked W apparently reversed, bump hard by, right shoulder, has also a scar on his forehead above left eye brow, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 8/30 DAVY, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. ROSS overseer at Chatham Estate, has lost the little toe of his right foot, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 8/30 JOHN, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. JACK FORBES at Port Maria, has a knot on the middle joint of his middle finger, left hand, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 9/3 WILLIA M, a Congo, says he belongs to Haughton Court Estate, marked W H left and I P apparently right shoulder, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 9/7 WILLIAM, an Eboe says he belongs to JACK TAYLOR at Aligator Pond, St. Elizabeth, several of his toes on each foot disfigured, and a large white scar on both feet, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 9/8 KITTY, a Congo say she belongs to JOHN PAINE marked I K H apparently, left shoulder, 5 ft. high. 9/22 BELLA, a Moco says she belongs to SHAMFIELD, marked M H I apparently, right shoulder, 5 f t. 11/4 in. high. 9/22 CHARLEY FOX, a creole and son of Bella, to SHAMFIELD 9/22 JACK, a Congo, to JOHN ANDERSON, white scars on both hands, 4 ft. 9 in. high. 10/12 BROWN, a creole, to THOMAS MILLS marked M on top, both shoulders, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 9/11 HARRY, a yellow Eboe says he belongs to Maylersfield Estate, Westmoreland, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 10/16 OLIVE, a Moco to Friendship Estate, has his country marks on both temples and cheeks, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 10/19 HARRY, a Coromantee says he b elongs to Rosehall, Hanover, marked T N both shoulders, 5 ft. 9 in. high. 10/23 BACCHUS, an Eboe says he belongs to Paisely Estate, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 10/24

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80 WILLIAM, a creole, marked A C R on top, twice, both shoulders, 5 ft. 1/2 in. high. 10/25 GE ORGE, a creole, says he belongs to Argyle Estate, marked A NT in one and D I the D reversed, left shoulder, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 10/26 HARRY, a Coromantee says he belongs to JOHN SIMSON, marked T N both shoulders, 5 ft. 9 in. high. 11/5 TOM, a creole, says he belongs to JOHN SIMSON, marked I S both shoulders, 5 ft. 1/2 in. high. 11/5 JACK, a Bamba says he belongs to Paradise Penn, Westmoreland, marked N S right shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 11/8 MARYANN, a creole, says she belongs to Mr. DANIEL ELLI OT living near Headling Wharf, the whole complexion of her face having the appearance of a yellow stain, she has fastened around her neck a large iron collar, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 11/10 ELIZA, an Eboe says she belongs to MARY WEBSTER a free woman of colour Savanna la Mar, marked on left shoulder W M 5 ft. high. 11/10 QUAMIN, a creole, says he belongs to JANE ENGLAND, has a scar lying oblique between his eyebrows, 4 ft. 8 in. high. 11/17 EDWIN, a Congo, says he belongs to CHARLES MINE marked H right shoulder. 11/24 NEPTUNE, a creole, says belongs to [ illeg ible ] Penn, has lost the first joint of his forefinger, right hand, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 11/28 JACK, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. FAIRCLOUGH, has his country marks straight down the centre of his forehead, and a [scar] under his right eye, 5 ft. 81/2 in. high. 12/7 St. Mary Workhouse 1814. [ CC] TRIM, a Chamba, to Mr. RICHARD DAVIS Guy s Hall. 1/2 HARRY, a Congo, to Mr. SPOONER Pembroke Hall Estate, Liguanea. 1/14 CONTRIVANCE, a Nago, to M iss REBECCA PAUL Kingston, or Miss McE WON, Port Royal, marked R P on both shoulders. 1/26 KINGSTON, a Coromantee, to Mr. SMITH Content Plantation, Above Rocks, has an impediment in his speech, and a bad sore on left leg. 2/3 PRUE, a Coromantee to the estate of HARMAN GALBRAITH, Esq., dec., marked H G on left

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81 shoulder. 2/9 YORK, a Mungola to HARMAN GALBRAITH, Esq., dec., marked H G. 2/9 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. PATTERSON Rose Hill Plantation, marked N on right shoulder, had on a collar when he came in. 2/12 ROSE, a creole, to Drax Hall Estate, St. Ann, marked D H on both shoulders. 2/21 PITT, a Coromantee, to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS Crawl, St. Ann. 3/14 GLASGOW, a Nago to THOMAS HORLOCK, Esq., St. Ann. 4/1 PITT, or BILLY a Mungola to Miss BETSEY BO ARD a person of color, Kingston. 4/4 JANET, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM ATKINSON, St. Ann. 4/14 KITTY, a creole, to Mr. MYERS overseer of New Ramble Estate, St. Andrew, has an Ass in her possession. 4/23 DANIEL, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. A. MORRISON, dec., Sandwood. 4/28 ELIZA, a Mungola to SALLY TAYLOR a free black woman, Kingston. 5/2 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. LYONS Derry. 5/3 BOB, a Mungola to Mr. SHELBLOU a Frenchman, who lives near Scot s Hall, marked R C on right shoulder, a large sore on hi s hand. 5/3 CUFFEE, a creole, to Mr. LAMB Mount Regale. 5/22 ROBERT, a creole, to the estate of SMITH or Mr. REEDY Kingston. 5/22 CUDJOE, a Mundingo, to WALLEN s estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 5/26 LUCK, a creole, to Mr. CLARK a carpenter, Dawkins Trelawny, marked I F circle on top, on both shoulders. 5/29 WILLIAM, a Coromantee to Mr. HAWK a mason, Loing s Savannah, Clarendon. 5/30 THOMAS WILLIAMS, a creole, to Tremolesworth Estate. 5/30 JACK, a Papa, to Mr. STEEL Byndloss Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 7/1 DANIEL, a mulatto creole, to GEORGE BARRIFF Esq., Pleasant Farm, St. Thomas in the

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82 Vale. 7/11 SALLY, an Eboe to BETSEY CLARK a black woman, Kingston. 7/12 JOHN, a creole, to Mrs. STEPHENS or to Mr. JOHN HIATT SHARP St. Ann. 7/12 C UPID, a Coromantee to Dover Castle Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 7/12 JOHN BROWN, a Coromantee to Mr. FRASER Cool Shade, St. Ann. 7/12 MENTOR, a Mundingo, to WALLEN s estate. 7/12 WILLIAM MITCHELL, a creole, to JOHN MEEK, Esq., Kingston, Stirling C astle. 7/12 BEN, a Congo to RICHARD KINKHEAD, Esq., Stirling Castle. 7/12 SALLY, a creole, to FRANCIS GRAHAM Esq., Tulloch Castle Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 7/27 ALPIN, an Eboe to Mr. PETER McG REGOR Ocho Rios Bay, St. Ann. 7/27 SALLY, an Eboe to Mr. JOHN STEWART a man of colour, Liguanea, marked I S 7/29 GOODLUCK, an Eboe (son of Sally) [sic] to Mr. JOHN STEWART a man of colour, Liguanea, marked with I S on top. 7/29 SAM, a Congo, to Messrs. McI NTYRE and DEMPETER marked C & M 8/22 L YDIA, a Coromantee to Miss FANNY BENSETT Guy s Hill. 8/23 ANTHONY, a creole, to Unity Valley, St. Ann. 8/29 TOM, a Mungola to Berwick Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 9/2 TOM, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. McD ONAL Spanish Town, was taken out of this workhouse in August 1813 by Mr. NORMAN McL EOD. 9/2 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. INGIS Charleston Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 9/10 BESSY, a Chamba to Miss CRAWFORD Spanish Town, marked G D on left shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 9/14 NED, a cre ole to MARY WHITBY Guy s Hill, has lost the toes of both feet, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 9/14

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83 TRIM, a Mungola to Dr. GORDON, Kingston. 9/25 JOE, a creole, to the estate of Mr. CREIGHTON, Falmouth, marked T B on right shoulder. 10/3 DOVE, a Wakee to Mr. STEE L Byandloss Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked G B between. 10/22 JOHNNY, a Coromantee to Rose Hill coffee plantation. 10/30 HANNAH, a Mungola to Mrs. JACKSON, White River, marked I B I, on right shoulder. 11/10 ROBERT, a creole, formerly to Mr. DUTHIE a mason, Boddry Park, to Mr. BYRDON, Clarendon, marked W B in one, on left shoulder. 11/11 JOHN, a Wakee, to Mr. PETER HENRY Montego Bay, marked P H on right shoulder. 11/23 Spanish Town Workhouse 1814. [CC] FLORA, a creole, to THOMAS HIGSON, Esq., marked both shoulders, obliterated. 1/2 JAMES an Eboe to Mr. BASAN, Port Royal, marked F I O on top, left shoulder. 1/6 HAMLET, a creole, to Hale Hall Estate, Clarendon, W. B. NEMHARD, Esq., Trustee, no mark. 1/6 TOBY, a creole boy, to Doctor FRANKLIN at Mount Moses, in St. Andrew, marked S B on right shoulder, lost four toes of his right foot. 1/7 MARGARET, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Clarendon, no brandmark. 1/7 TITUS, a Coromantee to Mr. RODON, Dry River, Clarendon, marked M K both breasts. 1/7 DIANA, a creole, to Dr. DICKSON St. Elisabeth, marked M D left shoulder. 1/10 ROBERT, a Portuguese [Congo] formerly belonged to Mr. HINDE but supposed to have been shipped off the island, marked A C both shoulders. 1/10 BOB, a creole, to Mr. FAIRFAX WALLIS Old Harbour, marked left shoulder, obliterated. 1/10 RUSSELL, a creole, to Mr. McE RGAS at Constant Spring Estate, St. Andrew, no brandmark. 1/16 WATT, a Moco to Mr. WALKER St. Mary, marked M W both shoulders. 1/15 JOE, a creole, born in America, says he belongs to the merchant sloop Sarah Ann, Capt.

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84 LENNAN, no brandmark. 1/15 ELEANOR, a creole, to the Honourable C. GRANT Esq., at Hopewell Estate, St. Mary, no brandmark. 1/23 JAMES, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. ISAAC WAGWATER marked I X on left cheek, lost the first jo int of his small toe on his right foot. 1/28 JOHN, a Coromantee to Mr. KELLERMAN, at Bloxburgh Estate, windward, no brandmark. 1/29 HAMILTON, a Mundingo, to Mr. HART Kingston, marked O right shoulder. 1/30 ANDREW, an Eboe to Mr. A. MOLER ManateeBa y, marked M right shoulder. 2/1 DIANA, an Eboe and CHILD, Mr. A. MOLER Manatee Bay, marked M right shoulder. 2/1 MARGERY, a creole, to Mr. LYON, in the Walks, no mark. 2/2 ADAM, a Mundingo, to Dr. McF ARLANE windward, marked both shoulders, obliterate d, a sore on his left leg. 2/2 SAUNDERS, a creole, to Mr. BATTY Nonsuch Estate, St. Mary, marked I 8 right shoulder. 2/3 GEORGE, a Nago to Mr. ROACH, overseer at Bucknor s, marked I R 4 between both breasts and shoulders. 2/12 ADAM, a creole, to Mr. WILSON Hopewell Estate, St. James, marked R W right shoulder. 2/13 JOHN, a creole boy, to Mr. FARMER Kingston, no brandmark. 2/13 LIVERPOOL, a Moco to WILLIAM JAMES HALL Esq., Hope, Liguanea, marked I right shoulder. 2/14 JAMES, a creole, to THOMAS HORLOCK, Esq., Green Park, St. Ann, no brandmark. 2/16 MARY, a Moco to Mr. BRADFORD, dec., late of Carpenter Ridge, a coffee work in St. George, marked W on right shoulder, and country marks. 2/16 HARRY, a creole, to Mr. SHEA a warfinger, Port Maria Bay, marked C C, between, right shoulder. 2/20 NORTON, a creole, to Mr. INGLIS or Charleton Estate, no brandmark. 2/21 SOLOMON, a Mungola to Mr. HYATT at White River, St. Ann, marked H right shoulder.

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85 2/23 ADAM, a creole, to WILLIAM GOOD a free black man, in King ston, no brandmark. 2/23 PETER, a Mundingo, to HUGH McK ENZIE, Esq., in Clarendon, marked I E both breasts and shoulders. 2/24 HAGER, a creole, to ELIZABETH GREEN in Kingston, no brand mark. 2/24 BERWICK, a Mungola to a Mr. MILLER Kingston, marked I E A both shoulders. 3/1 CAREFUL, a Congo to Miss BESSEY NICHOLSON at Monteague, St. Ann, marked K C right shoulder. 3/1 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. BOSWELL, Above Rocks, marked A S between, right shoulder. 3/4 JUPITER, a Nago to Mr. McL EAN, says to windward, marked W M B left breast, country marks on his face. 3/4 NELLY, a creole, to Miss LINDSAY a brown woman, RockFort road, near Kingston, no brandmark. 3/7 RODNEY, a Coromantee to Mr. SHARP St. Ann or St. Mary, mark on left shoulder obliterated. 3/8 EDWARD, a Mundingo, to Mr. R. SMITH in Kingston, has his country marks on his face. 3/8 TOM, a Congo, to Mr. GEORGE DURRANT Milk River, marked G D right shoulder. 3/8 LOUISA a creole, to Miss LEGETREE a French woman, Kingston, marked M O L right shoulder. 3/8 COMFORT, a Coromantee to one Mr. BROWN a carpenter, at Mr. Townshead, in Clarendon, marked I B right shoulder. 3/10 ROSE, a Mungola says her master s name is PALMER and he is now dead, does not know her trustee who lives to windward, country marks on her belly. 3/14 MARIA, an Eboe to Mr. WILLIAM TOWNSHEAD, Kingston, country marks on her arms. 3/14 BROCK, an Eboe to Mr. D. FRASER or C. TONGE Esq., marked C T ri ght shoulder. 3/17 BOB, a Mungola to St. Toolie s Estate, or to JAMES LAING Esq., Kingston, marked R W right shoulder. 3/20

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86 DUBLIN, a creole, to Lorn Plantation, Salt Ponds, marked L on top, both shoulders. 3/22 WILLIAM, a creole, to JOE HOWEL a free black man, dec., no brandmark. 3/23 JOHN, a Coromantee to DublinCastle Estate, Port Royal mountains, marked H H left shoulder. 3/23 GRACE, an Eboe to Mr. BANWELL Princess Street, Kingston, or a Mrs. BONNER marked B within a circle, left shoulder. 3/23 MARY, a Congo, to Miss PEEK Kingston, no brandmark. 3/27 ALICK, an Eboe to Mr. PIKE Kingston, has his country marks. 3/28 SANDY, an Eboe to Mr. JAMES FRAZER St. Ann, marke d I F right shoulder. 4/4 M c NEIL, a Moco to JOHN ANDERSON, Esq., marked P X C country marks on his face. 4/4 LINDO, a Mungola to Mons. DUVERGI Above Rocks, marked D V G left shoulder, L e c c on the right shoulder. 4/4 HARRY, a creole, to Union esta te, St. Mary, no brandmark. 4/5 MARYANN, a mulatto, says she belongs to Miss MURRAY, West Street, Kingston, no mark. 4/16 POMPEY, a creole, to Messrs. LAING and EWING Kingston, or to Lucky hill Plantation, marked P K on top, left shoulder. 4/19 B ECK, a creole, to the estate of Louisada, or to JAMES OUTCHERLONY, St. David, no brandmark. 4/19 RODNEY, a creole, to Mr. HORLOCK, Russell Hall, no mark. 4/19 ROMULUS, a creole, to Decoy Estate (Mr. MURPHY s) [sic] no brandmark. 4/19 WILLIAM, a Mungo la to Mr. McL EOD, at a coffee mountain formerly called Hope, near Papine Estate, St. Andrew, marked R H both shoulders, marks of an old sore on his right breast. 4/19 ELLICK, a creole, to Salt Savannah Estate ( JAMES WILDMAN, Esq., Mr. Addison, trustee) [ sic] no mark. 4/19 ANDREW, a Papa, to a Mr. STEWART, at a coffee mountain in Liguanea, no mark. 4/19

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87 FREDERICK, a creole, to A. McC RAE Esq., Clarendon, marked I D 4 on top, both shoulders. 4/21 ELIZA, a creole girl, to a Mr. CARR, Kingston, no brandm ark. 4/21 JOHN, a Mungola says he belongs to a Master PETER a fisherman, who lives near the Beef Market, Kingston, marked R apparently on the right shoulder. 4/25 BELLA, an Eboe and her CHILD to J. SPRIGG Esq., RedHills, marked E L on right shoulder 4/28 HARRY, a creole, to THOMAS USNER Esq., Kingston, marked I W both shoulders. 4/28 JOHN, alias QUACO, a Coromantee to WILLIAM PARKE Esq., Kingston, marked W P right shoulder. 4/28 ENDEAVOUR, an Eboe says he belongs to ELIZABETH EDWARDS a free b lack woman, at Coates s, Clarendon, marked E E both shoulders. 4/30 JOHN, a creole, to Miss MARY ANN ROSE Clarendon, formerly to POLLY DILLON dec., marked on both shoulders obliterated. 5/4 KATE, a creole, to the representatives of ARTHUR McK ENZIE, Esq ., dec., no brandmark. 5/10 CHRISTMAS, a creole, to Lucky Valley Estate, Clarendon, has the marks of an old sore on his jaw. 5/10 MARIA, a French creole to JEAN BATTONE Kingston, no brand mark. 5/10 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. GLENNY a brown man, Kings ton, country marks on his temples. 5/11 CHARLES, a Coromantee to Mr. JOHN FORSYTH a tavernkeeper, Fort Maria Bay, marked I F within a left shoulder. 5/11 BLACKBURN, a Mungola to the estate of J. CHISHOLM dec., marked M A left shoulder. 5/11 GOODLUCK, a Moco to Mr. WILLIAMS a butcher, Kingston, marked W B both shoulders. 5/11 NED, an Eboe to Mr. JOSEPH JAMES a carpenter, St. Jo hn, marked II, between, right shoulder. 5/11

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88 CUTHBERT, a creole, to Mr. LIDDLE Hunt s Bay, marked W I both shoulders. 5/11 HERCULES, a Moco to a Mr. BLACK Falmouth, marked W left shoulder. 5/11 ROBERT, a Congo says he formerly belonged to a Mr. SH ANNON, Kingston, who shipped him off the country, marked T M between, both shoulders. 5/11 SARAH, a creole, to THOMAS USHER Esq., Kingston, marked 3P [or BP ?] left shoulder. 5/12 EDWARD, a Mungola to RICHARD HALL Esq., Kingston, marked R H both s houlders. 5/16 DERBYSHIRE, a Mundingo, to W. PARKES Esq., Kingston, marked W P right shoulder. 5/16 JOHN, a Coromantee to W. PARKES marked W P right shoulder. 5/16 JAMES, an Eboe a boy, says he came an infant with his mother, from the Eboe country and belongs to Mr. PARKE Princess Street, Kingston, no brandmark. 5/16 THOMAS, a Mungola to Mr. ASKWITH, Woodlands, Port Royal mountains, no brandmark. 5/16 MARIA, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM SHARP at Three Hills, St. Mary, lost the great toe of her left foot. 5/26 PARTLEMINE, a creole, and CHILD [creole] to Miss MARY JOPP a brown woman, Kingston, no mark. 5/27 JAMES GADDARD, a creole, to Buckingham Estate, Blue Mountain Valley, ( PETER ROBERTSON, Esq., Attorney) [sic] no mark. 5/30 JASPER, a creol e to T. MURPHY, Esq., Ramble Estate, St. Mary, no mark. 5/30 MARTINES, a creole, of Curacao, to Dr. CUNHA Kingston, no mark. 5/31 JOHN, a Coromantee to Capt. ANDERSON, Annotto Bay, marked I J S left breast and shoulder, and W B right shoulder. 6/1 OR ONOKO, a creole, to Mr. HAMMOND, Clarendon, marked R S between, both shoulders. 6/2 HARRY, a creole, to Retreat Estate ( BECKFORD s) [sic] no brandmark. 6/3 BESSY, a creole, to Mr. CUNNINGHAM Montego Bay, marked I C between right shoulder.

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89 6/4 J ACK, a Nago to Mr. JOSEPH COHEN, Kingston, country marks on his forehead. 6/6 HARRY, a creole, to Mr. HAMMOND, Kingston, or to Healthsire Plantation, mark obliterated. 6/6 SALLY, a creole, to Mr. TYRELL, Kingston, marked apparently I S between, left shoulder. 6/8 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Miss ROSEY a brown woman, St. Ann, has lost the sight of his left eye, country marks on his belly. 6/10 NED, a Congo to GOULBOURN s estate, Vere, marked on both shoulders M C [upside down]. 6/12 NELSON, a Coromantee to Mr. JOHN McG ILLIVARY Adolphus Bog, marked McG on both shoulders. 6/13 DIDO, a creole, to R. W. HARRIS and S. HAMMOND, Esq., marked I W right shoulder. 6/14 TOM, a creole, to THOMAS JACKSON, Esq., Port Royal, no mark. 6/17 PEGGY, a Congo, to the est ate of Mr. GIBBONS late of Vere, dec., marked left shoulder, obliterated, country marks on her face. 6/18 ELLICK, a creole, to the Hon. JOHN HIGHATT no brandmark. 6/18 EDMUND, a creole, who says he formerly belonged to Mr. MICHAEL WITHERS St. Elizabe th, and for whose debts he was sold to a Spaniard, from whom he lately made his escape. 6/19 JOHN, a creole boy, to Mr. GEORGE LEE Kingston, no brand mark. 6/26 PHYN, a Chamba to Mr. SAVAGE Esq., Kingston, has his country marks on his arms. 6/28 HANNAH, a creole, and CHILD to Mr. B. O. WILLIAMS Kingston, no mark. 6/30 QUEEN, a creole, to Mr. DELPRATT Kingston, no brandmark. 7/2 NATTY, a Mungola to Mrs. LORD a brown woman, Kingston, has a small lump on the left side of his back. 7/5 THOMAS, a c reole, to Messrs. ATKINSONS marked I G on top, right shoulder, a pioneer to the troops at Rio Bueno. 7/5

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90 BESSY, a Mungola to Mr. LEGER a Frenchman, Kingston, marked W T on right shoulder. 7/6 JACK, a creole boy, to Mrs. SARAH CURTIN, Kingston, no brand mark. 7/7 RICHARD, a Nago formerly to Mr. JACOB DE CORDOVA, who, he says, sold him to a Spaniard, and has made his escape from the Carracas, it is supposed he belongs to Dr. McF ARLANE St. David, has his country marks on his face and breasts. 7/7 JOE, a creole boy, to Mr. ALLEN Long s Wha rf. 7/7 SUKEY, a creole, and CHILD, to Mrs. FRANKS Port Royal, marked A C right shoulder. 7/8 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. LOTTERY overseer at Mr. Campbell s, St. Ann, marked G on top on right shoulder. 7/8 MARGARET, a Congo, formerly to Mr. GOODMAN, dec., but sold to some one down to Leeward, marked IERING on her breast. 7/8 NELLY, a Congo to W. ROSE Esq., Clarendon, marked A G on top, right shoulder. 7/9 BIDDY, a cre ole to Charlton Estate, no brandmark. 7/9 DREBDING, a Chamba to Mr. MOFFATT St. Ann, country marks on his face. 7/12 BOB, a Coromantee to Friendship Estate, (P. A. LIVINGSTON, Esq.) [sic] St. Mary, lame on his left arm. 7/12 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. HUNTER or MURRAY Kingston, marked R H on top, right shoulder. 7/12 POMPEY, a creole, to BENJAMIN CROSSLEY, Esq., St. George, marked B C on right shoulder. 7/12 ADAM, a Coromantee to a Mr. CROSS Kingston, who is off the island and that the Hon. George Kinghorn is his Trustee, country marks on his face. 7/14 JANE, a creole, (a brown woman) [sic] says she was left to one PETER SANCHES or to a Miss ROBERTSON, Kingston, no mark. 7/14 BACCHUS, a Congo to JAMES LAING Esq., Goshen Penn, marks of an old sore on his left leg. 7/15 LILLY, a C ongo to JOHN CRAWLEY, Mile Gully, marked I C on top, right shoulder. 7/16

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91 NELSON, a Coromantee to Mr. J. M. GALLIWAY, at the Bogg, marked I M G both shoulders. 7/16 NOVEMBER, a Moco to ALEXANDER BAYLEY, Esq., Woodlands, has his country marks. 7/18 SAM, a creole, says to Dr. DRUMMOND, to Windw ard, no brandmark. 7/19 WILLIAM, a creole boy, to Mr. BROWN Kingston, mark of a small cut near his right eye. 7/27 CLARA, an Eboe to a Mr. TARLEY or TERRELOUGE St. Mary, no brandmark. 7/29 MARY, a creole girl, to THOMAS HIGSON, Esq., Kingston, no brand marks. 7/29 HOPE, an Eboe to JOHN DICK, Esq., Kingston, marked R D right shoulder. 7/30 ELENOR, a French creole, to Mr. TORRES a Spaniard, Kingston no brand mark. 7/31 BOB, a creole, to Bloxburgh Estate, Port Royal mountains, marked K B on top, r ight shoulder. 7/31 JOHN, a Mungola to a brown man named MURRAY, St. Elizabeth, marked W M W M between, right shoulder. 8/1 LEPUSE, a Mungola to a Mr. ROMANS his over teeth filed. 8/1 CHARLES, an Eboe to WILLIAM STEWART, Esq., at Wilkins, St. Dor othy, marked W S right shoulder. 8/3 JAMES, a Moco to Mr. RICHARD WELCH, Kingston, who has a mountain in St. Andrew, marked with W both shoulders, obliterated. 8/8 GEORGE, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. CHARLES WILLIAMS Kingston, marked W both shoulders, obli terated. 8/8 LUCE, a Mungola to Miss PENNINGTON, Passage Fort, marked G C right shoulder. 8/11 WILL, a Mundingo, to Mr. HESSAM near Salt River, the toes of his right foot much drawn together. 8/11 DIANA, a Chamba to a Miss WARREN Kingston, has her c ountry marks on her face. 8/13 ROSEANNA, a creole, to a Lady in England, but in charge of Mr. ALLEN Kingston, no brand mark. 8/14

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92 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. PALMER Clarendon, has lost his left arm. 8/14 PROFIT, a creole, to Mr. COTTEREL Clarendon, no mark. 8/15 BACKHOUSE, or MARCUS a Moco to A. SAVAGE Esq., Kingston, marked right shoulder, obliterated. 8/16 JESSY, creole, to Miss TAYLOR Kingston, no brandmark. 8/16 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. COWELL, Kingston, marked I C between, right shoulder, had collar, chain, and handcuffs on when taken and sent in here. 8/17 ROBERT, a Mungola to DUNCAN MATHISON Esq., St. Ann s Bay, has country marks. 8/17 JANE, a creole, to Miss JACKSON, Orange Street, Kingston, marked M C D B right shoulder. 8/17 JACK, a Mundingo, to Meverly Estate, St. Andrew, mark obliterated, has lost some of his front teeth. 8/17 ELENOR, a creole, to Mr. COLMAN Long Bay, no brandmark. 8/17 ELIZA, a Mungola to Mr. FRENCH a surveyor, in St. Mary, marke d W T both shoulders and cheek. 8/20 FREDERICK, an Eboe to Mr. THOBURN, Clarendon, his teeth filed. 8/22 MILLY, an Eboe to G. TAYLOR Esq., Cudjoe Hill, marked G T right shoulder. 8/22 FRIDAY, a creole, formerly to Mr. DA COSTA, but now to a Mr. MARTI NS at Calvers, Clarendon, mark left shoulder obliterated. 8/24 DELIA, a Congo to Hillside Estate, Vere, has her country marks on her back. 8/24 BESSEY, a Mungola to SALLY ALLEN St. Mary, country marks on her forehead and belly. 8/27 CELA, a Coromant ee, says she belongs to the King at Fort Augusta, marked on the right shoulder obliterated, has her country marks on her temples. 8/29 PEGGY, a Coromantee to Mr. F. WALLIS Old Harbour, marked F W on right shoulder. 9/1 JOHN, a creole brown boy, to Mr. WILLIAM MOORE late of Rodney Hall tavern, no brandmark. 9/2

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93 AUGUST, a creole, to Mr. GARDNER no brand mark. 9/5 ALLARLAQUIN, a creole, to Monsieur SALUCE Rock Fort road, near Kingston, mark on the right shoulder obliterated. 9/7 JOHN, a creole, to M r. BOGLE Kingston, no mark. 9/7 CUBA, a Mungola to the estate of MILES WILLIAMS dec., has a small mole on her upper lip. 9/7 CUDJOE, a creole, to BECKFORD Rock River, in Clarendon, lost the small toe of his left foot. 9/7 HENRY, a creole mulatto, to Miss MARY OSBORNE Vere, marked A W on right shoulder. 9/10 ADAM, a Chamba to Mr. SAMPSON at Golden Grove or Burnt Ground, near Annotto Bay, marked M K right shoulder. 9/13 ROSINETTE, a creole brown woman, marked on her right shoulder in long letters, obliterated. 9/13 JOHN, a Mungola to Messrs. DENTON and C O butchers, country marks on his breasts. 9/14 BRUTO, a Mundingo, to Mr. ROBERTSON, Kingston, marked P I O right shoulder, a butcher Negro. 9/14 GEORGE, a creole, to Miss POWELL, St. John, no brand mark. 9/24 HERCULES, a creole, to Mr. MILBOURN a carpenter, Dry River, marked I C right shoulder. 9/26 NANCY, an Eboe to Mr. O M EALLY marked I O right shoulder. 9/26 DUMORICERE, a Chamba to Port Morant workhouse, marked REX both shoulders. 10/1 GEORGE, a Congo to Mr. FORSYTH, at Port Maria Bay, lost two of his front teeth. 10/1 MARGARET, a Mungola and CHILD, to Mr. HADIDA, Kingston, no brandmark. 10/3 MARINA, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES AUSTIN Port Royal, marked I A left shoulder. 10/3 ROBER T, an Otam to Mr. SHAW Cocoa Ridge, has his country marks on his face. 10/5 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mr. ANDREWS, St. Mary, marked right shoulder, obliterated. 10/5

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94 NELSON, a creole, to a brown woman in Kingston named NELLY CAMPBELL no brandmark. 10/5 JACK, a Moco to Draxhall ( WILLIAM BECKFORD Esq.) [sic] marked H&H right shoulder. 10/7 HERMITT, a sambo creole, to Mr. LAWRENCE now off the island, or to Tryall Estate, has no brandmark. 10/13 QUAMIN, a creole, to the estate of Mrs. SIMPSON late in Vere, dec., has lost the sight of his left eye. 10/14 HARDTIMES, a creole, to Mr. MOIR at Manatee, marked M both shoulders. 10/17 THOMAS, a Coromantee to the estate of DAVID McC AA, Esq., dec., or to Miss GARDNER a brown woman, Kingston, marked W T l eft shoulder. 10/20 LIVERPOOL, a Moco to Mr. KINKHEAD, Kingston, or to Stirling Castle Estate. 10/20 QUAW, a creole, to Mrs. PACKERSON, St. Ann, no mark. 10/21 MARLA, a Mungola to Miss SALLY WILLIS a brown woman, Kingston, no brandmark. 10/21 BELLA, a Mungola to JAMES NELSON, Esq., Halfway Tree, St. Andrew, marked I H P right shoulder. 10/21 THOMAS, a creole, to Dr. JAMES Old Harbour, now in Kingston, no mark. 10/21 ROBERT, a creole, to Doctor CHOKER Kingston, no brandmark. 10/25 RODNEY, a Pa pa to WILLIAM SCARLETT, Esq., St. Ann, marked W S W S above each other, both shoulders. 10/25 SAUNDERS, a creole, to Mr. THOMPSON, Overseer on Tremolesworth Estate, marked I X [transverse] 8 between both shoulders. 10/25 JACK, a Mungola to Miss BANKS marked right shoulder, obliterated. 10/26 MARIA, a Mundingo, and CHILD to Mrs. S. LATHAM Kingston, marked L A [upside down], between, right shoulder. 10/27 MARYANN, a creole girl, to Mr. PENNOCK, and came from Mr. Hardy s penn, near Kingston, no ma rk. 11/1

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95 JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. CHAMBERS off the island, Mr. Smith, trustee, marked left shoulder obliterated, his over teeth filed. 11/1 SUSANNA, a Congo, to Madame SANNETTE marked D R left shoulder and breast, with other marks on her right breast a nd shoulder. 11/2 GLASGOW, a Mundingo, to a Mr. McC ONACHE at Unity Estate, marked I M C right shoulder. 11/2 GEORGE, a Papa, to WILLIAM PARK Esq., of Hermitage Estate, St. Ann, has a hole bored in his nose. 11/2 KINDNESS, a Mungola to WILLIAM PARK, Esq., of Hermitage Estate, St. Ann, has a small lump on her right elbow. 11/2 JOHN, a Congo, to a Mr. ALLEN Blue Mountain, he says Colonel Robertson is his trustee, mark of D left shoulder. 11/2 SARAH, a creole, to Mr. HENRY GOULBORN, Vere, no brandma rk. 11/2 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. SCOTT a carpenter, St. Ann s Bay, marked I T left shoulder. 11/3 LONDON, a creole, to Miss PHARAOH, Kingston, no brandmark. 11/9 MARIA, a Mungola to CLARA COHEN, Kingston, marked right shoulder, long letters, oblitera ted. 11/10 MINGO, a Congo to JOSEPH GREEN, Esq., no mark. 11/10 BILLY, a Mundingo, to Mr. HODGSON, Port Maria Bay, formerly to Mr. POLLOCK marked apparently H H, both shoulders. 11/11 JAMES FISHER, a creole mulatto, to Mr. CALVER Fort William, Westmo reland, no brand mark. 11/15 BETTY, a creole, to Papine Estate, St. Andrew, marked I W right shoulder. 11/18 MOLLY, a Mundingo, to Mr. PORTER formerly of Clarendon, dec., marked T R both shoulders. 11/18 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. MACLEAN, Kingston, mark of an old sore scar over his right eye, and on his left arm. 11/18 STEPHEN, a creole, to Mr. JOHN TURNER Smallfield Plantation, marked W T both shoulders.

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96 11/18 BETTY BRUSH, a creole, to W. B. WRIGHT Esq., Kingston, no brand mark. 11/26 RODNEY, a Cong o, to JAMES CLARK, Deputy Marshall, Clarendon, marked W E right shoulder. 11/27 MIMBA, a creole, to Mr. WARDS a carpenter, Kingston, marked T B both shoulders. 11/29 SABINA, a creole, says belongs to Mr. BAILEY at a coffee mountain, but that he is dead, no mark. 11/29 LEWIS, a Congo to Mrs. VANDRELL Westmoreland, says he broke out of Black River workhouse, his teeth filed.13 11/30 JOE, a creole, to Mr. DEMPSTER St. George, marked S I D right shoulder. 12/2 ZAID, an Eboe to a French Lady, Kingston, marked F F, between, right shoulder. 12/2 JOHN, a creole boy, to RICHARDS a black man, Kingston, no brand mark. 12/3 JOAN, a creole, to Mrs. THOMAS a brown woman, St. Mary, no mark. 12/3 FYFFE, a Congo, to Charlton Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked on the ri ght shoulder, obliterated. 12/5 JOHN, a creole, to Miss ANN DILLON, Clarendon, mark obliterated. 12/5 DAWNE, a creole, to White River Estate, ROBERT TAYLOR Esq., St. Ann, no brandmark. 12/8 Trelawny Workhouse 1814. [CC] WATT, a Moco says he belongs to a Mr. GEORGE a brown man, a mason, at Duncastle, but since says his master s name was GEORGE HOLIDAY, now dead, cattle mark on shoulders J H and Negro mark J H S on top right shoulder, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 1/10 JABA, a creole, to ANN LINDSAY WATT St. Ann, no mark, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 2/4 NICHOLAS LUBIN, a native of Martinico, says he is free, but can shew no documents thereof, no mark, has a blemish in his right eye, came to Montego Bay in the ship Mary belonging to ROBERT WATT, Esq., 5 ft. 4 in. high. 2/2 13 Not listed in 1814.

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97 LUCE, a Chamba, formerly belonging to Dr. WATT of this parish, now to Mrs. NASH, Cave River, St. Ann, no mark, a large wart on his left shoulder, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 2/18 MANWELL, a Congo to LintonPark Estate, no mark, 4 ft. 8 in. high. 3/13 LUNA a creole, to ALEXANDER BAILLIE St. Ann, no mark, sore on both arms, 4 ft. 101/2 in. high. 3/21 NANCY, an Eboe to a Mr. WALKER St. Ann, marked like W on left shoulder, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 3/28 TOM, a sambo creole, to Miss BLACKBURN, Martha Brae, n o mark, a sore on left leg, 5 ft. 4 1/2 in. high. 3/30 HUNTLEY, or HUNTER to a Mr. McB EAN a tailor, who died at St. Ann s Bay some time since, now says he is free, but can shew no document thereof; marked on both shoulders A. McK. reversed, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 4/2 SARAH, a creole, to Ducke Spring Estate, St. James, no mark, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 5/3 FRANK, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. BENNETT, late Carpenter on Irving Tower Estate, or RICHARD MASON, in Clarendon, marked M R country marks on his belly. 5/3 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, says he is free, tells a long story, but can produce no document of his freedom, country marks on his face, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 5/6 FRANCIS [Frances], an Eboe woman, to the estate of ROBERT DAY, or RICHARD MASON, Clarendon, marked on both shoulders illegible, scar on her forehead, 4 ft. 9 in. high. 5/11 PRESENT, a creole, to Orange Estate, St. James, marked on both shoulders F D with O on top, yellow complexion, 4 ft. 91/4 in. high. 5/12 ALLICK, a creole, to Arcadia Estate, no mark, knockedkneed, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 6/4 SCIPIO, a creole, to JAMES SIVERIGHT Esq., marked on right shoulder twice J S on top, 5 ft. 6 1/4 in. high. 6/4 JEFFREY, a creole, to FREDERICK LAMOTT Lysworney Estate, no mark, grey headed, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 6/22 PRINCESS, a creole, to Schawfield Estate, no mark, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 6/28 CHARLES, creole boy, to Miss HERLOCK, Montego Bay, no mark, 4 ft. 1 in. high. 7/3 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. McL ENAN a carpenter, Montego Bay, marked A P in one, on both

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98 shoulders, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 7/6 ABRAM, a Congo to Mr. PARSONS St. Ann, marked T on both shoulders, country marks on his br east, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 7/6 NED, a Mundingo, to Mr. THOMAS NELSON, marked T N on left shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 7/7 APOLLO, a Congo to THOMAS J. GRAY, Esq., country marks on his breast, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 7/21 HERCULES, an Oban to Miss MORISON, Rio Bueno, country marks on his face, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 7/30 MAT, a creole, to the Rev. Mr. JENKINS St. James, no mark, 4 ft. 101/2 in. high. 8/11 CATO, a creole, to Mrs. LEBBERT Montego Bay, marked A W on left shoulder, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 9/14 PHELAN DER, a Coromantee to Bryan Castle Estate, no mark, grey headed, 5 ft. 53/4 in. high. 9/19 ROBERT, a Congo to C. YOUNG, in the Black Grounds, marked on both shoulders R G on top nearly obliterated, country marks on his face, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 10/4 JOHN TATE, a mulatto creole, as advertised by Messrs FARMER and JOHNS in the Kingston Courant of 17th August last, no mark, brought from Manconeal, in Cuba, by Capt. Murill o, in the brig San Jose 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 10/20 WILLIAM, a Coromantee boy, to Mr. ARMSTRONG, near Maroon Town, marked I A on right shoulder, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 11/5 CURRIE, a Papa, to the estate of ROBERT CRUIKSHANK, Westmoreland, has country marks on his face. 11/9 MARY, a creole, to Miss MARSHALL Stoney Hill, marked E M on left shoulder, and illegible, marks on both cheeks. 11/11 PROVIDENCE, a Mungola to Mr. GILBANKS Kingston, no mark. 11/11 JUMBA, a Chamba to Messrs. BOGLE and ATKINSON, King ston, but acting as a pioneer to the detachment of the York Light Infantry at Maroon Town, marked on both shoulders P I D and country marks on his face and back. 11/30 LUNA, a creole, to ALEX BAILLIE St. Ann, marked on both shoulders and right breast, all illegible, 4 ft. 1 in. high. 12/6

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99 Westmoreland Workhouse 1814. [CC] BEN, a creole, to Mr. McL ELAN Lucea, marked R O on left shoulder. 1/2 MAY, a Coromantee to the estate of the Hon. SIMON TAYLOR marked left shoulder, not visible. 1/3 AFFIE, a Coromantee to the estate of the Hon. SIMON TAYLOR marked right shoulder, not visible. 1/3 HERESFORD, a Mundingo, to Miss BUDDINGTON, Westmoreland, mark right shoulder, not visible. 1/5 JINNY, a creole, to Petersfield Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 1/6 JACK, a creole, to Prospect Estate, Hanover, no mark. 1/10 NICK, a creole, to JOHN FALCANOR s estate, Westmoreland, marked I F on top, both shoulders,. 1/10 EDGAR, a Mundingo, to Mr. HUGH STEWART Phoenix Estate, Hanover, marked H S W D on top, right shoulder. 1/13 DICK, a creole, to Black Heath Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 1/23 NEPTUNE, an Eboe to Mr. THOMPSON, Carpenter Hanover. 2/4 JOHN, a creole sambo man, to Mrs. BLACKBOURN Falmouth, no mark. 2/7 JACOB, a Chamba to Mr. STEPHENSON, of Beverly Estate, Hanover, no mark. 2/8 TOM, a Congo, to the estate of Mr. MARR dec. he says Mr. MUNRO, Falmouth, is his trustee, no mark. 2/9 ARCHEY, a creole, to Mr. DICKSON, Lucea, no mark. 2/25 RACHEAL, a Chamba to Shrewsbury Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 2/26 VERGIL, a creole, to HaughtonHall Estate, Hanover, no mark. 3/1 POLLY, a creole, to Miss MARY McC RAW Westmoreland, no mark. 3/3 KING, a Moco to the Cops Estate, Hanover, marked both shoulders C and both breasts. 3/4

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100 TOBY, a creole, to Blue Castle Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 3/27 JACK, an Eboe to Miss TERESA R. DOWSE Westmoreland, no mark. 3/27 ORONOCHO, a Co ngo to the estate of Mr. YEATES dec., Westmoreland, marked on right shoulder not visible. 3/28 PETER, a creole, to Mr. WOOD, Kingston, no mark. 4/6 SAM, a creole boy, to the estate of Mrs. BARJAM dec., Westmoreland, no mark. 4/8 JACK, a creole, to Mr PETER GOODEN, Westmoreland, no mark. 4/13 JOB, a Nago to Blackheath Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 4/16 LONDON, a Papa, to the estate of W. LESLIE, dec., Westmoreland, marked W L right shoulder. 4/16 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. JAMES POTTER St. Elizabet h, no mark. 4/16 CUDJOE, a creole, to Mr. TAYLOR St. Elizabeth, marked M P on right shoulder. 4/16 SALLY, a creole, to Mrs. ROACH, Westmoreland, marked right shoulder, not visible. 4/16 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. SANDLELAR St. Elizabeth, marked I M left shoulder. 4/19 JOE, a creole, to Mr. SAMUELLS Westmoreland, no mark. 5/5 JOHN, a creole, to Mrs. DICKENS Kingston, no mark. 5/6 PATTY, a Congo, to HENRY CERF Esq., St. Elizabeth, no mark. 5/15 SAM, a Congo, to WILLIAM DEVOY, Saxham Estate, Hanover, marked W G left shoulder. 5/17 CHARLES, a Mundingo, to Whitehill Penn, St. Elizabeth, no mark. 5/24 HANNAH, a creole, to Miss MARY NEPPHEUS Hanover, marked M L right shoulder. 5/27 ABBA, a creole, to Miss MARY CAMPBELL Westmoreland, no mark. 6/5 CH ARLES, a Congo to WILLIAM RECKORD, Esq., Westmoreland, marked W K left shoulder. 6/7 CARR, a Congo, to WALTER MURRAY, Esq., marked A M W on top, right shoulder, and W M

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101 on left shoulder. 6/17 PETER, a creole boy, to Bluefields Penn, Westmoreland, no ma rk. 6/19 RICHARD, a creole, to Orange Bay Estate, Hanover, no mark. 6/24 EVENS, an Eboe to Mr. EDWARD FULLWOOD, Westmoreland, no mark. 6/24 CUSZI, a creole, to Batchler s Hall Estate, Hanover, no mark. 7/6 GEORGE, a creole, to the Delve Estate, Westmo reland, no mark. 7/9 JOE, an Eboe to Mr. ATKINSON, Lucea, marked left shoulder, not visible. 7/9 BOB, a Moco to Walter Murray Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 7/14 DURDANIS, an Eboe to Miss ELIZABETH HAL Westmoreland, marked I HART left shoulder. 7/26 CRISPIN, a creole, to Mr. ANDREW MILLER Black River, no mark. 8/3 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. ALLEN Lucea, no mark. 8/3 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. HUGGINS Hanover. 8/3 BUSH, a Canga, to Mr. CHARLES BERNARD, St. James. 8/24 BRISTOL, a Coromantee to Prospect Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 8/24 SARAH, a creole, to Miss ELIZABETH MORRIS Westmoreland, mark on left shoulder, not visible. 8/29 CUPID, a creole, to Mr. C. SHIPPA Green Island, marked left shoulder C S on top. 9/2 MARS, an Eboe to Mr. DAVI D SMALL Westmoreland, marked I S left shoulder. 9/28 FRANK, a Coromantee to Frome Estate Westmoreland, no mark. 9/30 BILLY, a Mundingo, to Frome Estate, Westmoreland, marked A G S left shoulder. 10/3 JERVIS, a Mundingo, to Mr. ROBERT LOCH Westmorel and, marked R L left shoulder. 10/3 JOHN, an Eboe to Fontabell Estate, Green Island, marked on right shoulder A G S and on left jaw A G S 10/9

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102 DUNCAN, a creole, to Argyle Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 10/10 DAVEY, a creole, to Mr. SHAKESPEARE St. El izabeth, no mark. 10/12 CAESAR, a creole, to the Mint Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 10/18 JACKEY, an Eboe to Mr. JAMES POTTER St. Elizabeth, no mark. 10/19 SANDY, a creole, to Friendship Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 10/27 MANUEL, a Congo to Mr. H ENRY CIRF St. Elizabeth, marked T W right shoulder. 10/28 NED, a Congo to Mr. MALCOLM Lucea, marked on both shoulders, not visible. 10/29 JACKEY, a creole, to Industry Estate, Hanover, no mark. 11/11 BOB, a Moco to Mr. DAVID GRANT Lincoln Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 11/12 PETER, a creole boy, to Mr. McL ACHLAN, Port Maria, marked left shoulder, not visible. 12/2 RODNEY, a creole, to the Bog Estate, Westmoreland, marked I M C on top, on both shoulders. 12/6 1815 Black River Workhouse 1815. [CC] TOM, a Congo, to S. DENTON, Esq., Mile Gulley, marked G B right shoulder. 9/25 JOHN MESSAR, a native of Tobago, says he is free but has not document thereof; brought in by the Maroons. 10/6 ELIZABETH, a creole, to Goshen Penn. 10/14 BESSY, says she belongs to a Mr. SEATON, owner since unknown. 10/14 HERCULES, a Coromantee, to FANNY MACLEOD, at Petersville, in Westmoreland, no marks but those of his country; taken up by the Maroons. 12/12 ROSE, a creole, to Holland Estate, in this parish [St. Eli zabeth], no mark, but a bad sore leg. 12/15 KITTY, a creole, to MOUNTAIN JAMES a free man in this parish, marked on both shoulders M I ; taken up by the Maroons. 12/16

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103 TOM, a creole, to Mr. J. R. JACKSON, Montego Bay, no mark. 12/17 ISAAC, to WATCHWELL marked on right shoulder I I; taken up by the Maroons. 12/18 JOHN, a Coromantee to R. BOUCHER Esq., no brandmark 12/20 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. W. WIGGAN, St. James, no brandmark. 12/22 STEEL, an Eboe to THOMAS FIRTH, Mile Gully, marks on both shoulders obliterated. 12/23 Clarendon Workhouse 1815. [CC] NICK, a Moco to Mr. GILCHRIST s penn, St. Jago Savannah, marked M G 10/29 FRIDAY, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. GROUCHARD, St. Jago Savannah. 11/6 WILLIAM, a Congo, says he belongs to one Mr BIRD near Green Pond, marked O left shoulder, and C F on the right. 11/18 CUBENNA, says he belongs to Mr. JAMES SAMPSON or Tryal Plantation, Vere, no mark. 12/6 TOM, a Nago says she [sic] belongs to Mrs. EWBANK, Mountain Spring, marked on the left shoulder G O. 12/12 HENRY, a Coromantee to WILLIAM E. NEMBHARD Esq., Rowington Park, no mark. 12/15 MITSOZ, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. THOMAS GREENHILL Spanish Town, marked on right shoulder I M. 12/28 DARBY, a Chamba, says he belongs to THOMAS SAMPSON or GOULBOURNS Vere, marked H G, right shoulder. 12/31 Hanover Workhouse 1815. [CC] HANNAH, a Congo, to Mr. HICK MASEMUIR Westmoreland, 5 ft. 11/2 in. high. 8/21 Kingston Workhouse 1815. [CC] JOHN, a creole, to Mr. ROBERTSON, St. Mary, no brandmark, has the yaws on both ankles. 8/25 LAVINIA, a creole, to JOHN HANSON, Salt Ponds, mark not plain on both shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta. 8/19

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104 GRACE, a Mungola to ELIZABETH HAUGHTON, marked C H on both shoulders, and country marks on hi s [sic] stomach and belly. 9/2 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. BROWN Spanish Town, mark on right shoulder not plain. 9/2 ABIGAIL THOMAS, a Congo, to Mrs. JONES Spanish Town, no brandmark, country marks on both temples. 9/2 ANTHONY, a Mungola to JOHN BAILIE Esq., Falmouth, marked I B on right shoulder, and has a scar on his right foot. 10/12 JOE, a Congo, to Mr. FAIRCLOUGH, Holland Estate, Falmouth, no brand mark, has lost one of his upper front teeth. 10/12 WILLIAM, a Congo, to Mr. FAIRCLOUGH, Holland Es tate, Falmouth, no brandmark, country marks on his back and breast, and has lost all his upper and lower front teeth. 10/12 ALLICK, a creole, to Mr. TODD, no brand mark. 10/12 JOHN BAPTISTE, a French creole, formerly belonging to Madame OLIVIA now to M r. BELL Buff Bay, marked C O Y on right breast. 11/4 CUDJOE, a creole, to ROBERT TAYLOR Hope Estate, marked R E on right shoulder. 11/18 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. BREER Port Royal, marked apparently P P on left shoulder. 11/21 FANNY, an Eboe to SARAH NIM INO marked S, aside of it, with another letter not plain on left shoulder, and her back is broke. 11/21 JAMES, a creole, to Wallen Plantation, no brandmark. 11/25 POLLY, a creole, to BESSY TAME no brandmark, has a scar on her right cheek. 12/8 GEORGE, a creole, to Dr. ROBERTSON, marked G L on left cheek, and I T on left breast, and has the marks of flogging on his back. 12/9 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. KEITH Albion Estate, mark not plain on right shoulder, and has country marks on his face. 12/9 WILLIAM, a Wawee [Wakee] to T. L. YATES Esq., no brandmark. 12/12 SAMUEL, alias SAMUEL BARNABY, a creole, he formerly belonged to CHARLES AUSTIN, but was shipped off the island, no brandmark, says he has served on board his Majesty s ship Ulysses and that he is free; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 12/12

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105 HENRY WILLIAMS, supposed to be a Chamba from the country marks on his face, says he is free and that he belongs to the brig Margaret from Liverpool, no brandmark; to be detained until he proves his fre edom. 12/12 QUASHIE, alias BARNABY JOHNSTON, a creole, says he is free, no brandmark; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 12/12 BETTY, a creole, to RACHEL TARRANT Rosebank, St. Elizabeth, marked I M on both shoulders. 12/12 NANNICA, a creole, to SAMUEL MURPHY, no mark. 12/14 FRANK, a Congo to Mr. HARDING, Spanish Town, no brandmark, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 12/14 JULIUS, a Coromantee to Mr. LYNCH, marked apparently I D on right shoulder. 12/18 JAMES, a creole, to the estate of Dr. TELFER dec., no brand mark. 12/18 Morant Bay Workhouse 1815. [CC] STEPHEN, a Coromantee formerly to Mr. TILLER but now to Mr. PARKE Kingston, marked S P on right and G H, T on top, on left shoulder. 11/24 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. THOMAS GORDON Spanish Town; brought in by the Maroons. 12/12 HOPE, an Angola to Epping Farm Plantation, St. David, marked I C D on right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 12/13 QUASHIE, a creole, to Epping Farm Plantation, St. David, marked I C D on left shoul der; brought in by the Maroons. 12/13 JACK, an Angola to Mr. McT AGGART Manchioneal, marked apparently I O on right shoulder, brought in chopped on his nose and right hand. 12/23 Portland Workhouse 1815. [CC] WILLIAM BENNETT, a creole, says he was made free by Mrs. MARGARET SEWEL of St. Elizabeth, but has no legal document thereof, no brandmark. 8/22 St. Andrew Workhouse 1815. [CC] JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. WILLIAMS Above Rocks, no mark. 9/16

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106 MARY, a Mungola to Resource Plantation, no mark. 11/21 HANNAH, a Nago to Mr. STANLEY no mark. 12/10 RAWLEIGH, a creole, to Mr. ARCHER no mark. 12/14 JOSEPH, a creole, to Wheelersfield Estate, St. Thomas in the East, no mark. 12/15 JENNY, a Moco to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., had a fresh cut on her right s houlder when brought in. 12/18 PATTY, a Moco to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., marked W B on left, and has a scar on right shoulder. 12/19 SUKEY, a creole, to Mr. CLAYMORE has scars on both shoulders. 12/26 St. Ann Workhouse 1815. [CC] CHARLES, a creole, to J. COOMBS Mount Pleasant. 10/19 JAMES, a creole, to WILLIAM FEARON Clarendon, marked R F. 12/7 DIANA, a creole, to R. KINKEAD, Esq., or Stirling Castle, The Walks, marked S C K on top. 12/18 St. James Workhouse 1815. [CC] WILL, a creole boy, says he belongs to MOSES RAMOS Kingston, 4 ft. 3 3/4 in. high. 10/8 SALLY, a creole, says she belongs to WILLIAM WHITE, Kingston, is in an advanced state of pregnancy, 4 ft. 1 in. high. 11/27 MARY ANN, a Congo says she belongs to the estate of NICHOLAS ROBS ON, dec., 5 ft. 2 in. high. 12/3 SARAH, a creole, says she belongs to Wakefield Estate. 12/10 JENNY, a creole, says she belongs to Longpond Estate. 12/20 WATTY, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. JOHN CHRISTIE marked right shoulder apparently I E C 5 f t. 1 in. high. 12/28 St. Mary Workhouse 1815. [CC] JOHN, a Coromantee formerly belonged to Mr. ELLISON Anotto Bay, who sold him to Mr.

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107 ABRAHAMS St. Elizabeth, marked J J S 10/29 CHARLOTTE, a Mungola to Mr. RITCHIE Above Rocks, marked M L D on her stomach. 10/30 JAMES, an Eboe to the estate of DAVID McG REGOR or JOHN JAMES VIDAL Esq., marked M G 11/6 WILLIAM, a Congo, to Messrs. FRASER and BROWN St. Ann. 11/23 DONNIO, a Chamba to Mr. PETIGREW a mason, Guy s Hill. 12/6 PRINCE, an Eboe to Miss HINDS Orange Penn, St. Ann, marked apparently I C H on his breast. 12/7 GEORGE, a Moco to NICHOLAS GARVEY, Esq., St. Ann, marked A G on left shoulder. 12/12 HARRINGTON, a Chamba to Mr. JOHN THOMSON, St. George, marked H B in one, on top, on ri ght shoulder. 12/12 FLORIAN, a creole, marked I A on both shoulders and breast. 12/21 Spanish Town Workhouse 1815. [CC] JOHN DIXON, a creole, says he is free but cannot produce any documents of such freedom, marks of flogging on his back. 9/3 MARY, a Chamba says she belonged to a black woman named FANNY WARREN, dec., country marks on her face. 9/3 BOB, a Chamba will not tell his owner, supposed to belong to Mr. A. TULLOCH at the Moneague, has his country marks on his face. 9/3 JOHN THOMAS, a creol e to Lt. CAMPBELL Fort Augusta, marked B H 9/3 ROBERT, a Nago to one Miss NANCY McL EAN at Annotto Bay, has his country marks on his face. 9/3 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. GEORGE WILSON, at Messrs. Hibbert and Taylors, Kingston, marked with B B [upside down, reversed] apparently, right shoulder. 9/13 JAMES, an Eboe to Mr. JOSHUA WOOD, Kingston, has his country marks on his face and arms. 9/17

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108 EARL DANIEL, born in Antigua, who says he is free but has no ticket or papers to shew in proof thereof, has the marks of a wound on his left shoulder, being the same Negro sent in from Vere, per Mr. CLARKE 9/18 JACK, a creole, to Mr. BELL, at Woodstock, near Annotto Bay, marked A W E both shoulders. 12/3 ABIGAIL, a Congo to Miss DICK St. John. 12/5 GOODLUC K, a creole boy, to Mr. THAME in Kingston, no brand mark. 12/11 MARS, an Eboe to Mr. PATIBAT in Kingston, marked apparently J L D left shoulder, has country marks on his face and breast. 12/12 MARIA, a Congo, to one FANNY DELCORD, has the marks of an old sore on her breast. 12/12 QUACO, a creole, to one Mr. CERF in St. Elizabeth, walks lame on his left leg. 12/15 TIM, a creole, to Quebec Estate, THOMAS WALDMAN, Esq., St. Mary, no mark. 12/28 Trelawny Workhouse 1815. [CC] NANCY, an American born, to Miss NELLY BENNETT or Mr. HUNT Court House Street, Kingston, no mark, yellow complexion, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 10/13 GEORGE, a Mundingo, to Mrs. SCARLET in the Black Grounds, no mark, 5 ft. high. 12/16 Westmoreland Workhouse 1815. [CC] TOM, a Co ngo to the estate of Mr. ROBERT HOGARTH, dec., Westmoreland, marked R H on top, right shoulder. 10/3 PAGE, a creole, to Mr. WATKINGS Paradise wharf, marked W left shoulder. 12/4 GEORGE, a Canga to Mr. THOMAS WILLIAMS Bluefields Tavern, no mark. 12/4 1816 Black River Workhouse 1816. [CC] ROBERT, a Mundingo, to MARY FORBES St. James, no brand mark. 1/4 SCOTLAND, a Congo to Roseberry Plantation, marks on both shoulders obliterated. 1/12 MIRIANA, a creole, to Wales Estate, Trelawny, no brandma rk. 1/15

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109 JOHN THOMPSON, a Coromantee says he is free, but has not documents to shew, marked with J J S on both shoulders, and left breast. 1/20 JOHN, a Congo, to Seven Rivers Estate, mark not plain. 1/26 LUSTRE, a creole, to MATTHEW HENNEGAN has lost two toes from off his left foot. 2/114 JACK, to Dundee Estate, no brandmark. 2/6 MARIA, a Mundingo, to Mrs. BROOMFIELD, mark not plain, has a CHILD with her. 2/9 ANTHONY, a creole, to Campleton Estate, Hanover, no brand mark. 2/13 JOHN WILLIAMS, a creo le to the estate of THOMAS COLE Kingston, marked on right shoulder with T R 2/14 DANIEL, a Papa, to Mr. JOHN MULLINGS marked on right shoulder I M 2/18 BOB, a creole, to CHARLES ROWE Esq., no mark. 2/19 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mesopotamia Estate, We stmoreland, no mark. 3/3 GEORGE, a creole, to Mesopotamia Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 3/3 PHILIP, a Mundingo, to Mr. JASPER RUDLING, Montego Bay, no mark. 3/10 HELEN, a creole, to Miss NANCY ADAIR Spanish Town, yellow complexion. 3/14 GOODLUCK, a c reole, to THOMAS PATTISON no mark. 3/14 CUFFEE, a creole, to EDWARD TAYLOR marked E T on right shoulder. 3/18 PRINCE, a Congo to R. SPLATT Mile Gulley. 3/21 PHOEBA, a creole, to Orchard Estate, Hanover, no mark. 3/21 BILLY, a Moco to Mr. JAMES PAT RICK marked I P on right shoulder. 3/21 MINTAS, a Congo, to CHARLES FORBES Esq., marked C F between, on right shoulder. 3/21 14 S ee also LUSTRE, a creole, to Matthew Hennegan, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 7/9

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110 GEORGE, a Moco to Williamsfield Estate, Hanover. 3/21 GEORGE, a Moco to MARGARET SLOOK, Savanna la Mar. 3/25 QUACO, a c reole, to Mrs. POWELL, Top Hill, no mark. 3/25 MONDAY, a creole, to JOSEPH RUSSELL Esq., Mile Gully. 3/26 JAMES, a Congo, says his former owner is dead, and that he does not know to whom he belongs. 3/28 HANNAH, a creole, to MARY SOWDEN, Westmoreland. 3/28 LONDON, a creole, to Mr. JAMES PATRICK, marked on both shoulders A P. 3/28 WHAN, a creole, to Mrs. ANN LITTHER Westmoreland, blind of right eye. 3/28 THOMAS BANBURY, a Congo, calls himself a Maroon of Charles Town, and has a pass signed Thomas Ban bury. 3/28 JUBA, a Moco to Industry Estate, Hanover, marked W M on right shoulder. 3/28 BOB, a creole, to Barton Estate, no mark. 3/29 GEORGE, a creole, to RICHARD HAMMOND, St. James. 3/29 LUSTRE, an Eboe to Mr. WINT near Kingston; formerly calls hi mself THOMAS to Mr. HIBBERT marked on both shoulders ASIA 3/29 BEN, a creole, to Emmans Penn. 4/6 JUPITER, a creole, to CHALRES FORBES Esq. 4/6 ALBERT, a Moco to Retrieve, Hanover, marked I O on right shoulder. 4/15 JOHN, a Coromantee to ROBERT P ORTER Esq., marked J J S on both shoulders and left breast. 4/20 DORCAS, a creole, says she formerly belonged to Miss KITTY MILLS Kingston, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 4/24 CUDJOE, a Mundingo, to Mr. JAMES HOPWOOD, marked H on both shoulders, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 4/25 CHARLES, a Congo to Mr. A. THOMPSON, marked I M, H on both shoulders, 5 ft. 9 in. high.

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111 5/3 PATRICK, a creole, to Mr. JOSEPH JONES marked H I on top, on both shoulders, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 5/4 JOHN, a Coromantee to ROBERT PORTER Esq., marked J J S on both shoulders. 5/16 JULY, a Moco to the estate of COLIN ROSS dec. 5/21 DAPHNE, a Congo to Round Hill Plantation, marked P C on both shoulders. 5/22 EDWARD HENRY, a mulatto, to Miss BROWN Fourpaths, Clarendon, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 5/23 T OM, a creole, to Mrs. PATRICK 5 ft. 7 in. high. 6/14 CYRUS, a creole, to Mr. FORBES Richmond, St. Mary, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 6/18 BERWICK, a Congo, to Mr. BROMFIELD marked C D M on top, on right shoulder, several marks on left shoulder not plain, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 6/18 HENRY, a Moco to Mr. ALEXANDER TELFER has only one leg, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 7/11 RICHARD, a Congo to Mr. ROBERT BARTLETT Alligator Pond, marks of flogging on his back, 5 ft. 9 in. high. 7/15 BEAU, a Moco to T. J. BRANFOOT Esq., Ver e, marked T on both shoulders, 5 ft. 11/2 in. high. 7/15 WASHINGTON, a Congo, to Mr. JOHN LYNCH marked I L on both breasts, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 7/16 MANUEL, a Congo to EDWARD PEART Esq., Vere, marks on shoulders and breast not plain, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 7/16 ADAM, a Congo to Mr. JOHN FINDLAY, Lacovia, marked I F on right shoulder, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 7/28 HARRY, a sambo, to Mrs. JAMES near Hounslow Penn, 5 ft. 9 in. high. 7/30 GEORGE, an Eboe to the 60th Regiment, marked I O on left shoulder, P I O on right shoulder, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 7/30 VENTURE, a creole, to Retrieve Estate Old Works, St. James, mark not plain, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 8/5

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112 CHESTER, a Congo, to Mr. MULLINGS marked E R, both shoulders, lost his left eye, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 8/17 ROSY, a cr eole, to Miss PEGGY ANDERSON, St. James, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 8/23 KENT, alias TOM a Coromantee to Mrs. BAYLIS or Mr. THOMAS DYER marked F B on right, T D on left shoulder, 5 ft. 10 in. high. 8/26 JOHN HERMAN, a creole, says he is free but has no docume nt thereof; he also says his father is a free man living on Greenwich Estate, St. James. 9/9 QUASHIE, a Chamba, says he belongs to Mr. FALCONER who was formerly overseer at Pusey Hill Estate, Vere, but is now off the island, marked I M on both shoulders, apparently but not plain, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 9/19 NED, a creole, to Mayamure Estate, Westmoreland, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 9/27 ALICK, a creole, to Orange River Estate, St. Mary, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 9/28 DAZY, a Moco to Holland Estate, in this parish. 9/28 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. ANDREW YOUNG, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 10/3 ROBERT, a creole, to Bounty Hall Estate, Trelawny, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 10/8 BEN, a Congo to Mr. JAMES G. MIDLINGS marked I M, G on top, right shoulder, D R left shoulder, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 10/12 MO LLY, a creole, to Mr. JOHN RUSSELL marked T K left shoulder, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 10/14 MARGARET, alias SARAH MOUNTAGUE a saltwater creole,15 to Miss ANN BLACK a woman of colour, near Great River, St. James, marked E P both shoulders and cheek, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 10/14 ALEXIS, a creole, to Mrs. McI NTOSH, Savanna la Mar, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/20 LOUISA, a creole, to Dr. HENRIQUES Spanish Town, marked apparently B W on left shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 10/29 15 Though apparently an oxymoron, presumably saltwater creole signified someone bor n during the transatlantic crossing (Middle Passage). For use of the term saltwater Negro to signify African born, in contrast to creole or country born, see Michael A. Gomez, Exchanging Our Country Marks: The Transformation of African Identities in the Colonial and Antebellum South (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998), pp.14, 168, 189; and for the meanings of creole see Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, Africans in Colonial Louisiana: The Development of Afro Creole Culture in the Eighteenth Century (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1992), pp.157 158.

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113 SAM, a Congo, to Mr. McL ELLAN Orange Estate, St. James, marked W G left shoulder, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/29 LONDON, a creole, to Mr. JAMES PATRICK, marked A F both shoulders, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 11/7 WILLIAM, a Congo, to Mr. WILLIAM SAUL marked W S both shoulders, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 11/12 LACKEY, a creole, to Mr. JOHN CHAMBERS 5 ft. 8 in. high. 11/12 Clarendon Workhouse 1816. [CC] HAGAR, a creole, says she belongs to Miss MARY ASHLEY a woman of colour, Spanish Town, no mark. 1/1 JOHN, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. WILLIAM ROSE, marked W E on left s houlder, A C on top. 1/3 WILLIAM MORGON, a Moco says he belongs to Mr. BARTLETT, Plantain Garden River, formerly the property of Capt. MORGAN, late of Kingston, dec., no mark. 1/4 NED GARDINER, a creole, says he belongs to a Miss GARDINER a woman of col our, Kingston, no brand mark. 1/12 ALFRED, a creole boy, says he belongs to Mrs. FERRO Kingston, no brandmark. 1/12 JESSY, a creole, says she belongs to Miss SUKEY BEGGS HUSBAND, Vere, marked S H on the left shoulder. 2/7 THOMAS, a creole, to Doctor H AYLE marked on both shoulders H on top. 2/11 JOE, an Eboe to Mr. MICHAEL COLLMAN, marked on left shoulder I B 2/16 JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. JAMES KERR who keeps a grass yard, Kingston, marked L on top, on right shoulder. 2/27 BACCHUS, a Mundingo to Mr. RICHARD DAVIS Middleton Plantation, St. Mary, marked R D 3/13 TOM, a creole, to KEAN OSBORN, Esq., or Richmond Park, marked both shoulders K O 3/13 WILLIAM, a creole, to the Ramble Estate, no brandmark. 3/13 JAMES, a creole, says he belongs to Mrs. McG LASHAN, Spanish Town, no mark. 3/14

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114 RICHARD BARCLAY, a creole, says he belongs to Miss SARAH MATTHEWS a woman of colour, Spanish Town, marked I M both shoulders. 3/21 NED, a creole, says he belongs to Caswell Castle Estate, Vere, no mark. 3/21 DOUGLAS, a Bruman says his m aster s name was Mr. LONGMAN, of Banbury coffee plantation, St. Elizabeth, no mark, of a yellow complexion, a large scar on top of right shoulder from being burnt with fire. 3/21 ALFRED, a Congo to Mr. JAMES PATTERSON (lately carpenter at Parnassus) [sic ] formerly belonged to Mr. JAMES BURNETT Spanish Town, marked P R reversed, both shoulders, marks of severe punishment on his back. 4/1 PATIENCE, an Eboe to Mr. STENNETT, St. Ann, dec., marked C P right shoulder, says she has been runaway since a littl e girl. 4/8 EDWARD, a Coromantee to Mr. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Kingston, formerly to KEAN OSBORN, Esq., marked K O. 4/816 DICK, a Mundingo, to Mr. JAMES SUTHERLAND, Mile Gully, no visible brandmark. 4/9 CUPID, a creole, to Swansea Estate, St. John, marked like I D S on top, not plain, right shoulder, has lost the first joint of the two first fingers, and the whole of the little finger of the right hand. 4/10 TOM, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT FINLAY, Spanish Town, marked R A in large letters, and W W in small, both shoulders. 4/15 HARDY, a Mungola to KILBY s Estate, St. Dorothy, marked W M D R on top, both shoulders and breasts. 4/18 TRYALL, a Mundingo, to Ludlow Estate, Clarendon, no visible brandmark. 4/21 WILLIAM, a Congo, says she belongs to Mr. CURT IS a man of colour, near Port Antonio, no visible brandmark, has lost the first joint of the fore finger of the right hand. 4/24 JOSEPH, a creole, says he belongs to ARTHUR s Seat, no mark. 4/26 ANDREW, a creole boy, to Coates Penn, no mark. 5/12 16 EDWARD, a Coromantee, says he belongs to Mr. DAVID LARGUE Albion, St. David, formerly to KEAN OSBORN, Esq., marked K O 8/31

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115 QUASH IE, a Coromantee says he ranaway a new Negro and has no owner ,17 no mark. 5/14 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. MULLET, Spanish Town, no mark. 5/25 JOHN, a creole, says he belongs to a Mr. CHILDMAN a carpenter, Spanish Town, mark on both shoulde rs obliterated. 5/26 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. MOOR St. Thomas in the Vale, no mark. 5/27 SCOTT, a Coromantee to Mr. THOMAS SMITH a coppersmith, Carpenter s Mountain, marked T S right shoulder. 5/28 NICK, a creole, says he belongs to Denbeigh Estate, marked on right shoulder E P, has a collar and piece of chain about his neck. 6/11 POLLYDORE, alias PATRICK MORGAN, says he belonged to Doctor DUNCAN McG LASHAN, dec., and has been serving on board King s ships many years, that he is free but has no docume nts to shew of his freedom, and has been working at a Mr. MARCHELLECKS a Frenchman, who is a baker in West Street, Kingston; he was accompanying two women to Falmouth or Maroon Town, but left them, and was taken while selling articles said to belong to th em. 6/11 OLD BACH, says he belongs to Halse Hall Estate, no mark, and has been runaway for many years. 6/24 JAMES, a Mundingo, to Treadways Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked A B, A M on top. 6/28 MARK, a Congo, to the estate of Mr. TRENKFIELD dec., country marks on his shoulders and breasts; brought in by the Maroons. 6/29 BEN, a Congo to the estate of Mr. TRENKFIELD dec., Vere, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 6/29 FANNY, a Mungola to Miss CHARLOTTE BONNER a woman of colour, Old Harbour M arket, no mark. 7/7 EMANUEL, a creole, to Miss MARGARET BROWN a woman of colour, St. John, marked both shoulders R D 7/9 JOHN, a creole, says he formerly belonged to Miss MARY ANN WOODHOUSE a woman of colour, who sold him to a Mr. MASTEN in Kingston, he was afterwards sold by that gentleman to some Frenchman or other, who took him to St. Domingo, and he remained there two years, 17 belongs to Ashly Hall, Vere 5/22.

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116 and then made his escape with many others to this island, marked R H on right shoulder. 7/10 JAMES, a Congo, to the estate of Dr. JAMES JOHNSTON, dec., no brand mark. 7/18 HECTOR, a creole, says he belongs to MOSES BRAVO, Marley Mount Penn, St. Dorothy, marked on both shoulders W S 8/2 WINDSOR, a Coromantee says he belongs to Mr. R. BOUCHER Manchester, mark on the right shoulder obliterated. 8/2 WILL, a Congo says he belongs to Manningsfield Estate, Vere, marked on right shoulder I E 8/7 WILLIAM, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. TELFER St. Elizabeth, marked W T on left shoulder, with E D on top, has lost his left leg. 8/12 TOM, a creole, to KEAN OSBORN, Esq., or Caswell Hall Estate, Vere, marked both shoulders K O 8/20 MARY ANN RICHARDSON, a creole, a woman of colour, belonging to JOHN F. GISSACKSON, gone off the island. 8/26 ANDREW, a salt water creole, says he belong s to Doctor CROSBIE Kingston, no mark. 9/5 JOSEPH, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. WILLIAM MURDOCH, dec., now to the New Hall Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked W M not plain. 9/12 GEORGE FRANCIS, a creole, says he belonged to Mrs. CROSSGILL after her death Mr. Richmond her attorney left him to Mr. ALEXANDER ECTOR since his death, to Mr. KINGHORN or Mr. KINKHEAD he supposes is his trustee, marked T S G on top, a swelling on his left cheek bone. 9/15 ROSIE, a Congo to the estate of of THOMAS BROWN, dec., no mark 9/23 JENNY, a creole, says she belongs to ELEANOR JACKSON a woman of colour, Old Harbour market, no mark, much pitted with the smallpox in her face. 9/24 HENRY, a Coromantee says he belongs to the estate of Dr. SHAW Great Valley Plantation, marked on both shoulders, none of the letters plain, only S on left shoulder. 9/28 JOHN, a creole, says he belongs to Denbigh Estate, no mark. 10/1 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Miss MARTHA BYDON a woman of colour, Kingston, marked on left shoulder, I W on top, and on right shoulder G A or C A 10/3

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117 QUASHIE, a Papa, says he belongs to Mr. LAVELL Manchester, adjoining Grove Place, country marks on his face and all over his body. 10/5 BACCHUS, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. YOUNG a butcher, formerly t o ELIZABETH ROE a person of colour, marked E R D right shoulder. 10/8 SURPRISE, a creole, belonging to Carlisle Estate, Vere, no mark. 10/8 RACHAEL, a creole, an old woman, says she belongs to Yarmouth Estate, Vere; brought in by the Maroons. 10/11 ROBE RT, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. LANE St. Thomas in the Vale, formerly to Mr. McL ARTY, St. John, no mark. 10/21 CUPID, a Congo to Denbigh Estate, marked upon the left shoulder E P. 10/22 TRIM, a Mungola says belongs to Mr. PELTERS Manchester, mar ked P on top, on right shoulder. 10/23 ARCHEY, a creole, says he belongs to OLIPHANT s estate, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 10/27 LOUISA, an Eboe an old woman, says she belongs to RUTH PRANCE a free black woman, Spanish Town, no visible brandmark. 11/2 QUASHIE, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. IRVING a carpenter, on Bushy Park, marked on the left shoulder W S on the right M 11/2 POST, a Coromantee says he belongs to Lanruinney Estate, marked M W on the right shoulder. 11/5 CAESAR, an Ota m says he belongs to Mr. TOWNSON, D.M., St. Ann, marked O G on both shoulders. 11/5 PLATE, an Eboe to the estate of H. McK INLAY, dec., says Mr. Greenhill is his trustee, mark on left shoulder not plain. 11/5 NANCY, a creole, to Miss WUSESUSHANG [sic] a black French woman, East End, Kingston, marked on the right shoulder WEUR 11/8 Hanover Workhouse 1816. [CC] BOATSWAIN, a creole, to the Crawle Estate, St. James, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 1/9 BILLY, to the Crawle Estate, both marks of beating on the shoulder s, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 1/9

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118 MALTRO, a creole, to Endeavour Estate, Hanover. 1/23 CYRUS, a creole, formerly to Springfield, but now to Mr. CASE 5 ft. 5 in. high. 2/7 BOB, a creole, to Bog Estate, Westmoreland, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 3/16 WILLIAM, or ALBERT a creole, to Mr. RARES Westmoreland, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 3/27 HARRY, a creole, to Phoenix, Hanover, 5ft. 4 in. high. 4/2 DAMSELL, an Eboe ] to WALTER ROBERTSON Savanna la Mar, marked I R T 5 ft. [ illeg ible ] 1/2 in. high. 4/9 HESTER, a creole, Belvidere Estate, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 4/16 TOM, a creole, to Mrs. JACKSON, Montego Bay, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 4/16 JEMMY, a creole, to RAYNES WHITE Montego Bay, marked R W not plain, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 4/16 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. CHRISTIE Westmoreland, mark not plai n, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 4/16 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. LEVY EVENS St. Elizabeth, mark not perfect, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 5/12 HARRY, a creole, to WILLIAM MORRIS Esq., Rome, 5 ft. 4 in. 5/21 BOATSWAIN, a Bona to Doctor LAWSON, Steelfield, taken up with a ca noe at Sandy Bay, marked T S on top, right shoulder, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 6/27 ARCHY, a creole, to CATHERINE HALL St. James, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 6/29 SARAH, a creole, to Miss FINDLATER St. James, 4 ft. 5 in. high. 7/7 CICERO, a creole, to Maggotty Estate, 5 ft. high. 7/7 CATO, a cr eole, to Content Estate, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 7/8 CUPID, a Moco to JOHN HOGG, Westmoreland, no mark, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 7/16 EDWIN, to Mr. JOHNSTON, Cave Valley, two right fingers half off, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 7/26 DOLLY, a creole, to Great Valley Estate, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 8/13 ELIZA, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM THOMPSON, Cocoa Nut Walk, St. Elizabeth, bumps on her

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119 back and breast, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 9/14 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. JOHNSTON, Williamshope, Hanover, 5 ft. 1 3/4 in. high. 9/16 AMELIA, a Chamba, to Mr. GRIGNON, Montego Bay, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 9/29 GRACE, a creole, to OLIVER HERING, Esq., Paul Island, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 9/30 LUIS, a creole, to Mrs. SHARPE Montego Bay, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 10/14 JEAN, a Moco to MARY MITCHELL Falmouth, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 10/14 ANDREW, a Moco says he belongs to Haughton Hall, was hired to SAMUEL WRIGHT a Maroon, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/14 DAY, a Moco to Duckett s Spring, St. James, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 10/25 GEORGE, a Congo to Mr. VASSALL Abingdon, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 10/28 ELENA, a creole, to JOSEPH RICKETTS Westmoreland, marked but not sufficiently distinct to shew the letters, 4 ft. 11 in. high. 11/6 VERNON, a Bona to SAMUELL VAUGHAN, Esq., Retrieve Estate, Westmoreland, marked S W left shoulder, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 11/11 Kingston Workhouse 1816. [CC] ANTONIO, a native of St. Domingo, says he is free, to be detained till he proves his freedom, no brandmark, has a scar on his right shoulder. 1/8 CARPENTER, a Mundingo, to JOHN BULL Esq., marked E B on right shoulder, and country marks on his face. 1/9 RICHMOND, a Coromantee to Mr. STANLEY Farm Hill, no brand mark. 1/9 NED, a Congo to WILLIAM NEWMAN near Burnt Savanna, Westmoreland, marked S, with a and a letter before it, not plain, on both shoulders and c ountry marks on both breasts and belly. 1/10 CAROLINE, a Coromantee, and her child NELSON, to WILLIAM NEWMAN near Burnt Savanna, Westmoreland, no brandmark, country marks on both temples. 1/10 DIANA, an Eboe to WILLIAM NEWMAN near Burnt Savanna, Westmoreland, no brandmark, country marks on her belly. 1/10

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120 KINGSTON, a Mungola to Mr. MERRICK marked L R on left shoulder, and has a scar on right breast. 1/10 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. DAVIS St. Thomas in the East, marked T D on left and I B on right sh oulder. 1/16 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. LANCASTER Content Plantation, St. David, no brandmark. 1/23 FRANK, a creole, to JAMES ROBERTSON, Spanish Town, no brandmark. 1/26 PETER, an Eboe to Fort Stewart, St. George, mark on left shoulder not plain, marks of flogging on his back. 1/31 MOLLY, a creole, to CHAVIST JOHNSTON, Rio Bueno, marked I H on left shoulder, has lost two of her upper front teeth. 2/1 DAVY, an Eboe to Mr. RICHARDS Garbrand Hall Estate, St. David, no brandmark, has lost all the feel of the right foot. 2/2 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. BRANDON, marked F D on right shoulder. 2/3 RODNEY, a creole, to Mr. PEART St. Elizabeth, marked PEART I B on top, on left shoulder, and I B on both shoulders. 2/3 JAMES, a Coromantee to Mr. CLARK dec., no brandmark, marks of public flogging on his back, a sore on right foot. 2/6 JAMES, a Chamba to JOHN STEWART Annotto Bay, marked apprently I D on both shoulders, I B on left breast, and country marks on face. 2/6 MOLLY, a Papa, to Mr. CLARKE Hal fway Tree, mark on left shoulder not plain, a scar on left breast. 2/12 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS MILLWARD, River Head, no brandmark. 2/12 CUDJOE, a Coromantee to Capt. JOHN MURRAY, no brandmark. 2/13 ROSEY, a Mungola formerly to Mr. BENJAMIN MILLWARD but was sold to him to Mr. DINZEVADO now says Mr. HEMMIT no brand mark, country marks on face. 2/14 RICHARD, a creole, to Windsor Castle Estate, no brandmark. 2/14 POMPEY, an Eboe to the late EDWARD EAST Maryland Plantation, feet and hands sore. 2/14 PEGGY, alias MAY, a Congo, to Miss BROWN Spanish Town, or Dove Hall, mark on both

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121 cheeks, not plain, marks of flogging on back; she is in a state of pregnancy. 2/16 TOM, a creole, to Dr. FRANKLIN, marked H W L on right breast, marks of flogg ing on back. 2/16 JENNY, a Mundingo, to JOHN G. MILLWARD, Esq., Spanish Town, marked G M on left shoulder, country marks on face. 2/17 TOM, a Mungola to ANDREW BOGLE Esq., no mark. 2/20 JAMES, a Moco to JAMES C. POWNALL Esq., marked apparently W L o n both shoulders. 2/20 SANCHO, a Mungola to Hope Estate, marked R with another letter, not plain, on right shoulder. 2/21 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. OLIVER marked S C or S O on right shoulder. 2/21 JACK, an Eboe to SUSAN McC LELLAND no mark. 2/22 SAMPSON, a creole, to JOSEPH BOYDEN, no mark. 2/22 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. SCOT Port Royal mountains, marked N with two other letters, not plain, on left shoulder. 3/5 DAVEY, a creole, to Mr. Mc INTYRE St. Mary, marked M I on left shoulder. 3/5 MARY, a creole to BESSY NEWLAND, marked E N on both shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/6 JANE, a Congo, to JOHN RODON, Esq., Dry River, marked L R between, on left, and R with a before it, and another letter not plain; sent in from Fort Augusta. 3/6 SARAH, an Eboe to JOHN McD ONALD Mount Allen, marked M D on right shoulder, and has country marks on her breasts; sent in from Ft. Augusta. 3/6 SUKEY, a Mungola to Mr. PALMER Chapelton, Clarendon, marked apparently N R on left shoulder, and has lost two of his lower front teeth; sent in from Ft. Augusta. 3/6 SARAH, a Congo, to JAMES MORRISON, Spring Valley, St. Ann, mark not plain on left shoulder; sent in from Ft. Augusta. 3/6 LISBON, a Coromantee to Messrs. DICK and EVANS Lucky Valley, marked R M on l eft, and mark not plain on right shoulder, with country marks on both temples. 3/7

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122 JOHN PHILLIPS, a Coromantee says he is free, and that he belonged to a French woman at Providence, named Madame MARIE who carried him to Jacmel, and that she died there; has no brandmark, and came here from Jacmel; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 3/7 LISBON, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. BATTAILLE, no brandmark, marks of flogging on his back. 3/7 BETSEY, a Congo to Col. ROBERTSON, no brandmark, has a scar on bo th shins. 3/9 WILLIAM, a creole, to Craig Mill Estate, St. George, no brand mark. 3/11 WILLIAM, a creole, to Cedar Grove, mark not plain, on right shoulder. 3/13 RODNEY, a creole, to Orange Path, St. David, no brandmark. 3/13 MORALES, a creole, to Mr. WILMOTT marked R [upside down] I on right shoulder. 3/13 JUNO, a Mungola to BARNABY MADDAN, Esq., Orchard Plantation, Port Royal mountains, marked W on right shoulder. 3/13 QUASHIE, a Coromantee to Mr. SCOTT Spring Garden, St. Ann, no brandmark, ha s a scar on his left wrist, which he says he got from a fall in a lime kiln. 3/14 JOHN WILLIAMS, a Moco to Mr. WALLIS Old Harbour Market, mark not plain on left shoulder, has country marks on both temples. 3/18 ALLICK, a Coromantee to JACOB BASSAN, Port Royal, no brandmark, has a scar under his left eye. 3/23 GEORGE, a Mungola to Plantain Garden River, no brandmark. 3/26 BILLY, a Nago to Mr. FLIGNY marked I C M on right shoulder, and has country marks on his belly. 3/26 CHARLOTTE, a Mungola to Miss BESSY marked A C S on left shoulder. 3/27 SIMON, a creole, to THOMAS JOSEPH GRAY, Esq., Easthams Estate, St. James, is marked apparently F on left breast, has scar on his left shoulder and cheek. 4/2 ORMARUS, a Mungola says he made his escape out of a Guinea ship when a new Negro, that he has no master, and has been ever since with a gang of runaways in the woods, has his country marks on his belly, and his left great toe turned in; he was taken up by Mr. P. J. Smith, overseer on Mount Hybla. 4/2 TOM, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES GORDON, Savanna la Mar, marked N M C on both shoulders,

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123 mark not plain on breast, and marks of flogging on his back. 4/8 JOHN, a Congo, to Gibraltar Estate, St. George, no brandmark, has marks of flogging on his back. 4/8 SAM, a creole, to Mr. BRAILSFORD Port Royal, no mark, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 4/8 LAURETTO, a French [ creole] woman, to Mr. JUDAH, no mark, has lost two of her upper front teeth. 4/8 WILLIAM, a creole, to HARRY JONES no brandmark. 4/13 LEWIS, or HARRY, a Coromantee to Mr. ALLEN marked H D, not plain, on breasts and shoulders. 4/15 FRIENDSHIP, a creole, to CHARLOTTE WRIGHT marked on both shoulders. 4/19 JOHN DENNY, a native of Port au Prince [St. Domingue], says he is free, no mark, coal black, has a cut on his left cheek and aside of his upper lip, the little finger of the right hand contracted; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 4/20 JAMES SMART, a native of Martinique, says he is cook on board the ship Windsor Capt. CAM PBELL, and is free, black complexion, has lost most of his front teeth; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 4/20 THOMAS, a Chamba to DAVID PERRY, Content Plantation, St. George, marked D P on both shoulders, and has country marks on both cheeks. 4/23 BILLY, a Moco to Mr. BOLT St. Ann Bay, marked apparently C C on right shoulder, and has a scar on his left shoulder. 4/25 ADAM, a Wakee to Mr. HARRIS Quebec Plantation, St. George, no brandmark, has country marks on both cheeks. 4/25 JAMES, a creole, to Cardiff Estate, St. Mary (the Hon. SHAND trustee) [sic] marked S D G on top, on both shoulders. 4/25 CLARENCE, a salt water creole, to THOMAS GREENHILL Esq., Spanish Town, no brandmark, has a scar on his back. 5/3 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mada me SEPHY or LISBON no brandmark. 5/6 JOHN, a creole, to Mrs. CAMPBELL, Passage Fort, no brandmark, has the marks of flogging on his back. 5/7

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124 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. NESBITT, St. Mary, marked I H on right shoulder, and has lost two of his upper front teeth. 5/10 JAMES, a creole, to SARAH SCOTT no brandmark. 5/13 PALACE, a creole, to Miss SLYTH 5/13 JOHN, a creole, to JOHN ORR Esq., dec., no brandmark, has lost some of his upper front teeth. 5/13 GEORGE, a Mungola to JOHN OLD, St. George, ma rked B B on left shoulder, and has a scar below his right eye. 5/13 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. EDMISTON 5/14 THOMAS BROWN, a creole, to the estate of Mr. WILLIAMS dec., late tavernkeeper at Montego Bay, marked A M E on both shoulders. 5/14 JOHN, a Congo, to WENTWORTH BAYLEY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, St. George, no brandmark, has the mark of flogging on his back. 5/15 CUDJOE, a Coromantee to DUGALD THOMPSON, marked D T on both shoulders. 5/15 LEWIS, a salt water creole, to Mr. WILLIAMS Dry Harbour, no brand mark. 5/17 LIMERICK, a Moco to STEPHEN DONNELLAN, dec., no brandmark, marks of flogging on his back. 5/17 MARY, a creole, to Mrs. MARTIN Spanish Town, marked D L on right shoulder. 5/22 ROBERT DALLAS, a Coromantee to Cromwell Estate, St. Mary, marked W B on right, and has a scar on left shoulder. 5/22 BESSY, a Mundingo, to Mr. FOX no brandmark, has a cut on her right leg, which she received from her master, sent into the Asylum. 5/24 JOHN BROWN, alias BILLY a creole, to Mr. COCHRANE Mount Sinai, marked on both shoulders, but obliterated by flogging, and A H on breasts, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 5/25 MARK, an Eboe to Papine Estate, marked I W on both shoulders, and has a film on left eye. 5/25 THOMAS, a creole, to Dr. ARNOL D Port Antonio, no brandmark. 5/28

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125 CHANCE, a Moco to Papine Estate, marked I W on both shoulders. 5/30 EDWIN, a sambo creole, to Dr. BROWN Providence Estate, Manchioneal, no brandmark. 6/3 DAVY, a creole, to Mr. MARSHALL Annotto Bay, marked M I on left shoulder. 6/6 PRUDENCE, a Moco to THOMAS FLYNN, marked W F on left shoulder. 6/8 JOHNSTON, a creole, to KEITH JOPP Esq., Joppa Plantation, St. Andrew, no brandmark. 6/10 ANDREW, a Moco to Mr. SCOTT marked with a on left shoulder. 6/11 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT SILVESTER Pimento Grove, St. Andrew, marked I M on left shoulder. 6/12 DICK, a creole, to Mr. BARCLAY, Holland Bay, marked J BELL on his left shoulder. 6/18 DAVY, a creole, to THOMAS MARSHALL Port Maria, marked I M on left shoulder. 6/19 MARY ANN, a creole, to Mrs. CLARK Up Park Camp, no brandmark. 6/20 GEORGE, a Congo to Mr. SHREYER marked apparently H with another letter, not plain, on left shoulder, and his country marks on his stomach and back. 6/27 EDWARD, a creole, to Dr. SILVEIRA Brandon Hill, St. Andrew, no brandmark. 6/28 JOHN, a creole, to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, St. George, no brand mark. 6/29 MARY, a Nago to Miss ALLEN no brand mark. 6/29 SUE, an Eboe a nd her child NELLY about three months old, to the estate of Davis, dec., Cool Shade, no brandmark, has country marks on her belly and stomach, and has lost one of her upper front teeth; committed to the Asylum. 7/1 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mr. BREARCLIFFE, no brandmark, he appears to be insane. 7/3 QUASHIE, a Wawee [Wakee] to Mr. SCOTT Spring Garden, no brandmark, has a scar on both hands, which he says he received from a fall in a lime kiln. 7/3 SAMMY, a creole, to JAMES STEWART, Esq., Stewart Castle Trelawny, no brandmark, has a scar on his back and forehead. 7/8 WILLIAM ROBERTS, a creole, says he formerly belonged to RICHARD KINKHEAD, Esq.,

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126 but it appears he did not, and pretends to be free, mark not plain on right shoulder, and has a scar on his left breast and right hand, a little below his shoulder. 7/918 HENRY, an Eboe to Mr. WATSON, marked R W on right shoulder, and has country marks on his forehead, temples, stomach, and belly. 7/10 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. THOMAS KIRVAN, Pleasant Hill, St. Andrew, no brandmark, his left great toe is turned in. 7/10 DUCHES, a Mungola to Mr. CHISHOLM marked I J G on right shoulder. 7/10 WILLIAM, alias JAMES a creole, formerly to Mr. BOGLE but now to Mr. DELPRATT Mount Sinai, mark not plain on right shoulder. 7/13 WARWICK, a Moco to DAVID PERRY, St. George, marked D P on right shoulder. 7/13 ROBERT GRAHAM, a Coromantee to Boston Estate, St. Thomas in the East, no brandmark, has a scar on his forehead, and both his great toes turned in. 7/15 COUNTES S, a Chamba to the estate of WEIR dec., mark not plain on left shoulder, and has country marks on her face 7/16 DOLLY, a Mungola to MARTHA HOWEL Content Plantation, no brandmark; committed to the Asylum. 7/17 JAMES HAMILTON, a brown man, to JAMES MI NOT Esq., York Estate, St. Thomas in the East, marked N G on right shoulder. 7/18 PROVIDENCE, a creole, to Mr. STEER St. Ann, no brandmark, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 7/22 WILLIAM, a creole, to CHRISTIAN JAMES marked W H on right, and I M on left shoulder. 7/24 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. MILLWARD River Head, St. David, no brandmark. 7/25 LEWIS, a creole, to Miss MARGARET DUFFRENAY, marked M F on top, on left shoulder. 7/26 18 See also S t. Mary Workhouse, 1816. [CC] WILLIAM ROBERTS, a creole, to RICHARD KINKEAD, Esq., Kingston. 4/26 Kingston Workhouse, 1816. [CC] WILLIAM ROBERTS, a creole, pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof, has no brand mark; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 11/13

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127 ROBERT, a Moco to ROBERT CALLENDER marked M with another letter not plain, on right shoulder. 7/30 JOHN, a French creole, to Madame SANITE no brandmark. 8/3 JAMES, an Eboe to Doctor McF ARLANE no brandmark, has country marks on both breasts. 8/3 SAMPSON, an Eboe to Mr. BROWN mark not plain on both shoul ders. 8/5 HELEN, a creole, to FRANCIS MILLER Spanish Town, no brandmark. 8/5 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. HURLOCK, St. Ann, no brandmark, has scar under his left eye. 8/7 C HANCE, a Moco to Papine Estate, marked I W on both shoulders. 8/7 BRISTOL, a Mundingo to Messrs. ADAMS ROBERTSON & C O ., mark not plain on right shoulder. 8/7 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. LUMLEY Westmoreland, no brand mark. 8/12 ISHMAEL, a Moco to Mr. COURTNEY, St. Mary, mark not plain on right shoulder. 8/13 GEORGE, a creole, to Wa terhouse Estate, St. Andrew, marked W P on right shoulder and breast. 8/14 CHARITY, a creole, to Miss SAMUELS Halfway Tree, marked H C on top, on right shoulder. 8/15 JAMES, a Moco to JOHN HOUSE dec., SAMUEL QUEENENBOROUGH, Esq., dec., Barrack Plantation, St. John, was his trustee, marked H on right shoulder. 8/16 JAMES, a Mundingo, to the Hon. JOHN SHAND, Belmont, St. John, no brandmark, has country marks on his face. 8/16 CHARLOTTE, a Coromantee to Mr. DELPRAT Cold Spring, St. David, marked H L in one, and on top, which another letter not plain, on left shoulder. 8/17 DICK, a creole, to Mr. BARCLAY, Holland Hay, marks not plain on right shoulder. 8/17 GUY, a Mundingo, to Mr. SNOWGLASS GammonHall, no brand mark, has country marks on his face. 8/19 ADELLO, a creole, to Mr. GUTTERES Spanish Town, marked M C on top, on left, and not

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128 plain on right shoulder. 8/19 WILLIAM, a Moco to Mr. BLAKE Morant Bay, marked H W on right shoulder. 8/19 MONIMIA, a creole, to JANE a black woman, St. Mary, no brand mark. 8/26 JOHN, alias GIDEON, a French creole, formerly to ALEX AIKMAN, Senr., Esq., but now to Mr. SHERGOLD, Montego Bay, no brandmark. 8/26 JOHN, a creole, to THOMAS MILBOURNE Vere, marked P H between, on right shoulder. 8/26 WILLIAM, a creole, to the estate of Mr. WILLIAMS dec., he says GEORGE BROWN is his trustee, marked N on right shoulder, with another letter not plain, has a scar near aside of both eyes and on his neck, and a bump aside of his left ear. 8/26 KINGSTON, a Mungola to Mr. MERRICK Annotto Bay, marked L R on left shoulder, and has a scar on right breast. 8/26 ROBERT, a creole, to THOMAS HEWITT L ucea, no brandmark, yellow complexion. 8/27 ANDREW, an Eboe to THOMAS BURY, Mr. PARKE is his trustee, marked T B [upside down], with between, on right shoulder, and has country marks on his face and forehead. 8/28 JAMES, a creole of Barbados, says he got on board the ship Laforey Henry Miller, master, with the troops which embarked there for this island, and that he belongs to JOHN CLARY of St. Vincent, no brand mark. 8/30 SAM, a sambo boy, a creole of St. Vincent, says he came to this island in the ship Laforey and that he belongs to MICHAEL WHITE of St. Vincent, no brand mark. 8/30 ROBERT, alias HEYWOOD, a Mundingo, to Mr. JOHN WEIR Goshen Estate, St. Catherine, marked A F on right shoulder, and has country marks on his face. 9/3 MARYANN, a Mungola to BANWELL PALMER marked S B on left, and P within a on right shoulder. 9/3 JOSEPH, a native of PortoRico, pretends to be free; to be detained until he proves his freedom, no brandmark. 9/4 MINOT, a creole, to Mr. RICKARD, Dock Yard, Port Royal, mark not plain on right, and W V with another letter no t plain, on left shoulder, and has lost two of his upper front teeth. 9/7 GEORGE, a creole, to WILLIAM PETERSWALD St. Mary, marked W B P below, on breast. 9/7

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129 CUDJOE, a Papa, to JOSEPH FLIGNY, marked MAPP on stomach, and both his legs are sore; committed to the Asylum. 9/719 JANE, a creole, to THOMAS MARSHALL Port Maria Bay, no brandmark. 9/10 HENRY, a creole, to GEORGE SHAW Water Work, Savanna La Mar, marked I H on both shoulders. 9/10 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. DAVIS Rose Hill, no brandmark, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 9/10 WILLIAM, a Coromantee to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, St. George, marked D S on both shoulders. 9/13 CHARLOTTE, a Mungola to Mr. COX, Spring Garden, St. Mary, marked apparently R C on left shoulder, she is very much hurted from a fall she received at Up Park Camp. 9/13 SWAIN, alias MONKEY, a creole, to SWAIN LUNGREN, Smithfield, St. George, marked S L on both shoulders. 9/16 JOHN, a creole, to THOMAS MILLBOURNE Vere, marked M R on right shoulder, and has a sore on his leg. 9/16 [ NONAME ] a dumb man, a creole, his owner is not known, mark not plain on both shoulders. 9/16 GEORGE, a Congo to HENRY BLAKE Morant Bay, no brandmark, has a scar aside of his left cheek. 9/16 JENNY, a creole, to the Hon. JAMES STEWART St. Andrew, no brand mark, has lost the first joints of two of her toes on her left foot. 9/18 PHILLIA, a creole, to Mr. SATCHEIL but now to ANDREW LUNAN, Esq., mark not plain on both shoulders, and her left leg is sore. 9/18 PRESTON, an Eboe to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, St. George, no brand mark. 9/19 LAWTON, a Mungola to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., Gibraltar Estate, St. George, marked D within a on left shoulder and has country marks on breasts, belly, and back. 9/19 19 See also CUDJOE, a Papa, to Mr. JOSEPH FLIGNY, marked M A with other letters not plain, on his stomach. 10/8

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130 J AMES, alias GALE a creole, to Mr. STEWART, Rock River Plantation, St. Mary, mark not plain on both shoulders, and has a film on his left eye. 9/21 JAMES, a Moco to Mr. JOSEPH BARNET mark not plain on both shoulders. 9/21 FRANKY, a creole, to Miss KITT Y HANKS St. Mary, no brand mark, has lost two of her upper front teeth. 9/21 TOM, a creole, formerly to Mr. WILLIAMS but now to Mr. ROSEBERRY Hazard, St. Mary, marked with J M between, on right shoulder, has lost two of his upper front teeth. 9/21 CHARLES, a Mundingo, to WILLIAM CALDWELL, Esq., marked I G on both shoulders, has country marks on his face. 9/23 CHARLES, a creole, a brown man, no brandmark, to Mr. JACOB AARON. 9/23 PRUE, a Mungola to Mr. MANFRANCHWAY, no brandmark. 9/25 FANNY, a creole, to Miss ELEANOR GARDNER marked R H on left shoulder, and has lost one of her upper front teeth. 9/25 PATIENCE, a Mundingo to Mr. DENNIS Spanish Town, marked R R on right shoulder, and I C D on top, and C R above the D on both breasts. 9/25 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. DUNCAN McF ARLANE Hog Hole Estate, marked W F on right and with D W F on left shoulder. 9/25 ABBA, a Mundingo, to JAMES WILLASEY Esq., Orchard Plantation, Port Royal Mountains, marked I W between, and O on top, on right shoulder, has country marks on her face; committed to the Asylum. 9/27 SIMON, a Nago to the Hon. SIMON TAYLOR dec., Lyssons Estate, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/27 CHARLOTTE, an Eboe to Mr. JOSEPH ALLEN marked S with another letter, not plain, on both shoulders. 9/27 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN BEAN, no brandmark, has lost two of his upper front teeth, and his left le g is sore. 9/27 SARAH, alias BESSY an Eboe to Mr. WILL IAMS Ginger Hill, no brandmark. 10/1 MARY, a creole, to Mr. MANNING, marked W W on right shoulder, has a scar on her right leg. 10/1

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131 JEAN BAPTISTE, a creole of New Orleans, pretends to be free, but can produce no evidence thereof, mark not plain on rig ht shoulder, has lost two of his upper front teeth; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 10/3 MARK, an Eboe to Mr. JACKSON, Halfway Tree, no brandmark, has country marks on both temples. 10/3 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. KIETH Scot Plantation, marked I K between, on right breast, and not plain on right shoulder, has lost most of his upper front teeth, and has a sore on his right foot. 10/8 QUAMIN, a creole, formerly to Mr. HARRIS but now to Mr. KELLER Maverly Estate, St. Andrew, no brandmark, has a s ore on his left foot; committed to the Asylum. 10/8 QUASHIE, a creole, to THOMAS KELLERMAN Esq., Bloxburgh, Port Royal mountains, no brandmark. 10/9 JACK SPENCER, a creole, to Mr. HENRY, now says to Miss ANN SAUNDERS Port Maria, no brandmark. 10/9 S AMBO, a Congo to DAWKIN s Caymanas, marked H D, on top, on both shoulders, and has the same mark on right cheek. 10/10 ROBERT, a creole, to Miss KITTY CROSSLEY, no brandmark, has a bump under his left shoulder. 10/12 JULY, a Mungola to JAMES WILLASEY, Esq., Orchard Plantation, Port Royal mountains mark not plain on shoulder. 10/12 BOB, a Moco to JAMES WARREN, Somerset, marked I W on left shoulder. 10/12 ADMIRAL, a Mundingo to Papine Estate, no brandmark. 10/14 KITTY, a Mungola to Belvidere Estate, marked I B or I R F aside of it, on left s houlder. 10/14 SARAH, a Congo, to JAMES MORRISON, Spring Valley, St. Ann, mark not plain on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 MARY, a creole, to JOHN McL EOD, LaurenceField Penn, marked W H on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 PHOEBE, a creole, to JOHN HANSON, Salt Ponds, no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 SARAH, a creole, to Mr. BURROW marked I S on both shoulders; sent in from Fort Augusta.

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132 10/15 LUCY, a creole, to JANE PENARD, Spanish Town, marked E C on rig ht, and E C not plain, on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 FABBY, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS MILLWARD, Spanish Town, no brand mark, has lost two of his upper front teeth, and has a sore on his right leg; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 NANC Y, a Coromantee to Mr. JAMES HUCHINSON, Guy Hill, St. Catherine, marked B V on left, and C B on right shoulder, and has the same marks on left cheek; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 ELIZA, a Mungola to Miss FANNY ROBERTSON, marked M C W B with a on top, on right, and same mark, not plain, on left shoulder; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 GIFT, a Mungola to Miss JANE VERNALL no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 MARY, a Mundingo, to Mr. JAMES KERR marked A H reversed, on left shoulde r; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/15 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT MORGAN, Radnor Plantation, brandmark. 10/15 CHARLES, an Eboe to Mr. LEVY Port Royal, no brandmark, has a sore on his right leg. 10/16 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. WILLIAM YOUNG no brandmark, the whole of his left side is dead [paralyzed]. 10/16 FRANK, a Mungola to Colonel SMITH Port Royal, no brandmark, has lost one of his upper front teeth. 10/18 DUKE, an Eboe to Mr. THOMAS MILLWARD, Riverhead, marked T M on both shoulders. 10/18 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. HENRY MITCHELL a mason, Ogle Plantation, Clarendon, mark not plain on both shoulders, has lost some of his upper teeth. 10/19 JANE, a creole, to Mr. LOGAN, no brandmark, has lost one of her upper front teeth. 10/25 DOLLY, an Eboe to ROBERT McC LELLAND Esq., no brandmark. 10/25 CARPENTER, a Mundingo, to Mr. BULL marked E B on right shoulder, and has country marks on his face. 10/26 JONES, a Moco to the estate of Mr. HAWES Content Plantation, St. Andrew, marked D with anothe r letter not plain, on left shoulder. 10/26

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133 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mr. BLAKE Morant Bay, mark not plain on right shoulder. 10/27 DIANA, a creole, to Mr. GEORGE LEISLE St. Mary, marked R S on right shoulder. 10/29 SYLVIA, a creole, to Mr. R. L. ROWE no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/30 ARSINE, an Eboe to Mr. CHARLES MACNEAL no brandmark, has lost one of her upper front teeth; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/30 MARGARET, a Mungola to MARY DAWSON, no brandmark; sent in from Fort Augusta. 10/30 SUSANNA MARTOON, a French creole, to Mr. ROBERTSON, dec., St. Toolie s Estate, marked D R on right cheek, and mark not plain on both breasts and shoulders, and has a sore on his [sic] right leg. 11/1 BOB, a brown man, to MOSES BRAVO, marked M B on right, and has a scar on left shoulder. 11/2 MIMBA, a creole, to Papine Estate, St. Andrew, no brandmark, has lost two of her upper and lower front teeth. 11/2 SAMPSON, a Nago to Mr. SMELLIE Fairfield, mark no plain on right shoulder. 11/4 JOHN, an E boe to Mr. ALBERGA Cocoa Walk, no brandmark, has country marks on his face and forehead. 11/4 ADAM, a creole, to Seaman s Valley Estate, no brandmark. 11/4 JOHN, a Congo, to JOHN HAZELL Panron Hill, mark not plain on both shoulders. 11/7 BACCHUS, a Chamba to the estate of RICHARD WELLS dec., no brandmark, his left arm is ulcerated, and has a sore on his right ankle. 11/7 THOMAS, a Congo, to ROBERT MUNRO, Morant Bay, marked R M I C below, on left and A M N with R M on top, and I C below, on rig ht shoulder, and I C on both breasts. 11/2 LAMON, a Congo to JOE FARLEY, Clarendon, marked M K on top, on left shoulder, and has lost two of her lower front teeth; sent in from Fort Augusta. 11/10 NANCY, a Mungola to Miss MARY HALL now says to Mr. HORNE marked P M on both shoulders, and has lost one of her upper front teeth; sent in from Fort Augusta. 11/10 TOMMY, a creole, says that the Hon. GEORGE KINGHORN is his trustee, and pretends to be

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134 free but can produce no evidence thereof, mark not plain on left shoulder; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 11/13 Morant Bay Workhouse 1816. [CC] PRESENT, a Congo, to Aeolus Valley Estate, St. David, mark on right shoulder not plain. 1/8 LONDON, a creole, to Mr. JAMES HUNTER supervisor of the Trelawny Workhouse, marked R R, on top, on left shoulder. 1/9 THOMAS, a creole boy, to Miss BETTY McC ALL Kingston. 1/12 TOM, a Coromantee to Mr. WALKER Bellair or Bell Clear coffee plantation. 1/26 PLUNKETT, a Congo to Mr. TAYLOR Spanish Town, marked S B between, on both shoulders. 2/1 HAMLET, a creole, to Lucky Valley Estate, Port Royal Mountain, marked apparently 8 on right shoulder. 2/3 ELIZABETH, a creole, to the estate of Mr. DUNN, dec., John Mais, Esq., Kingston, her trustee; she appears to be in a state of pregnancy. 2/14 WILLIAM, an Angola to Mr. FOX now off the island, or Thomas Brearclifie, Esq., but hired at the wharf of Messrs. Jaques, Laing, & Co., Kingston. 2/20 JAMES, a creole boy, to Mr. PHENIX Hanover St., Kingston. 2/28 JOHN DOBSON, an Angola to Mr. DOBSON, Caltom Penn, near Kingston, marked G I on left shoulder. 2/28 WILSON, an Angola to Windsor Forest Plantation, St. David, marked I P between, and K on top, on left shoulder. 2/29 STEPHEN, a creole boy, to Dr. EDWARDS Top Hill, near Spanish Town, marked apparently H I on both shoulders. 3/17 SAMPSON, a Mundingo to Bowley or Bowland coffee plantation, the property of Mr. SURRUP now off the island, marked C B on top, on both shoulders, marked S H on both breasts. 3/18 HENRY, an Angola to Mr ROBERT WALKER Bell Vue, St. David, marked F M S on right shoulder and right breast. 3/23 GEORGE MUNRO, a creole, to Miss McN IEL a quadroon woman, Fish Pump Street, Kingston,

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135 marked apparently C P on left shoulder, with another mark, not plain, on top, and has the mark of an old sore on his left shin, a little above the ankle; brought in by the Maroons. 4/16 MARY, an Eboe to Miss THOMAS Kingston, marked apparently C F on top, on right shoulder. 4/30 CONTRIVANCE, an Angola to Miss LANDO, Kingston, has severe scars on her back and shoulders. 4/30 JAMES, an Angola to Mr. MONKHOUSE Liguanea, marked R C on right shoulder. 5/11 JAMES EDWARD, a creole, says he is by trade a tailor, and pretends he is free, but cannot produce any evidence thereof. 5/11 HENRY, an Angola says he formerly belonged to Mr. CROSS but now to the estate of Mr. DARBY, dec., who lived on a sugar plantation near Old Harbour, marked C C on breasts. 5/13 GRACEY, a Chamba formerly to Mr. BURKE Black River, but now to the above estate [Mr. DARBY, dec., Old Harbour], marked H B in one, and a on top, on both shoulders. 5/13 WASHINGTON, to Hopewell coffee plantation, in Port Royal mountains, Mr. CLARK is his trustee, marked C R H on top, on both shoulders. 5/22 FANNY, an Eboe has a female CHILD with her of about 18 months old, to Mr. DALLAS Prospect Hill coffee plantation, Port Royal mountains. 5/24 TOM, a Congo, formerly to Mr. CODRINGTON, but now to Mrs. ORGILL Windsor, Portland. 5/28 TOM, a Mundingo, to Mr. McW HINNEY a carpenter, Spring Garden Estate, Portland, has country marks on his face. 6/13 HERO, an Angola to Belle Vue coffee plantation, Port Royal mountains, the property of Mrs. STRUPAR marked M F S on right breast and shoulder. 6/18 HANNIBAL, an Angola to Be lle Vue coffee plantation, Port Royal Mountains, the property of Mrs. STRUPAR marked M F S on left shoulder. 6/18 MARY, [alias ABBA ],20 an Eboe to MARY TAYLOR a black woman, Princess Street, Kingston, marked T on left shoulder, and has an ulcer on her ri ght leg. 6/19 JAMES BAYLY, a creole, to Mr. SMART but is hired to Mr. ROBINSON a wharfinger in Kingston, marked S D C on top, on right shoulder. 6/26 20 Now calls herself ABBA; see entry for 7/4

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136 TOM, a Congo, to SAMUEL CLARK a black man, Kingston. 7/1 PITT, an Angola to Mr. WALKER St. David, m ark not plain on right shoulder. 7/6 APRIL, a creole, to Mr. RAE Richmond Plantation, Port Royal mountains, marked apparently with A Y on right shoulder. 7/13 JUNO, a creole, formerly to Llandewy Plantation, St. David, but now to Mr. WALL a carpenter, P eterfield Plantation, St. Mary. 7/22 MARY, an Angola to Miss KITTY BURKE at Mr. Wood s penn, near Kingston, marked T F between, on left shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 7/26 PATIENCE, an Angola to Miss BARBARA Kingston, marked I C on both shoulders, and I B on right breast. 8/7 RACHEL, an Angola says she belongs to Dr. LUDFORD, near Chesterfield Estate, Vere, ma rked with B B, C C on top, on left shoulder and has been a runaway upwards of three years. 8/10 JACK, a Mundingo, to Mr. QUINLAN St. George, marked H R in one, G Q and L B on top, on right, and B D on left shoulder. 8/10 MONEY, a Mungola to Messrs. BO GLES & C O ., Kingston. 8/13 BEN, an Angola to River Head Estate, St. David, marked apparently H L in one, on right, and mark not plain on left cheek. 8/19 FORTUNE, an Eboe to HENRY HEWITT a person of colour, Port Royal. 8/20 JOHN, a creole, says he bel ongs to Somerset Plantation, Liguanea, that his master is dead, and the property sold to Dr. GORDON. 8/24 JULY, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. DAVIES Spanish Town. 10/2 JOHN, a native of Curacao, says he belong to the estate of a Mr. THOMAS and tha t Mr. Saunderson is his trustee, marked T V on left, and apparently G.T. G.T. on top, on right shoulder. 10/14 ROBERT, a creole, to Somerset Plantation, Liguanea. 10/16 ADAM, a creole boy, to Mr. JOSEPH WATT Plantain Garden River Estate. 10/20 RAMSAY, a Moco to Something Plantation, Port Royal mountains, marked I B on right

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137 shoulder. 10/24 BESSY, an Eboe to Mr. WHITE Hopewell Plantation, near Dry River. 10/29 EBENEZER, a Coromantee, to Mr. DUNKERLEY, Kingston. 10/31 JOHN GRAY, an American [ creole], and apparently a sambo, he pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof. 11/4 CAESAR, a creole, to H. I. HALL Esq., Kingston. 11/8 DAVIE, a Moco to Pam Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, mark on left shoulder not plain. 11/10 Portland Workhouse 1816. [CC] BESSY, a creole, and her child LOUISA, says she belongs to Mr. GRAY, Virgin Valley, marked apparently C G G on left shoulder, and P on right. 1/9 TOM, a Congo, says he belongs to to the estate of JOHN CHRISTIE Trelawny, marked I C on ri ght shoulder. 2/12 CUFFEE, a creole, to MARY ANN BROWN, Kingston, marked M H on right shoulder. 3/4 ELIZABETH, a creole, to GEORGE H. COSSENS Esq., no brandmark. 3/4 SMALL, a Mundingo, to the estate of Dr. CLARKE St. Thomas in the East, no brandmark 3/5 MARY RICHARDS, a creole, says he was born free, that her mother s name is Cecelia Brown, and that she lives at Happy Return a coffee plantation on Guy s Hill, in St. Mary, the property of Mrs. Phoebe Allan, a sambo woman; that her father is a sambo man named George Cuthbert Moore, a blacksmith at Old Harbour Market, and that she was sold out of the St. George Workhouse last year to Mr. JAMES GISCOME ; marked I G on right shoulder. 3/16 REBECCA WILLIAMS, a creole, a sambo, says she belongs to her grandmother, SARAH WALKER a brown woman, Kingston. 3/16 JOHN GEORGE, a creole, says he formerly belonged to Miss MAY McB EAN, now to Mr. LAIGN both of Kingston, marked L C D on top, and L R above the D, on both shoulders. 4/18 QUASHIE, alias PETER an Eboe says he belongs to HUGH FRASER Esq., Spanish Town, marked on right shoulder, and other marks, not plain. 4/18 BESSY, a Mungola to Mr. BELL St. Thomas in the East, marked C H on both shoulders. 5/1 WILLIAM EDWARDS, a Mundingo, says he formerly belonge d to Richmond Hill coffee

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138 plantation, St. Thomas in the Vale, the property of Mr. BLACKBURN and pretends he is now free, but can produce no evidence thereof; marked R H on left, and R H sideways, on right shoulder. 5/13 RICHARD SMALL, [ creole], says he w as born at the Mosquito Shore, and that he belongs to SARAH LIBERT a woman of colour, Montego Bay, marked A W on right shoulder. 5/15 VANTRUMP, or ANDRUMP a Moco to Green Vale Plantation, St. George, marked apparently with D [upside down, reversed] on r ight shoulder, and has country marks on his face and back. 5/18 BILLY, a Mungola to Mr. LOGAN, Port Morant, or Morant Bay, no brand mark, has country marks on his breast. 5/22 STEPHEN MORGAN, a creole, says his mother Bettey Stewart belonged to Mr. DICK SON long since deceased, as he has heard, and that Mr. Stephen Minot knows him to be free, no mark, and by trade a carpenter. 6/4 CHARLES WILLIAM BRYAN, a creole, says he is brother to Stephen Morgan, and gives a similar account of himself [as above], no mark, and by trade a carpenter. 6/4 ELIZABETH HARDY, a quadroon, and her child named REBECCA, no brandmark, pitted with the smallpox, and pretends to be free, but can produce no evidence thereof. 7/2 BOB, a creole, pretends to be free, but can produce no evidence thereof, marked N on left, and with A G on right shoulder. 7/15 SMALL, a Mundingo, to DONALD McL EOD, St. George, marked W H on both shoulders. 9/9 NANCY, a Coromantee to CHARLES BERNARD, Esq., no brandmark. 10/22 SPENCER, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. HARRIS Kingston, marked FTGH on right shoulder. 11/5 Port Royal Workhouse 1816. [CC] ROSE, a creole, says she belongs to Miss KITTY BROWN, Kingston, no brandmark, yellow complexion. 1/30 MARY MOW, a creole, says she belongs to Mr. SOLOMON FLASH, Kingston, no brand mark. 2/7 ROBERT, an Eboe to CHARLES GRANT Esq., Kingston, marked M B in one, on right shoulder. 2/11

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139 GEORGE, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. WILSON Kingston, marked G E on left jaw, and I T on left breast, marks of flogging on shoulders. 2/15 DELIA, an Eboe says she formerly belonged to Miss WEBBER Kingston, no mark. 2/15 CORDELIA, an Eboe to Mr. JACOBA, Yaliahs Bay, mark on left shoulder not plain, country marks on breast, yellow complexion. 2/28 ROSEY, a c reole, to JOHN NAILOR Shenton Estate, near Bog Walk, St. Mary, marked N O on top, not plain, on left shoulder. 3/7 BOB, a creole, says he belongs to a Mr. TURNER a brown man in Kingston, no mark. 4/2 LOVE, an Eboe to a Miss FRENCH Rock Spring, St. Ma ry, has country marks on her forehead. 4/19 ADAM, a creole, to Castile Fort Penn. 5/14 DUNCAN, a Portuguese Congo, to Mr. SHEPHERD, Water Mount, marked I S on right shoulder. 5/20 PHOEBE, a creole, to Miss ROSETTA Kingston. 5/28 ALLICK, a Mungola t o Mr. OGILVIE Langley Estate, near Port Maria, no mark, has lost one of his upper front teeth. 6/3 JOHN CLUTSAM, a mulatto creole of New Providence, to Capt. CLUTSAM New Providence, no mark, has a cut on his knee. 6/6 STEPHEN, a mulatto creole boy, to F. SMITH Esq., Spanish Town, no mark, has a burn on his left thigh, occasioned by gunpowder. 6/10 MILLY, a mulatto creole girl, to Mrs. BIGGY CORDOZA, Kingston, no mark. 6/11 RICHARD, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. LAIR River Head, Walks, and that the Hon. Mr. Shand is Attorney for the property, no mark. 6/13 SARAH, an Eboe to Mr. SPENCER Kingston, has country marks on her back and face. 6/14 ANN, a creole, to Simpson Penn, St. Catherine, no mark; she is far advanced in pregnancy. 6/14 MARY MARTHA, a Congo to an Officer of the 7th West India regiment, who she says is dead, no mark. 6/14 HARRIETT, a Mungola to HENRY SWABY, Kingston; Robert Graham, Esq., is her attorney,

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140 marked F D [upside down], below, on right shoulder. 7/11 JAMES, a mulatto to Mr. ARTHUR BEER Duff Hall Estate, no mark. 7/12 CAMILLA, an Eboe to Mr. WILSON Kingston, marked W H W on top, on right, and W H on top, on left shoulder, and has lost one of her upper front teeth. 7/13 LUCY, a Cago [sic], to Mrs. STROGLE Wa ter Castle, St. Mary, marked apparently A H on top on both shoulders. 7/18 JOSEPH, a creole, to Mrs. ISLAND Spanish Town, no mark. 7/31 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. NEWLAND, Anotto Bay, marked apparently B L [upside down] on both shoulders. 9/2 TOM, a Congo, to Mr. WILLIAM JACKSON, Falmouth, mark on right shoulder not plain. 9/10 MICHAEL, a creole, no mark, has a scar under his right eye, to Mrs. ECTOR Kingston. 9/22 ALICK, a Mungola to Mr. WEATHERALL Charles Town, marked W B in one, on right shoulder. 10/2 HARRY, a Mungola to Mr. MUIR Kingston, no mark. 10/16 SAMMY, alias SAM DIXON, a creole, to Mr. R. L. ROWE Kingston, no mark. 10/25 St. Andrew Workhouse 1816. [CC] MICHAEL, a creole, to Mr. BULL Kingston, no mark. 1/2 CHARLOTTE, a Mungo la and child EDWARD, to Mr. BAILEY marked A G S on left shoulder. 1/2 ROSANNA, a Mundingo to Messrs. BLAIR and CAMPBELL, mark not plain. 1/2 GOODLUCK, an Eboe to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., no mark. 1/4 CHARLOTTE, an Eboe to Mr. BARTINDALE a scar on le ft breast. 1/4 PROVIDENCE, a Mundingo, to Mr. BARTINDALE mark not plain. 1/4 CAROLINE, a creole, to N. LECHMER Esq., no mark 1/5 MARCH, a Chamba to Mr. RAY, no mark. 1/6

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141 JOHN, says he does not remember his country s name, to Mr. CERF marked B C on top, on left, and C on right shoulder. 1/6 JOE, a Mundingo, to Petersfield coffee plantation, has country marks on his face. 1/10 COX, a Mundingo, to Messrs. INGLIS and MILLS no brandmark. 1/15 HARRY, an Eboe to Dr. FOULKES no brandmark. 1/20 HANNAH, an Eboe to ZACHARIAH DALY mark on right shoulder not plain. 1/31 DUNCAN, a Moco to Dallas Castle, no mark. 1/31 CHARLES, a Mungola to Mr. ARBOUIN, country marks on both shoulders. 2/1 JOEL, a Mungola to Mr. GOOLIN, mark not plain. 2/3 FORTUNE a Moco to Mr. GOOLIN scars on both shoulders. 2/321 JOHN, an Eboe to Mons. BRANCOERAUD, mark on left shoulder not plain. 2/4 CHARLES, a Coromantee to Mr. JACKSON, Kingston, marked J R I on both shoulders. 2/6 BESSY, a creole, to Miss NANCY ELLIOT marked G C on left shoulder and C on right. 2/9 BRUTUS, a creole, to Esher Estate, marked W on left, and a scar on both shoulders. 2/12 MEREDIN, a Mungola to Mr. TANNER scar on both shoulders. 2/13 HECTOR, a Coromantee to Dr. McD ERMOTT, marked P on l eft shoulder. 2/13 YORK, a Mungola to Dr. McD ERMOTT, marked N D in one, on left shoulder. 2/13 BESSY, a Mungola McD ERMOTT, to Mrs. LEE no brandmark. 2/15 JASPER, a creole, to Mr. CHAMBERLAIN, no brandmark. 2/15 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. WARD, mark ed T T on right, and has a scar on left shoulder. 2/15 NANCY, an Eboe to Mr. COOK, no mark. 2/21 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT HUNTER marked H H on both shoulders. 2/21 21 See also FORTUNE, a Moco to Mr. GOWLIN, mark not plain on both sho ulders. 8/13

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142 GIFT, a Mungola to Miss BONNER no mark. 2/24 CHARLEY, a Mungola to Mr. LEVY marked W on left shoulder, and W on left breast. 2/24 LIVERPOOL, a Mungola to Mr. CHAMBERLAIN marked I on left shoulder. 2/25 JOHN, a creole, to Dr. CUNHA, Kingston, no mark. 2/26 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. ADAMS Kingston, no mark. 2/26 RICHARD, a cr eole, to Miss MORGAN, no mark. 2/26 ROSANNA, a creole, to Madame SOPHIE no mark. 2/26 TOM, an Eboe to Miss WHITE Spanish Town, no mark. 2/27 ELIZA, an Eboe to Miss WHITE Spanish Town, no mark. 2/27 GEORGE, a creole, to MOLLY BOYLES no mark. 2/29 JANE, a creole, to Mr. McI NTOSH, marked W I on both shoulders. 3/2 PAUL, a Coromantee to Mr. FEGAN marked O on both shoulders. 3/6 SANDY, a Mundingo, to Mr. SANDERSON, marked W on both shoulders. 3/6 TOBY, a Mungola to Miss WHITE no mark. 3/6 CHAR LES, a creole, to Mr. USHER no mark. 3/13 BILLY, a Mundingo, to Mr. BENNET, no mark. 3/13 JAMES, a Moco to Mr. MYER marked X on both breasts. 3/14 ELSEY, an Eboe to Mr. JOPP no mark. 3/18 JOSEPH, a Coromantee to Capt. WILLIAMS no mark. 3/18 BOA TSWAIN, a Congo to DAVID DOW St. Mary, no mark, and had several letters, directed to Mr. Dow, in his possession. 3/19 WILLIAM, a Moco to the estate of ROBERT HAMILTON Esq., dec. 3/20 PATIENCE, a creole, to Mr. CLARK no mark. 3/21

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143 CHARLOTTE, a creol e to Mr. WARREN no mark. 3/21 MARY ANN, a creole, to Mr. FRASER no mark. 3/21 FRANCIS, a creole, to Mr. ADOLPHUS no mark. 3/23 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. ISRAEL no mark. 3/23 PRUDENCE, a creole, to Mr. ARCHER no mark. 3/23 HENRY, a Moco to Mr. WHEE LER no mark. 3/23 MACASS, a Congo, to Mr. REBINETT, marked C H on left shoulder. 3/26 JAMES, a creole, to Miss MENZIES no mark. 3/27 TOM, a creole, to Mr. LINDO, no mark. 3/27 PATIENCE, a Mungola to Mr. TREMBLE, no mark. 3/27 CHARLOTTE, a Wakee, to Mr. HYDEN, no mark. 3/27 NELSON, a Moco to Mr. RICHARDS has country marks on his temples. 3/27 RALPH, a Congo to Mr. WATSON, mark not plain on left shoulder. 4/4 NEPTUNE, a Mungola to Miss JANE HARRIS marked I S on both shoulders. 4/10 CHARLES, a n Eboe to Mr. WALKER no mark. 4/13 MARYANN, a creole, to Miss MARTIN no mark. 4/15 SIMON, a Congo, to Mr. WILSON mark not plain on right shoulder. 4/15 CUDJOE, a creole, to Miss SARAH GRANT scars on shoulders. 4/18 JOE, a Chamba to Mr. HARRISON, marked T M on both shoulders. 4/18 JAMES, an Eboe to ROBERT TAYLOR marked G B on left and I S on right shoulder. 4/18 GEORGE, a creole, to the estate of JACOB STAMPS Esq., dec., no mark. 4/22 RICHARD, a creole, to ROBERT SILVERA no mark. 4/22 CHAR LES, a creole, to Miss HILL no mark. 4/22

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144 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. LEWIS no mark. 4/26 DUNDAS, a Mungola to Mr. GRAHAM marked W B on right shoulder. 4/29 JOHN, a Mungola to Papine Estate, marked I W on both shoulders. 4/29 SAM, a creole, to Mr. WR IGHT no mark. 4/29 GILL BLAS, a creole, to ANTHONY PLUMMER no mark. 4/30 JACK, a creole, to Mr. WAUGH no mark. 4/30 ABRAHAM, an Eboe to Mr. WRIGHT no mark. 4/30 JACK, a creole, to Mr. HENRY, marked S C on right shoulder. 4/30 MARY ANN, a Congo to Mr. WILLIAMS marked C W on both shoulders. 5/1 JEMMY, a creole, to Papine Estate, no mark. 5/6 DUBOIS, a creole, to Madame FRASER no mark. 5/6 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. BEEN no mark. 5/6 FRANK, an Eboe to Mr. MINOR marked M on right shoulder. 5/7 ANDREW, a creole, to Mr. DAVIS no mark. 5/7 JENNY, a creole, to Madame JEMICO no mark. 5/9 WILL, a Moco to Dallas Castle, country marks on right breast. 5/13 VENUS, a Coromantee to Mr. FINNAN, mark not plain on right shoulder. 5/14 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. McG OWAN, no mark. 5/17 CHARLES, a Congo to R. HAMILTON, marked R H on both shoulders. 5/18 JOYCE, a Coromantee to Maverly Estate, no mark. 5/18 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. RITCHSE no mark. 5/21 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. DALHOUSE no mark. 5/21

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145 JA MES, a creole, to Dr. MENSES no mark. 5/21 BAKER, a creole, to Mr. LINDO marked B and A S on both shoulders. 5/22 FRIDAY, a creole, to Mr. PATEY no mark. 5/22 YORK, an Eboe to Mr. SHELLY no mark. 5/25 ROSE, a creole, to Mr. FALCONER no mark. 5/28 EDWIN, a Congo, to Seaman s Valley Estate, has country marks on both shoulders. 5/28 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. LYDE no mark. 5/30 HANDY, a Congo, to Mr. McG OWAN, marked McG on left shoulder. 6/1 SIMON, a Mungola to Mr. JONES mark not plain on left shoulder. 6/3 NELLY, a Congo says her owner is dead, who was Mr. ROSS 6/3 SIMON, a Mungola to Mr. JOY, mark not plain on left shoulder. 6/3 ENDEAVOUR, a Moco to Messrs. WALKER and BIGGAR marked I M on right shoulder. 6/7 JOE, a Mundingo, to Mr. STEE L no mark. 6/7 EVE, a Nago to Miss SADLER marked I W on right shoulder. 6/8 LUCY, a creole, to Mr. RIEUSSETT, no mark. 6/10 JAMES, a Moco to Mr. POWNALL marked W L on right shoulder. 6/11 SANDY, a Mungola to Messrs. WALKER and BIGGAR no mark. 6/ 11 HENRY, a Papa, to Mr. STANLEY no mark. 6/11 ABBA, an Eboe to Mr. SMART no mark. 6/11 THOMAS, a Mungola to Mr. QUINLAN marked G G, S on top, left shoulder. 6/11 ENGLAND, an Eboe to Mr. CHISHOLM mark not plain on right shoulder. 6/12 JOHN, a M oco to Mr. SHAND, marked I B on left, and mark not plain on right shoulder. 6/12 ANDREW, an Eboe to Mr. RAE 6/13

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146 TOM, a Mungola to Mons. ROBERTEAU marked J A on right shoulder. 6/13 HEIRO, an Eboe to Mr. PEPREY no mark. 6/13 PRUDENCE, a creole, to Mr. ARCHER no mark. 6/13 SAM, a Coromantee to Mr. LECHMERE, marked N L on left shoulder. 6/13 TOM, a creole, to Mr. OGILVIE no mark. 6/13 PRUDENCE, a creole, to Mr. AUSTIN, marked I A on right shoulder. 6/15 JAMES, a creole, to Miss FANNY JANE no mark. 6/17 SALLY, a creole, to Mrs. AARON, no mark. 6/19 ROSE, a French [ creole] woman, to Mr. FINNEY no mark. 6/19 JACK, a Mungola to JACOB ADOLPHUS has country marks on his breast. 6/19 ISABELLA, a creole, to Mr. RICHARD SHREYER no mark. 6/20 CUPID, an Eboe to Mr. CHAMBERLAIN, marked S and M B in one, on right shoulder. 6/22 CHARLES, a creole, to JAMES COCKBURN, Esq., no mark. 6/22 BRISTER, an Eboe to Mr. WILLIS has country marks on his breast and belly. 6/25 HAMILTON, a Nago to Greenwi ch Hill, marked N T on right shoulder. 6/25 TOM KING, a Mundingo, to Messrs. BOGLES & C O ., no mark. 6/25 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. WEIR no mark. 6/25 ROBERT, a Moco to Mr. McI NTYRE marked M I on right shoulder. 6/25 JOHN, a creole, to Miss BETSEY no ma rk. 6/26 PITT, a Mungola to Mr. LYNCH no mark. 7/1 GEORGE, a creole, to Aleppo Estate, marked A C on both shoulders. 7/2 BEN, a creole, to Aleppo Estate, marked A C on both shoulders. 7/2

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147 MURPHY, a Mundingo, to Lucky Valley, Port Royal, has country m arks on his left shoulder. 7/2 VENUS, a Coromantee to Miss FINNAN, mark not plain on right shoulder. 7/2 HAMLET, a creole, to Waterhouse Estate, no mark. 7/3 GRACE, a creole, to Mr. FILITE, mark not plain on right shoulder. 7/8 MORGAN, an Eboe to Mr. TADUS no mark. 7/9 JACK, a creole, to Harker s Hill, no mark. 7/10 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. TAYLOR no mark. 7/11 MORRIS, a Mundingo, to Mr. LYNCH. 7/12 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. LEWIS no mark. 7/16 ROMEO, a Mundingo, to Mr. PHIPPS, no mark. 7/16 SUSANNA, a Mundingo to Mr. WILSON marked M D on right shoulder. 7/16 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. LEWIS mark not plain on right shoulder. 7/17 SUSANNA, a Moco to Mr. MACKLE marked W M between on right shoulder. 7/17 NED, a Mungola to Mr. POWNAIL no mark. 7/17 MARIA, a creole, to Miss BROWN 7/19 CASTILLO, a creole, to CHAMBERLAINE 7/19 ADAM, a creole, to Mr. BROWN marked S W on right shoulder. 7/20 JOE, an Eboe to Mr. HALL mark not plain on left shoulder. 7/22 ADAM, a creole, to Mr. EDWAR DS no mark. 7/22 MARCUS, a Congo, to Mr. ROBINETTE marked C H on left shoulder. 7/23 WELCOME, a Mungola to Mr. BARNETT has country marks on his breasts. 7/23 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Mr. CERF marked B C on top, on left shoulder. 7/23 HUGHES, a Mungol a to ROBERT CHAMBERLAINE Esq., mark not plain on both shoulders.

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148 7/23 LEAH, a creole, to ROBERT CHAMBERLAINE Esq., no mark. 7/23 BETSEY, a creole, to Mr. ALLEN 7/23 ESTHER, a creole, to Miss PATTY WHITE. 7/23 JACK, a Mungola to CHARLOTTE CASTLE no mark. 7/23 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mr. PIDNOX. 7/26 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss WILSON 7/30 DUKE, a Congo to Mr. DONALDSON. 7/30 EVE, a Mungola to Miss FINN no mark. 8/3 KITTY, an Eboe to Mr. CONCANNON, no mark. 8/3 ELIZABETH, a creole, to Mr. A IKEN no mark. 8/7 NELSON, a Mungola to Papine Estate, marked I W on both shoulders. 8/8 POLLY, a Congo, to Mr. DUKE marked S H on right shoulder. 8/8 PHOENIX, a Wawee, to Dallas Castle, mark not plain on right shoulder. 8/10 JOHN, a Moco to Golden Spring Estate, no mark. 8/10 ELEANOR, a creole, to Miss SALLY DAVIS no mark. 8/13 BILLY, a Congo to Mr. HAY, marked I M on both shoulders. 8/12 FRANK, a creole, to Mr. MAIN no mark. 8/17 GEORGE, a Coromantee to Mr. BOYD, marked R F on right shoulde r. 8/20 JOHN, a creole, to JOHN HIND, no mark. 8/22 WILLIAM, a creole, to the Pleasant Hill Estate, no mark. 8/23 CUFFEE, a Mungola to Mr. CHAMBERLAINE marked R C on left shoulder and both breasts. 8/23

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149 MOLLY, a Mungola to Mr. DELISSER marked S D on right shoulder. 8/23 ROBERT YUELL, a Mundingo, to the Hon. GEORGE KINGHORN, mark not plain on right shoulder. 8/23 LUCINDA, a creole, to CHARLOTTE ALLEN marked M D in one, on left shoulder. 8/27 HARRY, a Chamba to WILLIAM BURT WRIGHT Esq., marked A C on right shoulder. 8/28 BETSEY, a creole, to Mr. SMALLWOOD, no mark. 8/29 RICHARD, a Papa, to Mr. JOPP mark not plain on both shoulders. 8/29 LEWIS, a Mundingo, to Mr. McL EOD, no mark. 9/3 EDWARD, an Eboe to Mr. LINDO. 9/4 ROBERT, a creole, to Su rgeon FARIAS marked I L on left shoulder. 9/4 ISABELLA, a creole, to RICHARD SHREYER no mark. 9/4 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. DICK no mark. 9/4 BESSY, a Mungola to Miss MORRISON, no mark. 9/4 FRANKY, an Eboe to Mr. TAYLOR no mark. 9/4 GEORGE PETERSO N, a creole, pretends to be free, but can produce no evidence thereof. 9/4 JOHN DAVIS, a creole, to Mr. DAVIS 9/4 LUCRETIA, a creole, to Mr. BAGNOLD, marked L F on right shoulder. 9/5 DUBLIN, a Mungola to Mr. STEEL marked on both shoulders not plain. 9/6 SUSANNA, a Mundingo to the Hon. SIMON TAYLOR dec., mark on both shoulders not plain. 9/7 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. RITCHIE no mark. 9/7 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. RUSSELL mark on left shoulder not plain. 9/7 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. PINNOCK, no ma rk. 9/10 GOODLUCK, a creole, to Mr. STEWART, no mark. 9/10

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150 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. McG WINN mark on both shoulders not plain. 9/10 LUCKY, a creole, to Mr. QUINLAN marked S M on both shoulders. 9/10 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. LYNCH, no mark. 9/11 TOM, a creole, to Mr. J. HENRIQUES mark on left shoulder not plain. 9/11 LIVERPOOL, a Mundingo, to Miss FRANCIS marked I T on right shoulder. 9/11 DUCKY, a creole, to Mr. FRASER no mark. 9/11 ELIZABETH, a creole, formerly to LEWIS no mark. 9/11 DOLLY, a creole, to Mr. DELPRATT marked T H on right shoulder. 9/12 PORT ROYAL, a Papa to Mr. FRANK, marked W F on right shoulder. 9/13 NELLY, a Moco to TURNBULL no mark. 9/18 FANNY, a Coromantee to Mr. GUTZMER mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/18 BIL LY, a creole, to Mr. ROBERT HUNTER marked R M on both shoulders. 9/19 RICHARD, a Moco to Mr. HIGSON, mark not plain on both shoulders. 9/20 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. ZALRAM mark not plain on left shoulder. 9/21 CHARLEY, a creole, to Miss MENZIES no mark. 9/21 TERRILL, a Congo to Mr. McL EOD, marked R H on left shoulder. 9/22 EBOU CANNON, an Eboe to Mona Estate, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/23 NED, a Mungola to Mr. BAILEY no mark. 9/24 GEORGE, a Mungola to Mr. LEWIS mark not plain on l eft shoulder. 9/25 BRISTOL, a Mungola to Mr. LINDO, no mark. 9/25 HERCULES, a creole, to Mr. BEALE no mark. 9/25 JOHNNY, a creole, to Mr. LINDO, no mark. 9/25

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151 ADAM, an Eboe to Mr. BARNETT no mark. 9/26 PANTON, a creole, to Mr. AUSTIN, no mark. 9/2 6 TOM, a creole, to Mr. GRAHAM, no mark. 9/27 JOHN, a creole, to G. WILLIAMS no mark. 9/27 JANE, a Mungola to Mullet Hall Estate, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/28 ROLLAND, a Mundingo to Mr. O H ARA, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/30 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. WATT marked I S on right shoulder. 9/30 FORTUNE, a Moco to Mr. CAY, mark not plain on right shoulder. 9/30 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. CLARK marked S K on right shoulder. 9/30 CUFFEE, a Congo, to Miss NELLY GOOD, no mark. 10/1 HANNAH, a creole, to Mrs. SCANS no mark. 10/1 SANDY, an Eboe to Mr. DUNCOMB has a large scar on right shoulder. 10/2 EDWARD, a Mungola to Mr. PENDLETON mark not plain on right shoulder. 10/2 SAMPSON, an Eboe to Mr. McG REGOR mark not plain on right shoulder. 10/2 ADAM, an Eboe to Mr. LITTLE marked W on left, and has a scar on right shoulder. 10/3 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. LIVINGSTON, no mark. 10/3 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. RITCHIE no mark. 10/3 FOX, a Congo to Mr. MARSHALL marked E E on right shoul der. 10/2 DIAMOND, a Moco to Mr. E. MARSHALL no mark. 10/8 JAMES, a Congo, to PETER COUTTS marked R G on left shoulder. 10/8 SMITH, a Moco to Mons Estate, marked A E on left shoulder. 10/9 PENNY, a creole, to Miss SALLY DUNCOMB 10/9 MARY, a Mungola to JOHN FOWLES marked ROSE on both shoulders. 10/9

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152 BESSY, a creole, to Mr. CUMMINGS marked C C, on both shoulders. 10/11 NANCY, a creole, to Mr. MATTOCKS no mark. 10/11 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. McB EAN, no mark. 10/11 ALLICK, a creole, to Miss MO RRIS no mark. 10/12 KINGSTON, a Congo, to Mr. TODD, marked H on left shoulder. 10/13 BESSY, a Congo, to GEORGE OLIVER marked C H on right shoulder. 10/13 BALLENTINE, a creole, to JOHN ROWLAND, no mark. 10/15 MARTIN, a Mungola to Mr. GWINNOY, no mark. 10/19 SUSANNA, a Mundingo to Mr. SMART marked I D on right shoulder. 10/19 DANIEL, a Wakee, to Mr. LEAK no mark. 10/23 NANNY, a creole, to Mr. ALLEN no mark. 10/23 PETER, a Nago to Mr. MYERS marked X on both shoulders. 10/23 MYRTILLA, a Wakee to Mr. MYERS marked M on both shoulders. 10/23 BACCHUS, a Moco to Mr. MARSHALL marked E M on left, and M on right shoulder. 10/24 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. MURRAY, no mark. 10/24 NANCY, a creole, to Mr. McD ONALD no mark. 10/25 JUMBO, a Nago to Me ssrs. GRANT & MEEK marked apparently M O on both shoulders; he is a pioneer to the 18th Regiment. 10/26 BOATSWAIN, an Eboe to Mr. WILSON has a scar on his right shoulder. 10/28 STEWART, a creole, to Mr. EWING no mark. 10/28 SOPHY, an Eboe to Mr. LE ON no mark. 10/29 SARAH, a mulatto creole, to Mr. FERGUSON, marked I F between, on right shoulder. 10/29 JOE, a Coromantee to Mr. MARSHALL Morant Bay, no mark. 10/30

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153 JOHN, a Congo, to Mona Estate, mark on right shoulder not plain. 10/30 SUSANNA, a Moco to Miss BROWN marked D on right shoulder. 10/30 MARY, a Mungola to Mr. MALONY, no mark. 11/4 JAMES, a creole, to N. WILLIAMS no mark. 11/4 VENUS, an Eboe to SAMUEL KUCKAHN, marked S K on both shoulders. 11/5 PRINCE, a creole, to Miss NEWLANDS marked E N on left shoulder. 11/5 ROSELIND, a Mundingo, to Madame DOSTRING, no mark. 11/5 WIKA, a Mungola to DAVID DUNCOMB Esq., no mark. 11/7 RODNEY, a Coromantee to Mr. DeF RANK, marked N C on left shoulder. 11/7 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. BOYD no mark. 11/7 BRISCOE, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. WILLASEY no mark. 11/11 ELIZABETH, a mulatto, to JOHN PENNYCK, Esq., no mark. 11/12 NANCY, a creole, to Miss WILLIAMS marked T W between. 11/12 DELIA, an Eboe to Mr. PETER HENRY marked G F c ross between. 11/12 FLORA, a creole, to Miss HALL 11/12 DAVIE, a Chamba, to the Rev. E. MARSHALL mark not plain on right shoulder. 11/12 FRANK, a creole, to Miss ROBINSON, no mark. 11/12 JUPITER, a Chamba, to Dr. BROWN no mark. 11/12 THOMAS, a Mundingo to Madame BRONDEAU, marked G R on right shoulder. 11/19 St. Ann Workhouse 1816. [CC] NEPTUNE, a creole, to T. DUNN, Breezy Hill, no brandmark. 1/8 DIANA, a creole, to J. BAILIE Esq., Falmouth, marked I B on left shoulder, W on right. 1/9

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154 RICHA RD, a creole, to T. CHRISTIE Falmouth, no brandmark. 1/9 PITT, a creole, to Mr. HALE Orange Valley, no brandmark. 1/18 OXFORD, a creole, to Running Gut Estate, St. James, has a cut on his forehead. 1/25 NELL, a creole, to Mr. MURRAY, Knapdale, marke d H M on right shoulder. 2/8 JANUARY, a creole, to Mr. MURRAY, Knapdale, no mark. 2/8 SUKEY, a creole, to Cardiff Estate, St. Mary, marked S D 2/10 DELIA, a Nago to WILLIAM DUNN, Blackheath. 2/17 KING, an Eboe to Mr. DeC ORDOVA. 2/19 TRIAL, to JAMES SMYTH or WILLIAM STEVENSON marked R with another reversed not plain. 4/1 FORTUNE, to R. CUNNINGHAM marked R G on right shoulder. 4/15 TOM, to JAMES TURDY, Trelawny. 4/15 JOHN, a Moco to Mr. COHEN, and was hired to Mr. MARTIN 4/17 LOUISA, a Congo to Mr. WOOD, Trelawny, marked P on both shoulders. 4/28 WILL, an Eboe to HENRY GRAY, Ross Hill, no mark. 5/10 LOUIS, a Congo to Mr. JARVIS of St. Bartholomew, no mark. 5/14 JAMES, an Eboe to STEPHEN BENT Top Hill, near Alligator Road, marked S B on right shoulder. 5/16 JOHN, a Moco now says his name is DAVID, says his master is dead, and that Mr. Graham is attorney to the property, no mark; he has a very great impediment in his speech. 5/28 ROSS, an Eboe to Sir SIMON H. CLARKE Bart., Fat Hog Q uarter, Hanover, marked M on right, and M C on left shoulder; he came from Lucea, and had with him a false pass signed Simon Clarke, Esq. 6/24 FRANCES, an Eboe to Sir SIMON H. CLARKE Bart., Fat Hog Quarter, Hanover, no mark; she came from Lucea, and had with her a false pass signed Simon Clarke, Esq. 6/24 KITTY, an Eboe to Mr. BULL marked S S B on left shoulder. 7/2

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155 FORTUNE, an Eboe to Mr. BAINBRIDGE no mark. 7/4 COLIN, a Mundingo, to Mr. MARRAY, and was hired to Mr. McK ENZIE 7/4 CHARLES, a Mundingo to Miss SCARLETT, Falmouth, no mark; being in a very diseased state when sent in, he is ordered to the Hospital, and to remain there at his owner s expence until cured. 7/11 CYRUS, a creole, to CHARLES FYFFE Esq., no mark. 7/16 JOSEPH, a Coromante e to Mr. BYNDER Clarendon, no mark. 7/23 SIMON, a Congo, to the Hon. JOHN SHAND, no mark. 7/28 PETER BROWN, a creole, to A. WILLIAMS Montego Bay, marked C H B 8/10 WARWICK, a creole, to Flat Point Estate, no mark. 8/10 FRANK, a Congo to the late J OHN MITCHELL Trelawny, marked W B 8/12 EDWIN, a Congo, to JOHN HIND, Esq., Salt Marsh, marked I H 8/14 JOHN, a Mungola says he belonged to the late Mr. MURDOCK of Old Harbour, and that he was hired to a brown man of the name of WILLIAMS a fisherman i n Spanish Town, no mark. 8/16 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. GALLIMORE Salisbury, no mark. 8/17 SAM, a creole, to Mr. GREEN Unity Estate, near Black River, marked S, with another letter, not plain. 8/21 LETITIA, an Ebo to Mr. MACNEIL Williamsfield, near Rio Bueno, no mark. 8/25 GARRICK, a Coromantee to ALEX. SMITH Mountain Cobray. 8/25 TOM, a creole, to ALEX. SMITH Mountain Cobray. 8/25 QUACO, a creole, to the late Mr. TAYLOR Harmony Hill. 8/26 MARIA, an Eboe to Mr. NEWELL, Spanish Town, marked M V on right and A N on left shoulder. 8/27 JOSEPH, a creole, to Arthur s Seat, Clarendon, or the Hon. JOHN SHAND no mark. 9/1

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156 QUASHIE, a Moco to Dr. GIBBES Crawle Plantation, Trelawny, marked H T G on right shoulder. 9/18 JACOB, an American [ creole], t o WILLIAM TURNBULL St. Mary, mark not plain. 10/13 St. George Workhouse 1816. [CC] HAGER, a creole, says she formerly belonged to the late Mr. MILLAR supervisor of the Morant Bay workhouse, but now to Mr. SPENCE the present supervisor. 1/25 FLORA, a Nago to a Mr. BOYDEN, since dead and has no other owner. 1/26 BESSY, formerly said she was an Eboe but now found out to be a salt water creole, and that she belonged to a Gentleman at Black River, since dead, but does not know his name, marked with W B on left shoulder; she came in of her own accord, and has no owner.22 2/5 MARIA, a creole, to Esher Estate ( THOMAS ADDISON, Esq., is her attorney), no mark. 3/15 POMPEY, a Moco to Mr. FERGUSON, Bellfield Penn, St. Mary, no mark. 3/25 JOHN, a Congo, to J OHN HAZELL Harmony Hill, Portland, marked I I I on right shoulder. 3/27 CUFFIE, a creole, to Mr. ROBERTS Princess Street, Kingston, marked M H on left shoulder. 3/27 PRINCESS, a Mungola to Esher Estate, St. Mary; Mr. WADE is overseer, and Thomas Addis on, Esq., is Attorney, no mark. 4/2 JEMMY, a Mungola to Esher Estate, St. Mary; Mr. WADE is overseer, and Thomas Addison, Esq., is Attorney, no mark. 4/2 ALEXANDER, a Mungola to Mr. WILLIAM SHRYER Shryer, St. Andrew, marked FRENCH on left, and W on rig ht shoulder, F on both jaws, F on forehead, and has a mark, not plain. 4/7 DEE, or DICK a Mungola to Agualta Vale Penn, St. Mary, marked T H on left shoulder, he had a collar on when he came in, and says Mr. HENRY STRONG is his overseer. 5/10 JACKEY, a creole, to PATRICK LYNCH, Esq., St. Mary, no mark. 5/22 22 Composite listing; initially listed as: BESSY, an Eboe says she belonged to a gentleman at Black River, since dead, and has no owner, marked W B on left shoulder, came in of her own accord. 2/5

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157 JULIET, a creole, and her child ELIZA, to Mrs. GILLIN a brown woman, Kingston, no mark. 5/23 GRACE, an Eboe to Miss NANCY WATSON, mark not plain on right shoulder, has lost all her front teeth, and has a hole in her forehead. 5/23 QUAMINA, a Moco to Mount Holstein coffee plantation, to Mrs. MARY McF ARLANE St. George, marked B S on left shoulder. 6/10 EDWARD ASHLEY, a sambo [ creole] of Spanish Town, to JOHN BALL MORRIS Esq., Kingston, no mark. 7/8 HARRY, a Moco to Esher Estate, St. Mary, Mr. WADE is the overseer, no mark. 7/8 GEORGE, an Eboe to Mr. ROPER but hired to Mr. CROWDER a blacksmith, Portland, no mark. 7/28 CUFFEE, a Wakee, to WILLIAM SHAND, Esq., who sent him to watch at Clifton Hill, St. George, no mark. 7/29 JACK, a Congo, to Messrs. KINLOCK and STEEL Golden Vale, Portland, marked S I O on left shoulder; taken up by the Maroons. 7/31 RICHARD PALMER, a creole, pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof, no mark, has a scar on his left shoulder. 8/1 MAY, an Eboe to Eden Estate, marked R H on right shoulder. 8/2 MARIA, a creole, to Eden Estate, no mark. 8/5 ADMIRAL, an Eboe to ROBERT SMART or HENRY BURGER Esqrs., Port Royal mountains, marked B and another let ter not plain, on left shoulder. 8/6 JAMES, a Mungola to STEPHEN MINOT Esq., Bowden Penn, St. Dorothy, Mr. Johnson overseer, marked BOND on the right, and BOND on the left shoulder. 8/12 NELSON, a Mungola to DANIEL GULLY Esq., St. David, marked D G o n right shoulder. 8/20 FRANCES, a creole, to Mr. A. SUTHERLAND, or Mr. THOMSON, Tremolesworth, St. Mary, marked with S on right shoulder. 8/24 DAKERS, a Nago to Mr. P. MANAHAN, St. George, has country marks on his face, back, and breast. 8/25 TOM, a Wa wee, ROBERT HAMILTON, Esq., is the attorney, marked T on right shoulder, to

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158 Mount Prosperous coffee plantation. 8/30 QUASHIE, a Wawee, to WILLIAM SHAND, Esq., Kaylett s estate, marked R S on right shoulder; claimed but not taken out. 8/26 HENRY, a Nago to The Hermitage Estate, or G. H. COSENS Esq., no mark. 9/4 SIN, an Eboe to Crawle White s estate, to JULIAN BENSON a brown man, St. David, no mark. 9/5 KENT, a Mungola says he is a pioneer to the 60th Regiment, at Port Antonio, mark not plain. 9/7 DAVID, an Eboe to Mr. FOX St. Andrew, marked O on right shoulder. 9/10 GRACE, a Moco to Mr. PARKHILL a blacksmith, Machioneal, marked T R on right shoulder. 9/11 JOHN, a Mungola to the estate of Dr. BLACKWELL, or Miss NANCY PEARCE no mark. 9/11 JOHN, a Mungola he is claimed by a Miss ANN PEARCE BLACKWELL but ordered to be detained as he is strongly suspected to be a Pioneer, having been seen acting in that capacity at Fort Augusta, no brandmark, has country marks on his breast. 9/17 QUASHIE, a M oco to Mr. DUFFUS Industry coffee plantation, Port Royal mountains, no mark; taken up by Charles Town Maroons. 9/25 ABEO, an Eboe to JOHN BALL Esq., St. David, no mark; taken up by Charles Town Maroons. 9/25 ALMEDIA, an Eboe and her child CATO, to Recourse coffee plantation, no mark; taken up by Charles Town Maroons. 9/25 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. GEORGE DALHOUSE a person of colour, Spanish Town, has a sore on his left leg. 9/29 BILLY, a creole, to Mr. JACOB BASSAN a pilot, Port Royal, no mark. 10/23 LAMBERT, a Mungola says he is a pioneer, and that he belongs to Mr. BOGLE Kingston, no mark; taken up by the Charlestown Maroons. 10/26 GEORGE, a Papa, to Mr. R. DUNCAN. 11/1 THOMAS, a Congo, to Mr. STOKES Halfway Tree; taken up by the Charles To wn Maroons.

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159 11/6 LINDO, a Congo to Mr. M. MARTIN Kingston, marked IMED on left shoulder. 11/7 JOHN GREEN, an aged creole, he was taken up while higgling with an Ass at Annotto Bay, says he belongs to NATHANIEL BECKFORD, Esq., Oxford Estate, and that W. Bullock, Esq., is his attorney. 11/10 St. James Workhouse 1816. [CC] DENMARK, a creole, says he belongs to Weston Favle Estate, no brand mark, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 1/8 JACK, a Banda a yellow Negro, says he belongs to Mr. TAYLOR scar on right cheek bon e, 5 ft. 3 1/2 in. high. 1/18 JAMES, a creole, says he formerly belonged to Pembroke Estate, but was shipped off to Cuba about ten years ago, from whence he made his escape in a canoe, and with several other Negroes, landed at Chatham Penn, Race Course, i n this parish, marked I M, apparently in one, left shoulder, and with H D right shoulder, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 1/20 PRESTON, to Mr. Sawyer. 1/29 JOHN FERMER, a creole, belongs to a Negro man by the name of JOHN BATES at Falmouth, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 2/14 P ROVIDENCE, a creole, says he belongs to the estate of JOHN STEVENS Esq., dec., and that his young master ANDREW STEVENS attempted to shoot him, which caused him to come and complain to the Magistrates. 2/26 MURRAY, a Mundingo, says he belongs to George V alley Estate, is marked G V and W M below both shoulders, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 2/29 ROE, a Moco says he belongs to Cornwall Estate in Westmoreland, marked C and the letter L below, right shoulder, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 3/1 SOPHA, an Eboe to Cornwall E state in Westmoreland, 4 ft. 8 in. high. 3/1 QUACO, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. CHISHOLM marked left shoulder R C on the top, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 3/29 THOMAS, a creole boy, says he belongs to Mr. RARIE 4 ft. 3 in. high. 4/1 SAM, a creole, says he belongs to the late JAMES WILLIAMS of St. Elizabeth, no brandmark, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 4/12

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160 LOUIZA, a Coromantee says she belongs to Miss PEGGY KENYON, at MarthaBrae, marked right shoulder A T the first letter reversed, 4 ft. 81/2 in. high. 4/30 LIVERPOOL, an Eboe says he belongs to Mr. ARCHIBALD TAYLOR marked B right shoulder, 4 ft. 113/4 in. high. 5/2 WILLIAM, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. DEAR marked I S right shoulder, 4 ft. 33/4 in. high. 6/1 NELSON, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. McL ACHLAN marked A M left shoulder, 4 ft. 91/2 in. high. 6/6 ARCHEY, a creole, says he belongs to the estate of GEORGE [ illegible], dec., no visible brandmarks, 4 ft. high. 7/31 CUFFIE, a Paupau says he belongs to Mr. CHRISTOPHER PARKINSON, brandmarks illegible, 5 ft. 4 1/2 in. high. 8/19 HARRIOT, a Moco says she belongs to Duckets Spring, marks on both shoulders ille gible, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 8/20 QUASHIE, a creole, says he belongs to Weston Favell Estate, no brand mark, 5 ft. high. 8/24 SHARPE, a creole, says he belongs to C. CAMPBELL Esq., marked on left shoulder C C, 5 ft. 43/4 in. high. 9/9 PETER, a Congo, to A nchovey Bottom Estate. 9/11 PRINCESS, a creole, says she belongs to Mrs. ELIZABETH FALQUHAR marked E M F right shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/14 EDWARD, a creole, says he belongs to NANCY BARNETT marked apparently E R left shoulder, 4 ft. 41/2 in. hig h. 9/23 THOMPSON, an Eboe says he belongs to the estate of the late ROBERT TELFER brand marks illegible, 5 ft. 7 1/2 in. high. 9/30 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Ganadu Estate, 4 ft. 9 in. high. 9/30 BETSY, a creole, to Virgins Valley, marked C G G left, and P right shoulders, 4 ft. 111/2 in. high. 10/2 JAMES, a Congo, says he belongs to Mr. HEWAN, pockpitted in his face, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 10/5

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BEN, a Papa, to Cambridge Estate, brand marks right shoulder, illegible, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 10/6 DUBLIN, an Eboe says he belongs to Miss MARSHA BROOKS but hired to Mr. DUNKLY, no brandmark, 5 ft. 6 in. high. 10/8 GEORGE, a Congo to Hamilton Estate, Hanover, no visible brandmark, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 10/14 JOHN, a creole, to BECKY COOPER his l eft hand has been severely burnt, and forefinger of the same contracted inwards, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 10/14 MARY, an Eboe to WILLIAM PETER Esq., marked both shoulders P on the top, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 10/15 GEORGE, a Moco says he belongs to Mr. HUGG UP Westmoreland, no brandmarks, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/21 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, says he belongs to Mr. SMITH has his country marks on his face, 6 ft. 1 in. high. 11/7 ROBERT, a Coromantee says he belongs to Mr. McC OLVER marked M N left shoulder, the fi rst letter reversed, and B on top, right shoulder, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 11/13 St. Mary Workhouse 1816. [CC] SARAH, a creole, to Mrs. TUCKER St. Ann. 1/17 ALLICK, a creole, to the estate of ANGUS MORRISON, dec., Sund Wood. 1/31 QUASHIE, to Hopewell Estate. 2/1 SMART, a Mungola formerly to the estate of JOHN PURSER dec., but now to Windsor Estate, marked I P on both shoulders and cheeks. 2/4 ROBERT, a Coromantee to Moore Hall Estate. 2/6 JAMES, an Eboe to the estate of Mr. OGILVIE a tailor, dec., Annotto Bay. 2/16 TRIM, a creole, to Bryan Castle Estate, Trelawny. 2/19 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. ROBERTSON, Montreal, St. Andrew. 3/11 JEMMY, a Mungola to Mr. ROBERTSON, Montreal, St. Andrew, marked M M K 3/11 BILLY, an Eboe to Mr. ROBERTSON, Montreal, St. Andrew, marked M M K 3/11

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162 GEORGE, a Papa, to Mr. ROBERTSON, Montreal, St. Andrew, marked M M K 3/11 FANNY, a creole, to the estate of JOHN KING, dec., Kingston. 3/12 MARY, a creole, to CATHERINE BROWN a black woman, Jack s Bay, marked W R in one, on both shoulders. 3/12 BOURKE, a Moco to Lucky Hill Estate. 3/14 FEARFUL, a Moco to GEORGE MARSHALL Esq., Golden Grove coffee plantation, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked I O G 3/18 JOHN, a creole, to GEORGE MARSHALL Esq., Golden Grove coffee plantation, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked I O G 3/18 ELIZABETH, a sambo creole, to Madame SANITE who is off the island, and left her in charge of Madame TENELONGE to be sold to her mother a French woman, named Felicite, at Port Royal; has a name marked in full length, not pl ain, on her right breast, says she has been a runaway four years and a half. 3/18 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. RITCHIE near Somerset Estate, Halfway Tree. 3/18 JACKY, a Coromantee to Mr. JOHN THOMPS O N a free black man, Above Rocks, marked not plain. 3/18 DICK, a creole, to Mrs. GUY s Hill, marked A P on left shoulder. 3/18 KITTY, a creole, to Drax Hall Estate, St. Ann, marked W R in one, on both shoulders. 4/1 JAMIE, a creole, to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS Ocho Rios, marked I W on top, on left shoulder. 4/1 MORRIS, a Chamba to Mr. JAMES BELL, Kingston, marked I B on left shoulder. 4/3 MOLLY, a creole, to BENJAMIN NIBBS a free person, who sold her to Mr. GRANT Kingston, marked P G with a cross between, on right shoulder. 4/3 CHARLES READ, to Berkshire Ha ll Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 4/5 NELLY, a Nago to Mr. BAYLEY Prospect Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked G B on right shoulder. 4/16 GEORGE BRIDGES, a creole, to Mr. PATTERSON Barham Estate, Westmoreland, marked with I R or I D O on top, on left shoulder. 4/20 BROWN, an Eboe to Mr. PENDERGAST of Vere, marked P with another letter not plain; he

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163 had a ticket signed by E. Pendergast, dated December 1801; and a loaded pistol was taken from him, and he likewise had a mare in his possession, w hich he offered for sale, but was detained by R.P. Ogilvie, Esq., the Magistrate on whose estate he was taken up; he is an elderly man. 5/8 GLEONE, a Mungola to Miss FORD Moneague, St. Ann. 5/9 MARY, a Mungola to Madame SANITE or Messrs. HARDY, MORCE and C O ., mark not plain on breast; her mistress keeps a garden on the Windward Road. 5/9 GEORGE BLACKWOOD, an Eboe to Mr. A. CAMPBELL Content, St, Ann, marked I U on left shoulder. 5/12 HOPE, a Mungola to JOHN MACKESON, Esq., Blue Mountain Estate, Mi le Gully, St. Elizabeth, marked D C below. 5/18 LYON, a Moco to Mr. HANBURY, St. Ann, marked G F H on left breast. 5/21 WILLIAM, a creole boy, to Mr. D A C OSTA, Spanish Town. 5/25 WILLIAM WILLIAMS, a [ creole] Curacao man, pretends to be free, but cannot produce any evidence thereof. 5/2 5 DUKE, a Mundingo, to the estate of J. NIBBS dec., or Mr. MASON, Annotto Bay. 5/25 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. BROWN Unity Valley, St. Ann, marked I F 5/29 HAMPSHIRE, a creole, to Kildare Estate, St. George. 6/4 HARRY, a mulatto, to JAMES LAING Esq., Go shen Estate. 6/8 SEPTEMBER, a creole, to Mr. MIGNOT Friendship Penn, St. Ann. 6/10 JACK, a creole, to JOHN BOYD a free black man, Black River, St. Elizabeth. 6/10 GEORGE, a creole, to Mrs. BONNER Spanish Town. 6/11 SAM, an Eboe to Miss SALLY BOARD Duke Street, Kingston. 6/11 THOMPSON, a Congo, to Miss MARTIN Golden Street, Kingston, marked I M on right shoulder. 6/11 BESSY, a Coromantee to Miss MARTIN Golden Street, Kingston, marked I M on right shoulder. 6/11 GEORGE, a mulatto creole, to Carl ton Wood House Estate. 6/17

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164 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. MITCHELL Rock River Estate, Clarendon, marked B [on its side], with a on right shoulder. 6/18 LOUISA, an Eboe to Mr. MITCHELL Rock River Estate, Clarendon, marked B [on its side], with a on right shoulder. 6/18 WILLIAM, an Eboe to the estate of ALEX. PARK, Esq., Broadgate, St. George, marked A PARKE on right shoul der. 6/24 CHARLES, an Eboe to WENTWORTH BAYLY, Esq., St. George. 6/26 NELLY, a Congo and her child RICHARD, to the estate of Miss CHAPLAIN, dec., Kingston, marked S C on top. 6/28 ANN, a Congo to CATHERINE THOMAS a free black, Kingston. 6/28 JENNY, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES Prospect coffee plantation, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked with S R between. 7/5 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, to JOHN McL EAN a black man, belonging to Messrs. CRAWFORD and McL EAN, Kingston. 7/5 JOSEPH, a Mundingo, to Madame DONLAY a confectioner, King Street, Kingston. 7/5 ROBERT, a creole boy, says he is free, and runaway from his mother SARAH McC ONACHIE a black woman, who lives in Hannah s Town, Kingston. 7/9 CHARLES, a creole, to Mr. JAMES PATTERSON Falmouth, marked I B (blai red) [sic] on right shoulder. 7/9 FRANK, a creole, to Mr. D E JERDAIN Goulburn coffee plantation, near Stoney Hill, marked T L C 7/10 QUASHIE, a creole, to the estate of PETER HAY Esq., dec., late vendue master, Kingston, or JAMES S. LANE Esq., St. Thomas in the Vale, marked R H on both shoulders. 7/11 ENDEAVOUR, a Chamba to CATHERINE DEMOTRES a free black, Princess Street, Kingston. 7/13 LIVERPOOL, a Mundingo, to Ardoch Penn, St. Ann. 7/13 JENNY, an Eboe to Miss LEWIS Kingston, marked T D G on r ight breast. 7/13 ROSE, a Mundingo, to M. MAZELLA who keeps a wharf near the Beef Market, Kingston, marked with T K R I below, on right shoulder. 7/13

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165 DIANA, an Eboe to Miss GRAHAM a person of colour, Kingston. 7/13 WILLIAM PHILLIPS, a native of St. Domingo, says he is free, and that his papers are with Miss CASS Halfway Tree, marked CASTE on right breast. 7/14 THOMAS, a Wawee, to the estate of ISAAC FOX dec., Mount Chrissey, St. Andrew, marked K on right shoulder. 7/15 ROBERT JAMES, a Mundingo, s ays he is a Maroon, and belongs to Scot s Hall Maroon Town, mark not plain, has a large scar on his right shoulder. 7/15 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. JAMES PATTERSON a millwright, Falmouth, marked A F on right shoulder. 7/16 JOHN, a Congo, to Mr. DAVID PERR Y St. George, marked D P on right shoulder. 7/16 WILLIAM, a Papa, to Mr. MURDOCH a mason, near Temple Hall, St. Andrew, blind of the left eye. 7/16 FRANK, a creole, to Goshen Penn, St. Ann. 7/23 AUSTIN, an Eboe to Mr. ABRAHAM Kingston. 7/23 ROBERT, a Moco to SALLY WALKER a free person, Kingston. 7/23 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. JAMES DALHOUSE Spanish Town. 7/29 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss RUSSELL Spanish Town. 7/31 CONTRIVANCE, a Nago, to Mr. McK OWEN a pilot, Port Royal, marked R P. 8/2 ALICK, a creole boy, to Mr. PATEY Kingston. 8/2 NED, a creole, to Mr. WILKINSON a carpenter, Kingston. 8/6 GEORGE, a creole boy, to WILLIAM JAMES MURPHY, Esq., or Goshen Estate. 8/6 POLLY, a creole, to Goshen Estate, St. Ann. 8/6 PHILIP, a Mundingo, to Russell Hall Estate, marked R H on right cheek and shoulders. 8/6 BRUTUS, a Mundingo, to Mr. COHEN, Kingston, has white scars on his hands, a coppersmith. 8/6 JAMES, an Eboe to the estate of DAVID McG REGOR late of St. Mary a mason, dec., marked M S on right s houlder. 8/10

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166 ROBERT, a Wakee, to the Rev. Mr. MARSHALL Mount Moses, St. Andrew. 8/10 WILLIAM, a creole, to LEWIS GRANT Esq., Bowden Hill, St. Thomas in the East; he was taken with a chesnut horse marked M on hind leg. 8/14 JOHN, a creole boy, to Mr. FRANCIS WILKINSON a gunsmith, Kingston. 8/14 CRETIA, a creole, to Mr. HENRY SCOTT 8/14 SMART, a creole, to Mr. W. MAHON, West St., Kingston. 9/3 WILLIAM MACKAY, a Congo, formerly to the estate of GEORGE COOKE Esq., dec., but now to Mr. BELL a wharfing er, Falmouth, marked G C on right, and M B in one, on left shoulder. 9/6 SUSANNA, a creole, to Dr. BROWN Port Royal. 9/12 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss BESSY INNES Orange St., Kingston, marked P K on top, on left shoulder. 9/19 QUASHIE, a creole, to K ildare Estate, St. George, marked I B on right shoulder. 10/2 MIMBA, a creole, to RICHARD KINKHEAD, Esq., Stirling Castle, marked S C R on top, on left shoulder. 10/9 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, to Messrs. SWORD & McP HERSON, RichmondHill, St. Mary, marked R H on both shoulders. 10/10 MANCHESTER, a Mundingo, to Mr. ALMOND a blacksmith, Wherry Wharf, Kingston, marked with A F. 11/5 JACK, a Mundingo, to GEORGE QINLAN, Esq., Annotto Bay, marked G Q, I R below, and L B aside of it, on right shoulder. 11/5 WILLIA M, a creole, to FRANCIS GRAHAM Esq., Tulloch Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale. 11/6 HARRY, an Eboe to HENRY PARRY, Esq., Montego Bay. 11/8 THOMAS, a Moco to HENRY PARRY, Esq., Montego Bay. 11/8 THOMAS HUNT, a creole, to the estate of JOHN HANSON, dec., Salt Ponds. 11/8

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167 Spanish Town Workhouse 1816. [CC] QUASHIE, a creole, to Dr. WILLIAM BENNETT, in St. Mary, marked W B apparently, on both shoulders. 1/2 COUNTESS, a Chamba and her CHILD, says she belongs to one Miss THOMAS a brown woman in West Str eet, Kingston, marked on her right shoulder obliterated. 1/3 HARDY, a Congo to Mr. SAMUEL of Kingston, marked M S right shoulder. 1/4 MOLL, alias ELEANOR a creole, to Mr. SANDYS windward, marked M S right shoulder. 1/8 CUFFEE, a creole, to Sheckles P enn in Clarendon, no brandmark. 1/8 TOM, a creole, to Sandy Gully Penn, no brandmark. 1/10 ABERDEEN, a Mundingo, to Mr. A. MOIR of Kingston or Manatee Bay, marked M both shoulders. 1/10 CHARLES, a Mungola to Mr. MURRAY of Kingston, marked R H right shoulder. 1/10 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. MURRAY of Kingston, marked R H right shoulder. 1/10 SARAH WHITEHEAD, a creole, formerly to Mr. WHITEHEAD of St. Ann, now to Mr. BERNALL or to KITTY MOWBRAY in Kingston, marked W W both shoulders. 1/14 JOHN, a creo le to the estate of Mrs. CATHERINE COWARD, has a sore on his right foot. 1/19 JOE, a creole boy, to Mr. LEWIS TAYLOR in Kingston. 1/19 DUBLIN, a creole, to MOSES BRAVO, Esq., Kingston, no brand mark. 1/27 HARRY, a creole, to Mr. McD OUAL St. Mary, mar ked right shoulder obliterated, he says he formerly belonged to THOMAS USHER Esq., Kingston. 1/31 ESSEX, a Mungola to Miss MARY GOOD, Kingston, has his country marks on his face. 2/8 GEORGE, an Eboe to Colonel DESCOURSE St. Thomas in the Vale, marked on the left breast obliterated. 2/8 JOHN, a Moco belonging to Mr. McL AUCHLIN St. Mary, has his country marks on his face. 2/9 WILLIAM, an Eboe to Mr. McG OWAN, at Halloway Hill, Port Royal mountains, marked McG on both shoulders, apparently. 2/9 JOHN, a Coromantee belonging to one MARY MUSTARD, no brandmark. 2/12

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168 RICHARD, a Mungola to Capt. THOMAS or to Mr. PHILIP SUMMERS, Little Salt Island, marked right shoulder obliterated. 2/13 KATE, a creole, said she belonged to to D. WINT Esq., but supposed to belong to a Mr. MUNROE dec., no brand mark. 2/17 JOHN, a creole, to Miss DUYERGER a free black woman, Rum Lane, Kingston, marked with C D apparently, right shoulder. 2/17 ARCHEY, a creole boy, to Miss. McP HERSON, St. Thomas in the East, marked E P right shoulder. 2/17 HAMLET, a creole, to Mr. JACKSON, Annotto Bay, marked G I on top, left shoulder. 2/18 BELL, a creole, to ROBERT SHAW Esq., Old Harbour, no brandmark. 2/19 FRANK, a creole, to Miss WILLIAMS a free black woman, St. John parish, no brandmark. 2/23 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. CATOR St. Thomas in the Vale, no brand mark. 2/24 PHILLIS, a Wakee, to MARY WALKER a black woman at Annotto Bay, St. Mary, country marks on her breast. 2/28 JOHN, a creole boy, to ANN CAMERON a black woman in St. John, no mark. 2/29 [sic] THOMAS WILLIAMS, a creole, to Hyde Hall Estate, or Orange Grove, (trustee G. RICHARDS Esq.) [sic] ; has lost the little toe on his left foot. 3/2 BILLY, a Congo to Mr. GARDENER hired to Mr. BERRY a mason, at Worthy Pa rk Estate, St. John, no mark. 3/3 ELEANOR, a Moco to Mr. LECHMERE, Kingston, marked long letters on the left breast, obliterated. 3/4 BOB, a Nago to JAMES FRASER Esq., St. Ann, marked, obliterated. 3/5 LOUISA, a creole, to Miss MARTELL, Kingston, mar ked M O L right shoulder. 3/5 JOHN FRANCISCO, a creole of Curacao, who says he belongs to Capt. HALL, who is now off the island, no brandmark. 3/8 ABRAHAM, a creole, to Bagnal s Spring (attorney R. W. HARRIS Esq.) [sic] no mark. 3/9 DENTON, a creole, who says he is a Maroon, and he belongs to Scot s Hall, no brandmark. 3/10

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169 SAM, a creole, to Miss H. WILCOCK Kingston, marked H W left shoulder. 3/10 JEMMY, a creole, to PATRICK LYNCH, Esq., at Coninysburgh Estate, St. Mary, marked P I left shoulder. 3/14 THOMAS, a creole, to Mr. CODD, merchant, Kingston, marked R G right shoulder. 3/15 QUASHIE, a creole, to Doctor BENNET St. Mary, marked W B both shoulders. 3/19 JOHN, a Congo, says he is free, that Capt. WILLIAMS formerly living at Ocho Rios Bay, dec., gave Mr. FORSYTH, at Port Maria Bay, his papers, he has lost the use of his left arm. 3/19 NANCY, a creole, to Mons. REGNIER or Morrison s penn, near Kingston, no mark. 3/25 CHARLES, an Eboe to DUNKEYs in Vere, or to Fushey Park, marked W K H on top, right shoulder. 3/30 SAMPSON, a Congo, to Capt. MACKIE dec., but now in charge of Mr. BRADLEY Plantain Garden River, has lost his right eye. 4/1 SAM, a Congo, formerly to Mr. PHILLIPS of Kingston, by him sold to Mr. PATTON, at Stanton, Morant Bay, marked I P within a both shoulders. 4/3 MARIA, a Mongola who will not tell her owner s name, has her country marks on her arms and belly. 4/3 TOM, a creole, to Mr. QUINLAN at Annotto Bay, marked ADOL ADOL on top, left shoulder, and O [upside down G ] right shoulder. 4/4 JAMES, a creole, to McL ACHLAN Black River Mountains, near Black River, marked with H M L apparently left shoulder. 4/5 JOHN, a creole boy, to Miss ELLIS Kingston, has a mark of an old sore between his eyes. 4/5 JOE, a creo le formerly to Mr. COXETER now to Mr. TIDMAN to windward, marked both shoulders, obliterated. 4/5 HENRY, a Congo to Mr. BROWN St. George, no brandmark. 4/5 THOMAS, a creole boy, to Mr. COOPER gone off the island, or to Mr. McI NTYRE in Kingston, no brand mark. 4/8 JESSAMY, a creole, to Mr. McL EOD, Dawkins Caymanas, no mark. 4/10 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss NANCY RULE marked right shoulder, obliterated. 4/10

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170 SARAH, an Eboe who says she belongs to a Mr. McD ONALD in the Mountains, or to Mr. McL EAN, in West Street, Kingston, marked M D right shoulder. 4/16 JAMES, a creole, to Gibraltar Estate, or to WENTWORTH BAYLEY, Esq., no brandmark. 4/16 FRANCISCO, a native of Curacao, belonging to MENTEFIORE and CASTELLO of Kingston, no brandmark. 4/18 E LIZA, a creole, to Miss TINDAL Kingston, marked I T between, left shoulder. 4/25 SOPHIA, a creole, to Mr. DESCOURBIERRE Kingston, no brand mark. 4/25 ROBERT, a Mungola formerly to Mr. FLEMORE now to someone near Port Maria Bay, or Annotto Bay, no brandmark. 4/25 POMPEY, a creole boy, to Mr. ONFFROY s property called Little River, in St. Ann, no mark. 4/27 CASTELLO, a Mundingo, formerly to Mr. JENNINGS now says he belongs to Mr. TOWNSEND, has his country marks on his face. 4/28 JAMES, a creole boy, says to the late JAMES GRANT Esq., dec., marked R S apparently, both shoulders. 4/30 LIVERPOOL, a Moco to Messrs. FRASER and BROWN at Union Hill Plantation, St. Ann, marked with R W both shoulders. 5/123 INDUSTRY, a creole, to Mr. JOHN ANDERSON of Kingston, has lost her left eye. 5/1 QUASHEBA, an Eboe to Miss REID in Kingston, has the marks of ringworms on her nose. 5/2 JENNY, a Moco to Mr. McG ILLVRAY, marked both shoulders obliterated. 5/2 THOMAS, a Mungola to Mr. EDDIE carpenter at Agualt a Vale Penn, near Annotto Bay, marked W P left shoulder, W E right shoulder. 5/3 BILLY, a Congo to JAMES GILCHRIN Esq., northside, marked I B on his breast, I B left shoulder. 5/4 BEN, a Mungola to ALEX. MOIR Esq., Kingston, or to Mannattee Bay, mar ked M both breasts and shoulders. 5/6 23 See also LIVERPOOL, a Moco now says to a Mr. FRASER who keeps a jobbing gang at Montpelier, marked R W both shoulders. 5/3

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171 LOND, an Eboe to Mr. WOOD of Kingston, marked C A apparently, on top, right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 5/6 GEORGE, an Eboe to Doctor LAFOURCE at Above Rocks, marked on his left breast obliterated, mark s of an old sore on his belly; brought in by the Maroons. 5/6 TOM, a Mungola to Mr. BARNE of Kingston, marked R B right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 5/6 THOMAS, a Mundingo, to McC AW a Frenchman, in Kingston, marked P B M right shoulder; brought in by the Maroons. 5/6 PATIENCE, a Coromantee to Mr. WOOD of Kingston, has her country marks on her temples; brought in by the Maroons. 5/7 HECTOR, a creole, to Mr. DICKSON at Green Glebe, Liguanea, no brandmark; brought in by the Maroons. 5/8 MONIM IA, a creole, to Mr. BENNETT in Kingston, no brandmark; brought in by the Maroons. 5/8 NED, an Eboe to Mr. McI NTYRE St. Mary, marked I I, between, right shoulder. 5/9 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. JOHN QUINLAN, Annotto Bay, marked H P O on top, left shoulder, and C Q right shoulder. 5/9 BEDFORD, a Congo to Mr. GEORGE SMITH, marked S P right shoulder. 5/10 JENNY, a creole, belonging formerly to Mr. JOSEPH ARCHER RENNALIS but now to the estate of Manuel Roderick a free brown man, or Taylor, dec., marke d M D between, right shoulder. 5/13 WILLIAM, a mulatto creole, to Miss DARCY, Port Maria Bay, no brandmark. 5/13 PRINCE, a creole, to Goshen, Salt Ponds, no brandmark. 5/16 SALLY, a Wakee, to JANE PARKER a quadroon woman in Kingston, has her country marks on her arm. 5/21 JOHN THOMPSON, a Coromantee belonging to the representatives of B. WATERHOUSE Esq., dec., marked C on both shoulders. 5/21 PRISCEY, a creole, to Beckford s Retreat, Clarendon, or to F. B. ZINCKE Esq., no mark. 5/22 WALLACE, a Congo sent in as the property of Mr. H. A. GOULBURN, in right of master HENRY KURSTEAD GOULBURN, marked both shoulders obliterated. 5/27

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172 JEMMY, a Coromantee to Mr. ROBERT HUNTER now off the island, attorney Messrs. Campbell and Imray, marked B H H both shoulders. 5/27 WILLIAM, a Mungola to GEORGE WILSON, Esq., Vere, marked G W both shoulders. 5/27 ALICK, a creole, to Mr. McW HINNEY at Pumpkin Grown Penn, marked I G both breasts, shoulder, and cheeks. 5/27 SYPHAX, a creole, to H. MOIR Esq., Kingston, or to Mannattee Bay, marked X both shoulders and cheeks. 6/10 ROSEY, a creole, formerly to Miss MAYHEW of this town, now says she belongs to Mr. GEORGE THOMAS in St. Ann, but supposed to belong to Mr. MILLBOURN a carpenter, of Clarendon, (named VENUS ) [sic] no mark. 6/14 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. LIDDEL at Salt Ponds, marked W L both shoulders, and P I O left breast. 6/14 CAESAR, a Mundingo, to Mr. JOHN MARSHALL dec., or to A. McI NNIS Esq., marked M G right shoulder. 6/20 ALICK, a Mungola formerly to WALK ER & BIGGAR of Kingston, he says since sold him to a JEMES WEDDERS [sic], a Maroon of Charleston, marked I R right shoulder. 6/24 MARIA, a Mungola to Miss BLACK a quadroon woman in Kingston; her teeth filed. 6/25 JOE, a Mungola to Mr. SADLER at Weyhi ll, in St. Mary, marked I S both shoulders. 6/25 JUPITER, a creole, to Mr. NIBLET a blacksmith, near Church, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked right shoulder obliterated. 6/25 JAMBA, a Chamba who says he is a cook to the York Light Infantry, marked P I O r ight shoulder. 7/1 ANN, a Mungola to Mr. ROBERT OLIVER or to Shanton Estate, marked R O both shoulders. 7/2 AMELIA, alias CUBA a creole, to Water Mount Estate, no brandmark. 7/2 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. JOHN GIDDES Mile Gully, marked I G right shoul der. 7/5 JAMES REDWIN, a creole mulatto, who says he is free, a native of Lucea, in Hanover, but has no document to prove such freedom, no brand mark. 7/9 JAMES ALEXANDER, a creole, to Gibraltar Estate, St. Mary; W. BAYLEY Esq., marked W B

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173 right shoulde r. 7/9 MARGARET, an Eboe to Mr. GEORGE PATTON, dec., on Shenton Estate, marked O P left shoulder. 7/9 JAMES, a creole, to Mr. FORSYTH a wharfinger, Port Maria Bay, marked V A H both shoulders. 7/9 MORRIS, a Mundingo, formerly belonged to JAMES SMITH E sq., of Kingston, now to J. P. WINT Esq., St. Elizabeth, marked WINT right shoulder. 7/10 EVE, a creole, and CHILD to Mr. LAMOTTE of St. George, marked right shoulder D R [upside down]. 7/10 EDWARD, a creole boy, to Mr. LAMOTTE of St. George, marked ri ght shoulder D R [upside down]. 7/10 LEWIS, a Mungola to Green Vale Plantation, marked I F left shoulder, and I L right shoulder. 7/12 RICHARD, a creole, to the Rev. Mr. BOWERBANK, no brandmark. 7/12 PLATO, a Mungola to MARK PETINAND, Esq., Mount E lizabeth plantation, Port Royal, marked P F right shoulder, apparently. 7/12 RICHARD, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAMSON at Yallahs, St. David, no brandmark. 7/13 JUDY, a creole, to Richmond Estate, St. Ann, Mr. BARNETT is attorney, no brandmark. 7/13 JOAN, a creole, to Richmond Estate, St. Ann, Mr. BARNETT is attorney, no brandmark. 7/13 SUKEY, a creole, to Richmond Estate, St. Ann, Mr. BARNETT is attorney, no brandmark. 7/13 QUASHIE, a creole, formerly to PETER FRENCH of St. Thomas in the Vale, now says he was bought out the workhouse, Falmouth, by Mr. BROWN marked W B on top, right shoulder. 7/13 DUKE, a Coromantee to Miss JANE MARSHALL a free brown woman, no brandmark. 7/14 PRIMUS, a creole, to Drakeshall Estate, St. Ann, ( BECKFORD s) [sic] ma rked S R W right shoulder. 7/16 MARYANN, a creole, to CHARLOTTE THOMPSON in Kingston, no mark. 7/16 MILLY, a creole, to Miss BOLT in Kingston, no brandmark. 7/16

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174 THOMAS, a Mundingo, to Mr. ALEXANDER McQ UINLAY a carpenter at Port Antonio, country marks on his face. 7/16 TOM, a creole, to Mr. BRANIGAN of Kingston, no brandmark. 7/17 SUCKEY, a Congo, to Miss CHRISTIE in Kingston, country marks both arms. 7/17 MALBOROUGH, a Mundingo, to Byndlose Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, has a sore on his left l eg. 7/19 VENTURE, an Eboe to Mr. P. E. BURROWS in St. Mary, country marks on left arm. 7/22 HARRY, a Congo, to CHARLES BAYLEY, Esq., or Roslyn Estate, in St. Mary, marked R T between, right shoulder. 7/22 SANCHO, a creole, to Bossue Penn, in Vere, marked A S between, both shoulders. 7/22 TOM, a creole, to Mr. QUINLAN at Annotto Bay, marked ADOL left shoulder. 7/26 QUASHEBA, a Wawee to a Mr. STEWART, at Hamilton s penn, near Kingston, marked R S between, right shoulder. 7/27 ADAM, a creol e to JOHN GOOD a man of colour, in Kingston, no brandmark. 7/27 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. DUNCOMB Esq., at Spring Estate, St. Andrew, no mark. 7/28 JACK, a Moco to Mr. HYLTON, at Porus Estate, no brandmark. 7/29 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, to Mr. DELPRATT in St. David, no brandmark. 7/29 JACK, a Mundingo, to SALLY THOMAS a black woman, near Coates, in Clarendon, marked I W right shoulder, his country marks on his face. 7/29 ROSEMARY, a Chamba to JOHN GAYNER Esq., Worthy Park, marked right shoulder, but obliterated. 7/31 WILL, a creole, to BENJAMIN SCOTT Esq., St. Ann, marked R S right shoulder. 8/3 CASTINE, a creole, formerly to THOMAS THOMAS a carpenter, now claimed by Mr. McI NTYRE of St. Mary, marked G F cross between right shoulder. 8/3 SCHOOLB OY, a creole, to Halls Hall Estate, trustee M. NEMBHARD, marked H H right shoulder. 8/3 TOM, a creole, to Riverhead Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, no brandmark. 8/3

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175 POMPEY, a creole, to Mr. BEN CRASKELL or to Lenox Estate nigh Port Antonio, mark oblit erated. 8/3 JAMAICA, a sambo creole, says he was christened JAMES STEEL and belongs to Mr. JOHN STEEL at Retired Lodge, Falmouth, no brandmark. 8/5 JACK, a Congo, to DUNKLEY s, Dry River, Clarendon, marked right shoulder obliterated. 8/5 THOMAS, a Mun gola to Mr. REILEY at Maverly Estate, St. Andrew, no brandmark. 8/6 JENNY, a creole girl, to Doctor DELVALLE of Kingston, no brand mark. 8/7 POMPEY, a Moco to Mr. WELCH a fisherman of Kingston, has got the marks of a severe flogging on his back. 8/8 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. MILBURNE a carpenter in Vere, marked W E cross between, both shoulders. 8/8 SAM, a Congo, formerly to Messrs. McI NTYRE and DEMPSTAR now says to Mr. HOLLAND, Withywood, marked C M D both shoulders. 8/9 ARGYLE, a Congo formerl y to Messrs. McI NTYRE and DEMPSTAR now says to Mr. HOLLAND, Withywood, has his country marks on his belly. 8/9 GEORGE, a Nago to Clarendon Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked I D right shoulder. 8/12 LONDON, a Mundingo, to Mr. ANDREW SMITH, at Maran s penn, Halfway Tree, in St. Andrew, marked S M H apparently right shoulder. 8/12 SAM, a creole, to Mr. JAMES VIRGO Belmount, nigh Diablo, marked W V left shoulder. 8/13 FORTUNE, a Congo, to THOMAS SMITH, Esq. a coppersmith and brother to the late ADAM SMITH Esq., Bosseau Penn in Vere, has his country marks on his temples. 8/13 ALICK, an Eboe to THOMAS SMITH, Esq. a coppersmith and brother to the late ADAM SMITH Esq., Bosseau Penn in Vere, country marks on his temples. 8/13 DUKE, a creole, to Mr. D A COSTA, in Kingston, marked right shoulder obliterated. 8/13 ROSE, a creole girl, to a Miss BROWN a person of colour in Kingston, no brandmark. 8/14 WILLIAM, a creole, formerly to WILLIAM MOORE Esq., now to Mr. HIGGIN St. Ann. 8/14 QUASHIE, a creole, to Mr. BIRMINGHAM dec., no brandmark. 8/14 BRUTUS, a Chamba to Mr. ROBERT MORGAN, in Kingston, marked right shoulder

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17 6 obliterated, his country marks on his face. 8/16 JUPITER, a Nago to Richmond Estate, St. Mary, lost the sight of his right eye. 8/16 PETER, an Eboe to D. DUNCOMB Esq., St. Andrew, marked E left shoulder. 8/19 JAMES, a creole brown boy, to Mr. SINCLAIR in Kingston. 8/19 SAM, a creole, to Harmony Hall (the Hon. J. and S. CUNNINGHAM) [sic] in Trelawny, marked I L both breasts, and C on both shoulders. 8/20 EDWARD, a creole, to Mr. JOHN M ACKENZIE Withywood, marked J M K left shoulder. 8/20 JAMES, a Nago to a Mr. J. GALL Northside, marked S, on top, right shoulder. 8/20 ALBION, a Mundingo, to Mons. GOURAPER near Kingston, marked C left shoulder, has his country marks on his face. 8/22 JANE, alias BETSY BURKE a creole, to Hayfield, nigh Mammee Ridge, trustee Robert Murray, Esq., in Kingst on, no mark. 8/22 SARAH, alias REBECCA a creole, to Miss JULIAN BASTER Mammee Ridge, or HENRY COX, Esq., no marks. 8/22 JOSEPH, a creole, to a Mrs. BOUCHER no brandmark. 8/23 CUPID, a creole, to Mr. HIGGINS New Ground Estate in St. Ann, marked B N B left shoulder and B N B right shoulder. 8/23 PITT, a Congo to Mr. WILLIAM BINGHAM St. Ann Bay, marked W B right shoulder. 8/24 THOMAS, a creole, belonging to Miss THOMAS a brown woman in Kingston, marked A T right shoulder, a driver to the Kingston Workhouse. 8/24 LUKE, a Moco formerly belonging to Mr. DENTON, who sold him to Mr. HUGER at Falmouth, marked S D right shoulder. 8/24 JACK, a Chamba to SALLY THOMAS a free brown woman, in Clarendon, marked I W right shoulder. 8/25 PATIENCE, a Chamba to a Miss LAKE a brown woman, at Port Henderson, country marks on her face. 8/27 WILLIAM, an Eboe to McI NTYRE a brown man, at Martha Brae, marked S M right shoulder. 8/29

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177 DEVONSHIRE, a Congo, to Miss ANGUS McB EAN, marked D M B both shoulders. 8/31 BROW N, a Moco to Mr. SILVESTER a carpenter to windward, marked R S twice, one above, the other left shoulder, and E B right shoulder. 8/31 FRANK, a Congo to BERRYHILL W. FALCONER Esq., marked W T right shoulder. 9/4 CATO, a Mundingo, to Messrs. DUNCOMB an d SAVAGE has got his country marks on his back. 9/5 JOHN, a creole boy, says he belongs to a Mr. KING who formerly was bookkeeper on Shenton Estate, St. Thomas in the Vale, no brandmark. 9/7 GIFT, a Coromantee to Miss DUNBAR in Kingston, marked lef t shoulder obliterated; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 GRACE, a Mungola to Mrs. CLARK at Up Park, marked R right shoulder; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 HARRY, a Coromantee to Miss MUNRO, or a Mr. THOMAS formerly carpenter at Dawkin s Caymana s, has his country marks on his temples; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 BOB, a Mundingo, to Mr. MENZIES a carpenter in Kingston, marked O S right shoulder; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 WILLIS, a creole, to Mr. ALICK HARRISON a brown man at Guy s Hill, marked A H between on left shoulder; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 BILLY, a Congo to MARK HOWARD, dec., marked left shoulder obliterated; sent in by the Maroons. 9/7 KITTY, an Eboe to CHISHOLM in St. John, marked I M K on right shoulder. 9/17 BEZENCO, an Eboe to J. B. CORBERAUD, Esq., at Mullet Hall, St. George, marked S C on top, right shoulder. 9/17 TOBY, a Congo, to Mr. HARRISON, but in the employ of Mr. JOHN CAMPBELL at Raza Mount, St. Thomas in the Vale, marked E H on top, left shoulder. 9/18 JAM ES, a Congo, to Mr. MORGAN, Clarendon, marked G M left shoulder. 9/18 ADAM, a creole, formerly to Mr. BROADHURST of Kingston, now to Seamana Valley, no mark. 9/20 JUBA, alias JONA, a creole girl, says she belongs to Mr. ROBERTSON at Orange River Estate,

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178 St. Mary, has a large sore on her left leg. 9/20 BACCHUS, a Moco to THEOBALD DILLON, Esq., Guy s Hill, marked H both shoulders. 9/23 FORTUNE, a creole, to MARY FINLAY at Guy s Hill, marked A S left shoulder. 9/24 SAM, a creole, to Mr. DRUMMOND, Drummon d Castle, marked D right shoulder. 9/24 POOR MAN, an Eboe to Ashley s Estate, Vere, (trustee Donald McLean, Esq.) [sic] marked P R right shoulder. 9/24 JACK DREW, a Mungola to Counsellor DREW no brandmark. 9/24 EDWARD, an Eboe to Shenton Estate, m arked R O right shoulder. 9/25 TOM, an Eboe to Mr. McW HINNEY, Port Royal, country marks. 9/26 DAPHNEY, a creole, to Yarmouth Estate, no brandmark. 9/27 PRIMUS, a creole, to Dr. HALL (Beckford s) [sic] marked S R W both shoulders. 9/27 CUFFEE, a creo le to Mr. JOE or WILLIAM HINDE in St. Ann, no brandmark. 9/28 PHOEBE, a creole, to Mr. MORGAN, at Yallah s, St. David, no brandmark. 10/1 ADAM, a creole, to Mons. LODIE St. Thomas in the East, has a sore on his right foot. 10/2 JOHN, a creole, to M r. DUNN of Kingston, marked R M between, right shoulder. 10/3 MARCH, a creole, to the estate of DAVID McG REGOR late of the parish of St. Mary, dec., marked with W M C left shoulder. 10/4 CLARISSA, a Nago to the estate of DAVID McG REGOR late of the parish of St. Mary, dec., has got her country marks on her forehead. 10/4 MARYANN, a creole, to Miss CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, Kingston, no brandmarks. 10/4 ALLICK, a Moco to Mr. WILD St. Jago Savanna, has his country marks on his temples. 10/4 JOHN, alias GEORGE a sambo creole, to Mr. PATRICK Above Rocks, St. Thomas in the Vale, no mark. 10/4 PATIENCE, a Mungola to Mr. McC ADDIE no brandmark. 10/7 SIMON, a Moco to Mr. HAMILTON, Kingston, mark left shoulder obliterated. 10/7

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179 MONIMIA, a Mungola to MARY MANN a free black woman, Kin gston, marked R M on top, right shoulder and M left shoulder. 10/8 SAMBO, a Congo to Mr. PHILLIPS late of Kingston, now says to Mr. SKELLY St. Ann, mark obliterated. 10/8 JOHN, an Eboe to Mr. DANIEL GULLY Kingston, marked D G, between, right sh oulder. 10/8 STRAWBERRY, a creole, to Miss ANN BLAGRAVE Rhymesbury Penn, no brandmark. 10/10 MARY, a Mungola to Mr. LILLY Oracabessa, marked I N right shoulder. 10/10 JOHN, a Moco to Gray s Inn Estate, St. George, marked G I between, left shoulder. 10/12 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mr. GRANT Stoney Hill, marked left shoulder P R, between. 10/13 MATIA, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAMSON a brown man, marked right shoulder, obliterated. 10/14 FRANK, a creole, to Ardoch Penn, St. Ann, no brandmark. 10/14 JOE, a creole, to Mr. EDWARD MERCHANT Burrow or Orange River, St. Mary, or Boozey Ridge, marked right shoulder, obliterated. 10/14 NED, a creole, to JOHN BLAKE a person of colour (a carpenter) [sic] Kingston, no mark. 10/15 CHARLES, a mulatto creole, to Mr. AARON, Kingston. 10/16 QUACO, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS SCOTT Mountain River, has the mark of an old sore on his right shoulder. 10/17 THOMSON, a Nago to Mr. LOWDEN late carpenter, dec., marked G C left shoulder apparently. 10/19 WILLIAM, a Mungo la to a Mr. DAVID, Kingston, no brandmark. 10/20 ROSEY, a creole, to Shenton Estate, marked on right shoulder, obliterated. 10/21 TOWERHID, a creole, to Mr. PINNOCK, trustee Mr. Hamilton, no brandmark. 10/21 COUNTY, a Mundingo, to Mr. DRYSDALE a carp enter, Kingston, marked P R both shoulders. 10/21 CUFFIE, a Chamba to a free black man named COLEMAN at the Cross, country marks on his face. 10/21

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180 CHARLES, a creole, to Seven Plantations, Clarendon, marked B B on top, left shoulder, B B, C C on top, r ight shoulder. 10/21 ANTHONY, a Coromantee to Mr. McL ACHLAN St. Mary, marked M L in one left shoulder, and with M B M right shoulder. 10/21 FRANK, a creole, to Mr. BENNETT Kingston, marked S B right shoulder. 10/25 TOM, a Mundingo, to Doctor QUIN Ab ove Rocks, marked long letters on the right shoulder. 10/26 SARAH, a creole mulatto, to Mr. W. BROWN of Sherwood, Manchester, marked B both shoulders. 10/27 JAMES, a Mundingo, to Mrs. CAMBLE east end Kingston, country marks on his face. 10/28 JOHN, a C ongo, to Mr. PHILIP LEVY Kingston, marked I D I L right shoulder. 10/28 THOMAS, a Mundingo, to Monsieur LODIE Above Rocks, country marks on his face. 10/29 ROBERT, a creole, to A. A. LINDO, Esq., Kingston, no brandmark. 10/31 JOHN, a Chamba to Miss WILLIAMS Orange St., Kingston, marked W M left shoulder, and H N right shoulder. 11/2 JACK, a Mungola to Mr. SCOTT in Kingston, no brandmark. 11/2 MOLLY, alias PEGGY, a creole, to G. SANDS Esq., St. David, marked G S right shoulder. 11/2 PROVIDENCE, a creole, to Mr. AUSTIN, in Kingston, marked I A right shoulder. 11/2 SAMPSON, a Congo, to Ramble, JAMES FERGUSON, Esq., St. Ann, marked I F between, left shoulder. 11/4 TOM, a Congo, to Mr. ROLLAND or Mr. NOLLAND, Withywood, marked C M D left shoulder. 11/5 SARAH, a creole girl, to Mr. THOMAS ALLEN of Kingston, no mark. 11/6 Trelawny Workhouse 1816. [CC] WILLIAM, a creole, says he belonged to a Miss MASTERS who lived in the Blue Mountains and died about five or six years, since which he has been going about unclaimed by any person, no mark, 5 ft. 61/4 in. high. 1/11

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181 ISABELLA, a creole, to ALEX CAMPBELL Esq., Schaw Castle, St. James, no mark, a scar on her right cheek, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 2/27 PRINCE, a Coromantee to Vale Royal Estate, marked P M on right shoulder, 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 3/4 TIMON, a creole, to CATHERINE HALL St. James, marked C H horizontally on the left shoulder, and a scar above the right eye, 4 ft. 91/4 in. high. 3/17 ROBERT, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES COOK, Montego Bay, no mark, 5 ft. 51/4 in. high. 3/19 THOMAS, an Eboe to Mr. KINGROSE mark on left shoulder illegible, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 3/23 HERCULES, a Coromantee, to Haughton Tower Estate, Hanover, marked W RI on right shoulder, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 3/23 KENT, an Eboe mark on the right shoulder illegible, country marks on his belly, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 4/1 BRUTUS, a creole, to a Mr. FOOTE dec., Kilmarnock, St. Elizabeth, no mark, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 4/2 CATO, a creole boy, to the estate of GEORGE ANDERSON, dec., St. Ann, no mark, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 4/9 BROWN, a creole, to Mr. THOMAS MYLES marked on both shoulders M on top, 5 ft. 8 in. high. 4/15 SUSAN, a creole, to Miss JANE MAY, Montego Bay, no mark, 5 ft. 31/4 in. high. 4/18 LETTICE, a creole, to W. S. GRIGNON, Esq., Montego Bay, a scar on right shoulder, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 4/20 JOSE FRANCISCO, a Congo, sa ys he is free, but has no document of his freedom; says he deserted from the Spanish brig Rosa Don Antonio of St. Jago de Cuba, two weeks since; Don FRANCISCO ANTONIO GONZALES was his late master, who made him free four years ago, but who died about three years since; mark on left shoulder like M C has lost a joint of the fourth toe, left foot, 5 ft. 61/2 in. high. 4/24 GEORGE, a Congo says to Mr. DUNCAN CAMPBELL Bog Walk, St. Mary, mark on left shoulder like M 5 ft. high. 4/27 ALLICK, a creole boy, to Mrs. CLARKE Duncan s, no mark, 3 ft. 10 in. high. 5/14 PUNCH, alias FUN an Eboe to Equity Estate, St. James, marked J G G on top, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 5/16

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182 SAM, a Moco to EDWARD PAYNE Esq., St. James, no mark, 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 5/27 QUAMI NA, a creole, to Mr. PETGRAVE at Woodlands, no mark, a scar between his eyes, 4 ft. 101/2 in. high. 5/27 THOMAS, a creole, said he belonged to Mr. PARK, St. Ann, but it is found since, that his name is JACKY, belonging to Dr. KIDSTON, St. Ann, no mark, 5 ft. 91/2 in. high. 5/29 LAVINIA, an Eboe to Mrs. MORRIS Salt Marsh, mark on both shoulders illegible, 5 ft. high. 6/8 CUFFEE, an old creole man, to Mr. CODNER St. Ann, no mark, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high. 6/11 ESSEX, or ISAAC a creole, to Steelfield Es tate, no mark, 4 ft. 111/2 in. high. 6/13 TRYAL, a Coromantee to Froome Estate, Westmoreland, no mark, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 6/17 DICK, a creole boy, said he belonged to Running Gut Estate, St. James, now says W. S. GRIGNON, Esq., Montego Bay, no mark, 4 ft. 31/2 in. high. 6/17 MARY, a creole, to W. S. GRIGNON, Esq., Montego Bay, no mark, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 6/19 AGNES, a Canga to Crawle Estate, St. James, marked H T G on both shoulders, a sore on her upper lip, 4 ft. 9 in. high. 6/22 JOE, a creole boy, to Mr. JAMES MARSHAL marked Shaw on right shoulder, 4 ft. 9 in. high. 7/2 WILLIAM, a creole, of yellow complexion, to Mr. JOHN STEWART a carpenter, Hanover, marked on right shoulder D S H on top, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 7/20 WILLIAM, a creole, to Miss PR ICE Dry Harbour, St. Ann, no mark, 5 ft. 2 in. high. 7/27 JAMES KENNEDY, a creole, said he was free and lived with his aunt, a Miss Sally Faberick in Port Royal St., Kingston; now says his name is WELCOME and that he belongs to Reading Penn, St. James; that G. F. COWARD, Esq., is his trustee; no mark, 5 ft. 7 3/4 in. high. 8/1 NANCY, a creole, to Maria Bueno Estate, no mark, 4 ft. 10 in. high. 8/10 TOM, a creole, to Glasgow Estate, St. James, marked B M on left shoulder, 4 ft. 111/2 in. high. 8/10 JA MES, a creole, said to a Miss BROWN in Kingston, now says his name is THOMAS and that he belongs to Doctor RITCHIE Savanna La Mar; marked A M O or V M C on both shoulders, an illegible mark on left shoulder, and R W on right cheek and left breast, 5 ft. 41/2 in. high.

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183 8/14 SAM, a Mundingo, he either cannot or will not give any account to whom he belongs, or where he comes from, no mark, slim made with red lips, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 8/17 MARY ANN, a creole, to Mrs. CREW no mark, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 8/24 JU BA, a creole, to the estate of THOMAS LINTON, dec., or JOHN LINDSAY WATT St. Ann, no mark. 8/26 HANNAH, a creole, to Miss JUDITH SCARLET marked W S on right shoulder, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 9/6 JUNO, a Mundingo, to the Spring Estate, St. James, mark on right shoulder G G B 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 9/19 SUKEY, Juno s daughter, a creole, to the Spring Estate, St. James, no mark, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/19 WILLIAM JONES, a creole, to a Mr. DICKSON, who lives with Mr. Forbes a free person of colour, at Bellvue s set tlement, St. Ann, marked H M K in one, D on top left shoulder, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 9/23 SALLY, a creole, formerly to Mrs. NUTTALL now to Mr. WALKER Bamboo Estate, Hanover, marked A S between, on right shoulder. 10/11 JAMES, a Mungola to Mr. JOHNSON, Kingston, marked like H on both shoulders. 10/12 WILLIAM, a Moco to BARRETT HALL St. James, marked like I legible on right shoulder. 10/12 FOX, a Papa, to Belmount Estate, marked E V right shoulder. 10/15 [ NONAME ] a Negro man, who is dumb but not de af; from signs he is a creole, and come from windward, no mark, but of a sore on right arm, 5 ft. 41/4 in. high. 10/18 BECKFORD, alias QUACO, an elderly creole, says he went to the woods when a little boy, that his master s name was WHITE and lived about Black River, some marks on his right shoulder, which he says were sores, 5 ft. 5 in. high. 10/18 SANDY, or SHANDY, a Congo, to a Mr. CAMERON who has lost his hand, about Landovery Estate, St. Ann, marked A C reversed, betwixt, on right shoulder, count ry marks on his belly, a scar under left eye, 5 ft. 2 1/2 in. high. 10/18 DAMON, a creole, to Vale Royal Estate, no mark, 5 ft. 81/2 in. high. 11/18

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184 Westmoreland Workhouse 1816. [CC] MILLEY, a Coromantee to Friendship Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 1/5 CUBA, an Eboe to Paul Island Estate, Westmoreland, no brandmark. 1/21 BOB, a Mundingo, to Captain DRISDALL Westmoreland, marked I D both shoulders. 1/21 MITCHEL, a Mundingo, to Retrieve Estate, Westmoreland, marked right shoulder not visible. 1/28 LIDDY, a Papa, to DAVID GRANT Lincoln Estate, Westmoreland, marked on both shoulders not visible. 1/29 BILL, a Moco to Mr. CAMERON, Pell River Estate, Hanover, no brand mark. 2/10 GEORGE, a Moco to Calladona Estate, Westmoreland, marked T I left s houlder. 2/13 CAPTAIN, a Papa, to the estate of Mr. STEWART, dec., says Mr. Franet is his trustee, Springfield Estate, Hanover, no brand mark. 2/17 JAMES, a creole, to Lincoln Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 2/19 WILL, a Canga, to the estate of Mr. CLARK E dec., says Mr. Grant his trustee, Morgans Bridge, Westmoreland. 3/1 JIMMY, a creole, to Miss BESSY SMITH St. Elizabeth. 3/20 CHARLES, a Chamba to Mr. GREEN Falmouth, marked R B, on top, right shoulder. 3/29 PRICE, an Eboe to Bath Estate, Westmo reland, no mark. 3/29 BETTY, an Eboe to Friendship Estate, no mark. 3/29 WILLIAM, a creole, sambo man, to Mr. LAWRENCE Tryall Estate, St. James, no mark. 4/1 CELVIA, a creole, to Retrieve Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 4/2 FREDERICK, a creole boy, to Retrieve Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 4/2 JACK, a Congo, to Mr. ANDERSON, Lucea, marked right shoulder not visible. 4/11 HECTOR, a Mundingo, to Mr. STRICKLAND HYLTON no mark. 4/16 ROBERT, a Papa, to Miss BUTLER Lucea, no mark; brought in by the Mar oons. 4/18 ROBIN, an Eboe to Paul Island Estate, Westmoreland, marked right shoulder, not visible. 4/18

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185 DAMSIL, a Coromantee to Mr. BRANDFORD, May Day, St. Elizabeth, marked F T right shoulder. 4/21 HARRIET, an Eboe with her two children, ABIGAIL a nd COMBA, to Lenox Estate, Westmoreland, marked G S right shoulder. 4/22 QUAMINA, a Congo, to Mr. THELWELL Westmoreland, marked right shoulder not visible. 4/27 CUDJOE, an Eboe to Mr. GEORGE ATKINSON, Lucea, marked right shoulder not plain. 5/22 KITTY a creole, to Great Valley Estate, Hanover, no mark; brought in by a Maroon man. 5/22 QUASHEBA, a creole, to Paul Island Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 5/25 THOMAS, a mulatto boy, to Mr. SCARLETT Cornwall Estate, St. James, no mark. 5/31 PATIENCE, a c reole, to Petersfield Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 6/19 DUKE, a Moco to Bluefields Estate, Westmoreland, marked D M on top, both shoulders. 7/12 WILL, a Mundingo, to George s Plain Estate, Westmoreland, marked U T left shoulder. 7/21 SAM, a Congo, to the estate of Mr. PETER WATSON dec., Westmoreland, no mark. 8/5 ORONOCO, a Congo to Mrs. MARY FOSTER Westmorela nd, marked T Y on right shoulder. 8/6 NIMROD, a creole, to Moore Park Estate, St. James, no mark. 8/7 LIVERPOOL, an Eboe to Miss HUNTER Westmoreland, marked I H right shoulder. 8/7 ROBERT, a Chamba to Wood Church Estate, Hanover, marked W on top, with another letter not visible left shoulder. 8/14 TOMEY, a creole, to Miss ANN PRINCE Westmoreland, marked A P left shoulder. 8/18 NED, a Mundingo, to Mr. PATRICK Falmouth, no visible mark. 8/23 KING, a creole, to Tilston Estate, Trelawny, says Mr. ROGER DOBSON is his trustee, no mark. 8/25 STEPHEN, an Eboe to Mr. JAMES LAWSON, Westmoreland, no mark. 8/25 HENRY, a Mundingo, to Petersfield Estate, Westmoreland, marked L on left shoulder. 8/27

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186 EDWARD, a creole, to Miss MARY SHAW Lucea, no mark. 8/ 27 WILLIAM, a Coromantee to ROBERT WATT, Montego Bay, marked C on both shoulders. 8/28 DAVY, a Moco to Mr. CUNNINGHAM Montego Bay, no mark. 8/29 JOE, a Chamba to George s Plain Estate, Westmoreland, marked M P on left shoulder. 8/29 TOM, a Congo, t o Mr. JOHN HOGG, Westmoreland, marked right shoulder, not visible. 8/29 CUFFEE, a Papa, to the estate of Mr. OLDFIELD dec., says Mr. Lumley is his trustee, Westmoreland, no mark. 9/2 FOX, a creole, to Miss KITTY JONES St. Elizabeth, no mark. 9/14 PETER, a Moco to Mr. WILKIE St. James, no mark. 9/14 GEORGE, a Nago to Mr. McL EAN, May Savannah, marked both shoulders not visible. 9/14 NEPTUNE, a creole, to Haughton Estate, Hanover, no mark. 9/16 JOHN, a Mundingo, to Pell River Estate, Hanover, marke d N M both shoulders. 9/17 QUEEN, a creole, to Mr. GRANT a brown man, Hanover, marked right shoulder, not visible. 10/2 GEORGE, an Eboe to Lincoln Estate, Westmoreland. 10/6 JEFFRIE, a creole boy, to Maylersfield Estate, Westmoreland, no mark; brought in by the Maroons. 10/12 TOM, a Congo, to Doctor SPENCE Montego Bay, marked I D left shoulder. 10/23 MARGARET, a creole, to Mr. CAMERON, Lucea, marked D M underneath, right shoulder. 10/24 PHEBA, a saltwater creole, to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS Kingston, m arked H right shoulder. 10/29 1817 Clarendon Workhouse 1817. [CC] SUKEY, a Moco says she belongs to Miss BROWN a free brown woman, Kingston, marked on

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187 right shoulder S B ; brought in by the Maroons. 7/25 NATT, or MATT a creole, says he belongs to Hal e Hall Estate; brought in by the Maroons. 7/27 WILLIAM THOMAS, a sambo creole, says he is free, and has produced a certificate of his freedom and baptism, which appears strongly to be a forgery, from the manner it is worded, dated 16th April, 1781, a resi dent of St. Ann, and baptized there from the county of St. Thomas in the East, by the Rev. Mr. Williamson, witness George Strawn, George Furnish, and William Russell; no visible brandmark. 8/19 THOMAS WILLIAMS, a creole, says he belongs to a Mr. RICHARDS a horsebreaker, Spanish Town, travelling as a servant in company with the above William Thomas, marked on the right shoulder D on top. 8/19 JOHN, a Papa, says he belongs to Mr. MORGAN a white man, Spanish Town, now to Mr. McL EAN, near the Church, Spanish Town, marked on right shoulder R L between. 8/26 BOB, a Moco says he belongs to STEPHEN BEN a brown man, St. Elizabeth, marked on left shoulder S B 9/12 SHARPER, a Moco he was bought out of the ship by Mr. JOHN LAWS formerly of this parish, who left him to Miss SALLY QUINSHBOURG a woman of colour, Kingston, marked on left shoulder with I O ; brought in by the Maroons. 9/ 24 JOE, a creole, said he belonged to Miss ANN MATHEE a brown woman, St. Mary, no visible brandmark, a mark of the whip on right shoulder like a V which he says he received from the driver; brought in by the Maroons. 9/27 WILLIAM, a Mundingo, says he b elongs to Knight s Estate, Vere, or to Mr. MOSES BRAVE and Mr. Shand is the trustee, marked on the right breast P I O and pitted in the face with the smallpox. 9/28 WILLIAM, a creole, says he belongs to Miss PRESCILLA BROOKS St. Elizabeth, no mark. 10/ 11 JOHN, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. HARRISON, KnockPatrick, marked on both shoulders P B. 10/11 Hanover Workhouse 1817. [CC] BOB, a Moco to Forrest Penn, St. Elizabeth, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/24 Kingston Workhouse 1817. [CC] POLLY, an Eboe to a Mr. CAMPBELL marked A B on left shoulder. 5/11

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188 ELIZA, alias BETTY a Mungola to Miss MARY SMITH, now says to TERRANT marked I M on both shoulders. 7/7 BETSEY, a creole, marked P on her shoulders, and has a scar on her stomach. 7/29 ROBERT, a creole, to STEWART, no mark. 7/29 JOHN, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES REID a carpenter, Mount Pleasant, near Mammee River, marked with C R on right shoulder. 8/22 WILLIAM, a sambo creole, to Miss OLIVIA HALSTEAD, dec., has lost part of his nose, and mark not plain on right shoulder. 8/23 SALLY, a Mungola to the estate of Mr. BISSETT dec., marked R H on left shoulder; says she was marked by Mr. ROBERT HUNTER along with her son QUAMIN [who is ] about seven years of age. 9/3 KING, a Mungola to the estate of WILLIA M BEZECK dec., says that Mr. Fishley is his trustee, no mark. 9/8 BOB, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM McK AY Williamsfield Plantation, marked W M between, on left shoulder. 9/12 ESTHER, a creole, to Mr. READY, Leith Hall Estate, no brand mark. 9/15 JOE, a creole boy, to Mr. FERGUSON, no brandmark. 9/16 CHARLOTTE, a Mungola to Mr. SAMUEL marked A G S on left, and M S on right shoulder. 9/17 POLYDORE, alias JOHN PATRICK, a Bermudian [ creole], to Mr. MACKELASHAN, Spanish Town, marked apparently I G P C the P reversed, and a on top of each, on right shoulder; says he was marked by Mr. DONALD CAMPBELL 9/22 QUASHIE, a creole, to Dr. BENNETT St. Mary, marked W B T on top, on left, and W B on top, on right shoulder. 9/26 BELLA, a creole, to Miss BAKER no mark and her right hand is scalded. 10/3 HOPE, an Eboe says he was sold to Mr. ORWIN of St. John, marked R T on right shoulder, with a scar. 10/5 JAMES, an Eboe and says that his master lives at Lime Savanna, in Clarendon, mark not plain, on right shoulder. 10/6 DIAMOND, a Moco to the Rev. EDW MARSHALL Mount Moses, St. Andrew, no brand-

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189 mark. 10/8 CHARLES, a Congo says he belongs t o the estate of Mrs. WOOD a black woman, dec., and that Mr. Bogle is his trustee, no brandmark. 10/8 JACK, a Mungola to Whitehall Estate, marked G P W H on top, on both shoulders. 10/8 JAMES, a Coromantee to ROSS marked B C reversed, on left breast and has a blotch, not plain on right breast, and both shoulders. 10/13 ISAAC, a creole, to SPRAIGS, no mark. 10/14 WILLIAM, a creole, to BOYDEN, no brand mark. 10/16 JOHN, a Mungola to the estate of Miss MARY CAMPBELL and says Mr. REID at Hearts E ase Penn, is his trustee, has a cut over his left eye. 10/16 Morant Bay Workhouse 1817. [CC] SOLOMON NEED, an American [ creole], says he arrived in the Melpomene Capt. Vidal, and that he is free, stout made; remanded to the Workhouse by a Special Sessi ons of the Peace, convened on the 11th August, for the purpose of investigating his claims to freedom. 7/4 JOHNNY, a creole boy, to Mr. McK AIRN marked apparently P S on right shoulder. 9/4 Portland Workhouse 1817. [CC] BAPTISM JOHNSON, alias BRISTOL an Eboe to Mr. JOHNSTON, New Providence, no brandmark, has country marks on both temples; received from Kingston Workhouse. 6/23 JUDY, a creole, to JOHN W. HASSEL Esq., marked apparently S W on right shoulder. 8/12 Port Royal Workhouse 1817. [CC] TH OMAS, a creole, to Mr. YOUNG, Kingston Hospital, marked I H on both shoulders, and has marks, not plain, on his breast. 7/24 PRISCILLA, a creole, no mark, to Miss MENDES Spanish Town. 8/29 FRANK ROBINS, an American [ creole], he pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof, marked OIMR on the top, and B M K on the lower part of his right shoulder; to be detained until he proves his freedom. 9/1 St. Andrew Workhouse 1817. [CC] QUEEN, a Congo to Mrs. LAW marked W L on both shoulders. 8/8

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190 R OBERT, a creole, to Capt. ROBINSON, marked H B on right shoulder. 8/14 GEORGE, a creole, to Mr. ROBINSON, marked W R on right shoulder. 8/16 FRANK, an Eboe to Mr. RAE mark not plain on left shoulder. 8/18 JOHN, a Mungola to Mr. RIEUSSETT, marked I H on left shoulder, and H C between, on right breast. 8/22 MARY, a creole girl, to Miss KITTY WILLIAMSON no mark. 8/25 CAESAR, a creole, to Mr. CHARLES S. COCKURN, slightly pock pitted. 9/3 WILLIAM, a creole boy, to Mr. OGILVIE no mark. 9/6 DIDO, a creole, to Mrs. ROSS has a small black mark on her left cheek. 9/19 HANNIBAL, a creole boy, to CLARA JAMES Spanish Town, marked R with on right shoulder. 9/22 BESSY, a Coromantee to Mr. GOOD, Spanish Town, pockpitted. 9/30 BESSY, a Coromantee to Mr. COLEMAN Spanish Town. 10/2 NANCY, a creole girl, to Miss SARAH PEEK, has a scar on her forehead. 10/3 JAMES, a Coromantee to Mr. KERR no mark. 10/6 SALLY, a creole, to Miss TAWES no mark. 10/6 JUBA, a creole, to Whitehall Estate, marked C P on both shoulders. 10/10 BEN, a Mungola to Mr. DUNCOMB no mark. 10/10 LOUISA, a Succo to Mr. LITTLEJOHN Annotto Bay, no mark. 10/16 NANCY, a creole, to Miss NELLY TURNER no mark. 10/16 St. Ann Workhouse 1817. [CC] QUACO, a creole, to JAMES CLAYTON WHITE Esq., Whitehall, Portland, marked D N on his right shoulder. 10/10

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191 St. Elizabeth Workhouse 1817. [CC] BILLY, a creole, to Mr. WILLIAM ROSE Hanover, mark of a scald on left breast, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 6/30 WILLIAM, a Coromantee to the estate of ELEANOR WILLIAMS dec., St. Ann. 6/30 MARGARET, a creole, says he formerly belonged to Capt. DIXON a black man, but does not know her present owner, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 8/27 CHARLES, a Congo formerly to Mr. LUND and Dr. PORTER of Vere, is his trustee, m arked I L with C M C on top, on right, and I L on left shoulder, with E L on left breast, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 8/27 ROBERT, a Congo to Mr. BROWN a butcher, Kingston, marked R H on both shoulders, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 9/13 JANE, a creole, to Mr. JOSEPH PHILL IPS Kingston, marked I D and V not plain, on left shoulder, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 9/14 SALLY, a Congo, to Miss MARGARET McL EOD marked M on right shoulder, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 9/25 BEN, a creole, to Mrs. JONES Cove, Westmoreland, 5 ft. 7 in. high. 9/28 S t. George Workhouse 1817. [CC] WILLIAM, an American [ creole], pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof, and says he came from New Providence with the 2nd West India regiment, as a steward to Col. PYE no mark, his skin is very black. 8/6 M ARGARET HIBBERT, alias FEBROSS a creole, pretends to be free but can produce no evidence thereof, very black skin. 8/19 JAMES ROBINSON, an Eboe says his former name was GILL and that he once belonged to Mr. OGILVIE late of Jack s Bay, but now to a Mr. ROBINSON, marked apparently W H on right shoulder. 8/19 WILLIAM, a creole, to Greenwood Estate, St. Mary. 10/8 JOHN, a creole, to Mrs. CATHERINE ANDERSON, marked C A on right breast. 10/14 DEE, a Mungola to Augusta Vale Penn. 10/14 St. James Workhouse 1817. [CC] JUDY, a Congo, from New Providence, no brand mark. 7/23

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192 WILLIAM, a creole, a pioneer from Park Camp, no brandmark. 7/29 FRANCOIS, a creole of St. Domingo, says he belongs to Messrs. OSTARA and ONSSROY, brandmarked apparently N right shoulder, 5 ft. 81/2 in. high. 10/1 QUACO, a creole, says he belongs to PURLING STREAM brandmarks obliterated, 5 ft. 3 in. high. 10/12 JAMES, an Eboe to Catherine Mount Estate, brandmarked S apparently both shoulders, has a wooden leg, 5 ft. 21/2 in. high. 10/14 NIMROD, a creole, says he belongs to Mr. WILLIAM HINE marked both shoulders W H 5 ft. 51/2 in. high. 10/14 CHANCE, a Papa, says she belongs to ROBERT JOHNSON, near Darliston, marked W B both shoulders, 5 ft. 1 in. high. 10/23 St. Mary W orkhouse 1817. [CC] SAM, a creole, pretend to be free and has a certificate of his having been discharged from his Majesty s ship Queen Charlotte Capt. Bossy, on board of which he served as supernumerary from the 17th to the 22nd Oct., 1816. 6/23 THOMAS a Papa, to the estate of WILLIAM JAMES dec., or Mr. GORDON, Arden coffee plantation, Vere, marked with a small W I on right shoulder. 7/29 CHLOE, a Moco and her male CHILD, to M. Maribeau or Chivoleau, Kingston, marked E Y A N on top, and G or C 9/9 ELIZABETH, a creole, to the estate of THOMAS BREARCLIFFE Esq., dec., marked S C I K on top, on left shoulder. 9/16 CHARLES M c MANNIG, a Congo, to Messrs. STEEL & KINLOCH GoldenVale Estate, Portland, marked I S between, on both shoulders. 9/30 ZEL LA, a Coromantee to Mr. SCHREYER Mount Regale, St. Mary. 10/3 Spanish Town Workhouse 1817. [CC] ROBERT GIBSON, a creole, says that he formerly belonged to Charlmount Estate, but now says he is free, has no document of his freedom, marked apparently H both shoulders. 7/5 WILLIAM PALMER, a Fuller [Fulah], says he was discharged from the Queen Charlotte and arrived in his majesty s ship Larne has no documents to prove the fact, marks of old sores on his right arm. 7/7

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193 JAMES, a creole, to WINTWORTH BAY LEY Esq., or Chatsworth Estate, windward, no brandmark. 8/12 BEN THOMAS, a mustee [ creole], says he is free, and a native of Barbados, but has no document of such freedom. 8/20 WILLIAM, a Mungola to Mrs. WHITTAKER of Port Royal, mark both shoulders obliterated. 8/22 SAM, a creole, to Mr. MARTIN Port Royal, marked H W left shoulder. 8/22 THOMAS GREEN, a creole quadroon, says he is free, but cannot shew any document of such freedom, no brandmark. 8/22 MARY ANNE GREEN, a creole quadroon, says she is free, but cannot produce any document. 8/22 ELEANOR GREEN, a creole quadroon, says she is free, but cannot produce any document. 8/22 JOHN GREEN, a creole quadroon, says he is free, but cannot produce any document. 8/22 GEORGE GREEN, a creole quadroon, says he is free, but cannot produce any document. 8/22 MARY, a saltwater creole, a slave to the above children, marked apparently E B [E reversed], R on top, on right shoulder. 8/22 PETER, a creole boy, a slave to the above children. 8/22 BILLY, a Con go to the estate of Dr. JOHNSON, late of Clarendon, has his country marks on his back, a hole through his left ear. 9/3 PRIMUS, a Coromantee to CHARLES WILLIAM HALL Esq., Stoney Hill, has lost half his nose. 9/3 CHARLES, a creole, to THOMAS ADDISON, E sq., or to Papine Estate, St. Andrew, mark on both shoulders obliterated. 9/8 WILLIAM WHITE, a creole, says he is free but has no documents of such freedom, no brandmark. 9/10 DEVONSHIRE, a Chamba to Mr. LINDO in Kingston, marked apparently F R right s houlder. 9/21 JAMES, a Chamba to Mr. BADOCK, near Stoney Hill, marked on right shoulder obliterated. 9/21

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194 AMELIA, a creole, to Mr. HEMMINGS in Kingston. 9/21 WILLIAM, a creole, to Mr. PATERSON, in St. Dorothy, marked M F right shoulder. 9/23 WILLIAM FORD, a creole, to Mr. BERNARD MILBACK, Coffee Mountain, Portland, marked both shoulders and on his rump obliterated. 9/29 DUKE, a creole, to Doctor PAGE in the Walks, marked R P both shoulders. 9/30 JACK, a creole, to Mr. PARK, from the Mountains nea r the Ferry, no mark. 10/2 BETSEY, a creole girl, to Mons. LODRE in Kingston. 10/2 WILLIAM, a creole, to Flint River Estate, St. Mary. 10/2 JOHN, a creole, a sambo, to Mr. JAMES MILLER of Marblehead, in St. Elizabeth. 10/2 PHILL, a creole boy, to Mis s SAVAGE Kingston, no brandmark. 10/2 PRIMUS, a creole, formerly to BESSY DICKSON a brown woman, lost two of his toes of his right foot. 10/2 JAMES, alias EDWARD a Mundingo, says he belongs to the Ramble Estate, Vere, supposed to belong to Mr. TABBERN ER marked left shoulder not plain. 10/6 MINGO, a creole, to Longville Estate in St. Dorothy, marked R L both shoulders. 10/7 MOLLY JONES, an Eboe to DONALD FRASER Esq., no mark. 10/11 ABERDEEN, an Eboe to Mr. BRANDS overseer at Parnassus. 10/11 J AMES, a Mungola to Mr. WILLIAM YOUNG a butcher in Kingston, lost the use of his left arm. 10/12 LIVERPOOL, a Mundingo, to Mr. OWEN a master attendant at the King s Yard, Port Royal, marked H right shoulder. 10/15 SARAH, a creole, to Puseyhall Estate, no mark. 10/15 Trelawny Workhouse. [CC] WILLIAM, a Congo, to Major FRASER who resides at Mr. Lourie s penn by UpPark Camp, no mark, 5 ft. 11/2 in. high. 9/19 CHARLES, a creole, to JOSEPH JONES Esq., Heathfield, St. Elizabeth, no marks, 5 ft. 7 in.

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195 hig h. 9/28 HENRY, a creole, to Mr. ALEXANDER YOUNG Spring Estate, mark like C reversed on left shoulder, 5 ft. 4 in. high. 10/10 DOCTOR, alias BUMPER a Canga to Vale Royal Estate, marked on both shoulders T P T 5 ft. 31/2 in. high. 10/14 WILLIAM, a Co ngo to ALEXANDER YOUNG, Spring Estate, no mark, 5 ft. 93/4 in. high. 10/17 MATTHEW, an American [ creole], to Mr. EBENEZER PEAT, Bryan Castle Estate, marked S C on top 5 ft. 7 in. high. 10/18 Westmoreland Workhouse. [CC] JOHN, a creole, to Mr. CAMPB EL Water Valley Estate, St. Ann, marked apparently I F both shoulders; brought in by the Maroons. 7/2 PATHANA, a creole, to Meylersfield Estate, Westmoreland, no mark. 10/15 JOHN, a creole boy, to Mr. STEVENSON, Beverly Estate, St. James, no mark. 10/20


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