Primary Sources: Newspapers

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  • Form #  – Title
  • N1001 – A Parcel of Negro Boys and Girls to Be Sold (August 15, 1726)
  • N1002 – A Likely Negro Man About 20 Years. . (March 27, 1727)
  • N1003 – Any Gentleman Who Wants 40 Thousand Barrel. .. (January 22, 1728)
  • N1004 – Several Fine Young Negroes to Be Sold. . (June 2, 1729)
  • N1005 – Just Imported from Holland. . . (December 20, 1731)
  • N1006 – To Be Sold By Jacob Royal. . . (May 22, 1732)
  • N1007 – A Likely Negro Girl to Be Sold by Jacob Royal (August 17, 1732)
  • N1008 – NEGROES Male and Female to Be Sold (July 15, 1734)
  • N1009 – [Isaac Royall, Sr. Death Notice] (June 4, 1739)
  • N1010 – [Arrival of Isaac Royall, Jr. and family] (July 25, 1739)
  • N1011 – To Be Sold, Very Good Hay. . . (March 10, 1743)
  • N1012 – To Be Let. . . (March 6, 1752)
  • N1013 – [Worcester County, Notice concerning [‘Royallshire’] (April 30, 1753)
  • N1014 – A Likely Healthy Negro Man, About 29 Years Old. . .(June 30, 1755)
  • N1015 – To Be Let for a Term of Years. . . (March 29, 1756)
  • N1016 – To Be Let for a Number of Years. . . (November 22, 1756 and later)
  • N1017 – Run Away the 12th Instant. . . (September 24, 1759)
  • N1018 – Any Person That Has a Negro (June 8, 1761)
  • N1019 – Sale of the Royall House Estate (Royall Ville) in 1806 (May 21, 1806)
  • N1020 – Jacob Royall Informs His Customers. . . (May 13, 1771)
  • N1021 – Durham’s First Century: Rousing Celebration. . . (August 23, 1889)
  • N1022 – IN BANISHMENT: Loyalists Exiled 121 Years Ago. . . (March 17, 1899)
  • N1023 – Old Slavery Days: Franklin on Slave Tariffs (September 11, 1900)
  • N1024 – Old Slavery Days in Massachusetts (September 12, 1900)
  • N1025 – Isaac Royall, Jr.: The Bostonian Society Listens to a Sketch of the Famous Old Tory (November 11, 1885)