PUBLIC SALE. / [bold rule] / Charles W. Thurston, &c., vs. E.H. Taylor's Heirs, &c. / In Chancery / [followed by four paragraphs of text describing the sale, to be held at the Court House door in Louisville, Kentucky, to settle the debts of the deceased E.H. Taylor]. Signed in type at the end "John A. Crittenden, M.L.C.C. / Charles J. Meng, Deputy. / June 23, 1847."
Louisville, KY: Louisville Chancery Court, 1847. Printed broadside, 17 3/4 x 12 inches, employing bold capital letters for the head. In the block were Taylor's slaves "Isaac, Minerva, and Rachel ... the slaves will be first sold if produced," along with four large parcels of land, 22 to 1000 acres, in Ballard County and "in Jefferson County, on the waters of Goose Creek." Several ink notations have been made, recording a bid on one parcel of land by "C. Pope," noting the date of the sale on the verso, correcting a misspelling of "Ballard" in the text, and noting a lien on one of the parcels of land. Not in Hummel. Not located on OCLC. Folded; old repairs to folds on verso, some offset, but a very good copy. (#5052). Item #58090