slavery established by royal edict, 5:
first slave sale in. 3 ;
negroes imported and sold in, y ; slavery confirmed, 5;
number of slaves in, in 1784, 38 ; Gazette, advertisements in, 38; slave sold at, 39
legal decisions on slavery in, 96; legislative action on slavery, 96. Rachel, slave, sold, 93. Rachel, dare, buried, 86. Raison, frigate, 94, and a. Randall. D.. wills slave, 53. Rangers. Kings.
officers of. slave-holders, 68. Staudot, ordinance of. 5, 96. Raymond, Rey. 'V. O., cited. to. 104. 118.
Read. S.. his bequest to slave. Ss. Reeves, Judge.
on lover- in Connecticut, 74. 75• Reid, J., has slaves, z4. Report of Col. Morse, 32. Rhode Island, slave-law in, to7. Rhvnn. Dinah, slave. 5c. Rider. J.. has slave mart, to. Ritchie, Andrew, has slaves, 24. Ritchie, John, has slaves, 74. Ritchie, Judge. quoted. 7} Ritchie, Thos.,
attorney for J. Delancey, to5;
his bill for regulating slavery, t 17. River St. John,
early settlers on. t t. 29; Loyalist settlers on, 291 Acadians sell lands on, 29; slaves on the river. 29.
Robblee, T., has slaves, 24. Robert, slave.
limited senitude of, 116. Robertson, J. and A..
bring slaves to Shelburne. 23. Robertson. A.. jr.. has slaves, 23. Robin. slave, released, 96. Robinson. Beverley. has slaves, 24. Robinson, Col. Jas.,
Loyalist slave-holder. 69; daughters' marriage, 69, w. Robinson, T., wills slaves, 55. Rock, John, owns slaves, 12 ; notice of, t A. a.
Rose. slave, freed by will, 91. Rowland, Rev. J. H.,
owner of slaves. 59.