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Pittsburgh There are those who insist that the inviolable societal arrangement is the right to sell anything to anyone at any price. A number of recent changes in the law or recent attempts to change the law are—when stripped down to their essentials—in defense of this principle, this right which may under no circumstances be questioned. On May 23, 1787, a notice was placed in the classifieds section of the Pittsburgh Gazette. “To Be Sold to Any Person Residing in the Country—a Negro Wench—She is an excellent cook and can do any kind of work in or out of doors. She has been registered in Westmoreland county. Produce will be taken, or cattle of any kind. Enquire of Col. John Gibson, Fort Pitt.” In lieu of cash, Gibson would accept cattle of any kind. Or produce. Parsnips? A sack of apples? His right, in any case, to sell anything to anyone at any price.