This item consists of several documents that relate to an inventory and evaluation made of the goods and chattels belonging to Claudio Joseph Villars Dubreuil at the request of his creditors, Francisca Petit de Coulange widow Villemont, Francisco Bouligny, and others. Conducting the inventory were Cecilio Odoardo, Auditor and Assessor of the Province, Commissioners appointed by the interested parties, and the arbitrator. The longest document is the actual inventory, which was carried out between October 7 and November 18. It gave a descriptive listing and evaluation of all movables, immovables, livestock, and slaves owned by Villars, including two plantations upstream from New Orleans, property in the city, and land at Barataria for cattle. Of special interest were the following 1) the descriptions of various buildings on the plantations; 2) lists of tools and equipment; 3) the slave inventories, which included each person's given name, age, sex, minor children, state of health, and origin (''Criollo,'' ''de Guinea,'' ''de nación Senegal'').