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From the Mon., Jan. 12, 1863 issue

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Ten Negroes, and other Personal Property, AT AUCTION. —As administrator of Jno. Ford, dec'd, I shall proceed to sell upon the premises, on MONDAY, the 12th day of January, 1863, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in the following order, the valuable real estate and personal property, to wit:

  • 1st. The tract of land on which the said John Ford resided, on the Deep Run turnpike, in Henrico, about 8 miles West of the city of Richmond. It contains about 63 acres of land well improved.—The improvements consist of a comfortable dwelling with two rooms, barn, stable, and other necessary out-houses, together with an excellent orchard of the fruit trees.
  • 2d. Another small tract, containing 4½ acres of land, near to the above.
  • 3d. A tract of land on the Deep Run turnpike, 6 miles from the city, on which there is a comfortable dwelling, containing four good rooms, and the usual out-houses. This tract will be sold at 3½ P. M.

After the sale of the first named tract (say commencing at 12 o'clock M.,) will be sold TEN LIKELY NEGROES, containing of men, boys, women, and children.

Also, a large lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture.

Terms—For the real estate, one-third cash, the balance and 12 months, for negotiable with interest added, and by trust deed. If desired, the whole purchase money will be received. For the slaves and other personal property, cash will be required

JOHN A. HUCHEACH.
Late of Henrico county, and as such
Adm'r of Ford, dec'd.
Sale by Jas. M. Taylor & Son, Aucts. de 20