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on the Virginia Central Railroad, and half a mile from Green Bay Crossing, the following property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debt, $2,084.80, secured by said deed of trust, with interest thereon from the 24th October, 1860, and all costs of preparing and enforcing said deed or trust, selling the Negroes first. The property to be sold is thus described in the deed of trust: "Five slaves — man Henry, man Ned, boy John, girl Jane, and woman Milly; and the Tract of Land, and woman Milly; and the Tract of Land, in the county of Hanover, on which the said Burwell B. Dickinson now resides, with all the appurtenances thereof, estimated to contain 56½ acres, being the same land which was conveyed to the said Burwell B. Dickinson by Wm. Hancock, and which adjoins the lands of E. A. Rowzie, Michael Schroeder, and William T. Dickinson." Title believed to be good, but I shall only pass the title vested in me by the deed of trust. John Page, Trustee. mh 16--dt10A
$25 reward. --Ran away from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. Wm. J. Carpenter. mh 20--1m*
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Death of a Survivor of the Groton massacre. (search)
We have heard, though we were not present, that the beautiful flag of the Southern Confederacy, designed to be hoisted Saturday evening in Hanover county, at the head of the Mechanicsville turnpike, was flung to the breeze amidst the plaudits of an enthusiastic auditory; the act being followed by some able dissertations on Southern rights.