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is dead! George II. is dead! He expired suddenly on the 25th of October! Oh! what a calamity, ye nations. A King die! say the young. We never beard of a King's dying before. We thought it was impossible. A King die! say the old. Such a thing has not happened for the last thirty-three years, to us, at least. True, my friends! even Kings are mortal. The Reverend Mr. Davis, the great Presbyterian divine and orator, will tell you so, if you will only attend his church, in the county of Hanover. Listen to his eloquence almost inspired, most prodigally lavished, upon that dirty old King, who has just gone to his long account, summoned so suddenly that he had no time to prepare, dying in an instant, before he could even know that his spirit was demanded of him. "Ere his very thought could pray, Unrevealed he passed away." See the crowd how it bends and rises, as the storm of eloquence sweeps along or subsides. See the trickling tears, the trembling lips, the passion o
Commissioner's sale of two young and likely Negro men, and Personal property in the county of Hanover, near "Goodall's." --As Commissioner of the County Court of Hanover, appointed by a degree entered on the 29th day of November, 1860 in the cause of Crenshaw vs. Crenshaw I shall sell at public auction, at my residence, on Tuesday, the 1st day of January, 1861 (if fair; if not, the next fair day.) at 12 o'clock M., two young and likely Negro men, the property of Virginia T. Crenshaw, dec'd; and at the same time, as her administrator, I will sell her Perishable property. Terms.--Cash, as to so much as may be necessary to pay the cost of the suit and expenses of the sale; for the residue, a credit of six months, the purchasers giving bonds with approved security. E. J. Crenshaw. Special Comm'er. de 20--d3t1w&cwtds
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield" the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell s, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month, (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of men and Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants-in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or in occupations considered and will the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--did