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By W. Tench & Co., Auctioneers,(Petersburg-Virginia.) Negroes at auction in Petersburg.--On Monday, January 2d, 1865, at 12 o'clock, in front of William Tench &Col's store, we shall sell, to the highest bidder, seven or eight Slaves, belonging to the estate of the late David F. Hoy; most of them females; young and likely. Also, the Household and Kitchen Furniture, Tea and Chinaware, &c., of the late estate. Other Negroes will probably be then offered for sale or hire. Alexander Donnan. Commissioners. John Fraser. Commissioners. W. Tench & Co., Auctioneers. de 31--1t
Valuable Negroes at auction in Petersburg. --On Monday, January 2d, 1865, commencing at 12 o'clock, at Mr. William Tench's store, I shall sell, by auction, to the highest bidder, between fifteen and twenty, Negroes; most of them are young, likely and valuable — men, women, boys and girls. Alexander Donnan, Attorney. William Tench & Co., Auctioneers. de 31--1t