Valuable Farm and the likely Slaves, for sale, in the county of Hanover.
--An Commissioner appointed by the Circuit Court of Hanover county, by a decree rendered on the 6th of October, 1860, in the suit of Talley, &c., vs. Talley, &c., I will sell on the 29th of November next (if fair; if not, the next fair day,) on the premises, the Tract of Land on which John Talley, dec'd, lately resided, containing 252 acres, within 13 miles of Richmond, and 3 miles of the Old Church, and adjoining the lands of R. R. Horn, B W. Talley and others. It has upon it a Dwelling with six rooms, and all necessary out-houses. It lies well for improvement, and is well suited for marketing, as well as farming purposes; is in a good neighborhood and convenient to churches, schools and mills. Mr. Loving, on the premises, will take pleasure in showing it. Also, on the same day, on the premises, ten likely Slaves, most of which are good field hands, and a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer. Terms.--For the Slaves, cash. For the Land, one-third cash; one third in one year and the remaining one-third in two years, the deferred payments carrying interest from day of sale, and the purchaser executing his bonds with good and sufficient security, and the title retained until the whole of the purchase money is paid, and a conveyance directed by the Court.
At the same time and place, will be sold all the Household and Kitchen Furniture, Crops, Stock and Farming Implements of every description, belonging to the estate of John Talley, dec'd.
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