Auction sale of Eighteen valuable Slaves, at Ashland, Hanover county, Va.
--At the request of the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad Company we shall sell at public auction, at Ashland
, Hanover county
, on the said Railroad, 16 miles north of Richmond
, 18 valuable Slaves, conveyed to said Company by Mr. Edwin
. These Slaves are in families and are not only likely, but are of excellent character.
They are all young, embracing Cooks House Servants.
Washers, &c. Farmers and other persons disposed to purchase Servants for their own use, would do well to attend the sale; and to accommodate such, and to enable the Servants, as far as practicable, to obtain owners in this State, they will be sold on a credit of 4 months, for approved, endorsed negotiable paper, interest added.
The sale will take place at Ashland
, on Wednesday, the 14th November, 1860, at 10 o'clock A.M. Persons leaving Richmond
in the morning cars can attend the sale, and return the same day by 2½ o'clock P.M.
no 1 Goddin