Public sale of twenty Likely Young negroes in the Upper end of Goochland county.
--On Tuesday, the 27th day of January, 1863, on the White Hall
road, at the late residence of George T. Matthews
, now occupied by Capt. Pannill, Jr.
, five miles Northeast from Columbia
, will be sold by auction twenty young negroes — men, women, girls and boys; I rough carpenter, cook and laundress.
Persons attending the sale from Richmond
will arrive at Columbia
at six o'clock A. M., and those from Lynchburg
Saturday evening previous to day of sale.
By packet boat conveyance may be had from Columbia
to the sale.
Will be sold at the same time three yokes of heavy Oxen and other Cattle, four young and well broke Harness horses, Ox Wagon, four-horse Wagon, &c.