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aturday last, pursuant to a notice in the newspapers. The meeting was called to order by James Lyons, Esq., the President, who made a verbal report of the action of the Executive Committee the psolution, which was adopted, that the Society proceed now to the election of officers. President Lyons retired from the Chair, which was filled by Mr. Galt, of Fluvanna. The office of President being the first to fill, Mr. Myers nominated for that position James Lyons, Esq., and there being no opposition, his election was declared to be unanimous. Mr. Lyons returned thanks for he Mr. Lyons returned thanks for he renewal of confidence on the part of the members, and promised to devote his best energies to the success of the Society. Mr. Myers nominated the following gentlemen for Vice Presidents, and theawarded at the late Fair had been paid, and why other premiums now due had not been paid. Mr. Lyons stated that all the premiums, except in one or two classes, where misunderstandings had occurr
dge road, five miles North of Richmond, and 17 Slaves thereon. By virtue of a deed of trust from the late Gervas Storrs to Edwin Burton, (for whom the undersigned, J. B. Young, has been substituted by a degree of Henrico County Court, and James Lyons, beating date on the 11th May, 1829 duly recorded in Henrico County Court the undersigned trustees, in conformity to the provisions of the said deed of trust, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the premises, on the 31st da the real estate one-fourth cash; balance at 12, 18 and 24 months, for negotiable notes, interest added secured by a trust deed, or title retained. For the Slaves 4 months credit, for approved, endorsed, negotiable paper, interest added. James Lyons, Trustees. John B. Young, Trustees. P. S.--As Executors of Mrs. Martha Storrs, dec'd, we shall at the same time and place, sell all of her Personal Estate, consisting of the following 7 valuable slaves, viz: 2 Men, 2 Women, 2 Girls and 1