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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
oad, five Miles North of Richmond, and 17 Slaves Thereon. By virtue of a deed of trust from the late Gorvas Storrs to Edwin Burton, (for whom the undersigned, J. B. Young, has been substituted by a decree of Henrico County Court,) and James Lyons, bearing 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 Monday, theFor 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
Theatre — benefit night. --The deservedly popular actress, Mrs. Waller, whose chaste and life-like representations have been so much admired and applauded by our play-goers, is to take a benefit at the Theatre to-night. Mrs. W. is to appear in the "Lady of Lyons," as Pauline, and in the "Stranger," as Mrs. Haller; and we venture to assert that she will sustain them both in the most unexceptionable manner. Mrs. W. is an excellent reader, has a full, melodious voice, and is withal one of the best stage actresses of the day. We invite our play-goers to turn out in full force, and give Mrs. W. a crowded house.
oad, 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, bearing 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 Monday, the 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
ge 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 decree of Henrico County Court,) and James Lyons, bearing 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 Monday, the 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 Girl
ridge 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 decree of Henrico County Court,) and James Lyons, bearing 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 Monday, ther 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 Girl
Dyes. --A chemist of Lyons announces that the coloring matter of any tree may be known by the color of its fruit, and advises the boiling of the bark with lime, in water, when a precipitate will be formed of the same color as its fruit. Several of the new vegetable dyes have been discovered by this simple process.
y Col. Harrison, as a substitute for the resolutions of Col. McRae: Revolved. That our Senator and Delegate in the House of Representatives be requested to frame and put through the Legislature a bill authorizing the County Court of Henrico to raise by loan, $2,500 for the purpose of arming the county to be submitted to a vote of the people within five days from its passage. Col. McRae then withdrew his resolutions, and a speech was made by Mr. Cox, and a long letter read from James Lyons, Esq., in favor of authorizing the Court by law, to purchase arms for the county, and pledging his aid to all measures for resistance to aggression. After some further speaking, a vote was called for on Col. Harrison's resolution, and Messrs F. Stearns and A. R. Holliday, were appointed tellers. The vote resulted — ayes 100, noes 87; so the resolution passed. Mr. Mayo offered a resolution to appoint a committee of five from each magisterial district, to raise, by private subscr
I unhesitatingly answer that I neither saw nor heard anything insulting, unkind or discourteous to the Prince. I considered the reception of His Royal Highness at Richmond to be in no degree interior in courtesy and cordiality to that which he met with in the other cities which he visited in the United States. I need say no more to assure you that it was regarded as perfectly satisfactory, and remembered with pleasure and gratitude. I am, sir. your Honor's most obedient, humble servant. Lyons.The Honorable Joseph Mayo,"Mayor of Richmond." "Richmond, Dec. 18, 1860. My Dear Sir: In reply to the interrogatory propounded by you to me this morning, relative to the alleged insult offered to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, curing his recent visit to this city. I can most unhesitatingly affirm that I neither saw nor heard any act or word that could, in the remotest degree, be construed into a mark of disrespect to His Royal Highness. I was in the suite of His
Big reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William He is a mulatto, and has a hugh head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. Lyons in Richmo the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William He is a mulatto, and has a hugh head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. Lyons in Richmond. ja 1-- Thos. I. Lyne. the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William He is a mulatto, and has a hugh head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. Lyons in Richmond. ja 1-- Thos. I. Lyne.
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