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By Goddin & Apperson, Auct's. Executor's Sale of Valuable Private Residence on the West line of 6th, between Clay and Leigh streets. At the request of Mr. William Waller Fulcher. Executor of Mrs. Mary Fulcher, dec'd, we shall sell at public auction, on the premises, on Monday, the 11th March, 1861, at 4½ o'clock P. M., that very excellent and desirably located Brick Dwelling now in the occupancy of Mr. Robert F. Williams. The lot has a front of 60 feet and a depth of 130 feet. The house has about ten rooms, besides ample accommodation for servants. Terms.--One-third cash; balance at 1 and 2 years, for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed. The taxes and insurance for 1861 to be paid by the purchaser. Goodin &Apperson, Aucts. [fe 28]
By Goodin &Apperson, Auct's. Auction Sale of Valuable Real Estate in the city of Richmond, and in Henrico county, Adjacent to said city, and five very young and Likely Slaves.--As attorneys and agents for the parties interested, we shall sell, at public auction, the following very valuable Slaves and Real Estate belonging to the hires of the late Mrs. Eliza Ann Goddin, who was a devisee under the will of her father, the late Major Hugh Davis, dec'd, on Thursday, the 28th day of February, 1861. at 12 o'clock M., in front of the State Court-House, in the city of Richmond, (if fair; if not the first fair day thereafter,) five likely and very valuable young Slaves, viz: Randall, Robert, William, Charles and Albert. One of these Slaves has been accustomed from boyhood to the Grocery business, and is now acting as a Porter in a large establishment. One other has been raised to the house, and is a first-rate Dining-Room Servant, in which capacity he is now employed; and the others are