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Buckingham county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
In the country. A correspondent writing from Buckingham co., Va., says that the west is in a flourishing condition, and that large tracts of land are followed preparatory to planting corn. If the weather is at all favorable large crops will be harvested. The visits of speculators to that section have made provisions very scarce by the withdrawal from purchase of a large quantity of meat and flour from the market. There is a good deal of thieving going on among the negroes. Mr. Thomas Boatwright was recently robbed of the contents of his smoke-house, and $1,000 worth of brandy which had been distilled for the use of his neighbors. The poor suffer in the country, but not to the same extent as they do in the cities.
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In the country. A correspondent writing from Buckingham co., Va., says that the west is in a flourishing condition, and that large tracts of land are followed preparatory to planting corn. If the weather is at all favorable large crops will be harvested. The visits of speculators to that section have made provisions very scarce by the withdrawal from purchase of a large quantity of meat and flour from the market. There is a good deal of thieving going on among the negroes. Mr. Thomas Boatwright was recently robbed of the contents of his smoke-house, and $1,000 worth of brandy which had been distilled for the use of his neighbors. The poor suffer in the country, but not to the same extent as they do in the cities.