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Buckingham County Deed.

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Notice By Virtue of a Trust deed executed by John Hughboure to the subscribers and of record in the county court of Buckingham, will be sold for cash, on the premises, on the 3rd of Dec.r next a Tract of Land containing ninety two acres in the county of Buckingham- near the Red oak meeting house and adjoining the land of John Pendleton and others- also Four head of Cattle one Bay Horse, Three Feather Beads, one dog chairs, two pence tables, two trunks, one pine cubboard [cupboard], fifteen head of Hogs, and Household and Kitchen Furniture of every description- For the purpose of Satisfying a Debt one Taliaford and Patterson The sum of sixty seven pounds eighteen shillings and three pence with interest from the 15th day of July 1805. Together with the costs of drawing, recording and executing the Deed aforesaid November the 16th 1814 J. Freeland Arch.d Austin