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Children of Augustine G. Monroe vs. James Monroe, trst., etc.: Chancery Cause, Loudoun County (Part 2 of 2)

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Loudoun County to wit Personally appeared before me, a Justice of the Peace for said County, C. C. McIntyre, and made oath that the annexed Notice has been published for five weeks successively, in the Washingtonian Given under my hand this 31st day of Jan. 1832 Hamilton Boyer

[newspaper clipping} PUBLIC SALE BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Loudoun, in Chancery sitting, entered at the last November term, in the case of A. G. Monroe, &c. vs. James Monroe, &c. , on the 23d day of January next, before the Court House door, in the town of Leesburg, will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, several VALUABLE SLAVES; consisting of one Woman, one Boy, and several Girls. Bond and approved security will be required of the Purchasers. JAMES MONROE, WM. MERSHON, Commissioners. Dec. 31, 1831. The above sale is postponed to Tuesday the 31st instant, to take place as above specified. J. M. & W, M, Com'rs. Jan. 21.