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The Citizen
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Description: Valuable Real Estate at Public Auction

Date: December 9 1831

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

Page/Column: 1/2

Valuable Real Estate at Public Auction

By virtue of the last will and testament of Col. John McPHERSON, deceased, the subscriber will offer at public sale, on Wednesday, the first day of February next, at the City Hotel in Frederick, the following valuable property, to wit:

Ist Linganore Mills, situated within 8 (3?) miles of Frederick and a half mile of the Baltimore Turnpike, running four pair of 5 feet burrs, and capable of packing 90 barrels every 24 hours. The mill is built of brick, four stories high, 75 feet by 35 (55?). The machinery is all of cast iron, and in complete repair, with a saw mill, plaster mill, Cooper's shop, warehouse, and two good dwellings attached. The tract contains about 90 acres of land, 22 of which are first rate meadow. Linganore is certainly one of the most constant streams in the State, and is more than competent to drive all the machinery now in operation.

Also for sale - Arcadia.

This estate is so well known in Maryland that a minute description is not deemed necessary; suffice it to say it is situated 3 miles south from Frederick, and contains 656 acres of first rate limestone land, with abundance of wood and water, and is capable of being divided into two convenient farms. Ballinger's Creek runs nearly through the centre of the tract, and affords an excellent seat for any kind of water works, within 50 yards of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road, consisting of an extensive rough case Mansion House, Green house, overseer's house, quarter, and brick Switzer barn, with a permanent Horse Mill and Threshing Machine of the most approved kind attached, &c. &c. &c.

Also for Sale - A Valuable Farm

Within one and a half miles of Woodsboro', [as punctuated] in Frederick County, Md., containing 375 and 3-4 Acres. This tract is capable of being made one of the most productive in the fertile valley in which it is situated, and has wood and water sufficient to admit of a division. The improvements consist of a comfortable log recently thoroughly repaired, new stone Switzer Barn, &c. &c. with one of the best springs in the county near the door.

Also - the following valuable City property:

The house and lot in Patrick St., nearly opposite the City Hotel, occupied by Mr. Basil NORRIS as a grocery store and dwelling house and the one occupied by Mr. D. H. THOMPSON as a dry goods store. This property has always been considered among the most valuable in the city and its location guarantees a profitable investment.

Also, the two story stone house and lot in Patrick Street, occupied by Mrs. GETZ. This lot has 62 feet front and 390 feet deep, and has the rare advantage of a never failing spring in the garden.

Also, the two story brick house and lot in Second Street, now in the occupancy of Mr. POWELL and recently owned by Lewis GREEN, deceased.

Also, the log house and lot in Bentz-Town, now in the occupancy of Fielder FRAZIER.

Also, 60 Acres of Land, bounding on the Washington Turnpike, and within half a mile of Frederick. The terms will be made to suit purchasers and notice given on the day of sale when possession can be had of each property. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. and continue from day to day until all is sold.

Horatio McPHERSON, Acting Exe., December 2.

Submitted: 11/15/07

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