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The Citizen
The Citizen
Contributed by Susan

Description: Real Estate Sales

Date: December 9 1831

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

Page/Column: 4/1

Real Estate Sales

Valuable Town Property For Sale. The subscribers offer at private sale the following property, situated in Frederick-Town, Maryland. The lot [unreadable] from the north east corner of Patrick an Market Streets, now in the occupancy of Mr. WHITEHILL, measuring 37-1/2 feet on Patrick Street by 70 depth and having on it a two-story brick house, used as a store and dwelling, with a two story brick stable in the rear. This property is leased until April next, and will be sold subject to said lease. For terms apply to
Elizabeth HOFFMAN or W. F. HOFFMAN
Ex'rs of John HOFFMAN, Deceased.
October 14, 1831.

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Trustee's Sale. By virtue of a decree of Frederick county court, sitting as a court of chancery, the subscriber will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Monday the 9th of January next, (between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock,) the residue of the real estate of the late Abraham STONER, deceased, consisting of three several parcels, all lying in Frederick County on the Liberty road, five miles from Frederick, adjoining the lands of Nicholas BURGLE, Chester COLEMAN, and William THOMPSON. The first part (which was formerly the residence of the late Col. BEATTY contains about 107 acres of [unreadable] limestone land. [Unreadable] and every field, save one, is conveniently watered, about 25 acres are in good meadow. The improvements consist of a large stone house capacious and convenient, a Switzer brick barn, stabling, distillery, two spring houses, and other necessary out houses. Fine spring water is carried by pipes within a few yards of the kitchen door, and also into the barn yard.

The 2nd part lies adjoining the above, and contains about 200 acres and will be sold in lots of about 10 or 12 acres each; much of this part is in wood of good quality. It is without any other improvements than a common log barn, and two small tenements. There is a fine spring on it. The third part contains about 114 acres chiefly in wood, without improvements, and lies adjoining the lands of Jacob BRENGLE and John STONER (unreadable) and others on the Linganore, distant about 8 (3?) miles from the first mentioned property.

The property is free from the incumbrance of dower, actual or potential. The title is supposed to be indisputable. Possession will be given on the first of April next, subject to the tenant's right to secure his crops. Persons wishing to view the property are invited to call upon the trustee residing in the vicinity.

The terms of sale are: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in hand on the day of sale, or on the ratification thereof by the court at the election of the purchaser, and the residue in four equal annual installments with the interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the notes of the purchaser and approved [unreadable]. Upon payment of all the purchase money, conveyances will be made to the purchaser or purchasers.

John STOUFFER, Trustee
November 25

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Trustee's Sale. By virtue of a decree of Frederick County Court, sitting as a court of chancery, the subscriber will offer at public sale, at the tavern of Mrs. MICHAEL, In Frederick, on Wednesday, the 14th of December next, at 11 o'clock A. M., The small farm whereon the late Baruch HALL, deceased, resided, situate in Frederick County, near the Georgetown Road, and within about a mile of Hyattstown. It contains about ___ acres, of which one third is in wood. The improvements are a small dwelling, a small barn and stable.

It is subject to the incumbrance of the widow's dower. Possession may be had immediately.

The Terms of sale - Cash.
William Schley, Trustee
November 13

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Trustee's Sale. By virtue of a decree of Frederick County Court, sitting as a court of chancery, the subscriber will offer at public sale, at the tavern of Mrs. MICHAEL, in Frederick, on Wednesday, the 11th of December next, at 2 o'clock, P. M., a tract of 146 acres, situated near New Market, now in the occupancy of Mr. Joshua NORWOOD. The improvements are but ordinary. Part of the land is in wood. The title is indisputable, and the property free from all incumbrance. Possession may be had immediately.

The terms of sale are: One half to be paid in hand, and the residue in one year, without interest, to be secured by the [unreadable] of the purchaser in currency.

The above property will be positively sold, without reserve.
William SCHLEY, Trustee
November 13

Submitted: 11/26/07

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