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Sale of John Scrivener's property

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Sale of John Scrivener's property - HERRING BAY FARM FOR SALE. The subscribers, bv...
HERRING BAY FARM FOR SALE. The subscribers, bv virtue of a decree of the If Circuit Court for Anne Arundel eountv. passed on the of April last, in a cause whorein Samuel WT. Scrivener nnd others ars complainants, and Eliza Scrivener and others defendants, the subscribers, as trustees, will sell on the premises, at 12 o'clock, M., On FRIDAY, thk 31st ijcstast. that valuable Plantation of the lato John Scrivener, devised to his wife for life, and to his son (Francis George Scrivener) thereafter, consisting of THREE HUNDRED AND FFTY ACRES, more or less. This Farm lies about 2l miles from Friendship, and nbout one mile from the Cove, a steamlxat lanu-inc.where steamers ply twice a week with Baltimore. It adjoins the lands of William Scrivener and Sain'l. Scrivener, and extends to the h.iy shore. There are on thepremises a BRICK DWELLING, Kitchen. Bants. Stables, three Toliacoo Houses, a Wind-Mill and Mill-House, in good order; a Pump of fire Water, a large Meadow, an ahnndancoof TIM BER and WOOD, and an ORCHARD of various Fruits. The soil is suited to Grain and Toliacoo. and. con nected as it is by steamboats with Baltimore, may be made a very pt ifi table market larni. in addition to ine lerillliY oi mis sou mere are i-nuimvr iiinn- e lertilitv ol tins sou there are extensive niari-mks on the premises, cap ible of adding any extent (its productiveness. The IiKsatlon is remarkable for eallh. The neighboring waters are celebrated for banki to health Fiuli. Orsters. Wild Fowl. Ac. The terms of sale are: One-third part of the purchase money in cai-h on the day of sale or of the ratification thereof, and the residue in two equal annual installments, the whole to bear .interest from the day of sale, and to lie secured by the bonds of the puroha-ser.w ithsccunty to be approved by the tnisteea. ol0-ts5 RANDALL A HAGNER.

Clipped from The Baltimore Sun, 17 Oct 1856, Fri,  Page 3

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