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4j. VALUABLE FARM At AUCTION. By ij?S virtue of a decree of the High Court of Chancery -of -of Mary land, passed in theoauseof Beacham. A o., vs. Beacham, Ac, thesub&cnber.aa Trustee, will sell, 011 WEDNESDAY, the 29th May, at the Exchange in the city of Baltimore, a valuable FAKM, formerly occupied by the late James Beacham, situated about S miles from Baltimore, bounding on the south side ot the Frederick Turnpike, ad 101 nine the farms of Meesrs. Hewlett, Iddicgs and Muliikin. and containing containing 220 acres the soil is the red ohocolate. There are abnut40 aores in Wood;3' in Wheat; loin Oats; the balance in Clover and Ti molhy . well set; bo to 70 acres being rich Meadow. Every field is watered. The land is ol the very best quality and highly productive. The improvements are a comfortable FRAME DWELLING; a large Switzer Barn, first story ol stone; stone Spring House, Ice House, Ac. J he larm could ce nuvancageousiy oiviocu. 1 here are upon it several beautiful sites lor dwellings, 00m-I 00m-I mandine a full view of the citv. harbor and I a bay. The place will be sold either in whole or in parcels as may seem desirable at the sale. A plat maybe seen on application to the Trustee. The title is indisputable. Possession given immediately, immediately, reserving "right to save the crop of wheat and oats now in the ground-Terms ground-Terms ground-Terms of sale, one-tbird one-tbird one-tbird cash on day of sale, balance balance six and twelve months, with interest and approved approved notes or bonds. W. A. TALBOTT, Trustee, CANNON, BENNETT A CO., m7-eots m7-eots m7-eots Auctioneers. "