Clipped From The Bucks County Gazette
a and returned old who returned Atlantic West young is G. Mrs. Rico; the Sheriff's Sale of Seal Estate, B Y virtue of a writ ol 1,0van Facias, directed, will be sold at public s^le on FRIDAY, SKPTEMBEB I2th, 1902, at 11 o'clock a.m., at the Shenll's office, borough ot Uoylestown, Bucks county, Pa tbe tollowing described real estate, to-wit All that certain tract of land, situate In township ot Norihaiupton, county 01 Bucks state aforesaid, bounded and described according to a plot drawn by J. Â·Pemberton H sou, C. K.. from his survey of J u l v , 1892, duly recorded In the Recorder's office at town.tn said county, as follows, MZ . Beginning at a stone In th middle oi a public knowu as the Bridgeton and Attleboro road, line ot land now or late of the e-tate ot Camm, thence by the same and lands of David Feaster (formerly ol Aaron Keaster) nve degrees and titty-seven minutes cast six perches and sixty-elght-huudredths ol a perch to a corner ol lands tormerly part same tract with this and designated as on the aloresald jilau, recently sold to E. Murphy, thence along tbe southerly Bide ot same north eighty-seven degiees and twenty- nine minutes east sixty-sin perches, and eight-hundredths of a perch to the mildle Highland avenue on said plan, in line of tormerly also pait ol the same tract with and recently conveyed to John Airy, thence the same (1) along the middle ot said south two degrees and thirty-one minutes six perUiei and eighty-eigbt-humlredtliB ot u. perch, Â»nd (2) along tho southerly side ol tract north eighty-seven degrees and twenu- iiine minutes east sixtj-iwo peiches and hundredtlrs ot a perch to tbe middle ot public road, thence along the middle ol Â·lime and by land ol tzeklel E. Krewson, mtrly ot L.OWIS Hatiaman, (I) south thirteen degrees Â»ml thlrtj-hve minutes east torty-six perches and fourteen-hundredthsot a perch, (.i) south tllcy-two degrees and titty-live east nineteen perches and six-teni hs ot a to a corner in the middle of the " N Road," thence along tus middle ol the by lands ol Jonathan K. Cornell, formerly David Cornell south thirty-nine degrees west thirty-seven perches and ninety-seven ono-huo- dredthsto a comer of lauds ot Samuel 1). Cornell, formerly also ot David Cornell, thence the same south eighty-six degrees and mne minutes west one hundred and forty-oiie peiches and seventy-two one-hundredths ot perch to the place ot beginning. Containing Eighty-one acres and one hundred and lortj- eiijht and loin-tenths square perches (81 148 4-10 Per.) more or less. Excepting and reserving therefrom and thereout, all that lot piece ot land sold by Alfred B Evans et administrators, etc., to The Philadelphia, and New York Railroad Company, beginning at anoint in the middle of the "New Boad," thence extending along the south tho "Right of way" ol the said Philadelphia Newtown and New Yoi k Kailroad south lour degrees and fifteen minutes west three and forty feet (340 teet) to a point, land of which this was apart south fifteen degrees and forty-live minutes east one hundred and ninety four leet to the middle of Huek Koad," thence along the middle of same 1101 th forty-tour degrees and thirty minutes east three hundred and ninety-two teet the place ot beginning. Containing three- rourths of an acre ol land, more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the ot Harry Forrest Webb, mortgagor, and kus r. Hauck, real owner ot laud charged to be sold by B. FRANK HOBENSACK, Sheriff. Sheriff 8 Office, Doylestown, Pa., Aug.