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"Commisioner's Sale of Land [in the cause of Rachel Miller against James Lucas' Heirs]" Notice.

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Commissioner's Sale of Land. In obedience to an order of the Circuit Court of Rockbridge county date 15th of June 1870, in the cause of Rachel Miller for &c., against James Lucas' Heirs, &c., as Commissioner I will proceed, on the premises, On Tuesday, the 18th of April, 1871, to sell the remainder of the "Pisgah Tract" of near 61 acres of land mentioned in said cause, upon the terms of the decree. Said land lies near 2 miles west of Newport, adjoining Jas, Reese and others. It has a good spring upon it, and about one-half in timber, and is suitable for grazing purposes. March 18, 1871. Jas H. Callison, Com'r. As Agent, I will proceed on Friday 14th day of April, next to sell the Tanyard Property of David A. McCray, situated at Craigsville Depot. Property new. Terms easy. Address Jas. H. Callison, Agent, Middlebrook. Augusta Co., Va. Also, on the same day, I will sell 65 acres of timber land near the same place, and within one-fourth mile of the Railroad. J.H.C.