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The undersigned, surviving commissioner under the decretal order of the Court, made at May Term 1839, in the case of the President, directors & company of the Bank of Potomac against Edward Sheehy & others, by which Robert J. Taylor, since deceased, and himself were appointed commissioners to make the the sale in said decree directed, reports: -

That in pursuance of the said decree, they caused one months notice to be given by advertizement in the Alexandria Gazette of the time, place and terms of sale, as will appear by a printed copy of the said advertizement herewith shown - and that they did agreeable to the said notice, on the 9th day of October, 1839 expose for sale to the highest bidder the house and lot on Water Street, when the same was struck off to James Sheehy at the sum of $1150.- he being the highest bidder therefor - upon the terms in said decree stated.

Your Commissioner further reports that the other property in the decree referred to has not as yet been disposed of - and that the said James Sheehy has failed to comply with the terms of the sale above mentioned. Edm: J: Lee Surviving commissioner