Stewarts distributees vs } Report Thompson & others The undersigned, who was co-commissioner with R. K. Meade Esq. under the decree in this cause, the said Commissioners being authorized to act singly, proceeded on the 19th of Novr. 1855, at Dinwiddie Court House to offer for sale by auction the interest in the certain tract of land directed to be sold by the decree in the said cause at October term 1853, and that at the offering so made, after due advertisement of the time, place and terms of Sale, Charles C. L. Thompson became the purchaser at the highest bid made, to wit; three dollars an acre, the tract containing six hundred & seventeen acres, the terms being one hundred dollars cash and the balance in two equal payments of Eight hundred & seventy five dollars & fifty cents each, the one at six months and the other at twelve months. For the deferred payments Mr. Thompson, the purchaser has given to the undersigned the two notes of Mr. Abraham Worrick endorsed by Mr. Corbin Worrick, both of Richmond City, and said notes being negotiable are in Bank for collection - The cash payment is disposed of as follows. R. R. Collier to cash payment $100.00 [illegible] by this sum pd. the Auctioneer. $ 5.00 " " " " Petersburg Intelligencer 15.25 " " " " Commissions 5 pr Cent. on $300. 2 p Ct. on $1551. 1/2 to himself & 1/2 to R. K. Meade 46.02 66.27 Bal: in hands of R. R. Collier $ 33.73. All which is respectfully reported R. R. Collins Comr.