ROUSSAU-VA-1795

REPUBLICAN JOURNAL & DUMFRIES WEEKLY ADVISOR
August 14, 1795

TO BE SOLD At the Plantation of HENRY ROUSSAU, deceased, on
Popeshead Run, in Fairfax County, on Tuesday, the 29th of
September, All the Personal Estate of the said deceased;
Consisting of Two Negro Men, with stocks of horses, cattle,
sheep, and hogs; also, houshold furniture, plantation
utensils, and a stack of hay--The Sale to begin at Eleven
o'clock.  Ready money will be expected for all sums under
one hundred dollars; for others Bonds with security, or
notes at 90 days negotiable at the bank of Alexandria with
such indorsers as shall be approved.  All persons having
claims against the estate, are desired to make them known to
the subscriber before the day of Sale, that they may be so
arranged as to give preference to such as are by law thereto
entitled--They are also requested to attend the Sale, with
their claims duly authenticated, and receive Money, Bonds,
or Notes, so far as the state shall be sufficient, that the
subscriber may be enabled to close his administration at the
next District Court.

ALEX HENDERSON, Adm'r,
Dumfries, August 8, '95

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