TRUSTEES SALE OF
LAND AND NEGROES


  In pursuance of a Deed of Trust, executed by
Albert A. Dumas and J. W. Pickett on the 27th
of January, 1859, to me, and recorded in Book N,
Pages 141 and 142, in Probate Court of Wilcox
County, Alabama, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, at YELLOW BLUFF,
in Wilcox County, Ala., on Saturday, the 4th of
August, 1860, the following lands, viz:
  Northeast ¼ of northeast ¼, and southwest ¼ of
northeast ¼, and northeast ¼ of northeast ¼ of
southwest ¼ of Section 7;  southwest ¼ of south
½ of southeast ¼ of Section 5;  and southwest
¼ of Section 4;  and northwest ¼ of northwest ¼
of Section 8, township 11, range 6, and northeast ¼
of northeast ¼ of Section 8, township 11, range 6;
and southeast ¼ of southwest ¼ of Section 7;  same
township and range, and northwest ¼ of northwest
¼  of Section 9;  and northeast ¼ of northwest ¼
and N W. ¼  of N E. ¼ of Sec 9, township 11, range
6;  all in Wilcox County, Alabama, and in the dis-
tricts of lands subject to entry and sale at Cahaba,
Ala;  and one megro man named Charles, about 28
years old, and a negro boy named Stephen, about
fifteen or sixteen years old.
  Selling as Trustee will only convey such titles
as are vested in me.

                        A. CARLETON, Trustee

  June 28--tds.
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4 Mar 2000
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