Chancery Sales! In pursuance of Decrees rendered by the Chancery Court for Robertson County, at its May Term, 1869… [First lines in broadside]
A rare 1869 Tennessee American broadside advertising auctions in Springfield, Tennessee
Announcement for town lots and residences near Springfield, Tennessee. According to this American broadside, one day after Independence Day, on July 5th, 1869, the auctions were to occur. Properties cited involved or mention the names of Hildebrand, Hendrickson, a Capt. Nuckolls, Owenby, Duffy, Dorris, Savage, and numerous other names; likely particular or familiar in origin to the locales mentioned.
Miles S. Draughon, auctioneer, is seen in nineteenth century government documents. In 1878 Draughon sought relief for payments due when the Eighth Wisconsin Battery was quartered in Nashville during the American Civil War, between late December, 1864 and May, 1865.
Rare southern American broadside printed in Springfield, Tennessee.
Description: Chancery Sales! In pursuance of Decrees rendered by the Chancery Court for Robertson County, at its May Term, 1869… [First lines in broadside]
Springfield, [Tennessee]: Record Print, 1869. Folio broadside, 17¼ x 9 inches. Former fold lines, light foxing, small areas of negligible inter-textual paper loss. Boldly printed.
Not in OCLC, Allen or Hummel.