Order of Sale, 23 April 1844 [Russell v. JS et al.]

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said sum of $16409.61 with interest thereon from the first date day of this Term to said , and that the balance he bring into Court, which said premises are described as follows, to wit, situate in being Township no nine (9) Range of Townships of the in the State of and which was formerly in the County of but now in the County of Lake and known as Lot thirteen (13) and parts of twelve (12) and fourteen (14) in tract number two and is bounded as follows to wit, beginning at the South west corner of land then owned and occupied by Ebenezer Jennings then East on said Jennings line to lands owned by Mr Hyde— thence South on said Hydes line to Lot No thirteen, thence east and south by said Hyde to the public Highway then Southwesterly & westerly along said Highway to the meeting House Lot, thence northerly to the line of Lot number thirteen thence to the south west corner of said Lot thirteen, thence along the public Highway leading from to to the place of beginning containing one Hundred and thirty two acres and four hundreths of an acre. We therefore command you that you expose to sale the above described premises under the Statute regulating sales on execution and that you apply the proceeds of said sale in satisfaction of said damages costs interests &c as above specified and that you certify your proceedings herein to our next Court of Common Pleas, and bring this order with you on the first day of the Term.
Witness Clerk of our said Court at this 23d day of April AD 1844.
Clerk
[. . .]
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss.
service & Return, 35
Sum appraisers 1.00
appraisal 75
Copy 75
notice to Printer 25
Printers fees 3.00
Travel 55
this return 50
$7.15
appraisers fee 1.50
$8.65
In Obedience to the command of this order of Sale on the 27th day of April 1844 caused the within described lands and tenements to be appraised by the oaths of C[hristopher] Quinn Jr. Alfred Morley & L I Waite these three respectable and disinterested freeholders of said County who returned to me under their hands and seals that they appraised said land and tenements upon actual view of the premises at two thousand three Hundred & seventy six Dollars, a copy of which said appraisment was duly filed in the s Office for the County of Lake and having duly advertised the said lands and tenements for sale by publication in the Painesville Telegraph a paper of general circulation in said County for thirty days previous to the day of sale, and afterwards to wit, on the 11th day of June 1844 in pursuance of said notice proceeded to offer said Lands and tenements for sale at public auction at the Court House in the town of in said County between the [p. 176]
said sum of $16409.61 with interest thereon from the first day of this Term to said , and that the balance he bring into Court, which said premises are described as follows, to wit, situate in being Township no nine (9) Range of Townships of the in the State of and which was formerly in the County of but now in the County of Lake and known as Lot thirteen (13) and parts of twelve (12) and fourteen (14) in tract number two and is bounded as follows to wit, beginning at the South west corner of land then owned and occupied by Ebenezer Jennings then East on said Jennings line to lands owned by Mr Hyde— thence South on said Hydes line to Lot No thirteen, thence east and south by said Hyde to the public Highway then Southwesterly & westerly along said Highway to the meeting House Lot, thence northerly to the line of Lot number thirteen thence to the south west corner of said Lot thirteen, thence along the public Highway leading from to to the place of beginning containing one Hundred and thirty two acres and four hundreths of an acre. We therefore command you that you expose to sale the above described premises under the Statute regulating sales on execution and that you apply the proceeds of said sale in satisfaction of said damages costs interests &c as above specified and that you certify your proceedings herein to our next Court of Common Pleas, and bring this order with you on the first day of the Term.
Witness Clerk of our said Court at this 23d day of April AD 1844.
Clerk
[. . .]
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss.
service & Return, 35
Sum appraisers 1.00
appraisal 75
Copy 75
notice to Printer 25
Printers fees 3.00
Travel 55
this return 50
$7.15
appraisers fee 1.50
$8.65
In Obedience to the command of this order of Sale on the 27th day of April 1844 caused the within described lands and tenements to be appraised by the oaths of Christopher Quinn Jr. Alfred Morley & L I Waite three respectable and disinterested freeholders of said County who returned to me under their hands and seals that they appraised said land and tenements upon actual view of the premises at two thousand three Hundred & seventy six Dollars, a copy of which said appraisment was duly filed in the s Office for the County of Lake and having duly advertised the said lands and tenements for sale by publication in the Painesville Telegraph a paper of general circulation in said County for thirty days previous to the day of sale, and afterwards to wit, on the 11th day of June 1844 in pursuance of said notice proceeded to offer said Lands and tenements for sale at public auction at the Court House in the town of in said County between the [p. 176]
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