Friday, July 6, 2012

Valuable Estate

Western Spectator, November 13, 1810

To be sold or exchanged for wild land (Ohio Company, shares excepted.)

That valuable estate owned, and lately occupied by the subscriber.  Said estate consists of three and one third city lots, containing three hundred feet of land fronting on the Muskingum river and one hundred and eighty feet rear - with a very handsome mansion house, barn, and out houses thereon, together with a good well of water, and a beautiful garden which contains a great variety of choice fruit, of almost every description that the western country affords.  Said estate is pleasantly situated in the centre of the flourishing town of Marietta, adjoining the new Meetinghouse and within a few rods of the Courthouse.  Also will be sold, thirteen and an half city lots, lying within half a mile of the above mentioned premises.  Said estate will be sold on the most reasonable terms for cash, or a liberal credit will be given for approved notes, or it will be exchanged for good wild lands.  Also is offered for sale pew no. __ in the new Meetinghouse.

For terms apply to Caleb Emerson, Esqr. in Marietta.
Thomas G. Prentiss
Boston, October 26, 1810.

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