Public notice, 21 March 1804

Public notice, 21 March 1804

NOTICE.

Albany,

Whereas Roswell B. Rowley, of the town of Duanesburgh, in the county of Albany, did on the third day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two, convey by indenture of Mortgage unto Joseph Tompkins, of the town of Fishkill, in the county of Dutchess, and to his heirs and assigns for ever, for securing a certain sum of money, therein mentioned, with the interest that should acrrue thereon:—All that certain Farm, or plantation, situate and lying within the township of Duanesburgh, in the county of Albany, and known and distinguished in the said township, and in the general Map or plan of the subdivision thereof, by Farm Number one hundred and sixty six, and being bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the north east corner of Farm Number one hundred and sixty-seven, and runs thence west, thirty-eight chains and sixty links; thence north, twenty-six chains and eight links; thence east, thirty-eight chains and sixty links; thence south, twenty-six chains and eight links to the place of beginning—containing one hundred acres, two roods, seven perches of land—And whereas, default has been made in the payment of the principal and interest—Notice is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of a power contained in the said mortgage, and according to the directions of the statute in such case made and Provided, that the above mortgaged premises will be sold at public vendue, at the city-hall of the city of Albany, on the 24th day of September next, at two o'clock in the afternoon.

 

JOSEPH TOMPKINS, by

JAMES I. VAN ALLEN, and

MARTIN VAN BUREN.

his Attornies.

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