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ON Friday the 25th of March inst. on the premises, the real estate of Richard Templin deceased, being a valuable plantation, containing 207 acres of land, lying in the great valley, in Bart township, Lancaster county, adjoining lands of Nathan Thompson, Samuel Downing and others. – Nearly one-half of said tract is covered with timber, some of it excellent chestnut, - the clear land is in a good state of cultivation, being nearly all limed and under clover. – There is a stone dwelling house and a large stone barn on the premises, and limestone and kiln on the same; there is also a good scite for water works, a merchant mill having been once erected thereon.


Any person wishing to view the land may apply to either of the subscribers, adjoining the place.


The vendue will begin at 10 o’clock, when attendance will be given and terms made known, by,


William Ramsey,

James Baxter, Adm’rs.


March 1, 1814


N.B. If the place is not sold, it will be rented for one year, on the evening of the same day, to the highest bidder.





The sale of the real estate of Richard Templin, deceas’d in Bart township, Lancaster County, is postponed until Tuesday the 5th of April next


It will then be sold by order of Orphans’ Court. The sale will begin at 10 o’clock. Attendance will be given and terms made known by


William Ramsey,

James Baxter, Adm’rs.


March 25, 1814


Newspaper article in the “Templin” file at

Chester County Historical Society