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From the Pittsburgh Daily Gazette, January 31, 1834
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans’ Court
of Allegheny County, passed on the 27th
day of December, 1833, Samuel Gormly and Geo.
Watson, Esqs., Guardians of William Glenn and
Mary Glenn, minors, children of Nathaniel Glenn,
dec'd—Will expose to Public Sale, on the 3d day
of February, 1834, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at the
Court House, in the City of Pittsburgh, the fol-
lowing property, to wit: Portion of Lot No. 386,
in the original plan of Pittsburgh, namely, the
southern fifth part of the northwardly half of said
lot, No. 386, fronting twenty four feet on Wood
street, and extending back, of equal width, sixty
feet, to the line of lot No. 385, bounded on the
south by the line dividing said lot, No. 386 into
two equal parts, midway between Fifth street and
Diamond alley and on the north by a line running
parallel with Fifth street, and commencing 98
feet, more or less, on Wood street, southwardly
from the corner of Wood street and Fifth street.
[By the Court.]
WM. M’CLURE, Clerk O. C.
Keywords/Tags: Samuel Gormly, George Watson, William Glenn, Mary Glenn, Nathaniel Glenn, Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Pittsburgh Daily Gazette, Pennsylvania