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Unnamed TN Blacksmith #21 - TN-BLA22

Title

Unnamed TN Blacksmith #21 - TN-BLA22

Identifier

TN-BLA22

Subject

African Americans--History, African Americans--History--To 1863, Artisans, African American blacksmiths

Source

Memphis Daily Avalanche

Date

January 26, 1859

Trade

Blacksmith

Gender

Male

Enslaver

Monsarrat, Dupree & Co.

Home

Corner of Madison and Bank Avenue

Home Location

Memphis, Tennessee

Events

1. To be sold Monsarrat, Dupree & Co.

Item Type

Advertisement

Transcription

MONSARRAT, DUPRESS & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AND
NOTE BROKERS,
MADISON STREET,
CORNER OF BANK AVENUE.
HOUSE AND LOT ON MADISON STREET;
Shelby street;
Market street;
Corner of Vance and DeSoto;
Dunlap street;
Corner Shelby & McCall;
Court street;
In Greenlaw’s Addition;
On Main, below Vance street;
On Alabama street.
CITY LOTS.
Four Acres and a half opposite Mr. Brinkley’s.
Small Lot opposite Col. Stephenson’s.
One hundred and eighty feet opposite Col. Dupree’s.
Six hundred feet in Jones Avenue.
One hundred and two feet on Corner of Causey and Elliott streets.
Forty by sixty-seven feet on corner of Jackson and Second streets.
One hundred by two hundred and sixty feet on Union street.
Forty five by one hundred and forty-five feet on Linden, near Causey street.
Thirty-three by one hundred and thirty three feet on Causey street.
SHELBY COUNTY LANDS.
Twelve acres and a half near Greenwood Cemetery.
Seven building Lots on Raleigh Road.
Twenty building Lots on Germantown Plank Road, four miles from town, on long time, without interest.
Fifty-four acres, three miles and a half South.
Twenty-four acres, four miles from town, improved.
Sixty-nine acres, four miles on Plank Road, elegantly improved.
One hundred acres near McGhee’s.
Eleven acres and a half near Col. McClain’s.
Eleven acres and a half on Central Avenue, three miles from town.
Two hundred and fourteen acres at the Point, on Mississippi River.
One hundred acres, all woodland, four miles from town.
Seventy-nine acres near Appy White’s.
Three hundred and sixty-seven acres eight miles South, improved.
Eight hundred and eighty-one acres eight miles North, improved.
Eleven hundred and fifty-five acres, nine miles North, improved
Nine hundred and sixty acres then miles North, improved.
One thousand and twelve acres twelve miles North, improved.
Nineteen acres near Capt. Lenow’s together with a num-ber of other desirable Lots, &c., in the country.
PLANTATIONS.
Nine hundred and twenty-five acres on Mississippi River, near Helena, improved—17 Negroes.
Sixteen hundred and twenty acres near Des Arc, im-proved.
Six hundred and thirty-three acres near Batesville im-proved.
Eight hundred acres in st. Francis county, improved, together with a large quantity of lands in Crittenden, Bradley, St. Francis, Desha, White, Prairis, Phillipe and other counties in Arkansas.
FOR SALE.
Eight hundred thousand feet of assorted Lumber.
Five hundred cords of seasoned firewood.
Two first rate field hands.
One dining room Servant.
One Blacksmith.
One carpenter.
Give us a call at our office, corner of Bank Avenue and Madison street, second floor.

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Citation

, “Unnamed TN Blacksmith #21 - TN-BLA22,” accessed June 13, 2021, https://archive.blackcraftspeople.org/items/show/440.

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