Sheriff's Sale.

Sheriff's Office, Philadelphia, Dec. 11, 1817
By Virtue of a Writ of Venention(?) Exponas, to me directed, Will be Sold, at Public Venue,
On Monday,the 29th instant, at half past six o'clock in the evening, at the Merchant's Coffee House,
All that certain Frame Tenement and Lot or piece of Ground-- situate on the southeasterly side of Paul street, in the borough of Frankford-- containing bredth on said Paul street twenty-one feet and six inches, and continuing that bredth southesterly thwelve perches, to an intended new street-- bounded northwesterly by the said Paul street, southeasterly by the said intended street, northeasterly by ground now or late of Jacob Harper, and southwesterly by ground now or late of William Slaven.

Together with the common use and privilege of Pump and water well, on the adjoining ground or lot William Slaven, and all appurtenances thereuntot belonging.

Seized and taken in execution, as the property of Bernard Gallagher, deceased, and to be sold by Thomas Truxton, Sheriff.

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), December 18, 1817.