For SALE, and immediate Possession given, SEVEN Hundred and Thirty-seven Acres of LAND, twelve miles above the town of Halifax, on the road to Warrenton. There is a common dwelling- house, kitchen, smoke-house, and granary. The soil is very good for tobacco, wheat and corn, and very rarely misses mast or fruit. Its situation is high and pleasant, with very good water, and no such thing as intermittent fevers known on it.
Cash, negroes or Petersburgh tobacco will be taken in payment. For further particulars enquire of Charles Pasteur.
Source: Excerpts from North Carolina Journal, Halifax Co. NC, 5 Sep 1792.