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Mortgago Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of aeeitaiumortgiigeexecutedon the seventeenth iay of Juue. a. d. 1872, by Lucy ü. (iarlinghouse to N orman B. Covert, ■which mortgage was recorded in ihe office of the KegiBter of Deed tor the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, on the tliird day af December, a. i. 1872, in liber forty-nine ot' mortjages, on page twenty-eight, on which mortgage there is claimed to bo due and unpaid, ut the date nereoi, the suin of two hundred and twenty dollars, besides an attorney fee of lorty-flve dollars as expveesly agreed and provided i'or by the terms ol said mortgage, and no proceedi. gs either at law or equity having been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof, and the power of salo contained therein having become operative : Notice ia thereiore hereby given, tliat on Monday, the tweu'.y-flrst day if September, a D. 1874, at ten o'clock in the forenoou ot that aay, at the tsouth door of the Court Uouso in the citj of Ann Arboi, county of Hashtenaw, State of Michigan, that bting the place of holding the Circuit Court in aud for said county, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said morlgiige, there will be t-old at public venduo to the highest bidder the premises describpd in Baid mortgage; or bo much thereof as may be necessary to aatii-fy the amount due on said mortgage at the date of this notice, with interest and all costs and expfcnbes allowed by law and provided for in Baid moitgage, said premises ure desetibed in said mortguge . aBfollows: All that piece or parcel of land ituate in the city ot Ann Arbor, in the county of Washteand Btate of Michigan, and d 'scribed as follows, to wit : Lot number one in block number one in i'elcli'a additiou to the village (now city) of Anu Artor, according lo the recorded plat thereof. Dated, June 22, 1874. NORMAN B. COVEET, McRetsoi.ds & Sesíiok, Mortgagee. Atty'i ior Mortgagee. 1484


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