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[[Centered]] The appraise bill of the personal property of Hugh Milling, Deceased, late of Fairfield District, South Carolina, Viz:
22 head cows and calves                    $88.00
Leather in Tan Fat                           4.00
13 heads of hogs                            44.00
5  pr. plow gears and collars                5.00
5  shovel plows and plow stork single-
tree and ****                                7.50
1  Lot old plow irons                        1.50
1   " chopping axes                          6.00
1   " carpenter tool                         2.50
1  pr. Fetters and Bell                      1.00
2  Sythes and cradle                         1.00
1  trunk wagon                               4.00
1  chair and harness                        44.00
1  lot hilling hoes, spades and mattock 
   rake                                      3.00
1  Bay horse (Charley)                      15.00
1  Bay mare (Cate)                          12.00
1  Bay   "  (Hill)                          20.00
1   "    "  (Farmer)                        40.00
1   "    "    ***                           40.00
2  Saddle                                     .50
2  Cotton Harrows                             .50
3   '   Wheels and 2 Beds                    8.00
1  Table, 4 barrels, gum and sape            2.50
1  Large Kettle                              5.00
1  Lot sundries in Md. house                 2.00
1  negro man   (Sam)                         150.00
1  negro woman (Dilvia)                      200.00
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