The Virginia Gazette

April 14, 1768. Number 101. Page 3, Column 1

A SCHEME of a LOTTERY for disposing of certain LANDS, SLAVES, and STOCKS belonging to the Subscriber.

Prize Val CONTENTS of PRIZES
1 of 5000 To consist of a Forge and geared Grist-mill, both well fixed, and situate on a plentiful and constant Stream, with 1800 Acres of good Land, in King and Queen County, near Todd's Bridge; which cost L. 6000.
1 of 1375 To consist of 550 Acres of very good Land, lying inking William County, on Pamunkey River, called Gooch's. Part of 1686 Acres, purchased of William Claiborne, deceased; the Line to extend from said River to the back Line across towards Mattapony.
1 of 1925 To consist of 550 Acres of very good Land, adjoining and below the said Tract, lying on Pamunkey River, whereon is a good Dwelling house 70 Feet long and 20 Feet wide, with three Rooms below and three above; also all other good and convenient Out Houses; 1000 fine Peach Trees thereon, with many Apple Trees and other Sorts of Fruit, a fine high and pleasant Situation, and the Plantation in exceeding good Order for Cropping; the Line to extend from said River to the back Line towards Mattapony
1 of 1750 To consist of 586 Acres, below the aforesaid two Tracts; whereon is a fine Peach Orchard, and many fine apple Trees; the Plantation is in exceeding good Order for Cropping, and very fine for Corn and Tobacco, and abounds with a great Quantity of white Oak, which will afford, it's though, a Thousand Pounds worth of Plank and Staves.
65 of 50 3250 To consist of 6500 Acres of good Land, in Caroline County; to be laid off in Lots of 100 Acres each.
4 of 75 300 To consist of 812 Acres of good Land, in Spotsylvania County, in the Fork between Northanna and the North Fork, with a large Quantity of low Grounds, and Meadow Land; to be laid off in Lots of 203 Acres each.
1 of 280 A Negro Man named Billy, about 22 Years old, an exceeding trusty good Forgeman, as well at the Finery as under the Hammer, and understands putting up his Fire: Also his Wife named Lucy, a young Wench, who works exceeding well both in the House and Field.
1 of 200 A Negro man named Joe, about 27 Years old, a very trusty good Forgeman, as well at the Finery as under the Hammer, and understands putting up his Fire.
1 of 200 A Negro Man named Mingo, about 24 Years old, a very trusty good Finer, and Hammerman, and understands putting up his Fire.
1 of 180 A Negro Man named Ralph, about 22 Years old, an exceeding good Finer.
1 of 220 A Negro Man named Isaac, about 20 Years old, an exceeding good Hammerman and Finer.
1 of 250 A Negro Man named Sam, about 26 Years old, a fine Chafery Man; also his Wife Daphne, a very good Hand at the Hoe, or in the House.
1 of 200 A Negro Man named Abraham, about 26 Years old, an exceeding good Forge Carpenter, Cooper, and Clapboard Carpenter.
1 of 150 A Negro Man named Bob, about 27 years old, a very fine Master Collier
1 of 90 A Negro Man named Dublin, about 30 Years old, a very good Collier
1 of 90 A Negro Man named London, about 25 Years old, a very good Collier
1 of 90 A Negro Man named Cambridge, about 24 years old, a good Collier.
1 of 90 A Negro Man named Harry, a very good Collier.
1 of 100 A Negro Man named Toby, a very fine Master Collier
1 of 120 A Negro Man named Peter, about 18 Years old, an exceeding trusty good Waggoner
1 of 190 A Negro Man named Dick, about 24 Years old, a very fine Blacksmith; also his Smith's Tools
1 of 80 A Negro Man named Sampson, about 32 Years old, the Skipper of the Flat
1 of 70 A Negro Man named Dundee, about 38 Years old, a good Planter
1 of 85 A Negro Man named Caroline Joe, about 35 Years old, a ver fine Planter
1 0f 110 A Negro Woman named Rachel, about 32 Years old, and her Children Daniel and Thomson, both very fine.
1 of 70 A Negro Woman named Hannah, about 16 Years old.
1 of 75 A Negro Man named Jack, a good Planter
1 of 75 A Negro Man named Ben, about 25 Years old, a good House Servant, and a good Carter, etc.
1 of 120 A Negro Man, Robin, a good Sawyer, and Bella his Wife.
1 of 70 A Negro Girl named Sukey, about 12 Years old, and another named Betty about 7 years old; Children of Robin and Bella
1 of 75 A Negro Man named York, a good Sawyer.
1 of 80 A Negro Woman named Kate, and a young Child, Judy
1 of 60 A Negro Girl, Aggy; and Boy, Nat; Children of Kate.
1 of 75 A Negro named Pompey, a young Fellow.
1 of 110 A fine breeding Woman named Pat, lame of one Side, with Child, and her three Children, Lat, Milley, and Charlotte.
1 of 66 A fine Boy, Phill, Son of Patty, about 14 Years old
1 of 50 A Negro Man named Tom, an outlandish Fellow.
1 of 280 A Negro Man named Casar, about 30 Years old, a very good Blacksmith, and his Wife named Nanny, with two Children, Tab and Jane
1 of 110 A Negro Man named Edom, about 23 Years old, a Blacksmith who has served four Years to the Trade.
1 of 160 A Negro Man named Moses, about 23 Years old, a very good Planter, and his Wife Phoebe, a fine young Wench with her Child Nell.
1 of 50 A Negro Woman, Dorah, Wife of Carpenter Jimmy
1 of 35 A Negro named Venus, Daughter of Tab
1 of 25 A Negro named Judy, Wife of Sambo
1 of 20 A Negro named Lucy, outlandish.
1 of 25 A Negro Man named Toby, a good Miller
1 of 100 A Team of exceeding fine Horses, consisting of four, and their Geer; also a good Waggon.
1 of 80 A team of four Horses, and their Geer, with two Coal Waggons
10 of 20 200 To consist of 100 Head of Cattle, to be laid off in 10 Lots.

12 Prizes 18,400
1716 Blanks

1840 Tickets at 10 each, are 18,400

MANAGERS are John Randolph, John Baylor, George Washington, Fielding Lewis, Archibald Cary, Carter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Ralph Wormley, Richard Henry Lee, Thomas Walker, Thomas Tabb, Edmund Pendleton, Peter Lyons, Patrick Courts, Neil Jamieson, William Bradley, Alexander Donald, Anthony Walke, jun. David Jamieson, and John Madison, Gentlemen.

The Time and Place of drawing will be inserted hereafter. Twelve Months Credit will be given for the Tickets from the Time the Lottery is drawn.

Bernard Moore.