Green Springs Included on a Distinguished Stallion's Breeding-Itinerary, 1833

[Richmond Enquirer, January 17, 1833:]

UNION, a blood bay Stallion of fine form, by Madison, one of the best sons of the imported Diomed, dam by Potomac, another distinguished son of Diomed,g. dam by Gimcrack, will stand the ensuing season, under the immediate direction of Mr. John Fagg at Everettsville, Albemarle; Gordonsville, Orange, and the neighborhood of the Green Springs, Louisa. THOS. J. RANDOLPH

Jan. 17 [, 1833]. {78—12t} JOHN FAGG.

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