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This Deed made this eighth day of Sepbr 1836 Witnesseth that whereas Richard C. Muse stands justly indebted to Walter Healy in the sum of fifty five dollars with interest from this day, which by bond of this date more fully appears and also being indebted to Thomas Muse in the sum of twenty seven dollars and forty five cents with interest from 1st July 1835, which by bond dated on the 14th November 1835 more fully appears and the said Richard C. Muse being desirous of securing the payment of the said debts with the interest and all other costs which may accrue in consequence of the drawing and recording of this writing, which is made in order to effectually secure the payment of the said debts interest & costs. Now these presents Witness that for and in consideration of the premises and for and in further consideration of the sum of one dollar to the said Richard C. Muse by Tarshus Q Keiningham who is chosen trustee in the case, the payment of which he the said Richard C. Muse doth by these presents acknowledge, he the said Richard C. Muse hath given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, released, and confirmed, and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release, and confirm, to the said Tarshus Q Keiningham trustee his heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Middlesex and adjoining the lands of E.F. Montague, Thomas Trice & the lands of the late Philimon Woodward supposed to contain thirty nine acres more or less with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appurtaining it being the land on which said Richard C. Muse now resides, also one bedstead bed & furniture together with all his household and kitchen furniture and plantation utensils of