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following real and personal estate, to wit, are certain tracts or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Campbell and on which the said Rowland Ward now resides containing five hundred acres more or less and was annexed to lease by Seth Ward senr and Martha his wife by deed of record in the Clerks office of the County Court of Campbell to wich reference is hereby had for greater certainty; also the following negro slaves with the increase of the females to wit one boy Edmond one boy Jim one boy John Asa and one boy Andrew and the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his wife for themselves and their heirs doth covenant and agree to and with the said John Alexander to warrant & forever defend a good & sufficient right and title to the land and premises and negro slaves with the increase of the females unto the said John Alexander his heirs & assigns forever free from the claim or claims of them the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his wife their heirs or assigns & free from the claim or claims of all & every other person or persons whomsoever to have and to hold the land & premises & negro slaves with the increase aforesaid free & clear from the claims of all persons unto the said John Alexander his heirs & assigns forever, Upon trust nevertheless that the said John Alexander shall permit the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his wife to keep possession of the land & premises and negro slaves aforesaid until the sale of the debts aforesaid shall become due and payable and receive the property accesing therefrom to them, over use at which time it shall and may be useful for the said John Alexander his Exrs or Adm'rs having thereto requested of the said Simson Austin his heirs or assigns to proceed to sell to the highest bidder for money or on such credit as may be agreed on by the parties interested the land & premises and negro slaves aforesaid with the increase of the females if any other on the premises or at Campbell Court House as he may think best having first advertised the time & place of sale for one day in some newspaper printed in the town of Lynchburg and of the proceeds of such