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forever and to the only proper use and be behoof of him the said William Daniel his heirs - upon trust nevertheless that if the said Bennet A Henderson and Dorothy B his wife shall make default or fail to pay the several sums herein before mentioned and intended to be secured on or by the 11th day of March 1843 or should any part whereof remains unpaid with interest, it shall in either event by the duty of the said William Daniel to sell the said slaves and land and other personal property by way of public auction to the highest bidder for cash , having first fixed the time and place of sale at his discretion and given two weeks notice whereof by advertisement published in some paper in the town of Lynchburg and out of the money arising from such sale after defraying the expenses attending the same and the expenses of recording this deed pay to the said Horacio Depriest the sum of ninety dollars with interest whereon from and after the 25th of Dec 1842 and also the sum of thirty dollars with interest from the date of this Deed and the balance if any pay over to the said William A Staples the trustee of the said Bennet A Henderson and Dorothy B his wife. And the said Bennis Henderson and Dorothy B. his wife do hereby warrant and forever defend to the said William Daniel Jr the land, slaves, and other personal property, free from the claims or claims of themselves and all and every persons whatever. In testimony whereof the parties have here unto set their hands and affixed their seals this day and year first within written.

Bennet A Henderson {Seal} Dorothy B Henderson {Seal}