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This Indenture made this 24.th day of July eighteen hundred & forty six between Joseph D Pursley of the first part and Thomas Oldham of the second part & Henry L Biscoe of third part.  Whereas the said Henry L Biscoe hath at sundry times become bound as the security of the said Joseph D Pursley for the payment of the several sums following - to Cornelius Sullivan Guardian to John. L Sullivan for the hire of slave Isaac viz:: one bond due the day of [blank] for Forty dollars, one bond due the first day of January 1844 for thirty dollars also, another bond done the first day of January 1845 - for Twenty five dollars - also another bond due the first day of January 1846 - for Twenty dollars - and one bond due the first day of January 1847 for eighteen dollars = and the said Joseph D Pursley being willing & desirous to do what is just &  right to [?] and save [harmfully?] the said Henry L Bisoer, from suffering in any wise on account of [0.0?] Security's help, which more fully appears by reference to the bonds aforesaid now this indention [withenforth?], that for and in consideration of the premises, and also for the further considerations of one [aocear?] of lawful money of Virginia to the said Joseph D Pinoley in hand paid by the said Thomas Oldham at and before the sealing + atelier of. These presents the receipt where of is hereby a [dimowre?] aged, he the said Joseph D Pinoley hath given, granted, bars = gained, sold aliened, [ente?] offed, released and confined and by these presents another give, , grant-, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release + confine to the said Thomas Oldham, his heirs + [afsrgns?], forever the fore owing property viy: four beds + furniture,
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This Indenture made this 24.th day of July eighteen hundred & forty six between Joseph D Pursley of the first part and Thomas Oldham of the second part & Henry L Biscoe of third part.  Whereas the said Henry L Biscoe hath at sundry times become bound as the security of the said Joseph D Pursley for the payment of the several sums following - to Cornelius Sullivan Guardian to John. L Sullivan for the hire of slave Isaac viz:: one bond due the day of [blank] for Forty dollars, one bond due the first day of January 1844 for thirty dollars also, another bond done the first day of January 1845 - for Twenty five dollars - also another bond due the first day of January 1846 - for Twenty dollars - and one bond due the first day of January 1847 for eighteen dollars = and the said Joseph D Pursley being willing & desirous to do what is just &  right to indemnify and save harmless  the said Henry L Biscoer, from suffering in any wise on account of sd. Securityship, which more fully appears by reference to the bonds aforesaid.  Now this indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises, and also for the further considerations of one dollar of lawful money of Virginia to the said Joseph D Pursley in hand paid by the said Thomas Oldham at and before the sealing & delivery of These presents the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, he the said Joseph D Pursley hath given, granted, bargained, sold aliened, enfeoffed, released and confirmed and by these presents doth give, , grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release & confirm to the said Thomas Oldham, his heirs & assigns, forever the following property viz: four beds & furniture,

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This Indenture made this 24.th day of July eighteen hundred & forty six between Joseph D Pursley of the first part and Thomas Oldham of the second part & Henry L Biscoe of third part. Whereas the said Henry L Biscoe hath at sundry times become bound as the security of the said Joseph D Pursley for the payment of the several sums following - to Cornelius Sullivan Guardian to John. L Sullivan for the hire of slave Isaac viz:: one bond due the day of [blank] for Forty dollars, one bond due the first day of January 1844 for thirty dollars also, another bond done the first day of January 1845 - for Twenty five dollars - also another bond due the first day of January 1846 - for Twenty dollars - and one bond due the first day of January 1847 for eighteen dollars = and the said Joseph D Pursley being willing & desirous to do what is just & right to indemnify and save harmless the said Henry L Biscoer, from suffering in any wise on account of sd. Securityship, which more fully appears by reference to the bonds aforesaid. Now this indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises, and also for the further considerations of one dollar of lawful money of Virginia to the said Joseph D Pursley in hand paid by the said Thomas Oldham at and before the sealing & delivery of These presents the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, he the said Joseph D Pursley hath given, granted, bargained, sold aliened, enfeoffed, released and confirmed and by these presents doth give, , grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release & confirm to the said Thomas Oldham, his heirs & assigns, forever the following property viz: four beds & furniture,