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To all to whom these presents shall or may come I James Kennedy junior of the Town of Alexandria within the District of Columbia send Greeting - Whereas I stand justly indebted unto John Laird of George Town within the District aforesaid in the just sum of Four Thousand to of the City of London in the just sum of Four Thousand Dollarsto Gabriel Wood of Baltimore in the just sum of One Thousand Dollars two hundred and -, and to Joel and Jonathan Post of the City of New York in the just sum of Five Hundred Dollars: and, I am to to the said respective , the said sums of Money so by and and
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To all Persons to whom these presents shall or may come I James Kennedy junior of the Town of Alexandria within the District of Columbia send Greeting - Whereas I stand justly indebted unto John Laird of George Town within the District aforesaid in the just sum of Four Thousand Dollars, to Messieurs Chamberlain and Humphreys of the City of London in the just sum of Four Thousand Dollars, to Gabriel Wood of Baltimore in the just sum of One Thousand Dollars two hundred and fifty-Dollars, and to Joel and Jonathan Post of the City of New York in the just sum of Five Hundred Dollars: and, Whereas I am desirous to secure to the said respective Persons, the said several sums of Money so lying due and owing, And Whereas they have nominated James Saunderson to act as their Trustee for the purposes hereinafter mentioned; Now therefore Know Ye, that I the said James Kennedy junior, in consideration, and for that purpose, and also in consideration of One Dollar to me in hand paid by the said James Saunderson, at or before the sealing and delivery hereof, the receipt whereof, I do hereby acknowledge, Have granted, bargained, sold and delivered, as I do by then presents grant Bargain, sell and deliver into the said James Saunderson, the following property, to writ One Sett of Dining Tables, Two Setts of Tea-Tables, One sideboard, One liquor Case, Four dozen of Knives and Forks, Two Dozen of Windsor Chairs, One Dozen of Mahogany Chairs, One Dozen of Silver Spoons, One Soup Ladle, Two Sauce Spoons, One Sugar Tong, Two Pier Glasses, Two Dressing Glasses, One Settee, One Mahogany basin Stand, One Sett of Tea China, Two Mahogany bedsteads, four featherbeds with pillows, Two Common bedsteads, Eight Pair of Sheets, Two Pair of Andirons, One large liquor Case, Six Dishes, four Dozen of Plates green edged, and every Article of Kitchen furniture of which I am possessed; One Card Table, One hundred fifty Gross of Phials, Three hundred Shop Bottles from One Pint to Two Gallons, One Book Case, with the Books therein, One Bureau, Eight Dozen of Wine Glasses and Tumblers, Ten Casks of Port Wine, Forty Dozen of Bottled Port, Two Casks of Madeira Wine, Two Casks of Lisbon Wine, Seven Punch Bowls, One Pair of Indian Shades with Candlesticks, One Brass fender, One Steel Fender, One Iron fender, twelve Window Curtains, Two Setts of Bed Curtains, Two Pair of Brass Candlesticks, Four Water Jugs of Stone Ware, Two Negroes, named Joe and Watt, One Sorrel horse, Two Cows, Forty Pounds weight of Winter Bark, One hundred and fifty pounds of Gum Tragacanth, One hundred and thirty pounds