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This Indenture made this 22nd day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and twenty five: Between Fanny Thomas of the town of Alexandria and District of Columbia of the one part and Thomas [illegible] of the same town and District of the Other part Whereas the said Fanny Thomas is justly indebted unto Richd [Mallack?] administrator of Washington Boyd deceased, in the sum of Seven Hundred and fifty dollars: and Where's [illegible] said debt [illegible] [illegible] by her [note?] given to a certain John [S?] [Runnilly?] for [the?] said sum of seven Hundred and fifty dollars, dated September the [14th?] 1825. and payable [illegible] monthy [illegible] after, which said note way [illegible] by the said John [S?] [Runnilly?] and by him dilivered to the said Richard [Mallack?], And [where's?] the said [illegible] Thomas is [illegible] of [illegible] the punctual payment of the said note, as [well?] as to [illegible] him said [illegible] against any [illegible] [lofs?] Now this Indenture [illegible] that the said [illegible] Thomas [illegible] [it?] [illegible] of the [illegible] and of the [dam?] of [the?] dollar to her [illegible] had paid by the [illegible] Thomas [illegible] [illegible] the [illegible] she [here's?] acknowledge has [illegible] [illegible] bargained and [illegible] unto the said Thomas W [illegible], the following slaves [illegible] David a mulatto about [Eighteen?] years of age, Richard a mulatto about four teen years old and [illegible] a mulatto about nine years old, [illegible] [illegible] and [illegible] [illegible] the said [illegible] [to?] him [the?] said Thomas W [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [and?] [illegible] forever. M [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] the [illegible] [illegible] purpose and [illegible] and none other, [quick?] to [illegible] the said [illegible] Thomas, to certain [illegible] of the said [illegible], without amount of [illegible] [illegible] a sale shall become [illegible] under the [farm?] of [their?] Deed: that is to say if the said [illegible] Thomas