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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,