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it is the opinion of the court that the said slave Harry be hanged by the neck until he be dead. But on motion of the prisoner with his consent it is considered by the court that the said slave Harry be punished by sale and transportation beyond the limits of the United States, all of which is ordered to certified to the Executive of this Commonwealth. And the court proceeding to value the said slave Harry, as the law directs each of the Justices present offices to him, such a value as in his opinion the said slave would bring if said publicly with a knowledge of [Illegible] [Illegible] circumstances of his guilt: whereupon Thomas M. Bragg, valued the said slave at $180, Henry T. Sarnets at $180, John F. Brickenbrough at $180, Samuel B. [Stroile?] at $180, & Edward B. [Illegible] at $180 from which the legal value of the said slave is ascertained to be $180 and the said slave is remanded to jail. [Illegible] Tutu Marren [Illegible] The slave named in the forgegoing word was sent for by the Executive; an [Illegible] by the receipt of the Dept. of the penitentiary that said slave has been delivered into his custody - receipt now on file in Executive department [Illegible] I Elizabeth Starke do hereby assign, to Lawrence Washington, for value received the sum of Seven hundred & Eighty dollars if bring the amount in the foregoing word mentioned and he is hereby authorized to draw and receipt for the same witness my hand & seal this 30th October 1851 E Starke [Illegible] Baker I hereby [Illegible] to A. Goodwin [Illegible] cashier of the Farmer's Book of Va in [Freddy?]: the sum of seven hundred and eighty dollars, mentioned in the above record and [offered?] by Elizabeth Starke to me. I authorize him to draw and receipt for the sum. Witness my hand & seal this 3 day of November 1851 Law Washington [Illegible] L.T. Washington