Madison County, Georgia
Deed Book A
1812-1818

Pages 300-341

 

page 300   23 Jan 1816, Jemima Haynie & Frances Haynie of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., to William David of Madison Co., for $800, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 365 acres, beg. stake cor., N75W 35.20 on Henry Muckles line to stake cor., N15E 29.75 to red oak, N75W 27.80 to post oak cor., N15E 21.45 to pine cor., N 15.75 to hickory cor., S75E 23 on line of W. Floyd’s heirs to post oak, S30E 27.75 to post oak, S30E 28.25 on George Eberhart’s line to pine cor., S75W 16.50 to pine cor., on David Graham’s line to beg. (signed) Jemima Haynie, F. A. Haynie. Wit: Ew’d W. Powell, William Gaines, Philip Shackleford, J.I.C. Rec. 29 Mar 1817.

page 302   Ga.: 3 Oct 1816, John Vinyard and Frances his wife of Madison Co., Ga., to Wm. Dearing and James Alexander, both of the town of Washington, Wilkes Co., for $1000, tract in Madison Co. on south side of Broad River, bounded NE by said river, all other sides vacant when surveyed, 350 acres, beg. hickory on the river bank at the upper end of survey, S46W 44 ch. to stake, S44E 59 ch. 50 links to chestnut, E 21 ch. 50 links to pine, N41E 15 ch. to pine, N70E to river, up river to beg., part of a 400 acre tract orig. granted to John Fergus. (signed) John Vinyard, Frances (x) Vinyard. Wit: Moses Vinyard, William (x) Webster, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Proved by Moses Vinyard and William (x) Webster 4 Oct 1816. Frances Vinyard relinquished her dower right. Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 29 Mar 1817.

page 304   Ga.: 3 Oct 1816, John Vinyard and Frances his wife of Madison Co., Ga., to Wm. Dearing & James Alexander, both of the town of Washington, Wilkes Co., for $1000, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Matthew’s Creek, known as the Madison Spring tract, 100 acres, beg. spanish oak x, N75W 31 ch. 62 links to post oak x, S15W 31 ch. 62 links to black oak x, S75E 31 ch. 62 links to pine x, N15E 31 ch. 62 links to beg. (signed) John Vinyard, Frances (x) Vinyard. Wit: Moses Vinyard, Wm. (x) Webster, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Proved by Moses Vinyard and William (x) Webster 4 Oct 1816, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Madison Co., Ga.: of the within mentioned 100 acres, it is understood that the lot of land containing 1 acre now covered by Thomas Terrel’s house belongs to said Terrel and is not conveyed to Dearing & Alexander. Note: This writing was on the back of the deed but no name signed thereunto. James Long, Clk. Rec. 3 Apr 1817.

page 306   Madison Co., Ga.: 3 Oct 1816, John Vinyard & Frances his wife of Madison Co., Ga., to Wm. Dearing & James Alexander, both of the town of Washington, Wilkes Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Matthew’s Creek and bordering on the south side of Broad River, 300 acres, with the exception of 100 acres known as the Madison Spring tract laying partly in the survey which John & Frances hath this day sold to Dearing & Alexander, beg. hickory cor. on banks of Broad River, S46W to hickory 40 ch., N44W 60 ch. to pine, N60E 55 ch. to pine, S72E 20 ch. to pine on Broad River, along river to beg. (signed) John Vinayard, Frances (x) Vinyard. Wit: Moses Vinyard, Wm. (x) Webster, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Frances Vinyard relinquishes her dower right, proved by Moses Vinayard and William (x) Webster 4 Oct 1816, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 3 Apr 1817.

page 308   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Jan 1817, Joseph Sanders to Charles Sims, both of said county, for $350, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. post oak cor., S45E 8 ch. to poplar, S30E 23 ch. to black oak, S60W 37 ch. 50 links to pine, N25W 22 ch. 24 links to red oak, N45E 9.50 to hickory, N35E 22 ch. 50 links to beg., 95 acres. (signed) Joseph (x) Sanders. Wit: Jacob Anderson, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 309   Received of James Saunders $1.50 being the amount & 25% interest that I paid for a tract of land sold by John Collier, Esq. in the town of Lexington on 3 Aug 1813 for the district tax, advertised & sold as having been given in by Wm. Grimes agent for John Wittright, & now I do hereby relinquish all claim to said land 10 Jul 1815. (signed) Robt. Freeman. Wit: Wm. M. Stokes. Proved by Wm. M. Stokes 5 May 1817, John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 310   25 Jul 1816, William McCree (atty. in fact for Thomas Scrivner) of Clarke Co., Ga., to Adam Carruth of Madison Co., Ga., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Fork of Broad River, 200 acres whereon said Carruth now lives, beg. poplar cor. on or near a branch, S10E on surveyed land 61 ch. 50 links to hickory cor., S80E 65 ch. 50 links to gum cor. of the orig. survey, N35W 89 ch. to beg., part of 400 acre tract surveyed for said Scrivner 5 Jul 1807 and granted 3 Sep 1812, in Franklin Co. at time of survey. (signed) Wm. McCree, Atty. in fact for Thomas Scrivner. Wit: John Carruth, Alexander McRee, John McRee. Proved by John Carruth 17 May 1817, C. Polk, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 311   7 Apr 1817, Samuel Woods, Sr. of Jackson Co., Ga. to James Eberhart of Madison Co., for $300, 3 tracts in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, 178 acres adj. Andrew Walker & others; first tract beg. white oak, N30E 33 ch. 50 links to sassafras, S60E 45 ch. to hickory cor., S30W 33 ch. 50 links to black oak cor., N60W 45 ch. to beg., 150 acres; another tract on south side of aforesaid tract, beg. pine cor., N30E 7 ch., N60W 28 ch. & 25 to white oak, S35W 46 ch. 25 links to white oak, S25E 29 ch. to beg., 13 acres; another tract adj. the aforesaid tract, beg. stake, N60E 80 poles to post oak cor., S30W 30 to stake cor., S60E 80 to pine cor., N30E 30 poles to beg., 15 acres. (signed) Samuel Woods, Sr. Wit: James Griffeth, Robert Woods, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 313   Madison Co., Ga.: Robertson Murphy, atty. for Whitmill Harrington of Robertson Co., Tenn., to John Scott of Madison Co., Ga., for $600, two negroes & their increase, to wit, Linda a negro woman about 37 years of age, and Minda her child about 3 years of age; with the following exceptions: the aforesaid negroes being mortgaged to William Hodge for $200, said Scott to pay the amt. of mortgage to said Hodge upon delivery of the negroes to Scott. (signed) R. Murphy, in fact for Whit’ll Harrington. Wit: William Hodge, James Ramsey. Proved by William Hodge 1 Apr 1817, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 314   Ga.: Isaiah D. Hart of Telfair Co., Ga. to John Scott of Madison Co., Ga., one negro boy by the name of Tom about 15 or 16 years of age, for $500. 24 Mar 1817. (signed) Isaiah D. Hart. Wit: James Long, Alexander Ware. Proved by Alexander Ware 1 Apr 1817, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 20 May 1817.

page 315   Ga.: 1 Jan 1817, Isham Sims and Mary his wife of Madison Co., Ga. to Stephen White of said county, for $45, 30 acres in Madison Co., part of a 50 acre tract granted to Robert Floyd 24 Nov 1815, beg. pine cor., S42E 19 ch. 5 links to white oak cor., S70W 23 to pine cor., N22W 7 ch. 5 links to pine cor., N3E 7 ch. 19 links to hickory cor., N56E 13 ch. to beg., bounded by Sims, Carrington, S. White &c. (signed) Isham Sims, Mary Sims. Wit: Wiley J. Bridges, Henry P. White. Proved by Henry P. White 7 Apr 1817, Jeremiah Hall, J.P. Rec. 5 Jun 1817.

page 316   Ga.: 18 Mar 1817, Mary Carruth of Madison Co., Ga., to Vining Cooper of same county, for $500, 235 acres in Madison Co. on north side of Brushy Creek, part of a tract granted to Hugh McDaniel, beg. on branch joining Britton Sanders, dec’d on a poplar cor., down branch to the buck branch to poplar cor., down branch to its junction with Brushy Creek to black oak cor., down creek to iron wood cor., N15W 38 ch. to black oak cor., S78E 4 ch. to pine, N76W 10 ch. to stake, N 3 ch. 50 links to stake, N55W 15 to pine, thence to beg., bounded on the buck branch by Wm. Hitchcock, on Brushy Creek by William Sanders. (signed) Mary (x) Carruth. Wit: William Sanders, Stephen Groves, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 5 Jun 1817.

page 317   Madison Co., Ga.: 4 Feb 1817, Nathan Willeford, Esq., sheriff of Madison Co., to James Rhodes of same county. Whereas an execution issued out of Wilkes Co. Superior Court against David Creswell (to wit) Stephen Gafford vs. David Creswell, issued 2 Nov 1800 & levied on 200 acres as the property of David Creswell, where James Rhodes now lives, on Fork Creek adj. Ben Brown & others, sold on 1st Tues. Feb 1817 (after being advertised in the Athens Gazette) to James Rhodes, the highest bidder, for $5. (signed) Nathan Willeford, Shff. Wit: Saml. Willeford, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 5 Jun 1817.

page 318   Madison Co., Ga.: 20 Dec 1816, Nathan Willeford, Esq., sheriff of Madison Co., to Horatio G. Brewer of Elbert Co., Ga. Whereas 3 executions issued out of Justices Court against Robert L. Tait, to wit, Arnold Thompson vs. Robert L. Tait & Lewis T. Berry; William Patterson vs. Robert L. Tait & Royal Richards in 2 cases; issued 13 Oct 1813 and levied on 269 acres, the property of Robert L. Tait where said Tait now lives, on waters of South Broad River adj. Groves & others; sold 1st Tues. Dec 1816 (after being advertised in the Athens Gazette) to Horatio G. Brewer, the highest bidder, for $30. (signed) Nathan Willeford, Shff. Wit: Benj. Brown, Edward Ware, J.I.C. Rec. 2 Jul 1817. 7 Dec 1833: Susan Brewer relinquishes all claim to 269 acres to Robert L. Tait, as I am authorized as admin. of H. G. Brewer, dec’d. (signed) Susan Brewer. Test: E. H. Brewer. Rec. 27 Dec 1833.

page 319   23 Nov 1816, Eldridge Barker of Jackson Co., Ga. to Gabriel Lewis of Madison Co., Ga., for $80, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 105 acres, beg. red oak cor., N11E 44 to red oak, S54E 26 to red oak, S6W 35 to chestnut, S80W 13 to pine, N54W 16 to beg., part of a tract surveyed to Lewis Barker. (signed) Eldridge (x) Barker. Wit: John G. Pittman, M. H. Pittman, J.P. Rec. 2 Jul 1817.

page 320   26 Dec 1815, Shadrick Smith of Madison Co., Ga. to Gabriel Lewis of said county, for $150, tract in Madison Co., 120 acres, beg. black gum in a pond, N85E 34 ch. to post oak, S82E 26 ch. to post oak, N16E 13 ch. to red oak stump, N40W to pine cor. on Joseph Sanders’ line, along the old road to pine cor. on Shadrick Smith’s line, with Smith’s line to beg. (signed) Shadrick (x) Smith. Wit: William Meroney, John Meroney, John Meroney, J.P. Rec. 2 Jul 1817.

page 322  Madison Co., Ga.: 3 Mar 1817, Jabez Floyd to John Floyd, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on Fork Creek, 50 acres, beg. pine cor., down the road leading to the Augusta Road towards Wm. Wms. Willeford’s as Henson Carrington’s line runs to the head of the branch between said Floyd & Carrington, along the path from the head of said branch leading to William Graham’s until path crosses William Graham’s line, straight line to beg. (signed) Jabez (x) Floyd. Wit: Samuel Willeford, Lewis Floyd. Proved by Lewis Floyd 11 Aug 1817, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 11 Aug 1817.

page 323   Hancock Co., Ga.: 21 Apr 1817, John Crowder and Henry Mitchell, both of Hancock Co., to Robert Mitchell and William B. Crowder of same county, for $1000, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Broad River, 737 acres, part of a 2900 acre survey orig. granted to Samuel Creswell and Ezekiel Offitt 29 Sep 1787, beg. white oak on the Franklin Co. line, S80E 87 ch. to hickory, N10E 81 ch. to pine, N80W 87 ch. to post oak, S10W 81 ch. to beg. (signed) Jno. Crowder, Hen’y Mitchell. Wit: Thos. Foster, J.P., Thomas F. McK--, Elias Boyer, Roberds Thomas, George Horton. There is an exception of 50 acres to be deducted from the above, as the 50 acres was granted some time previous to the commissioners of the town of Danielsville by Henry Mitchell & John Crowder. Rec. 20 Sep 1817.

page 324   Wilkes Co., Ga.: 25 Jul 1817, Matthew Talbot of Wilkes Co. to John Jarrel of Madison Co., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on the Cattail Branch, 200 acres, adj. Atchenson, Tolbert & others, granted to David Creswell, sold to Matthew Talbot on 1st Tues. Apr 1815 by George Eberhart, sheriff of Madison Co. (signed) Matthew Talbot. Wit: M. Henderson, David Boren, Johnson Wellborn, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Oct 1817.

page 325   Madison Co., Ga.: 20 Nov 1813, John S. Fall of Jasper Co., Ga. to Sidney Anderson of Madison Co., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 59 acres, adj. William Hitchcock, John N. Anderson & James Sanders, beg. hickory cor., S45E 42 ch. 50 links to black oak cor., N15W 50 ch. to post oak, S31W 25 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) John S. Fall. Wit: John N. (x) Anderson, Maxwell (x) Anderson, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 3 Nov 1817.

page 326   13 Feb 1813, Wm. Polk of Jackson Co., Ga. to Evan Polk of Madison Co. Ga., for $160, tract on South Broad River, beg. water oak near the creek, a corner of Collier’s line, N75W 33 ch. to Collier’s other cor., S15W 4 ch. to pine, with Collier’s line 2 [?] to pine on Collier’s line, to McCree’s post oak cor., with McCree’s line to creek, down creek to beg., including all improvements with one half of the mill, &c, 125 acres. (signed) William Polk. Wit: C. Polk, Betsey Polk. Proved by Charles Polk 9 Oct 1817, John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 14 Nov 1817.

page 327   Madison Co., Ga.: 8 Jan 1814, George Hampton to Shadrick Smith, both of Madison Co., for $170, 187 acres in Madison Co., beg. stake cor., S20W 74 ch. to gum cor., N85E 34 ch. to post oak, SE 20 ch. to post oak, N16E 13 ch. to red oak, N40W 57 ch. to beg. (signed) George (x) Hampton. Wit: Lewis McKleroy, John Strouder, Nathan Meroney, J.P. Rec. 14 Nov 1817.

page 328   Madison Co., Ga.: 25 Nov 1813, William Smith to Shedrack Smith, both of Madison Co., for $175, tract in Madison Co., beg. stake on Bozeman Adare’s line, S60W 250 ch. to black gum, N30W 27 ch. to chestnut, W 4 ch. to pine, S12E 65 ch. to pine, S45W to pine on Estang’s line, with said line to Nelson’s gum cor., with Nelson’s line to beg., 125 acres. (signed) William (x) Smith. Wit: Hawkins Bullock, John Meroney, Nathan Meroney, J.P. Rec. 14 Nov 1817.

page 329   Ga.: 7 Jul 1817, James Sanders, Edward Ware, Allen Daniel, Bozeman Adare & Philip Shackleford, commissioners of Madison Co., Ga., to Henry Blake of Oglethorpe Co., the highest bidder, Lot Number 14 in the village of Danielsville, acre, for $70. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Sanders, Edward Ware, Bozeman Adare, Philip Shackleford, commissioners. Wit: Nathan Willeford, Saml. Groves, A. Moon. Proved by Nathan Willeford 9 Oct 1817, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 331   Ga.: 7 Jul 1817, James Sanders, Edward Ware, Allen Daniel, Bozeman Adare & Philip Shackleford, commissioners of Madison Co., Ga. to Henry Blake and Shimie Mann of Oglethorpe Co., the highest bidders, Lot Number 15 in the village of Danielsville, acre, for $63. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Sanders, Edward Ware, Bozeman Adare, Philip Shackleford, commissioners. Wit: Nathan Willeford, Saml. Groves, A. Moon. Proved by Nathan Willeford 9 Oct 1817, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 332   26 May 1817, Daniel Orr to Robert Orr, both of Madison Co., Ga., 200 acres in Madison Co., beg. post oak, S58E 33 to cor. white oak, S32W 60 to hickory on Webb’s line, along Webb’s line to water oak, along Smith’s line to beg., part of the land orig. granted to William Clifton and conveyed to Daniel Orr. (signed) Daniel Orr. Wit: Daniel Lilly, Henry P. White, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 333   14 Nov 1816, Tyre Landers and Frances his wife to Humphrey D. Landers, all of Madison Co., Ga., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Fork of Broad River, beg. post oak, S to red oak with David H. Griffeth’s line, W to spanish oak with Morrow’s line, N to pine, E to beg. with Pearson’s line, 67 acres, part of a tract granted to James Alford. (signed) Tyre Landers, Frances Landers. Wit: William (x) Landers, Hiram Brown, John Landers, Philip Shackleford, J.I.C. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 334   Madison Co., Ga.: 27 Dec 1816, Gabriel Lewis to Jacob Strickland, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $130, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 105 acres, adj. Osburn Wiley & others, beg. red oak cor., S54E 26 ch. to red oak cor., S6W 35 ch. to chestnut cor., S80W 13 ch. to pine cor., N54W 16 ch. to pine cor., N54W 16 ch. to red oak cor., N11E 44 ch. to beg. (signed) Gabriel (x) Lewis. Wit: Milza Strickland, David Hampton. Proved by Milza Strickland and David Hampton 14 Jun 1817, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 335   22 Oct 1817, John Carruth, Atty. in fact for Lewis Sewal of Madison Co., Ga., to James Carruth of said county, for $37.50, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Blue Stone Creek, 50 acres, beg. pine cor. Robert Millican’s corner, N65E 12 ch. to sweet gum on said Jas. Carruth’s own cor., N25W 40 ch. to post oak, S65W 12 ch. to hickory cor., S25E 40 ch. to beg. (signed) John Carruth, Atty. in fact for Lewis Sewal. Wit: Alfred Carruth, J. A. McEwin, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 336   Ga.: William Dearing of Wilkes Co., Ga. have authorized Mr. James Alexander of Madison Co. to dispose of and make conveyance of all my rights & title to any of the 32 lots unsold at the Madison Springs in Madison Co., in the plan of said village to contain acre. 3 Sep 1817. (signed) Wm. Dearing. Wit: Green Rutherford, S. Minor, Jno. K. M. Charlton, J.P. Rec. 20 Nov 1817.

page 336   3 Jun 1817, William Dearing & James Alexander of Wilkes Co., Ga. to Thomas M. Gilmer of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., for $50, tract in Madison Co., Ga. at a place known by the name of Madison Springs & known in the place laid out for a town or village at said springs by No. 29, beg. stake on the street, N20E 418 feet to stake cor., N70W 52 feet to stake cor., S20W 418 feet to stake, S70E on the street 52 feet to beg., on the conditions following: said Thomas M. Gilmer to have priviledge of timber for building on said lot and firewood to be taken from the tract belonging to said William & James adj. said village, except the publick commons, and said Thomas M. Gilmer is restricted & prohibited from keeping a house of entertainment or boarding any person or persons for compensation or vending goods, ware or merchandise of any kind. (signed) James Alexander, James Alexander in fact for Wm. Dearing. Wit: John Riley, Geo. R. Gilmer, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 20th 1817.

page 337   5 Sep 1817, William Dearing and James Alexander of Wilkes Co., Ga. to John J. Cochran of Columbia Co., Ga., for $50, tract in Madison Co., Ga. at a place known by the name of Madison Springs, and known in the place laid out for a town or village at said springs by No. 12, beg. at a x stake on the street, S20W 418 feet to x stake, N70W to cor. stake 52 feet, N20E 418 feet to stake on the street, S70E 52 feet to beg., on the conditions following: said John J. Cochran to have priviledge of timber for building on said lot and firewood to be taken from the tract belonging to said William & James adj. said village, except the publick commons, and said John J. Cochran is restricted & prohibited from keeping a house of entertainment or boarding any person for hire or compensation or retailing spirits or vending goods, ware or merchandise of any kind. (signed) James Alexander, James Alexander Atty. in fact for Wm. Dearing. Wit: Geo. R. Gilmer, John Riley, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 21 Nov 1817.

page 338  5 Sep 1817, William Dearing and James Alexander of Wilkes Co., Ga. to Shaler Hillyer of said county, for $50, tract in Madison Co., Ga. at a place known by the name of Madison Springs, and known in the place laid out for a town or village at said springs by No. 27, beg. stake on the street, N20E 418 feet to x stake, N70W 52 feet to cor. stake, S20W 418 feet to x cor., S70E on the street 52 feet to beg., on the conditions following: said Shaler Hillyer to have priviledge of timber for building on said lot and firewood to be taken from the tract belonging to said William & James adj. said village, except the publick commons, and said Shaler Hillyer is restricted & prohibited from keeping a house of entertainment or boarding any person for hire or compensation or retailing spirits or vending goods, ware or merchandise of any kind. (signed) James Alexander, James Alexander Atty. in fact for Wm. Dearing. Wit: Geo. R. Gilmer, John Riley, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 21 Nov 1817.

page 339   12 Sep 1817, William Dearing and James Alexander of Wilkes Co., Ga. to Andrew Ruddel of said county, for $50, tract in Madison Co., Ga. at a place known by the name of Madison Springs, and known in the place laid out for a town or village at said springs by No. 9, beg. stake on the street, S20W 418 feet to x stake, S70E 52 feet to cor. stake, N20E 418 feet to x stake, N70W on the street 52 feet to beg., on the conditions following: said Andrew Ruddel to have priviledge of timber for building on said lot and firewood to be taken from the tract belonging to said William & James adj. said village, except the publick commons, and said Andew Ruddel is restricted & prohibited from keeping a house of entertainment or boarding any person for hire or compensation or retailing spirits or vending goods, ware or merchandise of any kind. (signed) James Alexander, James Alexander Atty. in fact for Wm. Dearing. Wit: Thomas Terrel, John Terrel. Rec. 21 Nov 1817.

page 341   Hancock Co., Ga.: I, Robert Mitchell of Hancock Co., Ga., am seized in fee of half a tract immediately around the town of Danielsville in Madison Co., 737 acres, formerly in the possession & occupation of Henry Mitchell and John Crowder, Sr. of Hancock Co., and granted by them to myself, Robert Mitchell, and William B. Crowder jointly, with an exception of 50 acres which was granted by said Henry Mitchell & John Crowder to the commissioners of the town of Danielsville; hereby appoint William B. Crowder my lawful atty. to lease, sell or demise my half of said land in my name. 18 Nov 1817. (signed) R. Mitchell. Wit: Robert Taylor, Jos. A. Evans. Rec. 7 Jan 1818.

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