Aggy, etc.: Deed, Richmond City

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This Indenture made this twenty first day of April in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Four between John O Lay of the City of Richmond of the first part Gurdon H. Bacchus of the said City of the second part and Robert Leckie of [Rock?]ville South Carolina of the third part Witnesseth. That whereas the said John O. Lay is justly indebted to the said Robert Leckie of the third part for money had and received of him as will more fully appear by a note signed and given by Peck Lay & Co to the said Leckie for Four Thousand Dollars which said note is dated the 12th March 1819 payable to Robert Leckie or order on demand and whereas sundry payments have been made on the said note leaving the balance due thereon including interest up to the 12th day of April 1824 as by settlement between the said Lay & Leckie at that date Twenty Six Hundred & Thirty One [altered: Thirty One] Dollars and Eighty three [altered: Eighty three] cents which said sum together with the farther sum of Two Thousand Dollars borrowed and received of the said Leckie by the said Lay as will more fully appear by a note of the said John O. Lay of even date with this Indenture payable on demand with interest from date to said R. Leckie or order for the sum of Two Thousand Dollars aforesaid which said sums so due as aforementioned it is the desire and intention of the said John O. Lay to secure. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the promises and also for the farther consideration of One Dollar in hand paid to the said John O Lay at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents by the said G H. Bacchus the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged he the said John O Lay hath given, granted, bargained, sold, released

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enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents doth give grant bargain, sell release enfeoff and confirm to the said G. H. Bacchus his heirs and assigns forever, all claim right title and interest to all property real and personal of every description whatsoever to him belonging whether in his possession or to be hereafter obtained, a part of which property & claims so conveyed is hereafter enumerated to wit all his Household & Kitchen Furniture consisting of Four Feather Beds, Bedsteads, Blankets, and Bedding for the same, Two Side Boards, One Sett of Dining Tables, Three Tea and Card Tables, Three Bureaus, Dressing Tables, Writing Machine, Writing Desk, One Sofa Twenty Five Chairs, Two Looking Glasses Three Fenders Shovels and Tongs, Window Blinds, One Time Piece, One Watch, Tea Trays, Wine and Jelly Glasses and Plain [Hub?] Glass Tumblers & Decanters Pitchers Tea and Dining China, Twenty Silver Spoons, Silver Ladle and Sugar Tongs, Three Carpets, Spy Glass, Refrigerator. Liquor Case, Kitchen Stove, Fifty Volumes of Books. Also Two Horses Two Cows a Waggon, Gig and Harnesses, Saddle Bridles &c - Also Three Negro Slaves, Aggy and her two children Richard and Robinson. Also all my right and interest in Nine Soldiers Patents for Land, in Illinois conveyed by D [Lakenaw?], all my right and title to a House and Lots in Manchester conveyed by N Childers, all my right and title to a House and Lot in Richmond under a claim from C. F. Toomer, all my rights and interest in One Share of the Richmond Theatre. Also the Certificates of Eighteen Shares of Richmond and Osborns Turnpike Stock together with all the claims notes and debts whatsoever of every description due either to Peck, Lay &Co. or to the said John O. Lay individually. Also all the stock of Groceries and Goods in store belonging to the said John O Lay before or at the time of closing this Deed of Trust. Also all monies or claims to become due by virtue of a Contract made by

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the said Lay with Col. George Gibson Commissary General of Subsistence, with full power as my attorney to demand sue for & recover the same and in my name or as my attorney to grant a Receipt or Receipts for the same -- To have and to hold the property of every description hereby conveyed unto the said Gurdon H. Bacchus his heirs assigns, executors &c, forever and the said John O. Lay for himself his heirs, executors admistrators and assigns doth hereby covenant to and with the said G. H. Bacchus that the title to the property hereby conveyed against the claim of any and all persons whatsoever he shall and will forever warrant and defend. Upon Trust nevertheless that as the said beforementioned debts which it is the object of this Deed to secure are now due and liabile to be demanded the said G. H. Bacchus shall permit the said Lay to remain in quiet possession of all the property and premises hereby conveyed until a sale thereof shall be directed by the said Robert Leckie, and then upon this farther Trust that the said G. H. Bacchus his assigns &c. shall and will after being so directed as aforesaid proceed to sell the same either at Auction or at private Sale as may by him be deemed most advantageous, and out of the proceeds arising from such sale shall after paying all costs and expenses of this Trust pay to the said Leckie or his assigns, the full amount of the two debts before named or so much thereof as the proceeds he may receive will be sufficient to pay with interest thereon until paid and the balance if any pay over to the said John

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O Lay his assigns &c. Should the said debts and interest be paid to the said Leckie on or before the day that may be appointed for a sale then this Indenture to be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue In Witness whereof the parties have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written Sealed and delivered in the presence of - Jno. O. Lay Seal G. H. Bacchus Seal Seal

At a Court of Hustings held for the City of Richmond at the City Hall the 22nd day of April 1824 This Indenture was acknowledged by John O Lay and G. H Bacchus parties thereto, and ordered to be recorded. Test Th C Howard clk

Deed of Trust Lay to Bacchus for the benefit of Leckie

5 Lay to Bacchus Trust deed 1824 April 22. Trust deed ackd. in Ct. by Lay & Bacchus & O.R Recorded No 22 page 271 and Examined

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