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Be it known to all whom it may concern
for divers good reasons, as well as the Love and
affection I have for my Daughter Sally B. [Fry?]
I hereby give grant and by these presents. Do give
grant and bequeath in trust to her friend Mr
R.R. Howison for the sole use and benefit of my
said Daughter, Sally B. [Fry?]. The following named
slaves with their increase viz Lanetty, Alexander,
James, Virginia, Polly [struck: text], Katey, Margaret, Joshua
William and Spencer [struck: text] upon this [especial?]
trust and confidence that at my decease
my said Daughter shall receive in possession
the sale profit or benefit arising from the
said slaves passing through the hands of
[inserted above: text] with the same powers & trusts declared in a deed to said trustee for her dated December 2 1849
the trustee or his agent. Given under my hand and seal this 17th day of July 1854

James Scott seal

NB The interlineation in line 15
was made before the sealing &
delivery of this deed & "Polly" and
"Spencer" were [illegible][illegible] erased
before the sealing & delivery hereof

City of Richmond VA
I Hawes R Sutton _ a Notary Public in and
for the City aforesaid in the State of Virginia. I hereby certify that James
Scott whose name is signed to the writing hereto annexed bearing date the
17th day of July 1854 [illegible] acknowledged the [illegible] before me in my
[illegible] = [illegible] under my hand this 10th day of October 1854
Hawes R. Sutton N.P. [Notary Public] Richmond

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