Poladore, etc.: Deed, Richmond City

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This indenture, made this 31st day of August, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, between Mann S. Valentine, and Elizabeth his wife, of the city of Richmond, of the first part, William D. Wren and Frederick Jude, of the same city of the second part, and Addolph Dill, of the same city of the third part: Whereas the said Addolph Dill hath, at the request of the said Mann S. Valentine, become endorser of the promissory note, drawn by Mann S. Valentine & Co for the sum of four thousand five hundred and twenty-five dollars and eighteen cents, dated the 9th of August 1826, and made negotiable and payable, sixty days after date, at the Office of discount and deposit of the Bank of the United States at Richmond, which negotiable promissory note of the said Mann S. Valentine & Co endorsed by the said Addolph Dill has been discounted for the accommodation of the drawers at the said office of discount & deposit of the Bank of the United States at Richmond, and it is contemplated to renew the same, from time to time, for the same or other less sum, until the debt so created shall have been fully paid off; and the said Mann S. Valentine is willing and desirous to save harmless and fully to indemnify the said Addolph Dill in respect to the liability so by him incurred and to be incurred, and for all loss & damage which he may sustain by reason thereof; Now this Indenture Witnesseth, That for and in consideration of the premises, and for the further consideration of one dollar of lawful money of Virginia to the said Mann S. Valentine and Elizabeth his wife in hand paid, by the said William D. Wren and Frederick Jude, at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged,

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they, the said Mann S. Valentine, and Elizabeth his wife, have given granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, released, & confirmed, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release, and confirm, to the said William D. Wren and Frederick Jude, their heirs and assigns for ever, one certain Lot or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the city of Richmond, on the streets called and known by the names of H and 4th streets, including a three story brick house and a kitchen, stable, and other improvements thereon, and bounded as follows, viz. Beginning at the intersection of said H and 4th streets, & running thence with said H street twenty-nine feet six inches to Lewis Cary's line; thence with said Lewis Cary's line one hundred & ten feet to the property line of Linah Hope, alias Nowell; thence with the line of said Hope, alias Nowell, to said 4th street; and thence with said 4th street to the beginning; also the following slaves and other personal property, to wit; the four slaves called and known by the names Poladore, George, Frank, and Winny, and all the houshold and kitchen furniture of him the said Mann S. Valentine; with all & singular the appurtenances to the said lot & premises belonging or in any wise appertaining, and the future increase of the said female slave, and all the estate, right, title and interest, of the said Mann S. Valentine & Elizabeth his wife, & of either of them, in the said granted lot & premises, the said slaves and other personal property: To Have and to Hold the said hereby granted, or intended to be hereby granted lot of land & premises, with its appurtenances, together with the aforesaid slaves and the future increase of said female slave, and all the other personal property hereby conveyed, unto the said William D Wren and Frederick Jude,

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and to the survivor of them, and the heirs, executors, and administrators of such survivor, and their assigns, forever. And the said Mann S. Valentine, and Elizabeth his wife, for themselves, their heirs, executors, and administrators do hereby covenant, promise and agree, to and with the said William D Wren and Frederick Jude, the survivor of them, & the heirs, executors, administrators of such survivor, and their assigns, forever, in manner and from following, that is to say, that the said Mann S. Valentine, and Elizabeth his wife, their heirs, executors, and administrators, the aforesaid lot of land & premises with its appurtenances, together with the aforesaid slaves, and the future increase of the said female slave, and all the other personal property hereby conveyed, unto the said William D. Wren & Frederick Jude and the survivor of them, and the heirs, executors, and administrators of such survivor, and their assigns, against all persons whomsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents: Upon Trust, nevertheless, That the said William D. Wren and Frederick Jude, and the survivor of them; and the heirs, executors & administrators of such survivor, shall permt the said Mann S. Valentine & Elizabeth his wife to remain in quiet and peaceable possession of all the property hereby conveyed, and to take the profits thereof to their own use, until a sale shall be made of the same, or some part thereof, for the objects of this indenture; and whenever the said Mann S. Valentine & Co shall make default in the payment of the aforesaid note, or any other note which shall or may be given for the same debt or any part thereof & endorsed by the said Addolph Dill, and the said Dill, his executors, or administrators, shall require for his or their security or indemnity an executioin of this trust, that they, or one of them, or the survivor of them,

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or the executors, administrators, or heirs of such survivor, as the case may be, shall and will sell the aforesaid lot of land & premises, with its appurtenances, together with the aforesaid slaves, with the future increase of sale female slave, and the other personal property hereby conveyed, or such part of the property hereby conveyed as the trustee or trustees hereby authorised to act, or their representatives in like manner authorised to act, shall think sufficient for the purpose, and shall think proper to sell, to the highest bidder for ready money, at public auction, after having fixed the time and place of sale at their own discretion, & given sixty days notice thereof in one of the newspapers printed in the said City of Richmond: and out of the monies arising from such sale, shall, (after satisfying the charges thereof and all other expenses attending premises,) fully indemnify and save harmless the said Addolph Dill his executors, or administrators, for the liability incurred or which may be incurred by endorsing for the said Mann S. Valentine & Co as aforesaid, by paying to said Dill, his executors or administrators, any sum or sums of money paid by reason of such liability, with the lawful interest thereon, and also paying to any other person or persons, bodies politic & corporate, all lawful demands on accounts of the aforesaid note or any note or notes given for the same debt, or any part thereof, for which the said Dill, his executors, or administrators, shall or may be, in any manner, liable or bound; and the residue of the money arising from such sale, if any, shall pay to the said Mann S. Valentine, his heirs, executors or administrators, or assigns.

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But if the aforesaid negotiable note for the sum of four thousand five hundred and twenty five dollars & eighteen cents, and all other notes which shall or may be given in future for the same debt, or any part thereof, and for the payment of which the said Dill shall be in any manner liable, shall be fully paid off and satisfied before any sale shall have been actually made under and by virtue of this indenture, then this indenture to be void, else to remain in full force and virtue. In witness the said parties to the presents have hereunto set their hands, and affixed their seals, on the day and year first above written. Mann S Valentine seal Elizabeth Valentine seal W. D. Wren seal Frederick Jude seal seal City of Richmond, to wit: We Martin Drewry and John Goddin Justices of the peace of the said City, within the county of Henrico and state of Virginia do hereby certify, that Mann S Valentine and Elizabeth his wife parties to a certain deed, bearding date on the 31st day of August in the year of our Lord 1826, and hereto annexed, personally appeared before us, in our City aforesaid, and acknowledged the same

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