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C. D. has hereunto set his hand and seal, this sixteenth day of November, 1832.
Ć. D. (SEAL.] Signed, sealed, &c.
Substitution by endorsement.
Know all men by these presents, that I, C.D., named in the within letter of attorney, have made, appointed, and substituted, and by these presents, by virtue of the power and authority to me given, in and by the said letter of attorney, do make, appoint, and substitute E. F., of
to be the true and lawful attorney of the said A. B., the constituent in the within letter of attorney named, to do, execute, and perform all sueh acts, deeds, matters, and things, as shall and may be requisite and necessary to be done and performed, for effecting the purposes and objects in the said letter of attorney contained and set forth, as fully and effectually, in all respects, and to all intents and purposes, as I myself might or could do, in virtue of the power and authority aforesaid, if personally present; hereby ratifying and confirming all whatsoever my said substitute shall lawfully do in virtue bereof. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 16th day of November, 1832.
C. D. [SEAL.]
Letter of revocation.
To all people to whom these presents shall come: Whereas, 1, A. B., of tne town of New Albany, and state of Indiana, did heretofore, by a certain letter of attorney, empower C.D., of Vincennes, in the state aforesaid, to be my attorney, in my name and for my use, to recover and receive all such moneys, debts, and effects whatsoever, as were due, owing, or payable to me by, &c. [as in the letter) and to do all other matters and things as fully as I myself might or could do for that purpose; as by the same letter of attorney, relation being thereunto bad, more fully and at large appears. Now, know ye, that I, the said A. B., for divers good causes and considerations, have revoked, recalled, countermanded, and made void, and by these presents, do recall, countermand, and make void, and to all intents and purposes null and
of none effect, the said recited letter of attorney and all the powers and authorities therein and thereby given and granted, and all other matters and things therein, or in any of them contained; and all acts, matters, and things whatsoever, which shall or may be acted, done, or performed, by virtue or means thereof, in any manner what
And further, know ye, that I, the said A. B., do by these presents, make, name, constitute, and appoint, and in my place and stead put and depute J. S., of
to be my true and lawsul attorney, for me, and in my name, and for my use, to ask, demand, &c. (as in the former letter.]
LETTER OF LICENSE.
From creditors to a debtor.
Know all men by these presents, that we whose names are hereunto subscribed, and seals affixed, creditors of Simon Ross, of
, taking into consideration that by reason of losses and misfortunes, he the said Simon Ross has not at present wherewith to pay and satisfy us our several debts, do therefore, at the request of the said Simon Ross, severally and respectively agree, and bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, to accept and take of him, the said Simon Ross, all such debts and sums of money as he owes to us, and each of us respectively, by four equal portions or payments: the first payment to be made in one year now next ensuing the date hereof; the second payment in two years now next ensuing; the third in three years, now next ensuing; and the residue within four years now hext ensuing. And we further severally and respectively agree, not to arrest, sue, or prosecute, by any means whatsoever, the said Simon Ross, or his goods or effects, unless default shall be made in payment of the debts aforesaid, on the several days and times above limited. In witness whereof, we have hereunto severally subscribed our names and affixed our seals the 16th day of November, A.D. 1832.
Of a slave.
Know all men by these prosents, that I, David Fuller, of New-Albany, in the state of Indiana, from motives of benevolence and humanity, have manumitted, and do hereby manumit and set free from slavery, a certain man of color.named John Fisher, aged about twentyfive years, now in the city of Louisville in the state of Kentucky, who is by the laws of that state, my lawful slave. And I do hereby give, grant, and release, to the said John Fisher, all my right, title, and claim, and all the right, title, and claim of my heirs, executors, and administrators, in and to the person, labour, and service of the said John, and to any estate or property which he may bereafter acquire or obtain. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the nineteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty-two.
DAVID FULLER (SEAL.]
w Promissory notes are of three kinds. First; seal ed notes, which in their legal effect and operation, are bills obligatory; they support the same species of action, and may be declared upon by that pame. Second; unsealed notes, such as are used in the ordinary transactions of business between citizen and citizen. And thirdly; such notes as are made negotiable and payable at a chartered bank, and subject, like inland bills of exchange, to the law merchant.
Common form of a note under scal.
I promise to pay Caleb Day, or order, or assigns, one hundred dollars, six months after date for value received. Witness my hand and seal the 19th day of November, 1832.
ADAM BELL (SEAL.]
Sealed note, with interest from date.
For value received, I promise to pay Charles Drew, or assigns, fifty dollars on or before the first day of March next, with legal interest from date. Witness
hand and seal, the 19th day of November, 1832.
ABEL THORNTON (SEAL.]
An unsealed note, common form.
Six months after date, I promise to pay Simon Dotson or order, two hundred dollars, for value received, November 19th, 1832.
A note with a surety.
We, or either of us, promise to pay William Dunlap or order, fifty dollars, sixty days after date, for value received, November 19th, 1832.
A note payable at a bank.
Sixty days after date I promise to pay, at the office of discount and deposit at to the order of John Fulton, five hundred dollars, without defalcation, for value received. November 19th, 1832.
A common order for the payment of money.
Jeffersonville, November 19, 1832. Sir, please to pay to Samuel Duff, twenty dollars, and place the same to account of
PETER FLINN. MR. David Marsh, New Albany.
Order to deliver a horse.
Sir, please let the bearer, John Bennet, have the horse I left in your care, and oblige,
Salem, Nov. 19, 1832. ANDREW HUNTER.
A general form.
Received, Jeffersonville, November 20, 1832, of Frederick Swan, the sum of one hundred dollars, in full for a horse sold by me to the said Frederick, and of all demands.
Receipt for rent. Received, Indianapolis, May 4, 1832, of Gasper Klipes the sum of fifty dollars, being the amount in full of one quarter's rent of the house and lot now in his possession on Washington street, due on the first instant.
For rent paid by a third person.
Received, Charlestown, November 20, 1832, of Ephraim Potts, the sum of sixty dollars, being the amount of the rent of a farm, by me rented to Ebenezer Potts, on · Silver creek, for the quarter ending the fifteenth instant.
For money paid by a third person on account.
Received, November 20, 1832, of Henry Williamson, by the hands of Thomas Jobpson, the sum of forty-two dollars, in full for sundry articles of merchandize, sold to the said Henry Williamson, by me,
For money received for the use of another. Received, November 20, 1832, of Caleb Eromerson,