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       Administrators and Assigns that the said Elijah Robosso^n^ the aforesaid bargained land and
       premises unto him the said Tho.s Beall his heirs or Assigns shall and will warrant and forever
       defend by these presents from and against all manner of persons claiming by from or under
       him the said Elijah Robosson his heirs or Assigns and further that the said Elijah Robosson
       and his heirs shall and upon request and at the charges in Law of him the said Tho.s Beall
       his heirs or Assigns make do suffer acknowledge and execute any other or further Act or Acts
       thing or things in the Law whatsoever that shall by the said Tho.s Beall his heirs or Assigns
       his or there Council larned in the Law be reasonablely devised advised or requiered for the
       better and sure making the above said bargained land and premises unto the aforesaid Tho.s
       Beall his heirs and Assigns for ever  In witness whereof the party first above mentioned
       Heath hereunto set his hand and affixed his Seal the day and year above written
       Signed Sealed and delivered                                          Elijah Robosson (Seal)
       in the presents of
          Francis Fairbrother   Isaac Harris

       On the back of the aforegoing Deed were the following Endorsements to wit
       October day 1783 Then received of the within named Tho.s Beall son of Ninion the Sum of
       three hundred and ninety pounds Current money it being the Consideration mentioned in the
       within deed Re.d P me                                                Elijah Robosson

       Witness present
                Francis Fairbrother   Isaac Harris

             Ann Arundel County fs.t October 1783 Came Elijah Robosson before us the Subscribers
       two of the Justices assigned to keep the peece for the County aforesaid and acknowledged the within
       deed to be his Act and deed and the within bargained land and premises to be the right and
       estate of the within named Thomas Beall son of Ninian and his heirs forever at the same time
       came Mary Robosson the wife of the above named Elijah Robosson and being by us privately examined
       out of the hearing of her said husband acknowledged that she gave up all her right of Dower unto
       the within Land and premises freely and willianly and without being induced thereto by any threats
       or fear or ill usage of her said husband or fear of his displeasure unto the said Tho.s Beall son of
       Ninian and his heirs for ever according to an Act of Assembly in such cases made and provided
                                                                                                    Allen Quynn
                                                                                                    Francis Fairbrother
       Recorded December 1783
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       This Indenture made this tenth day of January one thousand seven hundred and eighty
       four Between his Excellency William Paca Esquire of the City of Annapolis of the one part and
       Charles Wallace of the City aforesaid Merchant of the other part  Witnesseth that the said William
       Paca for and in Consideration of the sum of five Shillings Sterling money in hand paid by the said
       Charles Wallace hath granted hath granted bargained and sold to the said Charles Wallace and by these presents
       doth ^grant^ bargain and sell to the said Charles Wallace and his heirs all those lots of Ground in the City
       of Annapolis called Nicholsons Lots which the said Charles Wallace sold and conveyed to the said
       William Paca on the twenty ninth day of November one thousand seven hundred and Eighty
       reference being had to the said deed may more fully and at large appear and the reversion and
       reversions remainder and remainders on the said Lots hereby bargained and sold and all the

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