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       Court and thereout (the Magistrates of this City not affixing any Seal to Depositions
       before them made except only where in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament for
       recovery of Debts in his Majesties Plantations and Colonies in America the
       chief Magistrate causes the seal of the Office of Mayoralty to be affixed Witness
       my Notarial firm and seal in London the fourth day of October one thousand
       seven hundred and eighty five
                                  Benj.a Hammatt Not.s Pub.s         (Seal)

          We Underwritten do hereby Certify and attest that Benjamin Hammatt
       who hath signed and passed the aforegoing Certificate is a Notary Publick dwelling
       and practising in the City of London faithfull Lawfull and of Trust and that to all
       certificates and other acts and writings by him signed and passed full faith and
       credit is and ought to be given in Judgment Court and thereout  Witness our hands
       in London aforesaid the fourth day of October one thousand seven hundred & eighty five
                                                                                                 Jos.a Ogier Not.s Pub.s 1785
17¼ sided
                Recorded February 23.rd 1785                                 S Atkinson Not Pub

Ex.d & Del.d
             Know all Men by these presents that Mary Hanbury of Stake
       Newington in the County of Middlesex Widow late Partner with Osgood Hanbury
       late of London Merchant but now deceased under the firm of Osgood Hanbury
       & C.o hath made ordained constituted authorized and appointed and by these
       presents Doth make ordain constitute authorize and appoint John Clapham
       of high Street Saint Mary Lebone in the County of Middlesex Gentleman
       and Jonas Clapham of Philadelphia in the State of Pensylvania Merchant
       Jointly and severally her true and lawful attorneys giving and hereby  
       granting unto her said attornies or either of them full power and Lawful
       Authority for her the said Constituent and in her name as Surviving
       partner of the aforesaid Osgood Hanbury Deceased or otherwise to ask
       demand Levy sue for and by all Lawful ways and means recover and
       receive of and from all and every or any person or persons whatsoever
       whom it shall or may concern inhabiting or being in all any or either of
       the United States of America, all such sum and sums of money Goods
       wares merchandize effects Estate and things which Now are or shall or
       may hereafter be due owing payable belonging or in any wise appertaining
       unto the aforesaid late partnership account of Osgood Hanbury & C.o

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