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MS 35.  Literal transcription – misspellings are left intact, ax denotes illegible word, italicized items are my own comments for clarification – TG.

Title:  Stacy Potts’s Bond for British pounds symbol 40.00.00 Payable June 10th 1755 to Sarah Potts

Know all Men by these presnts that I Stacy Potts of Trenton in the County of Hunterdon & Province of New Jersey Tanner am held and firmly Bound unto Sarah Potts of the Same Place in the Just and full sum of Eighty Pounds Current money of the said Province and for the trut paym’t. thereof I do bind my Self my Heirs Executors Adminiftrators and every of them firmly by these presents Sealed with my Seal and dated this Tenth day of June one thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty four-----------------1754,

The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bounded Stacy Potts his heirs Executors or Administrators shall pay or cause to be paid to the above named Sarah Potts her certain Attorney Heirs Exec’rs Administrators or afsigns the sum of Forty Pounds of like money afforesaid on or before the Tenth day of June next ensuing the date here of with Lawful Interest for the same that then this present Obligation Shall be Void and of none Effect otherways to be and remain in full force and Virtue---------------------

Sealed & Delivered}

In the presence of}                   Signed:  Stacy Potts

Signed:  Mary Potts

            Sarah Potts jun’r

Verso:  Interest Due this ax Day of Aug’t 1757 for 3 years is British pounds symbol 8”8-


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