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Bail Bond from Oliver Granger and William Marks, 13 February 1838 [Allen v. Granger, 1837]

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In the action of Matthew Allen against <i> we and do acknowledge ourselves baill for the appellant in the sum of fifty dollars to be levied of our good and chattels lands &c tenements in case the appellant shall be condemned in the action and shall fail to pay the condemnation and money and costs that have accrued or may accrued in the court of common pleas
Taken signed and acknowledged this 13th day of February A.D. 1838 before me seal
Execution recalled Feb. 13th 1838 [p. [1]]
In the action of Matthew Allen against i we and do acknowledge ourselves bail for the appellant in the sum of fifty dollars to be levied of our good and chattels lands &c tenements in case the appellant shall be condemned in the action and shall fail to pay the condemnation money and costs that have accrued or may accrue in the court of common pleas
Taken signed and acknowledged this 13th day of February A.D. 1838 before me seal
Execution recalled Feb. 13th 1838 [p. [1]]
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