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In Consideration of Twenty guineys received of Thomas Lourds of London [[???]] Champion Ashby of Loud. Esq: Do oblige my self my heires Exec: & [[dom?]]: to transferr or cause to be transferred unto the said Thomas L ~ his Exec: [[?]]: or ~ [[?]] Two hundred pounds of the present credit in the Joint Stock of the Royal Affrican Company of England Provided the said Thomas Lluds ~ his Exec: [[?]] or a assignos shall demand the said Two hundred pound credit by word or writeing left at the African house in Leaden hall Street London on or before the third day of September next ongoing tho take hereof and allot pay or cause to be paid unto me the said Chaorsprio Ashley. my Escoc. Adm.or afsignos for the said Tow hundred pounds credit at the time of hand forring tho same tho line of two hundred pounds of Lawfull money of England,And it is agreed that if the said Thomas Lewis. his Exec. Admin. or afsigns shall demand the said Two hundred pounds credit. as afordsaid then all Dividends and proceeds that shall arise to voted order or made for in respect of tho said Two hundred pounds credit after this day shall to be remains to only use bond fitted and behoof of the said Thomas Lewis his Exec. Adm. or aforesaid Thon this obligation to be void. And tho said Twenties guinoys to remain to no tho  said Champion Ashby for our writings my hand and soabo tho third day of August in tho third years of tho Roigno of King William and Queen Mary of England and. Amo Din 16gt.
Sealed and Delivered 
in the prosonco of 
John Holker
 W. Thorowgood              Champion Ashby
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