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[[contained by a bracket at top left corner of page]] State of Louisiana City of New Orleans [[/bracket]] [[preprinted text]] Before me, WILLIAM YOUNG LEWIS, NOTARY PUBLIC, in and for the City of New-Orleans, duly commissioned and sworn, this day personally appeared, [[/preprinted text]] --- Henry Farrar Wade of this City --- [[a diagonal line crosses through remaining space in this section]] [[preprinted text]] Who declared, that for and in consideration of [[/preprinted text]] the sum of Six hundred dollars cash in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged --- [[a diagonal line crosses through remaining space in this section]] He does [[preprinted text]] BY THESE PRESENTS, Grant, Bargain, Transfer, Sell, Convey and Deliver unto [[/preprinted text]] ---William Harrison Martin of this City. --- [[a diagonal line crosses through remaining space in this section]] [[preprinted text]] present and accepting, and who hereby acknowledge [[/preprinted text]] s [[preprinted text]] possession thereof, [[/preprinted text]] a certain negro woman Slave named Harriet aged about Twenty three years, acquired by purchase of Madame Mary Ann McRae per act passed in this office dated the Twelfth day of June Eighteen hundred & forty warranted free from the vices of maladies prescribed by law. --- ---And upon which Said Slave agreeably to a Certificate of the Recorder of Mortgages of this City, dated this day & hereunto annexed
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