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Bond of John Owen and Thomas Harrison, 1705 Apr. 7.

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Knowe all men by these prsents that wee Jno Owen and Thomas Harrisson of ye County of Prince George are holden & ffirmly stande bound unto William Epes Sherriff of ye said County in the penal some of one hundred pounds sterlling to be payd unto ye sayd Epes his heirs Exctors & Admtors unto wch payment well and truely to be made wee bind us & every of us our & every of our heirs Excters and admtors Jointly & severally ffirmly by those prsents In Wittness wherof wee have hereunto sett our hands and Seales this 7th Day of Aprill 1705

The Condicon of this Obligacon is such that if the af'saide bounden Jno Owen shall make make his prsonall [appearance?] before the Honble Genll Court) on the Second [page torn] her Majties Queen Anne her Royall [page torn] and then & their answere the Suit of Arthur Allen in an Action on ye Case and Stand and abide by the award of ye sd Court then this Obligacon to be voyd & of none effect or else to remaine in full fforce & virtue Jno Owen Thomas Harrison Signed: Sealed & Delivered in prsents of George Hamelton Jno Watson A True Coppy of ye Bond p[er] Wm Epes Sherriff