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Johnston, John J. v. Mitchell, William A., etc.: Chancery Cause, Warren County (Part 3 of 4)

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An indenture this day made & entered into between William A. Mitchell and Robert C. Mitchell both of the county of Clarke & Commonwealth of Virginia of the first part, John C. Green of the county of Culpeper and state aforesaid of the second part and John J Johnston of the county first aforesaid & William Green of the county last aforesaid of the third part: whereas the said William A. Mitchell and Robert C. Mitchell stand justly indebted to the said John J. Johnston's assignee of the two bonds first hereinafter mentioned, in seven bonds of [even?] date with this indenture, one of them for #1420.00 payable 1st January 1843; another of $1360.00 payable 1st January 1844; another for $1300.00 payable 1st January 1845; another for $1240.00 payable 1st January 1846; another for $1180.00 payable 1st January 1847; another of $1120.00 payable 1st January 1848 and the last for $1060.00 payable 1st January 1849 being part of the purchase money for the tract or parcel of land herein after mentioned which by the terms of their contract they were to secured by a lien on the said land: now therefore this indenture witnesseth that in consideration of the premises & for the further consideration of one dollar to them in hand paid by the said John C Green at or before the unsealing & delivery of these presents (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) the said William A Mitchell and Robert C Mitchell have given granted bargained & sold & by these presents they do give grant bargain & sell unto the said John C. Green all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the