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M.S. INDENTURE

This indenture made the ninth day of September Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and forty … by and between [blank] on the one part … Directors of the Manufactory Company of Boston … [Boston? 1740] [Positive Photostat].

Indenture made by Henry Vanderburgh for Peter McNelly, Knox County, Territory of the United States Northwest of the Ohio

U.S. Reports: Insurance Co. of Alex, v. Young, 5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 332 (1803)

Indenture agreement between Benjamin Gibbs and his former slave George, in Philadelphia. The fourteen-year-old is indentured for a period of fourteen years. An agreement of November 1813 on the back of the document transfers the unexpired term of indenture to Dr. Samuel McCrosky.

Notice of sale. The subscriber,by virtue of an indenture made by Thomas Snowden,jr., of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, on the 1st day of January last past,(which has been duly acknowledged and recorded in said County), will dispose of,"at public

U.S. Reports: Bradley v. United States, 98 U.S. 104 (1878)

U.S. Reports: Pullman's Car Co. v. Central Transp. Co., 139 U.S. 62 (1891)

U.S. Reports: Central Transp. Co. v. Pullman's Car Co., 139 U.S. 24 (1891)

U.S. Reports: Caplin v. Marine Midland Grace Trust Co., 406 U.S. 416 (1972)

This indenture, made the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and between Commissioner of public buildings, of the one part, and of of the other part, witnesseth ... [Washington, D. C. n. d.].

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture for the sale of Kentucky and Illinois land by John Lewis and Mary Ann Lewis

Indenture made between Thomas Winn and John Bustard

Indenture made between Thomas Winn and John Bustard

Indenture made between Thomas Winn and John Bustard

Indenture made between Thomas Winn and John Bustard

John Strode to James Madison, July 7, 1810. With Indenture.

John Strode to James Madison, July 7, 1810. With Indenture.

John Strode to James Madison, July 7, 1810. With Indenture.

William Bowland to E. Butler, August 18, 1802

William Bowland to E. Butler, August 18, 1802

Indenture made between John Harrison, Robert A. New, and Sofia Harrison New

Indenture made between John Harrison, Robert A. New, and Sofia Harrison New

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and John Lewis

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and John Lewis

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and John Lewis

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and John Lewis

Indenture made between William Spangler and Thomas George

Indenture made between William Spangler and Thomas George

Thomas L. Harrison to Andrew Jackson, February 22, 1838

Thomas L. Harrison to Andrew Jackson, February 22, 1838

Thomas L. Harrison to Andrew Jackson, February 22, 1838

Indenture between William and Hellen Duncan for the sale of a three-year-old slave named William

Indenture between William and Hellen Duncan for the sale of a three-year-old slave named William

John P. Todd, June 8, 1817. Indenture between John C. Payne and John P. Todd for the sale of land.

John P. Todd, June 8, 1817. Indenture between John C. Payne and John P. Todd for the sale of land.

John P. Todd, June 8, 1817. Indenture between John C. Payne and John P. Todd for the sale of land.

Indenture for the sale of land by the Louisville Board of Trustees to Daniel Brodhead Jr.

Indenture for the sale of land by the Louisville Board of Trustees to Daniel Brodhead Jr.

John Boyd to Andrew Jackson, October 17, 1807

John Boyd to Andrew Jackson, October 17, 1807

John Boyd to Andrew Jackson, October 17, 1807

H. R. W. Neill to Andrew Jackson, December 23, 1834

H. R. W. Neill to Andrew Jackson, December 23, 1834

H. R. W. Neill to Andrew Jackson, December 23, 1834

Indenture betweem John Ford and John Baker regarding land in North Carolina - Fragment May 6, 1789

Indenture betweem John Ford and John Baker regarding land in North Carolina - Fragment May 6, 1789

Francis Preston Blair to Andrew Jackson, March 4, 1842

Francis Preston Blair to Andrew Jackson, March 4, 1842

Francis Preston Blair to Andrew Jackson, March 4, 1842

Francis Preston Blair to Andrew Jackson, March 4, 1842

Indenture for the sale of land by Denis Fitzhugh and Fanny Clark Fitzhugh to Richard Clough Anderson

Indenture for the sale of land by Denis Fitzhugh and Fanny Clark Fitzhugh to Richard Clough Anderson

Indenture for the sale of land by Denis Fitzhugh and Fanny Clark Fitzhugh to Richard Clough Anderson

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and Michael Lacassagne

Indenture made between James Wilkinson, Ann Biddle Wilkinson, and Michael Lacassagne