Free Negro Bond for Dickinson
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Know all men by these presents, that we Edward
Dickinsonas principal and Henry Morgan as security, are
held and firmly bound unto the State of MifsouriMissouri in the
sum of two hundred Dollars to be well and truly paid
unto the said State of MifsouriMissouri to which payment well
and truly made, we do bind ourselves, our heirs, exec=
utors and adminsitrators and each and every of
them firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals and
dated this second day of May Eighteen hundred and forty=three_The condition of this obligation is such
that where as the County Court for the County of St. Louis
have this day granted as the said Edward Dickenson a license set aside within this state__Now therefore
if the said Edward Dickinson during his
residence in the State of MifsouriMissouri shall well deport
and conduct himself, in an honest, moral and sober
manner, as a good and orderly citizen of said
state, then this obligation is then void, otherwise to
remain in full force and effort in law


A. McKinley

Edward Dickinson


Henry Morgan

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Edward Dickenson
The State of MifsouriMissouri

2nd May 1843