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At the request of Thomas Hyde the bill of sale was recorded on 16 November 1801. Richard Fenwick of Washington Co., District of Columbia, in consideration of $134.77, sold to Thomas Hyde all household goods and furniture on premises, including one Negro fellow named Jacob, one black mare and cart and gear, two feather beds and bedsteads, and one dark brindle cow. Signed and sealed on 28 October 1801. See also related note 147.