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John Cary, "David Freeman recognizance", 1708 July 13

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 17
Identifier: MSN/COL 2717-18
John Cary, "David Freeman recognizance," Recto
John Cary, "David Freeman recognizance," Recto
John Cary, "David Freeman recognizance," Verso
John Cary, "David Freeman recognizance," Verso

Scope and Contents

A Bristol County Court of General Sessions memorandum written and signed by John Cary, clerk, recording a bond of recognizance entered by Daniel Freeman, of Attleborough, with an unnamed "carpenter of Rehoboth" as surety, in the amount of £10 each, licensing Freeman to keep a common inn and to sell alcohol for one year. The license is subject to several conditions, among them that Freeman not allow gambling on the premises, and that he not sell alcohol to "servants Indians or Negros." 


  • Creation: 1708 July 13

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Physical Description

Ink on paper; 1 page (21 x 18 cm.) on 1 sheet. Docketing on verso. 

Repository Details

Part of the University of Notre Dame Rare Books & Special Collections Repository

102 Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame IN 46556