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The new company also assumed all the bonded and other indebtedness of both roads.

Some did not want the Negro, bonded or free, to take part as a soldier in the struggle.

It is one-third of their capital stock plus the bonded indebtedness.

But this is not all—the bonded warehouses have to be gone through.

The same was to be true of bonded indebtedness on any kind of property.

Did he know that the Paymaster had been bonded and opened up, and lost again to Blount?

"'Let me now from the bonded ware'ouse of my knowledge,'" began Stalky.

I have no bonded man to do such work and I dare not send them out.

Up to 1886 the bonded indebtedness of the city has aggregated the sum of $345,000.

The city's bonded debt is in their hands; by them the city is taxed and incumbered.

WORD ORIGIN

"legally confirmed by bond," 1590s, from bond (v.).

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