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named C. C. and C. C. executors thereof, who have since proved the same, and taken upon them the burthen of the execution thereof. AND whereas the full value of the part and thare of, or belonging to the said E. E. of, and in the said joint-stock and trade, did, upon, and according to the last yearly account made and subscribed by the faid parties to the said recited indenture in the month of

Jait past, before the date hereof, appear to be, and amount unto the sum of

pounds, and no more, after such deductions as were then made by the said parties to the faid recited indenture, by their mutual consent and agreement., AND whereas pursuant to the said recited agreement, the said E. E. and B. B. are become bound to the said C. C. and C. C. in three se-, veral bonds and obligations, bearing even date with these presents, in the penal sum of

pounds each, with three several conditions for the payment of three several sums of pounds in all amounting to - pounds per cent. per. annum, at three several days of payment therein mentioned, according to the purport, true intent and meaning of the said recited agreement in that behalf, as by the said recited obligations and conditions thereof, may more fully appear. Now this indenture witnefsetb, that in further pursuance of the said recited agreement, they the said E. E. and B. B. do, and each of them doth for themselves, and each of them, their and each of their heirs, executors, and administrators, covenant, promise, grant and agree to and with the said C. C. and C. G. their executors and administrators, that the the said E. E. and B. B. their heirs, executors or administrators, or some of them, shall and will from time to time, and at all times hereafter, fave, defend, keep harmless and indemnified the faid C. C. and and each of them, their and each of their executors and adminiftrators, and the heirs, executors and administrators of the said E. E. and their and every of their lands and tenements, goods, and chattels, of, from, and against all and every the debts and duties which at the decease of the said E. E. were jointly owing by the said parties to the said recited indenture to any person or persons for any matter or thing touching or concerning the said joint-trade or stock, or on account thereof; and of and from all actions, suits, costs, charges, expences and damages, for or concerning the same debts and duties, and every or any of them. AND for the true and faithful performance of the said last mentioned covenant and agreement, they the faid E. E. and B. B. do hereby bind and oblige them selves, and each of them, their and each of their heirs, executors and administrators, to the said C. C. and C.C. their executors and administrators, in the penal fum of

- pounds of lawful money of Great Britain. AND this indenture further witnesseth, That in consideration of the premises, and that in pursuance of the faid recited agreement, and in confideration of shillings of lawful money of Great Britain to the said C. C. and C. C. in hand paid by the said E. E. and B. B. at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledge

ed;

ed; they the said C. C. and C. C. have, and each of them bath granted, assigned, released, transferred and set over, and by these presents do, and each of them doth grant, affign, release, transfer and fet over unto the said E. E. and B. B. their executors, admistrators, and alligns all the part, purparty, right, title, interest, share, benefit, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said C. C. and G. C. and of either of them, as the executors of the said E. E. or otherwise howsoever, of, in, to or out of all and every, or any of the monies, goods, wares, debts, stock, gains and other the estate whatfoever, which at the time of the decease of the said E. E. was or were in joint-trade or copartnership between the said parties to the said recited indenture, or jointly owing or belonging unto them upon the account of the said joint-trade, To have, hold, receive, take and enjoy the same, and every of them, and every part thereof, and all the benefit thereof unto the faid E. E. and B. B. their executors, administrators, and assigns, together with full power, licence and authority to ask, demand, fue for, recover and receive the same, to and for their own ufe and benefit. AND the said C. C. and C. C. do hereby for themfelves, their heirs, executors and adminiftrators, covenant, promise and grant to and with the said E. E. and B. B. their executors and administrators, that they the said C. C. and C. C. their executors and administrators and every of them, shall and will at any time or times hereafter, at the request, costs and charges of the said E. E. and B. B. their executors and administrators, make do, and execute, or cause to be done, made and executed, any further or other lawful and reasonable acts, deeds, and things for the further and better granting, afligning and releasing the premises, and every or any part thereof, unto the said E. E. and B. B. their executors, administrators and assigns, to and for their own use and benefit, according to the true intent and meaning of these presents. IN WITNESS, &C.

Sealed, &c.

Copyhold Precedents.

A Letter of Atlorney to surrender Copybolds..

K

NOW all men by these presents, That I 1. A. of Bardon, in

the county of Chester, knight, a customary tenant of the manor of Dotton in the county of Elex, have made, ordained, constituted, and appointed, and by theie presents do make, ordain, constitute, and appoint F. F. of Dotton, aforesaid, in the said county of Esex, and G. G. of the same place Eiqrs; my true and lawful'attorney and attornies, jointly or severally, for me the said d. A. and in my name and stead to surrender into the hands of the lord or lords of the faid manor of Dotton, according to the custom of the

manor,

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mamor, ALL that yard, and land, with the appurtenances, lying and being in Harne, in the parish of Dotten, heretofore che lands of J. F. gent. and afterwards of K. K. Esq; held of the same manor, by the yearly rent of

shillings, and all that third part of two messuages, and of two half-yards of land with their appurtenances, AND also alt and fingular other my copyhold or customary messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments whatfoever, lying or being within or belonging to, or held of the same manor, with their and every of their appurtenances, and all my estate and interest therein, unto, and to the use of C. C. of

widow, her heirs or affigns for ever, according to the custom of the same manor, and for me the said A. A. and in my name to do and execute all and every act and thing needful and requifite for making such surrender as aforefaid and for procuring her the faid C. C. her heirs or affigns, to be admitted to the said copyhold premises accordingly, as fully to all intents and purposes as if I' the said A. A. were personally present, hereby ratifying and confirming whatsoever my said attorney ot attornies fhall do or cause to be done in or about the premises.' IN WITNESS &c.

The Form of a Surrender.

-day of year of

EMORANDUM, That on the

in the the reign of our fovereign lord George the third, &c. Sir A. A. of Bardon in the county of Chester, knight, one of the customary tenants of the said manor, by F. F. gent. his attorney, by virtue of a letter of attorney to him made by the said Sir A. A. for thac purpose, bearing date the

day of

inftant, did surrender into the hands of the lord of the said manor by the rod, according to the custom of the same manor, ALL that, &c. to the u fe of C. C. of &c. widow, her heirs and alligns for ever, according to the custom of the said manor

4. A.

Taken the day and year first above

written by M. M. lord of
she faid manor,

ME

Ibe Form of an Admittance of a new Tenant. EMORANDUM, That after making the surrender hereun

to annexed, viz. on this 17 C. C. in the same surrender named, came before me M. M. Esq; lord of the said manor, at the mansion-house of the faid C.C.

Grwared

day of

near Dotton aforesaid, and desired to be admitted tenant to and fingular the customary messuages, lands, tenements, and cditaments mentioned and contained in the same surrender, and eir and every of their appurtenances, to whom the lord of the manor, by his own proper hands, in the presence of N. N. the lord's steward for this turn, did then and there grant seisin thereof by the rod, To have and to hold the same mesfuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments, with their and of every of their appurtenances, unto the said C. C. her heirs and assigns for ever, of the lord, at the will of the lord, according to the custom of the said manor, by fealty, fuit of court, and the several yearly rents and services therefore due and of right accustomed. AND the said C. C. gave to the said lord for fines for such her estate and entry into the same premises respectively, as appears in the margin; the fealty was respited, AND so (saving to the lord his right) the said C. C. was admitted tenant to the said premises in manner and form aforesaid.

In the presence of

M. M. lord of the manor.

The Form a Surrender to the Use of the Party's Will.

M

EMORANDUM, that after the admission of the said C. C. as abovefaid, viz. on the said

day of in the

year
of our lord

abovesaid, the faid C. C. did surrender into the hands of the said lord of the said manor by the rod, according to the faid custom of the said manor, by the

proper hands and acceptance of the said lord of the said manor, ALL and every the customary messuages, lands, meadows, pastures, tenements, and hereditaments to wbich she was admitted as above mentioned, with their and every of their appurtenances, and all other her customary and copyhold lands, tenements, and hereditaments, which are parcel of the said manor, or are held of the fame manor, by copy of court-roll, to such uses intents and pure poses as the said C. C. shall in and by her last will and teftament in writing, limit, declare, or appoint. Taken the day and year above

C.C. written by me M. M. Lord of the said manor.

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A Surrender of a Copyhold to secure Part of a Daugbter's Por

tion. This was before ber Marriage.

-EMORANDUM, That on the

day of -in the

year of our sovereign lord George the third, by the Grace of God King, o

MEMORA

of the reign

A. A. of B- in the said county of Cambridge, Erg; one of the customary tenants of the said manor, did in his own proper person surrender into the hands of the lord of the said manor, by the proper hands and acceptance of D. D. sen. Efq; lord of the aforesaid manor, ALL, &c. to the use of E. E. of F- in the parish of Gin the said county of Cambridge, Esq; bis heirs a:d alligns for ever, according to the custom of the said manor, fubjiet to the provisoe or condition herein after contained for making void this surrender ; that is to say, Provided always, and on condition never heless, that in case the marriage intended to be shortly had and folemnized between the faid E. E. and K. A. daughter of the said D. A. shall not take effect; or in case the same shall' take effect, then if the heirs, executors, or administrators of the said A. A. shall and do within three months next after his decease well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the said E. E. bis executors, administrators or artigns, the sum of

of lawful money of Great Britain, being the refidue of the Sum of - the marriage portion of the said K. A. and being also the same sum of

mentioned in a certain indenture quadrupartite of release and settlement, bearing even date with these presents, and made or mentioned to be made between the faid E. E, of the first part, the said D. A. and K. A. of the second part, and the said A. Å. of the third part, and y. 'A. Esq; and D. A. jun. Efq; fon and heir apparent of the said D. A. sen. Efq; of the fourth part, and therein covenanted and agreed to be paid in such manner, and at such time as is herein before mentioned, then and in either of the fame cases this prefent surrender shall ceale and be void, or otherwise thall be and remain in full force and effect.

A Deed of Bargain and Sale by a Lord of a Manor to three of bis

Tenants, of certain Copybolds, whereby be enfranchises them. Provisoe not to extend to any other Copybolds than those specified.

day of

HIS INDENTURE made the

in the year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Third, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. and in the year of our Lord — between A. A. of B-s in the county of Chester, Efq; of the one part, and D. D. of E- in the county of Flint, Esq; G. G. of Hin the county of Kent, Esq; and L. L. of the parish of Min the county of Norfolk, Esq; of The other part. WHEREAS the faid A. A. is lawfully seised to him and his heirs in fee- fimple of the manor of Om in the county of Pembroke, and the said D. D. G. G. and L. L. 'are, and stand seised to them and their heirs according to the cuitom of the said manor, of and in, &c. the several parcels of land, ground, and hereditaments herein alter granted, bargained and fold, or mentioned so to be (being copyhold lands, lying and bein within and parcel of the said manor) as by the court-rolls of the fald minor 21

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