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of March, which was in the year of our Lord 17–, and made, or mentioned to be made between the said Stephen Strange of the first part, and William Wenman of, &c. canner, of the other part ; The said Stephen Strange, for the considerations therein mentioned, did demise, grant, and to farm let, unto the said William Wenman, his
executors, administrators, and alligns, all that of a picce of ground and two piece or parcel of ground hereinafter mentioned, ing theicon.
to be hereby demifed, with the two messuages or tenements then itanding thereon, and all other the erections and buildings thereafter to be erected and built upon the said ground, with
their and every of their appurtenances : To bold then next eplus the same unto the. said William Wenman, his ing, for 999
executors, administrators, and assigns, from years.
the Feast Day of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptift then next ensuing, for the term of nine
hundred and ninety-nine years, at the yearly Rent 16!. rent of fixteen pounds payable quarterly, and
under and subject to the several covenants, pro
visoes, restrictions and agreements hereinafter The leare de. ' mentioned and contained. And whereas the troyed by the
said lease was destroyed by the late fire in Throgfire in Throgmorton Street. morton Street, but the counterpart thereof is part in the por. in the possession of the said Mary Cole, who is heir of the intitled to a life estate in the premisses thereby
demised, with remainder, to the said Jaac Staff for his life, with the reversion or remainder 10 the appointees of Mary Staff, the wife of the said Isaac Staff, and in default of appointment, to
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the said Ifaac Staff in fee : And whereas the said the parties now Jobn Handle and Ann Atkins are intitled in intitled to the
prcmifles equal moieties as tenants in common to the during the re
mainder of the said premisses, during the residue and remain- term. der now to come and unexpired of the said term of nine hundred and ninety-nine years, by the said recited indenture of lease granted thereof as aforesaid, subject to the payment of the rent thereby reserved, and the performance of the covenants and agreements therein contained on the tenant or lessee's part, from henceforth to be paid, done, and performed. Now this INDENTURE WITNESSETH, That for effectually for supplying grancing and confirming the tenements herein- lcafe, &c. after mentioned to be hereby demised unto the said Jobn Handle and Ann Atkins, for and during all the residue and remainder now to come and unexpired of the said term of nine hundred and ninety-nine years therein, agreeable to the said lease, and for supplying the want and loss of the faid lease; and for and in consideration of the rent, covenants, and agreements hereinafter reserved and contained by and on the part and behalf of the said John Handle and' Ann Atkins, their executors, administrators, and alligns, to be paid, done, and performed.; they the said Mary Cole and Isaac Staff, have and each of them hath, deinised, granted, ratified and confirmed, and by these presents do and each of them doth demise, grant, ratify, and confirm unto the said John Handle and Ann 3 N 4
· Alkins, their executors, administrators, and assigos, all that piece or parcel of ground ficuate, lying and being on the south Gde of
m e in the said parifh of me , containing the several dimensions, buttings and boundings particularly described, laid down, and men
tioned in the scheme or plot thereof in the This lease or de; margin of these presents; and all those ten mise to be in all repeats agreeable messuages or tenements, and other the buildings to ibata wbicb now standing thereon, or hereafter to be stand, was destroyed,
scepr as to hosting and built thereon, together with free liberty necessary altera- of ingress, egress, regress, way and passage, as *. M. D. well with horses and carts as on fooi, in, by,
and through the passage leading out of aforesaid, to certain messuages or tenements belonging to the said Mary Cole as well as to part of the premisses hereby demised in common with other the tenanţs there of the said Mary Cole, and not otherwise; and also liberty to and for the said John Handle and ann Arkins their executors, administrators, and assigns, to make use of the wall of the messuage or tenement of the said Mary Cole next aforesaid, on the West side of the said hereby demised premisses, as a party wall to lay timber into the Lane, according to the directions and upon the terms mentioned in an act of parliament which passed relating to buildings in the city of London and the suburbs thereof, they the said John Handle and Ann Atkins, their execu. tors, administrators, and aligns, making good
such damage as shall be occasioned thereby. And all ways, passages, lights, easements, wa. General words. cers, water-courses, profits, commodities, and appurtenances whatsoever to che said hereby demised premises or any part thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining, except and always reserved out of this present demise unto the faid Mary Cole and her affigns, during fuch part of the term hereby granted, as the shall happen to live, and from and after her decease, unço such person or persons as shall from o thenceforth during the then remainder of the said term be intitled to the freehold or reversion and inheritance of the said premilies, all eves drops of all or any the messuages or tenements of the said Mary Cole, into or towards the said ground hereby demised. And also except free leave and liberty to and for the said Mary Cole and her assigns during such part of the term hereby granted as fhé shall happen to live, and from and after her decease, to and for such person or persons as shall from thenceforth during the chen remainder of the said ferm be intitled to the freehold and reversion and inheritance of the said premisses, and her, his, and their workmen to come into and upon the said hereby demised premisses to re. pair and amend any of the messuages or tenements and fences thereto adjoining now belonging to the said Mary Cole as often as occasion shall require during the said term here.
by granted. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said piece or parcel of ground, messuages or tenements, erections, buildings and all and fingular other the premisses with the appurtenances hereby demised or intended so to be, and every part and parcel thereof (except as before excepted) unto the said John Handle and Ann tkins equally to be divided between them share and share alike, and they to take as tenants in common, and to their several and respective executors, administrators, and, alligns from the feast day of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist last past, before the date hereof, for and during, and unto the full end and term of nine hundred and twenty-nine years from thence next ensuing and fully to be compleat and ended (being the residue and remainder now to come and unexpired of the said term of nine hundred and ninety-nine years therein) they the said John Handle and Ann Atkins their several and respective executors, admini. ftrators, and assigns, yielding and paying therefore yearly and every year unto the said Mary Cole and her assigns during such part of the said term of nine hundred and twenty-nine years hereby granted as she shall happen to live, and from and after her decease unto such person or persons as shall from thenceforth during the then residue and remainder of the faid term be intitled to the freehold or reversion and inheritance of the said premisses the year
A reservation of rent to one grantor for lite and afterwards to the person intitled in re. Verfion.