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other things, to the faid E. B. and W. W. their heirs and assigns in fee farm for ever, to have, hold, and enjoy all and singular Habendum in fee the said premises in the said indenture expresied and specified, and farm for ever, by the said indenture bargained and sold with all their appurtenances to the said W. P. his heirs and assigns in fee farm for ever, to be holden of the aforesaid lord the king, his heirs and succeffors to be holden of as of his manor of E. in the county of Middlesex by feally the king as of

B only in fee and common soccage, and not in capite or by knights service; and yeilding therefore annually to the said lord king Reddendum to the James, his heirs and successors one pound three thillings and king 1l. 35. 4d. four pence of lawful money of England, by the hands of the receiver of the said lord king James, his heirs and succeffors, of the said dutchy of L. or his deputy for the time being, at the feasts of, &c. by equal portions for ever, in lieu of all other rents, services, and demands whatsoever, to be paid, done, and performed to our said sovereign lord the king James, his heirs and successors, as by the said last-mentioned indenture, reference beo which indenture ing thereunto had, will more fully appear ; which said indenture was inrolled in afterwards, and within six months next after the date thereof, to chancery ; wit, on, &c. in the twenty-first year of his said late majesty king James, was, according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, duly enrolled in the court of chancery of the faid late lord king James, the said court then being at Westminfter, in the county of Middlesex ; by virtue of which said indenture of by virtue wherebargain and sale, and inrollment, by force of the statute for tranf of W. P. feised

in fee, and died ferring uses into possession, the said W. P. was seised of the said

so feiset, premises, with the appurtenances, in the said indenture mentioned in his demesne as of fee; and being so feised thereof, the said W.P. afterwards, and before the said leveral times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. A. D. 1654, at, &c. in, &c. died so seised, after whose death the said premises, with the appurtenances, in the said indenture mentioned, descended and came to one J. P. as son and and the premises heir of the said W. P.; by means whereof the said J. P. became descended and was feised thereof in his demesne as of fee, and being so feised James his son

who died seists!, thereof the said J. P. afterwards, and before the said several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. A. D. 1784, at, &c. in, &c. died so fcended to feised, after whose death the said premises, with the appurtenances, in the said indenture mentioned, descended and came to one J. P.

John his son, as son and heir of the said J. P. by means whereof the said who by leafe and J. P. became and was seised thereof in his demesne as of fee; releafé granted and being so seised thereof he the said J. P. afterwards, and before the sanie to R.H. the said several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. at, &c. in, &c.

the plaintiff's

grandfather. by a certain indenture then and there made between the said J. P. on the one part, and one R.H. the grandfather of the present plaintiff of the other part (one part of, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain sum of lawful money of Great Britain to the said J. P. in hand paid by the said R. H. the grandfather at or before the execution thereof, the faid J. P. did grant, bargain, and fell unto the said R. H.the grandfather the premises, with the appurtenances, fo granted by the said E, B. and W. W. to the said W. P. as

aforesaid,

to

and the same de

aforesaid, to have and to hold to the said R. H. the grandfather from the day next before the day of the date of the said last-mentioned indenture for one year then next following, as by the said last-mentioned indenture may more fully appear; by virtue of which said last-mentioned bargain and sale, and by force of the statute for transferring uses into poffeffion, the faid R. H. the grandfather was poffefied of the said premises, with the appurtenances, so granted by the said E. B. and W. W. to the said W.P. as aforesaid, for the term of one year aforesaid ; and being so thereof poffefied the faid J. P. afterwards, and before the said several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. A. D. 1702, at, &c. in, &c. by a certain other indenture then and there made between the faid J. P. of the one part, and the said R. H. the grandfather of the other part (one part, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain fum of lawful money of Great Britain in the said last-me

-mentioned indenture mentioned to him in hand paid by the said R. H. the grandfather, did grant, release, and confirm unto the said R. H, the grandsather, his heirs and assigns, the said premises, with the appurtenances, lo granted by the said E. B. and W. W. to the faid W. P. as aforesaid, to hold the same to the said R. H. the grandfather, his heirs and alligns for ever, as by the faid last-mentioned indenture, reference being thereunto had, may more fully appear ; by virtue of which said last-mentioned indenture, and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession, the said R. H. the grandfather became and was seised of the premises,

with the appurtenances, fo granted by the said E. B. and w, w. And the plain- to the said W. P. as aforesaid, in his demesne as of fee : And the tiff further says, said R. H. the now plaintiff further says, that after the making of that after ietters the said letters patent to the said E. B. and W. W. as aforesaid, patent E. B. and and after the making of the said indenture of bargain and sale by W. W.

and between the faid E. B. and W. W. and the said W.P. beara bargain and sale by them to W.p. ing date the said twentieth day of June, in the said twenty-first they being feil.d year of the reign of the said late king Janes, the faid E. B. and of the residue of W. W. being and remaining seised of the residue of the said vaccāry, by inden. cary, with the appurtenances, mentioned in the said last-mention

bar. od letters patent, and not included within the said last-mentioned gain and sale he- indenture, or thereby granted to the said W. P. in their demesne as tween E. B. and of fee before the faid several times when, &c, to wit, on, &c. at, &c, W. W. and by a certain indenture of bargain and sale then and there made bethey bargained tween the said E. B. W. W. and one J. W. and one H. F. of and fold for a the second part (one part, &c.) in consideration of a certain sum year, the other of money in the said last-mentioned indenture mentioned, and in purparty, being hand paid by the said J. W. and H. F. to the said E. B. and the residue of

W. W. the said E. B. and W. W. did grant, bargain, and fell unto the said J. W. and H. F. their heirs and alligns for ever, all that one half part, purparty, portion, and parcel of the said vaccary within the forest of W. in the said county of L. called L. then or late in the tenure of one R. H. and one G. H. of the yearly rent of one pound three shillings and fourpence, late parcels of the lands and Poslemons of the said dutchy of L. and all and singular mesluages,

after

ture of

the said vaccary.

mils, &c. &c. and all and singular warrens, &c. whatsoever, with all
their appurtenances of whatsoever kiud, value, or fort, or by
whatsoever name or names they might be known, reputed, called,
or named, to the faid vaccary called Leigh, or to any part or parcel
thereof in any manner belonging, appertaining, or appending (not the

premises given and granted by the said E. B. and W. W. to the said W.P. not granted to in and by the said indenture of bargain and sale so made by the said W. P. E. B. and W. W. to the said W. P.) and that in as full and ample a manner as the said lord king James by his faid letters patent, as well under the great seal of England as under his feal of his county palatine of L. and the feal of his faid dutchy of L. bearing date the twenty-first day of March, in the said twentieth year of his reign, had given and granted the said last-mentioned premises, with the appurtenances, in the said last-mentioned indenture expressed and specified (among other things) to the said E. B. and W. W. their heirs and asligns in fee farm for ever; to have and Haberdum for a to hold to the said J. W. and H. F. their executors, administra- year; tors, and assigns, from the day next defore the day of the date of the laid last-mentioned indenture for one year then next following, as by the said last-mentioned indenture may more fully appear; by by virtue wherevirtue of which faid bargain and sale, and by force of the statute of they were made for transferring uses into pofleflion, the said J. W. and H. F. poffeffed. were pofleffed of the said laft-mentioned premites, with the appurtenances, for the term of one year aforesaid; and being so thereof posfelled the said J. W. and H. F. afterwards, and before the said several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. A.D.1632, at, &c. in, &c. by a certain other indenture then and there made between the laid E. B. and W.W.of the one part, and the said J. W. and H. F. of the other part (one part of, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain sum of lawful money

of Great Britain in the faid last-mentioned indenture mentioned, to them in hand paid by the said J. W. ad H. F. did E. B. and W.W. graat, release, and confirm unto the said J. W. and H. F. their released in fee ; heirs and assigns, the said last-mentioned premises, with the appurtenances, to hold the same unto the said J. W. and H. F. their heirs and afligns for ever, as by the taid lait-mentioned indenture, reference being thereunto had, may more fully appear ; by virtue of which faid last-mentioned indenture, and by force of by virtue wherethe statute made for transferring uses into pofleflion, the said J. W. Of they were and H. F. were feised of the said last-mentioned premises, with the

seised in fee ; appurtenances, in their demesne as of fee; and being so feised they the said J. W. and H. F. afterwards, and before the said

and being so several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. at, &c, by a certain in

Teised, they condenture of bargain and sale then and there made between the fai? veyed to H. F. J. W. and H. F. of the one part, and one A. B. of the second by a similar conpart (one part, &c.) in consideration of a certain sum of money in veyance ; the laid last-mentioned indenture mentioned, and in hand paid by the said A. B. to the said J. W. and H. F. they the said J. W. and H. F. did grant, bargain, and fell unto the faid A. B. his heirs and affigns for ever, all the said last mentioned premises, with the appurtenances, to hold the same unto and to the use of the faid

A. B. his executors, administrators, and afligns, from the day next before the day of the date of the said last-mentioned indenture, for one year then next following, as by the said last-mentioned indenture may more fully appear ; by virtue of which said last-mentioned bargain and sale, and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession, the said A. B. was possessed of the said last-mentioned premises, with the appurtenances, for the term of one year aforesaid; and being so thereof possessed the said J. W. and H. F. afterwards, and before the said feveral times when, &c. to wit, on, &c, at, &c. by a certain other indenture then and there made between the said J. W. and H. F. of the one part, and the said H. F. of the other part (one part of, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain sum of lawful money of Great Britain, in the faid last-mentioned indenture mentioned, to them in hand paid by the faid A. B. the said J. W. and H. F. did grant, release, and confirm unto the said A. B. his heirs and alligns, the said lastmentioned premises, with the appurtenances, to hold the same to the said A. B. his heirs and assigns for ever, as by the said last

mentioned indenture, reference being thereunto bad, may more hyvirtue where

fully appear; by virtue of which said last-mentioned indenture, or H F. was kifed, and being and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into poffefto conveyed by fion, the said A. B. was seised of the said last-mentioned premises, bargain and sale with the appurtenances, in his demesne as of fee ; and being so to H. of the feised thereof he the faid A. B. afterwards, and before the said forest of W. half of his properiyo

several times when, &c. to wit, on, &c. at, &c. in, &c. by a certain indenture of bargain and sale then and there made between the faid A. B. of the one part, and the said R. H. of the other part (one part of, &c.) in consideration of a certain sum of money in the said last-mentioned indenture mentioned, and in hand paid by the said R. H. to the faid A. B. he the said A. B. did grant, bargain, sell, enfeoff, and confirm unto the said R. H. his heirs and asigns for ever, all that part, purparty, portion, and parcel of the said vaccary within the said forest of W. in the county of L. called Leigh, late in the tenure of the said last-mentioned R. H. of the yearly rent of eleven shillings and eightpence, late parcel of the lands and possessions of the said dutchy of L. with the appurte. rances, and being part and parcel of the said premises so given and granted by the faid E. B. and W. W. to the said J. W. and H. F. to hold the same unto and to the use of the said R. H. his heirs and

aligns for ever, as by the said indenture, reference being therewhich was in- unto had, may n.ore fully appear, which said indenture afterwards, rolled in the and within the six months next after the date thereof, to wit, on, county palatine. &c, according to the form of the statute in such case made and

provided, duly enrolled before A. B. then prothonotary of the county palatine of Lancaster, and one of the justices of the then lord the king assigned to keep the peace in the said county palatine of L:; by virtue of which said bargain, and sale, and enrollment, and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into poflera fion, the said R.H. was seised of the said premises, with the appurtenances, in the said last-mentioned indenture of bargain and sale

expressed

vaccary.

expressed and specified, in his demesne as of fee: And the said A. B. being feira R. H. the now plaintiff further says, that the faid A. B. being so ed of the retiseised of the premises, with the appurtenances, so granted, bar- due of his poena gained, and sold by the said J. W. and H. F. to the faid A. B. fame' by leare not expressed and specified in the said indenture of bargain and sale ar.d release to bearing date on, &c. and thereby granted by the faid A. B. to the R H. the refaid R. H. did afterwards, and before the said several times when, maining fourtin &c. to wit, on, &c. at, &c. in, &c. by a certain indenture then part of the said and there made between the faid A. B. of the one part, and the said R. H. on the other part (one part, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain sum of lawful money of Great Britain, in the said laitmentioned indenture mentioned, and to the faid A. B. then and there in hand paid by the said R. H. at or before the execution chereof, the said A. B. did grant, bargain, and fell unto the said last-mentioned R. H. bis executors, administrators, and aligns, all that remaining one-fourth part, purparty, portion, or parcel of the said vaccary within the forest of W. in the county of L. called Leigh, then or late in the tenure of the said G. H. of the yearly rent of eleven shillings and eight-pence, late parcel of the lands and poffeffion of the said dutchy of L. together with all and singular messuages, mills, &c. meadows, &c. and all and fingular free warrens, mines, &c. with all their appurtenances of whatroever kind, nature, or sort, or by whatsoever name or names they might be known, reputed, called, or named, to the faid one-fourth part, purparty, portion, or parcel of the said vaccary, or to any part or parcel thereof in any manner belonging, appertaining, or appending, together with all and fingular the free warrens, mines, &c. with all their appurtenances of whatsoever nature or fort, or by whatsoever name or names they might be known, reputed, called, or named, to the said vaccary called Leigh, or to any part or parcel thereof, in any manner belonging, appertaining, or appending, not given and granted by the said E. B. and W. w. to the faid W. P. in and by the said indenture of bargain and sale fo made between the said E. B. and W. W. and the laid W. P. or by the faid A. B. to the said R. H. in and by the said indenture of lease and release so made by and between the said A. B. and the said R. H. to have and to hold to the said R. H. from the day next before the day of the date of the said last-mentioned indenture, for one year then next following, as by the said indenture may more fully appear; by virtue of which faid bargain and sale, and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into poffeffion, the faid R. H. was possessed of the said last-mentioned premises, with the appurtenances, for the term of one year aforesaid; and being so thereof possessed the faid A. B. afterwards, to wit, oil, &c. at, &c. in, &c. by a certain other indenture then and there made between the faid A. B. of the one part, and the said R. H. of the other part (one part of, &c.) for and in consideration of a certain fum of lawful money of Great Britain, in the said lastmentioned indenture mentioned, to hiin in hand paid by the faid R. H. did grant, release, and confirm unto the laid R. H. and his

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