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(obligor) his executors, administrators, or asTo supply a signs, do and shall well and truly observe, fulfil, Deficiency in perform, and keep all and every the covenants, qualified .

grants, conditions, and agreements whatsoever, mentioned and comprised in a certain indenture, bearing even date with these presents, and made or expressed to be made between the said (obligor) of the one part, and the said (obligee) of the other part, which, on the part and behalf of the said (obligor) his heirs, executors, adminis. trators, and assigns, are or ought to be observed, fulfilled, performed, and kept according to the true intent of the said indenture; Then this obligation to be void, or otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue.

convey.

Recites the mipority of the

No. V. To procure an. Part of a Condition to procure an Infant Heir

to convey. And whereas the said (minor) being under the infant, &c. age of twenty-one years, it hath been agreed

that the said (obligor) should enter into a bond or obligation to be conditioned from the said (minor) in case he shall live to attain the

age

of twenty-one years, or his heirs, in case he shall die under that age, executing an effectual conveyance to the said (purchaser) his heirs or assigns, of the said messuages or tenements, he

reditaments and premises comprised in the said inThe condition. dentures, in mapner hereinafter mentioned. Now

THE CONDITION of the above written obligation is such, that if the above named (minor) shall and do within one calendar month next after he shall bave attained his age of twenty-one years, or in

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convey.

case of his death in the mean time, then if the heirs at law for the said (minor) within one To procure an calendar month next after such bis decease, sball Infant Heir to and do at the request, costs, and charges in the law and by such conveyances and assurances in the law as the said (purchaser) his heirs or assigns, or his or their counsel learned in the law shall advise or require, effectually convey and assure all and singular the said messuages, lands, tenements, hereditaments, and premises with the appurtenances unto and to the use of the said (purchaser) and his heirs, or as he or they shall direct or appoint, free from all incumbrances whatsoever, made, done, committed, or suffered, by him the said (minor) or his heirs, and enter into such covenants as in the like cases are usual: Then and in such case the above written bond or obligation shall be void and of no effect; otherwise, shall be and remain in full force and virtuc.

No. VI.
Condition of a Bond of Indemnity on a Pur-

chase, against the Dower of a Wife of a against Dower. former Vendor.

Whereas by indentures of lease and release Recites contexbearing date respectively the and

days of by haron and , the release being made, or expressed to nant to levy a be made between (John Doe, esq.) of the first part, (Richard Roe) of, &c. and (Sarah his wife,) of the second part; and the above bounden (the obligor) of the third part; for the consideration therein mentioned the said (John Doe) (at the request and by the direction of the said (Richard Roe, and Sarah his wife) did bargain, sell, and

feme, with cove

fine,

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release, and the said (Richard Roe, and Sarah his To indemnify wife,) did grant, release, and confirm unto the against Dower. said (abligor) his heirs and assigns, a messuage

or tenement, and certain pieces or parcels of land, therein particularly mentioned, situate, lying, and being in, &c. with their appurtenances. To HOLD the same unto and to the use of the said (obligor) his beirs and assigns for ever. And by the said indenture of release, the said (Richard Roe) did covenant with the said (obligor) that he the said (Richard Roe) and the said (Sarah his wife,) would, before the end of

term then next, or of some subsequent term, acknowledge and levy one fine sur conuzance de droit come ceo, &c. unto the said (obligor) and his heirs, of the said messuage or tenement, and other hereditaments, with their appurtenances, which fine when levied, it was thereby declar

ed should enure to the use of the said (obligor) Another from his heirs and assigns for ever. AND WHEREAS, obligor to oblic gees. by indentures of lease and release, the lease

bearing date the day next before the release, and the release bearing even date with the above written bond or obligation, and made, or expressed to be made between the said (abligor) of the first part; (Samuel Fenn) of the second part; (Richard Denn), of the third part; and the above-named (obligees) of the fourth part; in consideration of the sum of £

to the said (obligor) paid by the said (obligees) the said messuage or tenement, and other hereditaments, comprised in the said indentures of the and

with their appurtenances, have been conveyed by the said (obligor) unto and to the use of the said

days of

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day of

intended to bar

dower.

had been levi

such dower.

(obligees), their heirs and assigns for ever. AND WHEREAS the fine by the said (Richard Roe) cove- To indemnify nanted to be levied in and by the said inden- against Dower. ture of the

as hereinbefore that the aforementioned, was so covenanted to be levied for said fine was the purpose of barring the said (Sarah Roe) of the feine of her her dower, out of, or in the said messuage or tenement and other hereditaments. AND WHEREAS NO But that none fine hath been levied in pursuance of the afore- ed. said covenant: and on the treaty for the said and therefore it

had beto agreed purchase by the said (obligees) it was agreed that obligor that the said (obligor) should execute and give nify against the (obligees) a bond or obligation, in the above mentioned penalty, to be conditioned for indemnifying them the said (obligees), their heirs and assigns from any dower or thirds, to which the said (Sarah Roe) might be or become entitled, out of or in the said messuage or tenement and other hereditaments, or any part thereof. Now THE CONDITION of the above written the condition. bond or obligation is such, that if the said (obligor) his heirs, executors, or administrators, do and shall from time to time, and at all times hereafter, save, defend, keep harmless and indemnified the said (obligees) and each of them, their and each of their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, and their and every of their estates and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, and particularly the said messuage or tenement and other bereditaments, by the said indenture of release, ofeven date herewith, and the lease for a year upon which the same is grounded, conveyed, or intended to be conveyed unto the said (obligees), their heirs and assigns as hereinbefore is mentioned, and every of them, and every part thereof, with their appurte

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nances, of, from, and against all dower or thirds,

to which at the common law, To indemnify

or by cusagainst Douer. ton or otherwise, the said (Sarah Roe) now is or

hereafter shall or may become entitled out of or in the said messuage or tenement, and other hereditaments, or any of them, or any part thereof, And of, from, and against all and all manner of actions, suits, costs, charges, damages, and expences whatsoever, for or on account, or in respect of any such dower or thirds, or any act, deed, matter, or thing, whatsoever, in anywise relating thereunto; then the above written obligation to be void.

day of

No. VII. By Partners on Bond between Partners, who had neglected to

referring Accounts.

account, to employ two Persons of their own Nomination to make out their Accounts, and

abide thereby: Recites articles WHEREAS BY INDENTURE bearing date on or of copartner- about the

and made or exship

pressed to be made between (John Doe) by his
then name and addition of, &c. of the one part,
and (Richard Roe) by his then name and
addition of, &c. of the other part; They the said
(John Doe) and (Richard Rue) mutually cove-
nanted, promised, and agreed, to and with each
other to become, and be, and continue copart-
ners and joint traders in the art, ' mystery, or
business of a
branch thereof (except as thereinafter is par-
ticularly mentioned) and in all things incident
and appertaining thereto, and in the management
and doing of all such other business as they should
think fit, and mutually agree and consent to trade

and every

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