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suffer a recovery of the whole advowson, by writ RECOVERY, of right of advowson, which writ he learned from the Cursitor's Office, was frequently used Conveyaneb for suffering recoveries of advowsons (1).
a Living. The use of the recovery was declared to the tenant in tail in fee.
A day or two afterwards, the tenant in tail conveyed by way of bargain and sale inrolled to the purchaser and bis heirs ; “ The presentation " of a fit person to the rectory and parish church in the county of
in the manner following, (that is to say) Upon the first turn when the said church shall next happen to become vacant, and after such first pre
sentation therl upon every alternate turn of the " said church when it shall happen to become
vacant for ever.— And all privileges, rights, " and appurtenances whatscever to such presen“ tation belonging, or in any wise appertaining ; " and the reversion and reversions, remainder " and remainders of and in the same presenta
tion, and all the estate right, title, interest,
claim, and demand whatsoever of him the said “ tenant in tail, of, in, to, or out of the perpetuul
donation, free disposition, right of patronage " and presentation in and to the said rectory and
(1) Another way is to do it by writ of entry, sur disseisin en le post, of an acre of land and the advowson (the acre being fictitious.)
tlement on the
CONVEYANCE. By a Purchaser
under an Esecution upon
No. LXII, special Trusts.
Conveyance by a Purchaser under an Execution
of Estates to the Use of himself and two others upon special Trusts, for the Benefit of the Judgment Creditors of the Debtor, and other Claimants on Debtor and his Estates, providing an Allowance to the Debtor. (1
This INDENTURE, made, &c. Between (re
lessor or purchaser) of the one part; and (relesReciting a set- sees) of the other part. Whereas, by indenture marriage.
of lease and release, bearing date respectively on or about the and days of which was in the year of our Lord
the release being quadrupartite, and made between (settler) of the first part; (his intended wife) of the second part; (certain trustees) of the third part; and (certain other trustees) of the fourth part, purporting to be a settlement made previous to the marriage then intended, and which was afterwards had and solemnized by and between the said (parties of the first and second part) He the said (settler) did for the considerations thereiu mentioned, grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, and confirm unto the said (therein first mentioned trustees) and to their heirs, all those his the said (settler's) two several plantations and sugar works in the island of
; the one of
(1) The debtor was not made a party to this arrangement, he being absent, and having become lunatic since the making of the incumbrances, through which the estates were purchased.
them being situate and lying in the parish of CONVEYin the island of
and containing by estimation
acres or thereabouts (be the By a Purchaser same more or less); and the other of his said two Execution upon
special Trusts. plantations being situate and lying in the parish of
in the said island of and containing by estimation
acres, or thereabouts, (be the same more or less). AND ALSO ALL and singular the messuages, houses, boiling houses, curing houses, still houses, and all other premises, with the appurtenances whatsoever to the said two several plantations or sugar works belonging or in anywise appertaining; and
all and singular the lands, grounds, feedings, ene closures, woods, underwoods, ways, waters,
watercourses, fishings, and fishing places, washes,
or elsewhere in the said island
wbereof or wherein the said (settler) was seised of any estate of freehold or inheheritance whatsoever, with all and every of their appurtenances; To hold the same unto the said (first mentioned trustees) their heirs and assigns, to the uses therein and hereinafter mentioned. And the said (settler) for the further considera
CONVEY- tions therein mentioned, did grant, bargain, sell,
assign, transfer, and set over unto the said (first By Dw chuser mentioned trustees) their executors, administraExecutiwn upon tors and assigns all and every the milis, coppers, special Trusis.
stills, potts, tubbs, and other plantation imple-
; and also all and every other goods and chattels, effects, and personal estate of him the said (settler) or ia or to which he or any other person in trust for
him, had any estate or interest whatsoever in the convey. said island of
or elsewhere in America; To hold, receive, take, and enjoy the same unto By a Purchaser them the said (first mentioned trustees) their Erecnion upon
special Trusis. executors, administrators and assigns for ever, UPON TRUST from and immediately after the solemnization of the said then intended marriage, to permit all and every the said premises lastly mentioned to be thereby bargained and sold, to remain and continue upon, and to be employed, exercised, and made use of as occasion might require for the service and working of the said plantations or sugar works, lands, hereditaments and prenuises thereinbefore released by the said (settler) as aforesaid, and to go together therewith to such person and persons as should from time to time be respectively entitled to the said plantations or sugar works, lands, hereditaments and premises aforesaid, in the same manner as if such chattels were affixed to the freehold thereof. , AND ALSO for and concerning the said plantations or sugar works, lands, tenements, hereditaments and premises thereinbefore granted and released by the said ( settler) as aforesaid. It was thereby declared, that they the said (first mentioned trustees) their heirs and assigns should from and immediately after the solemnization of the then intended marriage stand seized thereof, upon the trusts, uses, intents and purposes thereinafter declared, (that is to say) to the use of the said (the other trustees, their executors, administra. tors and assigns, for a term of they the said (settler) and (intended wife) should both of them so long live, upon certain trusts therein mentioned, and which are since deter