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appoint a proper person or persons in the island of

to manage the plantations and By a Purchaser estates, and to receive the rents, issues, and proEsecution upon fits thereof, and to remit the same to a proper special Trusts.

person in London, to be approved of by the said master for that purpose, who should annually account and pay what he should receive, as the said court should direct; and that the uncle of grandson) then in possession of the said plantations, and his attornies, agents and managers, overseers and other persons employed by him, should deliver up the said plantations and estates, together with the negroes, cattle, stock, utensils, and produce thereon or thereto belonging unto the said manager so to be appointed by the said master; and whereby it was further ordered that the said master should take an account of the interest due on the principal sum of

in the pleadings mentioned; and it was ordered, that the arrears, if any, and growing payments of the said sum of

should be paid by the person to whom such rents and profits and produce should be remitted out of such rents, profits, and produce, into the Bank, to the credit of the said cause on the account of the complainants and the masters' reports made in pursuance of the said order, bearing date the

whereby be certified that he had approved and appointed (a manager) to manage the said plantations and estates in

, and receive the rents, issues, and profits thereof; and also another report made by the said master in pursuance of the said order, and bearing date the said ";. day of

whereby the said master certified that he had approved and ap

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pointed (consignee) to be the consignee in Eng- CONVEY. land of the rents, issues, and profits of the said plantations and estates in

and that the Bye Purchaser said (defendant) who was then in possession of Execution upon

special Trusts. the said plantations, and claimed an estate of inheritance therein, subject to the payment of the said sum of charged thereon, might be ordered to deliver up possession of the said two several plantations called

and all the negroes, cattle, stock, utensils, and produce thereon or belonging thereto to the said (manager) appointed by the said master in pursuance of the above-mentioned order, and that all necessary orders might be given for carrying the said order into effect; and it appeared by the answer of the said (defendant) that he admitted the said plantations had been charged with the payment of the said sum of

in manner mentioned in the said bill, but the said (defendant) insisted that no interest was due or chargeable on the said sum of

and the matter coming on before his Honor, in the presence of the counsel on tbe part of the complainants and of the said defendant, and by consent on both sides, his Honor did, with such consent, declare that the said order made in the said cause by the High Court of Chancery in England, bearing date the

day of and the said reports made by the said master in pursuance thereof, be carried into execution under the orders and directions of that court, and that (the said defendant) should deliver up the possession of the said two plantations, called

plantations, and all the negroes, cattle, stock, utensils, and produce thereon or belonging thereto to the said (manager) appointed by the

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CONVEY- said master, in pursuance of the above-mentioned

order, but his Honor did order by the like conBy « Purchaser sent that that decree should not be executed if Execution upon the said (defendant) should deliver to or to the special Trusts,

order of the said (manager), or ship and consign to the said (consignee), and in case of shipping to the said (consignee) deliver up to the said

annually from the date thereof, 'until the sum of

charged to the said plantations and estates, and payable to the said complainants, and all such interest. as may be now payable or may hereafter be due or payable in respect thereof, should be by such means fully discharged, together with costs, if they should be given against the defendant, hogsheads of sugar, of the dimensions and quality then usually made on the said estates, the nett proceeds thereof after the payment of freight, insurance duties, and the usual expences to be from time to time as received, disposed of, and applied in the reduction and liquidation of the said . and

such interest and costs in the event of their being That grandson given as aforesaid against the defendant. And WHEREAS the said

departed from the nur in inde bied said island some time since, having contracted or bad commo. incurred debts by simple contract to a very conobtained judge siderable amount, and the several persons to

whom he was so indebted for the recovery and security of the money due to them, entered actious and obtained judgment thereon in his Majesty's Court of King's Bench and Common Pleas of the said island, for the several sums of money set opposite to the respective names mentioned in the schedule hereunto annexed. AND

WHEREAS several executions issued upon and by the said plan.

hnd left the Island, very

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That several executions had been levied in

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virtue of the said judgment which were levied on CONVEY. the said two plantations, and the said (relessor) became the purchaser at the sale thereof, and by

By a Purchaser yirtue of such executioos. AND WHEREAs it was Executron upon

special Trits. expressly agreed and stipulated between the said (purchaser) and the said several judgment cre- Recital of ditors of the said (grandson) whose names are rangement. hereinafter mentioned, that the said (purchaser) should become the purchaser of the said plantations situate in the parish of

in the said island of

, commonly called , upon the express condition and agreement that he would execute a good and sufficient conveyance of the same premises unto trustees for the purpose of raising, by the ways and means bereinafter mentioned and expressed, a sufficient sum of money to satisfy and discharge the said several judgment debts hereinafter particularly used in the schedule hereto annexed, subject to such limitations and powers, trusts, provisoes, and agreements as are hereinafter expressed, declared, created, or raised of, to, or in respect of the same.

Now THIS INDENTURE WITNESS- Consideration. ETH, that in pursuance of the said proviso and agreement made in the purchase of the said last mentioned plantation and estate, and for the fulfilment thereof, and in coosideration of the sum of ten shillings, current money of the said island to the said

and in hand well and truly paid at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents by the said (trustees on this occasion), the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, He the said

Hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, and confirmed, and by these presents by the said (trustees) the receipt

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CONVEY. whereof is hereby acknowledged, He the said

(purchaser) Hath granted, bargained, sold, By e Purchaser aliened, released, and confirmed, and by these Execution upon presents Dots grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, special Trusis.

and confirm unto the said (trustees) their heirs, Conveyance. executors, administrators, and assigns respec

tively, All that plantation, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying, and being in the parish of in the island of

commonly called

and all the houses, out-houses, edifices, boiling-houses, still-houses, shuttures, fabrics and buildings, mills, stills, cisterns, coppers, furnaces, worms, worm tubs, coolers, and other plantation utensils and implements, and all negroes and other slaves, and the offspring, issue, and increase of the females of such negroes and other slaves, and all horses, mules, and other cattle, and all ways, paths, and other passages, wells, aqueducts, waters, water-courses, trees, woods, underwoods, and the ground and soil thereof, liberties, privileges, profits, commodities, emoluments, advantages, hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever upon the said messo. ages or tenements, plantations, lands, hereditaments, and all and singular the premises hereby granted, bargained, and sold, or intended so to be, or any of them belonging or in anywise appertaining, or with them or any of them, or ap. purtenant thereto; And the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders respectively, the yearly and other rents, issues, and profits and produce of all and singular the said messuages, tenements, plantations, lands, negroes, slaves, hereditaments, and premises hereby granted, bargained, and sold, or intended so to be; And all

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