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ATTORNEY.

POWERS OF hold which shall happen to be unsold to and not

purchased by the said trustees, to any person or To take care of persons who will contract for and purchase the

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same for the best price and consideration the said (attornies) or either of them, can or may get for the same, by all and every such lawful ways and means in the law as to liis lordship’s said attornies, or either of them, their or either of their counsel learned in the law shall seem fit and necessary. And for that end and purpose the said (principal) doth by these presents empower, direct, and appoint his said (attornies) and each of them, either jointly or separately, for him the said (principal) and in his name, place, and stead, to sign, seal, and deliver any lawful and reasonable deed or deeds, writing or writings, for the effectual granting, conveying, and assuring of all or any of his said lordship's estates as aforesaid, whether the same be freehold, copyhold, or leasehold, and to do and execute, or cause to be done and executed, all and every such further and other lawful and reasonable deed and deeds, act and acts, matters and things that for all and every of any of the purposes aforesaid shall be necessary and expedient, in as full and ample manner to all intents and purposes whatsoever as he the said (principal) might, could, or ought to do, if he was personally present, and did and transacted the same.

And the said (principal) doth by thiese presents, and will at all times hereafter ratify, allow, and confirm all and whatsoever his said attornies, or either of them shall, jointly or separately, lawfully do or cause to be done in and about the execution of all and every or any

the premises aforesaid, by virtue of these presents

. IN WITNESS, &c.

POWERS OF
ATTORNEY.

No. XIV.

To represent a l'erson as a Vouchee,

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Power of Attorney to represent a Person as

Vouchee in an intended Recovery. TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS shall come unto and concern, I the principal) of send greeting

WHEREAS J, R. heretofore a customary tenant of the manor of died in the year

seised of 20 acres of land, called Bowers, and 30 acres of land, called Pikes, held by copy of court roll of the said manor, (to which he was admitted at a court held for the said manor on the

day of ), leaving W. R. his only son and heir, AND Whereas the said W. R. was at a court held for the said manor on the

admitted to one tenement and 18 acres of land, called Scots, held by copy of court roll of the said manor on a certain surrender made thereof, to the use of him and his heirs, at the same court; and afterwards at the same court the said W. R. surrendered all his copyhold lands and tenements holden of the said manor, to the uses of his will; and by his will, bearing date the

devised all his copyhold estates to his cousin T. R. (sioce deceased) for his life; remainder to J. (eldest son of the said T.) and the heirs male of his body; remainder to the second son, and every other son of the said T. and the heirs male of their respective bodies, as they should be in priority of birth; and by means of the death and failure of issue male of the said J. R. my father, T. R. became entitled to the said copyhold premises, as being the second son of the first named

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POWERS OF T. R.; and upon the death of my said father, the

same became vested in me as heir male of his To represent a body, and I was admitted to the aforesaid tene

ment and 18 acres of land, called Scots, to me and the heirs male of my body, at a court held for the said manor on the

; and I was at the same court admitted to the said lands, called Bowers, to me and my heirs, as heir of my said father, instead of being admitted as heir male of his body under the said will of the said W. R. AND WHEREAS at a court held for the said manor

the said W. R. was admitted, to him and his heirs, to all that tenement and 150 acres of land, called Jones, and divers other customary lands thereto belonging, with their appurtenances, which last mentioned premises were surrendered to the use of the said W.R. and his heirs, on the in that year, which was subsequent to the above mentioned surrender passed by him to the uses of his will, and he never passed any surrender of the same; and the last mentioned premises came by descent to my said father in fee, and descended upon his death on me, as his heir. Now KNOW YE, that I the said (principal) Have made, ordained, constituted, and appointed, and by these presents Do make, ordain, constitute, and appoint, and in my place and stead put and depute

and of, &c. my true and lawful attorney and attornies, jointly and severally, for me and in my name, place, and stead, to appear at.. the next general or special court, or any other subsequent court to be held for the said manor of

and to pray and receive admittance of me as only son and heir male of the body of

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my said late father, to the said lands and premises POWERS OF called Bower's and Pike's, and all other the customary or copyhold lands, tenements, and here- To remesent a ditaments, which were surrendered by the said W. R. to the uses of his will as aforesaid, and to which I have not been already admitted under the same, or the surrender to the uses thereof, with their appurtenances, To hold to me and the heirs male of my body, according to the tenor and effect of bis said will; And immediately after such admittance, for me, and in my name, place, and stead, to surrender the said copyhold or customary lands, called Bower's, Pike's, and Scot's, and all other the tenements, lands, hereditaments and copyhold premises, to which I may be so admitted as aforesaid, into the hands of the lord of the said manor, according to the custom thereof, to the use of some person or persons, and bis or their heirs according to the custom of the same manor, TO THE INTENT, that he or they may be or become a good and perfect tenant of the said several copyhold premises, so as a good and sufficient common recovery, grounded on a writ in the form and nature of a writ of entry, sur disseisin en le post at the common law may be had thereof, according to the custom of the said manor, for docking and destroying such estate tail, and all other estates tail, and all remainders and reversions thereon respectively expectant or depending of and in the said several copyhold premises, or any part thereof, (in which recovery it is intended that such tenant shall vouch me to warranty, and that I shall vouch over the common vouchee ;) AND FOR THAT PURPose, I do hereby further constitute and appoint

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tornies and attorney, jointly and severally for me, To represent a and in my name, to appear at the same court, and

enter into the usual warranty unto such tenant, when I shall be vouched by him, and thereupoo, for me, and in my name, place, and stead, to vouch over to warranty the common vouchee, and immediately after such recovery shall be bad and perfected in manner aforesaid, or otherwise, and the demandant shall have been admitted thereupon, and shall have surrendered the said several copyhold premises into the hands of the lord of the said manor, to the use of me and my heirs for ever, according to the custom of the said manor, then and there for me, and in my name, to pray and receive admittance to me of the same several premises, with the appurtenances, in pursuance of such last mentioned surrender, TO HOLD to me and my heirs, according to the custom of the said manor. AND FURTHER, after such last mentioned admittance for me, and in my name, surrender as well the said copyhold lands, tenements, and premises, called Bower's, Pike's, and Scot's, as the said copyhold land, tenements, and premises, called Jones's, with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, into the hands of the lord of the said manor, to the use and behoof of

bis heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the said manor. AND FURTHER, for me, and in my name, jointly and severally, to do, execute, and perform all and every other act and acts, thing and things necessary, or which

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be thought expedient for effecting the several purposes aforesaid, as fully and effectually, to all in

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