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special Trusts. charged on the said plantations or estates by the said recited will of the said testator. AND WHERE- Also of his ele As the said (eldest son) also departed this life without issue male. AND WHEREAS the said that his young(youngest son of the said testator) became en- entitled to the titled to receive the whole of the said sum of whole provision

of younger directed to be raised for the portions children, and of younger children, under and by virtue of the son and beir. trusis of the term of five hundred years created by the said indenture of settlement of the

and is also since dead leave ing issue (a son) at present of the united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, his eldest son and heir at law him surviving. AND WHEREAS by Conveyance

and re-convey certain indentures of lease and release bearing date on or about the

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days of which was in the year of our Lord

expressed to be made between the said (grandson) of the one part, and (a person to whom he released in trust to barr jointure) of the other part, IT WAS WITNESSED, that for barro ing', docking, and extinguishing of all estates tail and of all remainders and reversions thereon ex pectant of and in the said plantations, slaves, and other hereditaments therein particularly described, being the same hereditaments and premises as are hereinbefore mentioned to be comprised in and settled, conveyed, and devised in and by the said above recited indentures of settlement and will respectively, and for conveying and assuring the same to the use of the said (relessee) and his

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be thereof made to the use of the said (grandson) By a Purchaser and his heirs in see-simple, and for the consideraExecution upon tions therein mentioned, the said (grandson) did speciat Trusis.

grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, and confirm unto the said (relessee) his heirs and assigns all and every the plantations, messuages, rents, lands, slaves, live and dead stock, utensils and hereditaments therein mentioned, To HOLD such parts thereof as were freehold, with their and every of their appurtenances unto and to the use of the said (relessee) his heirs and assigns for ever, to the intent that the said (relessee) and his heirs migbt be seised of the said plantations, messuages, tepements, lands, slaves, stock, and hereditaments therein mentioned with the appurtenances in pure and absolute fee-simple in possession, and might be thereby qualified and enabled to re-convey and re-assure the same unto and to the use of

the said (grandson) his heirs and assigns for The re-convey, ever. AND WHEREAS by certain other indentures

of lease and release bearing date respectively on or about the

and

days of in the year of our Lord

and expressed to be made between the said (relessee) of the one part, and the said (grandson) of the other part, RECITING the said last above recited indentures of lease and release, to the effect hereinbefore recited; IT WAS WITNESSED, that in pursuance of the trust reposed in him the said (relessee) and for the consideration therein mentioned, the said (relessee) did grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, and confirm unto the said (grandson) his heirs and as. signs all and singular the plantation, messuages, lands, tenements, degroes, slaves, live and dead

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stock, utensils, and hereditaments therein and CONVEY. in the above recited indenture of release of the day of

particularly describ- By a Purchaser ed, To hold such parts thereof as were freehold Execution upon unto and to the use of the said (grandson) his heirs and assigns for ever ; AND TO HOLD such Arunning

mortgage frosa parts thereof as were personal chattel interest the grandson unto the said (grandson) bis executors, administrators and assigns. AND WHEREAS by indentures of lease and release bearing date respectively the and days of

which was in the year of our Lord

the release being made or mentioned to be made between the said (grandson) of the one part, and (certain mortgagees) merchants and co-partners, of the other part; after reciting as is therein recited, the said (grandson) did for certain good and ya. luable considerations in the said indenture mentioned, and for the purposes therein expressed, convey and assure the said two plantations and estates called

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(and which are the same plantations and estates hereinbefore mentioned to be comprised in the said several recited deeds and wills unto the said (mortgagees) and their heirs by way of mortgage, for securing to them the payment of all such sum and sums of money as they the said (mortgagees) should or might lend and advance, to pay for or on account of the said (grandson) in manner and form as in the said indenture of release is particularly mentioned,) subject to a proviso or condition therein contained for redemption of the same premises as therein is particularly mentioned. AND WHEREAS Mortgage dehto the said (mortgagees) did advance, lend, and pay ascertained,

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considerable sum of money, the exact amount By a Purchases whereof is not ascertained by the parties to these Execution upon presents at the time of the executing thereof, and

which said sum of money together with all and singular the mortgage premises contained in the said last recited indenture of release, have and are become vested by mesne assignment in (a derivative mortgagee) of

AND WHEREAs by indenture of release, bearing date on marriage set. Hlement. or about the

day of

which was in the year of our Lord i , and made or mentioned to be made between the said (grandson) of the one part, and (certain trustees) (since deceased) of the other part, purporting to be a settlement made previous to a marriage then intended, and which was afterwards had and solemnized by and between the said (grandson) and (intended wife); he the said (grandson) did for the considerations thercin mentioned, convey and assure the said two plantations and estates herein before respectively mentioned unto the said (certain trustees) and to their heirs, IN TRUSTamong other things to pay to the said (intended wife) and to her sole and separate use, notwithstanding her coverture, the annual suin of sterling wut of the rents, issues, and profits of the said two sereral plantations or estates as by the said last mentioned indeoture recorded in the register's office of the said

island, will, on reference being thereto had, more Billa in chan- fully and at large appear. AND WHEREAS a bill of England by the complaint was some time since filed in his Majesplanete obil: ty’s High Court of Chancery in Great Britain by the said (illegitimate children) against the said (uncle

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herein before mentioned under the limitations CONVEY, contained in the said hereinafter recited will, and against the said (father of last settler) for an By a Purchaser account of what was due for and in respect of Execution, per

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and the interest thereon, and that the same might be raised out of the said plantations called

plantations for the benefit of the plaintiffs in the said suit and the other persons interested thereia particuJarly mentioned. And the said defendants to the original bill appeared and put in their answer, AND the cause came on to be heard before the said Lord High Chancellor, on the

WHEN IT WAS DECLARED that Decree. the trust of the said recited will and codicil ought to be performed and carried into execution, and the same was decreed accordingly. AND WHEREAS the said (illegitimate children) A bill in the some time in the

year

exhibited their bill of cery of the complaint in the Court of Chancery in the island

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, against the said (father) for the execution cerpurpose of carrying into exécution certain orders the above of the High Court of Chancery of Great Britain, made in the said original suit, and the said (grandson) having put in bis answer to the said last mentioned bill, and the cause coming on to be heard before the Chancellor on the

day of

and it appearing that the scope of the bill of the said complainants was to carry into . execution under the orders and directions of that court, & certain order made in and by the High Court of Chancery io England in the said original cause, and bearing date the

day of whereby it was referred to the master, to whom that cause stood referred, to

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