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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 1697/8-July 1699
Volume 22, Page 462   View pdf image (33K)
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462 Assembly Proceedings, June 29-July 22, 1699.

Lib. L. L.
p. 176

of the said Tract of Land to any person or persons that shall
think fitt to purchase the same and make unto him or them
a good firme and indefeazable Estate of Inheritance in ffee
simple of in and to the said Tract of Land and Appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wise appurteining and further
to pay in Such Order as the Law directs and according to the
Nature of the Debts the Creditors of the said Joseph out of
the purchase money of the said Land all Such Debt or Debts
as shall appear to be Justly due and owing from him the said
Joseph so farr as the produce of the said Land shall Extend
and that Such Sale so as afd to be made by the said Benjamin
shall be as firme and Valid to all Intents and Purposes as if
the said Benjamin had been in Express terms named and
Impowered in and by the said Will to do the same

An Act for Transferring and Setting over unto Major William
Whittington the Debts due from the Officers of Sumersett
County by vertue of an Act for raising a Supply towards
the defraying of the publick Charge of this Province.

Whereas by Virtue of a Certein Act of Assembly made att
an Assembly held att Annapolis the 8th day of May Ano Dni
1695 Entituled an Act for raising a Supply Towards the
defraying of the Publick Charge of this Province there are
diverse sums of Tobbacco arisen and become due this
Province from the severall and respective Officers within
the Limitts and Precincts of Sumersett County and for as

p. 177

much as the said Major William Whittington has well and
truly Satisfyed and paid or Secured to be paid to the
Treasury of this Province for and Towards defraying the
Publick Charge thereof the Sume of Seaventy four pounds
Sterl it being in Consideration of the Severall Debts ariseing
and now becoming due from the Officers aforesaid in Somer-
sett County aforesaid Be it therefore Enacted by the Kings
most Excellent Maty by and with the Advice and Consent of
this present Generall Assembly and the Authority of the
Same That all debts and sums of Tobbacco due and Owing
by Virtue of the said Act from any the aforesaid and all the
right and Property of in and to all such Debts and sums
Conteined in an Accompt annexed to this Act Signed by
Major Thomas Smithson publick Treasurer on the Eastern
Shore are hereby Transferred and sett over unto the said
Major William Whittington his Executors and Administrators
and to his and their Proper use and behoof and that the said
William Whittington have and hereby to him and his
Executors and Administrators is given full power Just Right
and Authority in his or their or either of their names and



 
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