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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1755-1756
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Arts. 199

ceased of the one Part and the Purchaser or Purchasers with his or
their proper Title or Titles and Additions of the Other Part receiting
this Present Act and also Expressing therein the Consideraton
Money and the Parcells to be thereby Conveyed the Estate therein
Conveyed and such other things which are usual in such kind of
Conveyances which Deed or Deeds upon the Acknowledgement of
her the said Ann Chambers and Recording thereof according to the
Direction of an Act or Act of Assembly of this Province to that
Purpose still remaining in Force shall be deemed Construed and
taken to Carry and Convey unto such Purchaser or Purchasers his
or their heirs or assigns for Ever the aforesaid Tracts or Parcells of
Land and Premisses or such Parts thereof thereby intended and
therein mentioned to be Conveyed to all Intents Constructions and
Purposes as fully and Effectually as if the same or any other kind of
Deed of Conveyance had been by the same Samuel Chambers in his

Liber H. S.
No. 1

Life time of the Premisses made and Completed
And be it further enacted by and with the authority advice and
Consent aforesaid that the said Ann Chambers shall and may and
she is hereby required Directed and Oblidged within six Months
after the Sale out of the Consideration money for which the said
Lands or Part or Parcells thereof shall be made and which shall
in the Deed or Deeds of Bargain and Sale be mentioned and Ex-
pressed to pay and Satisfy unto the Several Legal Creditors of the
said Samuel Chambers their Several and respective Debts in such
Order and in such manner as the Law will Charge and doth direct
and appoint on which payments so as aforesaid before Directed to
be made it shall and may be Law full to and for the said Ann
Chambers out of such part of the Consideration money for the
Sale of the said Lands as shall be over and above sufficient to Pay
and Satisfy the aforesaid Legal Debts of the said Samuel Chambers
to take Receive retain and apply to her own use as Administratrix
to the aforesaid Samuel Chambers at the Rate or Proportion of Ten
Pounds p Centum as a Salary on the aforesaid payments and Dis-
charge of the Legal Debts aforesaid due from the said Samuel
Chambers and Actually Paid and Discharged by her the said Ann
Chambers as Administratrix aforesaid, Saving to his most Sacred
Majesty his heirs and Successors and to all Budys Pulitick and
Corporate and all Others not mentioned in this Act their Several and
respective Rights.

p. 185

4.tb July 1755 On behalf of the Right 4th July 1755
Read and assented to Honourable the Lord Read and assented to
by the Lower House of Proprietary of this Prov- by the Upper House of
Assembly. ince I will this be a Law Assembly.
Signed p Order Hor:o Sharpe Sign'd p Order
M Macnemara Cl. lo. ho. J Ross Cl Up Ho

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