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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 1697/8-July 1699
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Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 20-Nov. 12, 1698. 281

An Act to Entitle William Coursey and Elizabeth his wife
or the Survivor of them to sell & Acknowledge such Lands
as were left by Colonel Vincent Low to be sold for the pay-
ment of his just debts.

Whereas Col Vincent Low late of Talbott County by his
Last Will and Testament did devise unto James Murphew &
Michael Turbutt his Executors to be sold for the payment of
the Just Debts of the said Vincent Low These following Lands
(viz.) Two Thousand Acres of Land in Two Patients the one
Called Winefield the other Okenthorp lying in Talbott County
in the Branches of Tuckaho and one other Tract of Land lying
in Cecill County Called Ladys Delight and Two Thousand
Seaven hundred Acres near adjoyning to the aforesd Ladys
Delight Called Timber Ridge in Cecill County aforesaid one
Thousand acres of Land lying in Chester near Edward Elliotts
Land Called Low's Desire one Thousand Seaven hundred acres
Called the Adventure lying in Chester aforesaid, five hundred
Acres of Land Called the beginning five hundred Acres of
Land Called Chesterfield in Chester both Tracts, one Thousand
acres of Land Called Thurston neighbour lying in Baltemore

Lib. L. L.

County which Thousand Acres Called Thurston neighbour the
said Vincent Low did by his sd Will Declare to have Sold to
Jacob Jennifer but if the said Jacob did not Comply with his
Obligation then to be disposed of as the foregoing Tracts of
Lands and one Thousand Acres of Land lying in Dorchester
County Called Low's purchase Conditionally Sold or Bargained
for to Edward Cook and gave the remainder of the produce
raised by Sale of those Lands to Elizabeth his wife now the
wife of the said William Coursey and for that the said James
Murphew and Michael Turbutt are both Dead before they
disposed and made Sale of the said Lands and for tht there
remains no more of the Estate of the said Vincent Low to
be Administred and wherewith the said Debts may be paid
and Satisfyed and for that the said Vincent Low in his life
time had Conditionally Bargained for some of the aforesaid
Tracts of Land and the Executors in their Capacity had
also sold and Bargained for some of the sd Tracts but had
not perfectly Confirmed their Sales to the end therefore that
the Debts of the said Vincent Low may be Iustly paid and that
the aforesaid Bargains may be Compleated and Confirmed.
Be it 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 the aforesaid William
Coursey and Elizabeth his wife or the Survivor of them be and
are hereby Enabled and have full power and Lawfull Authority
or the Survivor of them to Grant Bargain sell Dispose of alien

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