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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
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Larkin his heirs and Assignes forever and that the said Thomas
Larkin his heirs and Assignes shall and may forever peaceably and
Quietly have hold use Occupy possess and Enjoy all the said one hun-
dred acres of Land and premises without any let suit Trouble or dis-
turbance of any pson or psons whatsoever and Also that he the said
William Lunn his heirs and Assignes shall and will at all times here-
after warrant and defend the said Land and prmises unto him the said
Thomas Larkin his heirs and Assignes forever against all persons
whatsoever In Wittness whereof the party first to these presents
hath put his hand and Seale the day and year first above Written
William Lunn [Seale] On the Back of which Indenture was Endorst
as followes Viz. Signed Sealed and Delivered in the prsence of us

Liber LL, 4

Acts

Richard Jones Junr John Giles. Memorandum that on the day and
Year within written Came the within named William Lunn party to
these presents before us the Subscribers two of her Majesty's Justices
of Ann Arundell County and Acknowledged the within Land and
prmises to be the Right of the within named Thomas Larkin his heirs
and Assignes forever as also Abigail the wife of the said William
acknowledged her right of Dower being Examined according to Law
Richard Jones Junr And Forasmuch as it is made appear that the
Consideration or purchase mony of the Land in the said Deed men-
tioned to be sold has been really and bonafide paid and that it was the
full Intent of the therein mentioned Grantor that the Land therein
mentioned should be Confirmed to the said Thomas Larkin his heirs
and Assignes according to the tenor of the said Deed and that the
want of an Opportunity of getting the same acknowledged before
two Justices was the only Cause of the said Thomas Larkins Delay-
ing to get the Same deed Recorded in Expectation of getting the said
William Lunn to acknowledge the Same a new in his Life time but
for that the sd William Lun is now dead it is humbly prayed that it
may be Enacted And be it Enacted by the Kings most Excellent
Majesty by and with the advice and Consent of his Majesties Gov-
erneur Councill and Assembly of this pvince and the Authority of
the same that the said Deed shall be Deemed had & held as Effectuall
in Law to all Intents Constructions and purposes whatsoever as if
the same deed had been duly acknowledged & Recorded according
to the Directions of an Act of Assembly of this pvince Entituled an
Act for Quieting possessions Inrolling Conveyances and secureing
the Estates of Purchasers any thing in the said last mentioned act
or any other Law Statute or useage to the Contrary notwithstanding
Provided that the said Thomas Larkin his heirs or Assignes shall
procure the same deed or this Act to be recorded in the land records
of Ann Arundell County and pay the Alienation fine of the said Land
within three months after the End of this present Session of Assem-
bly Saveing to our Sovereign Lord the king his heirs and Successors
and all bodves Politick and Corporate and all others not menconed
in this Act their Severall and respective Rights.

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