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other sons of the said N. B., lawfully begotten, or to be begotten severally and successively in tail male.
Rem. To use of E. L., his executors, &c., for 1200 years, to be computed from the decease of survivor of T. B. and N. B.; and failure of issue male of both their bodies, upon the trusts thereinafter declared. Rem.
To the right heirs of the said W. B. for ever.
Declaration that the said term of 1200 years was limited; in trust to raise L. additional portions for testator's sons, T. B. and C. B., in case either of testator's sons, H. B. and A. B., should, under the limitations thereinbefore contained, during his life, become entitled to the rents of testator's estate at, &C.
Proviso for cessor of said term, when said L. should be raised.
Powers to testator's said children respectively, when in possession of said estate, to raise jointures for their wives, and portions for younger children, and to grant leases in manner therein mentioned.
Power of sale and exchange.
And said testator gave and bequeathed all the household furniture, &c., at the time of testator's decease, unto the said N. H., I. P., and E. L., their executors, &c., upon trust, to permit his said wife to enjoy the same during her natural life; and after her decease, in trust for the person who, under the limitations thereinbefore contained, should upon the same event first become beneficially entitled in possession to the said messuage and other hereditaments, so limited to the use of his said wife as aforesaid, or to the rents or profits thereof as tenant for life, or in tail, his executors, administrators, and assigns.
And after various other bequests, the said testator directed that his executors should pay and apply a competent part of the residue of his personal estate, which should remain after payment of all his debts, funeral and testamentary expenses, and the legacies thereinbefore bequeathed, in satisfaction and dis
charge of the several portions or sums of money
Executed by the said W. B., and attested by three witnesses.
Date. Codicil to said abstracted will, whereby said W. B. declared that in case his said wife M. B. should after his decease intermarry with any other busband, then the estate and interest, by his said will limited to her, of and in all that, &c., therein should cease and determine. And testator in that event charged the said premises with the payment of an annuity or yearly rent-charge of L. to the said M. B. during the remainder of her life.
Executed and attested by three witnesses.
Proved in the prerogative court of the archbishop of Canterbury, on, &c., by, &c., the said executors.
Abstract of the title to a copyhold estate.
Court. Date. Admission of H, G., on decease of P. G., who having died seised of premises called P., containing sixteen acres, by his will, dated, &c., gave as follows:-"I give and bequeath unto my cousin, H. G., son of my brother R. G., whom I make my full and sole executor, &c., all that my mansion-house that now I dwell in, with all barns, stables, and all other out-houses thereunto belonging; to have and enjoy the same to him and his heirs for ever, provided he pay my just debts, funeral expenses, and all my legacies hereby given."
[Add date of probate, registry, enrolment, 8c.] Date. Surrender by W. P., and R, his wife, of a
tenement called N., and a close called H., containing
acres, and L., containing acres, lying together in L., between D. and C., &c. To the use of A. G., daughter of H. G., of for life; and after her decease, to the use of the right heirs of said W. P. for ever.
Date. Admission of W. P. jun., only son and beir of H. P., who died seised of all that separate tenement called F., between G. street and B. lane, and also his admission to the reversion of N., &c., upon the decease of A. P., lately A. G.
Date Admission of H. G., only son and heir of H. G., who died seised of P., &c., to which he was admitted in 1666. .
Date Admission of M. G., late M. C., widow of H. G., last mentioned, as mother and guardian of W. G., an infant of the age of two years, the youngest son and heir of the said H. G., last seised to P., &c.
Date. Conditional surrender of W. G. to W. F. of all that his customary lands called P., &c., situate at or near K., subject to proviso for redemption on payment of L.200.
Date. The like for L.300.
Date. Surrender of same premises to the use of W. F., and M. his wife, and their heirs and assigns for ever, and their admission.
Date. Surrender by W. F. and wife, to the use of H. G., his heirs and assigns for ever, and his admission.
Date. Surrender hy H. G. of same premises, to use of said H. G. for his life, and then to P. G., brother of said H. G., his heirs and assigns for ever.
Date. Licence to H. G. to demise for twentyone years.
Like licence to W. C.
Date. Admission of A., wife of W. C., of, &c., and E., wife of R. O., of, &c., daughters of the said P. G., and his next heirs, stating that H. G. held all those two customary fields of acres called P. at or near K., and died seised thereof, and that he surrendered the same to the use of himself, the said H. G., for his life, with remainder to the use of the said P. G., brother of said H. G., his heirs and assigns for ever. That P. G. was dead, and that A., wife of W. C., and E., wife of R. O, daughter of P. G., were their next heirs to the said premises.
Date. Surrender by R. O., and E. his wife, of all their undivided moiety of the same premises, to the use of W. C., his heirs and assigns for ever.
Date. Admission of and surrender by W. C. to the use of his will.
Date. Surrender by W. C., and A. his wife, of all their undivided moiety therein, to the use of the said W. C., his heirs and assigns for ever.
Licence to W. C. to demise all his lands in L. for twenty-one years.
I, A. B., of, &c., do hereby undertake to give and Undertaking render unto C. D., of, &c., a just and true account to of, or relating to the business, &c., and other deal- counts to ings and transactions of him, the said C. D., and of principal. , all moneys that shall be received by me on account thereof, at all times when the said C.D. shall require the same; and I undertake to provide and keep such and so many books of account as shall, for that purpose, be necessary, wherein shall be fairly stated or written all moneys received and paid, and all goods which shall be bought or received in, or sold or delivered out upon credit, or otherwise, and all other matters, circumstances, and things necessary to manifest the state and condition of the said trade, (business, or concern,) for the inspection of the said C. D., and to pay the balance in my hands or appearing due to the said C. D. when required by him so to do;" and I, the said C. D., do hereby, in consideration thereof, undertake to pay or allow a sa
to keep and render ac
u Unless it be otherwise stipulated, an agent is bound to account for, and pay over the net proceeds of goods sold by him as soon as he has or might have received them, had he used due diligence ; Vorden v. Parker, 2 East, 710; Hunter v. Welsh, 1 Stark, 224. It may, therefore, be necessary to specify the particular times of accounting, such as quarterly or half-yearly.