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will, during the remainder of his life, or during such part thereof as the said S. R. W. and L. C., or either of them, shall live, well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the said (trustees, 7 their executors or ad. ministrators, or other the trustees or trustee, for the time being, of these presents, one annuity or annual sum of L.100, by equal half-yearly payments, on the

day of and the day of in every year, free and clear of and from all deductions in respect thereof, the first payment thereof to begin and be made on such of the said days as shall bappen next after the solemnization of the said intended marriage : And it is hereby agreed, that the trustees or trustee, for the time being, of these presents, shall stand possessed of, and interested in, the said annuity or annual sum of L.100, and the half-yearly payments thereof, upon and for such and the same ends, intents, and purposes, as are hereinbefore declared and contained, of and concerning the interests, divi

dends, or annual income of the hereinbefore menPowers to tioned trust moneys, funds, and premises. [Add trustees. power to trustees to vary securities, p. 61 ; to give re

ceipts, p. 58; and for appointment of new trustees,

p. 69; and a provision for their indemnity, p. Covenant for 77.7 uAnd the said S. R. W. and L. C., in pursuance settlement of fiha noid recited agreem lady's after of the said recited agreem acquired per- by, jointly and separately, and for their several and

respective heirs, executors, and administrators, cove. nant, promise, and agree, with and to the said (trustees,] their executors, administrators, and assigns, in manner following; that is to say, that if, at any time after the solemnization of the said intended marriage, and during the life of the said L. C., any moneys or other personal estate of the value or amount, at any one time, of not less than L. , shall be given or bequeathed, or come to or devolve upon the said L. C., or the said S. R. W. in her right, then, and

sonalty.

u This clause should only be inserted if there is an agreement for it.

so often as the same shall happen, the said L. C. and S. R. W. respectively, and their respective executors and administrators, shall and will, at the expense of the said S. R. W., his executors and administrators, make, do, and execute all such acts, deeds, assignments, and assurances in the law whatsoever, as the said (trustees] or the survivor of them, or the executors and administrators of such survivor, or his, her, or their counsel in the law, shall think proper, for effectually vesting such moneys or other personal estate in the said (trustees,] or other the trustees or trustee, for the time being, of these presents, upon and for such and the same trusts, intents, and purposes as are hereinbefore expressed and declared, of and concerning the said reversionary or expectant one-eleventh part or share of and in the said sum of L. , so hereby assigned, or intended so to be, as aforesaid, or if all the properties are settled upon the same trusts say, “the said trust moneys, funds, and premises hereinbefore mentioned,"] and the interest and dividends thereof, or as near thereto as the deaths of parties, and other circumstances of the case, will admit: Provided also, and it is hereby lastly Agreement to

bar dower. agreed and declared between and by the parties bara hereto, that the provision hereby made for the said L. C. as aforesaid shall be, and she doth hereby agree to accept the same as and for her jointure, and in lieu and full satisfaction of and for her whole dower or thirds at the common law, or by or on account of customary free-bench or widow's-part, which she can or may, or otherwise could or might have claim or demand in or out of all and every the freehold, copyhold, or customary hereditaments and premises whereof or whereto the said S. R. W. now is, or at any time or times, during the said intended coverture, shall be seised or entitled for any estate of or to which dower or free-bench is incident. In witness, &c.

Conveyance of a small Estate the Property of the

Gentleman, previous to Marriage, to the Trustees of the Marriage Settlement, upon Trusts for Sale, and to stand possessed of the Moneys upon the Trusts declared by the Settlement.

This indenture, made the day of A. D. 184 , between J. M. of (the gentleman,] of the first part, M. C. [the lady, 7 of the second part, and strustees,] of the third part; (after the previous recitals as to the title of the premises, proceed as follows :) And whereas a marriage hath been agreed upon, and is intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said J. M. and M. C.; and whereas, upon the treaty for the said intended marriage, it was agreed, that the hereditaments and premises comprised in the said

should be conveyed and assured unto the said [trustees,] their heirs and assigns, upon and for the trusts, intents, and purposes hereinafter expressed and declared of and concerning the same. Now, this indenture witnesseth, that, in pursuance of the said recited agreement in this behalf, and in consideration of the said intended marriage; add a nominal consideration, and then convey the premises to the trustees in the ordinary mode applicable to the particular property, and after the limitation in the habendum proceed as follows :] But nevertheless upon and for the several trusts, intents, and purposes hereinafter expressed and declared of and concerning the same; that is to say, upon trust for the said J. M., his and assigns, until the said intended marriage shall be had and solemnized, and from and after the solemnization thereof, upon trust, that they, the said (trustees,] or other the trustees or trustee, for the time being, of these presents, do and shall, at such time or times, during the lives of the said J. M. and M. C., his intended wife, or the survivor of them, as they, the said J. M. and M. C., or the survivor of them, shall in that behalf direct by any writing or writings under his, her, or their hands or hand ; and after the decease of the survivor of them, at such time or times as to the trustees or trustee, for the time being, shall seem expedient, absolutely sell and dispose of, &c. (See first form in page 54.) And it is hereby agreed and declared, that the trustees or trustee, for the time being, of these presents, shall stand and be possessed of the clear moneys to arise or be produced by any sale or sales which shall be made in pursuance of the trusts hereinbefore contained, and of the rents and profits of the said here. ditaments and premises, until the same shall be sold as aforesaid, after payment of all the costs, charges, and expenses which shall be occasioned by or incident to the execution of the trusts of these presents, upon and for such trusts, intents, and purposes, and subject to such powers, provisoes, declarations, and agreements, as are or shall be expressed concerning the same, in and by an indenture already prepared and engrossed, and bearing, or intended to bear, even date with these presents, and made, or intended to be made, between, &c. [Add power to trustees to give receipts, see p. 57, and (where it is not intended to sell the premises immediately) power to lease, and a power of changing trustees similar to the one given in the contemporaneous settlement, see p. 69.] In witness, &c.

Settlement before Marriage of real Estates upon the

Gentleman and Lady for their Lives, with re- mainder (subject to appointment by them) to their

Children in tail.

This indenture, made, &c., between J. C. OI the first part; H. T. of the second part ; and E. C. and H. B. of the third part. Whereas the said J. C. is seised or entitled in fee-simple of or to the messuage, farm lands, and hereditaments hereinafter described, and intended to be hereby granted and released; and whereas a marriage hath been agreed upon, and is intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said J. C. and H. T., aud upon the treaty for the said intended

marriage, it was agreed that the said messuage, farm lands, and hereditaments, should be conveyed and assured to the said E. C. and H. B., and their heirs, to the several uses upon and for the several trusts, intents, and purposes hereinafter expressed and declared, of and concerning the same. Now, this indenture witnesseth, that, in pursuance of the said recited agreement in this behalf, and in consideration of the said intended marriage, and also in consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful British money, by the said E. C. and H. B. to the said J. C. in hand now paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, he, the said J. C., with the privity and consent of the said H. T., his said intended wife, testified by her executing these presents, hath granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed, and by these presents doth, &c., unto the said E. C. and H. B., (in their actual possession, &c., see p. 38,) and to their heirs, all, &c., together with all houses, &c., and the reversion, &c., and all the estate, &c., (see p. 41.) To have and to hold the said messuage, farm lands, and other hereditaments hereby granted and released, or intended so to be, with their appurtenances, unto the said E. C. and H. B., their heirs and assigns, to the use of the said J. C., his heirs and assigns, until the said intended marriage shall be had and solemnized, and from and after the solemnization thereof, to the use of the said J. C. and his assigns, for the term of his natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste, and from, &c., [add limitation to E. C. and H. B. during the life of J. C. to support contingent remainders, see p. 50,7 and immediately after the decease of the said J. C., to the use of the said H. T. and her assigns for the term of her natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste, as and for her jointure, and in lieu, bar, and fullsatisfaction of and for all dower and thirds at the common law, &c., [see ante, p. 639,] and from, &c., [add limitation to the same trustees during the life of H. T. to support contingent remainders, ante, p. 50,) and immediately after the decease

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