|Author:||Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690.|
|Title:||The clerks guide leading into three parts, viz. I. Of indentures, leases, &c., II. Letters of attorney, warrants of attorney, mortgages, licences, charter-parties, &c., III. Bills, answers, replications, rejoynders in chancery, &c., under which are comprehended the most unusual forms of clerkship : to which is added, a fourth part of fines, recoveries, statutes, recognisances, judgements, &c. distresses and replevins : illustrated with cases, and the statutes relating to the same / by Tho. Manley of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.|
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The clerks guide leading into three parts, viz. I. Of indentures, leases, &c., II. Letters of attorney, warrants of attorney, mortgages, licences, charter-parties, &c., III. Bills, answers, replications, rejoynders in chancery, &c., under which are comprehended the most unusual forms of clerkship : to which is added, a fourth part of fines, recoveries, statutes, recognisances, judgements, &c. distresses and replevins : illustrated with cases, and the statutes relating to the same / by Tho. Manley of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690.
London: Printed by John Streater, Henry Twyford, and E. Flesher, assigns of Richard Atkins and Edward Atkins, Esquires, 1672.
"The table" [i.e. index]: p. - at end.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Law -- England.
Law -- Interpretation and construction.
Law clerks -- England.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
An Indenture of an Annuity.
An Indenture of Lease, with extraordinary Covenant.
A Deed of Gift made to One to save him harmless from all Bonds.
A Lease of a House and certain Lands made in consideration of a certain sum of money, the Fee-simple being in the Leasor.
In Assignment of the same Lease and Premiss to a third person in trust, upon condition that if the money be paid, the Assignment to be void.
An Assignment of a Judgment, with a Letter of Atturney therein asserted.
An Assignment of a House and Lands, from one who had the same in Mortgage, and was forfeited to him.
A Mortgage of a Lease for indempnity of certain Sureties bound in a Obligation made to another in trust, for their use.
A Bill of Sale.
A Release of Lands Mortgaged.
A Deed of Revocation of certain uses.
A Grant of the Reversion of certain Lands.
An Assignment of a Recognizance, with very good Covenants therein inserted.
A general Release.
A Release from One that hath lost the Counterpart of his Lease.
A Release of Fines and Forfeitures due to the King, and to the Informer, upon the Statute of Recognisancy.
A Resignation or Release from one used in trust of all the benefit he might Claim, by vertue of any Covenant in the Indenture.
An Indenture for justifying of Actions upon setting over of a Statute.
An Indenture between the Scavenger and the Raker, for cleansing the Streets.
A Condition to pay a sum of Money at two several Payments.
A Letter of Atturney to receive one single Debt.
A Condition to make an Apprentice free of London, at the end of his Apprenticeship.
A short Letter of Atturney to receive Money due upon a Bond
A Form of an Award.
A Lease made in consideration of the Surrender of a former Lease for a longer time, with good Covenants.
A Grant of an Extent penned by Mr. Thomas Bromley, then Solicitor.
An Assignment of a Bond for performance of Covenants.
A Release of Annuity.
A short Lease of certain Tythes.
A Deed of Gift.
A Release of a Dower.
A Release from One that hath lost his Articles of Agreement.
A Form of a Will.
An assurance of a Joynture to the Wife, with Remainder in Tail.
A Lease of a Fee-Farm, and certain Lands, with necessary Covenants.
An Assignment of two several Obligations.
An Assignment of two Apprentices, and their years to come.
A Proviso, That if the Lessor be minded to surrender his grand Lease, to take a further estate in the premises, then the demise to be void, with a Covenant to grant a new Lease of the premises.
A Letter of Atturney to enter upon Lands, and to deliver a Lease made to another.
A Letter of Attorney to enter upon Lands, and to deliver a Lease.
A Condition to pay money within fourteen dayes after, if the Parties bound in an Obligation pay it not at the day.
An Assignment of a Lease of partition, wherein three are joynt Lessors to a third person.
A Condition to pay a sum of money to Children at their several Ages, ac∣cording to the Will by which it was given. The Bond made to the Executor.
A Condition for payment of money to a Child when he comes to Age, and in the mean time to find it, and bring it up.
An Assignment of a Wharfstock of Wood, Coals, Lighters, &c. with a general Release, and Covenants for peaceable enjoying, &c.
An Assignment of a Lease of a Messuage, divers plats of Ground with Buttals and Boundals, several Covenants, &c. with an Exception.
An Assignment of a Lease, reciting divers Leases, with several Covenants.
A Lease of divers Lands, &c. with a Covenant to pay Heriots vpon Death, &c. with many other substantial Covenants.
A Joynture with divers Limitations, &c. with a Proviso for Revocation.
A Condition for the payment of Rent Quarterly, for Lands held from year to year, at the pleasure of the Lessor.
A Sale of the Moyety of Rent reserved by Lease.
A Lease of Lands by may of Mortgage, in consideration of a sum of money.
A Covenant that after the default of payment, the possession of Lands in Mortgage shall be delivered to the Mortgagee, and also all Deeds and Writings concerning the same.
An Assignment, with a Proviso, to have the Lease again upon payment of a sum of money.
A revoking of a pretended Contract of Matrimony.
An Assignment of Lands taken upon an Extent.
A Charter party for a Ships Voyage.
A Mortgage of Lands upon Money, &c.
An Indenture of Bargain and Sale of a Mannor, with necessary Covenants.
An Indenture to lead the use of a Fine.
An Indenture of Demise of divers Lands, &c. in consideration of a sum of Money, paying a Pepper-corn yearly.
An Indenture of re-demise of the former demised premises to the same Parties, reserving the Rent of 250 l. with a Proviso, that the same shall cease upon the payment of the sum of Money in the former De∣mise specified.
A Lease of a House in London.
A Defeizance upon a Bond sued to a Judgment.
An Indenture of Partition, where one had a greater share than the other, for which a sum was paid, &c.
A Grant of Rent reserved by Lease.
An Annuity or yearly Rent-Charge.
An Indenture of Apprentiship.
A Bargain and Sale of a Mannor.
An Indenture of Defeizance for the making void of all former Statutes, payment of a sum of, &c. and performance of Covenants, &c.
A Release of Lands upon performance of Articles.
A Conveyance in Fee-simple of a House and Land, &c.
A Joynture to the Wife made before Marriage.
A Lease to try a Title.
A Bargain and Sale of a House in London.
An Indenture of Covenants for passing of a Recovery in the Common-Pleas to cut off an Intail.
An Assignment of a Lease.
An Assignment of a Moyety of a House and Goods, with good Covenants.
An Assignment of a Lease, in trust whereof the Assignor is to take a further Estate in the premises.
An Assignment of a Judgment.
An Assignment of an Annuity.
A Release for one used in trust.
A Surrender of a Lease for Lives, for the obtaining of a new Lease.
A Revocation of a Suit.
A Release for waste done.
A Release of Errors.
A Discharge of an Apprentice from hsi Service.
A Letter of Attorney, to receive Money due upon a Bond.
A Letter of Attorney to enter upon Lands, and deliver a Lease.
A Letter of Attorney upon a Specialty being not due, with Covenant to justifie Actions.
A Letter of Attorney-General to receive Debts and Rent.
A Short Letter of Attorney for the setting over of a Bond forfeited.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession of Lands, delivered by a Sheriff upon an Extent.
A Covenant for the levying of a Fine.
A Covenant to Surrender a Copy-hold at the next Court.
A Covenant for a further Assurance.
A Covenant that he is lawfully seized in Fee-simple, or Fee∣tail, and hath power to demise.
A Covenant that the Lessee shall not cut down or fell the Trees, without the consent of the Lessor.
A Condition of Arbitrement general and special.
A Condition for the truth of an Apprentice, and to restore the value of all such Goods, as by proof shall appear be hath imbeazled.
A Condition to acknowledge satisfaction upon a Judgment.
A Condition to make assurance upon request.
A Condition to find one his Dyet by the year.
A Condition to repay all such Charges as the Tenant shall be at, by reason of the payment of his Rent, there being controversie concerning the Title of the House.
A Condition to discharge the Church-Wardens and Parishioners of a Child born in the Parish.
A Condition for the surrender of Copy-hold Lands, and to cause him to be admitted Tenant.
A Condition for quiet enjoying a Mannor, according to an Assignment thereof.
A Condition for assurance of Lands.
A Condition to pay a sum of Money quarterly.
A Condition to lend a sum of Money at a certain day nominated, for a certain time then following without interest.
A Condition for payment of an Annuity.
A Condition to pay a certain sum of Money at a day, and then to put in another Surety, for payment of another Sum at a day then following.
A Condition for performance, concerning Co-partnership of an Award.
A Condition to save harmless of a Recognizance taken for ones Appearance.
A Condition to save one harmless, for the bailing of one at two several Actions.
A Condition for payment of Money, if a man be non-suited.
A Condition for performance of Covenants.
A Condition for passing of a Fine.
A Condition concerning a Marriage.
A plain Bill of Debt.
A General Release.
A Release upon the Receipt of a Legacy.
A Release of Lands.
A Release of Lands, with a Covenant to lead to the use of a Fine.
A Revocation of uses.
A Defeazance upon a Statute.
A Defeazance upon a Judgment.
A Defeazance upon a Mortgage of Lands formerly forfeited.
A Bill of Sale, with a Proviso, That if the Money, with allow∣ance, be paid by a day, then to be void.
A Bargain and Sale of Houshold-stuff.
A Bargain and Sale of Leases and Goods, on Condition to pay Debts and Legacies.
The form of an Award.
A Protection in time of Parliament.
A Surrender of Copy-hold Land, by way of Mortgage.
An Assignment of a Judgment.
An Assignment of an Annuity.
An Assignment of a Lease.
A Preamble of a Will.
A Condition to pay Money at the day of Marriage, or day of Death.
A Condition to deliver Hay and Cats by a day, &c.
A Condition to perform Covenants.
A Condition to abide the Award of Arbitrators, if they make an arbitre∣ment, and if not, then to abide the umpirage of an umpire.
A Condition that one shall not demise or alien, without consent.
A Condition to justifie all such Actions as shall be commended by reason of a Letter of Attorney.
A Condition for payment of Money yearly, with a Clause to find new Sureties, upon death of any of the former.
A Condition to save harmless from Legacies.
A Condition not to molest, sue or trouble for any matter or cause before past.
A Condition to seal a Counter-part of an Indenture by a day.
A Condition for acknowledgment of a Fine.
A Condition to deliver an Obligation by a day.
A Condition to pay Money during life.
A Condition to assign over a Lease by a day.
A Condition for quiet enjoying of a Messuage.
A Condition not to do any act to prejudice the Estate of the Obligee in a Lease, &c.
A Condition to pay Rent during a Lease parol, and at the end to depart, leaving the Goods and Houshold-stuff mentioned, &c.
A Condition that he shall enjoy quietly the aforesaid Messuage without in∣terruption of any, during the said Lease parol.
A Condition where Money is given by a Will to a Wife and her Children, and the Money being paid by the Executor to the Husband of the Wife, to be imployed for their Benefits, the Husband is bound to imploy it well, or to repay it, &c.
A Condition to save harmless an Executor, he not medling with the Executorship.
A Condition to discharge an Executor from an Orphans portion in London, being received without consent.
A Condition for an hired Servants truth.
A Condition to pay Rent reserved upon a Lease.
A Condition to discharge Executors from the payment of Legacies to Non-age.
A Condition to save harmless from a Letter of Attorney.
A Condition to pay Money at the expiration of an Apprentiship.
A Condition of an Obligation, wherein one Executor stands bound to ano∣ther to do his diligence in the execution of a Will, and from time to time to give a just account.
A Condition that the Lessor shall pay Money back upon the Lessees dislike of a Farm.
A Condition for building and setting up a Farm or a House.
A Condition to save Three harmless which are bound for One by Recogni∣zance to the Chamber of London for Orphans money.
A Condition from the under-Sheriff to a High-Sheriff for saving harmless.
A Condition to save harmless a Surety from a Bond of Arbitrement.
A Condition, if money be not paid at the day, then to surrender certain Copy-hold Lands, &c.
A Letter of an Attorney, or an Assignment to receive and keep money due upon a Bond, wherein is a forfeiture, or nomine poenae upon discharge without consent.
A Letter of Attorney to receive Rents.
A Letter of Attorney to demise, survey or sell a Mannor.
A Letter of Attorney to deliver a Lease upon the Land.
A Letter of Attorney to keep Court.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession of Lands newly purchased.
A Letter of Attorney, for a Steward of a Mannor to receive Rents, with authority to impound and distrain.
A Warranty of Attorney to confess a Judgment.
A Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction.
Another Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction.
An Indenture for suing forth a writ of Entry of a Mannor, to the intent a Recovery may be had.
A Revocation of a Protection during the Parliament-time.
A Bargain and Sale of Trees.
An Indenture of Lease of a House and Lands in the Country.
An absolute Bargain and Sale of a House and Land.
A Conveyance of a Mannor and Lands, in consideration of a Marriage, &c.
An assurance of a Joynture made before Marriage, with special Cove∣nants concerning Children by a former Husband.
A Condition where one buyeth Lands, the Seller is bound that the Land is free from Incumbrances.
A Condition for a Brewers Clerk.
A Deed of Joynture, whereby Tho. N. in consideration of a Marriage intended, between Tho. his Son, and Sarah Mer. granteth and infeoffeth Lands to Friends in trust under a Proviso, to be void upon Assurance of other Lands by John N. Heir of Thomas the Fa∣ther of as good value, and to the like uses.
A Charterparty of a Freightment.
A Transport of Goods in a Ship.
A Deed of Gift in consideration of the discharging of Debts.
A Deed of Gift of Goods of Warranty.
A Covenant that the Lessor shall seal a new Lease, and in the interim the Lessee to enjoy, though the old Lease be surrendred.
A Covenant not to commence any Action or Suit against a Surety that stands bound.
A Covenant to pay the Sheriff, or his Bayliff, for apprehending a man.
Covenants between two Partners, at the dissolution of their Co-partnership.
A Partition of Debts between one Co-partner, and the Exe∣cutor of the other, and to sue, &c.
A Conveyance from J. T. and El. his Wife (being Tenant in tayle) to R. H. and El. his Wife, and the Heirs and Assigns of R. H. for ever.
Robert Farr being seized of a Tenement in Fee with remainders, wherein Eliz. Farr. hath an Estate for her life, having levied a Fine, now suffereth a recovery, and setleth and assureth the same to Robert Bleck, and his heirs in Fee-simple by the subsequent Deed.
John Vaugh (seised of a Tenement jure uxoris for her life, the remain∣der in Fee-tail belonging to Tho. M.) together with his wife, and the Tenant in tail, conclude to convey the same to T. S. and his Heirs, the assurance is by Fine and Recovery intended to be executed, the use whereof being to T. S. and his Heirs, is directed by the fol∣lowing Deed; wherein are comprized necessary Covenants.
William King (being seized of Lands, and, &c. in Fee-tail with remainders) dieth, having Issue three Daughters, who as Co-heirs enter. Now S. N. and Hest. his Wife, one of the Co-heirs, (for the better conveying of Hesters third part to J. F. and his Heirs) suffer a recovery, and by this Deed, together with the Tenants of the Free-bold, and the Recoverors direct the use of the same Reco∣very.
W. B. being possessed of Lands, &c. for a term of years, (the Inheri∣tance of which Lands in Fee-simple, were conveyed to R. R. and W. B. in trust, to be disposed of as W. B. and his wife shall ap∣point) contracts with W. for sale, the assurance advised thus, That for keeping on foot the term, and preventing Incumbrances, the term should be granted to W. D. himself, and the Inheritance to W. D. his Son, the Inheritance is conveyed to the Son, as followeth.
B. M. being seized of Lands, (jure uxoris) she being a Co-heir pur∣chaseth of J. B. (to whom the Estates of the other Co-heirs is come) all the Lands, the Conveyance is by recovery concluded to be suffered by J. B.
P. H. purchaseth Lands of W. H. & Uxor (other Lands he holds in Right of I. his wife, to whom the same were devised by R. I. her Brother in Fee-simple) the Brother and Heir of the Devisor intend∣eth to settle other Lands which came to him by Descent, on the said P. and I. in tail. Now for the setling as well the Lands purchased of H. as all the rest, a Fine is levied by W. H. & Uxor I. I. (Heir to the Devisor) & Uxor, and the said P. & Uxor, and T. P. and I. C. The uses whereof are declared by the Deed follow∣ing.
A Marriage is intended between Tho. Geo. Esquire, and Ph. B. single Woman, Ph. (in regard the Joynture agreed on cannot presently be assured) with consent of Tho. makes over all her Land, &c. Jewels, Moneys, &c. to Eliz. her Sister in trust, &c.
A. and B. his Wife being possessed of a certain Mannor and Lands, Co∣venants with C. D. to levy a Fine thereof to certain uses, with a Covenant, that himself and his Wife together, shall have power to let Leases for Lives or Years.
R. C. being possessed of a Messuage, &c. in Fee-simple, granteth the same to J. P. C. P. and G. C. Habend. to them and their Heirs, to certain uses, viz. the use of himself for life, yet so as to pay 20 l. per annum, and Meat, Drink, &c. to his eldest Son, his Wife, &c. and after his decease to several other uses and profits.
A settlement by Fine and Recovery of several Mannors, Lordships, &c. for the raising of Moneys for payment of Debts and Childrens por∣tions, as also for entailing thereof under several Provisoes and Legacies.
J. W. being seized of a Mannor, and other Lands (conceiving he should die without Issue, and intending to settle the same to good uses) by Deed, granteth and conveyeth the same to A. B. C. &c. in trust to the use of himself for life, and after of Rachel his wife for life, the remainder to the Heirs of his Body; and in default of such Heirs, to grant the same as he should by Will, or other writing, limit or ap∣point, &c. with several Provisoes, &c.
The Executrix proved his Will.
A Condition to pay money weekly.
A Condition to pay a sum of money, and three years payment given.
A Condition to perform Covenants in a Lease, and not to seek for a new Lease from the chief Landlord.
A Collateral Condition.
A Condition to erect a Barn.
A Condition, that whereas A. B. had delivered a Bond and a Letter of Atturney to C. D. to recover a Debt of, &c. the said C. D. it bound to re-deliver the Bond or the money.
A Condition to pay a sum of money at ones return from beyond Sea.
A Condition for delivery of Wooll.
A Condition to make an Assurance by a day.
A Condition for the renewing of a Lease, when the Lessor shall come to the age of twenty one years.
A Condition to gather Rents, and to yield an account thereof.
A Condition of a Deputy Rent-Gatherer to give Accompt for the Receipt of Rents.
A Condition to make true Accompt of one Bayliffship.
A Condition for payment of a sum of Money within three dayes after re∣quest, if the Obligee may not enjoy a Messuage.
A Condition to bring an Inventory into the Prerogative Court by a day.
A Condition never to vex or trouble one hereafter for any former matter.
A Condition for the assurance of Mortgaged Lands, after default of Redemption.
A Condition to acknowledge a Statute by a day.
A Condition to meddle with the Executorship upon assignment thereof.
A Condition not to do any act as Executors, without consent of his Co-Executor.
A Condition to procure one to seal an acquittance by a day, and to save harmless.
A Condition to acknowledge satisfaction of a Judgment.
A Condition to procure two to seal Releases for Legacies, and to save harmless.
A Condition that a Woman shall release her Dower.
A Condition to suffer a mans Wife to make her Will.
A Condition to Marry one by a day, or else to pay a sum of Money.
A Condition to be a true Prisoner.
A Condition to save harmless for being bound for the appearance of a man.
A Condition wherein the Factor is truly bound to serve the Merchant, and no other.
A Condition to pay use for Orphanage or Legacy-money, belonging to Orphans.
A Condition for the executing of a Goalership.
A Condition for the re-assurance of Lands.
A Letter of Atturney contained in the latter end of an Indenture.
A Release of a Proviso.
A Release of a Covenant mentioned in an Indenture of Lease.
A Bargain and Sale of Woods.
An Assignment of an Extent upon a Statute.
A Condition for finding Apparel for an Apprentice by his Friends.
A Condition for Money (given by Will) to be lent gratis.
A Condition that one shall not become bound for any person, by Writing, or Promise; without consent.
A Condition to surrender Land, or pay money in lieu thereof.
A Condition, &c. to keep Peace.
A Condition to pay Money according to a oviso in a Bill of Sale.
A Condition to do ones endeavour for the recovery of the Debt against the Surety.
A Condition for quiet enjoyment of a Messuage sold.
A Condition to pay a yearly sum of Money for a Wives Joynture during her life.
A Condition to endeavour to discharge an Obligation by a day.
A Condition, reciting an absolute bargain and sale is made to one for the Indempnity of a Bond, if the money be paid upon the Bond, the Gran∣tee is bound to re-assure.
A Condition, (reciting a Surrender of Land upon condition) that if the money be not paid according to the condition, the Obligor may enjoy the Lands, &c.
A Condition that whereas one hath an Annuity issuing out of the Mannor of, &c. which said Annuity he hath released, &c. for payment of, &c.
A Condition, whereas the Obliges hath owing by one a sum of money, which is to be paid to a Creditor of the Obligor, who is bound to repay within ten dayes after notice of the receipt.
A Condition where a Bond is assigned, and that if the Obligees in the as∣signed Bond do not pay, then the Obligee in this is bound to pay, &c.
A Condition upon an Attachment.
A Condition to pay Rent quarterly for certain Rooms, &c,
A Condition to surrender Land to certain uses.
A Condition, that the Sheriff executing a Writ, may detain out of the Goods and Lands extended, so much money, &c.
A Condition to save harmless from a Bond of Arbitrement.
A Condition where Purchase-money is to be paid at two payments, if de∣fault be made in the first, the whole with allowance to be paid at the second.
A Condition where money is lent upon a Bond, and a Letter of Atturney to receive the money due upon the Bond, the Obligor in this Bond is to pay, &c.
A Condition that the Obligor shall pay, &c. within three months next after default of payment made by another.
A Condition, that if the Obligee do not receive the sum of, &c. of the, &c. according to a Letter of Attorney, then the Obligator to pay the said sum in the, &c. next after.
A Condition for payment of Money within ten dayes next after delivery of assurance of Land.
A Condition to procure one to seal the Counter-part of an Indenture.
A Condition to permit the Obligee to receive Rents and Tythes to his own house.
A Condition to save one harmless from all debts that may be duly demand∣ed as Executor of, &c. and also that one shall seal a Release, when she comes to the Age of, &c.
A Condition from a Goaler to an under-Sheriff, for saving harmless.
A Release of Recognizance assigned to one.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession, and to deliver a Lease upon the ground.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession of the Lands and the same Lands to demise, survey or sell, and to receive, &c.
A Letter of Attorney of a Bond, for performance of Covenants of an Indenture of Lease.
A Letter of Attorney to receive Rent when it shall grow due.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession of a Messuage, &c. from the Sheriff taken upon an Extent.
A Letter of Attorney to receive a Legacy, and the same to pay in discharge of a Bond.
A Letter of Attorney to make Leases of Lands, and to make sale of Woods and Goods, and to make a Grant of a Stewardship during pleasure.
A Warrant for an Attorney to confess a Judgement, in case satisfaction be not made by a certain day.
To T.S. and R.B. Attorneys in the Court of the Kings Bench at Westmin∣ster, joyntly and severally, and to any other Attorney of the said Court.
A Release of an Extent by an Administratrix.
A Release of a Bond, it being lost.
A Release of all Legacies and demands given and bequeathed by ones last Will and Testament.
To I. K. of, &c. one of the Attorneys, &c.
A Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction.
A Condition for the truth of a Merchants Apprentice, and that he shall give just accounts or demands, and pay what he shall fall short in.
A Lease of a Warren of Conies.
A Licence to Hawk, Hunt, and Fish.
A Lease of Cole-Mines.
A Letter of Licence.
An Indenture upon the choosing of a Burgess to serve in Parliament.
A Testimonial for the relief of one that had his House and Goods burnt.
The beginning of a Demise of Copy-hold Lands, &c.
A Release from two joynt-Purchasers to the other two.
A sale of goods to the Plantiff levied upon a Scire facias by the Sherisss Bayliff.
A Lease of Goods levied by the Sheriff upon Judgement.
A Lease of Lands in Barbadoes.
A Lease from a Company.
A Lease from a Parson and Church-Wardens, with a Covenant for building, &c.
A Lease from a Town or Corporation to commence at the end of a former, with several Provisioes.
A Lease for Three Lives, with a Letter of Attorney to take and give possession.
A Letter of Attorney to deliver two Leases.
An Assignment of certain Debts by an Administratrix to Creditors.
A Letter for Composition of half-debts.
A Letter of License and Composition for payment at several times.
A Declaration upon a Bond made in a third persons name in trust.
A Declaration (by a Wife) concerning the disposition of a Sum of Money according to a power reserved to her by her Husband, before Mar∣riage, well penn'd.
An Indenture reciting a Lease for a year, and a Grant of a Reversion upon a trust, to several uses, reserving power to make Leases, and to revoke the trust.
An Assignment and Letter of Attorney of several Bonds.
A Condition upon the granting of a Toties quoties for Replevin.
A Condition that a Lords Bayliff shall give a true account of his Bayliffship.
A Condition to pay Childrens Portions and shares of their deceased Fa∣thers estates.
A Condition that the Heir shall make no claim.
A Condition to appear before the Justices of Peace, &c.
A Condition to suffer ones Wife to make a Will, and to surrender a Copy-hold to his and her use.
A Letter of Attorney to receive money due upon several Bonds, allowing the Attorney his reasonable charges, and out of that money which he shall receive, to satisfie himself of such moneys as are due to him for him which makes this Letter.
A Copy of a Lease to try a Title.
A Discharge made to the Sheriff (for a Prisoner) from him to whom the Prisoner is indebted.
An Indenture of Partition, where two have taken a joynt Lease of Messuage and Lands, &c.
Judge Cook his Articles, which the Chief Constables of every Hundred are to observe and answer unto at the beginning of every Assize, viz.
Points of Law by R.O. concerning Lord and Tenant, &c.
A Charter-party with extraordinary Covenants and Clauses therein contained.
A Deed to revoke several uses in settlement, according to a power therein reserved.
An Indenture of Co-partnership, between four Merchants.
An acknowledgment of a trust in an Indenture of bargain and sale.
An acknowledgment of a Trust by a Deed-Poll of a Lease.
A Conveyance of Lands to the use of a mans Heirs, with the profit during the Heirs minority, limited to the payment of the Donors debts, and porformance of the Testament.
Memorandum of the Seizin executed with the Tenants of one of the said Mannors Atturnment.
An Indenture for the equal division of Goods, where there are four Admi∣nistrators together, they bearing and allowing me with another equal parts of Charges in Law, in getting in the same, and like parts of all recovered against them.
A Defeazance upon a Statute excellently well penn'd, it being for the pay∣ment of Two thousand pounds, at the end of six moneths, and of 200 l. per annum during life.
An Assignment of a Statute, by an executor to two of the Creditors of the Testator, in lieu and satisfaction of their Debts of the same value, singu∣larly well dran.
PRESIDENTS FOR Bills, Answers, Replications, Demurrers, Rejoyn∣ders, &c. in Chancery.
A Bill of Revivor.
The beginning and conclusion of a single Answer.
A Plea and Demurrer.
A Certificate for a Forma Pauperis in Chancery.
An Affidavit for the same.
The Petition of the same.
The Form of the Title of a second Answer to be made upon a Report, &c.
The Form of Rejoynder.
A Warrant up on a Reference to a Master.
An Affidavit for serving a Subpoena. Inter J. G. Quer. & R. W. Defend.
An Affidavit that the Defendant cannot answer without sight of Writings in the Countrey.
The Form of an Administrators Accompts.
The leading of an Inventory.
An Answer to a Bill to be relieved against 8 l. per centum, for money left in the hands of a purchaser paid for after that rate.
The beginning and conclusion of a Bill in Chancery, To the Right Hon∣ourable Sir O.B. Knight and Baronet, Lord Keeper of the great Seal of England.
A Lease of a Mill.
A singular Obligation from one to one.
An Obligation from two to one.
An Obligation from three to one.
A Condition for Replevying Goods.
A Condition to pay the moity of the Debt when itshall be received.
Articles of agreement intended, made, concluded, and fully agreed upon the 10 day of, &c. between E.M. of &c. and R.A. of London, Merchant, &c.
A Deed for the Revoking of a Bargain and Sale, if so much meney be paid.
A Deed of Covennts to declare the trusts in a former Bargain and Sale; the Lands being to be sold for payment of Debts.
A Release for money that was left in the han is of a purchaser on pay∣ment thereof.
A Proviso to be inserted in a Lease or a power of Revocation reserved.
A Presentation of a Minister to a Living, decording to the Form now used.
A Lease of a Parsonage impropriate for three lives, upon surrender of a former Lease with extraordinary Covenants, with a Letter of Attur∣ney to deliver possession, together with the Execution thereof endorsed.
The Execution of the Letter of Attorney for possession, endorsed on the back of the Lease aforesaid.
A Grant of an Annuity for three Lives, with the Inheritance of the Land assured for the same by Recovery and Fine. Well penned.
A Lease for a year.
A Release and confirmation of the precedent lands.
A Release from an Executor to two Creditors of the Testator of all Debts.
A Release with an exception of some Bonds, &c.
A Release from two Partners to two Debtors.
A Grant of the Stewardship of a Mannor during pleasure.
An Agreement of Creditors to take their Debts by four several payments, and abate all interest.
A Lease of a side of a Shop and other conveniencies, with a grant of goods and wares, according to a schedule annexed.
A Declaration of one, whose name is used in trust in an Obligation.
A Presentation to a Living by one who had the next donation granted to him by the Patron, according to the latest form.
A Presentation by a Patron, of the latest form.
A deed of feoffment, with a Letter of Attorney to give livery and seisin.
An Indenture to bar an Estate-tail.
A Re-demise of Lands Mortgaged.
A Confirmation of a Mortgage.
An Indenture upon Marriage, and for setling Lands to uses; and a Declaration of a Fine lovied to those uses.
A Declaration of the use of a Fine and Recovery.
A Conveyance of a Mannor.
Sir Alex. D. being seized of the Mannor of B. in Corn. O. for life, with Remainder to his first Son and his heirs, with Remainder to his second Son, and so to the tenth Son, sell the Mannor-House, and half the Lands to Sir T.R. which to secure, settles the Mannor of C. by the Collateral Deed and Bargain and Sale, ut sequitur.
A Declaration of the use of a Fine, where several parties joyn.
A Condition for the sealing an Acquittance, or Release of Lands.
A Bill to pay Money.
A License to let Lands, although prohibited by Lease.
A Letter of Attorney to two to receive possession.
A Note of Indorsement of Livery of Seisin on the Indenture by vertue of the Letter of Attorney.
An Assignment of a Lease in trust.
E. R. having bought the Mannor of B. and Copy-hold Lands belong∣ing to it, takes a surrender of the Copy-hold Lands in others names, who by Deed, after recital of what Estate they had, make this ac∣knowledgement.
A Lease in trust.
A Lease in trust.
A Declaration of Trust, with a Declaration of uses by the Truster.
A Letter of Attorney to demand a Rent according to a Lease.
A Letter of Attorney to re-enter upon the former Letter of Attorney.
An Indenture of Covenants, declaring that a mans name is but only used in Trust, in the taking of an Assurance.
An Acquittance for money paid in part of a Purchase.
The manner of indorsing an Attornment of Tenants.
A Release of Interest in Lands.
A Condition to save a Surety harmless from a Recognizance.
A Disavowment of a Sute.
Warrant for the keeping of a Court.
An Indenture of Covenants between Executors.
An Indenture in Consideration of a Marriage in lieu of Joynture.
Words to be used upon the Delivery of Possession.
A Conveyance of Land by three Co-heirs, and their Husbands, well penn'd.
An Indenture of Bargain and Sale of a Messuage and Lands, in conside∣ration of a Surrender of a Lease of other Lands, with good Cove∣nants.
A Lease of Lands, with exceptions of Woods, well penn'd.
An Assignment of a Lease, forfeited upon a Mortgage.
A Lease for three Lives of a Messuage and Lands unto those that sold the same, it being so agreed upon sale thereof. Well ped.
An Indenture reciting a Bargain and Sale of the Moiety of a Mannor, &c. in trust for the use of another, the same is hereby re-conveyed to the person trusting.
A Covenant to deliver Evidences by such a time.
A Declaration of a Fine and Recovery to variety of uses; well penn'd.
A Covenant to settle Lands for natural affection.
A Condition of a Counter-Bond.
An Assignment of several Leases of divers Messuages and Lands, with several recitals and good Covenants. Well penn'd.
An Indenture of Settlement. Well penn'd.
A Condition to save harmless where one Attorns Tenant, with a Covenant to grant a Lease when the premisses are setled in the Obligee.
A Condition to save harmless an Executor, for payment of several Legacies to Orphans, with a Covenant to see the same Legacies disposed to the best advantage for the Legatees.
A Condition to pay the Rent reserved in a Lease, according to the Covenant therein exprest.
A Defeazance on a Recognizance, or Statute-Staple.
A Grant of Lands in Fee, in consideration of money, and in further con∣sideration of exchange of other Lands.
Articles concerning Lands purchased untill the Covenants could be made.
Bonds to perform Covenants.
Articles for Building.
Articles between two Joynt-Purchasers for dividing the Rent, and avoid∣ing Survivorship.
Articles to surrender Copy-hold Lands, till the Surrender can be had.
An Indenture of Covenants to stand seized to uses, in consideration of Marriage, &c.
An Assignment of a Bond by way of a Collateral Security.
A grant of the moiety of an Annuity during life.
Articles of Agreement for the holding Copy-hold Lands from year to year, from the term of, &c. at a certain Rent, &c.
An Obligation and a Condition from a Bayliff and his Sureties, to a High-Sheriff.
A Condition to save harmless for payment of several Legacies.
A Counter Condition to save harmless from a Bond; Well penn'd.
A Letter of Attorney to take possession according to the Contents of a Lease.
A short Lease of a Messuage and Lands to be void, on paying of one shil∣ling, it being the precedent Deed.
An Award made between four Executors.
Another Form of an Award.
A Lease of a Ferry.
A Release of Land in Exchange.
A Bargain and Sale of Lands mortgaged, made from the mortgagee and mortgagor, before the day for redemption, to another.
A Covenant for quiet enjoying, discharged of incumbrances from M. C. as from H. B.
A Bargain and Sale upon Condition made to Feoffees in trust.
An Indenture of Bargain and Sale absolute.
An Indenture of Covenants to the former Indenture: Whereupon a Recovery is passed.
Covenants for surrendring of Copy-hold Lands.
A Bargain and Sale of Swans and Swan-mark.
A Bargain and Sale of under-wood.
A sale of Billets and Wood or Timber.
A Release of a Proviso or Condition for payment of money, reserved upon an Indenture of Bargain and Sale.
A Release, where three have a joynt Estate of inheritance.
A Release of an Assignment made upon Condition.
A Release of a Mannor.
A Release of a Rent reserved in a pair of Articles of agreement.
A Release of a Condition in an Indenture of Bargain and Sale, with the Proviso recited.
A Release of an Annuity.
A Release of the Condition and other Covenants in an Indenture of mort∣gage, with a confirmation from the Mortgager to the Mortgagee.
An Indenture of allotment of several parts of Lands.
An Indenture to avoid the title of Survivorship; where Lands are granted to two by Lease.
An Indenture where two have a joynt Estate upon Covenant, That either of them may have an equal part in the Land or money lent, taking no benefit by Survivorship.
An Indenture of Partition.
An Indenture where three have purchased Land joyntly, that upon sale thereof all summes of money shall be equally divided between them.
An Indenture, where a Lease is granted to three joynt-Leases, that every of them is to pay his part of the Rent, and equal parts in the charges of repairing, and other charges.
The Grant of a Keepership of a Park.
A Deputation of a Bayliff or Receiver.
The grant of a Stewardship, or keeping of Courts.
A Licence for a Buck and Doe, during the life of the Grantee.
A Condition to cure a Disease, or to repay the money.
Not to sell Lands had by Marriage.
To assure a Summe of Money in consideration of a Marriage.
To assure an Estate.
That the Lessee shall not carry away any Wainscot or Windows at the end of his Lease.
The Obligee to pay money for Wares delivered in trust, to another that shall make default of payment.
To deliver Writings to be cancelled at a day certain and place.
To save one harmless for delivery of an Indenture.
A Letter of Atturney irrecoverable to receive a debt on a Bond with Covenant not to release, &c.
A Letter of Atturney from two Executors of a Bond, sued to a Judgement to a Creditor of the Testator.
A Letter of Atturney of a mans estate in general, in consideration of several Debts and Engagements.
A Letter of Atturney of several Sums of money due from one person.
A short Bill of Debt from One to One.
An Assignment of certain Debts, with a Letter of Atturney to receive them.
A Grant of the next Donation of a Benefice.
Of a Fine.
Presidents of Concords; And first of the Praecipe.
Of a Reversion after the death of Tenant for life.
To the Heirs of the Body of the Conusor by J.C. her Husband deceased, the Remainder to the right Heirs of J. C.
A Concord with a Render for life, and after Entail.
An Exemplification of a Fine.
The Foot of a Fine.
Au Indenture to lead the use of a Fine.
Another with grant of an Annuity.
Of a Recovery.
A President for a Lease to make a Tenant to the Praecipe.
A President of a Recovery suffered in the Hustings Court, London, with double Voucher.
An Indenture of Covenant for a Recovery to be suffered.
An Indenture declaring the uses of a Recovery already suffered.
A Proviso for Revocation of uses.
An Indenture to lead the uses of a Fine and Recovery had and suffered.
Revocations of Uses in former Indentures mentioned according to the power thereby given.
A Declaration of Uses upon the Revocation above-written.
Of Bargaine and Sale by Deed.
Presidents of Bargain and Sale.
Of a Judgment, and the Execution thereof.
Of a Statute.
And is after this Form.
Or otherwise thus:
In English thus:
Of a Dephesance.
Of an Audita Querela.
Of Distresses and Replevins.
The Table to the Fourth Part.