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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 357   View pdf image (33K)
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Acts. 357


heires title to the other Lands not Sold to the said John Hyde
are defective & not aiding by the Late Act of Assembly made
for the releife of Ann Arundell County upon burning the said
Court house the said Lands being not within the said County
of Ann Arundell. Wherefore they humbly prayd that his Ex-
cellency the Governour Councill & Assembly of this province
would give directions for a bill to be brought in for their
Reliefe in the premisses
Vpon full Consideration whereof & due proofe of the allega-
tions in the said Petition Contained made it is Thought Just
and Reasonable that the prayers of the said petitioners be
Granted and the Lands in the said petition Specified Viz. the
said Tract of Land Called Readbourne be Confirmed to the
said John Hyde & his heires & all other the Lands & Tene-
ments in this province to which the said George Read in the
petition mentioned at the time of his Death had a just right &
title & not otherwise any way alienated or Sold by his heir at
Law or others haveing Right after his decease be Confirmed
to the heire at Law of the said John Gandy and his heires.
Be it therefore Enacted by the Queens most Excellent
Majesty by and with the advice & Consent of her Majtys Gov-
ernour Councill & Assembly of this province and the authority
of the same that the said Tract of Land Called Readbourne
lying in Chester River aforesaid according to the orriginall
bounds thereof be & stand hereby Confirmed unto him the
said John Hyde his heires & assignes forever in as full large
ample and beneficiall manner as if the said Deeds from the
heire at Law of the said George Read to the said John Gandy
and the acknowledgments thereof & the probates of the same
as also the probates of the said heire his being the true and
Rightfull heire of the said George Read and the said John
Gandys Deeds to the said John Hyde and a due acknowledg-
ment thereof had been Actually Recorded before the said fire
whereby the said Court house was burnt did happen & in as
full and ample manner as if such Record were still Extent.

Lib. L. L.
No. 64.

p. 360

And be it hereby further Enacted by & with the advice and
Consent aforesaid that all other the Lands and Tenements
within this province whereunto the said George Read at the
Time of his death had a just Right and title and which were
not at any Time afterwards aliened by his heir at Law or any
other person right haveing so to do before the said John
Gandys purchase of the same be and stand hereby Confirmed
unto the said John Gandys heire at Law & his heires for Ever
the Destruction of the said Deeds & Probates thereof so as
aforesaid by fire or any other Defect of Acknowledgment or
Recording the same in any wise notwithstanding.

p. 361



 
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