Newburgh, New York
Glebe Leases, 1807-1821
Book Two (part 2)

 

No 57

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This Indenture, made this sixteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Jacob Powell & Thomas Powell of the Village of Newburgh in the county of Orange of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Jacob Powell and Thomas Powell at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Jacob Powell and Thomas Powell to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Jacob Powell and Thomas Powell his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Lott number three and number Nine containing One Acre each and is bouned eastwardly on Liberty Street formerly King Street. Southerly by Lot number two and Number eight westerly on first Street and northerly on Nicol Street. Containing together two acres be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Jacob Powell and Thomas Powell their heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two and half cents Per Acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two and half cents Per Acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Jacob Powell & Thomas Powell their administrators or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Jacob Powell and Thomas Powell their heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Thomas & Jacob Powell hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Robert W. Jones
Josiah Dunn

Jacob Powell [seal]

Thomas Powell [seal]

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No 58

63

This Indenture, made this Twenty-Third day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Leonard & Jacob Carpenter, of the Village of New-Burgh, in the County of Orange and state of New York of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of three dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Leonard Carpenter and Jacob Carpenter at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Jacob Carpenter and Leonard Carpenter to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Leonard Carpenter and Jacob Carpenter their heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: on the West, by the Public Highway, leading from the said Village of New-Burgh, norwesterly, to Gidney Town; on the North, by the Southerly part of Lot number twenty nine. on the East by the Easterly part of said Lot number thirty hereby conveyed now owned and occupied by Jacob & Thomas Powell and on the South side by the Northerly part of Lot number Thirty one, also owned & occupied by the said Jacob & Thomas Powell aforesaid, containing, as the fences are now established Three acres & three Quarters of an Acre of Land Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Leonard Carpenter and Jacob Carpenter their heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two & an half Cents per Acre, lawful money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two & an half Cents per Acre, or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Leonard Carpenter & Jacob Carpenter their Heirs or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Leonard Carpenter and Jacob Carpenter his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Leonard & Jacob Carpenter hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H Wiggins

Note the words "hereby conveyed"--
being first interlined

Leonard Carpenter [seal]

Jacob Carpenter [seal]

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Know ye that we Leonard Carpenter and Jacob Carpenter for and in consideration of one Dollar to us in hand paid by Jacob Powell Selah Reeve and John Anderson Jun Trustees of the Glebe Lands and do grant Surrender and yield up to the Said Jacob Selah and John Trustees aforesaid and the Successors and assigns the within mentioned premises and all our right Interest Claim and Estate in the Said lands So hereby Surrendered dated 15th day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and fourteen Witness our hands and Seals

Witness Present

Wm H. Wiggins

Leonard Carpenter [seal]

Jacob Carpenter [seal]

 

No 59

65

This Indenture, made this Fifth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John Johnston, Minister of the Gospel in said Village of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of Two dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John Johnston at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John Johnston to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John Johnston Minister as aforesaid his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: on the west by Lot number Twenty, on the North by Lot Number Four, on the East by part of Lot Number Three, on the south by part of the same lot Number Three. Said Lot, hereby intended to be demised, being the equal one fourth part of said Lot Number Three, on the Norwest corner of said Lot Containing one acre of Land Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John Johnston his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John Johnston his Heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Johnston his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John Johnston hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Jacob Powell
Robt W. Jones

John Johnston [seal]

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Know all men by these presents that I John Johnston claiming the within described premises for and in consid- eration of One Dollar to me in hand paid by Samuel Williams L.P. Dodge & John P. Tarbell trustees of the Glebe Lands of the Village of New Burgh have released and Set over for ever to the Said trustees Samuel Levi & John as aforesaid all my right title Interest claim or demand to the Within Described premises Witness my hand and Seal this [blank] day of November 1831 providing the same be released to James S. Brown

Witness present

 

John P. Tarbell

John Johnston [seal]

 

No 60

67

This Indenture, made this Fifth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Matthias Kimberg of Montgomery township in Orange County and State of New York of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of Two dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Matthias Kimberg at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Matthias Kimberg to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Matthias Kimberg his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: on the North by Lot Number Four, on the East by the Public High-way, formerly known by the name of King Street, but now called Liberty-Street. on the South by the Southern equal half part of Lot number Three, so far as this demised Lot runs. on the West by part of said Lot number Three now owned and occupied by the Rev. John Johnston. Said Lot hereby demised being on the Noreast corner of Said Lot number Three, and contains one acre of Land Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Matthias Kimberg his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Matthias Kimberg his Heirs or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Matthias Kimberg his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Matthias Kimberg hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

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the lease of which this is a Counter is Said to be lost and the Trustees took a Surrender of ye Executors pr Estate of M Kimberg and gave a new Lease according to their wish to Jno McLain which Lease is void if the old one is found  

 

No 61

69

This Indenture, made this Fifth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John Mandaville of the same place of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of two dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John Mandaville at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John Mandaville to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: begining at the South East corner of Albertson Smith's Lot, and runs from thence, North eighty one degrees West, three Chains thence North two and a half degrees East, four Chains, Thence North eighty one Degrees West two Chains and seventy links, thence south, two and a half degrees West, nine Chains and forty Links Thence South, eight one degrees East, five Chains and sixty links to the Public Road formerly Known by the name of King-Street; but now called Liberty street, and thence along the west side of the same North two and a half degrees East, five Chains, and twenty five Links to the place of Begining, containing four Acres of land, be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John Mandaville his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of sixty tow and a half Cents pr acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of sixty tow and a half Cents pr acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John Mandaville his administrators or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding:

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John Mandaville hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

John Mandevill [seal]

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Know ye that I John Mandeville claiming the within described premises for and in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Selah Reeve and John Anderson Junr Trustees of the Glebe Lands, do grant, surrender and yield up to the said Selah and John Trustees as aforesaid, their successors and assigns the following part of the said within described premises Viz, Beginning on the West side of Liberty formerly King street and on the north line of the land of John Mandeville and South line of the lands of Thomas Powell formerly Albertson Smith on said street and from thence running north eighty one degrees West along the said north line of John Mandeville and South line of Said Powell one hundred feet thence South two and a half degrees West being on a line parallel with Liberty Street aforesaid twenty five feet thence south eight one degrees east one hundred feet to Liberty Street aforesaid, thence north two and a half degrees east on the west line of Liberty, Street aforesaid, twenty five feet to the place of beginning making al lot of twenty five feet front and rear, and one hundred feet deep, and all my right interest claim and estate in the land so hereby surrender- ed as witness by hand and seal this fourth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty five Signed & Sealed in presence of

Witness present
George Anderson

John Mandeville [seal]

 

No 62

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This Indenture, made this Fifth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John Mandavill eof the same place of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of Two Dollars dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John Mandaville at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John Mandavill to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, f or the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: (being known and distinguished on said Map by Lots number Four and Twenty-One) said lot number Four, is bounded on the East by the public Road. known on said Map by the name of King-Street; but now called Liberty-Street. on the south by lot number Three. on the West by lot number Twenty-One. and on the North by lot num- -ber Twenty-five. Lot number Twenty-One is bounded on the North by lot number Twenty-two, on the East by said lot Four & part of lot Number Five, on the South by a three cornerd lot number Twenty, & on the West by a Public street or road, two rods wide, said Lots containing Eight Acres and one fifth of an acre of land, more or less. Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John Mandaville his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents per Acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents per Acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John Mandaville his administrators and Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding:

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John Mandaville hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us. John Mandevill [seal]

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This Indenture, made this Fifth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John Mandaville of the same place of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of three dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John Mandaville at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John Mandaville to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Lot number Four on the south by Clinton Street, on the west by Liberty-(formerly called King)-Street, on the North by lot number Five and on the East by lot number Sixteen, containing One acre of land. Also those two lots of land, known and distinguished on a Map or Chart of the said Glebe Lands by Lots number Twenty- -nine and Forty-one, which are bounded as follows, to wit, on the south, by lots Twenty-eight and Forty. On the west by Second street on the North, by lots number Thirty and Forty-two, and on the East by Hasbrouck Street, said two lots, hereby demised, containing two Acres of land, be the same more or less makeing together, Three acres of land in this Demised Lease Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John Mandaville his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Seventy five Cents per acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Seventy five Cents per acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John Mandaville his administrators or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Mandaville his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John Mandaville hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us. John Mandevill [seal]

2 acres leased to Mr. Thayer and the other to John Mandavile

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Know that John Mandaville claiming the within described premises for and in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Samuel Williams John P. Tarbell and L.P Dodge trusties of the Glebe lands do Grant Surrender and yield up to the Said Samuel John and Levi trusties as aforesaid their Successors and assigns the within described premises for their one benefit and use witness my hand and Seal this 29 day of Oct 1829

Witness Present
C A Land

John Mandevill [seal]

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This Indenture, made this Seventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Derick Amerman of the same place of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of Two dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Derick Amer= man at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Derick Amerman to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: (being known and distinguished on a Map of said Glebe) by Lotts Number three, fifteen, Sixteen, twenty seven, twenty eight, thirty nine & forty. Beginning on ye East Side of Liberty Street (formerly called King Street) at a post of a Gate, being ye South West Corner of S Lott, and runs from thence along ye line of John Dodges Lott as the fence now runs South 821/2 degrees East, five Chains and seventy five links, thence South 11/4 degrees west, one Chain and fifty five links, thence South 821/2 degrees East Six Chains and seventy five links, thence North 21/2 degrees East four Chains and eight Six Links, thence North 821/2 degrees west Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Derick Amerman his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar and fifty six cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar and fifty six cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Derick Amerman and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Derick Amerman hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Note: the above is Void in Consequence of a Mistake in describing the Boundaries.

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This Indenture, made this Seventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Derick Amerman of ye said Village of NewBurgh, County of Orange and State aforesaid of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of two dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Derick Amerman at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Derick Amerman to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: (they being known and distinguished on a Map of said Glebe) by Lotts No Three and Fifteen. said Lotts are bounded, on ye West by Liberty Street (formerly King St.) on ye North by Clinton Street, on ye East by Second Street and on ye South by ye South parts of said Lotts No three the fifteen. Containing on acre and one third of an acre of land. Also Lotts No twenty-seven and thirty nine, bounded on ye West by Second street, on ye North by Clinton Street, on ye East by Hasbrouck Street and on ye South by Lotts No twenty Six and thirty eight. Containing one acre each. Also Lott No Sixteen, bounded on ye West by Lott No four, on ye North by Lott No Seventeen, on ye East by Second Street, and on ye South by Clinton Street. Containing one acre. Also Lotts No twenty eight and forty bounded on ye West by Second Street, on ye North by Lotts No twenty nine and forty one on ye East by Hasbrouck Street, and on ye South by Clinton Street. Contg one acre each. making all together Six acres and one third of an acre. Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Derick Amerman his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Seventy five Cents per Acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Seventy five Cents per Acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Derick Amerman, his administrators or Assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Derick Amerman hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Jacob Powell
Robert W. Jones

Derick Amerman [seal]

 

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No sixteen within contained was on the 18th of Sept 1826 sold to John Mandevill by John Colville & Cornelius Colvile who took the title by a mortgage given by Mr. Amerman to [blank] and on the 12th Aug 1836 same lot was surrendered by John Mandeville & leased again leased to Ellison C Scott & John J. Monell

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Know all men by these presents that we John P. Dodge John P. Tarbell and Levi P. Dodge executors to the estate of Levi Dodge deceased claiming the with in described premises, for and in consider ation of the sum of one Dollar to us in hand paid by Samuel Williams and Ward M. Gazlay trusties of the Glebe Lands Do grant surrender and yield up and forever quit claim to the said trusties all our right title and interest whatever to the remaining unsold part of the premises described in the annexed deed As witness our hands and seals this 13th day of April 1829

 

John P. Dodge [seal]
John P. Tarbell [seal]
Levi P Dodge [seal]

 

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This Indenture, made this thirty-first day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Levi Dodge of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one cent dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Levi Dodge at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Levi Dodge to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Levi Dodge his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: on the east by the hudson river, on the south by a lot of land owned by the heirs of John Dewint deceased; near the South east corner of the Glebe lands; on the West by water Street; and on the north by a lot of land owned and occupied by Hugh walsh; which said lot of land, bounded as aforesaid, Contains two and a half acres of land be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Levi Dodge his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar and Eighty seven and a half cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar and Eighty seven and a half cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Levi Dodge his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding:

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Levi Dodge his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Levi Dodge hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Henry Parish

Levi Dodge [seal]

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Know ye that I Levi Dodge Claiming the within described premises for and in considera tion of one Dollar to me in hand paid by John Anderson Jr John Mandevill and James Law Trus= tees of the Glebe do Grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said John, John, and James Trustees as aforesaid their successors and assigns the follow= =ing part of the within described premises bound ed as follows to Wit, Beginning on the east Side of Water Street at a point twenty five feet north= =erly on the Said Street runs along the east side thereof from the north line of Clinton Street, thence running northerly along the east Side of Water Street Street one hundred feet, thence East to high water mark of the hudson river thence Southerly along Said high water mark to the land of Samuel G [Snuden] one hundred feet, Said hundred feet to be measur= =ed on a line paralell with water Street, thence west along Said Snuden's north line to the place of beg= =ginning -- and all my right Intrest Claim and Estate in the Said lands so hereby Surrendered as witness my hand and Seal this 21st Day of July 1825

Witness Present
Comfort Cropsey

Levi Dodge [seal]

Know ye that I Levi Dodge claiming the remainder part of the within described premises, for and in consideration of one Dollar to me in hand paid by John Anderson Jr and John Mandevill Trustees of the Glebe, Do Grant Surrender and yeald up to the Said John & John Trustees aforesaid their Successors and assigns the following part of the within described premises Viz Beginning on the east Side of Water Street and North Side of Clinton Street being the corner of Water & Clinton Streets, from thence running No= =rthwardly along the east line of Water Street twenty five feet to the lands of Zachariah Dubois & John Ledyard, thence running easterly along the South line of Dubois & Ledyard land one hundred and fifty feet to high water mark of the Hudson river, thence Southerly along Said High water mark of the Hudson River about forty five feet to Clinton Street aforesaid, thence Westerly along the North line of Clinton Street to the place of beginning and all my Intrest Claim and estate in the land So hereby Surrendered Dated this 21 Day of April one thousand Eight hundred and twenty Six Witness my hand & seal

Witness Present
William Anderson

Levi Dodge [seal]

 

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This Indenture, made this tenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Elezer Gidney of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Elezer Gidney at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Elezer Gidney to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Elezer Gidney his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the east side of the New Burgh and Sullivan Turnpike Road at the north bounds of certain lands, Belonging to Isaac Belknap Junr on the Said road, from that point Northwardly along the East side of said road, twenty six feet nine inches, thence eastward =ly on a line paralell with Broad Street one Hund= =dred feet from thence Southwardly on a line paralell with the Turnpike aforesaid twenty Six feet Nine Inches, thence westwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street, one hundred feet to the place of beginning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Elezer Gidney his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of One Dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Elezer Gidney his heirs & assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Elezer Gidney his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Elezer Gidney hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Isaac Schultz

Elezer Giny [seal]

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July 21st 1836 Surrendered by James Donnelly surviving executor of Gidney & Leased again to Thomas Little

 

No 67

Should be 11th

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This Indenture, made this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Isaac Belknap Junior of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Isaac Belknap Junior at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Isaac Belknap Junior to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Isaac Belknap Junior his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Begining on Hudsons River at high water mark on the southeast corner of the lands belonging to the heirs of Justin Foote deceased thence running north eighty one degrees west along the south line of said lands to Hasbrouck Street, thence running southwardly on the East line of Hasbrouck Street Eight chains and forty five links to Broad Street thence eastwardly on the north line of Broad Street to the Hudson River thence northwardly along the said river at high water mark to the place of begining comprising Six lotts of Land containing four acres saving and excepting that part of said land which is laid out and converted to the use of a certain Turnpike road called the Newburgh and Sullivan Turnpike, and a certain street called Water Street, according to a Survey made by Robt W. Jones be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Isaac Belknap Junior his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of four dollars and twenty Cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of four dollars and twenty Cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Isaac Belknap Junior his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Isaac Belknap Junior his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Isaac Belknap Junior hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
D. P. Griswold

Isaac Belknap Junr [seal]

The south half of the foregoing premises including what is released on the other side the 16th April 1812 was on the first Oct 1835 surrendered by I Belknap & leased again to Levi Dodge & G. W. Kerr up left margin: It is understood that the remaining part of the land (after the surrender of the 13th Apl and 16th Apl 1812) is to stand at one dollar and Eighty four cents per ann. payable as within mentioned April 1812.

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Know all men by these presents that whereas I Isaac Belknap Junr of the Village of NewBurgh, in the County of Orange and State of New York am possesd of and Interested in certain Lotts pieces or parcels of land Situate in the Village of Newburgh aforesaid being part of land comonly called the glebe land which said[pieces] or parcels of land aforesaid are bounded as follows Viz Beginning on the hudson River at high water mark on the South east corner of the lands Belonging to the heirs of Justin Foote Deceased thence running North Eighty one degrees west along the South line of said lands to Hausbrook street thence running Southwardly on the east line of Hausbrook Street four chains twenty two and a half links to [other] lands belonging to me the said Isaac Belknap Junr thence South eighty one degrees east on a line paralell with broad Street to the hudson River thence northwardly along the said River at high water mark to the place of Beginning comprising three lotts of land containing two acres in the whole saving and excepting that part of said land which is laid out and converted to the use of certain Turnpike Road called the Newburgh and Sullivan Turnpike and a certain Street Called Water Street according to a Survey of the same made by Robert W. Jones be the same more or less -- being the remainder of a certain term of years the reversion where of doth belong to the Trustees of the Glebe lands aforesaid and whereas I the said Isaac am desirous of Transferring and assigning my Wright and intrest aforesaid to John Anderson Junr of the Village aforesaid and whereas for the more affectually Transferring the same to the said John it hath been considered expedient to surrender the same to the said Trustees for the purpose of affecting the said Transfer Therefore these presents witness that I the said Belknap Junr for and in consideration of the Sum of Six hundred & 25 dollars lawfully money of the United States to me in hand paid or secured to be [paid] by the Said John Anderson Junr at or before the Signing and ensealing of these presents the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have granted Surendered and yealded up and do by these presents for the purpose aforesaid grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said Trustees and their Suc =cessors forever the said lotts pieces or parcels of lands with all my Wright title estate and Intrest therein and that neither I the said Isaac Belknap Junr my executors admin =istrators or assigns or any of them shall or may have claim challenge or demand the said lotts pieces or parcels of land or any part thereof or any estate Wright title or Int- =rest of in or to the Same but shall or will at all times herea =fter of and from all Wright title and Intrest of and in the Said premises and every part thereof be Barred and forever excluded by these presents and I the said Isaac for myself my heirs execu- tors and administrators do hereby grant covenant and agree to the with the said Trustees and their successors that they the said Trustees shall and may at al times hereafter pea =ceably and quietly enter into have hold use occupy and enjoy all and singular the said lotts pieces or parcels of land abo =ve specified and every part thereof for the purposes above mentioned and described, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this thirteenth day of Apl in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve

Signed Sealed and delivered in the Presence of us
D. P. Griswold

Isaac Belknap Junr [seal]

Know ye that I Isaac Belknap Junr for and in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Jacob Powell Selah Reeve & John Anderson Junr trustees of the Glebe lands & do grant surrender and yeald up to the said Jacob Selah and John Trustees aforesaid their successors and assigns the following part of the within mentioned premises to wit beginning on the corner of broad Street and on the west side of the Newburgh and Sullivan Turnpike road and from thence running westwardly on the north side of broad Street, one hundred feet thence northwardly on a line paralell with Hausbrook street one hundred feet thence eastwardly on a line paralell with broad street to the Turnpike road aforesaid thence Southeastwardly along the west side of said Turn pike Road to the place of beginning -- and all my Interest claim and estate in the said lott so hereby surrendered dated april the Sixteenth 1812 witness my hand and seal

William P Lott

Isaac Belknap Junr [seal]

written across the above paragraph: 16th April 1812 Leased to James Williams

 

No 68

85

This Indenture, made this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John Anderson Junior of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John Anderson Junior at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John Anderson Junior to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John Anderson Junior his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Begining on the Hudson River at high water mark on the Southeast corner of the lands belonging to the heirs of Justin Foote deceased, thence running north Eighty one degrees west along the south line of said Lands to hasbrouck Street thence running Southwardly on the east line of Hasbrouck street four chains Twenty Two and a half links to the Land of Isaac Belknap Junior thence south eight one degrees east on a line paralell with Broad Street to the Hudson River thence northwardly along the said River at high water mark to the place of begining comprising three Lots of Land containging in the whole two acres saving and excepting that part of said Land which is laid out and converted to the use of a certain Turnpike Road called the Newburgh and Sullivan Turn= =pike and a certain street called water street according to a survey of the sam made by Robert W Jones be the same more or Less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John Anderson Junior his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Two dollars and Ten cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Two dollars and Ten cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John Anderson Junior his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Anderson Junior his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John Anderson Junior hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Jonathan Hedges

John Anderson Junior [seal]

46

Know ye that I John Anderson Junr for and in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Jacob Powell and Selah Reeve Trustees of the Glebe lands & do Surrender grant and yeald up to the said Jacob and Selah Trustees aforesaid their Successors and assigns the following part of the within mentioned premises to wit Beginning on the west Side of the NewBurgh and Sullivan Turn pike road at a point one hundred and seven feet one inch Northward= =ly as the said road runs along the west side thereof from the South bou= nds of My lands on the said road. From that point northwardly along the west Side of Said road twenty Six feet nine inches thence east= =wardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to Hausbrook Street from thence Southwardly on the east Side of Hausbrook Street twenty five feet thence Eastwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to the place of beginning and all my Intrest Claim & Estate in the Said lott so hereby surrendered dated 21 of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve Witness my hand and seal

Signd Seald in Presence of us
Wm L. Smith

John Anderson Junr [seal]

 

No 69

87

This Indenture, made this sixteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and James Williams of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said James Williams at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said James Williams to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said James Williams his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: beginning on the corner of broad Street and on the west side of the Newburgh and Sullivan turnpike Road and from thence running westwardly on the North line of broad Street one hundred feet, thence Northwardly on a line para =lell with hausbrook Street one hundred feet thence Eas =twardly one a line paralel with broad street to the said Turnpike road thence Southeastwardly along the west line of the Turnpike Road afoursaid to the place of beginning be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said James Williams his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Two dollars money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Two dollars or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said James Williams his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said James Williams his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said James Williams hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
S. B. Anderson

James Williams [seal]

Apl 19 1824

now leased to Isaac Belknap at Such a rent as to make his rent altogether amount to what it was before he Sold to James Williams

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Know all men by these presents that I Isaac Bel- knap the owner of the within mentioned & described lot of land & premises by purchase under the within named James Williams in consideration of one dollar to me paid by the Trustees of the Glebe land on the German patent in the Village of Newburgh Do hereby surrender Grant & yield up to the said Trustees & to their successors in office forever all & every part of the within mentioned & described piece of land & the appurtenances and all my interest claim and estate therein & to every part & parcel thereof Witness my hand & Seal this [blank] day of April 1824

Signed & Sealed in Presence of D. W. Bate

Isaac Belknap [seal]

Isaac Belknap derives his title to the within land under said James Williams as follows Viz James Williams mortgage to Isaac Belknap for the same dated April 16 1812 for $400. and is recorded in Orange County records for Mortgages book I pages 606, 607, 608 May 13, 1812. Isaac Belknap sold the same under that mortgage to David W. Bate by deed dated 25th feby 1817 and Recorded in Orange Co Records for deeds book S. pages 404, 405, 406 October 11th 1817. David W. Bate conveyed the land to said Isaac Bel- knap the said lot by Deed dated April 14, 1817 & Recorded in Orange Co. Records for deeds Book S pages 434 & 435 October 11, 1817

The affidavits of Isaac N. Seymour Amzi L. Ball & Ward M. Gazlay [ ]ing the proceedings of sale under the Mortgage are recorded in Orange Co. records for Mortgages book O pages 18, 19, 20 & 21. September 18th 1817. All which papers are left with the Trustees on file April 19 1824.

 

No 70

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This Indenture, made this twenty fourth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Nathaniel Dubois of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Nathaniel Dubois at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Nathaniel Dubois to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Nathaniel Dubois his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the west side of the New Burgh and Sullivan TurnPike road at a point one hund= =dred and Seven feet one inch northwardly as the said road runs along the west side thereof from the south boun= =ds of certain lands Belonging to John Anderson Junr on the said Road, from that point northwardly along the west side of Said Road Twenty Six feet Nine Inches, thence westwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to Haus brook Street from thence southwardly along the east Side of hausbrook Street twenty five feet thence eastwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to the place of beginning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Nathaniel Dubois his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Nathaniel Dubois and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Nathaniel Dubois his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Nathaniel Dubois hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
George Thompson

Nathaniel Dubois [seal]

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June 15th 1841 Surrendered and relet to Peter Walsh

 

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This Indenture, made this Second day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and William Lum and Truman Terril of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said William Lum and Truman Terril at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said William Lum & Truman Terril to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said William Lum &Truman Terril their heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the west side of the Newburgh and Sullivan Turnpike road at a point eighty feet four Inches North wardly as the said road runs along the west side thereof from the South bounds of certain lands belonging to John Anderson Jur on the said road from that point northwardly along the west side of Said road twenty Six feet nine Inches thence westwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to Hausbrook Street, from thence Southwardly along the east side of Hausbrook Street twenty five feet thence Eastwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street to the place of Beginning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said William Lum & Truman Terril their heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said William Lum & Truman Terril and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said William Lum & Truman Terril their heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said William Lum & Truman Terril hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm L. Smith

William Lum [seal]

Truman Terrill [seal]

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This Indenture, made this Fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and George Thompson of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said George Thompson at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said George Thompson to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said George Thompson his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the west side of the Newburgh and Sullivan Turnpike Road at a point One Hundred and thirty three feet ten Inches Northwardly as the said road runs along the west side thereof from the south bounds of certain lands belonging to John Anderson Jur on the said road from that point northwardly along the west side of said road twenty Six feet Nine Inches, thence westwardly on a line paralell with broad street to Hausbrook Street, from thence southwardly along the East side of Hausbrook Street Twenty five feet thence Eastwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street aforesaid to the place of beg inning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said George Thompson his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said George Thompson and his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said George Thompson his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said George Thompson hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Isaac Schultz

George Thompson [seal]

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Note the lease of which this is a coppy has been assigned by the within named George Thom =pson to George Abramse and handed by the said George Abramse to the Trustees of the Glebe with his Surrender to them of the Land described there in on the back of the Said lease Know all men by these presents that I George Abramse claiming the with described premises for and in considera= =tion of the Sum of one dollar to me in hand paid by Jacob Powell Selah Reeve and John Anderson Junr Trustees of the Glebe do grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said Jacob Selah and John Trustees aforesaid their Successors and Assigns the within described premises and all my Intrest claim and estate in the Same as Witness my hand and Seal this Nineth day of May in the Year one thousand eight hundred and Seventeen

Witness present
Samuel Abrams

George Abrams

this is now Leasd to John Abrams.

 

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This Indenture, made this Fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and George Thompson of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said George Thompson at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said George Thompson to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said George Thompson his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the west side of the NewBurgh and Sullivan Turnpike Road at a point one Hundred and Sixty feet Seven Inches Northwardly as the said road runs along the west Side thereof from the south bounds of certain land belong- =ing to John Anderson Junr on the said road from that point Northwardly along the west side of Said road Twenty Six feet Nine Inches thence westwardly on a line paralell with broad Street to Hausbrooke Street from thence southwardly along the East Side of Hausbrook street Twenty five feet thence Eastwardly on a line paralell with Broad Street aforesaid to the place of Begin ning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said George Thompson his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said George Thompson his heirs assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said George Thompson his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said George Thompson hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Isaac Schultz

George Thompson [seal]

96

The lease of which this within is a counter lease is Said to be lost or mislaid and cannot be found and George Thompson has Surrendered the land up to the Trustees of the Glebe on a Seper ate piece of paper, which is now attached to this counter lease for the purpose of enabling the Trustees of the Glebe to give a New lease to the President Directors and Company of the Bank of Newburgh. Said Surrender is dated the 13th day of September 1825. Reference to Said Surrender will make it more fully appear Newburgh 10th June 1826

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Know all Men by these Presents that I George Thompson claiming the within described lot of Glebe Land Situate in the Village of Newburgh, Bounded as follows to Wit Beginning on the West side of the Newburgh & Sullivan Turnpike road, at a point one hundred and Sixty feet Seven inches northerly as the said road runs along the west side thereof from the south bounds of certain Lands belonging to John Anderson Junr on said road; from that point North- erly along the west side of said road, Twenty Six feet Nine Inches; thence westerly on a line parrallel with broad Street to Hasbrouck Street, thence southerly along the East line of Hasbrouck Street, twenty five feet, thence eastward ly on a line parrallel with broad street aforsaid to the place of beginning; for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to me in hand paid by John Anderson Junior Selah Reeve and John Mandeville Trustees of the Glebe lands, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, Do Grant, assign, transfer set over, and surrender unto them the said John Anderson Jr Selah Reeve and John Mandeville Trustees as aforesaid and to their successors and assigns, the said within described premises & every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances. And also all my right title & Estate in the same, for the special purpose of conveying the same to the President, Directors and Company of the Bank of Newburgh. Witness my hand and seal this Thirteenth day of Septr 1825

Sealed and delivered in presence of Abel Corwin

George Thompson [seal]

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This Indenture, made this fourth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Penelope Wing administratrix to Lewis Wing deceased of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Penelope Wing administratrix at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Penelope Wing administratrix to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Penelope Wing her heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the West side of the New Burgh and Sullivan Turnpike road at a point fifty three feet Seven inches Northwardly as the said road runs along the west Side therof from the South bounds of certain lands belonging to John Anderson Jur on Said road, from that point Northwardly along the west side of said road Twenty Six feet, nine Inches thence westwardly n a line paralell with broad Street to Hausbrook Street, thence Southwardly along the east Side of Hausbrook Street twenty five feet, thence Eastwardly on a line paralell with broad Street aforesaid to the place of beginning Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Penelope wing her heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of One dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of One dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Penelope Wing her heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Penelope Wing her heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his her part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Penelope Wing hath hereunto set her hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Penelope Wing [seal]

98

Know all men by these presents that I Penelope Wing administratrix to the Estate of Lewis Wing deceased claiming the within described premises for and in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Jacob Powell Selah Reeve and John Anderson Junr Trustees of the Glebe lands do Grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said Jacob, Selah, and John Trustees as aforesaid their Successors and assigns, the within described premises and all my right Intrest claim and estate in the same Witness my hand and Seal this twenty ninth day of December in th Year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and four= =teen

Witness Present George Hinds

Penelope Wing [seal]

Leased to Gilbert Holmes.

 

No 75

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This Indenture, made this Eleventh day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twelve BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Jacob Carpenter of the same place of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Jacob Carpenter at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Jacob Carpenter to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: being a moiety of lot number Seven beginning at the North east corner of Said lott thence South three degrees thirty minutes west five chains and fifty links to the Glebe line thence north eighty one degrees west three Chains to a Small Bush thence north three degrees thirty minutes east Seven Chains and fifty links to the road and then along the same South forty seven degrees twenty minutes east to the place of beginning containing two acres of land Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Ten Shillings money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Ten Shillings or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Jacob Carpenter hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Wm H. Wiggins

Jacob Carpenter [seal]

100

Know all men by these presents that we James Hamilton and Henry B Carpenter, Executors of the Estate of Jacob Carpenter deceased, claiming the within described premises as Executors aforesaid, for and in consideration of one Dollar, to us in hand paid by John Anderson Jr Selah Reeve and John Mandavill, Trustees of the Glebe lands, Do Grant Surrender and yeald up to the Said John, Selah, and John Trustees as aforesaid, their Successors and assigns, the Said within described premises and all our right Intrest claim and estate in the Same, Witness our hands and Seals this twenty third day of October in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty three

Witness present
Wm Anderson

Jas Hamilton [seal]

Henry B. Carpenter [seal]

 

Same day leased by Abra-
-ham Marsh

 

No 76

101

This Indenture, made this twenty first day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Thirteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Leonard Carpenter of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Leonard Carpenter at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Leonard Carpenter to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Leonard Carpenter his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner of a lott of land now in possession of Elnathan Foster Being also the southwest corner of this lott and runs from thence north eleven chains and forty four links, thence North eight nine east seven Chains and ten links, thence South Nine west twelve Chains and Sixty links, thence North eighty one west five Chains and Seventy links to the place of beginning containing Seven and a half acres of Land be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Leonard Carpenter his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two & a half center pr Acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two & a half center pr Acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Leonard Carpenter and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Leonard Carpenter his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Leonard Carpenter hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

Wm H. Wiggins

Leonard Carpenter [seal]

102

Know all men by these present that We Bridget Carpenter and Benjamin Carpenter adminis- -trators of the estate of Leonard Carpenter deceased Claiming the within described premises for and in consideration of one dollar to us in hand paid by Jacob Powell Selah Reeve and John Anderson Junr Trustees of the Glebe lands do Grant Surrender and yeald up to Said Jacob Selah and John Trustees as afor- -said their Successors and assigns the within mentioned premises and all our right Interest Claim and estate in the Same as administrato- rs aforesaid Witness our hand and seals this fifteen day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Seventeen

Witness Present
Geo. R. Hind

Benjm Carpenter Administrator
and
Bridget Carpenter Administratrix

103

This Indenture, made this twenty first day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Derick Amerman of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Derick Amerman at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Derick Amerman to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit:   be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said [blank] his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of [blank] money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of[blank] or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Derick Amerman and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Derick Amerman his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said [blank] hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.

104

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No 77

105

This Indenture, made this twenty first day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and John McLain of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said John McLain at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said John McLain to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said John McLain his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the East side of Liberty Street at the North west corner of John Carscaddins lot Number Eleven and runs thence North five degrees west Seven chains to the corner of North Street thence South Eighty one degrees East nineteen chains to the River thence Southerly along said River at High water mark to the North East corner of George H. Hults land thence North Eighty one degrees West nineteen Chains along the line of lands now in possession of and belonging to Said Hults & John Carscaddin to the place of beginning containing Twelve Acres and nine tenths of an acre of Land be the Same more or Less. Excepting and reserving out of the above described premises said parts of Streets as are comprehended therein Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said John McLain his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Six Shillings per Acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Six Shillings per Acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said John McLain his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John McLean his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said John McLain hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Jn MLean [seal]

Leasd to Ann McLean

106

Know all men by these presents that We William Ross and Ann McLain, administrators of John McLain deceased Claiming the with described premises as administrators aforesaid, for and in Consideration of one dollar to us in hand paid by John Anderson Jr Selah Reeve, and John Mandavill, Trustees of the Glebe Lands Do Grant, Surrender and Yeald up to the Said John Selah and John Trustees aforesaid their Successors and assigns, the within described premises, and all our right intrest Claim and estate in the Same . Witness our hands and seals this ninth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty three

Witness present
Alex McLean

W. Ross [seal]

Ann M Lean [seal]

 

Leasd to Ann McLean Leasd to Ann McLean

 

No 78

107

This Indenture, made this Twenty Ninth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Jacob Carpenter of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Jacob Carpenter at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Jacob Carpenter to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the North Corner of King Street and a public highway running westwardly (it being opposite the Methodist meeting House) and running from thence Northwardly on the west line of King Street -- aforesaid fifty feet thence westwardly on a Line parallel with the Said public highway one Hundred feet thence Southwardly on a Line parallel with King Street fifty feet thence Eastwardly on the North Line of the Said public Highway one Hundred feet to the place of beginning making a lott of fifty feet by one hundred Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of one Dollar money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of one Dollar or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Jacob Carpenter and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Jacob Carpenter his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Jacob Carpenter hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Jacob Carpenter [seal]

108

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No 79

109

This Indenture, made this Fourteenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Fourteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Elnathan Foster of the town of Newburgh in the County of Orange of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Elnathan Foster at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Elnathan Foster to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Elnathan Foster his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the north of a certain Spring on the lands now in possesion of Leonard Carpenter and running thence South twenty degrees west thirteen links -- thence South eighty one degrees west twenty links -- thence South two degrees west three chains and thirty links to the north bounds of lott number thirty thence South eighty one Degrees forty five minutes east thirty Seven links to the corner of a Stone fence thence north two degrees and thirty minutes east three chains and thirty Eight links -- thence north eight one degrees west twenty links to close at the Spring Containing one Eighth of an Acre of Land Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Elnathan Foster his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of twenty five cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of twenty five cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Elnathan Foster his heirs & assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Elnathan Foster his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Elnathan Foster hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Elnathan Foster [seal]

110

The within Lease has been Surrendered to the Trustees and released again to John W. Brown which may be Seen by Seeing Lease Book No. 3 page 9th of 10

John P. Tarbell

No 80

111

This Indenture, made this Fifteenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Fourteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Elnathan Foster of the town of Newburgh in the County of Orange of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Elnathan Foster at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Elnathan Foster to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Elnathan Foster his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: On the west by the public Highway leading from the Said Village of Newburgh Northwestwardly to Gidney Town on the north by the Southerly part of lott number twenty nine on the East by lands now in possession of Jacob and Thomas Powell and on the South by the notherly part of lott number thirty one now or formerly in possession of Jacob and Thomas Powell containing as the fences are now established three acres and three quarters of an acre of Land be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Elnathan Foster his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Sixty two and a half cents per acre money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Sixty two and a half cents per acre or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Elnathan Foster his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Elnathan Foster his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Elnathan Foster hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Elnathan Foster [seal]

now L.P.Dodge

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This Indenture, made this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Fourteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Joseph Reeve of the town of Newburgh in the County of Orange of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Joseph Reeve at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Joseph Reeve to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Joseph Reeve his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the Hudson river at high water's mark and on the north line of lands belonging to John Anderson Junr and running from thence westwardly on the north line of Said lands of Sd Anderson and Hugh Walsh and Samuel Downing to Liberty Street formerly Kings Street thence nothwardly along the east line of Liberty Street Eighty three Feet eight inches thence eastwardly on a line parallel with Nichol Street to the Hudson river at high water's mark thence southwardly along Sd river at high water's mark to the place of beginning (excepting and reserving out of the above - described premises such parts of Streets on Roads as are comprehended therein being the one equal third part of lands formerly belonging to the heirs of Justin Foote deceased known and distinguished by parts of lotts No 81, 69, 57, 45, 33, 32, and 9 containing two acres and one tenth of an acre of land be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Joseph Reeve his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Two Dollars and Nine Cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Two Dollars and Nine Cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Joseph Reeve his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Joseph Reeve his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Joseph Reeve hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Wm H. Wiggins

Joseph Reeve [seal]

formerly Justin Foote

now leasd to W Davis

 

Know all men by these presents that I Joseph Reeve Claiming the within described premises for and in Consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by Jacob Powell John Anderson Jr and Selah Reeve Trustees of the Glebe lands, do Grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said Jacob, John and Selah Trustees as aforesaid their successors and assigns the within mentioned premises, and all my right Intrest Claim and Estate in the Same Witness my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of July 1820 one thousand eight hundred and twenty

Witness Present
Aaron Belknap

Joseph Reeve [seal]

Leasd to Wm Davis

Now Leased to Wm Davis of Dutches County

No 82

This Indenture, made this Twelvth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Fourteen BETWEEN the Trustees of the Glebe Land, on the German Patent, in the village of Newburgh and State of New-York, of the one part, and Nathaniel B. Boyd of the town of Newburgh in the County of Orange of the other part: WITNESSETH, that the said Trustees for and in consideration of the sum of one dollars, money of the United States, to them in hand paid by the said Nathaniel B. Boyd at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreement hereinafter mentioned and re- served on the part of the said Nathaniel B. Boyd to be paid, done and performed, HAVE demised, granted and to farm let unto the said Nathaniel B. Boyd his heirs and assigns, ALL that certain lot of land hereinafter mentioned and described, situate, lying, and being in Newburgh aforesaid, be- ing part of a certain tract of five hundred acres of land, commonly called the Glebe Land, by Letters Patent, under the great seal of the late colony, now state of New-York, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two; grant- ed to Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, trustees of the parish of Newburgh, and to their successors forever, for the benefit and behoof of a minister of the church of England, as by law established to have the care of souls of the inhabitants of a certain tract of two thousand one hundred and ninety acres of land, situate in Newburgh, aforesaid, and in the said Letters patent described, and of a School-Master to instruct the children of the said inhabitants of the said tract of land : And whereas the Legislature of this state, at the petition of Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge, successors to the said Alexander Colden and Richard Albertson, together with the in- habitants of the said Patent, Did on the sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three, anact, that three persons, inhabitants of the said patent, should ever thereafter, on he second Tuesday in May, in each year, be chosen to officiate as trustees of the said Glebe, and that the monies arising from the annual income of the said Glebe, should forever thereafter be appropriated by the said trus- tees, solely to the support schools on the said Glebe, and whereas it was provided in the said act, that if, at any time thereafter a minister of the episcopal church should be inducted on said patent, as nearly in conformity to the said charter as might be, that then it should be lawful for the said trustees of the Glebe to pay annually for the support of said minister such proportion of the monies aforesaid, as should be reasonable, according to the true intent and meaning of the said charter: Which said lot of land hereby intended to be demised, is bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the Hudson river at high water's mark on the north line of lands belonging to Joseph Reeve and runing from thence westwardly on the North line of the Said lands of Sd Reeve being on a line parallel with Nichol Street to liberty Street formerly Kings Street from thence Nothwardly along the east line of Liberty Street 83 feet 8 inches thence Eastwardly on a line parallel with Nichol Street to the Hudson river at high waters mark thence along Said river at the high waters mark to the place of beginning (excepting and reserving out of the above described premises Such parts of Streets or roads as are comprehended therein being the one equal third part of lands formerly belonging to the heirs of Justin Foote deceased known and distinguished by parts of lotts No 81, 69, 57, 45, 33, 21, and Nine containing two acres and one tenth of an acre of land be the same more or less Together with the houses, edifices, buildings, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said lot of land belonging or in any wise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, the said lot of land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Nathaniel B. Boyd his heirs, and assigns from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and until the full end and term of nine hundred years, from hence next ensuing and fully to be complete and ended :

Yielding and paying therefore, yearly and every year during the said term, unto the said trustees and their successors the yearly rent of Two Dollars and Nine cents money of the United States, on the first day of May in each year, the first payment to be made on the first day of May next: PROVIDED always and it is the true intent and meaning of the par- ties hereunto, that if the said yearly rent of Two Dollars and Nine cents or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty days, next after the same shall become due as aforesaid, that then and in such case, it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees and their successors, into and upon the said hereby demised premises to enter and from thence utterly expel, remove and put out the said Nathaniel B. Boyd his heirs or assigns and the same premises to have again, retain, repossess and enjoy as in the first and former estate, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding :

And it is hereby agreed by and between the said parties, that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Nathaniel B. Boyd his heirs and assigns, paying the yearly rent herein reserved in form aforesaid and performing the covenants herein contained on his part to be performed, from time to time and at all times, during the said term, peaceably and quietly to have, hold, possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances, without any lawful let, suit, trouble, eviction, molestation, or interruption of the said Trustees or their successors, sudject nevertheless to the provisions and con- ditions herein before contained and except always as is above particularly excepted and reserved. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Nathaniel B. Boyd hath hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Christr Reeve

Nathl B Boyd [seal]

formerly Justin Foote

Leasd to Wm Davis

Know all men by these presents that I Nathaniel B Boyd Claiming the within Described premises for and in Consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid, by John Anderson Jr Jacob Powell and Selah Reeve, Trustees of the Glebe lands, do Grant Surrender and Yeald up to the Said John Jacob and Selah Trustees as aforesaid their Successors and assigns the Within described premises and all my right Intrest Claim and Estate in the same Witness my hand & Seal this 9th day of July 1821

Witness Present
William Anderson

Nath B Boyd [seal]  

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