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Be it enacted by the people of the state of New York, presented in Senate and Assembly, That it shall and ay be lawful for the said Archibald M‘Intyre and harles R. Webster, the said executors of the said eorge Klinck, deceased, or the survivor of them, with e consent and under the direction of the chancellor of is state, to sell and dispose of the whole or such part
parts of the real estate whereof the said George linck died seized, as the chancellor may at any time
times authorize or direct, and that the monies arisg from the sales thereof be placed out at interest or vested in public stocks, or otherwise secured, under e direction of the court of chancery, and the interest id income thereof, with so much and such parts of e principal as may be necessary for the purpose, shall id may be, from time to time, applied in and about e maintenance and support of the widow and chilen of the said George Klinck until a division or disibution of the said trust premises shall be made and ke place according to the said trust: Provided, That
order to bar the dower of the widow of him the said eorge Klinck, deceased, in the real estate so to be Id and disposed of, her consent in writing thereto all be first obtained: And provided further, That the id Archibald M'Intyre and Charles R. Webster, bere they make any such sale, shall execute to and e with the register of the said court of chancery, a ond, with such surety and in such penalty as the iancellor may direct, with conditions thereunder ritten for the faithful performar.ce of their duties uner this act.
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Passed April 13, 1813.
to be grant ffice, and they are hereby required to grant letters ed to atent to James Bradley, late a soldier in the line of Bradley. lis state, in the army of the United States, in the same
manner as has been granted to soldiers sering in the line of this state, for two hundred acres of bed in the tract set apart for the use of the line of this că, to have and to hold the same to the said James Brdy,
his heirs and assigns forever. 200 acres II. And be it further enacted, That it shall be dr. to thebears ful for, and the commissioners aforesaid are required to of R. Wad.
grant letters patent to William Waddle, Mary Hille. guest, Margaret Boss, Isaac Waddle, Jane Kidney and Elsie Landers, children and heirs at law of Robert Traddle, deceased, late a soldier in the army of the United State, in the line of this state, for two hundred acres of land in the tract set apart for the use of the line of this state, as a compensation for the services of the sud Robert Waddle during the revolutionary war, to hold the same as tenants in common to them and their hers and assigns forever.
III. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawto 1.Crafts ful for, and the commissioners aforesaid are required
to grant letters patent to Jacob Crafts, late a soldier in the army of the United States, in the line of this state, for two hundred acres of land in the tract set apart for the use of the line of this state, to have and to hold the same to the said Jacob Crafts, his heirs and assigas in
IV. And be it further enacted, That the commission200 acres to the heirs ers aforesaid be, and they are hereby required to grant of J. letters patent to the heirs and legal representatives of Downs.
James Downs, late a soldier in the line of this state, in the army of the United States, two hundred acres of land, in fee simple, in the tract set apart for the use of the line of this state, in full for the services of said James Downs.
V. And be it further enacted, That the commission750 acres to theheirs ers aforesaid be, and they are hereby required to grant. of I. Wool. by letters patent, to the heirs and legal representative
of Isaiah Wool, deceased, late a captain in color Lamb's regiment in the line of this state, in the art of the United States, seven hundred and fifty acriol land, in fee simple, in the tract set apart for the use o the line of this state, in full compensation for the ser vices of said Isaiah Wool.
VI. And be it further enacted, That it shall be law. 300 acres
to theheirs ul for, and the commissioners aforesaid are hereby re- of Daniel juired to grant letters patent to James Thorne, Stephen Thorne. Chorne, Polly Tyson, Eliza Bradley, Sally Thorne and ohn Thorne, children and heirs of Daniel Thorne, deeased, who was a soldier during the late war in Colonel
amb's regiment of artillery, for three hundred acres of ind in the tract set apart for the use of the line of this tate, in the army of the United States, in full compenation for the services of said Daniel Thorne, to have nd to hold the same in fee simple, as tenants in com2on. : VII. And be it further enacted, That the commission- 200 acres rs aforesaid may, and they are hereby required to grant to Henry »y letters patent to Henry Impson, late a soldier in the impson ine of this state, in the army of the United States, two undred acres of land in fee, in the tract set apart for he use of the line of this state, in full compensation for he services of the said Henry Impson. : VIII. And be it further enacted, That the commis- ' 200 acres ioners aforesaid shall, and they are hereby directed to of
to theheirs rant in fee, by letters patent, to Magdelane Rynnis and Springohn Springsteen, children and heirs of Hermanus steen. Springsteen, deceased, late a soldier in Colonel Dubois' ind Colonel VanCortlandt's regiments, in the line of this itate, two hundred acres of land in the tract set apart or bounties to the officers and soldiers in the line of his state, serving in the army of the United States..
IX. And be it further enacted, That the commission- 200 acres rs aforesaid grant letters patent to Daniel Reid, two to D.Reid. Tundred acres of land in fee simple, in the tract set apart or the use of the line of this state, in the army of the U. iited States, in full compensation for his services as a sollier in said line during the late war with Great Britain.
X. And be it further enacted, That the commissionrs aforesaid be authorized, and they are hereby required 200 acres
to thebeirs o grant by letters patent, to the heirs and legal representa- of J.Weed ives of Jonathan Weed, deceased, late a soldier in Colonel Marinus Willett's regiment during the revolutiontry war, two hundred acres of land, in the tract set apart or the use of the line of this state, to have and to hold he same in fee, as tenants in common.
paringsteen, decen, children to Magdeia by directe
tion, and in his country before in e of Great Brite
Whereas Robert Simons, a native of Great Britain emigrated to this country before the American revolu tion, and in an early part of the war joined Col. Lamb's regiment, in the line of this state, and served therein until he was discharged at the close of the war, and has never gained any legal settlement in any part of this state or of the United States, and is now upwards of eighty years of age, and has a wife nearly seventy years of age, both of whom are unable to maintain them selves, and have no property or relatives who are bound by law to maintain them: And whereas the overseers of the poor of the town of Harpersfield have been at much expence in the maintenance of the said Robert Simons and his wife: Therefore,
XI. Be it further enacted, That the treasurer pay, on Treasurer the warrant of the comptroller, to the overseers of the to pay Sisotothe poor of the town of Harpersfield, the sum of one hunoverseers dred and eighty dollars, being the amount paid br of the poor
of them to the overseers of the poor of the town of Aupersfield. relius, pursuant to an order of the court of general
sessions of the peace of the county of Delaware, on an appeal from an order of removal of the said Robert Simons and his wife from the said town of Hapers field to the said town of Aurelius, in the year one thou sand eight hundred and eleven.
Passed April 13, 1913.
D represented in Senate and Assembly, That the twelfth and sixteenth sections of the act entitled “ An act concerning the commissioners of the land-office, and the settlement of lands," passed the twenty-fourth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and one, and the fourth section of the act entitled “ An actre lative to certain quit rents and for other purpose passed the seventh day of April one thousand et hundred and six, and all acts and parts of acts hereto fore passed by the legislature of this state which con within the purview or operation of any of the acts pas
during the present session of the legislature, comnly called the revised acts, shall be and the same ► hereby repealed from and after the first day of cember next: Provided however, That such repeal ll not affect any act done, right accrued or estabaed, proceedings had, suit or prosecution commenl, or penalty, forfeiture, offence or crime incurred committed previous to the said first day of Decem: next, but every such act, proceeding and right shall nain as valid, and every such suit or prosecution y lawfully proceed, and every such penalty, offence crime be demanded, prosecuted, recovered or puned, as the case may be, as if all the acts and parts acts hereby intended to be repealed had remained full force : Provided, That nothing in the said reed acts contained shall be so construed as to require ; appointment of any officer in pursuance of the d acts, unless the office shall become vacant: And ovided also, That all acts and parts of acts which re repealed by any act hereby intended to be realed, and which have not been re-enacted during the esent session, shall continue to be so repealed: And ovided further, That the said acts passed during the esent session of the legislature, commonly called the vised acts, shall not take effect, or be in force until e said first day of December next, any thing in the id acts contained to the contrary notwithstanding : nd provided further, That the act concerning the mmissioners of the land-office, and the sale of the jappropriated lands,” the act to facilitate the discovy and sale of the estates of attainted persons, the act incerning deeds, the act concerning the school fund, e act concerning the fees of the several officers and inisters of justice within this state, the act concerng the courts of common pleas and general sessions f the peace in the several counties of this state, “ An it for the partition of lands,” “ An act to provide gainst infectious and pestilential diseases,” “An act
reduce several laws relating particularly to the city f New-York into one act,” “ An act for the assesslent and collection of taxes," “ An act for the sup