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become incapable to act in the trusts and powers thereinbefore expressed, declared and contained, before the same trusts should have been fully performed, exercised, or satisfied, then and so often as the same should happen, it should and might be lawful for the said[ ] during their joint lives, and after the decease of either of them, to and for the survivor of them during his or her life, and after the decease of such survivor, then to and for the surviving or continuing or other trustee or trustees of the premises, the trustee or trustees of which should so die, desire to be discharged, or refuse or become incapable to act as aforesaid, by any deed or writing under their, his, or her hands and seals, or hand and seal, to nominate, substitute and appoint any other person or persons to be a trustee or trustees in the place and stead of such trustee trustees or trustee so dying, desirous to be discharged, or refusing or becoming incapable to act as aforesaid, and that when and so often as any such new trustees or trustee should be nominated and appointed as therein aforesaid, all the said trust estate and premises, the trustee or trustees whereof should so die, desire to be discharged, or refuse and become incapable to act as therein aforesaid, and which should be of a freehold nature, should be by virtue of such appointment immediately vested in such newly appointed trustee or trustees joinly, with

such of the former trustees as should be willing and capable to act, or in case there should be no continuing former trustee, then in such newly appointed trustee or trustees only; to, for, and upon the uses, trusts, intents and purposes therein before limited, expressed, declared and contained of and concerning the same, or for so many and such part or parts thereof as should be then subsisting, or capable of taking effect, and that such part or parts of the said premises or trust estates as should be of any other nature than freehold, should be thereupon, with all convenient speed, conveyed, transferred, assigned, and assured respectively (according to the nature thereof,) in such sort and manner, and so that the same should and might be legally and effectually vested in the newly appointed trustee or trustees, jointly with such of the former trustees as should be willing and capable to act; or in case there should be no continuing former trustee, then in such newly appointed trustee or trustees only: to, for, and upon the trusts, uses, intents, and purposes thereinbefore limited, expressed, declared and contained of and concerning the same, or for so many and such part or parts thereof as should be then subsisting or capable of taking effect; and that the new trustee or trustees who should be appointed in the room and stead of such deceased or discontinuing trustee or trustees and their heirs,

should and might exercise all or any of the powers or authorities therein before given to such deceased or discontinuing trustee or trustees and their heirs as therein aforesaid, as fully and effectually as if he or they had been originally named and appointed a trustee or trustees in and by those presents.

Usual indemnity to trustees.

EXECUTED by all parties, and attested by two witnesses (as the case may be.)

Nov. 8th, 1808.

BY A DEED POLL under the hand and

seal of the said [

], indorsed upon

the hereinbefore abstracted indenture of release of the 6th May 1804, AFTER STATING that the said marriage between the said [ ] was duly solemnized shortly after the execution of the within written and last befere abstracted indenture of release;

AND stating that there was issue of the said marriage, one son and one daughter; [ ]

AND stating that the said [

said marriage becare [

] by her ], had de

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parted this life, leaving the said [
her husband her surviving;

AND stating that the said [

this life, leaving the said [
viving ;

AND stating that the said [
desirous of appointing [

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trustee under the said within written and

before abstracted indenture of release, in the

place of the said [

conjunction with the said [

], deceased, and in

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IT IS DECLARED, that for the purpose of carrying the said recited intention into effect, he, the said ], in pursuance and performance, and in exercise and execution of the power and authority to him for that purpose given by the said within written and herein before abstracted indenture,

DID by that writing, under his hand and
seal, nominate, substitute, and appoint the
said [
to be a trustee in the place

and stead of the said [ ] deceased. TO THE INTENT that all and singular the hereditaments comprised in the same indenture of release might be legally and effectually vested in the said [ ] and his heirs, jointly with the said [ ] and his heirs, to, for, and upon, the uses, trusts, intents and purposes, in the within

written and hereinbefore abstracted indenture of release, limited, expressed, declared and contained of and concerning the same, or for so many and such part or parts thereof, as should be then subsisting or capable of taking effect.

July 1st, 1828.

BY AN INDENTURE of this date made

between the said [

part, the said [

part, and [

[

] of the first

] of the second

1, therein described as of the ], jeweller, of the third part.

AFTER RECITING the above abstracted indentures of lease and release of the 5th and 6th of May, 1864;

AFTER reciting the before abstracted indentures of appointment indorsed upon the thereinbefore recited and hereinbefore abstracted indenture of release of the 6th May, 1864;

AND stating that the said [

], at the request and by the direction of the said [

[

] had contracted and agreed with the said ] for the absolute sale and disposal to him of the freehold and inheritance in fee simple in possession of and in the said

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