A Journey to the Land of Eden, Anno 1773 [I.E. 1733]

A Journey to the Land of Eden, Anno 1773 [I.E. 1733]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...8: all the Islands within " the Banks of these Rivers 8: all the Woods 8: " And far Covenants upon application to be made to enlarge and confirm these Letters Parents by granting New Ones with such Concessi sions and Grants as may supply any Defects herein contained The 3d was made in the 43h year of King James the Second to the Lord Culpepper who had become sole proprietor of the said Tract of Land (by a purchase made thereof) which it describes thus " All that entire Tract Territory or Parcell of Land " Situate lying 8: being in Virginia in America and bounded by " 8: within the first heads or Springs of the Rivers Tapahannock " alias Rappahannock 8: Quiriough alias Patowmack Rivers, the " Courses of the said Rivers from their said first heads or Springs " as they are commonly call'd or known by the Inhabitants 8: " Descriptions of those parts 8: the Bay of Chesapayock together " with the said Rivers themselves 8: all the Islands within the " uttermost Banks thereof and the Soil of all and Singular the " Premises and all Lands Wbods Underwoods Timber 8: Trees. " Ways Mountains 86" It repeals a Proviso mention'd in the 2" Grant in relation to the said Lands being to be settled within 173 July. V 1739 a certain Term of Years 8: discharges the Lord Culpepper from JMY-any Arrear of the Rent to the Date thereof w It appears that Thomas Lord Culpepper in the Year 1686 made a Grant of part of the Premises to M' Brent 8: others of Thirty Thousand Acres in or near the County of Stafford between the Courses of Rappahannock and Patowmack In 1705, a Dispute arose between the Crown and the late Lord Fairfax who claimed under Lord Culpepper concerning the Boundarys intended by...show more

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  • Paperback | 74 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 150g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236837061
  • 9781236837066