Universal Phonography in Ten Lessons

Universal Phonography in Ten Lessons

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...1887. And the said party of the second part covenants and ngrees with the party of the first part to pay the said party of the first part, as rent for the same, the sum of $800, payable as follows, to-wit: State the J times and terms of payment. j The said party of the second part further covenants with the said party of the first part, that, at the expira-S tion of the time mentioned in this lease, peaceable possession of the said premises shall be given to the J said party of the first part, in as good condition as J they now are, the usual wear, inevitable accidents, loss by fire excepted; and that upon the non-payment J of the whole or any portion of the said rent at the J time when the same is promised to be paid, the said j party of the first part may, at his election, either dis-J train for said rent due, or declare this lease at an end, 6 Jt J WRITING EXERCISE XXXI.--Continued. and recover possession of said premises as if the same i were hold by forcible detainer, the said party of the t second part waiving any notice of such election, or I any demand for the possession of said premises. j The covenants herein shall extend to and be binding upon the heirs, executors, and administrators of the J parties to this lease. t Witness said parties' hands and seals. (Signature of Lessor.) seal. (Signature of Lessee.) seal. J WRITING EXERCISE XXXII. 'Form Of Poweb Of Attorney. j Know ail men by tliese presents: That I, Thomas Gardiner of Detroit, Mich., have, t by these presents, constituted, made, and ordained, and in my place and stead substituted Elmer Allen to be my lawful, sufficient and true attorney, and in my name, place and stead to Set forth the purpose or purposes for which the power is given. That I hereby grant unto my...
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  • English
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