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* Bill of Sale *
|Carbonear Jany 15th 1812||216|
Certify whom it may or doth concern, that we Linthorne & Warn has this day Sold to Thomas Coish to him and his Heirs for ever That Room or Plantation Situated at Black Head in Conception Bay, Commonly call'd or Known by the name of Brohas, with all the Buildings & appurtenances thereunto belonging Bounded on the South West by Jonathan Moores Room & on the NE by Augustus Nightingale, To have and hold the same to the said Thomas Coish's own use in what manner suits him In consideration of his paying to said Linthorne & Warn the Sum of Forty Pounds sterling in good Lawfull money of Great Britain by the last of October next ensuing. Fourteen Pounds seventeen shillings is this day received in part payment of the sum of Forty Pounds - but in default of payment will be liable to have the premises given up to said Linthorne and Warn and is to deliver a Corv[?] & Calf late[?] Brohas when call'd for day and date as above.
Rich X Cahill
Jany 15th 1812
|as Witnefs our hands|
Linthorne & Warn
Recd three Setts Exchg Value £14.17 in pl [?] payment
Recd of Thomas Coish a Sett Exchg Value Eight Pounds three Shillings --- Linthorne & Warn
Received of Mr. Thomas Cosh on the a/c of the Estate Linthorne & Warn Seven Pounds Sterling
for[?] Gofse & Ledgard
for the Estate of Linthorne & Warn
The forgoing is a true Copy of the original Bill of Sale done at the request of within named Thomas Coish and recorded here this 10th day of June 1814 and examined by me ---
By order Wm Lilly Esqr
Page Contributed & Transcribed by Craig Peterman (February 2004)
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)
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