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To maintayne themselves and families with food and rayment -- and every farmor to pay yearlie into the magazine for himself and every man servant, two barrells and a halfe of English measure.
When I was a kid, I had a mormor, morfar, and farmor (farfar had already passed).
Under the terms of the Farm-in Agreement, the farmor will retain a nonconvertible 10% gross overriding royalty on production from the earned lands.
Reparation Of the chorch, occupier of land in the pariih mud contribute thereto, although he live in another; but if he lets the land, his farmor fhall pay, and the quantity of the land is inqoirable in the court chrif - tian, -- 659. 843