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  • v. Obsolete form of empower.


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  • Now I do here by impowre Mr. Zachary Baggs, in case the said debt is not fully discharged before Michaelmas next, to stop what money he shall hereafter have in his hands of mine, upon the playing my first play till this aforesaid debt of six pownd be discharged.

    A Memoir of Mrs. Behn

  • In answer to a Petition of m "'tfreeGrace Bendall, in behalfc of Capt: Samuell Scarlet humbly desiring the Cour'* fauou' 'to impowre the Administrato'" to the Estate of the late John Euererd als Wel) b of what the sajd Scarlet bought & pajd fo '

    Suffolk deeds


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