Copy received from PANB Jan 2001
New Brunswick. J Harvey St Governor
Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith &c. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greetings: Know Ye that We, of our special grace, certain knowledge and mere motion have given and granted, and We do, by these presents, for Us, our Heirs and Successors, give and grant unto Henry Sargent his Heirs and Assigns two tracts of land situate in the Parishes of Glenelg and Carleton in the Counties of Northumberland and Kent in our Province of New Brunswick and bounded as follows to wit:
The first tract situate in the Parish of Glenelg in the County of Northumberland and bounded as follows to wit: Commencing at a marked ash tree standing in the Most Southern angle of Lot number one surveyed for James O'Leary in William John Layton's Survey South of Lower Bay de Vent made in the Year One thousand Eight hundred and thirty-six. Thence to the magnetic north forty-five degrees East twenty one chains of four poles each and fifty links then South twenty four degrees East seven chains and fifty links to the Northern boundary line of lot number three surveyed for John Sargent. Thence South forty five degrees West twenty one chains and fifty links along the same line to a stake and thence North twenty four degrees West seven chains and fifty links to the place of beginning. Containing sixteen acres more or less distinguished as lot number two in William John Layron's Survey as aforesaid.
The second tract situate in the Parish of Carleton in the County of Kent and bounded as follows to wit: Commencing at a marked stump standing in the North Western angle of Lot number one granted to John Sullivan in William John Layton's Survey of lots on Meadow Brook, a branch of Eel River made in the year 1836, thence running by the North nine chains to the Southern boundary line of lot number three thence West twelve chains to a marked stake thence South thirteen chains to another marked stake thence East twelve chains to the Western boundary line of lot number one granted to John Sullivan and thence along said line North four chains to the place of beginning containing sixteen acres more or less distinguished as lot number two in the survey aforesaid. The said two tracts containing together thirty-two acres more or less.
and also particularly described and marked on the Plot or Plan of Survey hereunto annexed; together with all profits, commodities, hereditaments, and appurtenances, whatsoever, thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining; except and reserved, nevertheless, out of his present Grant, to Us, our Heirs and Successors, all Coals, and also all Gold and Silver, and other Mines and Minerals: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Two Tracts of Lnad, and all and singular the Premises hereby granted, with their appurtenances (except before excepted), unto the said Henry Sargent, his Heirs and Assigns forever. PROVIDED always, and this present Grant is upon condition, that the same grant be registered in the Secretary's Office of our said Province of New Brunswick, to which Registry shall be attached a duplicate of the Plan hereunto annexed.
GIVEN under the Great Seal of our Province of New Brunswick. WITNESS.
Witness our trusty and well beloved Sir John Harvey, K.C.H. and C.B. our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Province at Fredericton the Twentieth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight and in the Second year of our Reign.
By His Excellency's Command Wm. T. Odell
No. 1663* Registered the 21st day of November 1838 Wm. T. Odell
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