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" After which time, neither Towne or private person whether English or Dutch shall have Liberty to plead any such old Graunts Patents or deeds of Purchase in Law but they shall lie lookt upon as invalid to all intents and purposes By order of ye Governor... "
Annual Report of the State Historian - Page 159
by New York (State). State Historian - 1897
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1811
...Supplied therewith, by the first day of Aprill next after the date hereof, after which tyme, neither Townc or private person whether English or Dutch, shall have liberty to plead any such old grants pattents or Deeds of purchase in Law, but they shall be looked upon ass invalid to all intents...
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Manor of Rensselaerwyck

Calvin Pepper - Rensselaerwyck (N.Y.) - 1846 - 34 pages
...first dtty of April next after ihe dale hereof; after which lime neither lowns nor private persons, whether English or Dutch, shall have liberty to plead any such old grants, patents or deeds of purchase, in law; but shall be looked upon as invalid lo all intents and...
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HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

JOHN ROMEYN BRODHEAD. - 1871
...therewith by the first day of April next after the date hereof ; after which time neither town nor private person, whether English or Dutch, shall have liberty to plead any such old grants, patents, or deeds of purchase in law, but they shall be looked upon as invalid to all intents...
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Charter to William Penn, and Laws of the Province of Pennsylvania: Passed ...

Staughton George, Benjamin Matthias Nead, Thomas McCamant - Courts - 1879 - 614 pages
...likewise bee Supplied therewith, by the first day of Aprill next after the date hereof, after which tyme, neither Towne or private person whether English or Dutch, shall have liberty to plead any such old grants pattents or Deeds of purchase in Law, but they shall be looked upon as invalid to all intents...
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Annual Report of the State Historian, Volumes 1-2

New York (State). State Historian - New York (State) - 1897
...whatsoever formerly made shall be brought in to be confirmed or renewed by Authority of his Royall Highness ye Duke of Yorke and all such as have no...neither Towne or private person whether English or Dutch ahall have Liberty to plead any such old Graunts Patents or deeds of Purchase in Law but they shall...
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