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" Formerly, when deeds were more concise than at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same piece of parchment, with some word or letters of the alphabet written between them ; through which the parchment was cut, either in a straight or indented... "
Norfolk Archaeology - Page 338
1872
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The New Pocket Conveyancer, Or, Attorney's Complete Pocket-book: Comprising ...

James Barry Bird - Conveyancing - 1706
...more concife than at prefent, it was ufual to write all thefe parts on one fkin of parchment with fomc word or letters of the alphabet written between them, through which the parchment was cut in fuch a manner as to leave the half on one part and half on the other ; but indenting alone without...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 2

Sir William Blackstone, Richard Burn, John Williams - Law - 1791
...concifc than at prefent, it was ufual to write both parts on the fame piece of parchment, with fome word or letters of the alphabet written between them...; through which the parchment was cut, either in a ftrait or jndented line, in fuch a manner as to leave half the word on * COi Litt, 171. * Plowd. 434....
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 2

Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1794
...concife than at prefent, it was afunl to write both parts on the fame piece of parchment, with fome word or letters of the alphabet written between them...; through which the parchment was cut, either in a ftrait or »Co. Litt. 171. b Plowd 431. Z 4 . indented indented line, in fuch a manner as to leave...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 2

Sir William Blackstone, Edward Christian - Law - 1800
...concife than at prefent, it wa1 nfual to write both parts on the fame piece of parchment, with fome woid or letters of the alphabet written between them; through which the parchment was cut, either in a ftrait or • Cc. Litt. i7i. * PJowd 434. indented line, in fuch a manner as to leave half the word...
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A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Volume 4

William Cruise - Real property - 1804
...they are at prefent, it was ufual to write both parts on the fame fkin of parchment, with fome words or letters of the alphabet written between them, through which the parchment was cut in acute angles, in/tar dentlum, from which they acquired the name of indentures or deeds indented,...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 2

Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1807
...which deed, so made, is called an indenture. Formerly, when deeds were more concise than at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same piece...: through which the parchment was cut, either in a strait or indented line, in such a manner as to leave half the word on one part and half on the other....
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A Compendious and Comprehensive Law Dictionary: Elucidating the Terms, and ...

Thomas Walter Williams - Law - 1816 - 1022 pages
...than at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same piec» of parchment, with sume » ords or letters of the alphabet written between them, through...parchment was cut, either in a straight or indented line, in such manner as to leave half the word CHIHOORAPH ont in one part, and half in the other. Deeds »luis...
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A Systematic Arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the Laws of ...

Sir Edward Coke, Sir Thomas Littleton, John Henry Thomas, Sir Matthew Hale, Francis Hargrave, Heneage Finch Earl of Nottingham - Land tenure - 1818
...they are at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same skin of parchment, with some words or letters of the alphabet written between them, through which the parchment wus cut, either in a strait or indented line, in such a manner as to leave half the word on one part,...
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Elements of Conveyancing: With Cursory Remarks Upon the Study of ..., Volume 4

Charles Barton - Conveyancing - 1821
...which deed, so made, is called an indenture. Formerly, when deeds were more concise than at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same piece...parchment was cut, either in a straight or indented line, in such a manner as to leave half the word on one part and half on the other. Deeds thus made were...
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ELEMENTS OF CONVEYANCING

CHARLES BARTON - 1821
...which deed, so made, is called an indenture. Formerly, when deeds were more concise than at present, it was usual to write both parts on the same piece...parchment was cut, either in a straight or indented line, in such a manner as to leave half the word on one part and half on the other. Deeds thus made were...
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