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with the said C D, to live after the manner of an apprentice and servant, until said apprentice shall arrive to full age; during all which time the said apprentice his master shall faithfully serve, his lawful commands every where readily obey: He shall not at any time absent himself from his said master's service, but in all things as a good and faithful servant shall behave towards his said master. And the said C D doth covenant, promise, and agree to and with said A B, that he will teach and instruct, or cause to be taught and instructed, the said X Y to learn [here mention the branches to be taught,] and that he will constantly find and provide for said apprentice, during the term aforesaid, sufficient diet, washing, lodging and apparel fitting for an apprentice; and all other things necessary, both in sickness and in health.
In witness whereof, the parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written. In the presence of GH,
A B, (SEAL.] OB,
J K. (SEAL.]
ASSIGNMENT OF A BOND: 1st, WHERE THE ASSIGNOR INTENDS
TO MAKE HIMSELF LIABLE.
For value received I assign the within bond to CD, his heirs, executors and administrators. Witness my hand and seal, this the first day of July, 1852.
A N. [SEAL.]
2d, WHERE THE ASSIGNOR IS NOT LIABLE.
For value received I assign the within bond to CD, bis heirs, executors and administrators, not holding myself liable in any case for the payment of the same, or any part thereof. Witness
my hand and seal, this the day of A. D., 18
A B. [SEAL.]
Note.-If the assignor intends to be liable, he can assign the bond by simply writing his name on the back: and the assignee, if he should have to sue, can fill up the blank by making it payable to himself.
Note 2.-An assignment without a seal will make the assignor liable for only three years.
OF A BOND AND MORTGAGE, AFTER JUDGMENT AND EXECUTION,
AND PART OF THE DEBT PAID.
An Indenture, made the first day of July, 1852, between AB and C D, executors, &c., of E F deceased, of the one part, and Y Z, of Raleigh, of the other part.
Whereas OP, of Oxford, in and by a certain obligation or writing obligatory, under his hand and seal, duly executed, bearing date, &c., became bound unto the said EF, in his life time, in the sum of doilars, conditioned for the payment of
dollars, on or before, &c., as in and by the said obligation and condition thereof fully appears. And whereas the said OP, by way of collateral security for the aforesaid debt and interest, in and by a certain indenture of mortgage, bearing date, &c., for the considerations therein mentioned, did grant, bargain, and sell, unto the said A B and CD, as executors aforesaid, and to their heirs and assigns, a certain tract of land called Woodlawn, situated, &c., containing 300 acres, being bounded, &c. Also a certain other tract, &c., together with their and every of their appurtenances, to hold to them the said A B and C D, their heirs and assigns forever, with this proviso: That the same indenture and the estate and estates thereby granted, and the said recited obligation should become void on payment of the mortgage money and interest aforesaid, as in and by the said recited indenture of mortgage duly recorded in Raleigh, more at large only the sum of dollars, on account of the principal debt and interest aforesaid, so that there yet remains dụe the principal sum of
dollars, besides dollars interest accrued thereon, to the day of the date hereof. Now this indenture witnesses, that the said A B and C D, executors aforesaid, for and in consideration of the said sum of dollars, balance of the principal debt aforesaid, and dollars interest unto them well and truly paid by the said Y Z, at or before the sealing and delivery hereof, the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, have granted, bargained, sold, assigned and set over, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, assign, and set over, unto the said Y Z, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, the aforesaid recited obligation, and the warrant of attorney thereunto annexed, and the said recited indenture of mortgage, and all and every the sum and sums of money which on the day of the date hereof are due and payable thereupon, and wbich shall or may hereafter accrue and grow due and payable thereupon, and also the aforesaid two several described tracts of land and premises with the appurtenances, mortgaged as aforesaid; and also the aforesaid judgment and execution; and all the money now due or hereafter to become due and payable thereupon, and the benefit and advantage thereof, and all the estate, right, title, interest, and demand of, in and to the said judgment and execution which they the said A B and C D as executors aforesaid, now have or ought to have or claim. To have, hold, receive, take and enjoy, the said obligation, indenture of mortgage, and the said lands thereby granted, and the said judgment and execution, and all the money hereby assigned unto the said Y Z, to the only use and behoof of the said Y Z, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever, and at his and their sole risk-subject to the right of redemption of the said OP, his heirs and assigns, by payment of the principal money and interest now due or to become due thereupon. And it is hereby agreed that they the said A B and C D, as executors aforesaid or otherwise, or the estate of the said E F, deceased, shall not in any wise howsoever be responsible or accountable for any loss, deficiency or damage, which the said Y Z his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, shall or may sustain or suffer by reason of this assignment, or in case the said O P should prove insolvert, or his title to the said mortgaged lands and premises prove defective. In witness whereof,
the said parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals hereunto. Dated the day and year first before written.
In witness, &c.
ASSIGNMENT OF DOWER BY THE HEIR.
An Indenture made on this first day of July, between A B, of &c., son and heir of C B, late of Raleigh, Esquire, of the one part, and D B, widow and relic of the said C B, of the other part.
Whereas, the said C B, in his life-time, and at the time of his death, was seized in his demesne as of fee, of divers lands and tenements in Raleigh, which, upon the decease of said CB, descended to the said A B. Now this indenture witnesses, that the said A B has endowed and assigned, and by these presents he does endow and assign unto the said D B, the third part of the said lands and tenements, to wit: all that messuage, &c. [here describe it particularly.) To have and to hold the same to her the said D B, as and for her dower in the lands and estate which was of the said C B, for and during the term of the natural life of her the said D B, in severalty by metes and bounds as aforesaid, in full recompense and satisfaction of all the dower which the said D B ought to have of, or in the lands and tenements which were of the said C B in his life time,
In testimony whereof, &c.
ASSIGNMENT OF MONEY DUE UPON ACCOUNT.
Know all men by these presents, that I, A B, of Raleigh, in consideration of the sum of dollars, to me paid by C D, of Raleigh, do hereby assign and set over unto the said CD, to his own proper use, without any account to be given for the same, the sum of
dollars, and all other sums of money as are remaining due and payable upon or by virtue of the annexed account of money due to me by Y Z, of, &c., and all my right, title, interest and demand in and to the same: And I do give and grant unto the said C D, full power and authority to de
mand and receive the same to his own use, and upon receipt thereof, to give discharges for the same or any part thereof: And I, the said A B, do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said C D, that the said sum of dollars, is justly due and owing to me from the said Y Z, and that I have not received or discharged the same, or any part thereof.
In witness, &c.
Note.-An account of this kind, being what is technically called a chose in action, must be sued for in the name of the assignor, for the use of the assignee.
ASSIGNMENT OF A JUDGMENT RENDERED
ON A VERDICT.
Whereas I, A B, lately recovered judgment in the County court of Wake, holden at Raleigh, against C D of Raleigh, for the sum of dollars, as by the record of the said judgment, remaining in the said court appears, upon which judgment execution has been lately sued. Now know ye, that I, the said A B, for divers good causes and considerations, have granted, transferred, assigned and set over, and by these presents do clearly and absolutely grant, transfer, assign and set over unto E F of Oxford, as well the said judgment for the said sum of 500 dollars aforesaid, as also all benefit and advantage whatsoever, that now can, or shall, or may hereafter be obtained, by reason or means of the same, or any execution thereupon now had or to be had, and all the right, interest and demand whatsoever, which I, the said A B have, or ought to have, in or to the said judgment; or any sums of money, lands or tenements, which by virtue thereof, or of any process or execution thereupon sued or to be sued, shall or may be recovered or obtained. And further, I, the said A B, do by these presents, constitute and appoint the said E F to be my true and lawful attorney, for me and in my name to use and prosecute the said execution upon the said judgment, and upon composition or agreement made concerning the premises, to acknowledge satisfaction, or to make and give any other release or discharge for the same; and all other acts and things whatsoever as shall be requisite in and about the premises, I covenant to allow and confirm by these pre