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Trustees as aforesaid a good and Sufficient Estate Right and title in fee simple of in and to the said half acre Lot No. 47, with the appertenances to the same belonging unto the said Robert Campmill, his Heirs and assigns for ever, against the the claim of all and every person or persons whatsoever, claiming under them they will warrant and for ever defend, upon conditions that the said Robert Campmill his Heirs, Executors, Administrators, or assigns, shall build or cause to built on the said Lot a Dwelling house Sixteen feet Square at least with a brick or Stone chimney, to be finished fit for habitation within ten Years from the 20th day of October 1802, it being the day of sale of the said Lot, and in conformity to the act of assembly for the establishment of the said Town, and upon failure thereof the aforesaid Lot to revert to the Trustees or their Successors to be disposed of by them agreeable to an act of assembly in that case made and provided. In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and Seals the day and Year first written. Signed Sealed & Deliv'd In presence of Philip Pane John Marshall Charles Slaughter John Reid Achiles Moorman John Black Sammuel Pannel Robert Cobbs IDENTURE to Robert Campmill Oct. 10, 1803