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Martin, Phil., active 18th century
[Receipt for drawing and engrossing lycence for Mr Skynnor and Lady].
[Great Britain] : P. Martin, 1757.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ; 19 x 15 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
S562.G7 M37 1757 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
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Archives & Manuscripts
"Stephen Skynner, esqr., his bill. 1757 Decemr. [1] Drawing and engrossing lycence for Mr Skynnor and Lady to domise [i.e. demise] his copy hold estate held of the man of Marshalls £-13/4. [2] Stamps and parchment, -2/8. [3] Paid the Lord his fine as receipt, 1/1/-. [Total] £1/7/0."
Payment recorded at bottom: "22d. September 1758, recd. the full contents of this bill, Phil. [?] Martin."
On reverse: "Stephen Skynnor esqr."
"Drawing and engrossing" in the present context refers to the working out of a rough draft and then having the final terms of the instrument copied legibly onto parchment paper. Demise refers to the conveyance of an estate.
Subject Terms:
Administration of estates -- Great Britain.
Martin, Phil., active 18th century.
Skynner, Stephen.
Legal documents.
Receipts (financial records)
Financial records.

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