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Walker, Samuel, deceased-His executors authorized to
convey certain lands,

143
Wanmaker, John, deceased–His administratrix autho-

rized to convey lands to Cornelius J. Bogert, 85
► Wards—The township of Newark, in the county of Es-
sex, divided into wards,

55
Warne, Samuel - Authorized to convey certain real estate

of John Warne, deceased,
Waterpower-Supplement to act incorporating a com-

pany to create a waterpower at Trenton and

its vicinity,
Further supplement to act incorporating a com-

pany to create a waterpower at Trenton and

its vicinity,
Williams-Samuel and Mary Williams divorced,
Wilson, Catharine-Proceeds of sales of certain lands

vested in trustee, for her use,
Woodland-A certain tract of, in New Barbadoes, Ber-

gen county, authorized to be inclosed in com-
mon,
A tract of, at Pascack, in Bergen county, au-

thorized to be inclosed in common,

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1 Yawger, John P.-Certain lands authorized to be convey.

ed to him by executors of Joseph Bird, se-

nior, deceased,
Young, Robert, deceased His executor authorized to sell

lands,

Zabriskie, John H.-Appointed to execute conveyances

for certain lands, divided by John and Albert
Lydacker,

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AT À SESSION BEGUN AT TRENTON, ON THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF OCTOBER, ONE

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ACTS

OF THE

FIFTY-SEVENTH

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

STATE OF NEW JERSEY.

AN ACT to authorize Charles Stokes, Guardian of Griffith

Wilmerton, John Wilmerton, Rachel Wilmerton and Wil· liam Wilmerton, to make sale of wood and timber on the

premises of said wards, in the township of Willingborough,

in the county of Burlington. WHEREAS, Richard Wilmerton, of Willingborough, in the

county of Burlington, and his three minor brothers Griffith, John and William, and his sister Rachel Wilmérton, are the owners in fee simple of a tract of woodland, in the Preamble. township of Willingborough aforesaid; AND WHEREAS, it is represented by Charles Stokes, the guardian of the four minors above mentioned, and the said Richard Wilmerton, by their memorial, that much of the said timber is ripe and going to decay; and that it would be much for the interest of the said wards, if the said guardian were authorized to make sale of a part of the wood and timber aforesaid, for their benefit ; but that the same cannot be done without the aid of a special law for that purpose-- Therefore,

Sec. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Council and General Assembly of this state, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the said Charles Stokes, guardian of the said Guardian autho

rized to sell timGriffith, John, Rachel and William Wilmerton, be, and he ber on estate of hereby is authorized and empowered to make sale of such his wards. and so much of the wood and timber on the premises of his said wards, as is now ripe and fit for market, and as in the

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