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Sold by S. Gould, (sign of Lord Coke,) corner of Wall and Broad-streets.
The People of the State of New-York, by the Grace of God, free and independent, to and to their Counsellors, Attornies, Solicitors and Agents and each and every of them GREETING: Whereas it hath been represented unto our Chancellor in our Court of Chancery, on the part of Anthony Yelverton Complainant that he lately exhibited his bill of complaint in our said Court of Chancery, against you the said Peter Vanderhoof and Sally his wife, Ichabod Spencer and Catherine his wife, John Mapes and Garret Ryesdick and Catherine his wife have commenced an action of ejectment against the said complainant in the presrence Court of Indenture of the State of New York for two several lots of land being part of a certain premises conveyed to the said complainant by Thomas Morris Marshall of the United States of America for the Southern District of New York and that you the John Mapes and Garret Ryesdick and Catherine his wife and Peter Vanderhoof and Sally his wife have commenced two other actions of ejectment in the in the Said Supreme Court one against George Mapes and the other against Roger O'Brien who are tenants of the said complainant for the other parcel of the said premises so convey as aforesaid and that the actings and doings of you the said Peter Vanderhoof and Sally his wife, Ichabod Spencer and Catherine his wife, John Mapes and Garret Ryesdick and Catherine his wife touching the matters in the said bill mentioned, are contrary to equity and good conscience. We therefore in consideration of the premises and of the particular matter in the said bill set forth, do strictly enjoin and command you the said Peter Vanderhoof and Sally his wife, Ichabod Spencer and Catherine his wife, John Mapes and Garret Ryesdick and Catherine his wife and all and every the persons before mentioned, and each and every of you, under the penalty of Ten Thousand Dollars, to be levied on your and every or your lands, goods and chattels, to our use; that you and every of you do absolutely desist and refrain from further prosecuting the said action of ejectment and from commencing or prosecuting any action or actions at law for the land in the said bill of complaint mentioned and from disturbing the said complainant or his tenants in the possession thereof until the further order of our sad Court of Chancery to the contrary, and this under the pain aforesaid, Withness, Samuel Jones, Esquire, Chancellor of our State, at the City of New-York, the twenty second day if April in the fiftieth year of our Independence, and in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six
Jn. L. Lawrence
|Title||Yelverton Injunction Against VanDerhoof, Spencer, Mapes and Rysdick|
|Publisher.Original||S. Gould, (sign of Lord Coke,) corner of Wall and Broad-streets.|
|Description||Anthony Yelverton Injunction against Peter VanDerhoof and Sally his wife, Ichabod Spencer and Catherine his wife, John Mapes and Garrit Rysdick and Catherine his wife over the property that he bought from a "Fieri Facias" proceeding 1824-06-22.|
Lawrence, John L.
Mapes, John (O'Dell), 1769-1830
Morris, Thomas, 1771-1849
Yelverton, Anthony, 1773-1849
|Corporate Name||S. Gould, sign of Lord Coke|
Business & Industry
|Format.Original||Document, 10.3 by 15.5 in. (26.3 x 39.3 cm)|
|Source||W. S. Durland Collection|
|Publisher.Digital||Chester Historical Society|
|Holding Institution||Chester Historical Society|
The Chester Historical Society
47 Main Street, Chester, NY10918
|Rights||Prior written permission is required for any use of the images in this collection from the Chester Historical Society.|
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