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SECTION THE SIXTH.

NOTARIAL PRECEDENTS AND CONSULAR FORMS, ETC.

LIST.

I. Power of Attorney.
II. Wills and last Testaments.
III. Protests of Bills.
IV. Ships' Protests.
V. Protest of Merchants against the Master and Owners, in consequence

of the Master not proceeding to sea after signing Bills of Lading. VI. Protest by Shippers of Goods against the Master and Owners of a

vessel, in consequence of Master's refusal, after notice, to sign a

Bill of Lading in the customary form.
VII. Protest by Master of a Vessel, for demurrage and continued deten.

tion and delay in providing a cargo and despatching the vessel,

according to Charter-party. VIII. Protest of a Master, for demurrage payable under the stipulations

of the Charter-party.
IX. Bottomry Bond.

X. Respondentia Bond.
XI. Bottomry Bond, in German.
XII. Ditto ditto, in French.
XIII. Passport.
XIV. Ditto, visé.
XV. Order of Survey of a Vessel.
XVI. Ditto ditto of Damaged Goods.
XVII. Survey of Goods.
XVIII. Bills of Health (English, French, and Italian).
XIX. Manifest of Cargo.

XX. Certificate of Origin.
XXI. Policy of Insurance.
XXII. Bills of Lading.
XXIII. Charter-party.
XXIV. Seaman's Allotment Note.

XXV. Agreement of Foreign-going Ship.
XXVI. Indentures of Apprentice.
XXVII. Release at Termination of Voyage.
XXVIII. Receipt for Wages and Effects of Deceased Seaman.

XXIX. Claims for Wages and Effects of Deceased Seaman.

XXX. Official Log-book. XXXI. Regulations for maintaining Discipline. XXXII. Form to be used in cases where Shipwrecked Seamen are picked up

at Sea and conveyed home. XXXIII. Voucher for Payments by the Master. XXXIV. Form to be used in a Claim to the Admiralty Court for Compen

sation for a Seaman who volunteered into the Navy from a Merchant Ship.

1.-Power Of ATTORNEY.

to be.

KNOW ALL Men, by these presents, that

, for divers good causes and considerations hereunto moving, have and do hereby make, nominate, and appoint, and in place and stead put true and lawful Attorney for and in

name, and to fuse to ask, demand, sue for, recover, and receive of and from and all and every other persons and person residing at who are or is, or shall or may be, liable to pay the same respectively, all and every deht and debts, sum and sums of money, principal money, and interest, dividends, goods, wares, merchandise, profits, proceeds, rents and arrears of rent, dues, duties, effects, and things, of what nature or kind soever, which now are or is, or at any time or times hereafter shall or may be or become due, owing, payable, or belonging or consigned to, or on account of

on any account whatsoever; and on payment or delivery thereof, or of any part thereof respectively, to give, sign, and execute receipts, acquittances, releases, or other discharges for the same respectively; and on non-payment or non-delivery thereof, or of any part thereof respectively, bring, commence, carry on, and prosecute any action, suit, or other proceeding whatsoever, for recovering and compelling the payment and delivery thereof respectively. And also to adjust, settle, compound, and compromise all accounts, reckonings, transactions, matters, and things whatsoever, relating to the said several premises respectively; and for all or any of the purposes aforesaid to use the name of the said

and one or more substitute or substitutes to appoint, and at pleasure to remove and displace, and another or others to appoint; and generally to do, execute, and perform any other act, deed, matter, or thing whatsoever relative to the premises, as fully, to all intents and purposes whatsoever, as might or could do in own proper person, in case these presents had not been made the

said

hereby ratifying and confirming, and agreeing to ratify and confirm, all and whatsoever the said

substitute or substitutes shall lawfully do, or cause to be done, in or about the premises, by virtue and in execution of these presents. In WITNESS whereof the said

bave hereunto set hand and seal, the day of

one thousand eight hundred and forty Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of

2.-Wills.

Heading of a Will..
Tuis is THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me,

Firstly, I desire that all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses be paid and satisfied by my execut hereinafter named, as soon as conveniently may be after my decease.

Ending of Will. And I do 4 nominate, constitute, and appoint • to be execut of this my Will, and hereby revoking all former or other Wills by me at any time heretofore made, I declare this to be my last Will and Testament. $

In Witness whereof, I the said have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand, the

day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty Signed and declared by the said the Testator, as and for his

last Will and Testament in the presence of us, who at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.

1.- Form of a Will, where the Property is given to one or more Persons

absolutely And, Secondly, I give, devise, and bequeath unto

all and every my household furniture, linen, wearing apparel, books, plate,

* The heading to Will No. 5 is different, and is to be worded only, “ This is the last Will and Testament of me,

wife of of + In Will No. 6, add "hereby.”

In No. 4, put here “My said wife, sole executrix of this my Will," instead of, “to be execut of this my Will.” In Will No. 6, add "the said," and leave out the words “to be."

§ The ending of No. 3 is quite different down to here; it afterwards proceeds as above.

pictures, china, horses, carriages, carts; and also all and every sum and sums of money which may be in my house or about my person, or which may be due to me at the time of my decease; and also all other my monies invested in stocks, funds, and securities for money, bookdebts, money on bonds, bills, notes, or other securities; and all and every other my estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, both real and personal, whether in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy, to and for

own use and benefit, absolutely.

2.- Form of a Will, where the Property of Testator is left to Wife for

life, and after her death to Children absolutely. And, Secondly, I give, devise, and bequeath unto

and as to all the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, both real and personal, whether in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy, I give, devise, and bequeath the same unto

executors and administrators, Upon trust, to permit and suffer my dear wife to have the use and enjoyment of all such parts thereof as shall not yield income, and to invest the residue of such of my estate as shall not have been applied in payment of my debts, and funeral and testamentary expenses and legacies, in some or one of the Government stocks or funds of Great Britain (not being terminable Annuities), and to pay the dividends and produce thereof; and also the dividends, interest, or annual produce of all such other parts of my said estate as shall yield income, unto my dear wife during the term of her natural life: and from and after her decease, I give, devise, and bequeath the same and every part thereof unto and among all and every my children, both sons and daughters, who shall be living at the time of the decease of my said wife, in equal shares and proportions, and the issue of such of them as shall be dead (such issue taking only the share to which their deceased parent, if surviving, would have been entitled), to and for

own use and benefit absolutely.

3.—Form of a Will, where the Property of Testator is left to Executors in

Trust to be sold, and proceeds paid to devisees. Secondly, I give, devise, and bequeath all and every my household furniture, linen, wearing apparel, books, plate, pictures, china, horses, carriages, carts; and also, all and every sum and sums of money which may be in my house or about my person, or which may be due to me at the time of my decease; and also, all other my monies invested in stocks, funds, and securities for money, book-debts, money on bonds, bills, notes, or other securities; and all and every other my estate and

own

effects whatsoever or wheresoever, both real and personal, whether in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy, unto

and the survivor of them, and the executors and administrators of such survivor, Upon trust, as soon as conveniently may be after my decease, to collect, get in, and receive such parts thereof as shall consist of money, or securities for money, and to sell and dispose of the residue of my said estate and effects, either by public auction or private contract, as to my said executor shall seem meet. And when and so soon as the whole of my estate, real and personal, shall have been converted into money, and received, Upon trust to pay

equal part or share thereof unto

of for own use and benefit, and to pay

other equal part or share thereof unto

of for own use and benefit, and to pay one other equal part or share thereof unto

of

for own use and benefit, and to pay over the remaining equal part or share thereof unto

of

for use and benefit. And I hereby declare, that the receipt or receipts of the execut of this my Will to the purchaser or purchasers of any part of my estate or effects, real or personal, shall be a good and sufficient discharge for so much money as in such receipts shall be expressed to be received. And I do hereby nominate, constitute, and appoint

executor of this my Will. And I do hereby declare, that my said executors and the survivor of them, and the executors and administrators of such survivor, shall and may out of the monies that shall come to their or either of their hands, deduct, retain, and reimburse to themselves and himself respectively, all costs, charges, and expenses which they or either of them may sustain or incur in and about the execution of the trusts of this my Will; and that neither of them shall be answerable for any loss which may happen to the said trust premises, unless the same shall happen by or through his or their own act, neglect, or default; neither shall the one be answerable for the other of them; nor shall either of them be answerable for more monies than shall actually come into his hands by virtue of this my Will.

4.-Form of a Will, where the Property is given to Wife absolutely. Secondly, I give and bequeath all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, books, pictures, wearing apparel, wines, liquors, and other effects, and also all sum and sums of money which may be due, owing, or belonging to me at my decease, or which may be invested in or upon any stocks, funds, or other securities; and also, all other my estate

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