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An act to enable Henry Hawkins, Guardian of Maria Bicker, to sell certain real estate belonging to the said Maria.
Whereas it hath been represented to the legislature, that Prudence Slater, deceased, devised to her children, Thomas, John, James, Ann, Elizabeth, Mary and Sibby, inter alia, two certain messuages and a lot of ground in the borough of Lancaster; that the aforesaid Elizabeth hath since died, leaving issue one daughter a minor; that the said property is unproductive and decaying for want of repairs, and that it would be better for the said minor if the same were sold: Therefore,
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80. An act to enable a guardian to sell real estate. Whereas PRUDENCE SLATER, dec., devised to her children, THOMAS SLATER, JOHN SLATER, JAMES SLATER, AN N SLATER, ELIZABETH SLATER, MARY SLATER and SIBBY SLATER, inter alia, two certain messuages and a lot of ground in the borough of Lancaster, that Elizabeth hath died, leaving issue one daughter, a minor, that the property is unproductive and decaying for want of repairs, therefore, HENRY HAWKINS, guardian of MARIA BICKER, of the city of Philadelphia, is hereby authorized to sell and convey all the right, title and interest of Maria Bicker to two messuages and lot of ground, adjoining property late of JACOB METOR, dec., and make a deed of conveyance to the purchaser, the proceeds to be put in a productive fund. 4 Apr 1807.