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contain the number of acres of first, second, and third rate land, together with the number of polls subject to taxation in the said county of Dearborn, for the year 1832, to wit: eleven thousand three hundred and eight acres of first rate land, (11308,) amounting to $90 46 4.
Thirty-nine thousand seven hundred and forty-four acres of second rate land, (39,744,) amounting to $238 46 4.-One hundred and twendy-nine thousand seven hundred and forty-four acres of third rate land (129. 744,) amounting to $518 990.- And two thousand three hundred and fifty-six poles, (2356,) at 37: cents each, amounting to $883 50. [Nore. If there be delinquent polls or lands of th last or any previous year they should be next put down. The duplicate for which has been placed in the hands of Jacob Looker for collection as the law directs.
In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed the (seal.]. seal of said court, this 4th day of July, 1832.
JAMES DILL, Clerk. Certificate of the clerk to a copy of the collector's bond, Re
vised L. 433. 1, James Dill, clerk of the Dearborn circuit court, certify the foregoing to be a correct copy of the collector's bond, as approved by the board of commissioners of the county of Dearborn, at their May session, 1832.
In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed the [SZAL.] seal of said court, this 24th day of May, 1832.
JAMES DILL, Clerk. Certificate of the amount
assessed and collected by the collector.
Rev. L. 439. State of Indiana, Dearborn county, Sct.
J, James Dill, clerk of the Dearborn circuit court, certify, that in addition to the amount of taxes charged on the duplicate for said county for the year 1832, the collector has returned, that he has assessed and collected fifteen dollars ($15 00) on lands and polls, for state revenue. Which return is verified by oath according to law.
In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed the (SEAL.] seal of said court this 4th day of July, 1832.
JAMES DILL, Clerk,
Certificate of delinquencies, to be credited to the collector.
Rev. L. 440, and stat. Feb. 2, 1832. P. 264.
State of Indiana, Dearborn county, sct.
I, James Dill, clerk of the Dearborn circuit court, do hereby certify, that the delinquencies for which the collector of said county for the year 1832 is entitled to a credit, in his settlemeat with the auditor of public accounts, is as follows, to wit: on lands, ten dollars; ($10 00) on polls, three dollars, 143 00) making in all
, thirteen dollars (13 00.)
In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed [SEAL.] the seal of said court this 4th day of November, 1832.
JAMES DILL, Clerk. Note. If the collector has been charged on the duplicate with the collection of delinquencies of torner years, the certificate of the amount of delinquencies ought to state the amount of such old delinquencies not collected, as the collector is entitled to a credit for the amount so remaining uncollected.
MASTERS IN CHANCERY.
Masters in chancery, in this state are appointed by the president judges of the circuit courts, and hola their appointments until removed by the courts. After taking an oath faithfully to discharge the duties of master in chancery, they have power and authority to take the attestation to all bills and answers in chancery to which an oath or affirmation is necessary, to take depositions, administer oaths to witnesses, to strike the balance of any accounts which may be in controversy, to examine into any alleged impertinence or scandal in a bill or answer, and into the sufficiency of an answer or examination, to amine bills of cost, and such other matters as may be referred to them by the court, and to certify to the court in writing the manner in which they have executed such orders.
So varied and multiplied are the subjects which may be referred to a master, and on which he may be required to report his opinion to the court, that it would be almost impossible to enumerate them; and in all the different subjects of reference, scarce any three cases are so similar as to be reducible to fixed form. For this reason, and because forms are unimportant to a man who is qualified to execute the duties of master in chancery, none are offered.
There is in each county a recorder, who is elected, for the term of seven years, by the qualified voters of the county, and keeps his office at the seat of justice. The recorder is required, before he enters on the duties of his office, to give bond to the state of Indiana, in the sum of two thousand dollars, with security to be approved by the associate judges of the proper county, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties; which bond is filed in the office of the secretary of state for the benefit of all persons concerned.
It is the duty of the recorder, to provide large books, well bound and covered, and therein to record, in a fair and legible hand, all deeds and other instruments of wri. ting brought to bim for that purpose, in regular succession according to the time they are brought into the office, and to enter in a book, to be kept for that purpose, every deed in writing brought into his office for record, noting the names of the parties, the date of the deed, the day of bringing it to the office for record, and the place where the lands lie; and also to make and prefix, or annex to each book of records, a complete index of all deeds and other instruments recorded therein, containing the names of both parties to the deed in alphabetical order.
Know all men by these presents, that we, James Dodge and David Frame, of Marion county and state of Indi. ana, are held and firmly bound unto the state of Indiana, in the sum of two thousand dollars, for the payment of which, well and truly to be made and done, we bird ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly
and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated this 1th day of August, A. D. 1832.
The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bound James Dodge will truly and faithfully discharge the duties of recorder of the county of Marion, and will safely keep and preserve the records and other writings belonging to his said office, and will, at the expiration of his term of service, deliver the same over, whole, in good order, and undefaced, to his successor in office, then the above obligation is to be void and of none effect, otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue in law.
JAMES DODGE (SEAL.
DAVID FRAME SEAL. Taken and approved by us, the undersigned, associate judges of the Marion circuit court, this 4th day of August, 1832
Oath of office. You solemnly swear that you will support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the state of Indiana, and that you will faithfully discharge the duties of your office as recorder for the county of Marión, to the best of your skill and understanding. So help you God.
Receipt for a deed. Indianapolis, July 3, 1822, Received for record by the hand of John Turner, a deed of conveyance from George Fuller and wife to David Benton, for N. E. qr. of S. 11, T. 16, N. of R. 4 E. 163 acres, dated Feb. 3, 1832.
Entries on book.
1881. Came into office for record. Dec. 10th. John Davis, to William Balch, deed of con
veyance for the N. E. gr. of S. 9, T. 14, N. of
R. 2 E. 163 acres, dated Oct. 3, 1831. Dec. 27. Peter Sloal to Richard Mull, deed of convey. ance for S. E. gr. of S. 3, T. 16, N. of R. 3, !.
Dated Sept. 4, 1831.
1832. Philip Dudley to Casper Lutz, conveyance January 1. bond, for lot No. 5, in square No. 7 in Indi
anapolis. Dated Dec. 10, 1831. February 3. John Jackson and wife to David Elder, deed
of couveyance for lots Nos. 3 and 8, in square
No. 4, in Indianapolis. Dated Jan. 3, 1832. March 10. Thomas Dick to David May, letter of attor
ney to convey land, 130 acres in Sec, 2, T. 15,
N. of R. 3 E. Dated February 10, 1832. July 3. George Fuller and wife to David Benton, letter
of attorney to execute a release of dower. Da
ted June 10, 1832. August 10. Peter Bloom to David Hager, deed of con
veyance for 10 acrés, in the N. E, corner of
Sec. 9, T. 13 N. R.3 E. Dated May 4, 1832. August 23. John Jones to David Gilmer, conveyance
bond for lot No. 1, Square No. 1, in the town of Indianapolis, dated June 12, 1832.
Index to record book.
Balch William, John Davis to Gilmer David, John Jones to, Benton David, George Fuller & Hager David, Peter Bloom to,
Jackson John and wife to David Bloom Peter to David Hager. Elder. Davis John to William Balch. Jones John to David Gilmer. Dick Thomas to David May. Lutz Casper, Philip Dudley to, Dudley Philip to Casper Lutz. May David, Thomas Dick to, Elder David, John Jackson and Mull Richard, Peter Sloan to,
Sioan Peter to Richard Mull. Fuller George and wife to Da
BT Primarily, a notary is one who makes notes, or short draughts of contracts, obligations, and other instruments. At this day, a notary public is a person who publicly attests deeds, or other writings, between merchants, to give them authority in a foreign country.' So important, in some cases, is the attestation of a notary