Lease to Ebenezer Robinson, 23 January 1844

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Joseph Smith reserve for his own use and for the use of his family the following privileges to wit;
Firstly. All that small sitting Room on the east side of the Bar Room in the South West corner of the
2ondly. The small Bed Room over the said sitting Room and the Bed Room which lays North of the latter being that laying over the alley or passage.
3rdly. All that Room now occupied by on the east end of the , untill such times as another and more suitable place is provided for her.
4thly. The privilege of stabling for 8 horses and 2 Cows in the New Brick Barn aforesaid, if the said Joseph Smith shall see proper to keep as many.
5th. The said Joseph Smith reserves all the wood and chips now chopped and laying on the premises for the use of his own fires, said wood to be brought in by the said if required by the said Joseph Smith
6thly. The privilege of using water and Room & other necessaries for the washing of wearing apparel &c.
7th. The privilege of making such additions & improvements to the aforesaid premises, as the said Joseph Smith shall from time to time see proper.
Now for the considerations aforesaid the said agrees to pay to the said Joseph Smith as an annual rent for the same as follows, to wit:
The sum of one thousand dollars to be paid in quarterly payments of two hundred and fifty dollars each.
2ndly. The said agrees to pay all the and Taxes which may become due during the time he occupies the aforesaid premises
3rdly The said hereby binds himself to leave the said premises at the expiration of this lease, in as good & repair, as they may be at the time of his taking possession thereof; reasonable wear and decay and unavoidable accidents and casualties excepted. [p. [2]]
Joseph Smith reserve for his own use and for the use of his family the following privileges to wit;
Firstly. All that small sitting Room on the east side of the Bar Room in the South West corner of the
2ondly. The small Bed Room over the said sitting Room and the Bed Room which lays North of the latter being that laying over the alley or passage.
3rdly. All that Room now occupied by on the east end of the , untill such times as another and more suitable place is provided for her.
4thly. The privilege of stabling for 8 horses and 2 Cows in the New Brick Barn aforesaid, if the said Joseph Smith shall see proper to keep as many.
5th. The said Joseph Smith reserves all the wood and chips now chopped and laying on the premises for the use of his own fires, said wood to be brought in by the said if required by the said Joseph Smith
6thly. The privilege of using water and Room & other necessaries for the washing of wearing apparel &c.
7th. The privilege of making such additions & improvements to the aforesaid premises, as the said Joseph Smith shall from time to time see proper.
Now for the considerations aforesaid the said agrees to pay to the said Joseph Smith as an annual rent for the same as follows, to wit:
The sum of one thousand dollars to be paid in quarterly payments of two hundred and fifty dollars each.
2ndly. The said agrees to pay all the and Taxes which may become due during the time he occupies the aforesaid premises
3rdly The said hereby binds himself to leave the said premises at the expiration of this lease, in as good repair, as they may be at the time of his taking possession thereof; reasonable wear and decay and unavoidable accidents and casualties excepted. [p. [2]]
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