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Now, therefore, in consideration of the premises, and of one dollar, to it paid by the said Thomas Richardson, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowleged, the said City of Boston doth hereby convey, remise, release, and forever quitclaim unto the said Thomas Richardson, all the land and flats lying easterly of the easterly side of Broad street, and bounded on the north and south by the estates known as the Bull Wharf estate, and the Price or Summer-street Wharf estate, but without any covenant or warranty whatsoever, express or implied, and reserving to the said city, its successors and assigns, the right to maintain forever upon the released premises a sewer extending to the deep water of Fort Point Channel, not exceeding ten feet in width on the outside, and to enter upon the released premises at all times for the purpose of repairing, renewing, rebuilding, maintaining and extending said sewer.
To have and to hold the released premises to the said Thomas Richardson and his heirs and assigns, to his and their own use and behoof forever.
And the said Richardson, in consideration of the premises, and of one dollar to him paid, by the said City of Boston, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, doth hereby convey, remise, release and forever quitclaim unto the said city the right to maintain a sewer, not exceeding ten feet in width on the outside, upon the strip of land or flats hereinbefore described, upon the same line as nearly as may be now occupied by the existing sewer hereinbefore mentioned, and to extend said sewer to the deep water whenever the extension of the neighboring wharfs shall render such extension needful, and at all times to enter upon the said strip of land or flats for the purpose of retaining, renewing, rebuilding, maintaining and extending said sewer.
To have and to hold to the said City of Boston, its successors and assigns, to its and their own use forever.
And the said Richardson further releases the said City of Boston from all claims for damages and all other claims whatsoever growing out of any of the acts of the said city or of its agents or officers, upon or in respect to the said released strip of land or the said sewer.
The said strip of land and the line of the said existing sewer are shown upon the plan hereto annexed, and to be recorded herewith.
And it is hereby expressly agreed and understood by and between the parties hereto, that the making and executing this deed and agreement shall in no way, in law or equity, be used to change, alter, or in any way to affect the rights, duties, obligations and relations of either party hereto in reference to other persons.
In Witness whereof, the said City of Boston has caused these presents to be sealed with its common seal, and to be signed by William Gaston, its Mayor, hereunto duly authorized, and the said Thomas Richardson has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Executed and delivered in
T. F. RICHARDSON.
TH. RICHARDSON (SEAL.]
Suffolk, ss. Boston, May 6, 1872. Then personally appeared the above-named Thomas Richardson, and acknowledged the foregoing instrument to be his free act and deed. Before me,
T. F. RICHARDSON,
Justice of the Peace.