Grants a certain tract of land known as Nip-Nickson, containing about 500
acres, to Nicholas Johnson and Samuel Edsall, who have purchased it from the natives and
proprietors, provided that they plant it within the usual time allotted, and pay to the
Duke of York or his assigns the customary rent. From the New York Secretary's Office,
Lib. Patents I, 35. Certified by Goldsbrow Banyar. Entered before the Commission to
settle the boundary between New York and New Jersey 11 August 1769.
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