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The Lord Ordinary grants warrant to messengers-at-arms to serve the said petition and this deliverance on the said G.H. as prayed for, and ordains the said G.H. within thirty days [or sixty days, as the case may be] after the date of such service, to procure himself entered and infeft in the lands and others described in the petition, and to enter the petitioner in the same, on payment of the duties and casualties exigible on such entry, or else to show cause for delaying or refusing to do so, with certification that if he fail he shall forfeit and amit all right to the said superiority in terms of the said Act.
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