9, in the Second Concession of Township of Puslinch and which said parcel and tract of land is butted and bounded as may be otherwise known as follows that is to say - COMMENCING at the northeast angle of said Lot; THENCE North 77 East 8 rods; THEN South 16 28' E 17 rods; THEN South 70 West 8 rods; THEN North 16 28' W 17 rods to place of beginning.
To have and to hold the said above granted premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances thereof to the said parties of the Third Part, their successors and assigns to them and their own use forever to, for and upon the trusts, uses and conditions and purposes of the said indenture mentioned and by the same indenture it is witnessed that the said Mary Ellis, the wife of the said party of the First part of the second part, for and in consideration of Five Shillings to her in hand paid by the said parties of the Third part, both remised, released and forever relinquished her dower in the said premises unto them the said parties of the third part, their successors and assigns, which indenture is witnessed by Samuel C.
Edward Ellis of Township of Puslinch, County of Wellington, Province of Canada, first part, Mary Ellis, his wife of said party first part, of the second part, and George Sterling gr., Edward Ellis, James Eagle, Thomas Ellis and Peter Lamont of Township, County and Province aforesaid and William Ellis and Jos.
Copeland of the Township of Waterloo, County of Waterloo of the third part, convey, confirm unto said parties of the third part their successors, assigns, all that certain parcel or tract of land situate in the Township of Puslinch, County of Wellington and Province of Canada containing by one acre be the same more or less being composed of the Northwest angle of the South half of Lot No.
As regards the functions of spirits in the world, and their active relations to the visible order of things, see GUARDIAN ANGELS and DEMONOLOGY.
Scripture abounds in instances of their dealings with men, chiefly in the character of intermediaries between God and His servants.
The latter is intrinsically dependent on matter and conditioned by its laws ; the former is characterized by freedom or the power of self-determination; "spirit" in this sense is essentially personal.
Hegelianism, indeed, in its doctrines of Subjective, Objective, and Absolute Spirit, tries to maintain the categories of spiritual philosophy (freedom, self-consciousness and the like), in a Monistic framework.
The use of this term to signify the supernatural life of grace is the explanation of St.They are the heralds who announce his commands, and often too the ministers who execute His justice.They take a benevolent interest in the spiritual good of men ( Luke ). The hypothesis of "spirits" in this sense was familiar to the Scholastic age, in fact down to the end of the eighteenth century, "animal spirits", "vital spirits", "natural spirits" were acknowledged agencies in all physiological phenomena (cf. Accordingly we find the word "spirit" used in several different but allied senses: (1) as signifying a living, intelligent, incorporeal being, such as the soul ; (2) as the fiery essence or breath (the Stoic pneuma ) which was supposed to be the universal vital force; (3) as signifying some refined form of bodily substance, a fluid believed to act as a medium between mind and the grosser matter of the body.