Deed from James Wawawos to Samuel Adams

Know all men by these presents that I, James Wawowos, late of Farmington in said County of Hartford, now of Stockbridge in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, for consideration of ten pounds lawful money received to my full satisfaction of Samuel Adams of Farmington in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut, do give, grant, remise, and release, and forever quit claim unto the said Samuel Adams and to his heirs, assigns forever all my right, title, interests, claim, and demand that I ought or might have in or to one parcel or tract of land granted by the inhabitants of the Town of Farmington, May 22, 1673,[1] to the Tribe of Indians then living in said Farmington, containing two hundred acres situated on the west side of Pequabuck Meadow which accrues or descends to me from my ancestors then belonging to said Indian Tribe with all the improvement I have made on said land with the fruit trees and fences thereto belonging as the same lyeth undivided with rest at said tract of land.
To have and to hold the above granted, remised, and released premises to him, said Samuel Adams, and to his heirs and assigns forever, to his and their own proper and behoof, and, furthermore, I, the James Wawowos, do by these presents bind myself and my heirs forever to warrant and defend the above released and remised premises to him, said Samuel Adams, and to his heirs and assigns [2] against any person or persons claiming the same from by or under me.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set hand and seal,
James Wawawos, seal
In the eleventh year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord, George III of Great Britain, etc., King , April 17, 1771
Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of Solomon Whitman, Mary Root
Personally appeared James Wawowos, signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument and acknowledged the same to be his free act and deed before me, Solomon Whitman, Justice of the Peace, Hartford County in the jurisdiction of Farmington, April 17, 1771                  
A true entry of a deed recorded per Solomon Whitman, Registrar, December 5, 1775
[2] Deleted Text: forever