Deed from James Wawowos to Amos Cowles

To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
Know you that I, James Wawowos, of Farmington, now of Stockbridge in the Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England, for consideration of thirteen pounds ten shillings lawful money, received to my full satisfaction [of] Amos Cowles of Farmington in Hartford County do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said Amos Cowles and to his heirs, assigns forever, one piece or parcel of land lying in said Farmington and is situated at a place called Indian Hill on the west side of Pequabuck Meadow, and contains one rood of land, and lyeth in length, north and south, ten rood and in width, east and west, four rods, and is butted on every side on my own land with a dwelling house standing on said land.  To have and to hold the above granted premises with the appertences thereof unto him, the said Amos Cowles, and to his heirs and assigns forever, to his and their and [ illegible ] use and behoof.  And, also, I, the said James Wawowos, do for myself and my heirs, executors, and administrators covenant with the said Amos Cowles and with his heirs and assigns that, at and until the ensealing of these presents, I am well seized of the premises as a good indefeasible estate in fee simple and have good right to bargain and sell the same, in manner and form, as is above written, and that the same is free of all encumbrances whatsoever. And, furthermore, I, the Said James Wawowos, do, by these presents, bind myself and my heirs forever to warrant and defend the above granted and bargained premises to the said Amos Cowles and to his heirs and assigns against all claims and demands whatsoever. 
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal,
James Wawowos, seal
April 16, 1771 in the eleventh year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord, George III of Great Britain, etc., King
Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of Solomon Whitman, Elnathan Whitman
Personally appeared James Wawowos, signer and signer 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 16, 1771
A true entry of a deed recorded September 7, 1771 per Solomon Whitman, Registrar