Deed from Samuel Stedman to Solomon Adams

To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting     
Know you that I, Samuel Stedman, of Farmington in the County of Hartford and State of Connecticut in New England, for the consideration of six pounds lawful money, received to my full satisfaction of Solomon Adams, of said Farmington in the County and State aforesaid, do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said Solomon Adams and to his heirs and assigns forever, one piece or parcel of said situated in said Farmington in the Common Field at a place called and known by the name of Venrus's Meadow, containing by estimation forty acres, more or less, butted said bounded, namely, east on a path called Vetrus Path, west on the hill, north on the brook, and south on common land or landowner not known.
To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises with the appurtenances thereof unto him, the said Solomon Adams, and to his heirs, and assigns forever, to his and their own proper use and behoof.  And, also, I, the said Samuel Stedman, do for myself and heirs covenant with the said Solomon Adams, his heirs, and assigns that the same shall remain a good, perfect, and absolute estate of inheritance in fee simple by him to be possessed forever.
And to dispose of accordingly, I witness whereof, I have hereto set my hand and seal
Samuel Stedman, seal
May 12, 1781
Sealed,[1] sealed, and delivered in presence of Solomon Whitman, Mary Root
Personally appeared Samuel Steadman, 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, May 12, 1782
A true entry of a deed recorded, May 27, 1782, per Solomon Whitman, Registrar

[1] Most likely a mistake for signed