n argument drawn from inconvenience is of the greatest weight [is forcible] in law. Co. Litt. 66a, 97a, 1526, 25S6; Broom, Max. 184. If truth be told there maintain any deed or tool equivocal expressions, and great trouble must always follow from a single building, its powerful showing that such building is certainly not based on the real objective of grantor; but in which there is no equivocal phrase in the tool, additionally the terms made use of admit just of one definition, arguments of inconvenience prove just want of foresight when you look at the grantor. 3 Madd. 540; 7 Taunt. 496.