Contracts to sell personalty may be so closely connected with a contract concerning some interest in realty that the entire contract may be enforceable specifically, although by themselves the provisions concerning personalty would not entitle the party seeking relief to specific performance. Thus a contract to convey real and personal property together may be enforced specifically, as a contract to sell a furnished house.1

Whitman, 10 Conn. 121; 25 Am. Dec. 60; Kimball v. Morton, 5 N. J. Eq. 26; Hager v. Reed, 11 0. S. 626; Goodwin, etc., Co.'s Appeal, 117 Pa. St. 514; 2 Am. St. .Rep. 696; 12 Atl. 736.

21 Johnson v. Brooks, 93 N. Y. 337.

22 Draper v. Stone, 71 Me. 175.

23 Cowles v. Whitman, 10 Conn.

121; 25 Am. Dec. 60; Hager v. Reed, 11 O. S. 626.

24 Burton v. Shotwell, 13 . Bush (Ky.) 271; Leach v. Fobes. 11 Gray (Mass.) 506; 71 Am. Dec. 732.

25Perin v. Megibben, 53 Fed. 86; 3 C. C. A. 443.

1 Fowler v. Sands, 73 Vt. 236; 50 Atl. 1067.

So a contract to cut trees on a specific tract of realty and to saw them into lumber,2 or to cut trees on a specified tract of realty, manufacture them into wood-pulp, and sell the wood-pulp to the party seeking relief,3 are enforced specifically, since they are looked upon as passing an interest in realty.