|Content Description||First Party: Joshua Robinson, framework knitter of Beeston, Nottinghamshire and Sarah his wife (daughter and sole heir of William Levis, deceased, one of the sons and devisees named in the will of Thomas levis, yeoman late of Beeston, deceased [see Bn 93]).|
Second Party: John Seagrave, gentleman of Bartlets Buildings, Parish of St Andrews, Holborn, Middlesex.
Third Party: William Rawson the elder, hosier of Nottingham.
Lease for a year [Bn 121] and deed [Bn 122] from (1) to (2) and (3) of 1 messuage with barns, stables, etc in Beeston, 10 acres and 2 roods of land dispersed in several pieces in Far Field, 12 acres and 3 roods dispersed in Tuttle Bridge Field, 10 acres 1 and a half roods in Church Field, 5 acres in the Over and Nether Meadows, and Over Flatt, Middle Flatt, Nether Flatt and Ryeland Closes, all of which premises were formerly in the tenure of Thomas Levis deceased and Thomas Cross, and are now in the occupation of Joshua Robinson.
Covenant by (1) to levy to (2), and further agreement for (3) to bring a writ of entry against (2) either in this Hilary term or the next Easter or Trinity terms so that a Common Recovery may be executed; the premises then to be held by (3) until £200 with interest is paid to him by (1).
Signatures: Joshua Robinson, Sarah Robinson, John Seagrave, William Rawson
Witnesses: R. Seagrave, John Cross, Samuel Toulmin, Elias Hardy.
Endorsements: Memorandum that (1) has received £200 from (3).
Accompanied by a bond [Bn 123] dated 27 January 1761 from (1) to (3) in in the sum of £400 for repayment of the debt of £200 with interest on 27 Jul. 1761 and for the performance of covenants specified in Bn 122.