|Content Description||First Party: William, Duke and Earl of Portland, Marquess of Tichfield, Viscount Cirencester and Baron of Woodstock.|
Second Party: Peter Walter of the parish of St Margarett, Westminster, Middlesex, Esq.; and John Lucas of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman.
Third Party: Thomas Swan of the parish of St Margarett, Westminster, Middlesex, gentleman.
Lease and release by (1) to (2), to make a tenant to the praecipe, of:
The manors of Bulstrode alias Temple Bulstrode and Fulmer, Buckinghamshire; the mansion of Bulstrode House with appurtenances and the park of Bulstrode Park; and all (1)'s estates in Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Gyles, Hodgerley, Fulmer, Langley, Upton, East Burnham, Amersham and Iver alias Ever, Buckinghamshire;
The mansion of Theobalds House, Cheshunt; Theobalds Park; and all (1)'s estates in Cheshunt, Enfield, Northall and Waltham in the counties of Hertfordshire and Middlesex;
Soho Fields (previous names given) containing 27a. 2r. of land, in the parishes of St Martin-in-the-Fields, St Giles-in-the-Fields, and St Anne, Westminster, Middlesex, laid out as streets: King's Square alias Soho Square, Greek Street, Church Street [modern Romilly Street], Moore Street, Compton Street [modern Old Compton Street], Frith Street, Charles Street, Sutton Street, Queen Street [modern Bateman Street], Deane Street, Falconberg Court, north side of King Street [modern Shaftesbury Avenue], west side of Crowne Street alias Hog Lane [modern Charing Cross Road], south side of Acton Road alias Oxford Street, Bow Street, Crowne Court, Great Chappell Street, Little Chappell Street, St Annes Court, Milke Alley [modern Bourchier Street], Wardour Street, Rose Street [modern Manette Street], Berwicke Street, Tweed Street and Marlborough Court;
A moiety of the manors of Tichfield alias Titchfield, Sigenworth, Swanwicke, Charke, Lee Brittaine, Marke Lee, Mirabell, Crofton, Newland, Brownwicke, Hooke Vallence, Hooke Mortimer, Longstocke, Botley and Fairthorne, Hampshire; the site of the monastery of Titchfield; the rectory of Whipstrode St James; the advowsons of Titchfield, Botley and of the free chappel of Whipstrode St James; and all (1)'s estates in Tichfield, Fareham, Botley, Kingsworthy, Longstocke, Rowner and Whipstrode.