|Content Description||First Party: Edward, Lord Harley and Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley, his wife.|
Second Party: William, Viscount Cheyne of Newhaven; and John Morley the elder of Halsted, Essex, Esq.
Third Party: Richard Bentley, DD, Master of Trinity College in the University of Cambridge.
Fourth Party: Joseph Martyn of London, merchant; William Fellows of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, Esq.; and Thomas Andrews of London, Esq.
Assignment by (3) to (4) of lands specified in Arrington and Wimpole, Cambridgeshire for the residue of a term of 1000 years, to secure £5000 and interest by way of mortgage. Appointment by Lady Henrietta of Morley as receiver of the rents and declaration of trusts by (1) and (2) as additional security.
Recites the marriage settlement of (1) (Pl F3/2/3-4) and subsequent declaration to (2) for raising up to £10000 on the premises.
Consideration: £5000 by (4) to (3).
Endorsed, 24 Oct. 1716:
Release by Fellows and Andrews to Martyn (whose property the principal money is).