|Content Description||First Party: Edward, Lord Harley and Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley (his wife).|
Second Party: William, Viscount Cheyne; Peter Walter of the parish of St Margaret Westminster, Middlesex, Esq.; John Morley of Halsted, Essex, Esq. (trustees for sale under the 1719 act).
Third Party: John Hiccocks, Esq., Senior Master of the High Court of Chancery.
Mortgage by demise of 1000 years by (2) to (3) of the manor of Sibthorpe, the capital messuage called the Chauntry or College House, the rectory and tithes of Sibthorpe and estates there and in Cotham alias Cottam, Flintham, East Stoke, Thorpe, Elston, Syerston and Kneeton, Nottinghamshire and at Kirkby, Nottinghamshire (tenants and rentals specified), to secure £16000 and interest at 4.5%.
Recites the act of Parliament (Pl F3/2/17) and orders of the Court of Chancery in connection with the Duchess of Montagu's lunacy.
See also Pl F5/9/15-16.
Consideration: £16000 by (3) to (2), being money of the Duchess of Montagu.