|Content Description||First Party: Edward, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer; and Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford and Countess Mortimer (his wife).|
Second Party: William Mompesson, Clerk, Vicar of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire; William Whitehead and Philip Ellis, both of Mansfield, gentlemen (legatees of Faith Clerkson).
Third Party: John Clerkson of Greys Inne, Middlesex, Esq. (administrator of the will of Faith Clerkson of Mansfield, spinster, deceased).
Appointment by (1) to Viscount Cheyne et al. (the trustees of a term of 1000 years created by Pl F3/3/17 of 1726) to raise £2204 19s 8d to be paid to (2) and £4909 2s 10d to be paid to (3) under the terms of the trust. [The sum of £7000 mentioned in the schedule to Pl F3/3/20 as due for the purchase of an estate in Newark.]
Recites previous mortgages and litigation concerning Robert Williamson, later a bankrupt, who owned the site of Newark Castle and market rights and tolls in the borough of Newark; the purchase by John, Duke of Newcastle; the 1719 Act of Parliament (Pl F3/2/17); the will of Faith Clerkson; the 1726 trust deed (Pl F3/3/16); and related matters.