|Content Description||First Party: Edward, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer; and Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford and Mortimer.|
Second Party: Peter Walter of St Margarett's Westminster, Middlesex, Esq.; and John Morley of Halstead, Essex, Esq. (surviving trustees).
Third Party: William Thomas and Samuel Hopkins, both of London, gentlemen.
Fourth Party: Sir Rowland Hill of Hawkestow, Salop, Baronet; Samuel Hill of Shenston Park, Staffordshire, Esq.; and Thomas Hill of the parish of St James, Westminster, Middlesex, Esq.
Fifth Party: William Shaw of the parish of St James, Westminster, Middlesex, Esq.
Assignment by (3), at the direction of (1) and (2), to (5) of the property at Brampton, Derbyshire for the residue of the term of 1000 years created in May 1720 in trust for (4), to act as a mortgage by demise to secure £2400 and interest from (1) to (4).
Recites the act of Parliament (Pl F3/2/17), proceedings in the cause of the Duke of Grafton v Robinson, in Chancery, the mortgage Pl F3/3/6 and its repayment (Pl F3/3/31-32).
Consideration: £2400 by (4) [being the same £2400 used to pay Sir Thomas Robinson in Pl F3/3/31].