|Content Description||First Party: Montagu Innes Chambers, barrister at law, of Child's Place, Temple Bar [London].|
Second Party: Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton.
Third Party: Lord Thomas Charles Pelham-Clinton.
Fourth Party: Edward Marjoribanks, esquire, of the Strand, Middlesex and Sir Edmund Antrobus, baronet, also of the Strand.
Fifth Party: George Frederick Dickson, esquire, of Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, Middlesex and Alice Cartwright, widow, of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
In consideration of the sum of £3,300 paid to (4) by (5) at the request of (2) and (3) and of the sum of £11,700 paid to (2) and (3) by (5) assignment from (1), (2), (3) and (4) to (5) of the sum of £4,500 due to be transferred to (2) and the sum of £14,500 due to be transferred to (3); the two sums to be held by (5) as if their own proper monies, with power to sue for recovery; redeemable on repayment of the £15,000; sets out arrangements for the payment of interest at half yearly intervals; includes usual covenants; includes covenant by (2) and (3) for the production of title deeds.
Includes schedule of property contained in the orignal mortgage debt and property subsequently released from it.
Recitals: (a) release dated 13 Feb. 1821 being a mortgage in the sum of £38,000; (b) death of Sir James Mansfield and details of his will; (c) indenture dated 23 Oct. 1823 by which some of the mortgaged property was released from the security; (d) indenture dated 25 Oct. 1823 being a demise of the released property for a term of 99 years; (e) release dated 15 Sep. 1824 being an assignment of the £38,000 mortgage; (f) indenture dated 31 Mar. 1828 being an assignment of part of the mortgage debt; (g) indenture dated 8 Sep. 1830 being a further assignment of a portion of the mortgage debt; (h) indenture dated 20 May 1834 being a covenant to stand seized; (i) indenture dated 2 Feb. 1835 by which (1) and (2) accepted their settlement money [amounting to a total of £19,000] and arrangements to have their securities assigned to them.
(j) death of Frederick Mundy in 1846 without having made the assignment; (k) fact that Frederick Mundy died intestate; (l) details of his letters of administration; (m) indenture dated 11 Mar. 1845 being an assignment from (3) of his share of a mortgage sum totalling £14,500 together with the annual proceeds from the same in return for £2,000; (n) indenture dated 22 Sep. 1846 by which the same mortgage sum was charged with a further £1,300 by (3); (o) fact that the sums of £2,000 and £1,300 remain owing by (3); (p) fact that (5) have agreed to advance (2) and (3) the sum of £15,000 secured by assignment of £4,500 and £14,500 agreed to be transferred to (2) and (3) respectively; (q) fact that it has been agreed that the total of £3,300 owed by (3) will be discharged out of the £15,000.
It is unclear why this particular document has found its way into this bundle, which relates primarily to the purchase of the Tuxford estate by the 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.