Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/42/218
TitleCopy mortgage from Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton and Lord Thomas Pelham-Clinton to George F. Dickson and Alice Cartwright of two mortgage sums of £4,500 and £14,500 owed to them on a mortgage of the Tuxford estate, Nottinghamshire; 29 Apr. 1848
Date29 April 1848
Extent30 ff
Content DescriptionFirst 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.
Termfinancial affairs, mortgages, Tuxford (Nottinghamshire)
financial affairs, mortgages, securities
financial affairs, Newcastle family
financial affairs, Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton 1848
financial affairs, Lord Thomas Pelham-Clinton 1848

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA55709Chambers; Montagu I. (fl 1848); -; barrister; of Temple Bar Londonfl 1848
NA948Clinton; Charles Pelham- (1813-1894); Lord; son of 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; Captain of the Life Guards; M.P. for Sandwich1813-1894
NA947Clinton; Thomas Charles Pelham- (1813-1882); Lord; son of 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; twin of Lord Charles1813-1882
NA13965Marjoribanks; Edward (1776-1868); Mr; partner in Coutts and Co.1776-1868
NA44651Antrobus; Edmund (1792-1870); 2nd Baronet; succ. 18261792-1870
NA55710Dickson; George F. (fl 1848); Mr; 'esquire'; of Hanover Terrace Regent's Park Middlesexfl 1848
NA55711Cartwright; Alice (fl 1848); Mrs; widow; of Cheltenham Gloucestershirefl 1848
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