|Content Description||First Party: William Williamson, esquire of Monk Wearmouth, Durham.|
Second Party: John [Holles, 3rd] Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Declaration by (1) that the agreement made between him and (2) for the purchase of the property recited at (a) below, in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire, stated that (2) was not to pay interest on the £2000. for (1)'s sisters, nor to any one else for the discharging of any of the debts or legacies; also that (1) was obliged to discharge the estate of all incumberances of Sir Thomas Williamson, except for those agreed to be discharged by (2); covenant by (1) to indemnify (2) from paying interest on the sum of £2000..
Recitals: (a) fact that (1) and his trustees has conveyed to (2) all the property in Walkeringham, Nottinghamshire which lately belonged to Sir Thomas Williamson, and that diverse terms of years have also been assigned to be kept on foot in trust for (2); (b) the property was charged with several debts and legacies, which are listed in an attached schedule to an assignment dated 4 Mar. 1704 [see Ne D 4143]; (c) the 4 sisters of (1) are demanding the sum of £37.10.0. as interest due on the £2000. devised to them by the will of Sir Thomas [see Ne D 4138].
Dated 20 Jun. 1704 3 Anne.