Grant of annuity of 100 by the Rt Hon George Lord Onslow and Cranley, and William Morland and Thomas Hammersley, to Alexander Higginson of Harley Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex, for 750. The terms of the conveyance of 14-15 Oct by Onslow to his trustees is recited as in -/1 above. Now the trustees additionally hold the Whitehall Plantation, Jamaica, by lease and release of 2-3 Nov 1787. The trust estates are charged with the payment of any charges which were not extinguished by the sale of annuities under the terms of the previous trust (as effected in -/1 above), the limit now being 5000, rather than 4000. The premises recited are all those recited in -/1 above (differences are only in the transcription of spellings or names: as noted where they occur). Premises recited in addition are: The Whitehall Plantation, St Thomas in the East, Jamaica: Comprising 327a of 'sugar work manors or lordships', all equipment and 'all and every negroe and other slaves'; late in the tenure of and James Margetson, for 14 years at 800pa. Surrey manors: The manors of West Clandon, Shalford Bradstone and Clifford, Woking, Bisley, Chobham alias Chobham Bagshot and Windlesham alias Forsters, Papeworth alias Paperworth alias Paper Court (with the capital messuage), Bramley alias Bramley and Onnsted alias Unsted, Worplesdon (purchased by Richard 1st Earl of Onslow from John Childs, and valued at 55pa with a fee farm of 27 7s 4d), Dedswell, and Ripley (late parcel of Newplace or Newark monastery). The deed is endorsed with a deed poll by Higginson declaring that he is conveying the annuity and its arrears to Dennis Berry esq of Howland Street, Rathbone Place, Middlesex, for 762 10s, on 17 Feb 1791 (enrolled in Chancery, 21 Feb 1791)
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