1. Benjamin Holloway, city of Bath, c. Somerset, Carpenter.
2. Richard Merchant, Merchant Taylor, and William James, Gent., both of the city of Bath.
3. Richard Ford, Apothecary, one of the Aldermen of the city of Bath.
4. Milo Smith, Mercer, and Thomas Attwood, Glazier, both of the city of Bath.
Reciting: 0028B/1/2/1, 3, 4, and 5
Whereas the interest due on the sum of £500 owing to Richard Ford has been paid but the principle remains due and owing, it is the intent of the parties that the terms and estates purchased by Benjamin Holloway [0028B/1/2/5] should be assigned to Richard Ford for the better securing of the repayment of £500.
3 several messuages built on the void ground lying in Tryme Street, alias Tryme Buildings, p. St. Michaels, as measured and taken from the furthermost part of the said street westward, and adjoining to the way leading from Westgate to the Barton Grounds, in length west to east 46 feet, and from the furthest point southwards north so far as to leave 27 feet between the messuages aforesaid and the residence of Mr Kimpston Mabott, from 1. to 3. for the residue of a term of 99 years.
All those 2 messuages or tenements built by Benjamin Holloway on part of the aforesaid ground, from Richard Merchant to Millo Smith in trust for Richard Ford for the residue of a term of 900 years
All those 2 messuages or tenements built by Benjamin Holloway on part of the aforesaid garden, from William Jones to Thomas Attwood in trust for Richard Ford for the residue of a term of years.
Proviso for redemption upon payment of £500 and interest to Richard Ford by Benjamin Holloway.