1. James Gully, city of Bristol, Ironmonger
2. William Palmer, city of Bristol, Grocer
3. William Harding, city of Bath, c. Somerset, Cabinetmaker
4. William Brooke, city of Bath, Brushmaker
Whereas the sum of £500 was not paid the interest of 1. in the premises became absolute in law, but 2. has since paid to 1. the sum of £200, £300 and £6 interest remaining due and owing.
Whereas 3. has recently purchased from 2. the freehold of the premises by Lease and Release, 23-24 March 1753 [0028L/7]
From 1. to 4. in trust for 3. all that new erected messuage formerly one lower room, one chamber above the said lower room, and one cockloft over the said chamber, in p. St. James, city of Bath, between a gate formerly called the Abbey Gate on the north, a tenement called the Coachhouse now belonging to Catherina Jones, Spinster, on the south, a backside formerly of John Orange on the east, and the Leere land on the west, now divided into 2 tenements.
Consideration: £306 from 3. to 1. in full satisfaction of the principle sum, and being part of the purchase money of the Lease and release aforesaid [0028L/7]