1. William Palmer, late of the city of Bath, c. Somerset, Grocer, now of the city of Bristol
2. Richard Marchant, city of Bath, Gent.
3. Thomas Harris, city of Bath, Carpenter
4. James Gully, city of Bristol, Ironmonger
Whereas default was made on payment of the sum of £300 from 1. to 2., the interest of 2. in the premises became absolute in law.
Whereas default was made on payment of the sum of £100 from 3. to 4., the interest of 4. in the premises became absolute in law.
Whereas the several sums of £300 and 3100 are still due and owing but all interest thereon has been paid.
Whereas 2. has called in the sum of £300 so due to him, 1. has requested the sum of £500 from 4. to which 4. has agreed.
all that messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse together with a backside thereto adjoining and belonging, situate without the Abbey gate, p. St. James, having a tenement of Catherina Jones on the north, a piece of ground formerly called Great Shary Stables but now built into a tenement belonging to Dr. Bettenson on the south, a garden and stables heretofore of Mr Simon Sloper and late of Dr. Bettenson on the east, and openeth onto a way leading from the Abbey towards a ground called the Ham on the west; and also a 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 in the occupation of the said William Palmer. And also a plot of ground belonging to the above mentioned messuage, lying behind the messuage above mentioned to be in possession of Catherina Jones, which said plot of ground is also in the occupation of Catherina Jones, and containing 15 feet 4 inches on the west, 24 feet 10 inches on the north, 24 feet on the south, and 17 feet on the east. Now converted into four tenements and in the several occupations of Thomas Griffiths, Haberdasher of small wares and Cabinetmaker, _____ Orchard, Widow, Samuel Bond, Chair Carrier, and Benjamin Matthews, Bookseller.
Consideration: £300 from 4. to 2., the return of bonds to 1. and 3. so that they may be cancelled, and £100 from 4. to 1.