Grant of an annuity from Lord John George Lennox to James Brownson of Norwich, esq., secured on properties [named] in Sussex.
Recites will, 4 Dec. 1806, of Charles, 3rd Duke of Richmond, whereby the properties were held in trust for the lifetime of Henriette Anne Dorrien (therein called Henriette Anne Le Clerc) for her benefit and after her death in trust for testator's great-nephew. Lord John George Lennox. Refers to Mrs. Mary Blesard (then called Mrs. Bennett) as a beneficiary if she should have a son before or within 10 months after testator's death. Recites (i) that no such son was born; (ii) that Henriette Anne Dorrien is still living and has a son under the age of 21; (iii) that Lord John George Lennox has agreed with Brownson for the absolute sale to him of an annuity of £155 for 99 years, or the life of Lord John George Lennox, for £1500, after the death of Henriette Anne Dorrien.