And declaration (1743) by Lucy Baynes, daughter of Serjeant Baynes, (witnessed by Francis Leigh, her intended husband, and Hutton Perkins) acknowledging receipt from her mother of various items of plate and relinquishing her claim to all other items in the inventory, all of which had been bequeathed to her mother for her life or widowhood and afterwards to Lucy Baynes
Also, loose, 2 items relating to the inventory and a receipt by Lucy Leigh for receipts for stock bought for her by her mother, Mary Baynes, in 1750
Mary Baynes was the maternal aunt of Richard Antonie (who bequeathed his property to William Lee later William Lee Antonie). She was the wife of John Baynes esq, serjeant-at-law and the mother of Lucy Baynes who married Francis Lee esq
The front of the volume has previously been as an exercise book by [... Baynes] containing rules and practice of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and "practice"
Rule of Three