Peter Manwaring of Lyme
As recorded in the Lyme land records, Book 15, p. 396, in an indenture dated 13 April 1782 and recorded on 15 April 1782, Peter Manwarring of Lyme, grandson of Mrs. Ester Manwarring of said Lyme, sold to William Angel of New London "all that Estate lying and being in said Lyme, which has Derived to me from my father Peter Manwarring De (illegible) of said C (illegible) the lands or Chattles be divided as they may be with all the Priviledges & appurtenances thereof, thereon or thereunto belonging . . . Notwithstanding these Prese (illegible) are on condition that if the said Peter Manwarring shall without fraud (?) pay the said William Angel Fifty Pounds lawful mony on Demand with Interest if not payed by the second day of August . . . (ellipsis in the original) then ye above is void and not Else."
William Angel of New London is probably William Angel (1742-1830), who appears to have resided in New London and Lyme until he moved to Block Island RI in about 1782.
I have not verified this excerpt, but have this information from a reliable anonymous angel.