|Content Description||First Party: Lord George Henry Cavendish, John Heaton and Pinder Simpson, both of Old Burlington Street, in the parish of St James, Westminster [London].|
Second Party: William Spencer, [6th] Duke of Devonshire, heir at law of Frederick Cavendish who in turn was heir at law of Henry Cavendish.
Third Party: Henry Pelham, [4th] Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].
Lease [wanting] and release from (1) to (3) all that messuage or tenement with all buildings and land in Basford, in the tenure of James Dams and various other closes of land [field names and acreages provided]; some land is enclosed [reference made to the Enclosure Act, see Ne D 751 for details]; enclosed closes of land are referred to by number which appears to correspond with a map [wanting]; both great and small tithes are also released.
Notes that the conveyance is subject to an occasional charge for the repair of the chancel of the parish church of Basford; also a yearly rent charge of £30 issuing out of the messuage and lands for the better securing of the repairs of the chancel; (3) covenants that he will continue to sufficiently keep and repair the chancel of the church.
Recitals: (a) lease and release of 12-13 Aug. 1812 [see copy of release at Ne D 842 for details]; (b) fact that (3) has contracted with (1) for the purchase in fee simple and free from all tithes of all lands and tenements lately of (2) in Basford for the sum of £3,381.