|Content Description||Rental [which can be found from pp 1-33] includes a full list of the names of tenants, a record of arrears to Michaelmas 1808, a record of one year's rent due at Michaelmas 1809, details of the amount received and details of the arrears due; also includes details of acknowledgements and chief rents where appropriate; rental covers the following places: Basford, Brinsley, Bevercotes, Bothamsall, Beckingham, Cromwell, Cropwell Butler, Calverton, West Drayton, Elkesley, Egmanton, Eaton, Flawborough, Gamston, Haughton, Haughton Park, Hucknall [Torkard?], Holme and Muskham [North?], Kirton, Lound Hall, Lowdham, Mansfield, Morton, Marnham, East Markham, West Markham [later Markham Clinton], Milton [Harworth Parish] and Tuxford, Martin and Scaftworth, Mattersey, Maplebeck, Nottingham, Ordsall, Ollerton, Saundby, Walesby, Wheatley [North?], and Walkeringham and Misterton.|
Rental includes an abstract of the collection, arranged by individual estate; available at pp 32-33.
Account [which can be found on pp 37-75] contains details of payments from the estates from 1808 to 1810, for taxes such as income tax and land tax, tithes, wood, repairs, and sundries such as salary for killing moles and collecting cows into Nottingham Park; these are also arranged by individual estate.
An abstract of the payments from the estates collected, arranged by individual estate, is available on p 54.
The account includes separate details of expenditure relating to Gamston Enclosure [p 57], West Markham and Milton Enclosure [p 58], and Haughton Park [p 58].
Also available [from p 59] is a summary of payments from the central Clumber Estate [Clumber Park], including: repair expenses, for example of plantation fences; an account of keepers' wages and allowances; expenses relating to Clumber Stables; expenses relating to Clumber Garden and Pleasureground, such as the purchase of ale, and of frames for stove flues; an account of gratuities; an account of the expenses of the Clumber establishment, including those for meat, groceries, flour, fruit, malt and mercers; and finally an account of miscellaneous payments, for example for burning charcoal, the engraving of plate, and for donation to the poor.
The annual balance sheet can be found on pp 74-75; this provides an abstract of the receipts and payments for 1809 and indicates that the balance was £27,269.0.1/4.
Much of the second half of the volume is blank.
The spellings of place names in this record have been modernised from the original for the purpose of consistency.