|Content Description||First Party: Henry Pelham-Archibald Douglas [Pelham-Clinton], 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.|
Second Party: Joseph hallam, farmer, of Holme, Nottinghamshire.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of messuages, buildings, parcels of land and hereditaments in Holme, containing 122.29 acres [as described in schedule 1]; also of eight cow gates [over the land known as 'The Marshes'] and specified rights of way; reserves to (1) all mineral rights, the reversion of a mining lease to the Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited dated 30 Oct. 1896, full and free passage and running of water and soil from adjoining properties, the fee simple of 'The Marshes' and the fee simple of all manorial rights; notes that the conveyance is subject to the existing agricultural and sporting tenancies and to the mining lease; covenant by (2) to adhere to the conditions in schedule 2; acknowledgement by (1) of (2)'s right to the production of the deeds listed in schedule 3.
Schedule 1: full details of the plans to be conveyed including the number of each parcel on the associated plan, a description, whether the parcels is grass, arable or building and the acreage of each parcel.
Schedule 2: list of rules subject to which the cow gates are granted.
Schedule 3: list of deeds to which (2) has rights of production.
Includes a plan with the property in question coloured pink; the land over which the cow gates apply is coloured green; the plan is drawn to a six inch ordnance scale and is marked with the River Trent, Holme Church, the Midland Railway, various roads and a compass showing north.