|Content Description||First Party: The personal representatives of the late 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.|
Second Party: The London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: James Hole and Company Limited.
Conveyance from (1) and (2) to (3) of all the property in North Muskham set out in schedule 1; reserves to (1) and (2) the rights and privileges set out in schedule 2; notes that the conveyance is suject to the mining lease referred to at (a) below and also to easements of the Trent Navigation Company; acknowledgement by (1) of (3)'s right to the production of deeds set out in schedule 3.
Recitals: (a) fact that the late 7th Duke was seized of the property in question subject to a mining lease to the Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited, dated 30 Oct. 1896; (b) agreement dated 5 Apr. 1927 by which it was agreed the late duke would convey the property in question and other property to (2); (c) death of the 7th Duke and details of his will; (d) agreement for sale of the property in question.
Schedule 1: full details of the property to be conveyed, namely 17.060 acres of land in North Muskham including the Newcastle Arms, gardens and towpath; includes parcel numbers on the 1898 O.S. map, the name of the tenant of each parcel, a description and the area of each parcel in acres; notes that the conveyance includes all rights of way and also all fishing rights.
Schedule 2: details of reservations to (1) and (2) namely all mineral rights, the reversion of the mining lease referred to at (a) above, full and free passage and running of water and soil from adjoining lands and the bed of the River Trent.
Schedule 3: list of deeds to which (3) has rights of production.
Inlcudes a plan with the property in question shaded grey [this was pink on the original]; the plan is drawn to a scale of 1/2500 and is marked with various buildings and roads, the River Trent and a compass showing north.
Ne 6 D 2/35/48/2 is a typescript agreement for the sale dated 30 Jan. 1931; this also contains a plan.