|Content Description||First Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton] 7th Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].|
Second Party: James Burnaston Stone of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of 3 messuages, shops, warehouses, and premises fronting onto the Market Place, 1 shop and premises currently in the occupation of (2), an adjoining shop and premises currently in the occupation of of Josiah Heaps, an adjoining house, shop and premises currently in the occupation of Mrs A. White, the room over the garage of the Newcastle Arms Hotel including rights of support for the room, a stabling yard and premises fronting onto Newcastle Street currently in the occupation of (2); together with a close of land lying on the south side of the Great North Road [all of which are shown on an attached plan]; also gives details of 2 rights of way, the first across a yard belonging to the Newcastle Arms Hotel for the purpose of carrying coal, and the second across a passage between the property conveyed and the Mail Hotel; the conveyance is subject to the terms of a mining lease [see recitals below] and also to existing tenancies.
Reserved to (1): A cellar underneath the shop in the occupation of Mrs A. White; all mines and minerals including the right to work the minerals without the need to leave adequate support for the surface land; the free passage of water and soil.
Gives details of ownership of boundary and internal walls, gutters, etc; (1) acknowleges (2)'s right to the production of documents listed in an appended schedule.
Recitals: (a) fact that (1) is seised of the property in question which is subject to a mining lease with the Wigan Coal and Iron Company, dated 30 Oct. 1896; and (b) fact that (1) has agreed to sell the property to (2).
Includes a single sheet containing plans numbered 1-3; the first plan has part of the property edged pink and shows the cellar and projecting attic room [both mentioned above], the second plan has another part of the property edged pink, and the third shows the separate parcel on land between the Great North Road and Goosemoor Dyke.