|Content Description||Certificate prepared by Samuel Crawley and Thomas Lacy Dickinson as Commissioners for Land Tax for the Hundred of Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire.|
Worksop Manor house, park and demesne lands, together with other lands, woods, plantations, messuages, mills and other property is charged with land tax amouting to £164.19.4.; further details of the specific property can be found in the attached schedule, which also provides names of tenants; various parcels of property in Styrrup [Nottinghamshire] are charged with land tax [names of occupiers, and the amount of land tax charged are provided]; the tithes of the parish of Harworth, Nottinghamshire are also charged with land tax [names of those who hold the tithes, and the amount of land tax charged are provided], totalling £185.8.7 and a farthing;
Also includes a copy of a certificate of contract dated 25 Mar. 1799 certifying that Robert Padley and George Hodgkinson, both Commissioners, have contracted with Charles [Howard, 11th] Duke of Norfolk for his redemption of £184.108.40.206/4. land tax charged upon the property of the Worksop Manor estate; [for full details of the property involved, please consult the attached schedule]; redemption of the charges of land tax on the property at Styrrup and the tithes of Harworth also need to be discharged; total consideration declared as £6799.2.2..
Certified to be a true copy dated 29 Dec. 1837.