|Content Description||First Party: Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone esquire, one of Her Majesty's Privy Councillors; and the Right Hon. George Warren, Lord de Tabley [Trustees of the Will of the 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne].|
Second Party: Walter Warburton, manufacturing chemist, of Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
Counterpart lease from (1) to (2) of land and buildings used for the manufacture of 'wood acid' and other chemicals, situated on the north side of Sandy Lane in Workop, measuring 13 acres 3 roods and 7 perches [as shown on plan]; includes the right for (2) to erect additional buildings, roads, railway siding, watercourses, reservoir, etc; also includes the right to use any clay excavated for the purpose of making bricks, and the right to use soil or sand for the purpose of making a new siding.
Reserves all minerals to (1), but does not allow (1) to sink any pits or shafts without the permission of (2); also reserves all timber and gaming rights to (1).
Covenants by (2): To build any additional buildings in a proper fashion; to pay the rent on time; to maintain all buildings and boundary fences; to properly cultivate any of the property not used to manufacture chemicals.
Includes further conditions re. buildings to be erected on the property; insurance; under-letting; payment of rent; notice periods to end lease; payment of compensation by (2) for inconvenience caused by manufacturing process, etc
Rent: £100 in equal quarterly payments.
Contains plan which shows the parcel of land outlined in pink, roads shaded yellow, and ponds shaded blue; buildings are shaded red or hatched in black.
Memo reads 'a new lease granted of this property to Mr Warburton dated 21 Dec. 1885'.