|Content Description||First Party: James Meyer esquire of Forty Hall, Enfield, Middlesex; Major Frederick Smart Walker of the Junior United Service Club, Middlesex; and Frederick Willis Farrer esquire of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middlesex [mortgagees of the 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne].|
Second Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton, 7th] Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].
Third Party: Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Company.
(3) convenants with (1) and (2) to construct a railway siding [as shown on Plan B]; states that if (3) ever needs to use the land, they may remove the siding and re-lay it in a more convenient location.
In return (1) and (2) release (3) from the obligation to construct and maintain a level crossing imposed upon them by indenture dated 22 Jul. 1850 [as shown on Plan A]; (2) covenants to maintain all roads to adjoining properties and boundary fencing.
Recitals: (a) fact that property in question [shown on Plan A] was conveyed to (3) by indenture dated 22 Jul. 1850; (b) fact that the property in question forms part of land vested in (1) and (2); (c) fact that (3) has agreed with (2) to extend a railway siding at Claylands in Haggonfields [as shown on Plan B] provided that they are released from constructing and maintaining a level crossing shown on Plan A.
Plan A shows the property conveyed to (3) by indenture dated 22 Jul. 1850 shaded red; shows level crossing referred to above.
Plan B is a diagram of the intended railway siding on the line from Retford to Sheffield; also shows Messrs Warburton's Chemical Works.