|Content Description||First Party: Henry P.A.D. [Pelham-Clinton, 7th] Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.|
Second Party: William John Arthur Charles James [Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th] Duke of Portland.
Agreement for the sale from (1) to (2) of all messuages, farms, land and hereditaments in the parishes of Worksop and Whitwell [as described in the appended schedule and shown on attached plan]; together with all timber, all mines, minerals, stone and gravel lying above the Top Hard seam of coal, and the Worksop Rectorial Tithe; property in Whitwell is subject to Rectorial Tithe Rent Charge of £28.16.3 and Land Tax of £3.10.6.
The Top Hard seam of Coal and all mines and minerals above this seam are reserved to (1), including the right to work the minerals.
Contains various other stipulations re. the agreed conveyance.
Contains a schedule of the property to be conveyed, being the Manor Hills in Worksop; Woods on Sloswicks Farm; Sloswicks Farm in the parish of Worksop occupied by Mr T. Arthur; property in the parish of Worksop occupied by Mr William Stubbings; property in the parish of Worksop occupied by Mr T. Woodward; property in the parish of Worksop occupied by Booth and Hopkinson; property in the parish of Worksop occupied by Mr George Barlow; the Toll House Garden in the parish of Worksop; various woodland in the parishes of Worksop and Whitwell; property occupied by Sidney Smith in the parish of Whitwell; property in the parish of Whitwell occupied by Mr J.C. Harris; property in the parishes of Worksop and Whitwell occupied by Mrs Rooth; and property in the parish of Whitwell occupied by Mr Futtitt.
Includes a plan which shows the property in question shaded pink and green; colour relates to value of tithe commuted.