Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/48/5
TitleCopy lease from Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton and his mortgagees to John Vessey Machin esquire and others of the tolls and market dues payable at the market held at Worksop, Nottinghamshire; 11 Nov. 1851
Date11 November 1851
Extent8 pp
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Peter Arkwright esq. of Wellersley, Derbyshire (1).

Second Party: Colonel Henry Dawkins of Over Norton, Oxfordshire (2).

Third Party: The Honourable Charles Pelham Clinton (3).

Fourth Party: John Vessey Machin esq. of Gateford Hill in the parish of Worksop, Nottinghamshire; Henry Heming, estate agent of Worksop, Nottinghamshire; Henry Eddison, farmer of Gateford, Nottinghamshire; Edward Girdler, farmer of Netherthorpe, Yorkshire; and John Hopkinson, farmer of Manton in the parish of Worksop, Nottinghamshire (4).

Demise by (1), (2) and (3) to (4) of all the tolls, customs, stallage, pittage and other market dues payable on Worksop Market for a term of 99 years; also includes the right to appoint the clerk of the market.

Reserves all other manorial rights to (3) and his mortgagees; discharges (4) from the mortgages with (1) and (2) [see recitals below].

Agreement between all parties that the market shall move from its present location into the Market House [see recitals below]; and that (4) should execute any proceedings necessary for the removal of the market, and to publish one or more formal notices re. the removal.

(4) covenants to indemnify (1), (2) and (3) from all costs and liabilities; to ensure that there is a market held in the Market house for the 99 years of the term; also contains various covenants re. under-letting.

Lease may be determined if: (4) does not pay the rent within 30 days of it becoming due; if any of the covenants are not performed; or if The Worksop (Nottinghamshire) Corn Exchange and Market Company is dissolved.

Rent: 5 shillings per annum payable to (3); one off payment of 10 shillings each to (1) and (2).

Recitals: (a) fact that as Lord of the Manor of Worksop, Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton is entitled to tolls and market dues payable on Worksop Market, subject to mortgage debts payable to (1) and (2) by indentures dated 11 and 13 Jun. 1839; (b) fact that it is intended to remove the market form the open street into the Market House which was registered under the company name of The Worksop (Nottinghamshire) Corn Exchange and Market Company; (c) fact that (3) has agreed with (4) to demise the tolls and dues for a term of 99 years for a rent of 5 shillings per annum; (d) fact that (1) and (2) have consented.

See also Ne 6 D 2/48/113-116.
Termestate business, leases, Worksop (Nottinghamshire)
markets, Worksop (Nottinghamshire)
taxation, market dues and tolls
rights and privileges, manorial, Worksop (Nottinghamshire)

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA56201Charles Pelham-Clinton; Mortgagees of
NA948Clinton; Charles Pelham- (1813-1894); Lord; son of 4th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; Captain of the Life Guards; M.P. for Sandwich1813-1894
NA13559Arkwright; Peter (1784-1866); Mr; mortgagee to 4th Duke of Newcastle for part of Worksop estate; in receipt of his bond1784-1866
NA13690Dawkins; Henry (1788-1864); Colonel; M.P. Boroughbridge 1824-1830; son of Henry Dawkins M.P.1788-1864
NA56202Machin; John Vessey (fl 1851-1877); Mr; of Gateford Hill Gateford Nottinghamshirefl 1851-1877
NA54217Heming; Henry (fl 1847-1867); Mr; of Worksop Notts; agent to the Dukes of Newcastle under Lynefl 1847-1867
NA56203Eddison; Henry (fl 1851); farmer of Gateford Nottinghamshirefl 1851
NA56204Girdler; Edward (fl 1851); farmer of Netherthorpe Yorkshirefl 1851
NA25896Hopkinson; John (fl 1851); tenant of land at Kilton Farm, Worksopfl 1851
NA27154Worksop Corn Exchange and Market Company
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