|Content Description||First Party: Peter Arkwright esquire of Willersley, Derbyshire.|
Second Party: Colonel Henry Dawkins esquire of Over Horton near Chipping Horton, Oxfordshire.
Third Party: Edward Marjoribanks esquire, of the Strand, Middlesex; and Sir Edmund Antrobus bart.
Fourth Party: Henry Pelham [F. Pelham-Clinton, 5th] Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne].
Fifth Party: The Local Board of Health for the District of Worksop.
Copy conveyance from (4) to (5) [with the consent of (1), (2) and (3)] of a piece of land at Kilton, measuring 1 acre and 32 perches, bounded by the River Ryton in the south and by the Chesterfield and Stockwith Canal in the east [details of other boundaries provided]; to be held in Trust by (5) for the purposes of 'The Public Health Act 1848'; discharges property from all mortgages listed an appended schedule; includes covenants for the production of deeds.
Recitals: (a) fact that (4) is seised of a well and supply in the hereditaments in question, which are subject to several mortgages [listed in an appended schedule]; (b) fact that (1), (2) and (3) are all entitled to sums of money secured by the mortgages; (c) fact that (4) has agreed to sell the property in question to (5).
Includes a plan entitled 'Worksop Sewerage Works. Land Proposed to be purchased for Outlet Works'; the property in question is shaded pink; part of the property appears to be a proposed road leading to Bracebridge Road; shows an altered course of the River Ryton.