Lease for 42 years, rent £50 yearly and royalty of 5 shillings for every wey of coal or culm which shall at any time during said term be worked, raised, landed and sold out of and from mines, veins and seams of coal and culm hereby demised, 13 May 1834; (i) Paul Bevan of Tottenham, county of Middlesex, coal merchant, to (ii) Thomas Starling Benson, Hart Logan, William Edmond Logan, Starling Benson and Henry Logan, all of Swansea, county of Glamorgan, merchant and copartners.; Messuages or tenements, cottages, closes and enclosures of land commonly called Penlan near to village called Penclawdd, parish of Llanrhidian, county of Glamorgan, containing 17 acres and 4 perches more or less and now or late in several occupations of John Morgan, William Bowen, William Bennett Matthews, William Eaton, Samuel Eaton and others as tenants at will. Secondly all mines, veins and seams of coal and culm which now are opened, found out or discovered or which hereafter can, shall or may be opened, found out or discovered in, upon or under all said lands, hereditaments and premises hereinbefore firstly described and demised; Plan, no scale

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      GB 216 D/D SB 12/10
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      13 May 1834
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