1. Henry Patrick of 18 Southampton Street Fitzroy Square London esquire. Charles George Calland, John Forbes Calland, Augustus Percival Calland of 83, Upper Norton Street, Portland Place, London, esquire and Robert Denby Woodifield of the Custom House in the City of London, esquire of the one part; 2. Joseph Martin of the Middle Temple n the City of London, esquire, and William Martin of Cwmgelly in the Parish of Llangyfelach in the County of Glamorgan of the other part. Lease of certain premises commonly known as the Rose Copper Works, now in the occupation of Messieurs Williams Foster and Company, and also a certain piece or parcel of land being part of Ynis Howell Farm, adjoining the aforementioned premises and south of the present slag heaps belonging to the said Rose Copper Works, lying between the River Tawe and the Trewyddfa Canal for a term of 63 years at a rent of £70 until 29 September 1844 and also yielding and paying after the said 29 September 1844 the sum of £230 for the residue and remainder of the said term hereby demised on 25 March and 29 September in every year by even and equal payments without making any deduction or abatement out of the same by reason of the land tax, sewers rate or any other taxes rates or assessments whatsoever whether already charged or imposed upon the said demised premises or part thereof of which may at any time hereafter during the said term be assessed or imposed thereupon or payable in respect of the same. Plan of part of Ynis Howell Farm n the Parish of Llangyfelach attached. 10 March, 1837

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      GB 216 D 218/3
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