(i) Gertrude Gladstone of Hawarden House, Hawarden, widow of William Henry Gladstone of same place, esq., deceased, Henry Neville Gladstone of Sun Court, 67 Cornhill, London, esq., and Herbert John Gladstone of No.4 Cleveland Square, St. James, Westminster, esq., M.P. (executors and trustees of will of William Henry Gladstone).
(ii) Horace Mayhew of Hawarden, colliery proprietor.
Mines and seams of coal (other than cannel coal, and clay under Yard Coal seam not demised by the Mare Hey lease, and clay under same seam) (further specified), at Ewloe with power to work and remove said coal, etc., and use of Aston Hall Colliery Railway from 1 July 1891.
Term: 20 1/2 years.
Rent: £200 dead rent, £2 per acre of land surface used.
Other rents and royalties (specified).