(i) Thomas Longueville Longueville of Oswestry, co. Salop, gent.
(ii) William Sadler of 3 Union Court, Old Broad Street, London, mine owner; Edwin John Burn of llanrhaiadr, co. Montgomery, mine agent; and Williams John Sennett of 13 Harefield Terrace, Brockley Road, New Cross, Kent, merchant.
Minerals under common lands called Blaenyglyn, Plas yn Glyn and Penygraig sheepwalks, containing 229 acres, 2 roods and 35 perches, in Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr parish, co. Denbigh.
Term: 21 years.
Rent: 1/14 share of the minerals found.
Includes a plan of Foel Fawr mountain showing the location of lodes and shafts.
Loose within it are: a plan of Blaen-y-Glyn Mines; extracts from the agents' reports on Blaen-y-Glynn Silver-Lead Mine, 1872; notices of determination of lease between T. L. Longueville (trustee to W. C. West) and Messrs Sadler Burn and Sennett, 25th April 1873 and 11th December 1875; a prospectus of 'The North Wales Consolidated Lead Mining Company'; and correspondence, 10th May 1873, 7th October 1873, 31st December 1874, and 1st February 1875.