Grant (counterpart), for 21 years, from first day of May now next ensuing date hereof, 3s 6d for every weigh of coal that shall be wrought, raised landed (and so proportionably for lesser quantity than weigh), accounting 61 carrier’s bags or sacks to each payable weigh according to size of bags or sacks now used for carrying of coal at or near river of Burry and two bags to be delivered weekly by James Griffitts to Franklin Mathews at pit side at or upon demand during term, 14 Mar 1729; Franklin Mathews of parish of Llangyfelach, gentleman, to James Griffiths of town of Swansea, merchant: Vein of coal called new vein lying in, under and throughout certain field of Franklin Matthews, now in possession of David John, part of certain lands called Gwerneagored (Gwern Agored) at or near place called Penclawth (Penclawdd)

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      GB 216 D/D SB 16/12
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