Lease (counterpart), for 14 years, from 25 March last, rent £30 yearly and further sum as shall be equal to any sum allowable by or chargeable against (i) as his proportion of compensation contribution payable during year in respect of demised premises or licenses held therewith, 30 Apr 1906; (i) David Trevillian Jenkin of The Mirador, Hambrook, near Bristol, county of Gloucester, gentleman, to (ii) Swansea United Breweries Limited, registered offices at Wassail Square, county borough of Swansea, common brewers: Publichouse and premises known as Ship and Castle Inn at Penclawdd in parish of Llanrhidian. Together with outhouses, buildings, gardens, rights, easements and appurtenances to said premises belonging (except and reserved unto person or persons for time being entitled thereto all mines and minerals in and under said premises with full powers to search for, work and carry away same); Accompanying correspondence, 2-11 Jan 1908

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      GB 216 D/D SB 16/165/1-4
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      2-11 Jan 1908
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      1 file of 3 papers; 3 papers