|Date:||04 February 1813|
|SOLD - transcription available:||£16.00|
|Poor. The document has suffered from damp on one corner as folded and has three small holes (less than 1cm long) along the folds. Elsewhere, the document is good for its age. It remains legible throughout.|
|Parchment : 2 sheets 58cm x 67cm with 5 wax seals, 5 signatures and revenue stamps|
|Summary of contents|
Henry CAZENOVE of The Old Pay Office. Broad Street. City of London. Merchant.
John KINCAIRD of Spital Square, Middlesex. Merchant.
William HOPES of Trump Street, Cheapside, City of London. Warehouseman.
William TOWNSEND of Holborn, City of London. Haberdasher.
William Henry GALL of Gutter Lane, Cheapside, City of London. Silk Manufacturer, Dealer and Chapman.
The document relates to a messuage on the corner of Days Court on the East side of Gutter Lane, Cheapside, City of London. We are told that a 23 year lease on this property was granted in 1806 by the Worshipful Company of Sadlers.
The Lease later came into the hands of William Gell, but he was declared bankrupt in December 1812. His property has been assigned to Henry Cazenove, John Kincaird and William Hopes by the Commission of Bankruptcy. These three are now selling the residue of the lease to William Townsend for £450.
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