Double manuscript in large parchment, in English.
It is a negotiation and sale on 27 October 1780 between William James of Henley, in Arden, Warwick County, a gentleman, and Mary, his wife, as the first party. Ann Parsons from Badesley Clinton, in that county of Warwick, single, as the second party.
The governors of Queen Ann's generosity for the increased maintenance of the poor clergy as the third party. The Reverend Daniel Collins, in Warwick County and in the Diocese of Worcester, as the fourth party. And John Wollaston of Tamworth Parish in that county of Warwick.
It relates to the negotiation and sale of Messuage Tenement or Dwellinghouse, now converted into a courthouse, and buildings commonly called Kings Place.
The sum to pay is £ 450.
The document has been folded and has slight creases and bumps in the folds, with a minor spine, some small brown stains and yellowish patches. Darkening is largely invisible when the document is placed flat.
The manuscript is clear and legible everywhere.
The contract comes with four red wax seals and four blue tax seals, two for each sheet.
Both manuscripts measure approximately 62.5 cm x 72 cm and weigh 135 g.
- Aantal boeken
- Economie, Handschriften, Recht
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- James de Henley-, Ann Parsons de Badesley Clinton
- Manuscrito en pergamino doble
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Eerste druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 72×62 cm