Lease for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. Yearly rent £35. Heriot 1 guinea
(i) Gordon William Francis Gregor, Trewarthenick, Esq. and wife Loveday Sarah.
(ii) George Bazeley, Copper House, Phillack, merchant.
(Consideration: surrender of DDX.523/6).
- Grist mills called Angarrack Mills in Phillack with cottage and other bldgs. (tithes nos. 664, 670, 675, 684- 688, 690. Cottages and gardens at Angarrack occ. Nicholas Bond (tithe nos. 674 and 682. Cottages and plots at Angarrack occ. James Rutter (tithe nos. 683, 689, 691, 692, 694-701 except land taken by West Cornwall Railway. (Plan endorsed on deed). All occ. by (ii). (Minerals, trees, woods etc. reserved. Lives: (ii) (28), Sally Williams (23) wife of Thos. Williams of Phillack, Charles Hen. Smith (3), son of John Pearce Smith of Phillack Covenants as before, though (ii) not to pay landlord's property tax. (ii) to allow tenants of Angarrack Smelting House to use Angarrack Mills water: during July-October to have stream of water for working the stamps belonging to Angarrack Smelting House Water to be enough to 'pass through an orifice of 22" long and 2½" high.' After two hours notices from manager of Smelting House, (ii) to allow them this water during months aforesaid from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m..
Tenant of Angarrack Smelting Works to have water then for three hours but no more than six hours a day or 18 hours a week during those months. During May and June tenant(s) of Smelting House to have same size of stream of water for a minimum period of four hours and maximum period of nine hours a day and maximum period of 36 hours a week. For November and December tenant(s) of Smelting House to have use of as much water for maximum period of 54 hours a week. From January to April Smelting House to have same amount of water between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. For all months except July-October water to be sufficient to flow through an orifice 4 inches in diameter.
Tenant of Smelting House to bear one half of expenses of keeping water course and hatches in good repair. Re-entry after arrears of rent of 30 days, or failure to repair premises out of repair to value of £1 after three months' notice, or failure of (ii) to keep covenants).
Witd. George Benallack, (i)'s bailiff; Thomas Richards, (i)'s footman.