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Counterpart lease of 15, 17, 18, 19 and 20 Lambs Conduit Passage, 10 July 1809
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"Counterpart lease of [15,17,18,19,20] Lambs Conduit Passage, (10 July 1809).(1) Strickland Freeman of Fawley Court, Bucks, esq(2) Owen Griffiths of Chelsea, Middx, gent(1)-(2) [5 houses on north side of Lambs Conduit Passage, as Deeds 10 above now described as:](i) [20 Lambs Conduit Passage] in possession of ---- Scudamore, abutting west on messuage in possession of John Graham esq, east on next,(ii) [19 LCP] in possession of ---- Dearne, abutting west on last, east on next,(iii) [18 LCP] in possession of ---- Maxfield, abutting west on last, east on next,(iv) [17 LCP] in possession of James Tremeere [sic], abutting west on last and east on message of (1) in possession of ---- [sic] and now in lease to George Slaton,(v) [15 LCP] in possession of ---- Moore, abutting west on last and east on message of (1) now in lease to Mr Aust.Term: 31 yearsRent: £140 pa(2) covenants to repair premises to satisfaction of Charles Alexander Craig, surveyor of (1)."
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