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Humanist Library and Archives
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Counterpart lease of 17, 18, 19 and 20 Lambs Conduit Passage, 31 July 1869
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"Counterpart lease of 17,18,19,20 Lambs Conduit Passage, (31 July 1869).(1) John Henry Strickland of Wye House, Buxton, Derbs, esq, a person of unsound mind, by Frances Strickland of Apperley Court, Glos, spinster, the committee of his estate(2) William Howse of 38 Gloucester St, Queen Square, St George Bloomsbury, Middx, plumberPursuant to an order of Masters in Lunacy (as per endorsement of 29 July 1869), and in consideration of costs of (2) in substantially repairing the premises, (1)-(2) 4 messuages, nos. 17,18,19 and 20 Lambs Conduit Passage.Term: 21 years from 24 June 1866Rent: for 1st quarter a peppercorn; for subsequent 3 quarters to 24 June 1867 £27 10s per quarter; for remainder of term £116 pa.Includes floor plan of premises showing internal details.Includes detailed schedule of landlord's fixtures and furniture in each property by rooms.(2) covenants to insure premises for at least £2000"
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