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Appendix to claim #6397 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  6397 William Hobson Peace Silver and Metal Roller Old Park Mills, Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
    The Schedule of Particulars referred to in the annexed Claim of William Hobson Peace        
    The Claimant has paid or incurred the Liability to pay the persons heretoafter named, the following accounts (already rendered to the Claimant) for work and labour done and materials found and provided towards repairing the property mentioned in his Claim hereto annexed        
    Wilson Alfred (Millwright) Account for Repairs        
  March 19 William Ball 1 day £0.5.0        
  29th 17 ft Deal Plank for Water Wheel @ 5d £0.7.1        
    1 Plate for Spun Wheel 50 lbs 4 revits @ 5d £0.19.2        
    16 Bolts 15½ lbs @ 6d £0.7.9        
    Thomas Barber 6 days £1.10.0        
  April 2nd Thomas Barber 6¼ days, Self 1 day £1.17.11        
    2 Stays 13 lbs, 6 Bolts 5 lbs £0.7.11        
    Brags 3 lb £0.1.3        
  23rd John Brammall 4 days £1.0.0        
  May 21st Iron making to Bucket Board £0.1.0        
    1 Hoop to Pipe 1½ lbs 2 Bolts 6d £0.1.1½        
    2 Bolts Repaired & new Screws, 6 revits 2 lbs £0.1.6        
    John Mallett 1 day, Thomas Barber 1½ day £0.12.6        
    John Bagnall ¾ day £0.3.9        
  June 22nd 1 Furnace Hook & Poker 35 lbs £0.11.8 £8 7s 7½d  
    Swift William (Wheelwright) Account for Repairs        
  March 25th 2 Door Pins and Chains, Staples and 2 Plates for Cart Door £0.1.3        
    2 Sideboard Staples & 2 repaired £0.0.9        
  31st 2 Sideboard Staples & 2 repaired £0.0.6        
    1 Carbread Plate 5 lbs @ 4d £0.1.8        
    2 Screws for Nogs repaired for Cart £0.0.3        
    1 Hoop for Door top £0.0.3   4s 8d  
    Walker Samuel, Account for Timber        
  March 31 7, 22 ft of 11 x 1 White Board £1.1.2½        
    14, 10 ft of 11 x 1 White Board £0.19.3        
  April 2nd 15, 14 ft of 11 x 1 White Board and Sawing £1.8.9 £3 9s 2½d  
    Swift Joseph (Wheelwright)        
  March 25th Cart repaired new hind door & new end board for side boards £0.7.6        
    New Front Door, 1 new top rong, 2 new side boards 14 inch dup. 1 new end board made from old Wood & 3 new slots for Cart £1.0.0 £1 7s 6d  
    Davy Brothers, Engineers        
  March 16th 1, 3 inch Pipe 1 ar.19 lb, @ 10/6 £0.4.4¾        
    1 Box Spanner and new Pin for Governor 3½ lbs 6d £0.1.9        
    1 Brass Cap, 2 Brass Rings for Pump 4½ @ 1/4 £0.6.0        
    Spun Yarn 3/9 Cement 2/6 £0.6.3        
    1 Screw, 1 Nut, 1 Car, 1 Washer, for Pedestal 9 lbs @ 6d £0.4.6        
    1 Valve Spindle repaired & Iron packing £0.3.3        
    1 Spanner, 6 Governor Pins, 14½ lbs @ 6d £0.7.3        
    3 Oil Syphons 2/6 each £0.7.6        
    6 Bolts 2½ lb @ 6d £0.1.3        
    1 Brass Union Tap £0.8.0        
  21st 1 round bastard File 16 inch £0.3.2        
    1 flat bastard File 14 inch £0.1.11        
    1 Damper Frame 1.11 @ 10/6 £0.3.7¾        
    1 Brass tap £0.10.0        
    1 inch Elbow, 2 inch Nipples, 1 Nutt £0.1.9        
    1 ft of inch Piping, 18 ft of ½ in. Piping, 2 ½ in. Nipples £0.5.10½        
    8 ½ inch Elbows £0.4.0        
    To Men's Time turning Valve Spindle, Governor Pins, Screw Rings, etc. 2 days, 3½ hours, 10/. £1.3.6        
    To Men's time fitting Work, 4 days & ½ hour 7/. £1.8.4 £6 12s 4d  
    Johnson Messrs and Sons, Cabinet Makers, Estimate and Account for repairing Furniture        
  July 8th Mahogany Dining Table, cleaned, polished, including loose leaves £1.2.0        
    6 Mahogany Chairs cleaned & repolished & part restuffed, and covered in Hair seating £2.11.0        
  July 8th Mahogany Child's Chair repaired, cleaned and polished £0.3.6        
    Butlers Hay and Stand, repaired, cleansed and repolished, new Web etc. £0.6.0        
    Walnut Cabrieole Couch cleaned and repolished, part restuffed and covered with new Hair seating £2.15.0        
    Mahogany Rocking Chair cleaned and repolished, part restuffed, recovered in new seating £0.13.0        
    Windsor Arm Chair cleaned and repolished £0.2.0        
  August 5th Walnut Chairs cleaned & repolished and one repaired 2/6 each £0.15.0        
    Walnut Couch cleaned & repolished £0.9.0        
    Walnut Armed Easy Chair, repolished etc. £0.5.0        
    Round Stand cleaned and repolished £0.2.6        
    Walnut Oval Table cleaned and repolished £0.10.6        
    Walnut Cheffioneer, repaired, cleaned and polished £0.14.6        
    Office Chair cleaned and polished £0.2.6        
    Damaged to Kidderminster Room Carpet £2.17.6        
    Hearth Rug £0.10.0        
    Cocoa Matting £0.14.0        
    2 Mats 11/. 2 Wool Rugs 5/. £0.16.0        
    Stair Carpet £0.3.0        
    2 Window Curtains and Holders £1.16.0        
    Kitchen Dresser £0.18.0        
    Wood Seated Chairs £0.7.6        
    Floor Cloth £1.7.0        
    Walnut Furniture in addition to cost of cleaning £11.0.0 £31   6d  
    Ashforth Joseph, Nuts, Screw and repairs for Water        
  April 16th To Screw Bolts £1.15.2        
    To Screw Bolts 33/10, May 3rd To Screw Bolts 18/. £2.11.10        
  May 7th To Screw Bolts 2/. May 17th To Screw Bolts 3/6 £0.5.6 £4 12s 6d  
    Mudford J. Tarpauling Manufacturer        
  March 22nd To 2 Tarpauling Covers to protect premises during restoration £5      
    Ellis Messrs. Ironmongers        
  April 2nd Cleaning Safe Lock and Bolt, repairing and key to Safe £0.1.9   1s 9d  
    Darwin & Co. Messrs. (Ironfounders)        
  March 28th To 2 long Levers from old ones 2 qrs. 3 lbs @ 14/. £0.7.5        
    Preparing Pattern £0.2.6        
  May 14th To 6 flanged Angle Frames for Water Wheel £1.3.3        
    Cleaning up old Casting for Pattern £0.2.6 £1 15s 8d  
    Budd Robert & Co. (Brewers)        
  March 14th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £3.6.4        
  March 21st To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.17.0        
  April 6th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.17.0        
  April 8th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.0.10        
  May 9th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.0.10        
  May 16th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £0.15.0        
  May 23rd To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £0.15.0        
  May 30th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.10.10        
  June 25th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £0.15.0        
  July 27th To Ale Supplied to Men working in Mud as per invoice £1.13.0 £14 10s 10d  
    Stuart & Smith Messrs. (Stone Grate Manufacturers)        
    To one Boiler Black Fender cleaned and made as new, the top repaired and the Ormolu figure reburnished & relacquered   15s    
    Wortley and Morton (Iron founders) As per Account £1 10s 3d  
    Savage, W. S.        
    For Property lost during the Flood left in care of Claimant in the way of business £1 12s 8d  
    Deakin Thomas, Fire Iron Manufacturer        
    For Cleaning Fire Irons   9s    
    Darwin & Co. Messrs. (Iron founders)        
    For Cleaning Fenders   10s 6d  
    Emery John        
    For balance of account for leading away Rubbish and for extra Carting rendered necessary by destruction of the Bridge £13 10s 6d  
    Watch Committee        
    To balance of Account for watching Premises up to period of completion of Buildings £20      
    The Claimant has also paid the following Sums for Wages and Labour in partly cleansing House, Buildings, Mills, Works, Goits, Land and Premises, and also in searching for missing Property, also for trenching land and dressing Bricks in consequence of the Inundation (as per his Cash Book) and which he now seeks to recover, namely        
  1864, March 12th To Cash Paid Wages £1.9.6        
  March 19th To Cash Paid Wages £18.6.5        
  March 25th To Cash Paid Wages £19.8.1        
  April 2nd To Cash Paid Wages £15.17.7        
  April 9th To Cash Paid Wages £9.12.1        
  April 16th To Cash Paid Wages £4.11.0        
  April 23rd To Cash Paid Wages £3.9.1        
  April 30th To Cash Paid Wages £3.10.0        
  April 30th To Cash Paid Wages £2.0.0        
  May 7th To Cash Paid Wages £4.0.0        
  May 7th To Cash Paid Wages £2.2.0        
  May 11th To Cash Paid Wages £1.7.6        
  May 14th To Cash Paid Wages £3.10.0        
  May 20th To Cash Paid Wages £2.15.6        
  May 20th To Cash Paid Wages £0.17.0        
  May 28th To Cash Paid Wages £5.4.0        
  May 28th To Cash Paid Wages £1.2.6        
  June 4th To Cash Paid Wages £6.1.6        
  June 4th To Cash Paid Wages £1.4.0        
  June 11th To Cash Paid Wages £6.12.7        
  June 11th To Cash Paid Wages £0.14.0        
  June 18th To Cash Paid Wages £5.18.0        
  June 25th To Cash Paid Wages £0.19.3        
  July 2nd To Cash Paid Wages £3.3.0        
  July 9th To Cash Paid Wages £2.13.0        
  July 19th To Cash Paid Wages £2.4.0        
  July 23rd To Cash Paid Wages £2.2.0        
  July 25th To Cash Paid Wages £0.3.6        
  July 30th To Cash Paid Wages £1.1.10        
  August 6th To Cash Paid Wages £1.1.0        
  August 13th To Cash Paid Wages £1.7.11        
  August 20th To Cash Paid Wages £0.9.0        
  September 3rd To Cash Paid Wages £1.1.0        
  September 17th To Cash Paid Wages £0.18.0        
  September 24th To Cash Paid Wages £0.18.0        
  October 1st To Cash Paid Wages £1.14.0 £145 18s 4d  
    The Claimant has also paid the following incidental Sums in consequence of the Damage done to his property by the Flood as appears by his Cash Book which sum he now seeks to recover & are as follows        
  1864 March 18th To Cash paid for Linen Washing in consequence of the Flood £1.0.0        
    To Cash paid Toll Bars in consequence of the Bridge being carried away and all Carting work having to go round by Owlerton £0.2.4        
    To Cash Chadburn's account repairing Steam Gauge £0.3.0        
  25th March To Cash paid Follerton, recovering Oil Tank £0.11.0        
  25th March To Cash Toll Bars £0.10.0        
  April 2nd To Cash Rule £0.2.0        
    To Cash Toll Bars £0.10.10        
  April 9th To Cash John Emery on account of Carting £1.0.0        
  9th To Cash Toll Bars £0.12.0        
  9th To Cash R. Leader & Sons for advertising things lost £0.2.9        
  9th To Lime for Sanitary purposes £0.9.6        
  16th To Cash J. Smith, 2 Wheel Barrows £1.6.0        
  16th To Cash Toll Bars £0.12.6        
  23rd To Cash Toll Bars £0.11.8        
  23rd To Cash paid Johnson Clock cleaning £0.12.6        
  30th To Cash Toll Bars £0.9.2        
  May 7th To Cash John Emery on account of Leading £3.0.0        
  7th To Cash Toll Bars £0.10.0        
  11th To Cash Shaw for Lime £0.9.2        
  14th To Cash Toll Bars £0.11.6        
  18th To Cash B. Dixon and Son, Law charges for security made by me for Loan of Money to enable me to restore Works £9.3.11        
  21st To Cash Toll Bars £0.10.0        
  28th To Cash Toll Bars £0.11.6        
  June 4th To Cash Toll Bars £0.11.6        
  7th To William Draper for Hurdles for Fencing £3.15.6        
  11th To John Emery on account of Leading £3.0.0        
  11th To Cash paid Toll Bars £0.12.0        
  18th To Cash paid Toll Bars £0.10.0        
  21st To Cash G. O. Brown for Lime £0.12.10        
  July 2nd To Cash M. Mason for Leading £3.0.0        
  2nd To Cash G. O. Brown for Lime £0.9.6        
  16th To John Emery on account of Leading £3.0.0        
  August 20th To John Emery on account of Leading £2.0.0        
  20th To Watch Committee Watchman for Watching Premises £20.19.10        
  September 24th To John Emery on account of Leading £2.0.0 £64   6d  
    The Claimant also seeks to recover Damages for the re erection and restoration of his Cart Shed, Upper Mill, Engine House, Lower Mill, Goights, Arches, Walls, Privies, and other Buildings, according to the following particulars:        
    For Cart Shed        
    10¼ Roods, 10 inch Brick Walling        
    450 Lineal feet, 58 Spars        
    43 Lineal feet Ridge Board        
    86 Lineal feet Side trees        
    84 Lineal feet Pans        
    6¼ Squares roof framing        
    91 Superficial yards Slating with Grey Slate        
    14 Lineal yards ridge stones        
    Piggeries building and roofing £39 12s 11d  
    In Upper Mill        
    43 Roods 15 inch brick walling        
    1121 Lineal feet Roof Spars        
    234 Lineal feet Side trees        
    140 Lineal feet Wall plates and dogs        
    56 Lineal feet Ridge Board        
    16½ Squares Framing Roof        
    208 Superficial Yards Slating Roof        
    12¾ Lineal Yards Ridge Stones        
    144 Lineal feet Spouting and Conductors        
    63 Superficial feet Three Sash Gutt Windows        
    Glazing 90 Squares        
    Two Doors and Cases and Locks and Hinges        
    139 Superficial yards Beams and joists and boarding to Chamber Floor, 5 Lintels        
    7 Roods 10 inch Brick Walling        
    255 Lineal feet Spars        
    33 Lineal feet Ridge tree        
    56 Lineal feet Wall Plates and dogs        
    5 Squares Roof Framing        
    62 Superficial yards Slating        
    21 Superficial feet One Window        
    Glazing 30 Squares        
    2 Doors and Cases        
    Sky light and Glazing        
    Flashing Sky light with Lead        
    Iron and Lead Steam Pipes, with Brass joint valves and taps, joists and boarding over Wheel Race        
    Furnace with Metal Plates & Girders arched over the top with stack 14 yards high        
    12½ Roods 15 inch Brick Walling round the Furnace        
    60 Superficial Yards Paving part of Mill and Furnace        
    48 Lineal feet Two tie beams        
    76 Lineal feet Principal Rafters and King Posts        
    26 Lineal feet Braces        
    Iron Screw Bolts        
    4½ Squares Framing Principals        
    40 Lineal feet 2 Side trees        
    450 Lineal feet Spars        
    20 Lineal feet Ridge Board        
    76 Lineal feet Wall Plate and Dogs        
    6 Squares Roof Framing        
    76 Superficial yards Slating Roof with Blue Slates        
    6 & 2/3 Lineal yards Ridge Tiles        
    Two Doors and Cases        
    Three Windows and Glazing        
    4 Pairs of Principals to Upper Mill        
    96 Lineal feet 4 Tie Beams        
    154 Lineal feet Principal Rafters and King Posts        
    48 Lineal feet Braces        
    Screw Bolts        
    8 & 2/3 Squares Framing Principals £396 2s 7d  
    For Engine House        
    6 Roods 10 Inch Brick Work        
    Roof reframing and reslating        
    3 Sash Gutt Windows        
    Glazing 90 Squares        
    2 Doors and Cases        
    39 Superficial yards near Roof and Slating over Boiler and fixing place £26 11s 6d  
    For Lower Mill        
    48½ Roods 15 inch Brick Walling        
    30 Cube feet one piece of Ashlar in Wheel Chase        
    Brick Arches to Doors and Windows        
    2 Pairs of Principals        
    66 Lineal feet 2 Tie Beams        
    103 Lineal feet Principal Rafters and King Posts        
    32 Lineal feet Braces        
    Screw Bolts        
    8 Squares Principal framings        
    144 Lineal feet 4 side ties        
    800 Lineal feet Spars        
    100 Lineal feet Wall Plates and Dogs        
    36 Lineal feet Ridge Board        
    14½ Squares Roof framing        
    3 Sky lights and glazing        
    Lead flashing round three Sky lights        
    107 Lineal feet Spouting        
    4 Sash Gutt Windows        
    Glazing 120 Squares in Sash Gutt Window        
    30 Cube feet 1 piece of Ashlar & setting on Wheel Race        
    Door and Case and Lintel        
    4 Lintels        
    187 Superficial yards Slating with Grey Slate        
    12½ Lineal yards Ridge Stones £165   2d  
    Joiners Shop Mill and Kitchen £50      
    Making good Brick Arch to Boiler £2      
    Rebuilding 2 Pillars to Boiler £1 10s    
    4 Roods Rebuilding Arch over Goight broken in £6      
    Repairing Privy and reslating £2      
    10 Roods 10 Inch Brick fence Walls £13      
    90 Superficial feet Entrance Gates and Hanging £7 17s 6d  
    24 Lineal feet Posts and Casings £4 4s    
    Rebuilding Tail Goight Wall £3 10s    
    A Lock to Stable Door   3s 6d  
    Painting Wood Work 3 Coats £20      
    Repairing Wall at the foot of Weir and getting out Ashlar Stone £2      
    Cellar floor and Set Pot taken up in House & resetting and other repairs £5      
    Rebuilding 2 Privies and Ashes Place and three Piggeries and another Privy repairing £25      
    The Claimant also seeks to recover damages for the repairs of Dam and River Banks, Walling, Fencing and other matters amounting together to the sum of £66.19.9 as per the following particulars:        
    Dam Bank repairing upon the South side of Road to the Club Mill, 114 feet x 3 feet, 48 yards @ 2/. £4.16.0        
    Dam Bank near the Wash on the South side repairing £0.10.0        
    The Lower Mill continued        
    River Bank of South side of Garden repairing £1.10.0        
    Bank Walling River side 38½ yards cube @ 5/. £9.16.3        
    River Bank opposite the junction of the River Loxley, 138 yards long Slates and Raddling @ 1/. per yard £6.18.0        
    Goight from the River to the Arch below the Wash Wall 30 Yards 1 ft @ 2/6 per yard £3.15.0        
    Goight Wall below the Upper Mill 21 ft long £0.15.0        
    Goight Wall below Upper Mill 39 ft long £1.12.6        
    10 inch Brick Wall at the end of the Arch 1 rds 1 yrds 0 ft. @ 3/5 £2.0.0        
    Croft above the Cottages        
    22 fleak bars @ 1/9 £1.18.6        
    Posts and railings with 3 railings 83 yards 1 ft @ 1/6 £6.4.6        
    Fence Walling 4 rds. 0 yrds. 3 ft. 5 feet high £3.12.0        
    1 acre Old Grass Land let for £7.10.0 per acre say two years rent £15.0.0        
    68 yards of quick set hedge damaged £1.14.0        
    Lot of rubbish removing from the Mill Yard and Premises £6.0.0 £66 19s 9d  
    The Claimant also seeks to recover damages for the destruction of his Garden and the Fruit and other Trees, Shrubs, Plants, Roots, and Property therein and fencing thereto amounting together to the sum of £2.8.2 as shewn by the following particulars:        
    49 yards Quick Fence £0.18.6        
    4 light frame Brickwork and flue £4.0.0        
    2 light wood frame 30/. A Duck house 40/. £3.10.0        
    18 large Fruit Trees, 18 years good bearing condition £11.5.0        
    3 Damsons 4/. Cucumber and Bell Glass 7/6 £0.11.6        
    416 Herbaceous Roots £2.6.10        
    48 Shrubs, Rho', Laurels, Hollies, Willows etc. £4.1.0        
    68 yards Strawberries & 200 Plants £1.19.0        
    112 Gooseberries and Currants 37/4 20 Rhubarb 15/. £2.12.4        
    Raspberries 9 x 5 yards 13/6 Raspberries to clean 5/. Rasps to Stakes 10/. £1.8.6        
    2 Bridges, Rustic Work 200/. 2 Garden Chairs 25/. £11.5.0        
    Herbs 4/6, 18 Geraniums 9/. 39 Roses various 24/6 £1.18.0        
    5 yards Holly fence 6 ft 15/. 18 yards Holly fence 12 ft 90/. £5.5.0        
    30 yards Box Hedging 7/6 Digging 20/. Manure 36/. £3.3.6        
    4 yards Fencing 4 ft 6/. 4 Pears and Plum 5/. £0.11.0        
    1250 Tulips & Crocus roots 39/. Brockoli and Cabbage 8/. £2.7.0        
    4 Lan's [?] 60/. 6 Large Yew Holly & Alowitor [?] 60/. £6.0.0        
    50 Square Yards of Ivy on side of Mill @ 1/. £2.10.0        
    3 Climbing Roses covering side of Mill £1.11.6        
    Garden recess covered with Ivy and Drooping Trees £1.0.0        
    A piece of Cuttel Cabbage £0.7.6        
    18 x 84 yards permanent Grass £2.10.0        
    24 Seed Pans 6/. 300 Flower Pots 6/. Tools 15/. £1.7.0 £72 8s 2d  
    The Claimant has also lost the following loose property and Articles which were in and upon his premises at the Old Park Mills at the time of the Flood and the value whereof he seeks to recover according to the particulars next following namely        
    1 Mule £2.0.0        
    2 Buckets 6/. 1 Stool 1/. £0.7.0        
    1 Galvanized Iron Corn Chest £1.10.0        
    1 Bag of Crushed Oats £0.10.0        
    1 Bucket 1/4 Lock 1/2 Latch 6d £0.3.0        
    1 Bag of Bran £0.5.0        
    ½ Bag of Bean Meal £0.15.0        
    1 Joiners Bench and Vice £1.0.0        
    1 Trying and 1 Jack Plane £0.8.6        
    11 Gimblets £0.2.0        
    12 Brads £1.1.6        
    Quantity of Nails £0.7.0        
    2 Cwt of Bolts and Nuts 4d £3.14.8        
    Quantity of Washers £0.5.0        
    2 dozen of Iron Wedges (new) £0.6.0        
    Paint Cans, Pots, Brushes £1.0.0        
    Child's Carriage Phaeton £5.0.0        
    6 Oil Lamps £0.18.0        
    Smith's Bench and Vice £1.15.0        
    Smith's Files, Tools, Bellows etc. £5.0.0        
    Length of Gutter Percha Piping £0.8.0        
    Weighing Machine and Weights £5.0.0        
    Lot of Spanners £1.10.0        
    Spun Yarn Lamp and Cotton £1.10.0        
    6 Metal Bolsters £1.4.0        
    8 Pinion Brasses £4.0.0        
    4 Roll Brasses £2.0.0        
    2 Steel & Screws & 2 Boxes £12.4.0        
    6 Wire Guages, White Metal Guage, Metal Guage £1.16.0        
    2 Sheets German Silver, sizes 28 lbs @ 2/. £2.16.0        
    10 Copper Pans with Brass handles 60 lbs £4.0.0        
    16 lbs German Silver 2/. £1.12.0        
    1 Lock up Metal Cart on Springs £15.0.0        
    1 Lock up Metal Cart old Body £2.0.0        
    7 Cwt of Silver Sand £0.10.6        
    1 Carboy of Vitriol & Carboy £0.15.0        
    1 Carboy of Aquforte's & Carboy £2.5.0        
    11 Iron Spoons Pans £4.0.0        
    10 Roll Sheetings and Hook £0.10.0        
    4 Wheeled Drug £2.10.0        
    2 Barrows very large £1.4.0        
    Dog £1.0.0        
    One Oil Can with Brass Tap £0.5.0        
    Brass Tap to Oil Cistern £0.12.0        
    1 Oil Can, 3 Gallons Oil 6/. Per Gallon £1.1.0        
    80 Gallons of Seal Oil @ 4/2 £16.13.4        
    1 Can of Paraffin Oil and Can £0.5.0        
    2 Paraffin Lamps £0.8.0        
    1 Large Yard Lamp £1.10.0        
    1 Cwt of Tallow, Cask & Iron Lid £2.10.0        
    5 Ale Casks 2/12 Gallons 3/18 Gallons £1.16.0        
    1, 12 Gallon of Ale with brass tap & cask £1.1.6        
    1 Brass Tap 3/6 3 Fowls 7/6 £0.11.0        
    Fowl House £2.0.0        
    6 Wood Boxes, 8 Iron boxes £2.0.0        
    2 Oil Cans £0.6.0        
    1 Pair of Furnace Tongs 16 lbs @ 10d £0.13.4        
    20 Tons of Slack Coal, 20 Tons House Fire and half a Ton of Coke £13.0.0        
    50 Fire Bricks, 1 Cwt of Fire Clay £0.7.6        
    1 Furnace Shovel £0.2.6        
    Brass Troy Weights £0.10.0        
    Boiled and Raw linseed Oil £0.2.6        
    6 Steel Rolls 56 lbs each @ 10d £14.0.0        
    1 pair of House Steps £0.15.0        
    5 Yard Ladder £0.12.0        
    400 Furnace Pots 2/6 £0.10.0        
    1 Gate on Passage 12/. 1 Garden Gate 5/. £0.17.0        
    1 Small Gate £0.5.0        
    1 Field Gate 10/. 2 Posts 10/. £1.0.0        
    Sand Screen £0.10.0        
    1 pair of Cart Springs 56 lbs at 6d £1.8.0        
    1 Galvanised Iron Pail £0.3.6        
    1 Dish £0.3.6        
    Dog Muzzle £0.2.6        
    3 Sets of Cart Harness damaged £3.0.0        
    2 Brushes £0.7.0        
    Quantity of Models £10.0.0        
    Table Mats £0.5.0        
    Leather Bag £0.10.0        
    Basket £0.3.6        
    Rope £0.8.0        
    1 Large Pad for Donkey £0.10.0        
    1 new Stable Lanthorn £0.3.6 £174 10s 4d  
    To Damage to Pump £1 10s    
    To Damage to the Road leading from The Sands Bed Tilt to the Old Park Mills and materials belonging to the Claimant lost in the Inundation for repair of which Road the Claimant as occupier of the Old Park Mills is liable £10      
    To Damages to two Horses and One Cow injured by the Flood, Expense of Veterinary Surgeon, Medicines etc. (Claimant makes no charge)        
    To part of cost of cleaning Mill Dam £2 10s    
    To Thirty three weeks Lodgings for Claimant and Family (7 in number) in consequence of his dwelling being rendered uninhabitable by the Inundation £34 13s    
    To Charges incurred by the Claimant of three valuers and also of his Solicitor preparatory to claim as under        
    Mr Charles Unwin for valuation of Mills and premises and professional services in preparing Plans etc. for rebuilding Mills and Works £37.19.0        
    Mr George Hawksley for valuation etc. £10.0.0        
    Mr H. Sibray for valuation £1.1.0        
    Mr Broomhead Solicitor £5.5.0 £54 5s    
    To Damages sustained by the Claimant by loss of earnings at his Mills calculated from the time of their destruction by the Flood to the period of their restoration estimated to be completed about the end of the year 1864 and damage otherwise sustained by the Claimant by stoppage of and disconnection of his Trade, including also compensation to his Workmen which the Claimant has undertaken to pay and against which he will indemnify the Sheffield Water Works Company £300      
    To Damages sustained by the Claimant by having to raise Money on Loan to enable him to pay needful expenses towards restoring Mills, Buildings, Works, and Premises, Law charges and Stamps consequent thereon, Bank Interest and Commission including therein Interest on Trade Capital of which Claimant is deprived until 30th August 1865 £160      
    The Claimant gives Credit for 50,000 Old Bricks £-40      
        £1931 17s 9d  
           

Note: The Nature of the Claimant's Interest is omitted.
Line 328: 'Brockoli' [sic]

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