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Claim for loss of property #4819 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  4819 Joseph Taylor and Joseph Taylor Junior trading in Copartnership under the Style or firm of Taylor Brothers Saw and Steel Manufacturers and Merchants Adelaide Works, Mowbray Street, Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Lessees of the Works called Adelaide Works held in Lease for the residue of a term of 99 Years of which upwards of 85 years are unexpired and Owners of the Stock in Trade Machinery and Effects mentioned in the Particulars   Damage done by the Inundation of the Leasehold Buildings Works Property and Premises called Adelaide Works in the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York belonging to and in the occupation of the said Joseph Taylor and Joseph Taylor Junior, and the Stock in Trade and Effects in upon and about the said Premises at the time of the inundation and to the trade or business carried on by the said Joseph Taylor and Joseph Taylor Junior at the said Works. £915.0.8½        
    The following are the Particulars of the damages sustained by the said Joseph Taylor and Joseph Taylor Junior by the Inundation        
    200 New made Melting Pots 1/. Each £10      
    180 New made Melting Pot Lids 2d each £1 10s    
    100 New made Melting Pot Stands 2d each   16s 8d  
    20 Marbled Pots £1      
    16 Tons Derby Clay 28/. £22 8s    
    8 Tons Common Clay 25/. £10      
    5 Tons White Clay 40/. £10      
    4 Tons Stand Clay 10/. £2      
    5 Tons Fine Sand 8/. £2      
    4 Cwt Ground old Pots 2/6   10s    
    6 Cwt Coke dust 1/8   10s    
    2 Gallons Lamp Oil 5/6   11s    
    4 Gallons Pot Oil 1/6   6s    
    2 Cwt Manganese 20/. £2      
    4 Metts Charcoal 10d   3s 4d  
    10 Tons Hard Coke £8 5s    
    2 Tons Small Coke   13s    
    10 New Holes Building 20/. £10      
    10 Tons Ground Gannister 10/. £5      
    36 New Coke Baskets 1/2 £2 2s    
    5 Tons Steel Scraps wasted 70/. £17 10s    
    Damaged Tools £5      
    1 Cwt Roman Cement   6s    
    ½ Stone Red Lead   4s    
    ½ Stone Spun Yarn   4s 6d  
    ½ Stone Cotton Waste   3s 6d  
    1 Gallon Olive Oil   8s    
    11 Tons Engine Coal 6/6 £3 11s 6d  
    1 Ton Smiths Coke   10s    
    2 Door Frames Broken 10/. £1      
    1 Pair Bellows £1      
    2 Tons Sheet Steel onlt fit for scrap £15/./. £30      
    12½ Cwt Emery 24/. £15      
    16 Wheel Bands 30/. £24      
    2 Buckets 2/.   4s    
    1 Large Band very much damaged £3      
    20 Gallons Linseed Oil 4/. £4      
    20 Gallons Olive Oil 8/. £8      
    10 Metts Charcoal 10d   8s 4d  
    12 Gallons Pot Oil 1/6   18s    
    2 Cwt Tallow 56/. £5 12s    
    18 Boxes 9d each   13s 6d  
    2 Cases Tin lined 12/. £1 4s    
    2 Casks Tin Lined 12/. £1 4s    
    17 Casks not Tin lined 7/. £5 19s    
    4 Cases not Tin lilned 10/. £2      
    6 Hampers 1/.   6s    
    3 dozen Cask Hoops 2/.   6s    
    1 Tin Tallow Tub   8s    
    52 lbs Sewitt 6d £1 6s    
    1 dozen Bottles 6d   6s    
    20 Yards rope   2s 6d  
    3 Stone Glue 8/4 £1 5s    
    2 Cwt Handle Plates 40/. £4      
    36 lbs Cork 6d   18s    
    4 Wheel Bands 15/. £3      
    1 Pair Handle Dies £1      
    ½ Cwt Files Damaged   15s    
    400 Gallons Hardening Oil 4/. £80      
    5 Tons Coal 7/6 £1 17s 6d  
    Floor repairing   10s    
    6 dozen Common Handsaws 26 inch 2/6   15s    
    Cloth Collars for rubbing Saws £1 5s    
    Spirits   2s 6d  
    12 Cwt Sand 5/. £3      
    30 dozen Handsaws 3/. £4 10s    
    46 dozen Grafters 2/. £4 12s    
    100 dozen Webs 1/. £5      
    75 dozen Webs 9d £2 16s 3d  
    36 dozen Long Saws 6/. £10 16s    
    15 dozen Canada Webs 6/. £4 10s    
    20 Knives 4d each   6s 8d  
    5 dozen cross cuts 6/. £1 10s    
    1 Only Circular Saw   4s    
    163 Pit Saws reglazed, rubbed, blocked, etched etc. 1/. £8 3s    
    1400 Cross Cuts reglazed, rubbed, blocked, etched etc. 1/. £70      
    600 Frame Saws reglazed, rubbed, blocked, etched etc. 1/. £30      
    36 Veneer Webs reglazed, rubbed, blocked, etched etc. 1/. £1 16s    
    24 Canada Webs reglazed, rubbed, blocked, etched etc. 9d   18s    
    1 Case Railway Cramps, unpacking, cleaning & repacking   10s    
    ½ Cwt of Pitch Paper £1      
    1 Cwt Best Glazed Paper £1 10s    
    1 Cwt Common Paper £1 4s    
    4 Gallons Matric Acid 7/. £1 8s    
    4 Gallons Naptha 3/.   12s    
    10 lbs Card and Pasteboard 6d   5s    
    5 dozen Pilsaws 6/. £1 10s    
    7 lbs Band   8s    
    1 Cwt Straw   2s    
    5 Score Straw Bands 3/.   15s    
    14½ Cwt Nickerbocker Strings 25/. £18 2s 6d  
    32 Cwt Steel destroyed at Mill 20/. £32      
    3 Cwt Burnt at Mill 28/. £4 4s    
    26 dozen Saw Webs reglazing £1      
    4 dozen Common Hand Saws reglazing   2s    
    Damage to Files £6 10s    
    300 Ware, Saw Handle Wood completely useless 1/3 £18 15s    
    Horse Corn £1 4s    
    Straw   10s    
    Hay   10s    
    Wages Paid for Cleaning out Shops Cellars, etc. £50 7s 6d  
    2 Horses and Carts 8 days @ 8/. Each £6 8s    
    Damage to Engine, Machinery etc. £20      
    To Paid to William Byron, Builder as under        
    "viz"        
    To Alterations and repairs etc. to Buildings in making good delapidations injured by the inundations        
    1864 March 19th        
    Bricklayers 23½ days 5/6 £6 9s 3d  
    Stone Masons 12¾ days at 5/6 £3 10s 1½d  
    Labourers 32 days at 4/. £6 8s    
    At repairs generally to Soughs, Doors, Arches, Furnaces, preparing springer Stones for Arches, and removing Debris etc.        
    26th Bricklayers 32 Days @ 5/6 £8 16s    
    Labourers 47½ days @ 4/. £9 10s    
    17 Cwt Ground Mortar 39/. 3500 Stock Bricks 5/5 £7 4s    
    Cartage of Scaffolding, Barrows Planks etc.   3s 6d  
    ½ Cask Cement 12/. 3 Cwt Fine Clay 3/9   15s 9d  
    Joiners 5½ days preparing and Fixing Arch Centres @ 5/6 £1 10s 3d  
    Use and Waste Nails, Laths, and Timber for Centres £1 15s 6d  
    April 2nd Stone Mason 3½ days at Stonework repairs etc. 5/6   19s 3d  
    Bricklayers 17½ days 5/6 As above at general repairs £4 16s 3d  
    Labourers 21¾ days @ 4/. As above at general repairs £4 7s    
    72 Cubic feet of Sprinder Stones to Arches 1/2 £4 4s    
    1250 Fire Bricks 87/6 300 End Arches 21/. 50 thin Arches 3/6 £5 12s    
    10 18 x 9 x 5 1/8 each and 10 24 x 10 x 6 2/6 each Fire Flue Bricks £2 1s 8d  
    22 Cwt Fire Clay 1/3 3 Barrows Sand 6d £1 9s    
    2½ Tons Ground Mortar 16/8 1500 Stock Bricks 45/. £3 1s 8d  
    9th Bricklayer 5¼ days 5/6 £1 8s 10½d  
    Labourer 8¾ days 4/. £1 15s    
    Stone Mason 2¾ days 5/6   15s 1½d  
    At Soughs, Paring, Drains, Finishing off repairs, & delapidations        
    350 Bricks 10/6 36 Cwt of Ground Mortar 12/. £1 2s 6d  
    15½ Yards of Boasted and Square Flagging 3/6 £2 14s 3d  
    13 Yards of 8 inch 26/. 7 Yards of 6 inch 9/4, 14 Yards of 4 inch 4/8 drain Pipes £2 7s    
    2 Bends and 2 Junctions each of 8 inch 6 inch & 4 inch drain Pipes   12s 8d  
    3 Pecks of Cement for Joists 1/6   4s 6d  
    Cartage away of Scaffolding, Plant etc.   3s 6d  
    To re-toothing Cog Wheel, omitted above £10      
    To loss of Profit and loss of trade £70      
    [sub total] £800.13.4½        
    Interest on the above sum of £800 13 4½ at 6 per Cent per Annum, from 12th March 1864 to July 29th 1865 1 Year & 139 days £62 6s 4d  
    Professional and other charges, prior to claim £3 3s    
    To amount payable to the following Workmen, for loss of Wages during the time that they were unemployed, or only partially employed by reason of the inundation        
  Names Occupations        
  Crookes Samuel & Lad Saw Grinder £1 10s    
  Singleton Thomas Engine Man £1 8s    
  Townsend Alexander and Boy Saw Grinder £1 10s    
  Marsh Alfred Saw Grinder £1      
  Barker William Saw Maker   12s    
  Joel J B Steel Melter £1 10s    
  Armitage Thomas Saw Handle Maker   14s    
  Wilkinson William and Lad and Man Saw Grinder £2 10s    
  Copley Joe Saw Grinder £1      
  Barns Peter Furnace Man   9s    
  Joel Edward Pot Maker   9s    
  White George H Saw Handle Maker   13s    
  Inman George Saw Grinder £1      
  Mallinder Samuel Saw Maker   13s    
  Mallinder John Saw Maker   18s    
  Crookes Alfred Saw Grinder £1      
  Allen James Saw Handle Maker   12s    
  Crookes Charles Saw Grinder £1      
  Whitley John Saw Grinder £1      
  Holmes Henry Saw Handle Maker   16s    
  Broadhead M & Boy Saw Grinder £1 10s    
  Hartley John Saw Maker   19s    
  Damson John Saw Grinder £1      
  Kay John Whittles Saw Maker   17s    
  Allen John Saw Maker   18s    
  Watson George Labourer   4s    
  Hides William Saw Maker   13s    
  Rutter Charles Saw Maker   17s    
  Singleton John Saw Toother £1      
  Eagling James Saw Handler Maker £1      
  Gafitt Henry Saw Grinder £1      
  Hinchcliffe John Hilton Saw Maker   13s    
  White George and Boy Saw Handle Maker £1 4s    
  Lazarus Nathan and Man Saw Rubber £1      
  Marshall William Saw Maker   15s    
  Firth Christopher Saw Grinder £1      
  Inman George Senior Saw Grinder £1      
  Hawley William Saw Handle Maker   16s    
  Soar Henry Saw Handler   14s    
  Edley John Junior Saw Maker   10s    
  Godbehere Abraham Saw Grinder £1      
  Watson Joseph Saw Maker   19s    
  Yeardley Thomas Saw Maker   10s    
  Damms Charles & Lad Saw Grinder £1 10s    
  Sheldon John Saw Maker   16s    
  Rodgers Frederick Saw Handle Maker   16s    
  Collins William Saw Handle Cutter out   9s    
  Adwick George Saw Handle Cutter out   16s    
  Davenport Charles Saw Maker   13s    
  Batty William Saw Maker   17s    
  Sharp James Saw Grinder £1 10s    
  Taylor George Saw Maker   10s    
  Edley John Senior Saw Handle Cutter out   18s    
        £915   8½d  
  Certificate Granted
6 January 1865
Assessed by Agreement incl costs at £500      

Note: Line 112: 'At repairs generally..' In the register this line is placed so as to refer to all three catagories of worker mentioned in the preceding 3 lines (109-111)
Line 131: as above, this line refers to 3 preceding lines (128-130)

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