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Claim for loss of property #5109 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  5109 John Robinson, Surviving Partner of Samuel Biggin deceased Iron Founder Royds Foundry, Brightside Lane, Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Damages to Personal Property   To Damages sustained by Claimant the full particulars whereof are mentioned and set forth in the Schedule hereto annexed £175.10.3        
    The Sheffield Waterworks Act 1864        
    Schedule of Damages referred to by John Robinson surviving Partner of Samuel Biggin deceased in his Claim against the Sheffield Waterworks Company        
    To 1½ Tons of Cupola Coke washed away @ 22/~ £1 13s    
    To 1½ Tons of Gas Coke washed away @ 9/6   14s 3d  
    To 2 Tons of Mansfield Sand washed away   19s    
    To 30 Tons of Doncaster Sand washed away @ 5/6 £8 5s    
    To 5 Tons of Worksop Sand washed away @ 6/6 £1 12s 6d  
    To 30 Hundredweights of Coal Dust washed away and Spoiled @ 1/9 £2 12s 6d  
    To 40 Hundredweights of Charcoal Blacking washed away and spoiled @ 6/~ £12      
    To 2 Tons of Coals washed away @ 7/6   15s    
    To Straw Bands washed away and spoiled   10s    
    To Horse Corn spoiled   10s    
    To Tools damaged and lost belonging to Blacksmiths Shop £1 10s    
    To Articles spoiled being moulded and not cast £5      
    Patterns Damaged        
    Shed under Pattern makers Shop
To A large quantity of Wood Patterns damaged repairing up again
£3      
    To A Quantity of Metal Patterns getting up again £1 10s    
    Low Patttern Shop        
    To Wooden Wheel Patterns and others and Wheel Core boxes damaged repairing up again £7 10s    
    To Metal Patterns damaged getting up again £3      
    Fettling Shop        
    To 50 Pairs Wooden Ingot Mould Patterns and a large number of Small patterns damaged repairing up again £6 10s    
    To Metal Patterns damaged getting up again £3 10s    
    Back Shed        
    To Wheels Grinders and a large assortment of other patterns damaged repairing up again £10      
    To Metal Pulley and Wheel Patterns setting up again £2      
    Engine and Engine House        
    To Engine and Engine House cleaning and getting ready for work £2      
    To Engine Well emptying £1      
    To 28 Hundredweights of Ingot Moulds and Patterns Scrubbing up again   8s    
    Castings made for Messrs. Johnson and Barker Limerick Wheel but left on our hands through their place being destroyed viz
To 2 Housings 36 hundredweights 0 quarters 0 pounds Sold at a loss of 2/6 per Hundredweight
£4 10s    
    To 2 Housings 36 hundredweights 0 quarters 0 pounds no use but for old metal loss of 5/~ per Hundredweight £9      
    To 2 Pipes 5 hundredweights 0 quarters 0 pounds no use but for old Metal loss of 6/~ per Hundredweight £1 10s    
    To Wages paid to Moulders Pattern Makers Labourers and Boys for removing Rubbish out of Yard Works and House £15 5s    
    To 2 Horses and Carts removing Rubbish 6 days 7/6 each £4 10s    
    To Wages paid to Moulders Pattern Makers Labourers and Boys for cleaning the Water and drying the sand to make it fit for use in two foundrys £24 13s    
    To 5 Tons of Coal for drying sand @ 9/6 £2 7s 6d  
    To 5 Tons of Gas Coke for drying sand @ 9/6 £2 7s 6d  
    To Metal Melting to put in the sand to dry it, (Coke and Waste Metal) £7 3s    
    To 10 Tons of Moulders Sand spoiled, entirely unfit for use in two foundrys @ 3/6 per Ton £1 15s    
    To loss sustained by the Works being entirely stopped through the sand being wet and unfit, and dangerous to Work in 12 days £26      
        £175 10s 3d  
  Certificate Granted
17 July 1865
Assessed by Agreement incl costs at £140      

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