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Claim for loss of property #5417 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  5417 Joshua Woodward Paper Manufacturer Olive Paper Mills, Loxley near Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Damage to Real and Personal Property   To amount of claim for loss of and damages to Household Furniture and Effects, the full Particulars whereof are set forth in the Schedule hereto annexed Part 1 £70.10.10        
    To amount of claim for loss of and damages to Greenhouses, Forcing House, Plants, Fruit Trees, Garden, Garden Produce, Orchard, and Pleasure grounds valued by Messrs. Fisher Holmes & Company the full particulars whereby are set forth in the Schedule hereto annexed Part 2 £226.3.0        
    To amount of claim for loss of Ornamental and other growing Timber as per particulars in Schedule Part 3, also valued by Messrs. Holmes & Company £63.0.00        
    To amount of claim for loss of and damages to Stock of finished and unfinished Paper, the Particulars whereby are set forth in the Schedule Part 4 £2173.0.9        
    To amount of claim for loss of and damages to working Tools, Raw Material, Goods and Effects and for Monies Paid laid out and expended for sundry repairs to and reinstating same see Particulars in Schedule Part 5 £678.9.1        
    To amount of claim for loss of and damages to Machinery, Going Gear, Water Wheels, Pentroughs, Bye Shaft, and Stone Work to same the full ~ Particulars whereby are set forth in Schedule Part 6 £370.15.0        
    To amount of claim for monies actually ~ expended in Wages to Workmen and Labourers in repairing, cleaning and otherwise perfecting the Mill Dam and other Works, for Monies paid laid out and expended for Stone, Wood, Lime and other Materials and expenditures as per Particulars in Schedule, Part 7 £363.1.10        
    To amount of claim for damages and repairs to Freehold Dwelling House, Paper Mill, and other Premises at Olive Wheel and Works at present in an unfinished state and required to be completed for Particulars see Schedule, Part 8 £325.18.0        
    To amount of Claim for loss of use and occupa~tion of Paper Mill, damage to and loss of Trade, Profits, and Business and other losses and damages the full particulars whereof are set forth in the Schedule, Part 9 £1234.10.3        
    To amount of claim for removing Mud, dirt debris etc. from House, Cellars, occupation Roads, Yards, Garden, Pleasure Grounds, Stable, Carriage House, outbuildings, and bottom Paper Mill, etc., as per particulars in Schedule Part 10 £160.12.11

       
    Total £5666.1.8        
    Joshua Woodward's Claim
Schedule of Damages
Part 1
       
  Best Room 25 Yards Carpeting 4/~ £5. Crumb Cloth 25/~ £6 5s    
    Window Curtains 1 Pair 16/~ Hearth Rug 30/~ £2 6s    
  Dining Room 25 Yards Carpeting 3/6 £4.7.6 Hearth Rug 30/~ £5 17s 6d  
    Damask Curtains 20/~, Druggitt ~ 30/~ £2 10s    
  Passage Passage Oil Cloth 40/~, 6 Wool Mats 6/6 39/~ £3 19s    
    Stair Carpets £2      
  Store Closet 28 pounds Raw Sugar 12/10 Lump Sugar, Groceries etc. 30/~ £2 2s 10d  
  Front Kitchen Wove Carpets 14 Yards 2/ 28/~, Knitted Hearth Rug 10/ £1 18s    
    2 Door Mats 7/~, Sundry Oil Cloths 5/~   12s    
    4 Pairs damaged Boots £1      
  Back Kitchen Mats, Indian Corn Flour in Bin, Washing Machine, and sundry other things, say £3      
  Cellars Made Wine, Lard, Eggs, Cheese, Catsup, Fish ~ Sauce, 6 Bottles Raspberry Vinegar, Bacon and sundry other eatables, say £7      
    Topside Lift of Beef 35 pounds @ 8d £1 3s 4d  
    Hare 3/6, Carpet Brush 3/~, Water Bottle 2/~ Fender Standards 5/~ ~ ~ ~   13s 6d  
    Contents of Carpet Bag left in Passage £1 10s    
    3 Loads of Coals and Leading £1 13s    
    Sitting Room Papering 25/~, 2 Hassocks 6/~ £1 11s    
    8 Men 1 Day each getting dirt out of House £1 10s 8d  
    6 Women 1 Day each, and Meat   12s    
  March 19th 1864 Paid 9 Men for clearing Debris £10 3s    
  March 19th 1864 Paid 6 Women and Victuals ~ 5 Days each £3      
    Ann Denton, Ann Helliwell, Horse and Cart 5 Days each £4      
    J Woodward Horse and Cart 3 Days £1 4s    
    Damages to Furniture and sundry other things in House not herein before specified £5      
    Part 2        
    9 large dwarf Ford. Fruit Trees £4 6s    
    14 Yards Larch fencing covered with Ivy £1 1s    
    17 Shrubs various 30/~, 20 Azalia Indicas 30/~ £3      
    128 Large Specimens Fuchias, Geraniums, Petunias, and Chrysanthums £7 3s    
    10 Pots of Herbs 7/6, Arbour with fittings 40/ £2 7s 6d  
    4 large Elders 10/~, 7 Sundry Plants in Green House 18/1 £1 8s    
    14 Vines Planted out on boarder 12/6 each £9 15s    
    40 Vines in Pots for planting 200/~, 43 Vines in Pots 86/~ £14 6s    
    326 Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, and Bedding Plants £3 11s 6d  
    83 Roses Various 36/~, 3 Cherries 17/6 £2 13s 6d  
    31 Peaches, Necterines, Pears, Apples, Cherries, Apricots, Fruiting in Pots 4/~ each £6 4s    
    Bulbous Roots in Pots 80/~, 8 Pans Tender Annuals 20/~ £5      
    140 Strawberries in Pots 35/~, 12 Cucumbers 6/~ £2 1s    
    3 dozen Gooseberries in Pots 12/~, 3 dozen Currants in Pots 12/~ £1 4s    
    Expenses removing rubbish inside Green house £5      
    300 Yards Lawn 18/ 50 Yards x 1½ Lawn Embankment 9/~ £1 7s    
    1 large Portugal laurel 63/, 1 Rhododendrum 10/6 £3 13s 6d  
    1 Iron Verandah 42/~, 1 Wire Pyramid for Fruit Trees 17/6 £2 9s 6d  
    300 Herbacious Roots 45/~, 500 Bulbous Roots 10/~ £2 15s    
    96 Gooseberry and Currants 36/~, Two Filberts 7/6 £1 3s 6d  
    Flower Pots 60/~, Tree Planois [?] 10/~ 4 Figs 20/~ £4 10s    
    14 Pecks early Potatoes 25/6, 50 Rhubarb various 45/~ £3 10s 6d  
    Espalia Fruit Trees 60/~, Quantity of Herbs 50/~ £5 10s    
    1,000 Brocoli, Savoys, and Curl Greens, as per Contract £10      
    400 Cabbages Planted out 9/~, 50 Score Stocks in Bed 12/6 £1 1s 6d  
    200 Stools Rasps 5/~, 20 x 2 Yards Strawberries 20/~ £1 5s    
    Vine Boarder to make again £10      
    1820 Yards of Digging 15/~, Peas and Sowing 7/6 £1 2s 6d  
    Manure 5 Tons 45/ 1 Springe 20/~, 2 Vases 10/~, 2 Thermometers 5/~ £4      
    1 Ornamental Wire Stand 10/6 1 dwarfed Washington Plum 16 feet across 21/~ £1 11s 6d  
    Dwarf French Bergamot Pear 21/~, Green House and Fittings destroyed £100 £101 1s    
    Expences Valuing £2 2s    
    Part 3        
    84 Various Ornamental and Timber Trees consisting of Ash, Oak, ~ Sycamore, Elder and Owler 15/~ £63      
    Part 4        
  92 Reams 8 Quarters Broad 3 d/7 X R 80 pounds per Ream 7392 pounds 4½d £138 12s    
  69 Reams 0 Quarters L.D. Fine Rope 45 pounds per Ream 3105 pounds 5d £64 13s 9d  
  114 Reams 0 Quarters L.D. X R 45 pounds per Ream 5130 pounds 4½d £96 3s 9d  
  29 Reams 9½ Quarters Barnsley X R 70 pounds per Ream 2063 pounds 4½d £38 13s 8d  
  18 Reams 12 Quarters Twist X R 100 pounds per Ream 1860 pounds 4½d £34 17s 7d  
  3 Reams 15 Quarters Twist Fine Rope 100 pounds per Ream 375 pounds 5d £7 16s 3d  
  18 Reams 15 Quarters Twist X Rope 100 pounds per Ream 375 pounds 5d £35 3s 2d  
  31 Reams 10 Quarters L.D. X R 45 pounds per Ream 1418 pounds 4½d £26 11s 9d  
  28 Reams 10 Quarters 4 pound X R 48 pounds per Ream 1368 pounds 4½d £25 13s    
  88 Reams 5 Quarters Twist X R 100 pounds per Ream 8825 pounds 4½ £165 9s 5d  
  5 Reams 12 Quarters Broad 3 d/7 Fine Rope 80 pounds per Ream 448 pounds 5d £9 6s 8d  
  15 Reams 14½ Quarters Barnsley X R 90 pounds per Ream 1418 pounds 4½d £26 11s 9d  
    4 pound Rope Tissue as per Make Book 446 Reams 8 Quarters. Deduct sold 22 Reams 424 Reams 8 Quarters 19/~ £403 4s    
    2½ Rope Tissue as per Make Book 54 Reams 5 Quarters 23/~ £62 7s 9d  
  70 Reams 5 Quarters 2½ X R Rope 66 pounds per Ream 4636 pounds 4½d £86 18s 6d  
  31 Reams 15 Quarters Broad 3 d/y Rope 85 pounds per Ream 2698 pounds 4½d £50 11s 9d  
  20 Reams 5 Quarters Norwich 400 pounds per Ream 8100 pounds 4d £135      
  13 Reams 10 Quarters Broad 3d/y R Rope 100 pounds per Ream 1350 pounds 4½d £25 6s 3d  
  25 Reams 15 Quarters Broad 3d/y R Rope 84 pounds per Ream 2163 pounds 4½d £40 12s 2d  
  2 Reams 4 Quarters Barnsley Rope X R 176 pounds 4½d £3 6s    
    Antrobis & Browns Paper as per Invoice 7046 pounds 63 hundredweights 3 quarters 18 pounds and Carriage 22/~ £69 4s 1d  
    Wrappers 34, 200 pounds per foot. Weight 6800 pounds 3½d £99 3s 4d  
    Rope Twist Old in Raghouse 28 Reams 100 pounds per Ream 2800 pounds £52 10s    
    Rope Parceling high glazed in Raghouse, estimated 3360 pounds 4d £56      
  14 Reams 2 Quarters Norwick Rope X R 100 pounds per Ream 1400 pounds 4d £26 5s    
  43 Reams 16 Quarters LD Rope X R 50 pounds per Ream 2199 pounds 4d £41 4s 7d  
  10 Reams 0 Quarters Twist Rope X R 130 pounds per Ream 1300 pounds 4d £24 7s 6d  
  13 Reams 4 Quarters Broad 3d/y Rope X R 84 pounds per Ream 1009 pounds 4d £18 18s 4d  
  13 Reams 0 Quarters Broad 3d/y Fine Rope 84 pounds per Ream 1092 pounds 5d £22 15s    
  47 Reams 8 Quarters LD ~ Fine Rope 50 pounds per Ream 2370 pounds 5d £49 17s 6d  
    Messrs. H&G Coops Paper see Invoice £174 19s 2d  
    Rope Paper Broad 3d/y Fine hot pressed in sol. made up for W K Woodward and 22 Reams 1 Quarter 1860. 1887 pounds @ 5d £39 6s 3d  
    Rope Paper L.D. Fine hot pressed in Sol. Made up for W K Woodward 5d £21 10s 10d  
    Part 5        
    15 Tons Engine Slack £6, 4 Riddles various sizes 14/~ £6 14s    
    4 Circular Saws 24 inch, 20 inch, 11 inch and 9 inch £6 10s    
    4 Stone Hammered Nails various sizes   18s 8d  
    1 Ladder 11 Yards 33/~, 1 Ladder 5 Yards 15/~ £2 8s    
    1 pair 4 pound Moulds 90/~, 1 Pair LD Moulds 80/~ £8 10s    
    1 Pair Broad 3d/y Moulds 105/~, 1 Pair Twist Moulds 120/~ £11 5s    
    156 4 pound Felts £19.10.0, Broad d/y felts £17.17.6 £37 7s 6d  
    91 Twist Felts £17.1.3 100 Pack felts £5.0.0 £22 1s 3d  
    10 Tons Ropes in Yard, Shed, Willowing Room and Chopper £152      
    4 Tons Second Rags and Dish Cloths under shed £60 16s    
    1½ Tons Sheep Netting under Shed £13 10s    
    Cask (Meggits) 8/~, Cask of Holt & Sons 6/3   14s 3d  
    Cask and Swill 16/~, Damage to Joiner's Tools 20/~ £1 16s    
    Hay in Stable say 3 Hundredweights   15s    
    Straw in Stable, and about Vines in Pig stye   10s    
    Indian Corn, Horse Corn, and Sharps in Bin £1 5s    
    Brushes, Sponges, Leathers, Combs, Brooms Buckets, etc., in Stable £2 15s    
    Damage to Cart and Gig Harness 2 sets each £2      
    Animal size and Colt and Son £2 11s 7d  
    Ochre 18 hundredweights 104/~, Esparto Grass £2 £7 4s    
    1 Ton Derbyshire Lime 16/~, Rosin, size and Carriage 43/3 £2 19s 3d  
    25 Hundredweights Soda Ash and Carriage 12/~ £15      
    Lot of short Wood in Joiners Shop £2      
    18 Hundredweights Alum, and Carriage £6 6s    
    White sizeing and Carriage "Howard" £6 10s    
    30 Planks 12, 14, and 16 feet, say 140 x 30 = 420 feet 5d £8 15s    
    40 Lay Boards 6/6 £13, 6 Pressing Blocks 4/6 27/~ £14 7s    
    7 Pressing Planks, Bolted and Screwed 20/~ £7      
    300 Hanging Poles 5/ £6.5, Gas Cokes 10 hundredweights 6/~ £6 11s    
    Stage Boxes, etc., at Rolls 60/~, Turning Block 50/~ £5 10s    
    Ratchet and Boreing Brace 40/~ £2      
    Leather Bands, Willow circular saw Chopper and Grindstone £5   11d  
    Notter except Wheel in Cart Shed £20      
    8 Hundredweights Cut Nails in Tub 14/~ £5 12s    
    3 Hundredweights in Bag in Loft 14/~ £2 2s    
    8 Reams Press Papers 260 pounds a Ream 2080 pounds 6d £52      
    Willowings say 40 Hundredweights 8/~ £16      
    Engine Boards say 45 Hundredweights 32/~ £72      
    20 Red Deal ends 7 feet each 140 Feet 6d £3 10s    
    Sawn Boards ½, ¾, 1 and 1½ Scantling etc. say £5      
    24 Wrought Iron Pressing Plates £4 4s    
    Steel Straight Edge 20/~, 12 Chipping Chisels 16/ £1 16s    
    Turning Tool Steeling Packings etc. for Turning Rolls £2      
    ½ Dozen Files assorted   8s    
    Set Hammer, Maul, and 3 other Hammers £1      
    Machine Cutting Knives for Cutting Paper 1½ dozen £1 16s    
    ½ dozen Sweeping Brooms   7s 6d  
    Pulp in Stuff Chests and Vats say £5      
    4 Oil Cans 6/~, 3 Pint and 6 Quart Lamps 11/~   17s    
    1 Wool Horse rug 12/6, 1 Wove List 10/~ £1 2s 6d  
    Chipping Scissors and Comb 2/6, Feed Boxes for Vats 35/~ £1 17s 6d  
    James Wood for Bricks   9s 6d  
    4 Paint Brushes 8/6, 3 Paint Cans 3/6   12s    
    Henry Hampshire for Low Cart repairing £1 4s 9d  
    Henry Hampshire for Narrow Wheel Cart repairing £1 7s 4d  
    Excise License £4 4s    
    Damages to Miller's Patent Cutting Machine £3      
    Paid J&C Elliss for Locks etc., destroyed £1 18s 4d  
    Paid Woollen & Fordham for Nails for repairing, and Floor Stubs £2 10s    
    Paid Wilson & Son repairing Carriage damaged £14 18s    
    Manure Heap on Common say 10 Tons 8/~ £4      
    Lime House Cleaning out £1      
    Mill Cleaning out £1 10s    
    12 Planks under Shed varying from 12 to 20 feet say 192 feet @ 5d £4      
    Hamper of Sample Colours from Judson & Son London   15s    
    2 Roll Cases 3 feet 6 inches, 2 feet 0 inches x 1½ Wood 9 H £3 3s    
    4 Hydraulic Pressing Planks 2 inches put together with Screws £4      
    25 Deal Planks varying 12 to 14 feet 11 x 3 say 325 feet at 6d £8 2s 6d  
    Joiners Plough 10/6, 2 Bead Planes 5/~, Pair Grooving Planes 5/~ £1   6d  
    Window Plane 7/6, Broad Moulding ~~ Plane 1/9 Slide Guage 2/~   11s 3d  
    Part 6        
    Bye shaft over floor and Shuttle to renew including back and wing Walls comprising 482½ feet of Ashlar 65 feet of Pitching, 180 feet of Rubble and 20 yards of Puddle £53 6s 8d  
    Shuttle 4 feet x 3¼ stem or stark 12 foot Bolts, etc., Two wash board Planks and fixing ditto Rack Pinion and Fixing £5 5s    
    Cast Metal Pentrough 16½ feet long 7½ feet wide 5 feet 2 inches deep, Breast Shuttle, Wheel Shuttle Racks, Pinions, Pedestals, and Shafting to work Shuttles including grate 18 feet long and fixing the same £138      
    Foundation for Pentrough with wing and division Walls comprising 138 feet of Ashlar, 506 feet of Rubble Wall £22 4s 6d  
    Refixing Water Wheel cleaning and repairing same and half cost of resetting stone Headstock and adjusting Pit Wheel £18 2s 6d  
    Rag Engine to clean and repair including ~ renewal of Washer Wires and Water Pipes and repairing Spur Nut £9 10s    
    Stone stuff chest repairing and rejointing including new Side £4 10s    
    2 Agitator Water Wheels one of which requires to be entirely renewed including Agitators £6 2s    
    2 Vats to refix with furnaces to heat either by Fire or Steam including Bridges save all and 42 feet of 2 inch bore pipe and Taps £15 15s    
    2 Lay Stools 2 Railways and 4 Carriages ~ fixing the same and adjusting to Vats and Press £7 5s    
    2 Screw Presses to clean and repair £3      
    Cleaning and repairing and refixing 2 Counter Shafts wheels pedestals and fixings for ~ driving Calenders £4 8s    
    Rolling Calenders to clean repair and refix including renewal of Paper on Roll new Steam nozzle and tap and fixing the same £23 15s    
    Glazing Calender to clean and repair, including spare Rollers Flax and Papers on Rolls to be renewed Steam Tube and new tap, and fixing same £42 12s    
    Hydraulic Press to clean and repair including new leather and fixings Press Pumps £6 4s    
    Willow and circular Saw to refix £3 10s    
    Rope Cutting Machine to clean and repair including new support £2 10s    
    Steam Boiler and flues and safety valve to clean and repair £2 1s    
    Resetting and Repairing boiling and lime Pans, one of which is broken £2 15s    
    Part 7        
    To half cost of cleaning Top Goit, Putting in Top Shuttle Repairing Weir, Walling top Goit and Levelling Bank, Pitching Front of Weir Coffer Dams, Making Walling and Puddling ~ round Mill Dam Stone dressing and setting in forbay, Walling Low Goit Midfeather Wall 3 feet thick and Pudling Mill Floor putting in, fixing Mill ceiling and Harness Cupboard, Partly Cleaning Mill Dam, recleaning top Goit cramping Head stones Foundation for all Walling Pitching Shuttle, Bye Wash and under Water Wheels, Sundry dry Walling, Manure place and road Wall, Rebuilt with Lime Banks levelling down. ~        
    Joiners Work for Doors to Stable, Pig Stye, Joiners Shop, Yard Doors Mill Floor, etc. Walling Rag Shed etc. £218 1s    
    Paid James Swift for Blacksmith's Work £4 2s 3d  
    Paid Mr Townsend for Stone for repairing £1 13s    
    Paid Samuel Walker for Wood for Mill floor and other Repairs £61 12s 8d  
    Paid J&H Tingle for Stone for Repairs £22 10s 10d  
    Paid George Turner for Stone for Repairs £26 8s 6d  
    2 Loads of Lime and Leading £1 8s    
    Paid Butler and Company for Iron Work destroyed and fixing Top Shuttle £17 19s 3d  
    Paid Hornby and Elliott for Black Paint for Mill Floor   13s    
    Paid for Lime September 3rd 1864 21 Hundredweights   14s 9d  
    Paid for Lead for Cramps 2 Hundredweights £2 4s    
    Paid for Lime September 9th 1864 19½ Hundredweights   13s 4d  
    Wood for Stable Door 9/3½ Wood for Carriage House Door 3/6½   12s 10d  
    Wood for Shuttle 2/~, Wood for large door Cheeks 12/10   14s 10d  
    Wood for Engine House door Cheeks 8/5, Wood for Yard Door 14/10 £1 3s 3d  
    Wood for Lentill over Shuttles 6/0½ Wood for Rolling House Door 6/6   12s 6½d  
    Wood for Steps in Bottom Mill 13/5   13s 5d  
    Putting in 18 Squares of Glass @ 3d   4s 6d  
    Wood for Privy 7/10½, Nails and Screws for repairs ~ 12/~   19s 10½d  
    Part 8        
    Rolling House washed down 4 Roods Taking down Wall next the Goit and rebuilding the same @ 20/~ per Rood £4      
    9 1/3 Roods 18 inch hammer dressed stone walling at 34/~ per Rood £15 17s 4d  
    5 Lineal Yards Chimney Flue at 3/~ per Yard   15s    
    26 2/3 Superficial Feet Rusticated stone heads @ 1/4 per Foot £1 15s 7d  
    22 Lineal Feet Tie Beam 8 x 6 at 10d per Foot   18s 4d  
    31 Lineal Feet Principal Rafters and King Post at 7d per Foot   18s 1d  
    10 Lineal Feet Braces at 2½d per Foot   2s 1d  
    1½ Squares Framing Principals @ 8d per Square   12s    
    36 Lineal Feet Side trees 8 x 6 at 10d per Foot   15s    
    180 Lineal Feet Spars at 13/4 per Foot £1 6s 3d  
    48 Lineal Feet Wall Plates and Dogs 4½ x 3 at 3d per foot   12s    
    18 Lineal Feet Ridge Board @ 1d per foot   1s 6d  
    4½ Squares Roof Framing at 6/6 per Square £1 9s 3d  
    55½ Superficial Yards Slating with Grey Slate at 3/~ per Yard £8 6s 6d  
    5¾ Lineal Yards Ridge Stone at 1/3 per Yard   7s 2d  
    82¼ Superficial Feet 4 Sash gut Windows at 9d per Foot £3 1s 8d  
    120 Squares Glazing at 3d each £1 10s    
    34 Superficial Feet 1 inch Batten Door at 8d per Foot £1 2s 8d  
    19½ Lineal Feet Door Frame at 5d per Foot   8s 1½d  
    Hanging Door, with Lock, etc.   5s    
    30 Lineal Feet Lentils to openings at 6d per Foot   15s    
    296 Superficial Feet Boarding off Machinery including upright and Crop fra~ming at 8d Per Foot £9 17s 4d  
    Stone and Setting   10s    
    15 Superficial Feet Inside step and threshold @ 1/~ Per Foot   15s    
    The Mill        
    116 Superficial Yards Parers taking up and relaying @ 1/~ Per Yard £5 16s    
    58 Superficial Yards new Flags for Parers @ 2/6 £7 5s    
    Landing Stones taking up and resetting   10s    
    53,038 Superficial Feet Boarding off Machinery and boarded partitions with framing @ 8d foot £17 13s 7d  
    56 Superficial Feet 3 inch Plank floor over Cisterns @ 9d per Foot £2 2s    
    15½ Lineal Feet dressed bearer 9 x 6 at 1/~ per Foot   15s 6d  
    85 Superficial Feet framed folding Gates hung with Strong bands top and bottom bolts, iron bar and lock at 1/8 per Foot £7 1s 8d  
    82¼ Superficial Feet 4 Sash gut Windows @ 9d per Foot £3 1s 8d  
    118 Number Glazing squares @ 3d each £1 9s 6d  
    Repairing 26 Squares broken @ 6d each   13s    
    127¾ Superficial Feet 6 one Inch batten doors @ 7d per Foot £3 14s 6d  
    6 doors hanging with hinges, etc.   16s 6d  
    3 door Frames @ 7/~ each £1 1s    
    New Zinc conductor and fixing   5s    
    1 Wood Step   2s    
    242 Superficial Yards Pointing outside Walls @ 9d per Yard £9 1s 6d  
    21 Lineal Yards Sough opening and cleaning out @ 1/~ per Yard £1 1s    
    93 Superficial Feet Work Benches 3 Inches thick 10d per foot £3 17s 6d  
    30 Lineal Feet Feet and Bearers to Work Benches ~ 4d per foot   10s    
    Injury to the Mill £50      
    82 Cube Feet Ashlar foundation to chopping Shed at 1/4 per Foot £5 9s 4d  
    3 Roods Parpoint Walling at 30/~ per Rood £4 10s    
    2 Ashlar Pillars and Working £2 10s    
    1 Pair Principals for Roof £1 10s    
    22 Lineal Feet Side trees 7 x 5 @ 8d per Foot   14s 8d  
    180 Lineal Feet Spars @ 1¾ per Foot £1 6s 3d  
    25 Lineal Feet Hollow Pan 8 x 6 @ 10d per foot £1   10d  
    30 Lineal Feet Wall Plate and Dogs @ 3d per foot   7s 6d  
    2 2/3 Squares Framing Roof @ 6/6 per Square   17s 4d  
    29 Lineal Yards Boarding Roof at 1/6 per Yard £2 3s 6d  
    36 Lineal Yards Slating with Blue Slate @ 2/2 per Yard £3 18s    
    50 Superficial Yards Pointing Roof of lime house @ 3d per Yard   12s 6d  
    Making good Walling over door   5s    
    Glazing 9 Squares @ 6d each   4s 6d  
    72 Lineal Feet Spouting @ 9d per foot £2 14s    
    Half of the Rag Shed Roof taking off to receive new Spars and reslating and making good £3 10s    
    Roof over Ashes Vault and boarded and covered with felt £1 10s    
    Door and Frame   8s 6d  
    Glazing 9 Squares @ 6d each   4s 6d  
    15¾ Roods Rebuilding Garden Wall coursed and Mortared @ 26/~ per Rood £20 9s 6d  
    25½ Lineal Yards Coping to Garden Wall @ 2/3 per Yard £2 17s 4½d  
    130 Superficial Yards Asphalting Garden Walks @ 8d per Yard £4 6s 8d  
    24 Superficial Yards Paving in front of house taking up and relaying at 1/~ per Yard £1 4s    
    12 Superficial Yards New Flags for Paving at 2/6 per Yard £1 10s    
    Yard Wall taking down and rebuilding   15s    
    23 Superficial Yards Taking Pavers up in Dining Room to receive dry gravel and repairing at 1/6 per Yard £1 14s 6d  
    General injury to the House called Olive House including injury to the front Wall of Joiners Shop and Stock Rooms above £25      
    Painting and Joiners Work and the wood work injured by the flood and Whitewashing £20      
    Plastering Wall adjoining entrance gates and 6 New Stone Steps and Walling under £1 11s    
    18½ Lineal Roods Taking down the Wall on the North side of the Carriage Road and rebuilding, including Part new stone topped with mortar @ 16/~ per Rood £14 16s    
    Injury to the Reservoir to be repaired so as to hold Water 45 feet long and 21 feet wide £25      
    Part 9        
    To loss of services of Thomas Woodcock as a Paper Maker (and Apprentice) from 12 March 1864 to 24th March 1865 when his term expires at 15/~ per Week £40 10s    
    To loss of services of Thomas Bleaker as a Paper Maker (an Apprentice) from 12th March 1864 to 12th March 1865 at 12/ per Week £31 4s    
    To Cash Paid James Hollingsworth foreman 1 Months Wages at 25/~ per Week £5      
    To Cash Paid George Glossop Paper Maker one Months Wages at 20/~ per Week £4      
    To Cash Paid George Hollingsworth Paper Maker one months Wages at 20/~ per Week £4      
    To Cash Paid Jehoida Elliott, Paper Maker at 20/~ per Week £4      
    To Cash Paid 10 Women who worked in Paper Mill 4 Weeks Wages at 5/~ per Week each £10      
    To damage sustained by not being able to finish £394 worth of Paper bought from Messrs. Coop of Bury Lancashire £28 16s    
    To damage sustained by not being able to use and work up nearly 7 Tons of Old Ropes lying at Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Station bought from Mr Bartholomew French of Tabley Street, Liverpool £6 6s    
    To damage sustained by loss of Interest on money paid laid out and expended as shown by this Claim £23 16s    
    To loss of use and occupation of Paper Mill Machinery and Premises, Known as Olive ~ Paper Mill from 12th March 1864 to 28th October 1864 33 Weeks after the rate of £200 per Annnum £126 18s 3d  
    To loss of use and occupation of said Paper Mill for the Term of 9 Months from 28 October 1864, after the rate of £200 per Annum being the time estimated to put the Mill in working Condition £150      
    To loss of connection and Trade ~ profits from 12th March 1864, and Damages to Trade and Business of a Paper Manufacturer £800      
    Part 10        
  March 26 To Cash paid 10 Men 6 days each for ~ removing Debris £10 18s    
    To Cash Paid Messrs Denton and Helliwell for 6 days carting each 48/~ £4 16s    
    To Cart Horse and Man 6 days at 8/~ £2 8s    
  April 2 To Cash Paid 10 Me3n Weeks Wages for ~ removing Debris £10 9s 6d  
    To Cash Paid messrs. Denton and Helliwell for 6 days Carting each 48/~ £4 16s    
    To Cart Horse and Man 6 days @ 8/~ £1 4s    
  April 9 To Cash paid 10 Men Weeks wages for ~ removing dirt and Debris £11 14s    
    To Cash Ann Helliwell carting 6 days £2 8s    
    To Cash Ann Denton carting 2 days   16s    
    To Horse Cart and Man 6 days at 8/~ £2      
  April 16 To Cash Paid 10 Men weeks wages for ~ removing dirt and Debris £10 6s    
    To Cash Ann Helliwell carting 6 days £2 8s    
    To Cash Ann Denton carting 6 days £1 12s    
    To Horse Cart and Man 4 days at 8/~ £1 12s    
  April 23 To Cash Paid 10 men Weeks Wages for removing Dirt and Debris £10 8s 10d  
    To Cash Ann Helliwell 3 days Carting £1 4s    
    To Cash Ann Denton 4 days Carting £1 12s    
    To Horse, Cart and Man 5 days at 8/~ £2      
  April 30 To Cash Paid 10 Men Weeks Wages for removing Dirt and Debris £10 13s    
    To Cash Ann Helliwell 4 days Carting £1 12s    
    To Cash Ann Denton 5 days Carting £2      
    To Horse Cart and Man 4 days at 8/~ £1 12s    
  May 7 To Cash Paid 11 Men for removing dirt and debris £11 5s 9d  
    To Horse Cart and Man 4 days £1 12s    
    To Cash Ann Denton Carting 4 days £1 12s    
    To Cash Ann Helliwell Carting 4 days £1 12s    
    To Cash paid Men cleaning Reservoir in Garden £4 4s    
    To Cash paid Men Cleaning Low Goight £41 17s 10d  
    Summary [£.s.d]        
    To Amount of Claim Part 1 70.10.10        
    To Amount of Claim Part 2 226.3.0        
    To Amount of Claim Part 3 63.0.0        
    To Amount of Claim Part 4 2173.0.9        
    To Amount of Claim Part 5 678.9.1        
    To Amount of Claim Part 6 370.15.0        
    To Amount of Claim Part 7 363.1.10        
    To Amount of Claim Part 8 325.18.0        
    To Amount of Claim Part 9 1234.10.3        
    To Amount of Claim Part 10 160.12.11


£5666.1.8
       
        £5666 2s 7d  
  Certificate Granted
30 June 1865
Assessed by Agreement incl costs at £4641 12s    

Note: Total in register is incorrect [£5666.1.8]. Boarder [sic], Expences [sic], Fuchias [sic], Chrysanthums [sic], necterines [sic], Rhododendrum [sic], Brocoli [sic], sizeing [sic], boreing [sic], forbay [sic], pudling [sic], Lentill [sic];

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