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Edward Hincks, of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, distiller, of the second part, and the Rev. Henry Waistell, of the third part.

On the 1st September, 1753, Sir William Middleton, Bart., Hannah Shrive, widow, and Rev. Henry Waistell, surrendered (by four surrenders) to Edward Smith and Henry Thomas Carr, all the premises in the before named surrenders of 11th November, 1737, and November 9,1749, by the same descriptions. To have to the said Edward Smith and Henry Thomas Carr, and their sequels in right, according to the custom of the courtf rendering &c. And they were thereupon admitted tenants thereof. Defeazanced upon the trusts of a deed of even date therewith, between the said Sir William Middleton and Dame Ann his wife, of the first part, the said Henry Waistell of the second part, and the said Edward Smith and Henry Thomas Carr of the third part.

Sir William Middleton, Bart., died* without issue, at his seat, Belsay Castle, on the evening of Wednesday, September 28,1757, see p. 131. On the 27th May, 1760, the above-named Edward Smith and Henry Thomas Carr, surrendered (by four surrenders) to the Rev. Henry Waistell, and John Rosamon, all the premises contained in the four surrenders of 1st September, 1753, and by

* All persons to whom Sir William Middleton, late of Belsay Castle, in the county of Northumberland, Bart., deceased, was indebted at the time of his death, either by bond or on simple contract, are requested to send an account of their respective demands to the Rev. Mr. Wastel, at Symondburn, or to Mr. Stewart, in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle. And all persons indebted to the estate of the said Sir William Middleton, are requested by his Executor, to pay their respective debts to the said Mr. Wastel, or Mr. Stewart, or to Mr. Robert Donkin, at Belsay Castle, aforesaid.—Neu-cattU Courant Oct. 22,1757. the same descriptions. To have to the said Henry Waistell and John Rosaman, and their sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And they were thereupon admitted tenants thereof absolute.

As to the quay, &c, part of Sir W. Middleton's and now (1830) belonging to William Clark, Esq., and Humble Lamb, Esq. on behalf of the Haswell Coal Company..

On the 29th April, 1762, the Rev. Henry Waistell and John Rosamon surrendered to Thomas Thompson, of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, gentleman, all those copyhold premises contained in the second of the said four surrenders of 11th November, 1737, and by the same description. To have to the said Thomas Thompson and. his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court rendering, &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant On the 25th June, 1762, the said Thomas Thompson sufr. rendered to Francis Blakiston, gentleman, all the aforesaid premises, and by the same description. To have to the said Francis Blakiston, and his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant. Defeazanced in trust for William Blakiston, of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, gen-" tleman, his heirs, sequels in right, and assigns for ever. On the 4th October, 1802, Robert Blakiston, of Bishopton, in the county of Durham, gentleman, son and heir of Francis Blakiston, deceased, was admitted to all the same premises as in the surrender of 2'yth June, 1762, which the said Francis Blakiston had in right whilst he lived. To have to the said Robert Blakiston, and his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering.

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&c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant. Oil October 5,1802, Eleanor Blakiston, of Bishopwearmouth, widow, and sole executrix of and under the will of William Blakiston, deceased, and the said Robert Blakiston, surrendered to John Elstob, of Lambton's Buildings, in the county of Durham, brewer, John Kilburn, of Fatfield, in the said county, gentleman, and Robert Hutchinson, of Washington, in the said county, gentleman, all the same premises, and by the same description. To have to the said John Elstob, John Kilburn, and Robert Hutchinson, and their sequels, according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And they were thereupon admitted tenants. Defeazanced for securing the sum of £400 and interest to the said John Elstob, John Kilburn, and Robert Hutchinson, or the survivor of them, and upon the trusts of a settlement, bearing date 2nd January, 1800, between the said John Elstob, John Kilburn, and Robert Hutchinson of the one part, and John Hudson and Mary his wife of the other part, and subject thereto in trust for the said Eleanor Blakiston, her heirs, sequels in right, and assigns for ever. On 2nd June, 1806, the said Eleanor Blakiston, surrendered to Eleanor Robinson, of Bishopwearmouth, aforesaid, widow, all the 6ame premises and by the same description. To have to the said Eleanor Robinson, and her sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And she was thereupon admitted tenant absolute. December 17, 1812, John Elstob, John Kilburn, and Robert Hutchinson surrendered to the said Eleanor Robinson all the same premises and by the same description. To have to the said Eleanor Robinson and her sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering,

&c. And she was thereupon admitted tenant absolute. On the 13th August, 1824, the said Eleanor Robinson, widow, surrendered to John Smith, of Bishopwearmouth, wine merchant, and John Burdon, of Sunderland-near-theSea, shipbuilder, all the same premises and by the same description. To have to the said John Smith and John Burdon and their sequels in right according to the custom of the court, rendering &c. And they were thereupon admitted tenants. Defeazanced for securing £700 and interest to the said Eleanor Robinson and subject thereto. In trust for Thomas Burdon of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, common brewer (who had purchased the said premises of the said Eleanor Robinson for £1100) his heirs, sequels in right, and assigns. On 23rd November, 1830, the said Thomas Burdon, Eleanor Robinson, John Smith, and John Burdon, surrendered to Hugh Taylor, of Earsden, Northumberland, Esq., all the said copyhold premises and by the same description. To have to the said Hugh Taylor and his sequels in right according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant. Defeazanced in trust for William Clark of Belford Hall, Northumberland, Esq., and Humble Lamb, of Ryton, in the county of Durham, Esq. (who had purchased the said premises for the sum of £2,000) their heirs, sequels in right, and assigns.

As to other part late Sir William Middleton's and now (1830) belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Fisher.

On the 29th April, 1762, the Rev. Henry Waistell and John Rosamon surrendered to Edward Hincks of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, mariner, one of the Commissioners

of the river Wear under the Act of 174G-7, Demise, 6d. "all that piece or parcel of ground situate

at the east end of Sunderland-near-theSea, and lately lying between the high and low watermarks of the river Wear there, on part of which has been erected part of a key commonly called the Commissioners' Key with all houses, keys, edifices and erections then built upon the same, then in the possession of the said Edward Hincks, and abutting upon part of the said key called the Commissioners' Key late in the possession of Stephen Shafto on the west, and the Pier on the east," being part of the premises described in the first of four surrenders dated 11th November, 1737, from Sir William Middleton to Thomas Hill and Hannah Shrive. To have to the said Edward Hincks and his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And he was thereupon admitted tenant. On the 18th August, 1762, the said Edward Hincks surrendered to Robert Inman, of Sunderland-near-the-Sea, coal-fitter, all the premises in the surrender of 29th April, 17G2, to the said Edward Hincks, and by the same description. To have to the said Robert Inman, and his sequels in right, according to the custom of the court, rendering, &c. And he Was "thereupon admitted tenant. Defeazanced upon such trusts as the said Edward Hincks should by will direct, limit, or appoint, and in default thereof in trust for 'the said Edward Hincks and his sequels in right. On the 4th August, 1774, the said Robert Inman* and Edward Hincks surrendered to John Marshall, of South

• Mr. Inman was a coal-fitter at Sunderland. It is related of him that, on meeting his friend Mr. John Biss, of Deptford House, who

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