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THIS INDENTURE MADE THE SEVENTEENTH DAY OF November in the fourth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne by the Grace of God of England Scotland and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith etc BETWEEN the Right Honourable Charles Boderle earl of Radnor of the one part and Patherick Bunt of the Parish of Cardinham of the other part WITNESSETH that the said Earls of Radnor as well for and in consideration of the sum of four score and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence and two guineas of gold of lawful English money unto the said Earle of Radnor by the said Patherick Bunt and before the execution of these presents well and truly paid the receipt whereof the said Earle of Radnor doth hereby acknowledge and thereof all and every part and parcel thereof doth acquit and discharge the said Patherick Bunt his Executors administrators and assigns and every of them by these presents as aforesaid and in consideration of the sum of fourscore and six pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence of like lawful English money unto the said Earle of Radnor by his said Patherick Bunt well and truly to be paid at or upon the 29th day of September next ensuing the date thereof as also for and in consideration of the sum of fourscore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence of like lawful English money more with the said Patherick Bunt thereby promise to pay unto the said Earl of Radnor or his assigns at or upon the 29th day of September which shall be in the year of our Lord God 1707 HATH demised and leased and in and by these presents doth demise and lease and to and to farms sett lett confirm unto the said Patherick Bunt all that messuage and tenament called Cabilla Barns situate lying and being in the Parish of Cardinham and County aforesaid with all and singular its appurtenances late in the tenure and occupation of William Bunt of Bradock and which fell into the hands and possession of the said Earl of Radnor on the death of Thomas Bunt his son all which said premises are part of the Manor of Cabilla EXCEPTING and always reserving unto the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns all timber trees of oak ash elms and with all and all woods now growing or hereafter to grow in and upon the premises with liberty to fell down and carry away the same and also all tin toll tin and tin works and all other mines of metal whatsoever now being or hereafter to be found in or upon the premises and liberty to dig delve and harth for tin and other metals and in and metals there found the same from thereto to take and carry away with all manner of carriages and also reserving unto the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns free warren of and for all hunting fishing and fowling make upon the premises with liberty liberties to and for the said Earl of Radnor and hi heirs with his and their retinue to hawk hunt fish and fowl in and upon the said premises at his and their will and pleasure TO HAVE AND TO HOLD all and singular the said demised premises with the appurtenances (except before excepted) unto the said Patherick Bunt his executors administrators and assigns from the 23rd September last passed for and during the term and time of fourscore and nineteen years fully to be complete and ended if Patherick Bunt his son aged about 27 years Elizabeth Ennor daughter of Thomas Ennor of St Nyott aged about 21 years and Mary the daughter of Nicholas Wills of Bradock aged about 2 years or either of them shall so long happen to live YEILDING and paying therefore yearly unto the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns three and fifty shillings and four pounds of lawful English money at or upon the four ? or days of the year most usual for payment of rent that is to say at or upon the 25th of December the 25th of March the 24th day of June and 29th day of September by even and equal portions to be paid during the said terms YEILDING also and paying one capon yearly at xmas or twelve ? (pouts or pounds) for the same and one harvest ? (journey) yearly in the time of harvest or six ? (pouts or pounds) for the same during the said term AND also yielding and paying a best beast for and in (damaged) name of an herriott or farlief by and upon the death of the said Patherick Bunt the son Elizabeth Ennor and Mary Wills and by and upon the death of every and either of them respectively dying one after another as they are (damage) lett dolons in this indenture of lease AND the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents his executors administrators and assigns and every of them shall doe suite and service to all his Court and Courts of the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns that shall be then kept within his or their Manor of Cabilla and shall also doe and exorcise the office of a Reeve and all of the suites and services as other tenements of the said in and here doe (damaged) authorised to doe during the said term AND shall and will also at his and their own proper costs and charges well and sufficiently repair ? sustain maintain and keep all and singular the said premises with appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof as well as walls and coverings as hedges ditches gates and fences and make other needful and noncomencement reparations during the same leasure and in end of the said leasure the same to well and sufficiently repair and maintain shall and will have and hold up AND the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents doth covenant and promise to and with the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns by these presents that he the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents his executors administrators and assigns shall and will dwell and inhabit in and upon the premises during the terms aforesaid AND it is further agreed between the parties aforesaid that the said Patherick bunt or his assigns shall not cutt any timber without the license or leave of the said Earl of Radnor his heirs or assigns and it is further agreed between the parties aforesaid that the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents is to have reasonable wooding of brush and underwood on the premises for his necessary use to be spent on the premises only but not to sell any to any person whatsoever AND IF IT MAY HAPPEN the said yearly rent of three and fifty shillings and four pence to be behind and unpaid in part or in all by the spare of six months next after any day of the days of payment aforesaid in with the said ought to be paid aforesaid being lawfully demanded and not paid and not sufficient distress in or upon the said premises by all that time can or may be found whereby the said rent soo being behind with the arrearages thereof if any be may or can be levied or if the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents his executors administrators and assigns doe or commit or willingly suffer to be done or committed any act thing which shall or may be predudicial or hurtful to the state of inheritance of the said Earl of Radnor his heirs or assigns or for the said premises or if the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents his executors administrators and assigns doe fail and make default of payment of the aforesaid sum of fourscore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence of lawful English money unto the said Earl of Radnor or his assigns at or upon the 29th day of September next ensuing the date hereof or of the said Patherick Bunt his executors administrators and assigns do fail and make default of payment of the aforesaid sum of fourscore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence of like lawful English money unto the said Earl of Radnor or his assigns at or upon the 29th day of September which shall be in the year of Our Lord 1707 according to the true intent and meaning of these presents or if the said Patherick Bunt his executors administrators and assigns doe not justly ? for and pay over unto the said Earl of Radnor and his assigns all the rents suits and / and all other yearly profits which shall from time to time arise and grow and within the aforesaid Manor of Cabilla when and as often as he or they shall ? gather and receive the same as Reeve or Reeves of the said Manor during the term aforesaid THAT THEN and from thenceforth for all or any of the causes aforesaid it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Earl of Radnor his heirs and assigns into all and singular the said premises with the appurtenances wholly to enter and the same to have again retaine reposses and enjoy as in his and their former right and estate these presents or any herein contained to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding AND the said Earl of Radnor and his heirs all and singular the premises with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof (except before excepted) unto the said Patherick Bunt party to these presents his executors administrators and assigns in manner and form aforesaid and for and during the term aforesaid and by and under the rent reservations exceptions covenants and agreements before in these presents reserved and specified as well against him the said Earl of Radnor and his heirs as also against all other persons or persons having or lawfully claiming to have any estate right title or interest by from or under him or them shall and will ? acquit and by these presents defend IN WITNESS whereof the parties above said to these present indentures their hands and seals interchangeably have set the day and year first above written Anno Domini 1705

Witnessed on reverse
Fford Rogers
Nicholas West
Henry Bond

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Contributed by Malcolm McCarthy, (Malc in Sunny Padstow), who has the original document.