From the Particulars of Sale, Didlington Estate, 1910, p. 5.
Being part of the Conditions of Sale under which the Estate is offered.
TO BE TAKEN BY VALUATION.
The whole of the VALUABLE GROWING TIMBER and UNDERWOODS.
The fixed IRON and WIRE FENCING and the WIRE NETTING protecting the Woods and Plantations
The Landlord's and Tenant's Fixtures in the House, Laundry, Stables, Gardens, and Estate Workshops, the Installation of Electric Light, the Engine, Accumulators and Dynamos, the Electric Light Fittings; also the Water Supply Plant, Estate Saw Bench and Plant, with the Engine and connections used therewith, and the Steam Fire Engine; Plants in pots, Garden Vases and Tools; Contents of the Estate Workshops, Yards amd Estate Offices; Boats on Lake; Kennels and Game Requisites.
The Tenants' Right (if any) upon Lands in Hand.
The Tapestries affixed to the Walls in the New Museum, together with the Spanish leather on the walls of the Vernet Room, will be removed by the Vendor, or they can be purchased by arrangement.
SALE BY AUCTION.
The Vendor reserves the right to hold an Auction or Auction Sales in the House, or upon the Estate, at any time previous to the Completion of the Purchase.
TENANCIES---RIGHTS OF WAY.
The Sale is subject to existing Tenancies, to to all Rights of Way, Rights of Water, Easements, and Outgoings. The written Agreements and Leases can be inspected at the Solicitors' office by appointment.
PLANS AND SCHEDULES.
The Plans and Particulars herein have been carefully prepared, and are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed, and no claim can be admitted for errors or discrepancies.