Objection was made by the lessees on the ground of additional expense, and boats run by horse power were substituted.
The excuse of the lessees for their failure to pay was the "restraint from playing."
In 1649 the arrears of the lessees having reached the sum of £974 5s.
After the Fortune was thus closed, the lessees were in a predicament.
The lessees of the gaming privileges went bankrupt, and were unable to fulfill their obligations to the Prince.
Its present lessees and managers are Messrs. Frock and Mitchell.
We are but temporary holders, lessees of property the ultimate title of which is vested in Him who created all that is.
"But why do not you state your grievances to the landlords and lessees," said the stranger.
It was stipulated in 1797 that the lessees should not sell the product for more than 60 cents a bushel.
The proctors or lessees dismissed or appointed vicars at their pleasure.