Tate: East Cawledge Park farm contains 273ac. 3r. 2p., of which 95ac. are in grass; the rent in 1650, on a lease, was £35 and a bushel of oats ; it was the same in 1745, though a fine would most probably be paid on the renewal of the lease ; the present rent is £267 10s. The soil is a clayey loam of a fair quality ; among the fields are the Stanley flats and bank and the Cobbler’s knowes. ” Petrifying springs,” water charged with carbonate of lime, come out of the brae side below the house.