1998.1314

Description

Sale by Auction Verrall & Son on Tuesday 17th December at 12 o’clock at the Old Ship Inn, Brighthelmstone.
A Messuage, garden and two meadows, about 6 acres in the occupation of Mr James Attree and an arable field containing about 4 acres and a parcel of woodland containing about 88 acres in the occupation of Mr Thomas Kennard. The Premises are called Petlands and adjoin the Carriage Road leading from Cuckfield and Lindfield to Lewes, about 2 miles from Cuckfield. They are Freehold and Corn Tythe Free and have a right of Common. There is about 600 £ worth of Oak timber on the Woodland which is to be paid for by the Purchaser at a valuation and the purchase is considered very eligible to Trustees for Infants, and those who do not look to immediate interest for their money would be amply compensated in the growth of the Timber in a few years.

Also the following Turnpike Shares:
Debentures for 425£ secured on the Tolls of the Brighthelmstone and Cuckfield Turnpike, the interest of which is 5 per cent due at Michaelmas.
Two securities for £132 each, together £264 upon the Cross Turnpike from Maresfield to Cuckfield etc. On which the purchaser will be intitled to interest at 4% from 29th June and 23 September 1816.
A subscription of £1000 upon the Turnpike Road from Horley Common in Surrey through Worth and Balcombe to join the Brighthelmstone Turnpike Road at Cuckfield in Sussex.

Further printed particulars and the Conditions of Sale may be had in a few days at the King’s Head, Cuckfield, Tiger, Lindfield, Old Ship Inn and Libraries Brighthelmstone of the Auctioneers at Lewes and Messrs Medwin and Son, Solicitors, Horsham

Phillips, Printer, Horsham
(1816)

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