By Chancery, Addecott v Addecott
Desirable leasehold Property in Horsham, Sussex, almost equal to freehold being held for a term of 500 years from 1796 at a ground rent of 6d.
To be sold by auction pursuant to an order of the High Court of Chancery made in the matter of the estate of Wm Addecott late of Little York Place, Portman Square in the Parish of St Marylebone, in the County of Middlesex, carpenter, deceased, and in the case of Addecott v Addecott with the approbation of the Master of the Rolls by Messrs Kemp, auctioneers appointed by the judge, at the Mart, Bartholomew Lane, in the City of London on Friday 19th July 1861 at 12 for 1 o'clock:
A leasehold house and garden with a good frontage a short distance from the Railway Station, Horsham, in the County of Sussex, now in the occupation of Mrs Addecott, but the purchaser will have possession of the premises.
Particulars of Messrs Gregory, Skirrow, and Rowcliffes, 1, Bedford Row, London, Solicitors; Messrs Hare and Whitfield, 1, Mitre Court Temple, London, Solicitors; Mr. T. H. Strangway of 10 King's Road, Bedford Roaw, London, Solicitor; Mr Pilford Medwin of Horsham aforesaid solicitor; of Messrs Kemp, 37 Judd Street, Brunswick Square, and 161, Albany Street, Regent's Park, London,the Auctioneers; and the Mart.

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