The Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Thursday 22 Oct 1812
TO BE LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
For a Term of Seven Years,
On Monday the Twenty-fixth of October inftant, at Rock Houfe Inn, in Curry Mallett aforefaid, between the hours of four and feven in the afternoon.
THE following very Improvable LANDS, in the undermentioned LOTS, or otherwife, as may be determined on at the time of taking
Lot 1. - A Piece or Parcel of Arable Land, called BRIT CROFT containing, by eftimation, Eight Acres; and a Piece of Meadow Land adjoining called BROAD ACRE.
Lot 2. - All thofe two Fields, called HIGHER & LOWER HALES, containing, by eftimation, Thirty Acres, whereof Ten Acres is Pafture.
Lot 3. - A Piece or Parcel of Arable Land, in COURSE-HEDGE COMMON FIELD, containing by eftimation, One Acre and Half.
Lot 4. - All thofe Three Fields, called ROCKBACKSIDE, PATH BREACH, and BREACH MEADOW, with a Piece or Parcel of Meadow, in Iflemoor, containing together, by eftimation, Thirty-five Acres, whereof Ten Acre is Meadow, and Five Pafture.
Lot 5. - All thofe Two Pieces or Parcels of Arable Land, called HANGING PIECE and SLADE FIELD, containing, by eftimation, Nine Acres.
Lot 6. - All thofe three Fields, called STONEBOROUGH, HIGHER and LOWER MARSHWAY, with a Piece or Parcel of Meadow, in Iflemoor, containing together, by eftimation, Twenty-five Acres, whereof Eight if Pafture, and Three Meadow.
Lot 7. - A Piece or Parcel of Arable Land, called STOWEY CROSS, containing, by eftimation, Eight Acres.
Lot 8. - All thofe two Pieces or Parcels of Arable Land, called IBERBY? And LONG MARSHWAY, containing by eftimation Twelve Acres; alfo Two Pieces of Meadow Land in Islemore, containing, by eftimation, Three Acres.
Lot 9. - All thofe Four Pieces or Parcels of Meadow and Pafture Land called DOLMAN's CROFT, EIGHT ACRES, MIDDLE FIVE ACRES, and YONDER FIVE ACRES, and STROUD's ORCHARD, all adjoining and containing together, by eftimation. Twenty tow Acres and Half.
Lot 10. - HIGHER ORCHARD, containing, by eftimation, Three Acres.
Immediate poffeffion will be given of all the Arable Lands, and the Orchard, Meadow and Pafture, at Lady's Day next. The Proprietor will drain any part of the Lands on condition of the Tenant's drawing the Stone, and paying Seven per cent during the term, for the expence thereof.
For a view of the Premifes apply to Mr John BAKER, the prefent Tenant; and for further particulars, to Mr. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Langport, or Mr. William SUMMERS, Land Surveyor, Afhill.
Dated Afhill, Oct 7, 1812.
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