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The particulars of the capital and very valuable freehold estate, desirably situate in the most beautiful part of the county of Essex, Within Three Miles of Chelmsford, on the High Road to Witham, Harwich, and Colchester; comprising the noble and truly-distinguished mansion house, called New Hall, with suitable offices of every denomination, Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Wilderness, Woods, Fish Ponds, Canal, capital walled Kitchen Garden, and demesne lands, containing six hundred & fifty-two acres, Lying within a Ring Fence, in a high State of Cultivation; with excellent brick farm houses, brick barns, and all other proper out-buildings; The Whole forming one of the compleatest Estates in the Kingdom, now in capital Farms, over which there is an exclusive Right of Sporting: also Old Hall farm, Containing Two Hundred and Forty-Two Acres; together with the manor of Old Hall, With the Annual Quit Rents, Fines at Will of Lord, Courts, Royalties, Fishery, and Immunities: and also Forty-Three Acres of Land, a Brick and Tile Kiln, and a new-erected House, In the High Road to Chelmsford; and a small farm in Springfield Lane: The rental of the whole about Nine Hundred Pounds per Annum, Exclusive of Mansion House and Manor: which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Skinner, Dyke, & Skinner, on Wednesday the 4th of July, 1798, At Twelve O'Clock, At Garraway's Coffee House, 'change Alley, Cornhill, London, in six lots.

Title
The particulars of the capital and very valuable freehold estate, [electronic resource] : desirably situate in the most beautiful part of the county of Essex, Within Three Miles of Chelmsford, on the High Road to Witham, Harwich, and Colchester; comprising the noble and truly-distinguished mansion house, called New Hall, with suitable offices of every denomination, Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Wilderness, Woods, Fish Ponds, Canal, capital walled Kitchen Garden, and demesne lands, containing six hundred & fifty-two acres, Lying within a Ring Fence, in a high State of Cultivation; with excellent brick farm houses, brick barns, and all other proper out-buildings; The Whole forming one of the compleatest Estates in the Kingdom, now in capital Farms, over which there is an exclusive Right of Sporting: also Old Hall farm, Containing Two Hundred and Forty-Two Acres; together with the manor of Old Hall, With the Annual Quit Rents, Fines at Will of Lord, Courts, Royalties, Fishery, and Immunities: and also Forty-Three Acres of Land, a Brick and Tile Kiln, and a new-erected House, In the High Road to Chelmsford; and a small farm in Springfield Lane: The rental of the whole about Nine Hundred Pounds per Annum, Exclusive of Mansion House and Manor: which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Skinner, Dyke, & Skinner, on Wednesday the 4th of July, 1798, At Twelve O'Clock, At Garraway's Coffee House, 'change Alley, Cornhill, London, in six lots.
Author
Skinner, Dyke, and Skinner (London, England)
Publication
[London : s.n., 1798]
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Advertisements.
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  • Docket title: 'Particulars of a freehold estate, near Chelmsford, in Essex'.
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
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  • English Short Title Catalog,
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  • Electronic reproduction.
OCLC
642502590
Author
Skinner, Dyke, and Skinner (London, England)
Title
The particulars of the capital and very valuable freehold estate, [electronic resource] : desirably situate in the most beautiful part of the county of Essex, Within Three Miles of Chelmsford, on the High Road to Witham, Harwich, and Colchester; comprising the noble and truly-distinguished mansion house, called New Hall, with suitable offices of every denomination, Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Wilderness, Woods, Fish Ponds, Canal, capital walled Kitchen Garden, and demesne lands, containing six hundred & fifty-two acres, Lying within a Ring Fence, in a high State of Cultivation; with excellent brick farm houses, brick barns, and all other proper out-buildings; The Whole forming one of the compleatest Estates in the Kingdom, now in capital Farms, over which there is an exclusive Right of Sporting: also Old Hall farm, Containing Two Hundred and Forty-Two Acres; together with the manor of Old Hall, With the Annual Quit Rents, Fines at Will of Lord, Courts, Royalties, Fishery, and Immunities: and also Forty-Three Acres of Land, a Brick and Tile Kiln, and a new-erected House, In the High Road to Chelmsford; and a small farm in Springfield Lane: The rental of the whole about Nine Hundred Pounds per Annum, Exclusive of Mansion House and Manor: which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Skinner, Dyke, & Skinner, on Wednesday the 4th of July, 1798, At Twelve O'Clock, At Garraway's Coffee House, 'change Alley, Cornhill, London, in six lots.
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[London : s.n., 1798]
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Indexed In:
English Short Title Catalog, T180773.
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Great Britain England London.
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