Publication: Oxford Journal, 9 May 1795
To be sold by Auction, by Jos. Pratt, on Friday 26th Day of June 1795, between the Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, at the Dwelling House of Christopher Holmes, White Hart, Broadway, in the Country of Worcester, unless disposed of by Private Contract, of which property Notice will be given in this Part, – All that inclosed Ground of Arable Land, now sown with Wheat, containing, by Estimation, thirty-four Acres, be the same more or less, with a Barn standing thereon, situate on Broadway Hill, in the Parish of Broadway, having Land belonging to the Earl of Coventry on the one Side thereof, and Land belonging to Mr. Groves of Powden, on the other Side thereof. These Premises are considerably let to John Newman, and may be entered upon at Michelmas next. The said Estate is Leasehold, under a Term of 999 Years, about ninety Years thereof are only expired. – For further information refer to John Davis, of Broadway, the Proprietor; Thomas Bovey Green, Attorney at Law, Blockley; of the Auctioneer, Evesham.
N.B. The several Sums of 700 pounds and 150 pounds may be had, upon Freehold Security, by applying to said Thomas Bovey Green.