RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF THE SOUTH WEST BLACK COUNTRY

 
 

 

 

 

Aris's Gazette


MONDAY, 9th., MARCH, 1818

MONMOUTHSHIRE


TO be LET for a long term of Years, about Thousand Acres of FREEHOLD PROPERTY, containing the well-known and discovered Veins or Strata of Iron Ore, and Coal of the best Quality, with Fire Clay, Tile, Paving, Building Stone, and Lime Stone within a convenient Distance. The above Premises are worth the Attention of any Persons disposed to embark in the Iron Trade, being most desirably situated, and possessing the Command of a Sufficient supply of Water for any Machines that might be required.
The said Premises are within eighteen miles of the advantages Port of Newport, fifteen of which communicates therewith by a Canal and Tram Road, to which a Branch can be made at a very moderate Expense.
For further Particulars apply to Mr. James James, at Pontypool, who will give every Information necessary, if by Letter Post paid.

 

Note reference to Tram Road