LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPERY,
Leghorn, Straw Bonnet, and Stay Warehouse,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
HIGH STREET STOURBRIDGE.
J. BEADLE begs Leave to Return Thanks to the Inhabitants of Stourbridge
and its Vicinity for the liberal Encouragement he has experienced
since his Commencement in Business, and informs them he has just
returned from London with a choice Assortment of Leghorn, fine
Straw and Chip Bonnets, Corsets and Stays, rich Poplins, Sarsnets,
Satins, rich broad figured Ribbons, elegant Silk Scarves and Shawls.
Mechlin Lace, Thread Veils, with an Assortment of Irish Linens,
Table Linen, Diapers, French Cambrics, &c. all of which will
be sold very cheap for ready money.
Coal and Ironstone under the same,
FREEHOLD, TYTHE-FREE, AND LAND-TAX REDEEMED.
TO be sold by AUCTION, by W. HANDY and Co. on Monday the 15th
June, 1818, at Mr. Blewitt’s, the Hotel, at Dudley, in the
County of Worcester, precisely at 5 o’Clock in the Afternoon,
subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced;—a
small desirable Farm, know by the Name of WYTHYMOOR MILL; consisting
of a decent Farm House, with necessary Outbuildings, and 27 Acres
(more or less) of extremely rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land,
the Whole lying within a Ring Fence, divided in nearly equal Quantities
by the Dudley and Netherton Canal, which passes through the Centre
of the Estate. The Whole of the Surface Lands are now, and for
many Years past, have been in the occupation of Mr. David Walker,
at the yearly Rent of 84l. and are situate in the Parish of Rowley
Regis, in the County of Stafford, on the Confines of the County
of Worcester, and within about 1 Mile of the Market Town of Dudley.
The MINES of COAL and IRONSTONE supposed to be under this Estate,
are immense and invaluable; it adjoins the Knowle Colliery, which
is now in full Work; and the Coal there is proved to be of excellent
Quality, and eleven Yards thick, the regular Mine.
The peculiar Advantage of this Work will possess is beyond all
Calculation from its situation, the Canal passing through their
own Land, in the very Centre of the Estate, where all the Basins,
Rail Roads, &c. that are necessary to carry on the Works may
be made, without any interference with other Property.
The great Furnaces of Messrs. Attwoods and Co. also the extensive
Collieries of Lord Dudley and Major St. Paul, nearly adjoin, but
few of them have the Advantage of this Estate, it being immediately
upon the Line of the Canal that communicates with Birmingham,
Worcester, &c. Their is also 20 Pounds per Annum paid by the
Knowle Colliery Company, for the Use of a Railway and Landing
Wharfe upon this Farm.
To view the Premises apply to Mr. David Walker, the Tenant; and
for further Particulars to Mr. Edward Bridgewater, of Rowley Regis;
C. Norbury, Esq. Droitwich; or the Auctioneers, Worcester, who
have a Map and terrier of the same.
Note ease of Rail Road construction and existing Railway.