VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND, DWELLING HOUSES, AND
BREWERY, SITUATE AT WIGTON, THURSBY, AND CALDBECK.
TO be SOLD, by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thursday, the 19th day of February, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, by JAMES THORNBORROW, Auctioneer, at the Crown Inn, in Wigton, in the following Lots: --
All that Old-established and valuable BREWERY, with the appurtenances and the dwelling houses adjoining, the same now in the occupation of the trustees of the late Mr. RICHARD GRAHAM, deceased, and their tenants.
The Brewery is in good working order, fitted up with all necessary Machinery and Brewing Apparatus, and is capable of enlargement. There is an unfailing supply of good Brewing Water laid on to the premises, which is very cool in summer. There is no other Brewery in the town or neighbourhood, and, with an active, enterprising manager, the business might be much extended and improved.
All those FREEHOLD CLOSES of LAND, situate at Thursby, containing together 38 acres or there-abouts, with the two cottages in the occupation of the said Trustees and their tenant.
All that FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE, situate at Friar Hall, Caldbeck, called the "Miners' Arms Inn," with SIX COTTAGES there situate, and the Appurtenances thereto belonging.
For particulars apply to Mr. MCKEEVER, Solicitor, Wigton; to Messrs CARRICK and SON, Solicitors, Wigton; or to the Auctioneer.