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PROPERTY SALES.

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PROPERTY SALES. Freehold Farms at Aber- gavenny. Messrs Straker Sou & Chadwick, F.A.I., conducted an important sale of freehold farms situate on the banks of the Usk and the outskirts of Abergavenny at the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, on June 24th. Blaengavenny Farm, 180 acres, with sheep right to the Brynarw mountain, in the occupation of the vendor, with shooting let at zC20 per annum, tithe apportionment 922 4s., (timber valued at £:!3:? to be taken), was sold for 13,400 to Mr J. R. Jacob, solicitor, for a client. Ysbytty Farm, 87 acres, with Usk fishing rights for about 1,000 yards, and three cottages let to Mr W. G. Bruten at 1295 p. a. (including JE20 for the fishing), tithe £ 16 10s 4d., was withdrawn at £ 6,700, but sold privately to Mr J. R. Jacob for a client. Pyscodlyn Farm, 127'846 acres, let to Mr D. Lewis at £ 210 p.a., with Usk fishing rights of a quarter of a mile, let at J625 p.a., tithe £ 26 15s., was- purchased by the tenant for £ 5,750. Coed Cenol Farm, 108*283 acres, let to Miss E. Jones at f90 p.a., tithe £10 ms., was sold to Mr Matthews, Llanvapley, for 12,350. THE NEUADD ESTATE. On Tuesday, the 15th inst., at the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, Messrs z, Straker Son & Chadwick will offer for sale by auction a portion of the Neuadd estate, of an area of about 750 acres, and comprising a number of productive free- hold farms. The sale will include the farms known as Ysgubornewydd (132 acres), Tymawr (143 acres), and Henbont Fawr (124 acres) in the parish of Llan- bedr, and a mile from the market town of Crickhowell and the farms known as the Yew Tree (196 acres) and the Trothland (135 acres), in the parishes of Garway and St. Weonards, Hereford- shire.

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