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CWMGLOYNE ESTATE UNDER THE HAMMER. At the Black Lion, Cardigan, on Saturday, Messrs. T. Rule Owen & Son offered some of the richest farms in North Pembrokeshire, situate in the parishes of Nevern, Bayvil, Moylgrove, and Newport, the remaining portion of the well- known Cwmgloyne Estate left unsold at a sale held twenty years ago. The farm of Cwmgloyne itself, containing about 356s acres, situated in the parishes of Nevern and Bayvil, the tithe in Nev- ern being paid by the landlord, and in Bayvil all lands included in the sale being free, was the first lot offered. The rental was £300 per an- num. The bidding started at 94,000, and the lot was withdrawn at £6,550, the highest bidder be- ing Mr. Benjamin James, the tenant. A small holding on the Bayvil-Cardigan Road, compris- ing a cottage, and garden and four enclosures of land, altogether n acres, was purchased by the tenant for £205. Fo^ the farms of Pantygroes (227 acres, with a rental of £150), Bayvil (215 acres, rental £200), and Tregammon (221 acres, rental £ 148) there were no bids. For 142s acres of land, with three cottages thereon, the rental being £80, the only bid was £800, and the lot was, conse- quently, withdrawn. The compact farm of Crigiau, with 213 acres of productive land, and a rental of £156, started at £ 2,800, and was with- drawn at £ 3,100. The farm of Trellyfaint, 37011, acres and a rental of £240, only evoked one bid, £3,000, and was withdrawn. The small holding of Cibwr, 20J, acres, with a rental of £28, caused considerable competition, opening at £500, and being knocked down to Mr. George Davies, Panty-, wilan, for £ 740. Five and a half acres of pas- ture fields at Newport, in the occupation of Dr. Havard, at JS21 a year rental, were withdrawn at £280, as was also the impropriatorial tithe-rent charge in the parish of Bayvil, with an income of £7 annually, at JS40. The solicitors for the sale were Messrs. A. JR. & H. Steele, College Hill. Ion- don. The same auctioneers afterwards offered two holdings, formerly portions of the Cwmgloyne Estate, the first lot being the farm of Gastell-y- Garn, comprising 169 acres of land, with an an- nual rental of iZ75 10s. for which there was again no bid. A dwelling-house, garden, and fields, containing about seven acres altogether, was purchased privately by Mrs. Sarah Williams. Pantythug, Nevern, for £ 300. The solicitors for the latter sale were Messrs. Aeron Thomas and o., Swansea. + I

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