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— — —^ PARISH OF GOLDCLIFF, MONMOUTHSHIRE ale of a Valuable Copyhold Farm. MESSES. CORNELIUS EVANS and SON will iU SELL by AUCTION, at the WESTGATE INN, Newport, Moti., On Thursday, the 7th of January, 1864, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely (by direction of the Mortgagees), All that valuable COPYHOLD FARM, known as Groes Vach," or Little Cross Farm," consist- ing of a farmhouse, barn, cattle shed, and other out- buildings, and sixteen acres and a-half of very rich meadow land, situate on the main road leading from Newport to Goldcliff, and about five miles from New- port. The Property is copyhold of the Manor of Goldeliff and is subject to a fine certain of 3s. 6d. an acre, and to a quit rent of f 1 13s, 9d. It is now let on a yearly tenancy from 2nd February, partly to Mr. James James at £4 os. per annum, the remainder to Mr. Philip Francis at £ 18 per annum. Printed particulars and conditions of sale may be had of Messrs. HUNTER, GWATKIN, & HUNTER, 9, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, London; and of the AUCTIONEERS, 15, High-street, Newport, Mon. Dated December 16, 1863. WANTED, a PLACE for a BOY of Fourteen (short for his age), in a Garden or Stable. Is a good working boy, and has learnt to clean knives and boots, and make himself generally useful. -Apply to the Rev. J LLOYD, Llanvapley Rectory, rear Abergavenny.

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