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[St. Thomas's Flour Mill]


SOURCE: THE GLOBE and Traveller, Wednesday, May 26, 1852.

Globe and Traveller

Stratford, Essex—Valuable Freehold Estate, consisting of St. Thomas's capital Flour Mill, with Stores, &c., a Residence adjoining, and a Grist mill : the whole let at 430l. per annum.

Messrs. FAREBROTHER, CLARK and LYE are instructed by the Executors of the late Walter Hunter, Esq., to SELL, at Garaway's, on Tuesday, June 22, at Twelve, in One Lot, the capital and spacious



situate in Marshgate lane, at Stratford, near Bow bridge, Essex. The premises are four stories high, were built by the late Mr. Hunter, without regard to expense, upon the best construction, and fitted with six pairs of French stones, worked by a powerful supply of water and a steam engine of 16-horse power, erected by Hall and Co.; extensive stores and warehouses, stabling, &c., with convenient residence adjoining, let to Mr. Cook, at 400l. per annum; also a wind grist-mill, with small dwelling and meadow, let to Mr. Ellis at 30l. per annum. The situation is highly desirable, from the easy access to the London and county markets.

Descriptive particulars will be ready 14 days prior to the sale (when the estate may be viewed) and may be had on the premises; at Jack's Coffee house, Mark lane, of Robert Ellis, Esq., solicitor, Cowper's court, Cornhill; Garraway's; and at Messrs. Farebrother, Clark, and Lye, 6, Lancaster place, Strand.