|'Publick road and highway branching out of the Turnpike Road leading from Burford to Cirencester at N.E. side of an inn called the Rose and Crown and leading northward through and over the second allotment to W. LENTHAL into and through the hamlet of Upton and from there toward the Paper Mill belonging to Edward BAKER and several Farms of Wm. LENTHAL.' (capitalising of names is mine)|
|THE Commissioners in a Commlssioon [sic] of Bankrupt,|
bearing date the 18th day of August 1814, awarded
and issued forth against Richard Hatton, of Upton, in the
Parish of Burford, in the County of Oxford, Paper-Maker,
Dealer and' Chapman, intend to meet on the 6th day of
October next, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, at the
Plough Hotel, in Cheltenham, in order to make a Divi -
dend of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt ;
when and where the Creditors who have not already proved
their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, or they
will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend. And all
Claims not. then proved will be disallowed.
At the Bull Inn, Burford, on Monday the 3rd day of October, 1825, at Four o’clock in the afternoon, ‑ All those capital PAPER MILLS, with the Messuage or Tenement, Stable and Garden, to the same adjoining and belonging; together with an excellent Piece or Parcel of early Meadow or Pasture Land, containing by estimation about Three Acres; with the Machinery, Utensils and Fixtures, belonging to the said Mills, which are in every way adapted for carrying on the Paper Trade, upon an extensive scale.
The Mills work three vats, are capable of working more and on that account might be advantageously appropriated for a clothing manufactory‑ the situation for which is admirable.
There is an excellent spring of clear water in the Mills, never known to be dry, which is conveyed by a pump and pipes to reservoirs to supply the engines, an advantage, which few mills possess; besides an extensive right of fishing on the premises.
The above premises are situated at Upton, in the parish of Burford, in the county of Oxford, and lie near the Turnpike road leading to Cheltenham and London.
The Tenure is freehold of inheritance, and immediate possession may be had.
For a view of the same, apply to Mrs. Hatton, Widford near Burford; and for further particulars, to Mr. Hatton, Builder, Cheltenham; (if by letter post-paid)
VALUABLE PAPER MILLTo be LET by TENDER, and entered upon immediately, - All those capital PAPER MILLS, called UPTON MILLS, situate at Upton, near Burford, in the county of Oxford; together with the Cottage, Garden, and about three Acres of Water Meadow to the same, adjoining.
The Mills, which are contiguous to the turnpike road leading from Cheltenham to London, are most abundantly supplied with water; have worked three vats, but are equal to more; and are in every way calculated for carrying on the Paper Trade upon an extensive scale. There is a never-failing supply of spring water of very extraordinary quality, peculiarly adapted to the manufacture of superfine writing papers of the first description.
May be viewed on application at the Mills.
Proposals to be adderssed (post paid) to the proprietor, Mr. Henry Barry, High-street, Bristol.