MAP OF CHESHIRE Reduced from the Ordnance Survey by Edw. Weller.
Colour printed map, size approx. 12«" x 18", central fold. Reduced from the Ordnance Survey, scale ¬" to 1 mile. Divided into 5 mile squares.
¶ From 'Bacon's Atlas of The British Isles'.
LEASE OF POSSESSION of a piece of ground with dwellinghouse, workshops and other buildings on the east side of Nicholas Street in Chester, The Governors of the Possessions and Goods of The Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth in Macclesfield, to James Hilton of Chester.
Vellum, size 17" x 25", written in a large clear hand. Fine large oval wax seal of the Trustees.
¶ Description of the property gives measurements in feet and occupiers of adjacent properties.
LETTERHEAD of Henry Manley & Sons, Live Stock Salesmen, Proprietors of the Crewe New Cattle Market.
4to, attractive printed heading with bull and horse, with brief letter to a Sandbach solicitor. Small repaired tear at central fold... together with... INVOICE of William Wood, Saddler and Harness Maker, Crewe. Small folio, listing 20 items (e.g.'New patent leather saddle for pony'). Printed heading with picture of medals.
1904 and 1893.
Guilden Sutton, near Chester
PARTICULAR OF FREEHOLD ESTATE, Situate at Guilden Sutton, about Two Miles from Chester, advertised To be Sold by Auction, at the Albion Hotel, in Chester, On Monday, the 25th Day of October, 1824.... A Good Spacious Farm House, with Spacious Outbuildings....
Poster, size 17«" x 11".
Carnes, Printer, Northwich, 1824.
¶ In fine crisp condition.
Hospital of St. Cross
ENGRAVING View showing buildings on three sides of a central green with figures.
Copper engraving size 8" x 10", plus margins. Etched by S. Middiman.
Published by W. Byrne & T. Hearne, 1780.
Lever Bros., Port Sunlight
ADVERTISING MAGAZINE INSERT Chromolith showing a young girl washing clothes in a river, with the slogan 'Sunlight Soap. A child can use it'.
Size 7" x 4". printed back.
THE OUGHTRINGTON ESTATE and a Considerable Portion of the Beechwood Estate, Valuable Farms, Business Premises in the Town of Lymm... Valuable Building Sites Extending to 956 Acres... to be offered by Auction... 25th and 26th September 1911...
131 pages, folio, original printed wraps. Key map at front, but lacks folding map from pocket at back.
¶ Includes Burford Lane Farm, Agden Lane Farm, Foxley Hall Farm, Jolly Thresher Inn, Broomedge Smith, Bank Premises in Lymm, 'Bleak House', 'The Chestnuts'. Completed Memorandum at end, signed over stamp. The owners of the estate were Lever Bros., Ltd.
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ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP
Sheet LXXX N.E. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 13" x 14", plus wide margins. Small blue 'Record Map' stamp in margin.
O.S. blindstamp 1897.
COUNTERPART of James Bretland's Lease from Alexander Hollinworth of a piece of land in Hollingworth in the parish of Mottram called the 'Rough Hollinsay', measuring 'three roods by the Cheshire measure'.
Large vellum sheet, slightly browned, good armorial wax seal.
Peak Forest Canal
PRINTED FORMS OF SURRENDER The Company of Proprietors of the Peak Forest Canal represented by David Browne, to surrender certain copyhold land in Yeardsley Whaley in the County of Chester.
Draft copy of printed document of Surrender to Manor and Forest of Macclesfield, manuscript insertions in an untidy hand with many amendments (referring to a piece of land in the Forest). The Manor was held by the King and the Steward was the Earl of Derby. 3p., folio, printed with manuscript inserts, many amendments and crossings-out.
¶ The small piece of land concerned had lately been used by the Canal Proprietors 'for part of a wharf or quay at the termination of the branch or cut from and out of the Peak Forest Canal to Whaley Bridge'. Another piece was used as a road from the old Turnpike Road.
Peak Forest Canal
LETTER OF ATTORNEY The Company of Proprietors of the Peak Forest Canal to Messrs. David Browne & Maurice Jones, to surrender certain copyhold land in Yeardsley Whaley in the County of Chester.
3p., sm. folio, signed next to fine large papered seal of the Company, 2" diameter.. together with.... Letter of Attorney, to receive Admission to certain land in Yeardsley-Whalley, Francis Jodrell to David Browne, 1p., sm. folio... with... three draft copies of printed document of Admission to Manor and Forest of Macclesfield, manuscript insertions in an untidy hand with many amendments (referring to the above mentioned piece of land.)
¶ The small piece of land concerned had lately been used by the Canal Proprietors 'for part of a wharf or quay at the termination of the branch or cut from and out of the Peak Forest Canal to Whaley Bridge'.
PARTICULARS OF SALE AND PLAN of Valuable Freehold Land, House, Smith & Buildings at Arclid, near Sandbach..... to be Sold by Auction.... 26th day of October, 1887.
2pp., folio, plus docket title, 1p. hand-coloured plan, 2p. Conditions of Sale on blue paper sewn in at rear. Attractively printed in blue.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 1" to 1 mile.
Composite map made of quarter sheets, border all round. Size 14" x 44", linen backed, folding into small 4to boards, cloth worn. Some slight 'toning' in places. Railway line added in fine red ink between Grand Junction Railway to just north of Altrincham.
¶ Covers Knotty Ash, Runcorn, Hayfield.
Swire (W) and Hutchings (W.F)
A MAP OF THE COUNTY PALATINE OF CHESHIRE Divided into Hundreds and Parishes, From an Actual Survey Made in the Years 1828 and 1829 by W. Swire and W.F. Hutchings, London. Engraved by J. Dower, Cumming Place, Pentonville, London.
Engraved map, fully hand-coloured, size 38" x 52", dissected and mounted on linen, edges bound with green silk tape (missing from edge of one section). Scale three quarters of an inch to 1 mile. Large title, large vignette view of Chester Cathedral bottom right, Explanation bottom left, compass rose. Some brownish off-setting in area of title, a few foxing spots in Irish Sea area top left. Map folding to size 10" x 6", inserted in rubbed calf slipcase in the form of a book, calf chipped and worn, pieces of calf missing from spine, leather label with title chipped at edge. Major part of the surface of the marbled paper has been torn away on one of the endpapers.
Published by Henry Teesdale & Co., 302 High Holborn, July 1st 1830.
MAP OF CHESHIRE Reduced from the Ordnance Survey
colour printed map size approx. 12«" x 18", central fold. Scale ¬" to 1 mile.
¶ From 'Bacon's Atlas of The British Isles'.
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