THE PLYMOUTH & CORNISH ADVERTISER, 26 September 1811

PAPER-MILL, &c. AT CALSTOCK

For Sale by public auction, the Customary Fee of all that desirable Water Paper-Mill, and two large Drying Lofts, called DANESCOMBE PAPER-MILL, situate in the parish of Calstock, Cornwall; with one large Vat, and all the fixed Machinery, constructed on the best principles; and also, a DWELLING-HOUSE attached; containing five rooms, the whole being in the occupation of John Warren, paper maker, whole term therein will expire at Lady Day next.
   The Mill is now used for carrying on the brown paper business; is supplied with water from a well-fed reservoir, near a branch of the navigable river Tamar, by means of which, there is the advantage of a ready conveyance of goods to Plymouth, Plymouth-Dock, and the neighbourhood, as well as as returns of paper-fluff, &c. and also being within easy distances of the market-towns of Tavistock, Callington, Launceston, and Liskeard, has superior advantages for carrying on a considerable trade.
   Also, The Customary Fee of TWO FIELDS, containing about four acres; and a DOUBLE COTTAGE, Part of Middle Cross, in Calstock aforesaid, now in the several tenures of George Wadge and Thomas Stratton.
   For which purpose, a public auction will be held at the Bedford Arms, in Tavistock, on Wednesday the 2d day of October next; by three o' clock in the afternoon.
   The Premises, in the mean time, may be viewed by application to A. Roberts, at the School-house, near Albaston, in Calstock aforesaid; and further particulars known of Mr. Pridham, solicitor, Plymouth.
   Dated 4th Sept. 1811.