The Times, 12 January 1808

Devon and Cornwall - Freehold Farm, Copper and Tin Mines, Bounds for Tin and Copper, Lords Dues of Mines, and Shares of Mines - By Messrs. SKINNER, DYKE, and Co, at Garraway's,on Thursday, Jan, 21, at 12 o'clock, in 8 lots, by order of the Executors and Trustees of James WARNE, Esq. deceased,
AN eligible and very improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Warne, or Warne Sydenham, most desirably situate, in the parish of St. Mary Tavy . . .

(A long list of dwelling-houses, mines etc is given, including the following)

. . . Thirty-four 64th-Shares in Wheal Phoenix, in the parish of Calstock, in Cornwall; this is a concern of much promise, as the lode is of kindly appearance, and, it is presumed, may be worked with great advantage. Eleven Twenty-fourth Shares of all Mines, under the glebe lands, in the parish of Calstock and a moiety of the dues arising from the same, Four Sixty-fourth Shares in Ding Dong Mine, advantageously situated at Newbridge, bounded by the Tamer and the turn-pike-road from Tavistock to Callington, and contiguous to the valuable Mines of Gunneslake. A leasehold Smelting-house and Wharf, called Tucker's Marsh, with all the fixtures and implements, eligibly situated on the Devonshire bank of the navigable river Tamer, nearly opposite Calstock . . .