The Times, 1 July 1819

To be peremptorily SOLD, pursuant to three several Orders of the High Court of Chancery . . .  made in a Cause, entitled 'Sleeman against Hamlyn' certain FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD ESTATES and TITHES, late the property of William Sleeman, Esq., deceased, situate in the counties of Devon and Cornwall . . .

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

. . . and the Waterman's Arms, situate in the town of Calstock, in the county of Cornwall, being customary; . . .