King’s Head in Beccles: The estate for life of James Elmy, tanner, a bankrupt, of and in a very
handsome Bricked Messuage, late in his own occupation, with a large & commodious Tan Yard,
neatly finished & so situated as to command a
SALE: To be let or sold House with glovers’ shop & Fellmonger’s office adjoining, late John Meek
BUSINESS: Thomas Hart, glazier & house painter (son of Philip Hat, late of Beccles, deceased) has
SALE: To be let good house with wash house, stable, garden & very large yard let for business of felt
river from Bungay running at the bottom of the yard, makes it convenient for almost any brabch of
Robert Simons at Ringsfield Hall.
SALE:- To be sold by auction, Capital substantial well-built freehold brick mansion, situated in
views of the navigation on the River Waveney for many miles, a large walled garden, planted with
the choicest fruit trees, now in full perfection, a fish pond, Boat house and the river at the bottom of
China room, Kitchen, Store room, Brewhouse etc. Ten room, six Bedchambers, Dressing room and
garrets, a large handsome six-stalled stable, coach house for three carriages, Hay and corn chambers
with every convenience for a gentleman of Fortune or Capital Merchant and fit for their immediate
reception, the whole being in perfect repair.
To be let (Tanning Office) late B. Murrill & Handsome house lately built
Desirable situation in the corn trade in Beccles. House & Staithe yard, extensive granaries, malt
Cottage in the Yard in three Dwellings, Back House, Granary, Slaughter House, Stable for six
Horses, Hog styes, & all other necessary outbuildings for a butcher in large business.
Assembly Rooms on Thursday 7 July [Thanksgiving Day for the defeat of Napoleon] 10s/6d.
[John Mapes was Landlord of the King's Head & Daniel Nobbs of the White Lion]
To tanners: To be sold or let with immediate possession: A good dwelling house, large Tan Yard and
all necessary outbuildings situate in Beccles, where a considerable trade has been carried on. Apply
SALE: William Lee Pierson, wine spirit, hop & seed merchant. He has declined the business in
favour of Mr James Boyden, who has purchased the stock of choicest wines, spirits, ales London
To be sold by private contract: The freehold MANSION situate in Northgate Street, Beccles, in the
occupation of Cranston Bacon, Esq, the proprietor, with walled-in garden and greenhouse at the back,
Mansion, next the River Waveney, well planted with fruit trees. Also about five acres of pastureland
across Ravensmere Street, opposite the back of the Mansion and over which, an extensive view from
building materials. Apply Mr Bohun, solicitor.
SALE of FURNITURE by W Buck: Genuine household Furniture of WL Pearson, Brandy Merchant,
[To be sold at North Cove upon premises of James Boyden. Farming stock.]
[To be sold by Robert Oswald. Premises of James Boyden in Worlingham. Farm goods sale]
Street, Beccles to be sold by S. Crowe. Also furniture and building materials.
LOT 1: The Mansion & premises in Northgate, with walled-in garden in front, adjoining the River
LOT 2: The piece of Pasture Land at the back of the above premises containing about five acres,
alsdo in the occupation of Cranston Bacon.
viewed by applying at the house, and possession at Michaelmas next.
ALSO on the third day of the same month will be sold by auction all the household furniture, bedding
Eligible situation for Timber, Corn or Coal Merchants, Boat Buiulder etc. in Beccles , with
possession at Michaelmas. Sale by George Crowe.
extending along the River Waveney upwards of fifty feet, most conveniently and eligibly situated for
carrying on trade of a Timber, Corn or Coal Merchant or for a boat builder. All freehold; particulars
Eligible situation for a corn or liquor merchant. A messuage in Bridge Street comprising 2 keeping
excellent cellars, back kitchen and other convenient offices. Also capital newly-built two stalled
and garden extending thence to the street.
(three years of which will be unexpired at Michaelmas next) at yearly rent of £30.
Stephen Saunders of Beccles, Spirit and Porter Merchant assigns estates to Robert Chipperfield,
R. Oswald to sell furniture and effects.
& rope maker's shop
50 yards of Beccles Bridge. Brewing Trade has been & is now carried on by the late proprietor.
[Saunders seems to have been trading here since 1820.]
SALE at White Lion: Benefit of Creditors: Edward Arnold:
SALE by W Pettingill: House in Rosemary Lane, Northgate. House with Garden in front in
ALSO House with Garden in front in Rosemary Lane occupied by William Wright.
Mercantile man, now in posession of Messrs Charles Hursthouse & Co.
floor; 5 sleeping rooms, granaries, outbuildings, yard & garden, and Quay next the River Waveney of
considerable mercantile trade of almost any description. Freehold, in excellent repair in Northgate;
now let on a lease to Mr Hursthouse, a highly respectable tenant, for a term of years expires
Land Tax £1-2-0. Free rent To Manor of Beccles 5 1/2d to Rosehall 2d
mortgage at 4 1/2%
SALE: House, Yard & Garden & Quay (140ft) within 50 yards of Beccles Bridge, on lease to Mr
Hursthouse. Sale by Oswald.
etc.) next to that of EP Montagu, Northgate [and other properties]
All that very highly desirable, old established and very valuable mercantile property, most eligibly
situated in Northgate, by the side of the River Waveney, comprising a most extensive and complete
150 chaldrons of coals, with malting offices and two malt kilns attached, in full trade, all most
Also a spacious and commodious WHARF or STAITHE extending in width 88 feet by the side of the
communication for the conveyance of corn, coals and other merchandize.
deceased) with a good counting house adjoining.
whereof is under notice to quit at Old Michaelmas next) and a brick and tiled building used as a store
house, together with spacious stabling for horses frequenting the Staithe.
Free Rent to the Manor of Beccles 2s 4d. [This is the property concerned with here]
Free Rent to the Manor of Rosehall 2s 1d
LOT 1. NORTHGATE [Nos ]: House with Grocer’s Shop & 2 Cottages on West Side of Northgate
near the Bridge occupied by John Rand, grocer, & Robert Mills. Annual Rent £17
Includes an excellent Dwelling House with neat cottage adjoining. On the east side of Northgate,
opposite Lot 1, with a capital brick-built 4 stable & 2 loose boxes, with a small garden & spacious
the yard & fronting the back street leading from the Bridge to the Red Lion Inn; now in several
£22-10s, Land Tax 13s 6d
Premises in Northgate & late in occupation of Samuel Emms Atkinson comprising an excellent
NEWLY ERECTED BREWHOUSE with tun & store rooms, capital 186 gallon copper, beer cooler,
18ft 10 ins long, 11ft 4ins deep & every other convenience.
dry malt store room.
ALSO an excellent tiled coal shed for 300 tons, capital Counting House, Gig House & Stable, with
extent & within 50 yards of Beccles Bridge.
There is also a well of excellent spring water upon the premises about 30ft deep, from which the
The Auctioneer begs most respectfully to invite the attention of Brewers, Maltsters, messuage &
premises Title: Deed of conveyance of 10 October 1842 being the assignees of Charles Crickmay, a
SALE: near BRIDGE STREET: George Fenn to sell Residence close to Beccles Bridge: Stables,
Coach House, Walled-in Garden etc, now occupied by Mr C Hursthouse & his undertenants.
LOT 1: Two Dwellings: a) New Dwelling, with Plate Glass Shop Window [Northgate 28]
SALE or TO BE LET: House in Rosemary Lane. Owner HJ Kerrison
TO BE SOLD: A very handsome Rowing Boat with Masts, Sails, Oars etc, in excellent trim having
been built in the last two years. Enquiries James Boyden or William Wright, boat builder.
A comfortable FAMILY RESIDENCE pleasantly situated in Northgate, with paved Cortyard & large
Garden, well planted with choice fruit trees & bushes walled all round, a pump of excellent spring
The House contains Entrance Hall, Breakfast, Dining & Drawing Rooms, Three Sleeping Rooms,
Three Attics, Kitchen, Store Room, Pantry, Wash-house & Cellars. Annual Outgoings: Land Tax 16s
be had at Michaelmas.
SALE: Two superior brick built, four roomed, Freehold Dwelling Houses with front garden walled
deceased. Estimated Rentals £14.
TO BE LET: Small genteel House in Northgate, apply E Buck, wine merchant.
Family Residence in Northgate, consisting of Drawing Room, handsome apartment with bow
windows 29ft 9ins x 19ft 3ins & looks into Pleasure Garden; Dining Room, Study, Kitchen, Butler’s
with frontage of Ninety yards at River’s side.
A Boat House, Summer House, Stables & Coach House. In the Pleasure House is a well-stacked &
[Montagu left Beccles in 1859, the year his wife died. He died in 1862 at Sandgate, Kent aged 71]
TO BE LET with immediate possession: A commodious House & Shop with Garden in Northgate,
DEATH: On Saturday the 22nd March, suddenly, at her residence at Beccles, in the 72nd year of her
age, Dorothea Louisa, only surviving daughter of the late Rev Roger Freston HOWMAN, formerly
Death of Miss Howman, a bountiful friend to the poor, aged 71. A special train took her body to
Norwich. Buried in family tomb at Hockering.
21 July. The Classical Department conducted by Mr W Cowles; French by Monsieur Pringee; Mr
TO BE LET: House with front Shop, parlour, keeping room, kitchen, six sleeping rooms, good cellar
SALE: Household Furniture of Mrs Ferrier
Sleeping Rooms, pantry, cellar etc. Now in the occupation of Mrs Pedgrift
TO BE LET: The SCORE: 2 roomy Cottages, in good repaior with use of Wash house, near the Old
SALE: Property of HS Farr
Two Houses in Northgate occupied by RA King & W Crowfoot
TO BE LET: Owner PC Benns: Two Dwelling Houses in Northgate.
SALE: under Deed of Assignment of Property: Property of Mr James Crisp in Bridge Street
DEATH: Mr Richard BURWOOD, senior, whitesmith, aged 75 years.
SALE: An excellent Dwelling House with Boat Builder’s Workshops & large Yard next the River
TO BE LET: Two Maltings each with 60 coomb steep
SALE or LET: Dwelling & Premises in Northgate in occupation of James Mayhew, coal merchant.
Application to him. [Northgate 5]
Lay. Best meats on reasonable terms.
& in good repair. Situate alongside the River Waveney with Right of Wharfage. Rent clear of
Isaiah Copeman, butcher, taken premises in Blyburgate, recently occupied by Robert Reeve & for
TO BE LET: Old established Stone Mason’s in Northgate. Apply HJ Kerrison
TO BE LET: Two furnished apartments. Apply Mrs Thornton, Northgate
LOT 1: A most excellent Cottage fronting Northgate in the occupation of James Linder
ALSO three comfortable Cottages occupied by R Linder, Widow Oxborough [No 7] & H Farrow
LOT 2: Four good Cottages at the West End of Lot 1, in the occupation of John Winsdale [No 5], B
Ward [No 4], John Goffin [No 3], & Thomas Bean [No 2]
Builder’s Shop, Stable, with other buildings & offices adjoining, having a good River Frontage. In
Northgate, in the occupation of Widow Smith, S Moore, C Aldous, Widow Barber, Widow Cooper,
W Secker & F Rouse. £160 may remain on mortgage.
James Moore, butcher moved from Blyburgate to Northgate, for many years occupied by Mr Lay,
lately by Isaiah Copeman
Death on 22 Instant [September] at Beccles of Mrs Chalker, relict of late James Chalker, Esq. of
Aldeby, aged 75 years
Room & Drawing Room leading into Conservatory & Fernery. Housekeeper’s Room & well arranged
& complete domestic offices. On the First Floor: five Bedrooms, 2 Dressing Rooms & water closet.
The Outbuildings comprise: 2 Coach Houses, Stable & 2 Lose Boxes, Harness House, Laundry &
SALE of Stove & Greenhouse Plants: Up to 1,800 plants in pots, many large Stove Plants, Orange &
Strawberry plants in pots.
ALSO the comfortable White Brick & Slated Residences in the occupation of Mr Buck & Mr Alfred
The entireproperty is freehold & covers an area of half an acre, havi8ng frontage of 86ft on Northgate
& 76ft on the River Waveney, The business of a wool stapler & wine merchant have been carried on
[Northgate 19 & 21]
TO BE LET: Two comfortable furnished apartments in Northgate. Apply Mr RF Thornton.
Northgate with large Yard adjoining, abutting on the River Waveney & where a lucrative trade as a
Stone Mason has been carried on a great number of years. Substantial well built Dwelling House
ALSO a comfortable Dwelling House & Front Shop adjoining, now occupied by Mrs RF Thornton.
(jointly concerned) Are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the LION HOTEL,
BECCLES, on Tuesday, the 29th ofJune, 1875, at Four for Five o’clock in the Afternoon, by
THE following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY-
Mrs. Chalker, with Coach-houses, Stables, Harness House, Ornamental Garden and Pleasure
[Mr William Moore was manager of the Caxton Press and fraudulently left a debt of £42,000 when
SALE Executors of late William Delf
brick built 40 Quarter Maltings with steeps, Working Floors & kilns of the most modern approved
construction, Malt Stores & Barley Chamber of ample extent, open ground & an enclosed Yard
Crisp, for a term of which three years will be unexpired in September at the low rent of £15 p.a.
Edwin Crisp, for a term of which three years will be unexpired in September at the low rent of £15
[Bought in £1340]
LOT 2: Four Cottage Tenements in the Old Market Score let at rents producing £13 - 7s pa.
[Bought in £1340]
LOT 2: Four Cottage Tenements in the Old Market Score let at rents producing £13 7s pa.
LOT 3: The Stone Cottage with ground in front in Northgate occupied by Mr D Delf at £6 pa
[Purchased By W Delf £120]
SALE: H & J Read on 28 May
Northgate: [probably No 5] Brick & Tiled Freehold Dwelling House: 2 front sitting rooms, Wash
[Withdrawn at £120]
SALE of Beccles Brewery together with 18 Public Houses:
FREEHOLD BREWEY PREMISES situate in Beccles upon the River Waveney and a short distance
from the Railway Station, consisting of Brew House, with malt and hay lofts, working tun rooms,
14 Shops and Cottages; the whole forming a compact site with ample accommodation for increasing
the manufacturing capabilities, together with the 43 quarter plant, very complete and of modern
excellent freehold stores at Ipswich and rented stores at Yarmouth.
Thornton & Co. and approaches 7000 quarters per annum.
SALE: Freehold properties late Mr John Pedgrift,
LOT 6: Modern Double Residence in Northgate, [Nos 15 & 17] with convenient offices, stable,
Miss Parker & Mr Thomas Hayes, yearly tenants at rents amounting together to £30 10s p.a.
[LOT 6 purchased R Boon £480]
with Steep, two Working Floors, Kiln, Malt Store & Barley Chamber, adequate for 400 Quarters,
Lots 6 & 7 are Land Tax Redeemed.
[LOT 7 purchased Mr Saltmarsh £410.]
Substantial Brick & Tiled Residence & Shop in the occupation of William Vyse
SALE: Lot 1: Comfortable Residence in Rosemary Lane occupied by Alfred Darby
Street, London. Liabilities of £24,000. Assets: a brewery, public houses, plant, stock in trade & other
property in Beccles, besides public-houses at Yarmouth, Ipswich & other places. Debts include:
N Pells & Son £10; FS Rix £10; Churchwardens £33.
SALE: In liquidation: Trustees of Mr James Aldred, baker and confectioner. Household furniture &
SALE: BECCLES BREWERY, NORTHGATE: Important and valuable Freehold Business Premises
Cottages, 20 Quarter Steep Malting, with working floors, barley & malt chambers, large range of
convenient buildings and storage room, recently erected. Modern stabling for 10 horses, Blacsmith’s
Northgate and Bridge Street, and in the rear bordering upon the navigable River Waveney, with a
wharfage of considerable length.
attached, two stall stable, coach house, and chamber over, let to Mr H Goffin at £13. These premises
have recently had a considerable sum expended upon them, and are suitable for a carter or
SALE: Executors of PC Benns: Lot 1
Residence abutting Northgate & Thurlow’s Yard with garden occupied by H Benns.
ALSO 6 substantial Cottages in Thurlow’s Yard occupied by G Grey, Charles Spalding, Mrs Knights,
Thomas Vyse, Steven Cooper, & John Bellward with Yard & Staithe
occupation of George Stephenson under lease for 10 years commencing 6 April 1883 at rate of £18-
the occupation of Mrs Anderson, a yearly tenant: Rent £14.
Extensive business premises & frontages both on Northgate & the River Waveney.
Room, Bar, Tap Room, Store Room, Pantry, 2 Excellent cellars & 4 Bedrooms
SALE : Late Mr W Lenny
& 3 Bedrooms
Room, Cellar, 2 Bedrooms.
ADJOINING are the Mill House with two floors & Brew House
House, Cart Shed & large Granary over.
the Old Market, with Barley Chamber for fifty quarters, two working floors, Kiln & Malt Store.
planted with flowers, well adapted for building.
The rest, with the exception of the small residence, occupied by the Proprietor.
SALE: Northgate, West Side:
Merchant, known as “Waveney Wine & Spirit Stores”
ALSO 2 Brick & Slated Residences adjoining, now in the occupation of Mr Buck with the
76ft on Waveney.
SALE: Remaining Stock of late Edward Buck: 80 dozen wine, 40 gallons Brandy & Rum. 700
SALE: Northgate: Freehold Property, for many years occupied by Mrs Young, in which a
considerable business is carried on. Substantial Residence & Grocer’s & Corn Chandler’s Shop, with
SALE: Ravensmere & Northgate
Lot 1: Ravensmere: Fully Licencesed Public House: Royal Oak, now tenanted by Messrs Morgan &
Lot 2: Northgate: Double Cottage & valuable & productive piece of Garden Occupied by Isaac Amis
[number 42] & Fred Hembling [number 40] [presumably sold to Thomas Woodroffe]
occupied by the late Mr E Buck, are put up for sale by public auction & purchased [Northgate 19 &
have checked that all entries above are listed in the relevant Newspapers
SALE: Furniture of Mr JA Capon, leaving town
Remblants, a quarterly tenant. Rent £6 10s pa
TERRIFIC GALE: The most destructive gale in this country since 4 August 1879, prevailed on
several shops were simultaneously carried away by one of the most furious gusts of wind. The
buildings in NORTHGATE suffered more from the gale than any other part of the town, All along
places. Mr E Masters’ house was almost completely unroofed, and his conservatory was practically
of Range of Brick, Boarded and Tiled Workshops, Office, Vinery and
a Well-built Brick & Tiled Dwelling House, the whole contained in a spacious Yard, having a
Extensive Malting used as a Fish Washing & Curing House, abutting at the east end upon the road to
& Mr A Gordon [No 10 The Score]
SALE: Brick & tiled DWELLING HOUSE & SHOP No 7 Northgate
Warehouse with loft over now occupied by Mrs Sillett and Mr George Rand, weekly tenants at £19
[purchased CC Betts £225]
Closet, Large Front Sitting Room with Register Stove, Kitchen with Cooking Stove, Pantry and
Closet, Small Covered Way in rear, Large Front and Back Bedrooms with Stoves and Closets, W.C
on Second Floor.
with Water laid on, W.C., and Back Yard, now in the occupation of Mrs. Anderson, whose tenancy
expires at Michaclmas next, at the annual Rent of £20.
with Register Stove, and Two Recess Closets, Kitchen with Cooking Stove, Pantry and Two
Bedrooms, one having Stove, and Large Attic.
Coal house and Back Yard, now in the occupation of Mr. Alfred William Harris, as a quarterly
tenant, at the annual Rent of £8 10s 0d.
Tiled and Iron Roofed Builder’s Premises, Two Boarded and Corrogated Iron Roofed Sheds, and
Possession hy arrangement.
OUTGOING :—Land Tax as asseiaed.
a Right of Way over the same Passage to and from Ravensmere for the owners and occupiers of Lot
15 [19 & 21 Ravensmere] as far as that Lot extends
SALE: LOT 1: NORTHGATE: Old fashioned red Brick freehold RESIDENCE, MONTAGU
Day next Rent £80.
SALE: Executors of John Barmby: Nos 76 & 78 NORTHGATE, frontage of 36ft extending to
RAVENSMERE, Brick & Tile with cement fronts. No 76 in occupation of James Keeble, Rent £6 pa.
Fronting RAVENSMERE a Brick & Tiled COTTAGE; No 43 RAVENSMERE: Fish curers
brick & tile FISH CURING HOUSE, cart Lodge, in occupation of Mr RW Balls. Rent £10.
[withdrawn at £475]
Gardens, abutting on properties of Messrs WH Delf & JF Tracy. In occupation of S Hall, A Hunting,
C Aldred & CE Groom. Rents £28 2s Freehold.
SALE: No 57 NORTHGATE; Freehold DWELLING HOUSE: substantially built of Brick & Tiled,
with valuable frontage of 17ft 9ins, large Front Room, suitable for a Shop, & convenient Yard in rear.
EAST SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL asked to give immediate consideration to traffic conditions
in Northgate, so that through traffic of a heavy character can be diverted
LOT 2.The Attractive Semi-Detached FREEHOLD Brick and Tiled Dwellinghouse having South
aspect, Small Walled-in Garden and containing —Kitchen with Copper and Oven, Pantry, Two
Yard in which is a Tap of Company’s Water, Coal-house, W.C., and large Brick, Flint and Tiled
Store Shed or Workshop. This is let on a monthly tenancy to Mr. H. G. Holland, a tenant of long
OUTGOINGS paid by the Landlord
Parochial Rates, amount paid for the half.year ending 31st March, 1937, £1 I8s. 7d, . Water Rate 2s.
Any Fixtures and Fittings which are the property of the Tenant are excluded from the Sale.