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1853 | Sale of Angarrack Smelting House

According to The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, November 11, 1853; pg. [1]; Issue 2629. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II. :


TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, with possession at Michaelmas next, the fee simple and inheritance of an in all that well known and long established


Situate at Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the county of Cornwall, in which the Tin Trade has been very extensively carried on for a long series of years.

The Premises consists of a large and strongly build Smelting House containing three Furnaces, a Stamping Mill, and all other necessary and convenient Outbuildings, and Offices and a spacious Yard enclosed within a strong stone wall.  Together also with a substantial newly-erected Dwelling House, well adapted for the residence of a Manager, with a large Walled Garden attached thereto, adjoining the said premises, and outside the said wall there is a plot of ground for depositing the Slag or Rubbish from the Works, which are in the neighbourhood of a large Mining District, and are supplied by an excellent Stream of Water.

The said premises are within about half a mile of the Port of Hayle and at a short distance from them the West Cornwall Railway, which intersects the Tin District, has one of its stations.

If not sold, the said premises will be let for such Term of Years as may be agree on.

For a view, application should be made to Mr GOLDSWORTHY, Trewinnard, near Hayle; and for further particulars to him or to
Messrs. SIMMONS and COCK,
Dated, Truro, 8th November, 1853