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TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the L A M B I N N | 1850 | Angarrack Inn

Via The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, June 21, 1850; pg. [1]; Issue 2452. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

PUBLIC HOUSE
In Angarrack, in Phillack, to be Let.
TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable
Inn or Public-house, called the

L A M B           I N N

And Gardens thereto annexed with the appurtenances,
situate in Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the
county of Cornwall, and now in the occupation of Mr.
James Polkinghorne as tenant thereof.

For viewing the premises apply to the said Mr.
POLKINGHORNE, and for further particulars to
Mr. ARUNDEL ROGERS,
Solicitor, Helston.
Dated Helston, 19th June, 1850.

TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the  L A M B  I N N  | 1850 | Angarrack Inn

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