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Northampton Mercury, 10 November 1866 

The Rose and Crown

Free Public House and Bakehouse
to be sold by auction by J H Taylor

On Friday, the 23rd day of November, 1866, at the Green Dragon Hotel, Higham Ferrers, at Five o’clock in the Evening, by direction of the Mortgagees under the power of sale, and subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, the following Valuable Estate:-

ALL that old-established INN, known as "The Rose and Crown," and PREMISES, situate at Rushden, in the county of Northampton; comprising bar-parlour, taproom, four bedrooms, cellar, pantry, brewhouse, stable, yard, garden. Bakehouse, oven, and flour chamber thereto belonging, which are, and for twenty years past have been, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Higgins.

The above premises are Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden; a fine upon which is small and certain.

To view, apply on the premises; and for further particulars at the Office of Mr. Archbould, Thrapston, or the Auctioneer, Thrapston.

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