From the Kentish Post or Canterbury News-Letter,
August 22-25, 1730. Kindly sent from Alec Hasenson.
To be sold by auction at the Sign of the Three Kings in
Deal, on Monday the 17th
Day of September next, in one Lot, the several Public Houses following,
at Deal, viz. the Sign of the Crown, late in the occupation of the widow
Brockman; the Sign of the Bricklayer’s Arms, now in the occupation of
Forrest; the Sign of the Unicorn, in the occupation of Henry Hillgrove;
the Sign of
the Fleece, in the occupation of John Wealand; the Sign of the Globe, in
occupation of Stephen Norris; and the Sign of the Carpenter’s Arms, in
the occupation of William Savine; with another Tenement adjoining, in
the occupation of Nicholas Ladd: the first of which Houses is Freehold,
the two next are Leasehold for eleven years, renewable on a small fine
certain, and the rest Leasehold from the Archbishop of Canterbury.