London Gazette index entry detail

Publication details:

Publication date: 10 Jun 1864.

Issue: 22863.

Page: 31.



Person details:

Name: G. C. Coote Esq.

Marital Status: Not given.


Little Hampton and Climping, Sussex. Valuable freehold estates and ground rents. Freehold house at Southsea, Hants. Forty-four shares in the River Arun Navigation. MR. EDWARD WYATT has been appointed by the Master of the Rolls to sell by auction, at the Dolphin Hotel, Chichester, Sussex, on Wednesday, the 13th day of July, I864, at two for three o'clock in the afternoon, in 22 lots, pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause Powell v. Boggis. A freehold estate in the said parishes of Climping and Little Hampton, Sussex, containing 294A. In. 20P. of arable and pasture land, known as Bailiff's Court Farm, with the farmhouse, stables, and farm buildings thereon, in the occupation of G. C. Coote, Esq. Freehold ground rents amounting to £52 per annum, issuing out of lands in the said parishes of Climping and Little Hampton. Several pieces of freehold meadow and arable land in the same parishes, in the occupation of G. C. Coote, Esq. , R. French, Esq. , Mr. H. Bransbury, and Mr. G. Boniface. A freehold dwelling house, No. 31, Somers-street, South-sea, Hants, in the occupation of Mr. Cannon. And forty-four shares in the River Arun Navigation. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had (gratis) of Mr. Powell, Solicitor, Chichester; Mr. Sowton, Solicitor, No. 6, Great James-street, Bedford-row, London; Messrs. Iliffe, Iliffe, and Russell, Solicitors, No. 2, Bedford-row, London; Messrs. Holmes and Impey, No. 12, Bedford-row, London ; Messrs. R. and G. Holmes, Solicitors, Arundel; Messrs. Rowden and Stacey, Solicitors, No 14, Southampton-street, Bloornsbury, London; Messrs. Smith, Stenning, and Croft, Solicitors, No. 3, Basinghall-street, London; and Mr. Twiss, Solicitor, No. 12, Gray's-inn-square, London; at the Dolphin Hotel, Chichester; and of the Auctioneer, Chichester.



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Michael Metcalfe.

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