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The Cambrian


15 October 1814
MONMOUTHSHIRE.
COPPICE WOODS.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY GEORGE BREWER,
On Thursday, the 27th day of October, 1814, at the Hanbury-Arms, Caerleon, between the hours of four and six in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as will be produced,
 
Lot 1. A  COPPICE WOOD, in the parish of Trevethin, called Coed Hean, about eight Acres, more or less; 21 years' growth.
Lot 2. A COPPICE WOOD, in the above parish, known by the name of Coed Prisk, about seven Acres, more or less 22 years' growth.
 
Lot 3. A COPPICE WOOD, in the parish of Monyddusloine, known by the name of Craig Vaur, 157 Acres, more or less; 20 years' growth.
 
Lot 4. A COPPICE WOOD, in the parish of Bedwellty, known by the name of Graig Vaur, 237 Acres, more or less; 20 years growth.
 
Lot 5. A COPPICE WOOD, in the parish of Llanvihangel, called Coed Tee Poeth, eight Acres, more or less: 13 years growth.
 
Lot 6, A quantity of very excellent WOOD for Pit Wood, nninclosed, at Pen Rhew Gungy.
Lot 7. TEE NEWIDD WOOD, in Glascoed parish, containing 46 Acres; 10 years' growth.
 
Lot 8: BIBIAN VAIN WOOD, in the above parish containing five Acres; 11 years' growth.
 
Lot 9. TEE COCH WOOD, in the above parish, containing seven Acres; 11 years' growth.
Lot 10. BRECHIAD WOOD, in the parish of Lanfrechfa, containing three Acres; 16 years' growth.
Lot 11. GELLIGRAVOG WOOD, in the above parish, containing 30 Acres; 19 years' growth.
 
Lot 12. CWM AARON WOOD, in the above parish, containing 30 Acres; 15 years' growth.
 
Lot 13. A small COPPICE, near the Little Forge, in the parish of Trevethin, containing one Acre; 17 years’ growth.
14. A large quantity of very excellent WOOD for Pit Wood, at Gelly Rhwa, in the above parish.
 
For particulars apply to Mr. John Aram, Pont y Pool or Mr. George Brewer, Caerleon; and for a view of the Woods to Mr. Richard Jones, Woodward, Goitre.

7 September 1822
ADVERTISEMENT
MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Thursday, September 26th, 1822, at the Hanbury-Arms inn, Caerleon, between the hours of two and five in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, THE present FALLAGE of about 160 Acres of valuable COPPICE WOODS;
 
Lots.Acres. Years’ Growth
 
1 Part of Craig Ddu, adjoining'Graig Llwyfas, Monyddysloyn.1215
2 Part of ditto, adjoining Lus Genol ..815
 
3 Ditto Lodge Wood, near the house, Langattock ..2412
4 Ditto Plantation, Lanfrechva ..20 13
5 Coed Gwain Henry, Landewi 20 13
 
6 Coed Ca Ruchan, ditto 5 15
 
7 Brun Surddi Coed Ca Ruchan, Llanfihangel 812
8 Part of Craig Tower Watch, ditto ..14 10
 
9 Park-y-Brain, Mamhilad and Goytre13 15
 
10 Coed Ty Coch, Glascoed 715
11 Lower part of Coed Ca Newydd ..20 9
 
12 Ty Mawr Coppice, Lanfihangel ..9 9
 
The above lots are of excellent quality, and well worth the attention of Wood Dealers, and very convenient for land and water carriage.
 
N. B. The Ash and Beech Double Stores, now marked with an X with red paint, are to be sold with the Coppice where they are so marked. For further particulars apply to Mr. John Aram, Pontypool, or Messrs. Brewer and Long, Newport; and for view of the different lots to Mr. Richard Jones, GOYTRE.
BREWER and LONG, Auctioneers.