West Briton 14 May 1841 reports:
In Militia, trained men for Napoleonic wars. Commissioned as a Lieutenant.
Owned or controlled neighbouring farms of
VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE near the rich Trewavas Mine, In the Parish of
Breage, for Sale.
To BE SOLD by AUCTION, on Friday, the 21st day of May instant, by Three
o’clock in the Afternoon, at the House of Mrs., GLASSON, Innkeeper, in
Porthleaven, in the Parish of Breage, on such conditions as shall be then
and there produced, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of and in all that
compact and very desirable TENEMENT, FARM, and PREMISES called
LEDGERETH, in the said parish of Breage, now in the occupation of the Proprietor, Mr.
John GLASSON, of Tre[nictrue], comprising Two good Farm Houses, Barn,
Stables, and other convenient Outbuildings, and about 21 a. 3.. 25p, of
exceedingly rich arable, meadow, and pasture land.
The estate is delightfully situated, and overlooks the sea, and the lodes of
the rich Trewavas Copper Mine, which is distant about half a mile only, are
running through it, and likely to be very productive.
The property will positively be sold, as Mr. Glasson, having sons in New
South Wales, is desirous of laying out money in that colony.
For viewing the Premises, apply to the Proprietor, and for further
particulars to Mr. T.H. EDWARDS, Auctioneer &c., Helston.