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IN BANKRUPTCY. In the Matter of Charles Cotton Butterfield, of Petersfield, in the county of Southampton, Banker, Dealer and Chapman, trading under the name or style of Butter field and Company, a bankrupt. Portsea. A capital well accustomed retail beer-house, four substantial dwelling-houses, and eleven tenements, all adjoining and producing a rental of about £95 per annum. ROOK and Son will sell by auction, under an order of Mr. Commissioner Holroyd, and by direction of the assignees of the said Chas. Cotton Butterfield, at the George Hotel, Portsmouth, on Thursday, May 9, 1850, at two o’clock in the afternoon, in one lot; A mortgage security for £1,000, upon the undivided moiety of and in all those capacious stucco fronted freehold premises, consisting of a well arranged beer-house, known as the “White Hart,” with excellent cellarage, bakehouse, with loft over, ” and pump therein, and office, in the occupation of Mr. Bewsey, situate in Britain-street, Portsea, forming the corner of Dean-street, from which there is a side entrance; and also of and in four substan tially built messuages or dwelling-houses, being Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, in Dean-street, in the occupation of Messrs. Irvin, Benfield, Bell, and Bedford; and of and in nine brick built messuages or tenements, forming Hobb’s-court, Dean street, with paved yard, pump, dust bin, and offices in common, in the occupation of Messrs. Shepherd, Bone, Ford, Abraham, Bone, Strout, Baggs, Low, and Charters; and also of and in 2 three roomed tenements, in Moor’s court, Dean-street, with paved yard and office in common, in the occupation of Messrs. Humphries and Godden.
The different properties may be viewed and further particulars obtained of E. Edwards, Esq. Official Assignee, No. 1, Sambrook-court, Basinghall-street, London; Messrs. Holme, Loftus, and Young, Solicitors, No. 10, New-inn, London; Mr. Cruickshank, Solicitor, Gosport; or of the Auctioneers, Portsmouth and Gosport.