Manor of New Hall

Morning Chronicle – Thursday 26 October 1820

A valuable Manor and Freehold Estate, within the Parish of Darfield in the West Riding of the County of York  – By I Mr. J. WARD at the Kings Head, Barnsley on Monday, November 15 at four in the afternoon if not sold before by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given.

COMPRISING the valuable Manor of NEW HALL, co-extensive with the Townships of Darfield, and extending over about 1900 Acres of Land, together with a good Mansion House, several Messuages and Cottages, and about 138 Acres of rich Land in a high state of cultivation, situate in the Townships of Darfield and Wombwell, in the said Parish of Darfield, and in the occupation of Mr, George Rimmnington, and others, who are under regular notice to quit at the end of the present year.

The principal part of the estate is within a ring fence, and the Manor abounds with game; it adjoins upon the Turnpike-road leading from Doncaster by Saltersbrook to Manchester.

Darfield is situated, about 4 miles from Barnsley, nine from Rotherham, ten from Doncaster, 14 from Sheffield, twelve from Wakefield, and twelve from Pontefract, all excellent Market Towns.

Mr. Rimmington, the tenant, will shew the Premises; and for further particulars apply to J. Hall, Esq. near Beverley;  J West, Esq. Cawthorne, Barnsley; at the offices of Messrs Hall and Cambell, solicitors, Beverley; and at the Office of Messrs Lownde and Lowndes, solicitors, Red Lion Square, London