To be Lett or Sold ... a convenient large house, with outhouses, stables, and two gardens, fit for any great trader, (late a sugar-baker's) near the church in Lambeth. Enquire of Mr Jackson, Apothecary, near Moorgate.
(Daily Courant (London), Wed May 22, 1717.)
To be Sold ... At Katy's Coffee-house, on the Sandhill, Newcastle ... a commodious new-built sugarhouse situate in Hillgate, Gateshead, adjoining the River Tyne.
(Newcastle Courant, throughout Oct, Nov, Dec, 1757.)
On Thursday 14 June, will be sold, by way of auction, at the Merchants' Coffee House, at seven o'clock in the evening, the following premises ...
Situated in Crooked Lane [Liverpool], in the possession of Mr Daniel Danvers,
Lot I. A Sugar House, with a large yard, stable, etc. A small house backward, and another small house to the front of Crooked Lane.
Lot II. A Yard in possession of Mr William Sandford, adjoining to the said premises and fronting Crooked Lane.
Particulars of the above premises may be seen at the Merchants' Coffee House or by enquiring of Mr Thomas Wharton, at Mr Cropper's in Castle Street.
(Liverpool newspaper, 9 June 1758. - Duggan)
Friday 8th Oct, there will be exposed to public sale ...
The Sugar House at Leith, with the warehouses, utensils, and other materials; also twenty eight hogsheads raw sugars.
The conditions of sale, and articles of roup, to be seen in the hands of Charles Cowan, Clerk to the said Sugarhouse.
(Caledonian Mercury, 6 Oct 1762.)
To be Sold immediately. Situate at Stockton in the County of Durham, a convenient Sugar-House and Distill House, with all manner of utensils necessary for the carrying on of those businesses, with a Wharf or Quay thereunto belonging. Also several messuages, granaries and warehouses, in Stockton aforesaid.
For further particulars, enquire of Mr Tho Rudd, the owner, or Mr Robert Preston of Stockton.
(Newcastle Chronicle, 7 Sep 1765 ... and still for sale NC 6 June 1767.)
To be Sold ... The Sugar House at Leith, with the warehouses, utensils, etc.
Persons intending to purchase, may apply, for particulars, to Andrew Stewart, junior, Writer to the Signet, who has power to conclude a bargain.
(Caledonian Mercury, 12 Aug 1767.)
To be sold by auction, at the sign of the Millstone in Castle Street, on Thursday 20 October 1768.
The Sugarhouse in Matthew Street [Liverpool] belonging to Gildart, Rauthmell & Co, with all utensils, together with a warehouse, counting house, mill and stable; held by leaser under the executor of the late Mr Rainford, for two fresh lives (now in being) and twenty one years.
Also four dwelling houses, fronting said Street, with cooperage, and a large shade, being land of inheritance, and are now in the several possession of John Baichlin, Henry Rauthmell, James Laithwait, and Samuel Appleton.
For further particulars enquire at Henry Rauthmell or James Laithwait who will show the premises.
(Liverpool newspaper, 22 September 1768. - Duggan)
To be Sold ... The Sugar House at Lancaster, with three pans, and all other utensils necessary for carrying on the work. The House stands distinct and separate from any other buildings, has a spacious yard belonging it, and the buildings and conveniencies are very good.
For further particulars apply to Henry Hargreaves who will be ready to show the premises, and is authorised to treat for the same.
(Local newspaper, 1768. - Duggan)
To be peremptorily sold to the highest bidder, at the house of Mr William Loftus in Newcastle upon Tyne ...
All that Sugar-House, situate in Hillgate, in Gateshead, with the appurtenances and implements necessary for carrying on the business.
The conditions and inventory will be produced at the time of sale.
For further particulars, enquire of Mr William Peters, Attorney, in Newcastle.
NB. Mr Valentine, the present Company's Clerk, will in the meantime show the premises.
(Newcastle Courant, 15 June 1771)
To be sold by auction in the Exchange Coffeehouse, Edinburgh ...
The Sugar-House in the Kirkgate, Leith, with the ground and warehouses thereunto belonging, in several lots.
Lot 1 - Shop and Dwelling House fronting the Kirkgate.
Lot 2 - The Sugar-House and Dwelling House, being the whole remainder of the building that forms the close, together with the Brewhouse and the Back close, as far as the garden wall, where it is to be divided by a [new] wall in a direct line with the gavel of the brewhouse, to the back of Mr Archibald's house. Also the plot of ground lying betwixt the back of Mr Monteith's house and the brewhouse.
Lot 3 - The whole new building above Mr Elder's wine vault ... (separated from the sugarhouse by new wall described in Lot 2, to be paid for jointly by the purchasers of Lots 2&3.)
Lot 4, 5, 6.
If the Sugarhouse is bought to be made use of for that purpose, all utensils to be taken by apprizement of three persons mutually chosen; and in case the Sugarhouse is bought for any other purpose, all the utensils shall be taken away within three months of the day of sale.
For particulars, as also for an order for viewing the premises, please to apply to William Anderson writer in Edinburgh.
(Caledonian Mercury, 24 Apr, 13 Oct & 13 Dec 1773)
To be set altogether or separately, and entered to immediately ...
The Sugar House at the foot of the Canongate, lately possessed by Mess. Gutzmer & Somervell; with the dwelling house of two storeys, all within itself, and yard, entered both from the Canongate and back of the Canongate; with the shades, and several outhouses.
If the above are set for the purpose of manufacturing sugar, the whole implements and utensils necessary for boiling sugar, will either be sold or let along with the house.
For further particulars, apply to Charles Livingston writer Edinburgh. Not to be repeated.
(Caledonian Mercury 2 feb 1774.)
By order of the Assignees, on the premises, in Angel Alley, on Thursday next, the 24th Feb, at 12 o'clock ...
All the remaining stock in trade of Mr Frederick Rider, a bankrupt; consisting of dry sugars, grain, syrups of different sorts, and molasses, etc. The whole to be viewed tomorrow and Wednesday next, the 22nd and 23rd Feb, and till the time of sale.
Catalogues of which may be had of William Hawys, Broker, Fowke's-buildings, Tower St, and at the place of sale.
(Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser (London), Mon Feb 21, 1774.)
To be sold in Public Sale (this evening) at Mr Haile's Coffee Room, [Whitehaven], the Sugarhouse in this town; with all the warehouses adjoining, and other accomodations.
(Cumberland Pacquet, 10 November 1774.)
TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Order of the Assignees, at the Star Inn, in Southampton, on Wednesday the 17th Day of May next, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon ...
The several FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD ESTATES, late belonging to John Brissault, Sugar Baker, a Bankrupt, situate within the TOWN of SOUTHAMPTON, in the following separate Lots:
Lot 1. A large, airy, substantial, well-built, and extremely convenient Sugar-House, consisting of seven Stories, with two arched Stoves, five Pans, and all other well-contrived Apparatus for carrying on an extensive Business; together with a good Dwelling-House adjoining to the said Sugar-House, and also a Mill-House, and spacious Lodging Rooms for Workmen, and all necessary Cisterns, Store-Houses, Cooperage, Stabling, and Coal-House, and a large well-situated Piece of Land contiguous to the said Sugar-House, abutting upon the said High Street of the Town of Southampton, which Piece of Land measures 52 Feet in Front, and 106 Feet in Depth, and whereon may be erected two good Dwelling-Houses. [More details of this sugarhouse.]
Lot 2. A Dwelling-House, with a good Shop in Front, and other Appurtenances, now in the Occupation of Mrs. Widdell, and a Piece of Land adjoining thereto, fronting the said High Street, containing in Breadth 15 Feet, or thereabouts, and in Depth 40 Feet, near unto the Land of the said Sugar-House.
Lot 3. A large and commodious Dwelling House, with all suitable Conveniences, and a good Garden, encompassed with a Wall communicating with the said Sugar-Houses Yard, late in the Occupation of the said John Brissault.
N.B. All the above Premises are Freehold.
Lot 4. A long Range of Storehouses, with Lofts over the same, and a Wharf adjoining thereto, very convenient for landing Goods thereon, and situate near the Quay, held under the Corporation of Southampton for a Term of 40 Years, renewable every 14 Years on an easy Fine and Quit-Rent.
At the same Time will be sold, either by Auction or private Contract, about 15,000 Pots and Moulds, together with all other Implements and Utensils lately used in the said Sugar-House for the making and refining of Sugars.
For further Particulars enquire of Mr. John Bridger; or Mr. William Brice, Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate, or of Mr. Reade, or Mr. Daman, Attorneys, in Southampton.
(Southampton St James Chronicle 1775.) (My thanks to Andy Russel of Southampton Archaeology.)
By Edward Smith on Wednesday 13 September and the following day by order of the Assignee ...
All the neat and genuine household furniture, plate, linen, china, wines, etc, belonging to Messrs Davey and Hounsom sugar refiners of CHURCH LANE, Whitechapel, bankrupts, consisting of four post bedsteads, with damasc, morine, and other furniture, feather beds, blankets, and counterpanes, mahogany tables and chairs, carpets, glasses, etc, some fine and useful household linen, and good kitchen furniture.
To be viewed tomorrow till the sale, which will be 11 o'clock.
Catalogues from Edward Smith, No.6 Broadway, Blackfriars.
(Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser (London), Mon Sep 11, 1775.)
TO be Lett or Lease disposed of ...
a large two pan sugar house, with a large dwelling house, three rooms on a floor, in thorough repair, situate in WHITECROSS STREET; the utensils to be taken at a fair appraisement.
Enquiries of Messrs Cain & Old on the premises or of Mr Abraham Brooksbank at the Hamburgh Coffee House or No. 66 Tower Street.
(Daily Advertiser (London), Fri Jun 14, 1776.)
[probably Ysarm & Guinand]
To be disposed of, the lease of a very compleat One-Pan Sugar-House and Dwelling House, in thorough repair, most desirably
situate in the refined Market, and Cartage very moderate.
For particulars enquire of J Gascoigne at the Hamburgh Coffee House,
Water Lane, Tower Street.
(The Daily Advertiser 6th July 1776)
To be Sold, and entered upon immediately, on Friday 24th of September instant, between the hours of four and five in the Afternoon, within the house of Mr John McKinzie, Vintner in Ayr, by public roup ...
That large commodious Sugar House, situated near the Harbour of Ayr, together with the complete set of utensils, now in the best order for refining sugars, to the extent of 800 or 1000 hogsheads yearly; also the Boiler's-house, Counting-Room, Garden, etc, the whole standing in a large area inclosed by a high wall, and which taken altogether render it at least equal to any work of the kind in the Country. From its vicinity to the Harbour, and cheapness of coal, it has advantage superior to most of them. For the encouragement of purchasers the up-set price payable at Whitsunday next will be only Two Thousands Pounds, which is not half the original cost of it about six years ago.
(Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser, 21 Sep 1779.)
By Wheelhouse & Co, on the premises opposite the George and Blue Boar, HIGH HOLBORN, London, on Friday 16 March at 11 o'clock, by order of the trustees ...
The valuable fixtures and implements in trade, household furniture, lease of the premises, etc., of ...
Messrs Kersting & Wood sugarbakers, consisting of a large stout copper pan, with iron work and lead curb compleat; 2 copper coolers, a large lead clarifying cistern, copper pump, lead pipes, 2 iron cockles; 1 cast and 3 wrought iron doors, a sugar mill compleat, lime, clay and mould cisterns, a large quantity of pots and moulds, a capital iron beam and plank, iron weights, a parcel of coal, and various other items.
To be viewed on Wednesday next and till the time of the sale, when catalogues may be had on the premises ...
(Morning Chronicle 12 Mar 1781)
The whole houses and subjects belonging to and employed by the LEITH SUGAR HOUSE Co, together with coppers, coolers, and whole utensils used in the trade are announced as for sale, ... in WATER LANE, Leith.
(The Advertiser, 1783) ('Old & New Edinburgh', by James Grant, Cassell, 1880s. Vol.6, pp 235-6)
The GREENOCK SUGAR HOUSE COMPANY, under the firm of Hopkirk, Kuhll, and Co. being now dissolved, it is
hoped that all such persons, whose debts to the said Company are now become due, would immediately order payment of them,
either to William McCunn senior, merchant in Greenock, or James Hopkirk, merchant in Glasgow, who have powers
to discharge same, that the Company may not be under the disagreeable necessity of proceeding against them by law.
business of the Greenock Sugar House is now carried on by Hopkirk, Kippen, and Co. who request that the customers
to that former House will continue their favours, which they will study to merit by every attention in their power.
(The Glasgow Mercury, 8 Jan 1784)
By Samuel Burton on Tuesday next, on the premises, No. 9 LITTLE KNIGHT RIDER STREET ...
All the valuable utensils in trade of Messrs Manning & Fraley, Mr Manning leaving the business, Mr Fraley deceased.
Consisting of two very good copper pans, three coolers, copper pump, lead clarifying cistern, pipes, brass cocks, iron stoves, cockells, doors & frames; a remarkably good iron crane and chain, a mill complete, strong beam, 25 cwt of iron weights, a water back lined with lead, a quantity of pots and moulds in excellent condition, a lime cistern, a press, and various other effects; together with men's bedsteads and bedding.
May be viewed on Monday next, and till the sale, which will begin at eleven o'clock.
(Morning Chronicle and London Advertiser, Sat March 13, 1784)
Alexander Brown & Co. of the WEST SUGAR HOUSE here [Greenock], having purchased the South Sugar House, where
they mean to remove to, and carry on business, at the 1st of June next, propose to dispose of the West Sugar House and
utensils, by private sale; those who may wish to purchase, will please apply to them.
In the mean time, both Houses go
on as formerly.
(The Glasgow Mercury, 8 Apr 1784)
The WEST SUGAR HOUSE and utensils are to be exposed for sale, by public roup, in the Tontine Tavern, upon Wednesday the 23rd day of June
next, betwixt one and two in the afternoon.
Alexander Brown and Co. [of Greenock] will have the articles of roup, and
conditions of sale, prepared to be shown, any time after the tenth of June; by which period they will also have the house
and utensils properly fitted up for immediate working, and in the condition they mean to sell them, ready to be seen, by
any who intend to purchase.
(The Glasgow Mercury, 20 May 1784)
The Lease of those valuable and extensive premises, now in the possession of Mr Jarman, sugar refiner, in Distaff Lane. Consisting of a complete 2 pan sugar house, capable of working 1000 hogsheads, with a very convenient and roomy warehouse, brick dwelling house, and counting house, 33 years unexpired, and a part 3 years, subject to the rent of £70 per annum. The dwelling house to be let at £20 to a tenant at will.
May be viewed from ten to five. Particulars then on the premises, at the place of sale, and of Samuel Burton, Houndsditch.
(Daily Universal Register, 26 July 1786)
To be let ... a regular built two pan sugar house situated in BISHOPSGATE ST, London.
(The Times, 25 May 1787)
To be Sold,
the WEST SUGAR HOUSE Buildings, Glasgow, having a front of 104 feet to the Candleriggs-street, and
126 feet to Bell's Wynd-street. The grounds are well situated for building shops and warehouses on.
Until the subjects
are sold, the business will be carried on as usual. There are at present for sale, all kinds of refined Sugars, Powders,
Molasses, &c. &c.
For particulars apply to Alexander Scheviz.
(The Glasgow Mercury, 15 Aug 1787)
To LET ... The New Sugar Refinery, Hull, late belonging to Francis Bine, dec'd, and at present carried on in full work by his widow Mrs Elizabeth Bine. Also spacious dwelling house, garden, croft, etc, together with a small dwelling house contiguous thereto proper for the sugar boiler. The whole adjoining the River Hull and most conveniently situated for shipping and taking in goods.
The sugar house has 4 pans and one for over skims ... many additions having lately been made to the buildings and utensils, and the whole put into thorough repair. The remaining stock, with the above premises, may be taken and entered upon any time previous to the arrival of new sugars.
Mrs Bine takes this opportunity of returning her warmest thanks to the friends of her late husband for the support they were pleased to honour him with, and begs leave to solicit a continuance of their favours, as it is her wish to reduce her present stock as soon as the indulgence of her friends will enable her, having at this time a good assortment of lumps and ground sugars, and presumes a supply for the usual consumption of six months.
Further particulars may be known by applying to the said Mrs Bine of Hull.
(London Chronicle, 10 January 1788)
By Mr Winstanley, on the premises, the south end of GOLDEN LANE, Barbican, on Friday August 8, and the following day, at 11 o'clock, by order of the assignee.
The valuable fixtures and utensils, stock in trade, household furniture, plate, linen, china, and other effects, of Mr Rich. Butt, sugar refiner, a bankrupt.
Consisting of two stout copper pans with lead curbs, and iron work; three copper coolers, a large clarifying cistern, copper pump, three iron cocles, a wrought iron crane, a sugar mill, a large lime cistern, a capital iron beam, and planks; 60 half cwt weights, about 7000 moulds and pots; 113 bastards, 30 puncheons of treacle, eight quarts of malt, and some hops; eight firkins of pan(?) butter, a brewing and washing copper, iron bound tubs and casks, a four wheel truck, and numerous other articles.
The utensils and fixtures will be sold the first day, the furniture the second.
To be viewed on Wednesday 6th, and till the time of the sale, when catalogues may be had on the premises: and Mr Winstanley, Paternoster Row.
(World (1787), Saturday August 2, 1788)
By Mr Greenwood of Leicester Sq, by order of the assignees, on Thursday 28th August, at 2 o'clock. The lease of those extensive premises of Messrs Vaughan & Co, sugar refiners, bankrupts, situate at PaUL'S WHARF, Upper Thames St.
Comprising one four-pan sugar house, and one two-pan sugar house, with every convenience and utensil for the business, roomy warehouses, and a spacious yard. Also a neat dwelling house adjoining; all in perfect repair, and low rented.
Possession may be had at Michaelmas next, or immediately, by taking the remainder of the stock and utensils at a fair appraisement.
(World (1787), Saturday August 23, 1788)
To be let ... a complete two pan sugar house, with dwelling house, mill house, yard etc. The utensils to be taken
at a fair appraisement. Particulars from No.6 WELLCLOSE SQUARE, London.
(The Times, 13 July 1789)
[probably Holthouse & Co]
To be disposed of ... the lease of a very convenient one pan sugar house in exceedingly good repair, and very low
rented. The utensils to be taken at a fair appraisement. Mr Wilkinson, Hambro Coffee House, Water Lane, Tower St, London.
(The Times, 2 Nov 1789)
Sugar House Utensils. To be sold by auction, on the premises in PRINCE'S ST, Drury Lane, London, on Thursday 31 December at
11 o'clock precisely ...
The utensils of a sugar house consisting of pots & moulds, copper pan coolers, a sugar mill, lead etc. and part of the
household furniture. Thomas Wilkinson, broker.
(The Times, 28 Dec 1789)
[probably Schultz & Matthew]
Sugar-House to be sold or let ...
The Old Sugar House, consisting of six pans, four at one end and two at the other, two stoves, mill, sheds, warehouses, cooperage, etc, with every other convenience necessary for carrying on the business in a commodious manner; and there has always been a regular demand for the goods, without the expense of travelling.
NB. The utensils are all in very good repair and may be had at a fair valuation.
For further particulars apply to Mr Kennerley or Mr Dickson on the premises; to William Pole, Liverpool; Mr Protheroe, merchant, Bristol; or to Messrs R Barton, Forbes and Gregory, Aldermanbury; or James Broadhurst, Harp Lane, London.
(Chester Chronicle, 18 Dec 1789)
To be sold ... in 14 lots ... pursuant to a decree of the High Court of Chancery ... several freehold & leasehold estates
late of Richard Russell dec ...
[including] a brick sugar house in WELL ST, Wellclose Sq, London, subject to a lease of 61 yrs.
2 messuages in Well St, Wellclose Sq, in the occupation of Mr Simpson & Mr Witte.
3 brick messuages on the north side of Wellclose Sq in the occupation of Mr Ray, Mr Ager & Mr Dirs.
... and the Royalty Theatre in Well St subject to a 300yr lease.
(The Times, 12 May 1790)
To be sold by public roup, in the Tontine Coffee-house, on Wednesday 4th August next, between the hours
of one and three o'clock afternoon, if not previously sold by private bargain ...
KING-STREET SUGARHOUSE, with or without
The subject consists of a Boiling house, Fill room, and other apartments on the ground floor, and five lofts
immediately above them, of about 63 feet long, and 41 feet wide within the walls; a Raw Sugar warehouse, of four floors and
cellars, about 45 feet long, and 18 feet and upwards wide within the walls; a Sales warehouse and cellars, with a
dwelling-house, of a kitchen, four rooms, and a closet and garrets above, fronting Prince's Street, or Gibson's Wynd.
The subject is 127 feet or thereby in front of King's Street, and about 90 feet or thereby in front to Prince's Street, is
bounded on the east side by a public alley, so that the entries to the subject, by so many different ways, makes it very
convenient for a subdivision, or other purposes. Adjoining to the property, and divided from it by the alley only, is a
yard and set of houses. The houses, without the yard, rent at 22L.; the rents of which have not been advanced in many years
past. The subject lies at the head of a close which goes nearly in a straight line to the Saltmarket, near St. Andrew's
Street. The whole subject, and every part of it must ever be valuable, as the city markets for beef, mutton, fish, cheese,
butter &c. are in the same street, and is the thoroughfare to them; and the immediate vicinity of the post-office renders
it eligible for shops, warehouses, counting-houses, &c. There are other buildings in the Sugarhouse close, besides these
already mentioned, fit for cellars and other valuable purposes. There is a well of excellent water in the close, which has
never been known to want water in abundance, in the greatest and longest droughts.
For further particulars apply to John
and William Duguid, at King-street Sugarhouse.
(The Glasgow Mercury, 22-29 Jun 1790)
A Sugar House, to be let ...
a compleat two pan sugar house, a dwelling house, and other conveniences, and may be entered on at Michaelmas next.
Enquire Marston & Legge, Fleet St, London.
(The Times, 24 August 1790)
Sugar House at Stockton to be peremptorily sold to the highest bidder.
At the house of Mr John Peveral, the Black Lion, in Stockton, in the County of Durham, on Tues 26th day of October between the hours of four and six in the afternoon subject to such conditions as shall be then and there produced.
The Sugar House at Stockton aforesaid, with apartments for the workmen: and also an exceeding good dwelling house contiguous thereto: together with wharf or key, large and commodious warehouses, granaries, and every other convenience necessary for carrying on the business of Sugar Refiner.
The Sugar House was almost entirely new built not many years ago; can be kept sufficiently warm by the stove cockle and pan chimneys, is capable of refining upwards of six hundred hogsheads of sugar yearly and is in every respect well calculated for carrying on the business; and all the premises are in complete repair.
The pans, coolers, and the utensils belonging to the Sugar House, as well as unfixed, will be sold herewith.
This is the only Sugar House between Hull and Newcastle, is most eligibly situate for carrying on the business, and will always command a ready sale.
For further particulars apply to Mr Raisbeck at his office in Stockton.
(York Chronicle 8 October 1790)
[Raisbeck, Grey & Burden]
By Joseph Bulling, without reserve, on Tuesday 2 November and the following day ...
All the stock utensils and fittings-up of that compleat 3 pan sugarhouse, late in the occupation of William Goodhew dec'd, situate at the WOOD WHARF, Greenwich Road, Kent; comprising a horse sugar mill, large crane, water engine, lead and copper cistern, coolers, candy pans, iron repository, large beam and planks, 72 half hundred iron weights, upwards of 10,000 pots, pans and jars, liquor, etc, lime cisterns, 4 lighters, a lug boat, an iron-shod cart, and numerous other articles.
May be viewed two days preceeding the sale from 10 o'clock in the morning till 4 in the afternoon; catalogues may be had on the premises of the Auctioneer, Broadway, Deptford. The sale will begin each day at 12 o'clock precisely.
The house to be let.
(Gazeteer & New Daily Advertiser 21 Oct 1790)
On the premises, GLOSTER COURT, Whitecross St, London, on Wed 10 Nov ...
The utensils, fixtures, stock in trade, and some household furniture of Benjamin
Bayley sugar refiner quitting business.
4 pans, 4 coolers, 87 candy pans, large clarifying cistern & pump, 4 cisterns,
3 cockle stoves, several iron doors, a sugar mill, 15,000 moulds & pots, iron weights,
an iron repository, a quantity of molasses, syrup & grain, a counting-house desk, a malt
mill, brewing utensils, etc.
The house to let.
(The Times, 3 Nov
By Mr Burton, on Wed 20 April 1791, at eleven o'clock, on the premises at 16 FRIDAY STREET, all the utensils in trade of Mr Walker, sugar-baker, retiring from business ...
Consisting of two copper pans, lead and iron work, 5 large coolers, a clarifying cistern and copper pump, a cockell, iron doors and frames, iron crane and chain, good beam, several hundred iron weights, a horse mill, vats, clay cisterns, a large quantity of lead pipe and brass cocks, several thousands sugar loaf pots and moulds, paper, cord, clay, clay rack, scum bags, baskets, etc.
Catalogues may be had one day preceding the sale (when the whole may be viewed) on the premises, and from Mr Burton, 228 Houndsditch.
(Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser, Friday 15 April 1791)
Previously offered for sale on Thursday 7 April of the same year, by Mr Burton, along with ...
The lease of the dwelling house for a term of 21 years, subject to a ground rent of £23 per annum.
(Diary or Woodfall's Register, Thursday 31 Mar 1791)
By Mr Winstanley, on the premises at PAUL'S WHARF, Upper Thames St, London, on Thursday 14 inst at 11 o'clock ...
The valuable plant, utensils & fixtures of a 5-pan sugarhouse consisting of 5 large copper pans, 3 coolers, 1
refining cistern, 4 large cisterns lined with lead, abt 250' of copper, lead & pewter pipe, 2 iron cockles with 90' of
pipe, 11 iron doors, 1600 pots & moulds, copper pumps, basins, ladles, lime clay mould and water cisterns, a large and
very complete sugar mill with iron roll, capital scale beam and planks, 50cwt of iron weights, an iron crane, together
with a complete assortment of utensils in the sugar refining branch, brewing vessels, and other articles. The whole in
very good condition having been new within 3 yrs.
The same day will be sold the remaining years of the lease of a capacious five pan sugarhouse adjoining the above,
with a roomy convenient dwelling house. The plant, fixtures and utensils of which are to be taken by appraisement.
(The Times, 7 Feb 1793)
[the first of these would have been Thomas Boylston]
By Mr Winstanley, on the premises opposite the Black Swan in WENTWORTH STREET, Whitechapel, on Tuesday 15 April at 11 o'clock ...
The plant and utensils of a sugar house late in the occupation of Mr Henry Ercks, consisting of three large copper pans with braces and 4 coolers, 2 large leaden clarifying cisterns, a quantity of pewter and lead pipes, brass cocks, 50 copper candy pans, copper basins, pumps etc. Lime, clay and water cisterns, brass pulleys and ropes, pots and moulds, useful new and old iron, and various other articles.
To be viewed on Saturday, Monday and until the time of the sale, when printed catalogues may be had at the place of sale and of Mr Winstanley, Paternoster Row.
(Morning Chronicle Sat 12 April 1794)
Leasehold estates in both OLD FISH STREET and LABOUR-IN-VAIN HILL.
Before the Commissioners in a commission of bankrupt awarded against James Piercy the elder and James Piercy the younger of New Street, London.
At Guildhall on Wed 11 June at 12 noon.
All those valuable and extensive premises in the occupation of Messrs Bradburne & Ballinger sugar refiners situate on the south side of Old Fish Street entirely surrounding Star Court; consisting of a dwelling house and 2 large sugar houses, one a double the other a single house, part held under lease from John Sawbridge Esq at £153 pa and part from the parish of Coleman Street at £10 pa.
Also a newly erected messuage in the occupation of William Gilkes called the Cooperage situate on the east side of Labour-in-Vain Hill with back yard and sugar house in Fye-foot-lane, and stable and warehouses, leased from the Fishmonger's Co at £18 pa.
To be viewed with leave of tenant 10 days preceding the sale.
(Morning Chronicle, 22 May 1794)
To be let in the City, a two pan sugar house, with a dwelling house, in good repair, may be entered on immediately.
Enquire Mr Elmes, 19 College Hill, London.
(The Times, 28 May 1794)
By Mr Winstanley, at Garraway's on Friday 3 October at noon ...
Capital sugar house, warehouses and ground eligible for building, St George's in the East, London ... A valuable leasehold estate
in OLD GRAVEL LANE, Wapping, comprising : a compact well-built sugar house six storeys high consisting of a large
warehouse, a 4-pan single house, a 2-pan double house, a 2-pan scum house, well secured by strong
party walls between each, a counting house adjoining, brewhouse, cooperage, good stabling, and other detached offices;
the whole recently erected in the most substantial and judicious manner, and are replete with every convenience for
carrying on the refinery business in the greatest extent, but from the height of each of the storeys may be converted into any
other warehouse at small expense. A substantial well-built brick dwelling house with 3 servants rooms behind, and a
large piece of ground extending from Meeting House Alley to the east end of Love Lane, a small part of which is let on a
building lease at a rent of £10 8s pa. The whole held for an unexpired term of 90 years at a ground rent of £150 pa.
(The Times, 27 Sep 1794)
[probably Camden, Lear & Thellusen]
A Sugar House, to be let ...
a three pan sugar house, now in full work and complete repair, the present possessor retiring from business at
Midsummer next, when immediate possession may be had. Any Gentleman of property wishing to engage in that line may have
the advantage of an experienced Boiler on the premises, capable of conducting the whole. Enquire Mr Greavers, leather
seller, 4 Fish St Hill.
(The Times, 19 Feb 1795)
To be sold by auction by William Smith & Co, at the King's Arms Tavern, Palace Yard, Westminster, on Thursday 15 December, at 12 o'clock ...
A capital leasehold estate; comprising a neat well-built dwelling house, also a compleat three pan sugar house, very advantageously situate in MILLBANK STREET, Westminster, and on the banks of the River Thames. The business of sugar refining has many years been carried on therein with great success, and in the occupation of Messrs Bourdorff & Schwenck, whose partnership will expire at Christmas Day next; 21 years and one quarter will be expired at Christmas next, at low ground rent of only £30 per annum. The premises are improvable and worth to lett £150 per annum. The utensils in trade and fixtures are to be taken by the purchaser of the lease at an appraisement. The premises may be viewed by leave of the tenants, and further particulars known by applying to Messrs Smith, Mint Square, Southwark.
(Daily Advertiser, 26 Nov 1796)
... and a couple of years later ... 1799
By Messrs Smiths, at the sugar house, MILLBANK STREET, Westminster, on Thursday 15 March, at 11 o'clock ...
All the valuable fixtures and utensils in the business and other effects; comprising 5 large copper pans, a copper refining cistern, 50 copper candy cans, copper ladles and skimmers, copper pump, lead cisterns and pumps, 2 large vats, a capital mill stone, beam and planks, ?0 half hundred weights, 2 cranes, a screw press, 5 excellent cockles, about 10,000 various sized sugar pots and jars, ?0 reams of paper; also 4 servants' bedsteads, 4 feather beds, and other articles. May be viewed 2 days prior to the sale and the morning of the sale. Catalogues on the premises, and Messrs Smith, Queen Street, Mint, Southwark.
(The Times, 15 Mar 1799)
At Hambro' Coffee-house, Water Lane, Tower St, on Tuesday 10 Oct at 12 noon by order of the Sun, Royal Exchange, and Phoenix Fire Offices ...
The utensils and fixtures saved from the fire at Walton & Detmar, sugar refiners, UPPER THAMES STREET. To be viewed on the premises, when catalogues may be had, at the place of sale, and of Thomas Dyer, broker, 83 Tower St.
(The Times, 9 Oct 1797)
Sugars damaged by Fire ... for account of Sun, Royal Exchange, and Phoenix Fire Offices. At the Hamburgh Coffee-House, Water Lane, Tower St, this day at 12 noon.
Lumps, loaves, and bastard sugars, removed from the premises of Messrs Worsley & Heinekin of QUEEN STREET to the warehouse of Messrs Whiting & Co grocers on the corner of Ducksfoot Lane, Upper Thames St; where catalogues may be had at the place of sale and of Thomas Dyer, broker, Tower Street.
(Oracle and Daily Advertiser Tues 5 March 1799)
By Mr Ellis at Garraway's Coffee-house, Change Alley, on Tuesday next at one o'clock, by the order of the late Mr Richdale, in one lot ...
The unexpired lease of a complete two-pan sugar house, situate in RUPERT STREET, Goodman's Fields, and a genteel dwelling house with yard behind, immediately adjoining, 4 storeys high, 3 rooms on a floor, being No. 81, on the west side of LAMBETH STREET; the whole being subject to a ground rent of £12 pa.
May be viewed till the sale. Particulars to be had on the premises; at Garraway's Coffee-house; and the Auctioneer, 12 Whitechapel, opposite the church.
(Oracle & Daily Advertiser Sat 20 April 1799)
At Hambro Coffee-house, Water Lane, Thames St, London, tomorrow 12 o'clock ...
Sugar, sweet liquor and sugarhouse utensils, saved from fire on the premises of Mr
Fisher, sugar refiner of EAST SMITHFIELD. To be viewed at Mr Fisher's and in
(The Times, 17 Jun 1799)
By D Couty, tomorrow the 20 June at 11 o'clock on the premises of Mr Fisher sugar refiner, EAST SMITHFIELD (burnt out) ...
Two capital cockles with doors and apparatus, large scum copper, lead and iron work, lead cistern, 2 wood cisterns lined with lead, an excellent horse mill, wood and iron work, 5 wood cisterns and metal cocks, a copper cullender, quantity of stout service pipe and metal cocks, a capital crane, large beam and planks, about a ton of iron weights, several hundred sugar pots and moulds, coals, clay, paper, caskets, beer casks, scum tubs, few lots of household furniture, and other effects.
May be viewed till sale, catalogues had from place of sale, and the Auctioneer, 18 Ratcliff Highway.
The whole to be cleared by Sat 22 June.
(Oracle and Daily Advertiser Wed 19 Jun 1799)
By Mr Winstanley, at Garraway's on Tuesday 1 October at 12, by order of the executors of Mr Robert Walker dec ...
The valuable lease of which 19 years are unexpired, with immediate possession, of a 3-pan sugar house, dwelling
house, accompting house, and other premises, most desirably situated in the very centre of the market and contiguous to
the waterside, being 1 OLD FISH ST HILL, London. The premises have been long and successfully established in the above line,
and possess ample conveniences for a large stroke of business. The stock in the sugar house to be valued in the state it
may be in at the time of the sale. The fixtures, utensils and furniture to be taken at a fair appraisement.
(The Times, 24 Sep 1799)
Sugars damaged by Fire ... for account of Sun, Royal Exchange, and Phoenix Fire Offices. At the Hambro' Coffee-House, Water Lane, Tower St, this day 22 July at 12 noon.
Loaves, bastards and sweet liquor, removed from the premises of Messrs Lawrence and Walton, sugar refiners of LEMAN STREET, to the warehouse of Messrs Whiting & Co grocers on the corner of Ducksfoot Lane, Upper Thames St; where catalogues may be had at the place of sale and of Thomas Dyer, broker, Tower Street.
(The Times,Tues 22 July 1800)
At Hambro Coffee-house, Water Lane, Thames St, London, Thursday next 5 Nov 1 o'clock ...
Lumps, loaves, burnt bastards and sweet liquor, removed from the premises of Mr
Grobb, sugar refiner, THAMES ST.
(The Times, 3 Nov 1801)
At Garraway's, London, by Messrs Skinner & Dyke on Wednesday 23 Jun at 12 o'clock ...
A valuable freehold estate in Wood Street, Cheapside, consisting of a spacious plot of ground, 84ft in front of Wood St, 59ft depth, and back front about 120ft, on which is a substatial pile of warehouses, and a dwelling house No.55, and the ground on which lately was a capital sugarhouse, destroyed by fire, with the valuable building materials; also a dwelling house and offices, cooperage and yard No.56, in the occupation of Mr Felton Matthews, on lease for an unexpired term of six years.
To be viewed three days preceding the sale; and particulars had from the premises, at the place of sale, and Messrs Skinner & Dyke, Aldersgate Street.
(Morning Chronicle, 12 Jun 1802)
[late Warren & Co]
To be sold at Garraway's Coffee House, Change Alley, London, on 8 August ...
a) Newly erected 3-pan sugarhouse in BROKEN WHARF, Upper Thames St, consisting :
- 6 working floors, warehouse, storerooms, drying rooms, fillhouse, mill house,
ware rooms over,
- dwelling house with 4 bedrooms, 2 parlours, etc,
- accompanying house with sample rooms, men's kitchen,
- brick dwelling house adjoining (being 48 Upper Thames St) currently let.
b) Another at 44 UPPER THAMES ST, newly built, consisting :
- 7 working floors, about 7ft each, large lofts, warehouse, lump room, spacious
lofty light fillhouse, stove, coal cellar, mill room, 2 warehouses, yard etc,
- dwelling house.
(Papers of the Fishmonger's Company at PRO C217/61)
By Adamson & Field on Monday next at 11 ...
The effects and appendages of the sugar house and premises, No.5 QUEEN STREET, Cheapside, by direction of the proprietors, consisting of 4 capital copper coolers, about 30,000 sugar lump, large ditto, powder and single loaf, tall ditto, Canary, Prussia bastard moulds and pots, and gathering ditto, copper sugar basons, ladles, skimmers, measures, scoops, copper pumps, cullenders and frames, refining baskets, cart baskets, capital square eyed iron beam with planks, ropes, balances and levers, weights, double and single blocks and pulleys, casks, barrels, sugar tubs, and numerous valuable items. To be viewed Friday and Saturday previous to the sale; catalogues had on the premises; and of Adamson & Field, 63 Fenchurch St. -- NB. The sugar house and premises may be treated for by private contract.
(Morning Chronicle, 17 Dec 1806)
[probably Benjamin Travers, No.36]
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By Mr.STEPHENS, ON THE PREMISES,
In NELSON-STREET, late in the occupation of SAMUEL HENDERSON, Esq. (leaving Bristol)
On MONDAY the 25th of May, and the following days,
The Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Fashionable PLATE, TABLE and BED LINEN, TABLE SERVICES of NANKEEN and other CHINA, plain and cut GLASS, elegant mahogany LIBRARY BOOK-CASE in three divisions, large and valuable collection of BOOKS by the most esteemed Authors, best editions and elegantly bound, Port Folios of curious Print and Engravings, modern Maps and Atlas by Cary, capital pair of 18 inch Globes, Telescope and Microscope, fine collection of Prints framed and glazed, &c.
Catalogues will be ready to be delivered one week preceding the sale.
N.B. The PREMISES, SUGAR-HOUSE, and extensive WAREHOUSES adjoining, to be LET. For particulars enquire of Messrs.HALL and JARMAN, Solicitors, Broad-street, Bristol. (One property.)
(Felix Farley's Bristol Journal, 25 April 1807)
To be LET or SOLD by Private Contract, (If sold, All or a considerable Part of the Purchase-Money may remain on Mortgage)
A Capital SEVEN-PAN SUGAR-HOUSE, Warehouses & Premises, situate in George-street, Bristol; with seasoned Moulds and pots of every description, and all other utensils, &c. complete for working.
Also a large DWELLING-HOUSE, fit for the residence of a proprietor or manager, with a Compting house, &c. A BOILER'S HOUSE, HEAD PANMAN's HOUSE, HALLIER's HOUSE, with STABLING, COOPERAGE, MALT-HOUSE, &c.
These Premises are Freehold, in good repair, and possession may be had of the greatest part immediately.
For further particulars, and for a view of the premises, apply to CHARLES MAIS, No. 8, Clare-street.
(Felix Farley's Bristol Journal, 6 June 1807)
By Adamson & Field on Wednesday next at 12 noon on the premises in Gt Alie St, by the direction of the assignees of Mr Matthew Bailey Tennant, sugar refiner, a bankrupt ...
Furniture, linen, plate, black cart mare, town cart, 15 chaldrons of coals, and effects, GREAT ALIE STREET, Goodman's Fields.
(Morning Chronicle, Sat 9 January 1808)
Vicinity of Whitechapel. Spacious new-built premises calculated for a sugar refiner, and many trades requiring room and good light. To be sold by private contract, the lease, for nearly 60 yrs, of very capital, substantial, modern and spacious premises, with large yard inclosed with folding gates, eligibly situated being within five minutes walk of Whitechapel and the London Docks. Particulars by application to Mr Burton, 62 Cornhill.
(Morning Chronicle, 22 Jun 1811)
By Adamson & Field at Hambro's Coffee House, Water Lane, 24 April 1812 at 12 o'clock ...
Concerning the bankruptcy of John Ernst Grob - the sale in one lot of ...
11 COLLEGE STREET leading to Upper Thames St. A 3-pan sugarhouse with 6 working floors, warehouses, lump room, drying room, mill house, fill house, storage for 100 cauldrons of coal, cellarage; a 1-pan sugarhouse with 3 working floors, warehouse, fill house; a dwelling house with 6 bed chambers, men's chamber, dining room, parlour, kitchen, men's kitchen, counting house.
All attached and local to the waterside. Purchaser to have the option of all plant, utensils, etc at a fair valuation.
(London Gazette, 31 March 1812)
To be sold by Auction by Mr Jones, in a warehouse, in PARADISE-ROW, [Liverpool], late in the occupation of Mr Jonathan Barker, sugar refiner, on Wednesday the 29th April instant, at eleven o'clock precisely.
A variety of utensils, used in refining sugar; consisting of a large copper pan, two lead cisterns and pipes, iron boilers, cockles, stoves, gratings and doors, furnace doors and bars, earthenware jars, a crane with wheel, pinion and ropes, part of the materials of a horse mill, timber in the drying house, casks, tubs, etc, with a quantity of damaged raisins suitable for making vinegar.
(Chester Chronicle, 28 Apr 1812)
By Mr Adamson on the premises in FINCH STREET, Monday 19 February 1816 at 12 o'clock ...
as a result of the bankruptcy of George Brienlech sugar refiner ...
A compact 1-pan sugarhouse with 2 scum pans, comprising 4 working floors and fill house, counting house, large shed, spacious yard, cow house, stable, cart shed, and a convenient dwelling house, held on an unexpired term of 47 years at a low ground rent.
(London Gazette, 3 Feb 1816)
To be Let: Four Pan Sugar House situate in Rainford's garden in Liverpool, with warehouse and counting house adjoining. The utensils may be taken at a valuation.
For full particulars apply to Henry Holmes, jun or Jas Holmes. [The old Matthew St Sugarhouse]
(Liverpool Mercury, 31 January 1817.)
By Mr Hindle, tomorrow at 12 o'clock ...
Part of the stock of George Schlenker sugar refiner of KING ST, Old Gravel Lane, London,
damaged by fire in adjoining premises.
About 15 hogsheads and 5 tierces of single loaves and lumps, 2 tierces of bastard
grain, ten puncheons of syrup, and about 200 powder and single loaves of sugar.
(The Times, 8 Apr 1817)
Sculcoates Sugar House, generally known as The New Sugar House.
26.4.1817 - To be sold by private contract - By order of the assignees of John Boyes the elder, a bankrupt.
17.1.1818 - To be sold by private contract - By order of the assignees of John Boyes the elder, a bankrupt.
A capital well-built 3 pan sugarhouse at Sculcoates adjoining the Port of Hull, and in the late
occupation of Messrs. G F Boyes & Co together with plant apparatus and utensils, in excellent condition.
Comprising on the basement, a boiling house, scum house, mill house, mill warehouse, brew house and
arched cellar; on the first floor an excellent counting house and warehouses; with seven other floors. Also
a good substantial family dwelling house adjoining, containing dining and drawing rooms, suitable lodging
rooms, kitchen, offices and fronting onto a handsome lawn and fruitful garden. Also 3 tenements for
workmen and a three-stall stable and hayloft.
Freehold, its front on the south of Church St is 148 ft, its front onto the River Hull is 170 ft, well enclosed.
The purchaser has the option of taking the pans, coolers, cisterns and all other fixtures and utensils at a fair
appraisement. Deserving of attention as there is only one other sugarhouse in the Port of Hull.
13.2.1819 - To be sold by auction - By order of the administrator of the late Miss Harrison.
All the moveable utensils etc. of the New Sugar House, Hull, comprising 3 large copper pans, a horse mill and
pump, about 2 tons of blue, brown and white paper; a small fire engine, a great number of tools, moulds,
(Hull Advertiser & Exchange Gazette, 3 adverts as dated.)
By Mr Hoggart on the premises at No.1 OLD FISH STREET HILL, London, on Tuesday 3 March and following day at 12 ...
All the valuable plant and utensils of a 3 pan sugar house, consisting of 3 large copper pans, 2 copper coolers, cisterns, reservoirs, a large iron-bound vat, iron cockle, doors and frames, sound brickwork, stout lead in curbs, scale beams and weights, a capital crane with apparatus, fixtures and fittings, several thousand sugar loaf moulds and pots, and various articles used for the purpose of sugar refining. To be viewed one day preceding the sale, and catalogues had on the premises ...
(Morning Chronicle, 16 Feb 1818)
[Hoggart & Phillips]
To be Sold by Private Contract ... The premises in TEMPLE COURT [Liverpool], lately occupied as a sugar refinery, by Messrs Wood and Thornhill, containing nearly 650 square yards, freehold of inheritance. They might be easily adapted to any manufactory requiring spacious rooms, or be converted into warehouses. The greater part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage.
Apply in Temple Court, or to Mr Denison, solicitor, Castle St.
(Liverpool Mercury, 19 March 1819)
Mansion and Sugar Refinery to be Sold by Auction at IPSWICH, by John King, at the Bear & Crown, Ipswich, Wed 31 Mar 1819 at noon ...
That capital freehold estate situate in St Peter's, late in the occupation of Charles Greeves, dec'd.
The mansion was built 10 yrs since, upon a plan suitable for the residence of a family of fortune ... (2 reception, 4 bedrooms, 6 attic rooms currently divided into two residences, but easily restored).
The sugar refinery is new, brick built, 3 storied, and completely fitted up with the requisite utensils for the trade, at the expense of many hundred pounds.
The extensive garden is planted with young fruit trees; a brick building suitable for coach house, stables or cottages; with a back entrance to the premises .. render it one of the most desirable properties in town.
Printed particulars and conditions of sale will be duly distributed.
(Ipswich Journal, 20 March 1819)
Together or in lots ... at the George Inn, Dale St, Liverpool, on 11 June at 1 o'clock ...
All those extensive and very valuable freehold premises situate in OLDHALL STREET, Liverpool (formerly used as a sugar refinery), consisting of two sugar houses, capable of containing 3 pans; a dwelling house, and two warehouses; late in the occupation of Messrs Davies & Webb.
The above premises occupy 1088 square yards of land, and from their central situation are very suitable for any person carrying out an extensive manufacturing concern.
[!!] This property is daily becoming more valuable, as, through a part of it, will be carried the continuation of Rumford Street, which will leave a front of 9 yds by 12 yds deep on the left hand side, and 9 yds by 20 yds deep on the right hand side of the said street. [!!]
Plans of the premises may be seen, and particulars had, on application to Mr John Davies, Oldhall Street or Messrs Parr & Son, solicitors, Water Street, Liverpool.
(Liverpool Mercury, 28 May 1819)
By Mr Adamson at Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane, London, tomorrow at 1 o'clock at the
direction of the trustees of Mr Trapp sugar refiner ...
Compact one pan sugarhouse, 5 working floors and fill-house on ground floor, with
2 working floors and warehouse in front, and a counting house, dwelling house, men's room,
men's kitchen and yard. Held at unexpired term of 16yrs at low rent.
Times, 10 Aug 1820)
By Mr Adamson on the premises at 19 MARTIN'S LANE, Cannon St, London, Mon 20 Feb 1821 at 11 o'clock ...
All the valuable plant and utensils in trade of a large sugar house, the property of Mr Ackroyd whose time on the premises expires at Lady Day next; consisting of 6 copper pans, 9 coolers, a clarifying cistern, copper basin, pumps, copper pewter and lead pipes, iron beam, scales and weights, lead, iron and brickwork, lime, cisterns, etc; a general assortment of pots and moulds; men's feather beds and bedding, bedsteads. To be viewed Saturday previous, and catalogues to be had on the premises or of Mr Adamson, 88 Fenchurch St.
(The Morning Chronicle 7 Feb 1821)
Mr Ackroyd had previously tried to let the then 4 pan sugar house at 19 MARTIN'S LANE, in June 1820.
(The Morning Chronicle 26 Jun 1820)
By Mr Adamson at the Mart on Wed 15 May at 12 o'clock ...
The lease of two sugar houses each of 6 working floors with warehouse floors and
fill-houses. A large warehouse capable of stowing 1000 hogsheads of sugar, 2 coal rooms,
counting house, men's room, a family home for the principal, stabling for 6 horses, mill
house, yard, and covered entrance gateway situate in GRAVEL LANE, Houndsditch, London. All held
under one lease for unexpired term of 47yrs.
(The Times, 9 May 1822)
[probably Pike & Beckworth]
By Mr Ellis at Garraway's on Tuesday 18 March, by the direction of the executor of
George Dettmar deceased ...
The whole of the extensive freehold premises situate on the west side of OSBORN ST,
Whitechapel, London, in the occupation of Messrs Dettmar & Son sugar refiners.
A 3 pan sugarhouse of 7 floors, a 2 pan sugarhouse of 7 floors, a 1 pan
sugarhouse of 6 floors, a 2 pan scum house, counting house, dwelling house for
men, brewhouse, and yard enclosed by gates. A capital residence, coach house, 4-stall
stable and yard. The whole of the premises are freehold and in excellent repair.
(The Times, 23 Mar 1823)
All the Sugar House utensils, pottery, etc. Also the building, materials of two small sugar houses, warehouses, stables and
other buildings attached thereto. The utensils comprise facing irons, prickers, scrapers, stamping moulds, blocks, syrups,
shutes, etc, moulds and pots of different sorts, beams and scales, iron weights, sugar mills, cranes, carts, etc,
counting-house desks, mahogany and other sample drawers and various useful articles.
(Bristol Gazette, 13 May 1824)
[Whitson Court Sugar House, Bristol, which was not used
as a sugar house after this date.]
Estate for Investment ... by Paulin, Son & Herne at the Auction Mart on Tuesday August 16 at 12, in one lot ...
A most desirable copyhold estate of inheritance, equal in value to freehold, the fine being small and certain, comprising
2 large sugar houses, dwelling houses etc, situate in CHURCH LANE, near Whitechapel Church, London. The premises occupy a frontage
of upwards of 100ft on the east side of Church Lane, by a depth of 50ft, are in the most complete repair, contain 8
working floors, and every requisite convenience for carrying on the refining business; at present conducted on Howard's
Patent, with 5 pans, in the occupation and on lease to Thomas Hodgson for an unexpired term of 6yrs from Christmas
next at a ground rent of £40 pa, at the expiration of which term the purchaser will come into possession of the very
extensive and valuable property.
(The Times, 12 Aug 1825)
By Mr Adamson on the premises at SIZE YARD, Whitechapel Rd, Whitechapel, London, on May 25 at 11 o'clock ...
The plant and utensils of a 2 pan sugar house, including 3 copper coolers, refining
cistern, filling basons, pumps, steam boiler, scum press, 2 cockles, crane, hogshead
steamer, cisterns, beds & linen, 8,000 pots and moulds.
(The Times, 24 May 1826)
[probably Henry Trollop]
By Friend & Phipp on the premises at RICHMOND PLACE, East Lane, Walworth, London, on Wednesday July 11 ...
The plant, stock in trade, household furniture, and effects of Messrs Goddard, Greaves
& Cope bankrupts, capillaire, spirit colour manufacturers and sugar refiners including 3 large
cast iron pans of 120, 100, and 50 gallons with furnaces, 4 x 50 gallon cisterns, empty
puncheons, iron bound casks, several dozen 2 and 4 gallon stone bottles, _ gallons of
syrup, _ gallons of spirit colouring, a gross of claret bottles, mahogany counting house
desk, 2 dogs and a cart, and more.
And much household furniture.
(The Times, 3 July 1827)
By Mr Shuttleworth, at the Mart, on Wednesday March 5, at 12, in 2 lots ...
A Leasehold Estate, comprising a very substantial and light one-pan sugarhouse, with extensive arched vaults, a warehouse door, and 5 light working floors over. Also a very substantial dwelling house opposite, but communicating with the sugarhouse; containing numerous bed rooms, sitting rooms, cellaring, and other conveniences. The premises are desirably situate, in the centre of the grocery market, in Dobie's [Doby] Court, [at 37] Queen Street, Cheapside, and are held for terms of upwards of 12 years unexpired, at remarkably low rents, amounting together to only £63 per annum. The plant and utensils of the sugarhouse will be at the purchaser's option. May be viewed, and particulars had, 10 days previous to the sale, on the premises; of Mr Willoughby, solicitor, Clifford's Inn; at the Mart; and of Mr Shuttleworth, 28 Poultry.
(The Times, 28 February 1828)
By Paulin, Son & Herne, on the premises in RUPERT ST & LAMBETH ST, London, on Monday 25 August 1828 at 12 ...
The valuable plant & utensils of 2 sugar houses, consisting of 2 copper vacuum pans (one Howard's patent), 2 melting pans, 2 scum pans, 3
copper coolers, 3 copper clarifying and syrup cisterns, 5 copper liquor cisterns, 3 blowing up cisterns, 10 large
cisterns, 2 mould cisterns, a large brass lift pump, 2 air pumps, 2 copper filters, 150 filter leaves, a 6 horsepower
capital steam engine by Bolton & Watt, 3 boilers with furnaces and feeding apparatus, 2 double purchase cranes, pulling
up machine, wrought iron steam box, 2 scum presses, variety of melting pots & moulds, men's beds & bedsteads, etc.
The 2 sugarhouses, with men's houses, etc, to be let with immediate possession.
(The Times, 18 Aug 1828)
[possibly J Walton]
Beginning Oct 29, there was a series of sales of the property of Severn, King & Co, CHURCH LANE, Commercial Rd, London,
beginning with premises (2 sugar houses erected a few years earlier, at great expense, fire proof, and on the most approved
plan for refining by Howard's patent), then wagons, plant machinery & utensils (best quality, purchased new for about
£100,000), and then assorted lots. In 1830 a residence. Bankruptcy came in 1830.
(The Times, 1829-30)
By Paulin, Son & Herne at the Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane, London, on Tues 23 March at
the direction of the trustees of John Dreyer sugar refiner ...
A 2 pan sugarhouse in HOOPER SQUARE, Goodman's Fields, in good repair and fit
for immediate use, with 6 working floors, warehouse, fillhouse and yard. A short term
lease of £61 5s. Plant and utensils at valuation.
(The Times, 22 May 1830)
By Mr Fuller at Commercial Sale Rooms, Mincing Lane, London, on 8 Feb 1832 at 1 for 2 ...
Mr F B King's Patent Sugar Houses in PRINCES SQUARE, St George's East [as a result of bankruptcy - see Severn,
King & Co 1829/30] ... extensive property approved for the [Howard's] patent principle, on 7 floors, divided into 3
compartments for double & single refining, with pulley machine in centre, 2 stoves, lump room, cooling & filtering rooms,
spacious warehouse with loop-hole doors for loading inwards & outwards, a light fill house, a substantial newly erected
engine house and scum house, spacious cooperage, detached brick built sabling for 5 horses, lofts and men's dwelling,
spacious yard with folding gates, and a pricipal's dwelling house at no.19 Cable St communicating with the sugarhouses.
The whole under one lease of 21 yrs.
Newly built & equipped in last 2 yrs with high quality plant, machinery & utensils costing many thousands of pounds.
(The Times, 2 Feb 1832)
By Mr Fuller (late Mr Adamson) on the premises, OSBORN STREET, Whitechapel, London, on 19 Mar 1832 at 12, by the direction of the executors of Robert Dewes Esq, deceased ...
The plant and utensils of a 3 pan sugarhouse, warehouse and house fixtures, 3 refining pans, scum pan, 2 refining cisterns, 4 coolers, molasses cisterns, filling and carrying off basins, syrup pipes, ladles and skimmers, pumps and lead cisterns, 2 lime cisterns, mould and clay cisterns, water buckets, crushing mill, malt mill, brewing utensils, stove racks, cockle and pipes, pulling up machinery, warehouse cranes, scales, weights, 10,000 pots and moulds, a quantity of brickwork, etc. To be viewed on Saturday previous to the sale: catalogues to be had on the premises, and of Mr Fuller, 13 Billiter Street, Fenchurch Street.
(The Times, 15 Mar 1832)
Bonded Sugar Houses, crushing warehouse, and raw sugar warehouse ...
To be let or sold, the extensive sugar houses and warehouses situate in GUINEA ST, Bristol. In the City of Bristol
: consisting of 2 distinct sugar houses, one built for 7 pans, the other for 5 pans, together with a raw
sugar warehouse, and a warehouse approved for crushing lumps for exportation; the whole in excellent repair. These
premises possess every advantage and convenience for carrying on the business of a sugar refinery, in bond for exportation
as well as for the home trade, the sugar houses being quite distinct and seperated by party walls. The whole of these
premises, with extensive cellars, have been approved by the Lords of the Treasury as bonded warehouses, and have been
fitted up at an expense exceeding £1,100; and being in a spacious court or yard, and unconnected with any other buildings,
are the most secure property of the kind in the city of Bristol. This property would either be let or sold; if sold, a
large portion of the purchase money might remain on mortgage.
(The Times, 3 Aug 1833)
[probably Robert Rankin]
By Mr Fuller at the Mart on Thursday Feb 13 at 12 o'clock ...
Leasehold estates including a spacious building in 3 compartments used as a sugar
refinery; a single house, a double house, a bastard house, with capability for 12
pans, a brewhouse, etc, off Calvert St and York Place, OLD GRAVEL LANE, London. Other lots including family
residences, and many new-built houses, and further land. 60 yr lease.
(The Times, 17 Jan 1834)
[probably Nasmyth & Co]
Sale Particulars of Properties in Narrow Steet, Ratcliff ...
Lot 1: Kain's Wharf etc.
Lot 2: a brick-built sugar house on the west side of the "Opening" (connecting Narrow St with Queen St) at the corner of Narrow Street.
Lot 3: Ratcliff-Cross Flour Mills
(Tower Hamlets Archives B/MIS/2/7)
By Mr Fuller on Wednesday September 24 at 12 o'clock, on the premises in WELLCLOSE SQUARE ...
A steam sugar refinery comprising a spacious and substantial building of 9 floors, a single house with 6 light working floors, warehouse, fill house, and boiler house; a double house attached with 7 working floors, warehouse and fill house; a spacious family dwelling, counting house, men's dwelling, smith's shop and large yard, with two entrances from Wellclose Sq and Pell St; occupying altogether an area of 11,000 square feet, and possessing capabilities for sugar refining equal to any in London. The superior strength, durability and arrangement of the buildings, and their magnitude and situation render this property desirable for any manufacturing or warehousing establishment requiring contiguity to the Docks, the Colonial Markets or the Exchange. To be viewed till the sale. ........
........ And also by Mr Fuller, same place, same day and following days ...
The plant, fixtures and implements of a steam sugar refinery constructed on a principle superior to most others in the trade, the whole in excellent working order, comprising a copper pan, the largest in use, its capacity being equal to produce 1000 lumps per day; copper clarifying pan to contain 30 puncheons; 3 large clearing pans, 2 large clarifying cisterns, a scum pan, six coolers, molasses cistern to contain 20 puncheons, syrup and filter cisterns, copper pumps, 1000 feet copper pipe, filling basins, 300 brass cocks, large lead cisterns, pumps and sinks, 1000 feet lead and pewter pipe, 2 wrought iron cylindrical high pressure steam boilers of 20 horse power each equal to new, high pressure steam engine equal to 2 horse power, 3000 feet of steam pipe, 40 iron doors, double purchase crane, hogshead weighing machine, scales, beams, 12 tons of weights, crushing mill, pulling-up machine, hogshead trucks, stove, racks and bearers, mould clay and lime cisterns, large water cistern, 20,000 pots and moulds of the best description iron hooped, the fittings and implements of a smith's shop, the fittings of a counting house and men's apartments, iron bookcases, desks, beds and bedding, brewing utensils, house furniture, capital range, register and Romford stoves, lead cisterns, blinds, etc.
To be viewed Monday and Tuesday previous to sale; catalogues had on the premises and from Mr Fuller, 13 Billiter St, Fenchurch St.
(Morning Chronicle 2 Sep 1834)
[probably Martineau's No.48]
To be sold by private contract ...
The extensive and commodious sugar refining house and works of Messrs Lightfoot & Co situate in BATCHELOR STREET, Dale Street, Liverpool.
The house was erected by Messrs Lightfoot in 1831 of the best materials, and in a very substantial manner, for the purpose of carrying on the sugar refining business upon the most improved principle. The house is 9 stories high, and 120 feet long by 45 feet wide, and contains a complete suite of counting houses. The fires and chimneys being quite detached from the main building, this risk is accepted by the Insurance Offices at a much lower premium than ordinary refinery buildings.
The building contains 5 vacuum pans of a large size (with room for 2 more), also a condensing steam engine of 25 horse power, with 3 boilers of 30 horse power each; an excellent and never-failing spring of water and a capacious reservoir, and every requisite for carrying on the sugar refinery business on a very extensive scale. The apparatus is in perfect order, and is in use at the present time.
With the prospect of the admission of foreign sugars in bond, the present is a very desirable opportunity for investment by a capitalist or a joint stock company. The tenure is freehold of inheritance.
(The Hull Packet 26 Dec 1834)
By Mr Fuller on the premises on the corner of ELLEN ST & LOWER BERNER ST, Commercial Rd, London, on Thursday 13 October at 11 o'clock ...
The plant, implements & materials of a sugarhouse : comprising a wrought iron steam boiler of 8 horsepower, 3 copper
cisterns, cooler, patent copper serpent boiler, vacuum pan, copper pipes & pumps, 2 force pumps, 4 lead cisterns,
lead pipe, 50 brass cocks, patent filter, 2 wood filters, hogshead steamer, syrup stools, 3 wrought iron cisterns, cast
iron condensing box and apparatus, 13 copper candy pots, copper heater, copper blowing-up pipes, filling basins, 306 pots
& moulds, 200ft boarded enclosure, house & counting house fixtures, etc.
(The Times, 13 Oct 1836)
By Mr Fuller on Wednesday 14 June at 12 o'clock, at the Auction Mart, in consequence of the dissolution of a partnership ...
By Mr Fuller in a short time, at the Auction Mart, in consequence of the dissolution of a partnership ...
A spacious sugar refinery, situate in LEMAN STREET, the corner of Hooper Square, completely fitted with plant on the patent principle, and machinery of best description, forming an establishment, which for arrangement, adaptation, and capability is equal, if not superior, to any other in the kingdom, and in perfect order ........................
(Morning Chronicle 1 Apr 1837)
An extensive sugar refinery in LEMAN STREET, completely fitted with apparatus and machinery on the patent principle, manufactured in the best manner at a cost of £80,000, constructed to combine all the improvements in the process of refining at the present time, and equal to the manufacture of 5000 hogsheads per annum, forming an establishment, which for arrangement, adaptation, and capability, surpasses most other houses in the trade.
The buildings comprise a range of 3 spacious refineries, fitted with 7 vacuum pans of large dimensions, and 10 heaters.
A melting house fitted with 4 melting pans. A filtering house with 6 filters on Howard's principle, 60 large copper cisterns, 3000 feet of copper pipe, 600 brass cocks, 20 pumps.
3 engine houses, with 14, 6, 2-horse power steam engines, 9 vacuum pumps, 3 steam boilers of 30 horse power each, 2 Brunton's supplementary boilers, 1200 feet of shafting, requisite spur and other wheels, 6000 feet of steam pipe, and cocks to heat the various floors, work the pans, and supply the requisite power in all parts of the premises.
A well of fine spring water 150 feet deep, recently constructed, worked by a 6-horse engine. 2 iron water tanks to hold 20,000 gallons each. Hydraulic press, 1000 tons power, cranes, scales and weights, pulley machines, hogshead steamer, crushing mill.
A brewery, cooperage, smiths', carpenters', and engineers' shops, completely fitted with fixtures, implements and materials; principal and clerks' counting houses and fittings; men's dwelling house with accommodation for 50 men; fire engine house, stabling, coach house, and spacious yard. The whole enclosed with a brick wall and folding gates.
2 dwelling houses in Leman Street and 30,000 pots and moulds.
The premises are held for an unexpired term of 15 years at a low rent. The freehold may be had if required. A complete refinery equal to any in this country, which may be immediately worked on its present site, or removed, at a comparatively trifling cost, to any part of Europe.
To be viewed till the sale by tickets.
(Liverpool Mercury 19 May 1837)
[probably Cotton & Thellusen No.84]
By Mr Fuller at the Auction Mart on Wednesday 30 Aug at 12 o'clock, in one lot by direction of the proprietor ...
A patent sugar refinery situate in BETTS STREET, Ratcliff Highway, London, consisting of 5 stacks of substantially built warehouses, of 7 light working floors, each completely fitted with apparatus for refining by the latest approved methods, and possessing capabilities for refining 3000 hogsheads per annum. Includes 3 large vacuum pans and 5 heating pans, 5 copper filters, 3 blowing up cisterns, 20 copper liquor cisterns, 2 molasses cisterns, 10 large lead cisterns. An engine and boiler house fitted with a 6 horse power steam engine, 3 steam boilers to heat the floors and work the pans, etc. A well 140 feet deep with 2 pumps, 8000 pots and moulds, 5000 wrought iron moulds.
Principal's dwelling house, men's dwelling house and large yard with folding gates.
The whole in the best possible order and fit for immediate use. The premises are held for an unexpired 30 years, subject to ground rent.
To be viewed with tickets only.
(The Hull Packet 11 Aug 1837)
By Mr Fuller on the premises of 10 BETTS ST, Ratcliff Highway, London, on Thursday 14 September at 12 o'clock ...
The plant of a patent sugar refinery, nearly new : including a large vacuum pan and heater of the most improved
construction, copper blowing-up cistern, worm, pneumatic pan, filter, circular copper cistern, set vacuum pumps, high
pressure steam engine and boiler, wrought iron waggon, steam boiler of 4 horsepower, Fawcett's patent steam condenser,
copper & lead pipe, 2 large lead molasses cisterns, pulling-up engine, 20 iron doors, the fittings of a stove, 2 large
wrought iron cisterns, a patent bottle washing machine, 10 gross of bottles, house fixtures, etc. At the same time to be
sold : a newly-built brick dwelling house unfinished adjoining the sugarhouse, and a lagre yard enclosed with folding gates.
Held for an unexpired term of 50 yrs, subject to a ground rent of £6 per annum.
(The Times, 9 Sep 1837)
By Mr Fuller on the premises on the corner of RUPERT ST & GT ALIE ST, London, on Monday June 29 at 11 o'clock ...
The plant, machinery & utensils of a sugar refinery; a six foot vacuum pan, melting pan, vacuum pump, open copper
boiling pan, 2 coolers, blowing-up cistern, liquor cistern, filter fitted with caps & rings, copper molasses cistern, 2
horsepower high pressure steam engine, Fawcett's patent cast iron cylindrical steam boiler, in compartments 21 ft long,
a wrought iron boiler, a pulling-up machine, capital single purchase crane, hogshead trucks, hogshead steamer, oak cisterns,
10,000 pots & moulds, 2 town carts, grocery utensils, coffee roasting machine, sugar crushing machine, copper scales &
weights, truck, japanned canisters, and the remaining stock in trade, counting house and house fixtures, etc.
(The Times, 10 Jun 1840)
By Mr Fuller on the premises in LEMAN ST, London, on Monday July 15 at 11 o'clock ...
Freehold premises to be sold covers about 35,000 sq ft, in 5 stacks of warehouses, plus
other buildings, a well and a yard, as well as 2 dwelling houses, a liquor store and a
The plant, machinery & utensils of this extensive sugar refinery include 7 copper
vacuum pans (Howard's patent), 14 copper melting pans, 7 copper blow-up cisterns,
50 copper liquor and syrup cisterns, 6 Howard patent copper filters, 3 portable
condensing steam engines, 2 Brunton's patent wrought iron boilers with self-acting
furnaces, 2 high pressure steam boilers 22' 6" long, 2 capital pulling up engines, seven
portable vacuum pumps, a capital hydraulic press of 1000 tons pressure, hogshead weighing
machine, 50 wrought and cast iron doors and frames, sugar crushing mill, 2 fire engines,
a malt mill, 50 beer casks, 30 wrought iron bedsteads, 40 feather beds and bedding, 4000
pots and moulds, 1000 iron moulds, etc..
(The Times, 10 Jun 1840)
[probably Cotton & Co No.84-7]
Dundee Sugar House ... The whole stones, wood, slates, tiles, windows, doors, old metal, iron, lead, and spouts, etc; 400 feet of cast iron pipes, 5 and 6 inches in the bore; chains, crabs, and other tackle; a steam engine six horse power, and a great quantity of hung shafts, all in working order; buckle chain, with driving gear, for lowering goods from top to bottom of the house; one crane that lifts 3 tons; a number of thousands of sugar moulds that would do for drain tiles; and a great many thousands of drip cans that would hold water, etc; 10 cast iron doors, 5 feet 4 by 2 feet 7, that would do for safes or other fire-proof places; 2 sugar mills, one of which would suit a confectioner; a new stack 110 feet high built of brick: also almost 100,000 old and new common bricks, and a quantity of fire brick, and a number of other useful articles. The whole will be sold at a very small price, as they must be removed in a very short time.
Apply to David Davidson, slater, West Port; James Wilson, merchant, Green Market; or at the Sugar House, where attendance will be given from ten morning till six at night.
(Dundee, Perth and Cupar Advertiser, 14 May 1841)
Many thousands of sugar moulds were still being advertised nearly a year later. (1 Apr 1842)
For Sale by David Couty, at the direction of the Trustees, on the premises at PARSONS ST, Ratcliff Highway, London,
on Wednesday May 26 ...
The plant & utensils in trade of a patent sugar-house; comprising a 4 horsepower high pressure steam engine, 2 30' high
pressure boilers, 1 copper vacuum pan & pump, copper heater, Schroder & Derosnes filters, blow up cisterns, filter
bags, 4 lift pumps, wrought & cast iron liquor cisterns, molasses copper & lead cisterns, lime cistern, water back, 10,000
pots & moulds, 4,000 iron moulds, 2 steam presses, crane & jib, beam & weights, paper, men's bedding & linen ... and more.
(The Times, 24 May 1841)
[probably Wackerbath & Colling]
To be sold by private contract or let on lease ...
The extensive freehold premises, heretofore used as a sugar refinery, most eligibly situate in the flourishing seaport town of Hull, together with all machinery and apparatus, fitted with every improvement to the present time and now in complete order and ready for immediate work, offering a most favourable opportunity for any party desirous of commencing this business. Or the proprietors would be willing to sell the entire apparatus for removal or exportation, comprising 2 large vacuum pans each 7 feet diameter, 6 copper heaters, 6 copper filters, 5 large copper cisterns for grain charcoal, 2 steam engines, 20 and 8 horse power, 7 steam boilers, together with all other suitable utensils and machinery for carrying on the sugar refinery business on a very large scale. The premises are admirably adapted for any business requiring extensive accommodation. They are situate on the banks of the River Hull having a very considerable extent of frontage to the river.
For further particulars, and permission to view, application may be made on the premises; or in London at the office of Messrs James Gadsden & Son, 2 Gt St Helen's.
(The Hull Packet 10 Dec 1841)
[With Gadsden's involvement in Hull being his running of the Thornton, Watson sugarhouse in LIME STREET in its later years, I assumed this advert was for the Lime St sugarhouse complex, however it lacks detail regarding the rest of the site. In 1844 the Lime Street site was (maybe again) offered for sale ... see below]
To be sold by private contract ...
The extensive premises known as the sugar refinery, situate in LIME STREET, in the Groves, in the Borough of Kingston-upon-Hull, comprising altogether 2a. 3r. 2p. of land, having a frontage on the River Hull of 230 feet and being near the site of the new Victoria Dock. The property may be described as follows:- A stack of 3 warehouses fronting the R. Hull, 2 containing 3 floors each, 1 containing 4 floors, with 2 wharfs and a large yard. The warehouses communicate by 2 bridges over Lime Street with the Sugar houses, which are immense buildings, 8 storeys high, with all requisite wells and reservoirs for water, a steam engine of 18 horse power, with boilers complete, and a manager's residence, orchard and garden - the ground plot of above being 10,392 sq yards. Adjoining and communicating with the sugar refinery is an extensive soap manufactory, arranged for the manufacture of both hard and soft soap, the buildings of which are of very great extent, and having connected therewith 2 good residences for principals or superintendents, the area whereof comprises 3,816 sq yards. The ground plot of the whole of this important property is well adapted, from situation and extent, for the erection of flax and cotton mills or any other manufacturing purpose, and the frontage upon the R. Hull affords the most ready and convenient means of receiving and shipping the goods. There is also a considerable frontage to the street by which means goods and merchandise may also be readily received and delivered. The warehouses are adapted for the storing of all kinds of merchandise, and the steam engine and plant connected with it are suitable for a seed crusher or for any other purpose. The supply of good water is abundant. The whole of the above may be treated for in one lot, or the sugar refinery with 2 of the warehouses without the soapery. The whole property is freehold. Applications to view may be made to Mr Stamp, 12 Market Place, Hull, who will furnish all the particulars.
(The Hull Packet 20 Sep 1844)
[Thornton, Watson & Co ... sold, and fatally used as a flax/linseed warehouse.]
By Mr Fuller, 20 June 1844, and ...
By Mr Fuller, on Thursday 24 July, at 12 o'clock, at the Auction Mart, London, under the direction of the mortgagees, under a power of sale ...
A freehold sugar refinery, situate in SHEFFIELD, within 200 yds of the Sheffield & Manchester Railway, and will shortly be connected by railway communication now in progress with the principal ports and counties of England, erected 10 yrs since and fitted with machinery, plants and implements, constructed on the most approved principles, possessing capabilities for processing 3000 hogsheads of sugar per annum, or 6000 puncheons of molasses, at much less expense than can be done in London. Coal is produced in the immediate neighbourhood at the price of 4s a ton. An ample supply of water free of expense; and the freight of goods from London only 14s a ton, thus enabling this establishment to supply any amount of goods at lower prices than the London market, at the same time, with a large remunerating profit, and there being no other refinery (except at Goole) nearer than London, secures all the advantages of the inland trade within an extensive circuit.
The premises comprise 7 working floors, each 63 ft by 34 ft and 7 ft high, excepting the warehouse, which is 14 ft high, a yard about 90 ft by 60 ft, and 2 cottages, and are fitted with 2 vacuum pans, 4 heaters, 4 Howard filters, 4 blowing up cisterns, 4 pneumatic pans with large air pumps, 20 hp steam engine, 2 steam boilers erected outside the building, 2 vacuum pumps and pipes, pots and moulds, liquor and water cisterns, mould cisterns, and all other requisites for the business, nearly new, and manufactured of the best material, at the cost of many thousands of pounds.
Also a brick-built warehouse of 2 floors about 50 ft long, showroom, counting house, dwelling house, stables, and warehouse in the rear, and spacious yard, enclosed with folding gates.
To be viewed till sale; and particulars may be had on the premises...etc.
(Morning Chronicle 19 Jun 1844 ... and ... Liverpool Mercury, 18 July 1845)
[probably A W J Cavalier]
There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, within the White Hart Inn, here, on Wednesday 26 March at 1 o'clock ...
That sugar refinery situate in KER STREET, here [Greenock], consisting of 6 stories and garrets, as last occupied by Messrs James Fairrie & Co, with the engine, boilers, pipes and whole machinery belonging to the property. ... John Herriot, Auctioneer.
(Glasgow Herald 24 Feb 1845)
By Mr Fuller, on Thursday 28 June, at 12 o'clock, at the Auction Mart, in one lot ...
A sugar refinery, situate in WELL STREET, Wellclose Square, London, fitted with machinery, plant and implements in complete order for immediate work, possessing a capacity for manufacturing 3000 hogsheads per annum. The premises comprise a single and a double house each of 5 floors, warehouse, fillhouse, a stove fitted with racks and steam pipes, counting house, sale room, men's dwelling, paved yard with folding gates, and entrance from Wellclose Square. 1 copper vacuum pan, 2 heaters, 3 filters, 2 blow-up cisterns, large vacuum pump, 6 horse power steam engine, 2 cylindrical steam boilers, 2 steam chambers, 4 condensed steam boxes, wrought iron freshwater tank 18 ft by 17 ft by 6 ft, 3 five ton charcoal cisterns, 2 molasses cisterns, 2 syrup cisterns, 11 liquor cisterns, 2 scum cisterns, crushing mill, 3 brass barrel lift pumps, hogshead steamer, scum press, scum pan, 2 double purchase cranes, pulling-up machine, large lead freshwater cistern, clay and mould cisterns, malt mill, scales and weights, 1200 iron moulds, pots, and all other requisites for the business, nearly new at a cost of many thousands of pounds. Also a principal's dwelling house and men's dwelling house adjoining. To be viewed till the sale, and particulars on premises.
(Morning Chronicle 29 May 1845)
Sugar House to Let, entry at Whitsunday next ...
That large and commodious sugar refinery situate at the bottom of LOW SUGARHOUSE LANE, Greenock, at present possessed by Harm Blancken & Co.
It contains 2 vacuum pans, 2 heaters, 4 filters, several cisterns, and every other convenience for carrying on an extensive business. It is heated by 2 steam boilers, and is wrought by a steam engine. The premises are most advantageously situated for conducting the business with economy, being in the immediate neighbourhood of the West Harbour, and several large bonded warehouses. ... Muir & McClure, writers, Greenock.
(Glasgow Herald 18 Jul 1845)
To be sold, by public roup, within the Tontine Inn, Greenock, on Wednesday 4 November at 1 o'clock ...
That desirable and compact sugar refinery situate in NICHOLSON STREET, Greenock, at present occupied by Messrs Archd. Patten & Co consisting of 8 stories in height. It contains 2 copper pans, 3 copper and 1 cast iron heater, with filters, liquor charcoal cisterns, and every other adjunct necessary for carrying on the business of sugar refining. The house is wrought by a steam engine of sufficient power, and attached is a spacious yard, in which are engine and boiler houses, charcoal kiln, and cooperage. ... Robert Angus, merchant, or Patten & Marshall, writers, Greenock.
(Glasgow Herald 2 Nov 1846)
To sell or let - entry immediately ...
Extensive premises, No.34 WASHINGTON STREET, Glasgow, lately occupied as stores, formerly as a sugar refinery, having all the necessary machinery fitted up for that purpose, including a steam engine of 10 horse power, with 2 boilers of nearly 20 horse power each, the water for which, and the 2 large vacuum pans, is drawn from the Clyde. Attached is a very large yard with stables, cooperage, and shed adjoining. Terms very moderate. ... Mr Fleming, accountant, 21 St Vincent Place.
(Glasgow Herald 4 May 1849)
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey, on Wednesday 12 December at twelve at the Auction Mart by direction of the execs of H Holtzmeyer, dec'd, in two lots ...
A freehold sugar refinery, adapted for a patent house, situate in JOHN STREET, Church Lane, Whitechapel; comprising a substantially erected sugarhouse of 6 floors, warehouse and fill house, each containing about 1650 superficial feet, well lighted and lofty; a brick-built stove of 5 storeys, clay stage, men's house, boiler's dwelling, cart, cooper and coal sheds, and a spacious yard with gateway entrance.
Also 3 freehold dwelling houses with shops, situate in John Street, let to respectable tenants, at rents accounting to £66 per annum.
To be viewed by tickets.
(Morning Chronicle 1 Dec 1849)
... and the above again, by auction 10 April at 12 o'clock.
(Morning Chronicle 10 Apr 1850)
Mr C Wharton begs to announce that he is instructed to sell by auction at The Mart on Wednesday 12 March 1851 at 12 noon ...
in 22 lots, secure freehold ground rents, [in ST GEORGE'S in the EAST, London] with important reversions, the leasees
having during their respective terms expended many thousand pounds in the erection of numerous capital sugar houses,
public houses, shops, & dwelling houses, on both sides of Christian St, New Rd, Lower Grove St, both sides of Ratcliff
Highway and Canon St. ... In the occupancy of a most responsible tenantry, including the highly respectable firms of
Messrs Wainwright & Gadesden, David Martineau & Sons, Schroder & Co, Peter Kuck & Son ...
(The Times, 28 Feb 1851)
Messrs Bromley & Son by auction on the premises at PENNINGTON ST, St George's East, London, on Monday March 24 ...
By order of Messrs Wackerbath & Collings retiring from business.
The valuable plant & machinery of a patent sugar refinery; comprising 4 high pressure steam engines, 4 very large boilers,
1 large vacuum pan, 1 large copper condensing machine, 20 iron and charcoal retorts & canisters, large air pump,
pulling up machine, several very large water & lime backs & cisterns, 14,000 iron moulds, 2 Bramah presses with boxes,
steam box for steamimg hogsheads, 2 fire engines, 3 winches, 2 large copper charcoal filters, mould cisterns, old sugar
pans ... and more.
(The Times, 7 Mar 1851)
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey on the premises at STRATFORD, Essex, near Bow Bridge, and on the banks of the River Lea, on Monday Nov 7 at 11 ...
The plant and utensils of a sugar refinery : large copper vacuum pan, 6 copper heaters in iron cases 6ft and 6ft dia,
3 copper cisterns, 11 wrought iron charcoal filters (4 by Fraser), 6 square bag filters with 72 bells in each and receivers,
range of bag filters with 150 bells, wrought iron blowing-up cistern lined with lead, 20 wrought iron liquor and syrup
cisterns, brass force pumps, 10 horsepower high pressure steam engine with vacuum pump, set liquor pumps with pipes and
cocks, 5 large cast iron tanks in plates, lead cisterns, wrought iron mould cisterns, 2 wrought iron steam boilers 15 &
30ft long, 4 cast iron pans lined with lead, 3 lead pans in iron-bound cases, wrought iron hogshead steamer, hydraulic
press with 9" ram & press, sugar mill with knives & case, sugar crushing mill, scales & weights, weighing machine, large
lead treacle cistern, the racks and fitting in stove, 4 charcoal retorts with brickwork, 2 pairs of gassing pumps, pair of
testing scales, Finzell's centrifugal pan, fittings in counting house and men's room, beds & bedding, 2,000 wrought iron
moulds, 2,000 earthen pots, and numerous other effects. At the same time will be sold the lease of the Sugar Refinery, with
wharf and yard, held for a term of years for a very low rent.
(The Times, 27 Oct 1853)
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey by auction at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate St, London, on Wednesday May 2 at 1 o'clock ...
Freehold estate in FIELDGATE ST, Whitechapel, comprising a spacious sugar refinery partly
erected within a few years, and consisting of 3 buildings of basement and 6 and 7 floors
respectively, a dwelling house, offices, saleroom, gatekeeper's apartment, yard, steam
engine house, chimney, panman's cottage.
In the occupation of Mr Hodge sugar refiner who owns all the plant and machinery,
but whose lease for 12½ yrs ran out on Lady Day 1866.
(The Times, 28 April 1866)
i. Failure through bankruptcy of Messrs Fincken & Co, sugar refiners, of ST PHILLIP'S MARSH, a comparatively new firm of only a few years. Liabilities of
£16,000, plant etc will cover it.
ii. Auction .... 7 steam engines, 4 boilers, 9 centrifugal machines, 3 vacuum pans, 10 charcoal cisterns, steam box, water tanks, 1000 bastard moulds,
pug mills and shafting, steam and water pipes, valves and cocks throughout, charcoal wagons and carts, lathes, tools, other articles. Buildings and
machinery nearly new, £10,000. Lease 28yrs at rent of £200pa of which £80 is underlet to tenants. 110 tons of refiners charcoal. Small outlay
would enable works to turn out 100 tons per week. Premises are waterside and newly erected.
(Bristol Times & Mirror, 21 April 1866 & 4 August 1866 [BRO 36772 Box 7])
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey by auction on the premises at 9 BOOTH ST, Spitalfields, London, on Wednesday Jan 9 at 12 o'clock ...
The plant, machinery and utensils of the Glucose Sugar and Colouring Company including a copper vacuum pan 7' dia 5' deep, a cast
iron evaporation pan 7' dia 7' deep, wrought iron charcoal filter 6' dia 12' deep, a 30
horse power steam engine, 2 double-lined Cornish boilers 7' dia 20' long, and much more.
(The Times, 5 Jan 1867)
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey by auction on the premises at FINCH ST, Whitechapel, London, on March 28 at 1 o'clock ...
The plant, machinery and utensils of a sugar refinery including a 13 horse power
high-pressure beam engine by Shears, a 6 horse power vertical steam engine, a double-flue
Cornish boiler 7' dia 26' long by Mills, a single-flue Cornish boiler, a pair of 36"
centrifugal machines by Manlove & Alliott, a 24" centrifugal machine, one copper-jacketted
pan, a cast iron scum pan, and more.
(The Times, 16 Mar 1867)
[possibly Henry Holmear, no.13]
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey by auction at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London, on Wednesday July 31 ...
Freehold premises of about 22,000 sq ft fronting both GT ALIE ST & SOMERSET ST, at
present a sugar refinery comprising a sugarhouse of 6 working floors, fill house and pan
room, strongly timbered and supported by iron columns, 2 stoves, sugar warehouse, retort
house, 2 chimneys, engine and boiler houses, yard, charcoal room, brewery, men's dwelling
house, detached offices, manager's residence, 3 dwelling houses at 28 & 29 Gt Alie St and
16 Somerset St, and a deep well giving a constant supply of pure water.
The plant and machinery for carrying on the business of sugar refining includes 4 copper
vacuum pans with heaters, 40 syrup and liquor cisterns, copper blow-up cistern, sugar
cutting machine, 2 crushing mills, pumps, 2 copper clearing pans, 6 copper filters, 7
charcoal cisterns, 50 horse power condensing steam engine, 4 double flue Cornish boilers,
4 steam engines, 4 tubular boilers, hogshead steamer, 9 charcoal retorts, and all fittings.
"The premises are well arranged as a sugar refinery, but the large area covered by the
property, and the scarcity of freehold land in so central a situation, lead to the
conclusion that, by the clearance of the site and the erection of warehouses or buildings
suited to the modern requirements of trade, a very profitable return for the investment of
capital would be ensured."
(The Times, 6 Jul 1867)
[Craven & Bowman ... I'm sure]
By Messrs Fuller & Horsey by auction on the premises at OSBORN ST, Whitechapel, London, on Monday 16 July at 1 o'clock ...
The plant and machinery of a sugar refinery including 3 Manlove & Alliott centrifugal
machines with steam engines, cast iron vacuum pan, new copper vacuum pan,
new copper surface condenser, new 240 bell cast iron filter, new Cornish steam boiler,
wrought iron double flue Cornish steam boiler, 2 single flue Cornish boilers, 6 horse
power beam engine, 9 charcoal cisterns, 28 syrup etc cisterns, steam hoist, pumps, wrought
iron scum boiler, Hart's 25cwt weighing machine, fan and blowing machine, and much more.
At the same time the leases of the premises consisting of refinery and warehouses to be sold.
(The Times, 17 Jul 1869)
[probably Dames & Son]
On Thursday, the sugar refinery etc belonging to the sequestrated estate of Messrs Anderson, Orr & Co, Greenock, were again exposed for sale in the Tontine Hotel at the upset price of £9000, but there being no offers the sale was again adjourned. Since this refinery was offered for sale a few months ago the upset price has been reduced to £7000.
(Glasgow Herald, 21 Oct 1869)
By Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Son & Co ...
Lot 1 ... A substantial brick built sugar house, fronting PENNINGTON ST, London, with loophole doors, having 7 floors
including the fill house, and a second sugar house of 9 floors, 2 stoves, steam engine house, 2 boiler houses, a building
adjoining, a lofty brick built circular chimney shaft, 3 dwelling houses (nos. 2, 3, 4 St George's St), sheds, and large
open yard with entrance gates. Occupies 20,000 feet. The sugar houses are fitted with modern and appropriate plant and
machinery calculated to produce about 100 tons of refined goods per week, including a copper jacketted vacuum pan
7ft dia 4ft 8in deep, 4 copper heaters, 28 copper, lead-lined and wrought iron syrup and liquor cisterns, 5 blow-up
cisterns with copper worms, 6 filters with gun metal bells, 7 charcoal cisterns, 2 pairs of Manlove & Allott centrifugal
machines, syrup and lift pumps, steam crane and pulling up machine, sugar shaving machine, 2 hogshead steamers, a 25
horsepower condensing steam engine, a horizontal steam engine, 4 double & single flue Cornish boilers, egg-end boiler,
hydraulic scum press, fittings, pipes, pots & moulds and the necessary utensils.
(The Times, 22 Jan 1870)
[probably J Goodhart & Son]
To be sold or leased, an extensive freehold sugar refinery in DENMARK ST, St George's in the East, London ...
The refinery in now in full work and capable of melting 400 tons of sugar per week. The
buildings, all erected recently, are 6 and 8 floors high, and cover a superficial area of
(The Times, 25 Nov 1870)
[Fredrick Parker, no.12]
Building Ground on the Craighall Rd, Port Dundas [Glasgow]
Upset price reduced to £1300 [from £1500]
There will be exposed for sale by public roup within the Faculty Hall, St George's Place, Glasgow, on Wenesday the 8th day of June 1870 at two o'clock in the afternoon ...
These two Lots of Ground, fronting the Craighall Road at Port Dundas, opposite the Sugar Refinery lately occupied by Messrs Murdoch & Doddrell, with the two self-contained Dwelling Houses thereon known as 'Ebenezer Field House' and 'Wester Common House' respectively.
The Ground contains in all 4869 square yards, or thereby, and a total Frontage to the said Road of 533 feet, or thereby. It is unrestricted for Building puposes and free of Feu-duty or Ground Rent.
(Glasgow Herald, 27 May 1870)
[Ebenezer Field House was the dwelling of George Whyatt, manager of the Sugar Refinery from 1858 to his death in 1864.]
Warehouses, Whitechapel, London, to be let or sold, extensive freehold and leasehold premises ...
situate in OSBORN ST, Whitechapel, having a frontage of 135 ft and area of 11,723 sq ft, and comprising a most
substantially erected warehouse of 4 floors with wrought iron girders, and supported on cast iron columns, the walls of
sufficient thickness to carry 3 additional floors if required, a lofty brick built warehouse with 2 stages, steam boiler
house in basement, a handsome octagonal chimney shaft 150 ft high, paved gateway entrance; a factory formerly a sugar
house of nine floors, steam engine house, dwelling houses, stores, offices, and yard.
(The Times, 10 Nov 1875)
[late Dames & Son]
These premises had been previously advertised as a fully equipped 2 house sugar refinery; the 4 floor house being freehold, the
9 floor house being leasehold at £250pa.
(The Times, 8 Nov 1873)
[late Dames & Son]
In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division ... In the matter of the estate of Charles Richard Dames deceased :
Hewett v Dames ... Extensive freehold sugar refinery in RUPERT ST & LAMBETH ST, Whitechapel, London, (with possession)
erected expressly as a sugar refinery but available for other manufacturing purposes. Two freehold public houses, and
leasehold property in Rupert St adjoining.
By Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Co by auction at the Mart on Friday 15 June 1877, in 4 lots ...
Lot 1 ... The valuable freehold sugar refinery recently in the occupation of Messrs C R & R Dames situate in Rupert
St & Lambeth St, having frontages onto both thoroughfares, and possessing a total area of about 10,041 sq ft. The
premises comprise a sugar house - a lofty and substantially brick built building (55ft by 54ft) of 10 floors and floor in
roof, well lighted by windows with iron sashes and cast iron columns, staircase & lift affording facilities for loading
and delivering goods on each storey. A brick built stove adjoining (31ft by 15ft) with racks and iron doors communicating
with each floor of the sugar house. A warehouse adjoining (45ft by 31ft) of 4 floors & basement. A brick built charcoal &
clearing house (53ft by 29ft) of 5 floors & basement, with loophole doors next the street and large gateway entrance,
men's room, engine house, a lofty circular brick built chimney shaft with octagonal base about 130ft high, manager's
dwelling house and offices, and spacious yard. The premises are fiited with modern centrifugal machinery capable of
melting 300 tons of sugar per week. It comprises 3 pairs of Manlove & Alliott's centrifugal machines, 2 copper vacuum
pans 7ft 6in and 8ft diameter, 2 crushing machines, 3 double flue Cornish steam boilers, etc.
Lot 2 ... Freehold public house, "The Crown" in Rupert St.
Lot 3 ... Freehold public house, "The White Hart", in Hooper Sq.
Lot 4 ... Leasehold property in Rupert St, comprising extensive stabling, cart sheds and yard, warehouses, and 3 dwelling
house (nos. 15, 16, 17 Rupert St) and premises in Johnson's Court.
(The Times, 19 May 1877)
By Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Co by auction at the Mart on Wednesday 23 Jan 1878 at 1 o'clock ...
A leasehold sugar refinery fitted with plant & machinery situate in CABLE ST, St George's East, London, having an area
of about 12,950sq ft. Comprises a brick built sugar refinery of 6 floors loft & basement, a brick building of 2 floors,
cooperage, lofty chimney stack, residence for manager, and large yard. The plant & machinery include a copper vacuum
pan , a cast iron vacuum pan, a copper blow-up cistern, 6 charcoal cisterns, cast iron boiling pan, 2
centrifugal machines & steam engine, 8 cast iron coolers, 6 filters, 22 wrought and cast iron syrup and blow up and fine
liquor cisterns, cold liquer back, steam pulling up engine, steam crane, double purchase crane, weighing machine, vacuum
pump, 8" force pump, a mixing vat with agitating apparatus & steam engine, oak heating vat, oak converter neutralizing
vat, pair double action steam force pumps, iron scum press, 10 horsepower horizontal steam engine, 14 horsepower high
pressure beam engine, 2 single flue Cornish boilers, and the necessary plant for carrying on the business. The lease is
for an unexpired term of 7½yrs at low rent of £210pa.
(The Times, 19 Jan 1878)
Sugar Refinery in Greenock for sale by private bargain ...
The proprietor of the sugar house situate in DALRYMPLE ST, SUGAR HOUSE LANE & CRAWFORD ST of Greenock, is willing to accept
private offers for the purchase of this refinery. The business has been successfully carried on for a long period, and the
house, which is well known, is of moderate size, is furnished with all modern appliances for refining, and is in excellent
working order. The premises are situate in the immediate vicinity of two principal harbours, and within a short distance
of the Glasgow & South-Western Railway Station. Further particulars may be obtained on application to Thomas King, Writer,
Watt Place, Greenock.
(The Times, 28 Jul 1879)
[previously Gibb Bros taken over by Adam Bros & MacEaclran??]
Renfrewshire ... Blair, Reid & Steele Ltd in liquidation ...
To be sold by public roup within the Faculty Hall, St George's Place, Glasgow on Wednesday 2 Nov 1881 at 1 o'clock, unless
previously disposed of by private bargain, Ingleston Sugar Refinery, Greenock, together with the goodwill of the
business and all the plant, machinery, and utensils, the property of the vendors, situate therein. The sugar house is
situate on the SHAWS WATER AQUEDUCT and is capable of refining 600 tons of raw sugar per week. The ground occupied by
the house extends to 11,000 sq yards on which there is no feu duty. Adjoining are the office, manager's house, laboratory,
on which there is a small feu duty. Upset price to ensure competition £27,500. The stock of charcoal, about 800 tons,
which is all in excellent working condition, will require to be taken over by the purchaser at a valuation.
(The Times, 17 Oct 1881)
Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Cassell are instructed by the executors of the late S B Hodge [died 1878] to sell by
auction during the present month (unless previously disposed of by private contract) at the Mart ...
*Lot 1 ... The valuable freehold property situate in FIELDGATE ST, Whitechapel, London, at present arranged as a sugar
refinery, but available for warehouses or manufacturing premises. The buildings are substantial and comprise; brick built
sugar house 67ft by 61ft of ground and 7 floors, warehouse brick built of 6 floors, cistern house, dwelling house, and
offices of 4 storeys and basement, sample room with gatekeeper's house over, manager's office, large stone paved yard
enclosed with pair of folding gates, lofty brick built chimney shaft, steam engine house, freehold dwelling house no.16
Fieldgate St containing 12 rooms and in the basement mess room for the men. Land on which chimney is erected on lease for
unexpired term of 200 yrs, and land for steam engine house for 246 yrs, both at peppercorn rents.
*Lot 2 ... The leasehold premises comprising a brick built charcoal house 60ft by 55ft with 2 floors over, smith's shop,
and gateway entrance, brick built stable and store with dwelling rooms over, stoke hole in rear and yard, and a brick
built dwelling house with 3 rooms with yard in rear. Held under leases for unexpired terms.
*And, on the premises July next ... the costly plant & machinery including a vacuum pan 10ft dia by 10ft deep with
4 copper worms, a vacuum pan 7ft dia by 8ft deep with copper worm, a vacuum pan 6ft 6in dia by 6ft deep with
copper worm, a vacuum pan 7ft dia by 7ft 6in deep, steam engine with 16in steam cylinder and 18in vacuum pump, a 30
horsepower low pressure condensing beam engine, a pair of 20in cast iron vacuum pumps all by Pontifex & Wood, 2 copper
jacketted liquor boiling pans, 3 copper heater pans, 2 cast iron heater pans, 13 cast iron filters with gun metal bells,
5 pairs 36in centrifugal machines with steam engines, 1 single centrifugal machine with steam engine and a pair of 42in
centrifugal machines with a pair of engines all by Manlove & Alliott, range of 4 copper refrigerators by Pontifex & Wood,
a range of 3 copper refrigerators, cast iron receiver and condenser, 2 circular blow-up cisterns with copper coils by
Pontifex & Wood, 2 pulling up machines, 2 steam warehouse cranes, 2 single purchase steam cranes, 46 copper & iron liquor
cisterns, 3 cast iron liquor backs, 21 wrought iron charcoal cisterns, two 5 horsepower steam engines, 4 double and single
flue Cornish steam boilers, Green's economizer, set of 3 throw plunger pumps, range of 4 pairs of charcoal burning kilns
with coolers, double purchase crab, 6 bag washing cisterns, 2 scum presses, several tons of wrought iron girders, several
thousand feet of copper & iron steam and liquor pipes, gas fittings, 860 bastard & titler moulds, Hart's weighing machines
scales and weights, filter bags, stores, office furniture etc and numerous other effects.
(The Times, 1 Jul 1882)
[previously Friend & Boden]
Greenock - Sale of Sugar Refinery ...
The Orchard Sugar Refinery, Ingleston St, belonging to the Orchard Sugar Refining Co, was yesterday afternoon exposed for sale in the Tontine Hotel, the upset price being £18,000. There was a spirited competition. Mr R Orkney (of Messrs R & S Neill, Clerk & Orkney, writers), on behalf of Mr Andrew Stewart, sugar refiner, offered the upset price. Mr Walter Thorburn, sugar refiner, advanced £20, and thereafter the bid went up until £24,100 was reached, at which figure the refinery was knocked down to Mr Orkney. The ground extends to over 2 acres, with a frontage of 215 ft to Ingleston St. The building and machinery are in good order, and the plant capable of producing 450 tons of refined sugar per week. The feu-duty is £118 4s per annum.
(Glasgow Herald 21 Sep 1889)
Messrs Fuller, Horsey Sons & Cassell are instructed by the trustees to sell by auction at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, on Thursday May 30, at two precisely, a valuable freehold property consisting of a sugar refinery, situate at the corner of Hanbury Street and Deal Street, Whitechapel, and having a ground area of about 19,600 square feet. The buildings are most substantial, and some of them have been recently erected.
The premises comprise a brick built sugarhouse 88ft by 55ft of six floors and basement, with slated roof, cast iron tank over part of same, engine house, boiler house with tiled roof, smith's shop, lofty circular chimney shaft 140ft high, two charcoal tank houses, charcoal house, lofty warehouse or second charcoal house of ground floor only with walls sufficiently strong to hold extra floors if desired; new warehouse at the corner Hanbury Street and Deal Street, 96ft by 47 ft, with cast iron tank forming roof of ground floor, three floors over, and basement, with sliding iron doors to both streets, sample room and offices.
The refinery is fitted with costly and modern plant and machinery capable of refining 600 tons of sugar per week, and includes two copper vacuum pans, 10ft diameter, three cast iron blow up pans, 9ft diameter, 14 centrifugal machines by Manlove, twelve bag filters, 19 charcoal filters, 55 iron and lead lined syrup and liquer tanks, hogshead steamer, hoisting engines, two hand cranes, 50 horsepower beam engine, eight engines various, nine syrup and liquer pumps, six Lancashire boilers, 7ft diameter, five Buchanan's charcoal reburning kilns, 7in screw cutting lathe, drilling machine, two fans, shafting, etc.
Possession will be given on completion of the purchase. May be viewed by orders only, to be obtained at the Auctioneers offices, and printed particulars and plans had of Messrs W A Crump and Son solicitors ...
(London Standard 7, 14 May 1889)
[property of Thomas Burns Dakin]
Sale of all plant, refining machinery, tools and utensils on 18-19 March 1890.
(Liverpool Mercury 8, 15 Mar 1890, London Standard 19 March 1890)
Sale of building materials at the sugar refinery, 157 Hanbury Street.
(London Standard 7, 13, 14 May 1890)
Sale of warehouse.
(London Standard 7, 21 Nov 1891)
[The site was purchased by the London School Board, and Deal Street School was built.]
Opening of Deal Street School to accommodate 1200 pupils ... with the playground on the roof !! [image]
(London Standard 11 Feb 1896)
Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Cassell are instructed to sell by auction, in lots, on the above premises, on Monday July 27th and following days, at 12 o'clock precisely each day...
The plant, machinery, loose tools and utensils, comprising five copper vacuum pans from 7ft 9in to 10ft diameter, four copper surface condensers, 10 blow up cisterns, 32 wrought iron charcoal cisterns (6ft diameter, 15ft deep), 25 cast and wrought iron tanks and cisterns, 57 bag filters, two pairs crushing rolls, 19 pairs centrifugal machines from 36in to 60in diameter with engines by Manlove and Alliott, 15 beam vertical and horizontal engines from eight to 33 horsepower, eight pair vacuum pumps, 15 sets gunmetal pumps, six donkey engines by Appleby Brothers, 12 horsepower Otto gas engine by Crossley, 10 steam cranes and lifts, 12 Cornish multitubular and vertical boilers by Fraser and Fraser and Hodge and Sons, 15 pairs charcoal reburning cylinders, planing machine, two drilling machines, two lathes, five fans, smiths' and engineers' tools, weighbridge by Hart, two Hart's weighing machines, also loaf sugar sawing and chopping machinery by Waygood, cast and wrought iron, copper, lead, and other piping, gunmetal valves and cocks, charcoal and sugar trucks, and other effects. May be viewed four days preceding, and catalogues had on the premises, and of the Auctioneers, No.11 Billiter Square, E.C.
Note the extensive premises, mostly fireproof, with steam power, to be let, at a very moderate rent.
(The Times 18 July 1891
[property of John Schwartz]
Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Cassell are instructed by Messrs David Martineau & Sons Ltd (who are concentrating
their business Clyde Wharf, Victoria Docks, London) to sell by auction in lots on the premises at 6 CHRISTIAN ST, London, on
Tuesday 12 July 1892 at noon ...
The surplus plant and machinery including 2 copper vacuum pans with condensers, 8 blow-up cisterns, 21 centrifugal
machines, elevator, tramways, 5 pug mills, 22 bag filters, 3 scum filters, 4 receivers, 69 cisterns & tanks, copper
refrigerator, water-softening apparatus, loaf-sugar pressing machine, montejus filter press & air pump, 2 agitating
tanks, Kortling's blower, 5 steam lifts & hoists, 10 lead lined cisterns, sulphur plant, 8 charcoal reburning kilns,
20 charcoal wagons, 29 charcoal cisterns, 5 Wilson's gas producers, 4 Lancashire boilers, 2 Root's water-tube boilers,
2 pumping engines, 20 horsepower beam engine & pair of vacuum pumps, 10 horsepower beam engine & pair of gun metal air
pumps, 16 horsepower horizontal engine, 2 auxilliary beams & pair of vacuum pumps, pair horizontal engines, 4 other
engines, 5 gun metal pumps, iron bridge, the iron fittings of 6 drying stoves, 10 ton Hart's weighbridge, 18,000 iron
(The Times, 9 Jul 1892)
Fuller, Horsey & Co - Leasehold, Duncan's Sugar Refinery, Rawcliffe, near Goole, Yorkshire; on the premises, at 12.30.
Fuller, Horsey & Co - Sugar refiner's plant and machinery; at Duncan's Sugar Refinery, Rawcliffe, nr Goole, Yorkshire, at 12.30.
(London Standard, 17 Oct 1893)
Greenock - Sale of Sugar Refinery ...
At Ballantyne & Rowan's Sugar Refinery, DELLINGBURN STREET, Greenock; complete plant of sugar refinery in splendid condition: vacuum pans, engines, boilers, filters, hydro-extractors, steam traps, pipes, valves, etc. Apply Wm Kerr & Co, Machinery Merchants, Stevenston, or Refinery, Greenock.
(Glasgow Herald 28 Oct 1895)
By Messrs Fuller, Horsey, Sons & Cassell on 20 April 1909 ...
Lot 1 ... Freehold lands & buildings at Bristol, situate in [OLD] MARKET ST with frontage thereto 167ft, parallel frontage to Jacob
St 198ft, nearly rectangular ground area about 4,130 sq yds. Lately in the occupation of The Bristol Sugar Refinery.
The property is centrally situate, and the buildings are adaptable to other trade purposes. Independent & abundant supply
Lot 2 ... Freehold warehouse & land in Unity St with frontage thereto 131ft, frontage to Jacob St 167ft, total area 2,770
sq yds. The buildings include very substantial brick built sugar warehouse, boiler house, chimney shaft, and 2 rows of
Both lots to be sold with possession.
... And the sugar refining plant & machinery at [Old] Market St, Bristol, including 5 copper vacuum pans, air &
vacuum pumps, copper melting pans, copper steel & iron tanks, copper boiling pans, receivers, shoots, several miles of
copper lead steel and other piping, water softening & purifying apparatus, blow up cisterns, bag filters, gun metal pumps,
hydraulic pumps & presses, sugar mixers, Newhall's sugar dryer, bench of five 48in Watson & Laidlaw turbine driven hydro
extractors, 5 steam driven hydro extractors, iron charcoal cisterns, kilns & coolers, disintegrators, hoists, lifts &
cranes, elevators & conveyors, millwright's tools, lathes, saw benches, steam engines, Lancashire boilers, economizers,
Worthington, deep-well & other pumps, several hundred tons of plates, etc.
(The Times, 20 Mar 1909)
London Docks - Valuable and very extensive freehold warehouse premises well known as St George's Warehouses, St George St,
occupying an island site abutting on ST GEORGE'S ST, VIRGINIA ST, PENNINGTON ST and BREEZERS HILL, covering a ground area of
upwards of 28,000 sg ft, let until Michaelmas next when possession can be had. - Messrs Debenham, Tewson, Richardson & Co.
(The Times, 7 Jun 1913)
[previously Hall & Boyd]
Further evidence of SALES gratefully accepted ... Thank you.