Kentish Gazette, Canterbury, Kent, 28 Jun 1808
KING'S HEAD HOTEL, RAMSGATE.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
ON THE PREMISES,
On Monday the 1st of August next, at twelve o'clock, (by order of the Trustees of the will of the late PAUL SACKETT, deceased,)
Three undivided Fourth Parts of and in
All that well Established and Valuable
Called the KING'S HEAD, situate in Harbour-street, Ramsgate, and fronting the Pier, late in the occupation of the said Paul Sackett, deceased, the proprietor, and now of his widow.
Possession to be given on 1st December.
The extremely cheerful situation of these Premises, their excellent view of the Shipping and contiguity to the Harbour, and also their having long been the principal Hotel in Ramsgate, render them capable by good management of being made a most profitable concern.
A ground Plan of the Premises may be seen, and all necessary particulars had, after the 1st July, at
Mr. BOYS's Office, Margate
N.B. If any liberal offer be made for a treaty by Private Contract, it will be immediately communicated to the Trustees.
Kentish Gazette, Canterbury, Kent, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26 Jul 1808
"TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
By order of the Trustees for sale, under the will of the late Mr. Paul Sackett, of Ramsgate,
At the KING'S HEAD INN, Ramsgate, on Monday the first day of August next, about twelve o'clock at noon, in seven lots,
The several undivided Parts following of the undermentioned
Lot 1. Three undivided Fourth Parts of the OLD KING'S HEAD INN, on the south side of Harbour-street, Ramsgate, next the harbour, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Hannah Sackett, widow.
Lot 2. One Fourth Part of Three undivided Fourth Parts of a MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, situate in Harbour-street, Ramsgate, and now in the occupation of Mr. Edward Friend.
Lot 3. One undivided Eighth Part of GEORGE HILL FARM, containing about one hundred acres, in the parish of St. Peter the Apostle, in the Isle of Thanet, now in the occupation of Mr. John Benson, under a lease for twenty-one years, which will expire at Michaelmas, 1809, at the yearly rent of 85£.
Lot 4. One undivided Eighth Part of NORTHWOOD FARM, containg about eighty-two acres, in the parish of St. Lawrence, in the Isle of Thanet, now in the occupation of Mr. Jeremiah Sackett, under a Lease for twenty-one years, which expires at Michaelmas, 1809, at the yearly rent of 82£.
Lot 5. One undivided Fourth Part of a Messuage and Boat-builder's Shop, in Paradise-street, near Neptune-Square, Margate, in the several occupations of Mrs. Elizabeth McAdams, widow, and of Messrs. Thomas Hurst and John Solly.
Lot 6. One undivided Fourth Part of THREE MESSUAGES and a KITCHEN, in Cold-Harbour, Margate, in the several occupations of Messrs. George Doughty, George Robason, Thomas Stroud, and Robert Palmer.
Lot 7. One undivided Fourth Part, and one Fourth Part of another undivided Fourth Part of the northern-most Half Part of a MESSUAGE in Church-field, Margate, in the occupation of Messrs. Amadis and Edward Surflen, poulterers.
The several Shares in the Estates in Margate, are subject to the Life Interest therein of a Widow Lady of the age of 60 years, or thereabouts.
Possession of the Old King's-Head may be had on the first day of December.
For particulars apply to Mr. DANIEL, Solicitor, Ramsgate; or to Mr. BOYS, Solicitor, Margate, who has a plan of the estates.
All persons having any demands on the estate of the late Mr. PAUL SACKETT, or on Mrs SACKETT his widow, are requested to send their accounts forthwith to Mr. Daniel or Mr. Boys."