Kentish Gazette, 23 & 27 Mar 1804

"Frehold [sic] Estate,
For Sale by Private Contract,
All those valuable and extensive Livery Stables, &c. comprising stabling for forty horses, coach-houses for twelve carriages, granary, large yard, well of water and appurtenances; situate, lying and being in the ville of Ramsgate, in Thanet, in Kent; now in the possession of Mr. Sackett, as tenant at will.
The above premises are in excellent repair, and have been for many years past used with the King's Head Inn.
Also a small Cottage, with the appurtenances, nearly adjoining the above, and wherein the Ostler dwells.
N.B. The Land-tax is redeemed.
For particulars apply to Mess. Dyason and Son, Ramsgate.