17th and 18th Century Newspapers collection
London Evening Post
Press Cutting: Sale of the Manor or Lordship of Ewyas Lacy on the part of John Jeffreys
Advertisement dated March 4th 1760 of the sale of the Manor or Lordship of Ewyas Lacy on the part of John Jeffreys, and all his estates lying within the parishes of Clodock, Michaelchurch Escley, St Margarets, Rowlestone and Walterstone. The property is put up at a price of £10,000 and includes the chief rents and heriots to 240 freehold tenements as well as rents from properties under leases for lives or leases for 1,000 years granted in the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Click here for a paper describing the various sales of the Manor of Ewyas Lacy between the sixteenth and Twentieth centuries, together with links to other related material on the Ewyas Lacy Study Group website.