Devonshire. To be Sold by Auction, On Tuesday the 21st Day of October next, At four O'Clock in the Afternoon, At the London Inn, Exeter, In one or two Lots, to be determined at the Sale, All that part of the Manor of Drewsteignton, commonly called the Holt lands; Together with the High Rents, Royalties, and Privileges belonging to the Whole Manor of Drewsteignton, And the Advowson, or perpetual right of Presentation (after the next Presentation) to the Rectory of Drewsteignton, which is esteemed one of the most valuable Rectories in the West of England, Pleasantly situated about Ten Miles West of the City of Exeter. The Glebe Land belonging and adjoining to the Parsonage, is upwards of Four Hundred and Fifty Acres. The Manor contains upwards of 700 Acres of Land, divided into small Farms, held by several Tenants for Terms, determinable on the Deaths of One, Two, and Three Lives. This Estate is very compact, and covered almost with fine young Timber. N. B. Mr. William Ponsford, of East Ford, will shew the lands; and for further particulars, apply to Mr. T. Rashleigh, Hatton-Street, London; Mr. Grigg, Bookseller, Exeter; or Mr. C. Rashleigh, St. Austell, Cornwall. Dated Aug. 23, 1783.