NEW GLOBE INN, YORKERSGATE, MALTON
TO BE LET, and Entered upon at Lady Day next, 1853, the above Old Established and well known INN, with about 25 Acres of LAND, occupied by Mr. John Lund for several years past, who is desirous of retiring from the same, having taken a Farm in the neighbourhood.
For further particulars application may be made to J. LUND, or to Mr. ALLEN, at the Lodge, Malton.
18th March 1853.
York Herald, 19 March 1853
CROSS KEYS INN, MALTON.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,
OR, TO BE LET
ALL that Old-Established and Well-Accustomed INN, known by the Sign of the CROSS KEYS, with the Brewhouse, Stable, and other Outbuildings adjoining, eligibly situate in Wheelgate, in the borough of MALTON and occupied by Mrs. Rutter, the owner, whose late Husband and herself have occupied the same for the last 36 Years… … …
Yorkshire Gazette, 7 January 1837
MALTON & HUTTONS AMBO
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
BY MESSRS BOULTON & SON
On tHURSDAY, the 16th Day of April, 1857, at THREE o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one Lot, at the TALBOT HOTEL, New Malton.
ALL that Well Built MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, used as an Inn or Public House, and called or known by the name of the "Cross Keys" Inn, with the Stables and Out-Buildings, Yard and Garth, thereto belonging, situate in a certain Street called WHEELGATE, in Malton aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mrs. STACEY, as Yearly Tenant.
And also all that … …
The Inn is well situated in a central position in the market Town of Malton in a clean and dry situation - has an extensive frontage to the Town Street - has been used as an Inn for many years, and is well accustomed. The Land Tax, 10s a year, has not been redeemed.
Further particulars may be obtained on application to Mr. EDWARD ROSE, Wine Merchant, Malton, Mrs. BARKER, the Talbot Hotel, Malton; or of Messrs. WALKER & SON, Solicitors, Malton.
Yorkshire Gazette, 10 April 1857
TO BE LET
And Entered upon at LADY DAY next,
THE WHITE HORSE INN, in YORKERSGATE, MALTON with upwards of Thirty Acres of LAND, no win the occupation of Mr. THOS. VICKERMAN …..
Yorkshire Gazette, 2 March 1850
JOHN WILSON, late of the Sun Inn, Wheelgate, Malton, sincerely thanks his Friends and the Public, for the liberal and kind support he has received during period of ten years; and begs to inform them, that he has REMOVED TO THE ADJOINING HOUSE, THE ROSE AND CROWN INN, lately known by the Sign of the Ship, where he hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of their favours.
The Rose and Crown Inn has lately been re-built, and is replete with every accommodation.
MALTON, May 3, 1827
York Herald, 5 May 1827
SUN INN, MALTON
THOMAS SWABY, most respectfully begs leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public in general, that he has TAKEN and entered upon the above commodious and old-established TRAVELLERS' INN (lately occupied by Mr. John Wilson), and hopes, by strict attention to the accommodation of his Customers, to merit the patronage and support which have hitherto been so liberally shown to the House. T.S. begs to observe, that he has entirely refitted the house with new Beds, Furniture, &c., and has laid in a choice Stock of Old Wines & Spirits.
MALTON, May 17, 1827
York Herald, 19 May 1827