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  On Tuesday 6th May 1806, the Estate, comprising the Manor of Fring, abounding with game, with the Quit Rents, Fines and Tolls of the Fairs, 1,506 Acres of Fertile Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land, lying entirely within a ring fence, a Dwelling House called Fring Hall, a Public House and sundry Cottages, were to be Sold by Auction at Garraways Coffee-House, Change Alley, Cornhill, London.
Also included were the Parsonage of Fring with Farm-house, Barn, Stabling and the Great and Small Tythes of the Township, containing 1,680 Acres of Glebe held by the Dean and Chapter of Norwich at a small Quit Rent.
The whole of the Premises in occupation of Mr. John Whiting on a lease expiring Michaelmas 1809, at the very low rent of only £1,100 per annum.
(About £70,000 pa in 2018 value according to one on-line calculator)