Article in the Leeds Intelligencer with a sketch of the
Manor, donated by Anne Copeland nee Watkinson
"To Be Lett
Pleasantly Situated In Upper Yeadon, In The Parish Of
Guiseley, In The County Of York
All that Messuage or Dwelling House known by
the name of Yeadon Hall, consisting of Six Large rooms upon the first floor,
with Chambers over and Two Large cellars with a Barn, Stables, Chaise-House,
Graineries, Dove-Coat, Gardens &c adjoining the same.
Also with Shops and
Warehouses (if necessary) suitable for a Woolstapler or Manufacturer and any
quantity of Land to the extent of twenty seven days work.
The above Premises will be Lett on Lease
for the term of Five, Seven or Eleven years and may be entered upon at
Pleasure, are situated in a fine sporting country near the several Market Towns
of Leeds, Bradford and Otley and are very likely to suit either a Gentleman or
For particulars apply to Mr Richard
Clayton , the owner, upon the Premises".