1875 saw the Brewery, Brewery house and the now 34 public houses, once again offered for sale. An auction sale notice copied for me by Mr Peter Cooper, states as follows:-
Particulars and Conditions of Sale
THE NEWPORT PAGNELL BREWERY,
for many years past successfully conducted by Messrs. Rogers & Co.
IN CONNECTION THEREWITH IS
A GOOD FAMILY RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS
STABLING AND OTHER PREMISES;
4 MALTHOUSES, wetting together 40 Qrs.,
34 PUBLIC AND BEER HOUSES,
Nine being situate in NEWPORT PAGNELL, and the remainder at BEDFORD, BRADWELL, and the neighbouring Towns and Villages in the counties of Bucks, Beds, and Northampton.
The HOME PREMISES and 25 of the Public houses are of Freehold Tenure,
the whole being in good repair and respectably tenanted, and will be sold, with the exception of
the North western Hotel, at Wolverton, in one Lot, offering
AN INVESTMENT RARELY BROUGHT INTO THE OPEN MARKET,
It then goes on to say a separate lot will include the valuable freehold property of the North Western hotel at Wolverton, and that the auction will be held by Mr Alfred Thomas at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London, on Monday 8th February 1875, at 1 o'clock precisely.