Derby Mercury, December 2, 1874 (Document)
WITH HOUSE, BUILDINGS, AND FOUR COTTAGES, SHIRLEY, DERBYSHIRE.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By Messrs. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, and OLIVER,
COMPACT ESTATE of excellent LAND near A the Village of Shirley aforesaid, in the occupation A of Mr. Humphrey Archer, viz.:—
|71||Far Do.(now in two)||Do. & Arable||6||2||31|
|Little Limed Hole Closes||Arable||1||3||28|
|68||Part near Hungerdale||Meadow||3||0||1|
The Lot is subject to a Tithe Rent Charge of £2 14s. 9d. per annum, and also to the payment of Rent in Charges amounting to £115s. Od., to the poor of Shirley and Yeaveley, and to the reparation of the Chancel of the Parish Church of Shirley.
All that excellent HOUSE with FARM BUILDINGS, and FOUR COTTAGES adjoining, situate in the village of Shirley aforesaid, with the Orchard, Homestead, and about Five Acres of Land adjoining, also in the occupation of Mr. Humphrey Archer.
|142||House, Cottages, and Buildings||0||3||23|
Particulars and conditions of Sale will be ready 10 days prior to the Sale, and may be had from the THE AUCTIONEERS, Wardwick, Derby; or at the Offices of Mr. JNO. MOODY, Solicitor, Bank Chambers, Derby
* No. on Parish Map
"Advertisements & Notices." Derby Mercury 2 Dec. 1874. 19th Century British Newspapers. Web. 17 Apr. 2016.
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