Derby Mercury, November 22, 1804, Issue 3789. (Document)
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION;
By Mr. KIRK,
ALL the Living and Dead FARMING STOCK, consisting of 5 Incalved Cows, 1 Barren Cow, 3 fat Pigs, 1 Rick of New Hay about 12 Tons, 1 Piece of Old ditto about 3 Tons, a quantity of Straw, Implements of Husbandry, &c. &c. Also the household goods consisting of Excellent Mahogany Wardrobe; Mahogany Dining Tables, Mahogany Chairs, Mahogany Pembroke Table, and Excellent 8-days Clock by Butler with Mahogany Cafe, one ditto by Ashton with Oak Cafe, and 1 30-hours Clock, with other useful Furniture and Kitchen Requisites &c. &c.
Catalogues may be had 6 days preceding the Sale at the Black's-Head Inn, Ashbourne; Saracen's Head Inn, Brailsford; Mr. Redshaw's, at Longford Inn; Mr. Wm. Keen's, of Smisby; upon the Premises; and of Mr. Kirk, the Auctioneer, Queen Street Derby;
Derby, Nov. 13, 1804
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