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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 8 August 1890 (Document)

BY MR. J SINFIELD,
SHIRLEY NEAR ASHBORNE,
Mr. JOS. SINFIELD has received instructions from Mr. Joseph Jackson, to SELL by AUCTION, on Thursday, August 14th, 1890, the FURNITURE and EFFECTS on the premises above. Also a Rick of old MEADOW HAY. The furniture comprises— Mahogany tables, cane seated chairs, easy chairs, large gilt mirror, weather glass, fine old oak carved chest, do. plain, panel back oak chairs, antique oak dressing table, carved single chair, horse hair covered sofa, two old Crown Derby mugs, one old jug, one pint mug, pair quart decanters, wine and other glasses, dishes and jugs. In bedroom: birch tudor bedstead with hangings, straw palliasses, wool mattrass, excellent feather bed, enclosed washstand and dressing table, toilet ware, toilet glass, carpets, &c.
Numerous other items for which see posters.
Sale to commence at one o'clock.

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