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Derby Mercury - 23 March 1797 (Document)

And entered upon Lady-day next,
A neat dwelling HOUSE, situate at Shirley, near Ashborne, in the County of Derby, consisting of house, parlour, 2 chambers, a large garret, a very good cellar and kitchen if required, a good garden well planted with choice fruit trees, with all necessary outbuildings; likewise, good leg for a cow or two, if required.
Also to be sold by auction on the same premises, on the 30th inst., all the household furniture.
For further particulars inquire of THOMAS AMES, who will shew the same.

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