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Derby Mercury 22 Jan 1862

MR. BROWNSON, AUCTIONEER and VALUER, begs most respectfully to announce to his numerous Patrons, Friends, and the Public generally, that he has been honoured with instructions from Mr. H. SHELDON, to DISPOSE OF by PUBLIC COMPETITION, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of January, 1862, the entire of his Valuable choice and well selected LIVE FARMING STOCK, Comprising, in part, 19 very superior first-class Short- horned Incalf Dairy Cows, principally on early note; seven fresh barren cows, five capital incalved heifers, seven excellent incalf stirks, three ditto ditto, seven superior barren stirks, two short-horned bull stirks, two yearling cow calves, 30 prime wether hogs, two Leicester ram lambs, one fat pig, three store pigs, store geese and gander; powerful dark brown cart mare, rising 5 years old, quiet and steady; capital dark brown cart filly, rising 3 years old, remarkably steady, and a good worker; beautiful dark bay horse, rising 4 years old, broken to saddle or harness, quiet, steady, and fast, very suitable for a carriage horse; dark bay half-legged filly, rising 2 years old, very promising. Stack of well-harvested Beans, standing in a field near to Mr. Wright's blacksmith shop, Hollington.
P.S. The Winter Eating, over the Pasture Land, until 24th March, 1862.
N.B. For further particulars see Catalogues, which may be had on application to the AUCTIONEER, Ashborne and Parwich, or from the ADVERTISER Office, Derby. Ashborne and Parwich, January 9th, 1862.

"Advertisements & Notices." Derby Mercury 22 Jan. 1862. 19th Century British Newspapers. Web. 18 Apr. 2016.
Gale Document Number: GALE|BA3200028850

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