Derby Mercury, May 24, 1854, Issue 3266.
BY MR. G. WHITE.
VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY.
|Lot||1||A close of pasture land called carrows.||4||0||0|
|2||Two closes of meadow land called The Stocker and New Close.||3||0||22|
|3||A close of meadow land called the Red Marsh.||0||2||34|
|4||A close of meadow land called the Goslings.||3||1||27|
|5||A close of meadow land called the Flats.||2||0||27|
|6||A close of meadow land called the Moors.||4||2||13|
The whole of the above Lands are well timbered and watered, and of exceeding rich quality, situate in and close to the village of Shirley, in the county of Derby, now in the occupation of Mr. Rix.
Immediate possession may be had.
All or any part of the purchase money may remain on security if required.
For further particulars, apply to Mr. Rix, Shirley; or Mr. TOMLINSON, Solicitor, Ashborne.
Ashborne, 8th May, 1854.
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