Derby Mercury, November 2, 1870
SHIRLEY LODGE, NEAR ASHBOURNE.Mr. BROWNSON begs most respectfully to announce to his friends and the public that he has been honoured with instructions from the Executor of Mr. Charles Walker, to DISPOSE OF by PUBLIC COMPETITION, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of November, the whole of his valuable LIVESTOCK, CARRIAGES &c., comprising, in part, 25 incalf dairy cows, 8 incalf heifers, 7 incalf and barren stirks, 10 good cow calves, roan bull calf, flock of Leicester sheep, shearling ram, powerful cart mare, brown cart horse, rising 5 years, suitable for a dray horse; 6 prime ripe fat pigs, 6 good store ditto, about 30 couples barn door fowls.
Parwich, 31st October, 1870.
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