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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 7 March 1856

SHIRLEY COMMON NEAR BRAILSFORD,
IN THE COUNTY OF DERBY.
TO COACH-MAKERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, CARPENTERS AND OTHERS
EXTENSIVE SALE OF WELL-SEASONED TIMBER,
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By MR. HOBSON
On the premises of Mr. Henry Thomas Chadfield (who is declining the timber trade), on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 19th and 20th days of March,1856. Sale to commence each morning at eleven o'clock.
THIS SALE comprises upwards of five hundred lots, amongst which are three hundred and twenty-four trine of coach, cart, and other felloes, large quantity of spokes, naiths, shafts, axle-trees; plough beams, heads, stilts, and tails; oak and ash planking, spruce, larch, oak, and ash boards, oak and elm coffin ditto, harrow-bulls, barrow sides, oak and ash scantling, cross trees; gate backs, heads, and bars; new oak and larch gates, fleaks, gate-posts, slabs, cordwood, fencing rails and posts, waggon and cart blades, ladder and waggon staves, two oak land-rollers, four-and-a-half-inch wheel timber drug, truckling chains, two whip saws, joiners work bench, &c., &c.

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