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Northampton Mercury 2nd March 1805

Freehold Farm
At Newton Bromshold

To be Sold by Auction
By Mr. Smith

At the Green Dragon Inn, in Higham Ferrers, in the County of Northampton, on Friday the 15th Day of March 1805, at Four in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given.

All that convenient and substantial FARMHOUSE, BARND, STABLES, COW-HOUSE, and other suitable OFFICES, in excellent Repair; together with 173A. 3R. 33P. Statute Measure, of ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, divided into the following Closes:-

Old-inclosed Meadow Land, with Homestead
Dairy Close, laid down to Grass about four Years 
Five Closes of Arable Land, 17A. 3R. 19P. Each
Sheep Pasture

of which 150A. 1R. 33P. with the Buildings, are in the Parish of Newton Bromshold, in the said County of Northampton; and 23A. 2R. 0P. In the adjoining Parish of Higham Ferrers aforesaid.—The Inclosure took Place about five Years since: the Fences are in flourishing Condition, and contracted to be brought up by respective Persons.—The Whole is Tythe-free, and in the Possession of Mr. Jonathan Sanders, under Leases at a low Rent, determinable at Michaelmas; if the Estate should be sold, on six Months’ Notice.

The Lease and Plan of the Estate may be seen at the Office of Messrs. Hodson, Solicitors, Wellingborough; and to treat for the Purchase, previous to the 15th of March, address, by Letter, to I. A. B. Post-Office, Warrington, Lancashire.

Wellingborough News, 21st November 1902, transcribed by Kay Collins

Newton Bromshold and Rushden.

H. H. BLETSOE is favoured with instructions from the
Trustee of the late Herbert Sartoris, Esq., to
Sell By Auction, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1902:

(106 Ash, 77 Elm, and 3 Oak),
many of which are of good dimensions, now standing blazed and numbered upon land in the occupation of Mr. James Harris, Mr. W. W. Smith, and Mr. O. E. Knight.

A Brake will meet the train arriving at Higham Ferrers Station from Peterborough at 9.12, and the train arriving at Rushden Station from Wellingborough, etc., at 10.19.

Sale to commence in Field opposite Mr. James Harris' house, Newton Bromshold, at Eleven o'clock.

Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneer.

Rushden Echo, 23rd February 1923, transcribed by Kay Collins


Newton Bromshold, Northamptonshire.

To be Let with Immediate Possession

Desirable Country Residence

known as “College House”, containing 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath room, excellent offices, stabling, garage and outbuildings, good kitchen and pleasure gardens, orchard (paddock if required); open fireplaces and radiator heating throughout; good sanitation and water; within easy reach of 4 packs of hounds.—Apply,

J Pendered & Son Ltd.
Estate Agents, Wellingborough.

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