Northampton Mercury, 22nd September 1849
Rushden, near Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire
THE whole of the valuable LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Brewing and Dairy Vessels, and Effects,
WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION
By THOS. REVIS
At Rushden Home Farm, on Monday, October 1, 1849
Comprising 112 superior Leicester tupping ewes and theaves, 72 lambs, 18 fresh sheerlings, two good long-woolled tups, three down-calving cows, two down-calving cows, in full profit; three in-calf heifers, four good home-bred steers, three years old; one good home-bred steer, four years old; two sturks, one weaning calf, eight very useful draught horses and mares, bay mare, three years old; useful hackney, draught-horse foal, sow, down-pigging; sows and 11 pigs, 4 strong steers, 30 fowls, and superior wagon, on metal springs; three dung carts, with covers complete; neat family Sociable, with cushions complete; a neat Gig, two sets of harness. Five sets of trade and three of [thill] harness, compact turnip drill (by Howard); rick cloth, 60 yards by 8; sheep netting, long and short ladders, nearly new; dressing machine, field roll, long scuffler (by Ward) with extra shares; three sets of harrows, three iron ploughs (by Howard); patent turnip cutter, six dozen hurdles, nine sheep cribs, oak trees, six ash trees, two chaff-boxes, gate-posts, horse and cow cribs, set of draining tools, milk leads, churn, ki...s, pails, mash-set, coolers, tubs, &c., forks, rakes, drags, ...s, and numerous other effects.
Catalogues may be had at the principal Inns in the neighbourhood, place of sale, and Auctioneer’s, Olney.
Sale to commence at Eleven o’clock.