Northampton Mercury 2nd March 1805
To Creditors and Debtors
ALL Persons who have any Claims or Demands on the Estate and Effects of WILLIAM WARREN, late of Rushden, in the County of Northampton, Farmer and Cow-Dealer, deceased, are requested forthwith to send an Account thereof to John Smith and John Mason, both of Rushden aforesaid, the Executors of the said Deceased, in order that the same may be discharged; and all Persons who were Indebted to the said William Warren, at the Time of his Death, are desired immediately to pay their respective Debts to the said John Smith and John Mason, or they will be sued for the Recovery thereof without further Notice.
Rushden, 21st February 1805.
Northampton Mercury 23rd March 1805
To be SOLD by AUCTION
By Richard Smith
On the Premises, at Rushden, Northamptonshire, on Friday the 19th of March 1805.
THE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, and EFFECTS of Mr. WYLES CODGBROOKE (who is leaving his Farm); consisting of 56 Ewes, lambed and in-lamb; two useful Draught Horses; three in-calf Cows, and two yearling Calves; a capital Narrow-wheeled Waggon, three stout Dung Carts, and one Market Cart, Ploughs, Harrows, Field-Roll, Hurdles, Harness for five Horses, large Lead Horse-Trough, Cow and Sheep Cribs, Ladders, and some Barn Tackle; 30-Gallon Copper, sweet Casks, Tubs, and a Variety of other Effects.
The Sale to commence at Eleven o’Clock in the Forenoon.
Northampton Mercury, 23rd September 1809
To the Debtors and Creditors of George Judkin, late of Rushden, in the County of Northampton, Farmer.
Whereas the said George Judkin having assigned over all his personal Estate and Effects to Samuel Hilyard, of Scaldwell, Samuel Achurch, of Rushden, aforesaid; and Robert Judkin, of Barton Seagrave; in Trust for the Benefit of his Creditors:
Notice is hereby given, That the Deed of Assignment lies at the Office of Thomas Marshall, Solicitor, Kettering, for Signature, and all Persons indebted to the said Estate, are desired forthwith to pay their respective Debts to the said Trustees, or the said Thomas Marshall, without Delay.
By Order of the Trustees,
Thos. Marshall, Solicitor.
Kettering, Sept. 11th 1809. [In the same paper the sale of all farm animals, carts, and tackle, together with the household furniture were to be sold on the 26th/27th September]
Northampton Mercury, 23rd April 1814
To be SOLD by AUCTION,
By W. White
On the Premises, on Thursday the 28th Day of April 1814, at Eleven o’Clock.
The neat HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, of Mr. N. WELLS, deceased, of RUSHDEN aforesaid; comprising Bedsteads and Furniture, Feather-beds, bolsters and Pillows, Chairs, Tables, Oak Bureau and Chest of Drawers, Quilts and Blankets, Thirty-hour Clock, in neat Case; Quantity of Pewter and Earthenware, Brewing Utensils, Beer-Casks, Pots, Kettles, Saucepans, &c. Also, on the Evening of the same Day, will be sold by Auction, at the Waggon and Horses, in Rushden, at Six o’Clock, under Conditions to be produced at the Time of Sale.
A desirable Copyhold RESIDENCE, late in the Occupation of the said Mr. Wells; consisting of Kitchen, Parlour, four Bedchambers, Brewhouse, Pantry, Wash-house, Cellar, large Barn, Yard, Garden, and Orchard, well planted with thriving Fruit Trees.
This Estate is equal to Freehold, paying only a very trifling Quit-rent; and may be entered on immediately.
May be viewed by applying on the Premises, and further Particulars had of the Auctioneer, Bedford.
Northampton Mercury, 8th October 1814
House and Draper’s Shop in Rushden
To be Sold by Auction
By Mr. Tomlin
At Mr. Mason’s, the Waggon and Horses, in Rushden, Northamptonshire, on Thursday the 26th of October 1814, between the Hours of Four and Six o’Clock, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract.
A MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with a DRAPER’S SHOP adjoining, situate in a very pleasant Part of the large and populous Village of Rushden aforesaid, and now in the Occupation of Mr. Baker Denton, Draper and Tailor (who is going into another Line of Business): the Premises consists of a Draper’s Shop, Parlour, Kitchen, three Chambers, Barn, Stable, Yard, and Garden.
For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr. B. Denton, and for further Particulars, to Mr. Jos. Mee, Draper, or to the Auctioneers, both of Wellingborough.
N.B. The above is a desirable Situation for a Draper and Tailor, and may be entered upon the first Day of November next.
Northampton Mercury, 8th October 1814
To be Sold by Auction By Mr. Tomlin,
On Thursday the 13th Day of October 1814, on the Premises, in Rushden, in the County of Northampton, late in the Occupation of Mr. MARK LILLEY, deceased.
All the neat and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, BREWING-VESSELS, and other EFFECTS, late the Property of the said Mark Lilley,; consisting of Four-post and Half-tester Bedsteads and Hangings, Feather and Flock-Beds, Mattresses, Blankets, Bed Quilts, Bed and Table-Linen; Dining, Card, Tea, and Dressing-Tables, in Mahogany and Oak; Parlour and Chamber Chairs; Pier, Swing, and Dressing-Glasses; Chest of Drawers, Mahogany Night-Table and Basin-Stand, capital 30-Hours Clock, Tea-Urn, Mahogany and Japanned Trays and Waiters, Meat-Safe; Kitchen Utensils, in Copper, Brass, and Tin; Mash-Vat, several sweet Iron-bound Half-Hogshead and other Barrels, a Quantity of good Hay, a Number of capital Ash-Poles, a lot of Fagot-Wood and Pit-Clock.
Catalogues may be had at the Waggon and Horses in Rushden; Green Dragon, Higham Ferrers; and of the Auctioneer, Wellingborough.
Also will be SOLD by AUCTION, at Six o’Clock in the Evening of the same Day, at the Waggon and Horses, in Rushden, aforesaid, a MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, lately the Property and in the Occupation of the said MARK LILLEY; consisting of a large Parlour, Kitchen, and Cellar, on the Ground Floor, and two good Sleeping Rooms over them, with large Closets to each; a neat Flower Garden in Front of the House, in which is a Well of excellent Water, with a Lead Pump therein; and at the Back of the House is a Close or Orchard, and Kitchen-Garden, well planted with Fruit-Trees; a large Barn, Stable for three Horses, Coal and Wood Barn, and Poultry House.
Also, another MESSUAGE or TENEMENT adjoining thereto, in the Tenure of William Gilbert; consisting of three Rooms on the Ground Florr, and three Bed-Rooms above, with a piece of Garden Ground adjoining.
The Premises are in the most perfect state of Repair, and immediate Possession may be had of those parts which were occupied by the late Proprietor.
The said William Gilbert will shew the Premises; and further Particulars may be had at Mr. Hodson, Solicitor, Wellingborough. [see also 15th April 1815]
Northampton Mercury, 15th April 1815
To the Creditors of Mark Lilley, deceased.
The Creditors of Mark Lilley, late of Rushden, in the County of Northampton, Sheep-Jobber, deceased, are requested to meet his Executrix at the House of John Mason, known by the sign of the Waggon and Horses, in Rushden aforesaid, on Thursday the 20th Day of April instant, at Eleven o’Clock in the Forenoon, when a Dividend of his Estate and Effects will be declared. And all Persons who neglect to attend the said Meeting, and make due Proof of their respective Debts, will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend. By Order of the Executrix.
Hodson & Burnham, Solicitors.
Northampton Mercury, 20th May 1815
To be Sold by Auction
By Mr. Spong
On Thursday the 25th Day of May instant, at the House of Mr. John Mason, the Sign of the Waggon and Horses, in Rushden, in the County of Northampton, between the Hours of Six amd Eight in the Evening, subject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced.
All that very neat and newly-erected Brick built MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, pleasantly situated in the Town of Rushden aforesaid, with the Garden and Orchard thereto adjoining, the Whole in the Occupation of Joseph Knight.
For a View of the Premises, apply to the Tenant; and for further Particulars, to Mr. Spong, of Higham Ferrers, or to the said Mr. Mason, or to Mr. Allen, Attorney at Law, Higham Ferrers, or at his Office in Wellingborough.
Northampton Mercury, 13th February 1830
To Surgeons and Apothecaries
To be LET
And may be entered upon immediately
A Genteel RESIDENCE, situate in the populous Village of Rushden, in the County of Northampton, late in the Occupation of Mr. Daniel Prestland, deceased. The Premises are in excellent Repair, and genteely furnished, with the increasing Practice attached thereto; there is also a considerable Number of Villages near Rushden, to which the Practice extends. The Medicines and Instruments for the Use of the Practice to be taken at a Valuation, and also the Household Furniture, if requested; so desirable an Opportunity seldom offers.
For further Particulars, apply to Mr. John Carrington, Building Surveyor and Appraiser, Kettering; Mr. Wm. Griffin, Thrapston; or Mr. John Radburne, Draper, Rushden; either of whom are empowered to treat for the same.
Rushden, Feb. 9th 1830.
Northampton Mercury, 13th October, 1832
Estates at Rushden, in Northamptonshire
To be Sold by Auction
By Mr. Laughton
At the Swan Inn, in Rushden, in the County of Northampton, on Friday the twenty-sixth day of October 1832, at Two o’clock in the afternoon.
The following Valuable and Desirable Freehold and Copyhold Estates, situated in Rushden aforesaid, in Lots, viz.;
Lot 1. All that freehold Messuage or Tenement, with the barns, stable, orchard or paddock, out-buildings, and other appurtenances to the same belonging, pleasantly situated on the GREEN, near the Church, now in the occupation of Thomas Chettle.
The above is a desirable Situation for a Draper, Grocer, or any other Trade requiring room, being in the centre of a populous village; and it commands a good frontage towards the Town Street.
Lot 2. All those Two copyhold MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with garden adjoining, situate in a Street called Duck Street, now in the occupation of Thomas Hensman and William Hobbs.
Lot 3. All those Two other copyhold MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with the gardens and orchard adjoining, as now stumped out from the remaining part thereof, situate in the South End of the Village, in a Street called Little Street, now in the occupations of Thomas Baker and James Green.
Lot 4. All those Two other copyhold MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with the gardens and orchard adjoining, as now stumped out, situate in the said Street called Little Street, now in the occupations of Ann Belcher and James Robinson.
Lot 5. All that freehold CLOSE of old inclosed Pasture Ground, called CRABB’S CLOSE, adjoining the Village, and containing Eight Acres and a Half or thereabouts (more or less).
Lot 6. All that Copyhold CLOSE of old inlcosed Pasture Ground, called or known by the names of WILES’S CLOSE or RED GATE CLOSE, situate in the South End of Rushden, and containing Three Acres and a Half or thereabouts (more or less).
Lot 7. All that copyhold CLOSE of Pasture Land, situate at a short distance from the Village, called FOUR ROAD CLOSE, and containing Four Acres and a Half or thereabouts (more or less).
The above Estates were lately the property of MR. JOHN CORBY, deceased; the Houses are in good repair, and the Land, which is of a superior quality, is in excellent condition, and altogether the Property would be a most desirable Purchase either for occupation or investment.
To view the respective Lots, apply to Mr. WILLIAM ACHURCH or Mr. MICHAEL MASON, both of Rushden aforesaid; and for further Particulars, either to them, Messrs, Burnham & Hodson, Solicitors, Wellingborough; or to the Auctioneer at Wollaston.
|All these are taken from the Northampton Mercury, 1836-1839
7th May 1836
To be Sold
by Mr Cleaver
On Thursday the 12th May 1836 at Eleven o’clock
Brewing and Dairy Utensils, &c, &c.
The property of the late Mr. Smith, of Rushden, in the County of Northampton;
Consisting of four-post, tent, and other bedsteads, with cotton furnitures; feather and flock beds, mattresses, blankets and quilts, mahogany and oak drawers, oak bureau, kitchen and chamber chairs, thirty-hour clock, in oak case; pier and swing glasses, oak dining and dressing tables, child’s crib, and two swing cots, two large oak linen chests,; china, glass, and earthenware; barrel churn, milk lead and tins, four iron-bound pipes, one hogshead and smaller casks, a ten-bushel mash vat, two smaller vats, working vat and cooler, tubs and trays, lead horse trough; kitchen utensils, in copper, brass and tin.
7th April 1838
Genteel Household Furniture and Effects
To be Sold by Auction
By Mr. Cleaver
On the Premises, the Property of Mrs. Smith, at Rushden, near Higham Ferrers, in the County of Northampton, who is changing her Residence,
On Tuesday the 19th April 1838, at Ten o’clock in the Morning:
Consisting of four-post bedsteads, mahogany pillars with moreen and chintz furniture; a tent bedstead, with furniture; three good seasoned feather beds, bolsters, and pillows; three wool and hair mattresses, blankets, and counterpanes; circular-fronted mahogany drawers, oak drawers, deal painted wardrobe, two mahogany night commodes, mahogany dining tables, with moveable ends; mahogany, oak, and painted tables, two sofas, with covers; mahogany dinner tray and stand, mahogany and japanned parlour and chamber chairs, Kidderminster carpet, 15 feet square; bed-room and bed-side carpets, pier and swing glasses, eight-day clock, large buffet, tea urn, copper coal scoop, fenders and fire irons, wince decanters and other glass ware, China, over grate, with iron frontispiece; large deal kitchen table, two garden chairs, large stone garden roll, ale casks, tubs, washing trays, culinary utensils, in copper, brass and tin; with various other articles.
Catalogues may be had at the Inns of Rushden; Green Dragon Inn, Higham Ferrers; and of the Auctioneer, Wellingborough.
The Goods may be viewed on Tuesday the 17th of April but the House will not to open for that purpose on the Day of Sale.