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Sales 1880 - 1889

Wellingborough & Kettering News, May 8th, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs, Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Thursday, the 13th day of May, 1880, at Six o'clock in the evening, (by order of the Executrix of the late Mr. R. Noble, of Higham Ferrers, deceased), in such Lots as may be determined upon: Three SHARES in the Higham Ferrers Gas and Coke Company (Limited), and Four SHARES in the Rushden Gas and Coke Company (Limited)

Wellingborough & Kettering News, May 8th, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

9 MESSUAGES,
YARDS, GARDENS, and OUT-BUILDINGS,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Thursday, the 13th day of May, 1880, at Six o'clock in the Evening (by order of the mortgagees), subject to such conditions as will be then produced, and in the following or such Lots as may be determined upon, viz.:—

Lot 1.—All those FOUR MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with the Gardens, Workshops, Out-houses, and appurtenances thereto belonging, situate in Duck-street, Rushden aforesaid, in the occupations of Messrs. THOS. LITCHFIELD, JAMES BOLTON, and others; and also a Workshop (recently erected on this lot), in the occupation of Mr. ELSYGOOD.

Lot 2.—All that newly-erected DWELLING HOUSE and Premises, adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr. E. ELSYGOOD; THREE MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, in the occupations of Messrs. W. PENDRED, WILMOT, and G. PARKER; and a newly-erected MESSUAGE or TENEMENT in the occupation of Mr. JOHN COX, all adjoining; together with the Yards, Gardens, Out-houses, and appurtenances thereto belonging.

The Property is Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, and being fine certain makes it nearly equal in value to Freehold.

To view, apply on the premises; and for further particulars to the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough; or to

W. HIRST SIMPSON, Solicitor,
Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, May 22nd, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

Northamptonshire & Bedfordshire

In the Parishes of Rushden and Wymington

Sale of a Very Valuable ESTATE, including a capital FARMHOUSE and Premises, 6 COTTAGES, and about 51 Acres of Highly Valuable ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, producing a Rental of £124 6s. per annum, and presenting moat eligible investments.

Messrs. Stafford and Rogers
HAVE been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. Thomas Lawton to SELL BY AUCTION, on Friday, May 28th, 1880, at Six for Seven o'clock in the evening, at the Wagon and Horses Inn, at Rushden, the above highly valuable Properties, viz.:—

A capital FARMHOUSE and Premises, and about 40 Acres of ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, a portion of which is most valuable for Building purposes, having an extensive frontage to the High-street, and occupying one of the most important positions in the rapidly increasing village of Rushden; now in the occupation of Mr. Wm. Lawton. Also 5 substantially-built COTTAGES, with their Appurtenances, situated in the centre of the village in Little-street. Also a Brick-built COTTAGE and 2 Acres of valuable GARDEN LAND at Wymington, in the occupation of Moses Wooding.

May be viewed upon application to the respective Tenants, and Particulars with Plane may be ob¬tained of W. H. SIMPSON, Esq., Solicitor, Higham Ferrers, and of the Auctioneers, Bedford and Chellington, near Bedford.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, June 5th, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden
Furniture, Butcher's Shop Fittings &c.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
by Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Saturday, 5th June, 1880, upon the premises of Mr. W. C. York, Butcher, High-street, Rushden (who is leaving). For further particulars see handbills.
Sale to commence at Two p.m.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, August 28th, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Richard Freeman,

AT the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Monday, August 30th, 1880, a very large quantity of Unredeemed Pledges, consisting of gold and silver watches, counterpanes, sheets, blankets, beds, bolsters, pillows, ready-made clothes, bed tick, coats, vests, trousers, overcoats, ladies' silk and stuff dresses, and all kinds of ladies' and gents' wearing apparel, boots and shoes, four handsomely-bound family Bibles, History of England in 3 vols., in all about 300 lots. Also 1 handsome bedstead and spring mattress.

Sale to commence at Half-past Two & Six o'clock.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, August 28th, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Richard Freeman,

ON Monday, September 6th, 1880, upon the premises of Mrs. Dickens, Denton's Yard, Rushden, widow of the late Mr. Dickens, who is giving up housekeeping, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other effects. Full particulars next week.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, October 2nd, 1880, transcribed by Kay Collins

The Lodge and Grange Farms,Rushden, Northamptonshire,

Within Two Miles of the Town of Higham Ferrers, and Three from Irchester Station on the Midland Railway.

Highly Important Sale of FARMING STOCK, Steam Thrashing, Grinding, and Cultivating Machinery, &c., comprising 447 SHEEP and LAMBS, 15 CART HORSES, useful Cob, 20 Pigs; a Twelve-horse Engine, by Clayton and Shuttleworth; a set of Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Tackle complete, with Campain's patent anchors; Thrashing Machine, in good condition; Steam Flour Mill; Elevator, with horse gear; and an excellent lot of Implements, &c.;

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messsrs. Stafford and Rogers,

ON Thursday, October 14, 1880, at the Lodge premises, by Bruce Tomlinson, Esq., who is giving up the Farms.

The SHEEP comprise a very superior flock of 156 young Lincoln ewes, 89 theaves, 200 strong lambs, and 2 pure-bred Lincoln Rams.

HORSES: A team of 15 very powerful and active cart horses, strong cob (quiet to ride and drive).

PIGS: Three sows and pigs, and 5 in-pig yilts.

The IMPLEMENTS consist of 2 capital wagons, 7 carts with copses and iron arms, 2 water carts, light cart, 6 iron ploughs, several sets of heavy and light iron harrows, steam drag harrows, iron scufflers, Bentall's skimmer, Coleman's cultivator, combined wheat and bean and other horse hoes, heavy Cambridge and other rollers, 13 - coultered press drill by Coultas, water drill, seed barrows, 2 Moresby's reaping machines, chaff machine for horse or steam power, cake breaker, bean mill, turnip cutters and pulpers, dressing and weighing machines, horse, cattle, and sheep cribs and troughs, harness for 15 horses, and numerous other useful effects.

Sale to commence with the Implements at Eleven o'clock.

Luncheon will be provided after the Sale of Dead Stock; tickets 2s. each, to be returned to purchasers over £2.

Note—The Sheep and Lambs are good, perfectly sound, and in capital condition, and the Ewes are being served by Lincoln rams. The Horses are very powerful, active, and good workers. The Machinery is in excellent order, and the Implements are in good condition.

Conveyances will meet the 11.57 and 12.17 a.m. and the 5.22 and 6.4 p.m. trains at Irchester Station.

Catalogues may be obtained of Mr. Tomlinson, Rushden Lodge, Higham Ferrers, and of the AUCTIONEERS, Bedford and Chellington.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, January 1st, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

Sale of Hay, Clover, Straw and Manure (to go off).

Messrs. Stafford and Rogers

HAVE been favoured with instructions from the Trustee in the Estate of Thomas Lawton, deceased, to SELL by AUCTION, on Friday, January 14, 1881, on the premises lately occupied by Mr. W. Lawton, 3 ricks of HAY and CLOVER, containing about 25 tons, quantity of Wheat, Barley, and Oat Straw, the produce of about 25 acres, and about 100 loads of good Manure, in lots to suit the convenience of purchasers.

Sale to commence punctually at 2 o'clock.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 5th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ARE instructed by Mr. William Everard (who is leaving the country) to SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, 14th March, 1881, upon his Premises, at Sunny Bank Terrace, Rushden, the superior and nearly new HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Bedding, &c.

Further particulars, see bills. Sale to commence at One o'clock, p.m.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 12th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND, forming part of a close known as "Cross Roads Close," at the junction of the two roads leading out of Rushden to Wellingborough.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ARE favoured with instructions from Campbell Praed, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at the New Inn, Rushden, on Friday, 18th March, 1881, at Six o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions as will be then produced: 12 plots of Valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND, being the surplus portion of his land, situate at the junction of the said roads. The site is remarkably well adapted for building private residences, commanding pleasing views of the surrounding country.

A plan of the lots may be seen at the place of sale, or at the offices of Mr. W. TALBOT BROWN, Surveyor, Wellingborough; and printed particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained of the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough; or of W. HIRST SIMPSON, Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 12th, 19th & 26th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Sale of a Very Valuable Estate, including a capital FARMHOUSE and Premises, and 45a. 2r. 18p. of highly valuable Arable and Pasture LAND, a portion of which is well adapted for Building purposes, having an extensive frontage to the High-street, and occupying one of the most im¬portant positions in the rapidly increasing village of Rushden,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Stafford and Rogers,

ON Thursday, March 31st, 1881, at the Waggon and Horses Inn, at Rushden, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening, by direction of the Trustee in the Estate of the late Mr. Thomas Lawton, deceased.

The property is in hand, and possession can be given on completion of the purchase.

Particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained of W. HIRST SIMPSON, ESQ., Solicitor, Higham Ferrers, and of the AUCTIONEERS, Bedford, and Chellington, near Bedford.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 19th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

To Be Sold by Private Treaty, 7 Eligible Freehold 6-Roomed Brick and Slated DWELLING-HOUSES, with Machine & Riveting Shops attached, and large Gardens, with boundary walls complete. Good supply of hard and soft water. Paying a first-class per centage. Capital opportunity for investment. Will be sold separate or in blocks to suit convenience of purchasers.— Apply to Messrs. M. & R. Sears, Havelock-street, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 26th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Higham Park (Near Rushden), Northamptonshire.

41 Short-horn BEAST, 14 HORSES, 68 PIGS, Steam Engine, Threshing Machine, Elevator, and other Machinery, Wagons, Carts, Harness, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c.

Messrs. Pendered and Son
ARE favoured with instructions from the Executrix of the late Mr. Ralph Dearlove, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, 31st March, 1881, the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock:

BEAST—14 in-calf and down-calving Cows and Heifers, 4 three-year-old Steers, 6 two-year-old Steers, 6 one-and a-half year-old Steer, 11 Yearlings.

The Beast are well-bred, and in excellent condition.

HOGS—42 strong Stores, and 26 smaller Stores.

HORSES—9 powerful Cart Horses, 3 promising two-year-old Cart Colts, and a three-year-old Cart Colt ; a useful Black Cob, quiet to ride and drive.

A complete assortment of Agricultural Implements, the whole in good working condition, suitable to the cultivation of a Farm of 700 Acres.

The place of Sale is about Two Miles from Rushden, and about Three Miles from Sharnbrook Station on the Midland Railway.

Catalogues may be had of the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough.

Luncheon by ticket at 10.30, Sale at Eleven o'clock a.m.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, April 2nd, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN-Messrs. Pendered and Son

ARE instructed by Mrs. Wilmot (who is leaving the country), to SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, 4th April, 1881, at No. 7, South Terrace, Rushden, the FURNITURE and other Effects. For particulars see bills. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, April 16th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

Valuable LIVE STOCK, consisting of 350 SHEEP and LAMBS and 60 Home-bred BEAST.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Thursday, 21st April, 1881, at the Farm Premises, Rushden, by order of Mr. E. Flintham (who is leaving).

The Ewes are young, and the Lambs fine and strong, the Hoggetts of good size and condition, and the whole flock believed to be sound and well worthy the attention of flock masters.

The Beast have been almost all bred by Mr. Flintham, who has for many years used thorough-bred bulls, the young stock in particular being exceedingly well descended.

Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Luncheon by ticket at Eleven a.m., and Sale immediately afterwards.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, April 30th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, near Higham Ferrers,
Northamptonshire.

Superior GRASS KEEPING on Feeding Land.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,
ARE instructed by Mr. R. Flintham (who is leaving), to SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, 2nd May, 1881, about 62 Acres of GRASS KEEPING, to the 10th October Next, viz.:


a.
r.
p.
Home Field
9
0
0
Home Field No 2
6
0
0
Stevens' Field
16
0
0
Corner Field
3
0
0
Water Running
12
0
0
Meadow
10
0
0
Meadow, adjoining
62
0
0

The Land is of very superior quality, and well watered. Careful Shepherds will be provided.

Company to Meet at the Home Field, Rushden, at Four o'clock p. m.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, July 16th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

A COMPACT and very VALUABLE ESTATE, most eligibly situated in the Parish of Rushden, closely adjoining the village, within 1½ miles of the Irchester Station on the Midland, and Higham Ferrers Station on the London and North Western Railway, intersected by the Irchester, Wellingborough, and Higham Roads, and having most extensive and valuable building frontage, comprising 120a. 1r. 15p. of highly valuable ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, divided into convenient enclosures, with comfortable RESIDENCE, and well-arranged Farm Premises, and in the occupation of Mr. R. Flintham, whose tenancy will expire at Michaelmas next, when possession can be given;

To Be Sold BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Stafford and Rogers

AT the Waggon and Horses Inn, at Rushden, on Thursday, 4th August, 1881, at 5 for 6 o'clock in the Evening.

The Estate will be offered first as a whole, and if not sold, then in Ten Lots, which are described and sent out in printed particulars, with plans annexed, to be obtained of W. Hirst Simpson, Esq., Solicitor, Higham Ferrers; and of the Auctioneers, Bedford, and Chellington, near Bedford.

NOTE—The Auctioneers desire to call especial attention to the Sale of this Property, which from its peculiarly advantageous position, and having such expensive frontages to the main roads and close proximity to this large and increasing village, where Building Land is in such demand and commands a high price, offers a first-class opportunity for investment.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, July 16th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden Lodge, near Higham Ferrers

To BUTCHERS, DEALERS, AND OTHERS. 45 very prime FAT OXEN.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,
ARE favoured with instructions from Mr. Thos. Sanders, of Rushden Hill, To SELL BY Auction Monday, 18th July, 1881, at his lodge premises, at the corner of the three roads leading to Higham Ferrers, Rushden, and Wellingborough, 45 FAT OXEN (including some of great weights), viz., 14 HEREFORDS, 19 HOME-BREDS, and 2 FAT COWS.

The place of sale is a few minutes walk from the Ditchford station, on the London and North Western Railway, and both the up and down trains arrive at about 12.30. noon. Conveyances will be at the Irchester station, of the Midland Railway to meet the 12.17 a.m. down, and the 11.57 a.m. up trains.

Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Luncheon at One o'clock, sale to commence immediately afterwards.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, July 23rd, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

12 ACRES OF GROWING CORN

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Thursday, 28th July, 1881, viz., BARLEY, about 6a. 2r. 0p., OATS, about 5a. 2r. 0p., in Cross Roads Close, on the road leading from Rushden to Wellingborough, which will be sold in convenient lots, with the Straw to go off.

One month's credit will be given on approved security.
Company to meet at the Way-Post at Seven o'clock p.m.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, October 8th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN

Furniture and Effects

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son, FOR Mrs. Hulatt, at the Coach and Horses Inn, on Thursday, 13th October. 1881.

Sale to commence at One p.m. [They were moving to the new Oakley Arms]

Wellingborough & Kettering News, November 19th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden Lodge, Northamptonshire

17 Dairy Cows and Heifers, 20 Pigs, Poultry,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Hay and
Mangold Wurtzel (to go off), &c.

R. Gillitt.,
HAS received instructions from Mr. Thomas Tailby, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, 28th November, 1881, the following valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock:

LIVE STOCK, viz., Cows—17 very superior Cows and Heifers, in-calf and in-profit; 20 Pigs; a quantity of Poultry.

DEAD STOCK—A general assortment of Agricultural Implements ; also about 20 tons of Hay, and a quantity of Mangold Wurtzel (to go off). The Hay will be sold in convenient Lots.

The AUCTIONEER wishes particularly to call the attention of Dairymen and others requiring good milk and butter Cows, to the above Sale, as they are noted for their milking properties.

Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, November 26th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

To TIMBER, MERCHANTS AND OTHERS.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,
ARE favoured with instructions from H. Currie, Esq. to SELL BY AUCTION, on Tuesday, 29th November, 1881, 14 ASH TREES, 6 WALNUT TREES, and large arms, 6 ELM TREES, 1 OAK, and 17 Ash and other Doddrells, and the Lop and Top, lying on the Rushden House Estate, near to the residence on the Wymington-road.

The Ash Trees are of fine quality, and include several of great length and good dimensions; one of the Walnut Trees is very large and hearty, the others of good dimensions.

Company to meet in Paddock, adjoining the Entrance Drive, at Twelve o'clock, noon.

Wellingborough & Kettering News, December 3rd, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden

To be sold by Auction, by

J. J. Coulbeck,

ON the Green, on Friday, December 16th, 1881,

(without reserve), a large quantity of red and Petersburgh whitewood
DEALS, BATTENS, BOARDS, SCANTLINGS,
Oak and best Pine Boards.

Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock prompt.

4, South View, London-road, Peterborough.

Wellingborough News, 7th January 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden Temperance Hall

Charles Pollard

Is Instructed to SELL BY AUCTION on Wednesday, January 18th, 1822,
on the premises, the valuable Copyhold Building known as the
TEMPERANCE HALL, RUSHDEN,
on Conditions to be then produced.

Sale to commence at 5 for 6 o'clock prompt.

To View, apply to Mr. G. DENTON, Rushden.

Solicitor—W. HURST SIMPSON,
Higham Ferrers.

Another sale at Kettering in the same edition

Bulbs and Flower Roots

Charles Pollard

Is instructed by the Vice-Consul of the Netherlands to
SELL BY AUCTION, at the Temperance
Hall, Kettering,
on Tuesday evening next, without
reserve,
two cases of DUTCH BULBS and Flower
Roots,
consisting of double and single Hyacinths,
Polyanthus, Narcissus, Tulips, Snowdrops, and
others, in all colours and variety.

Sale to comence at Seven o'clock; on view after six o’clock.

Wellingborough News, 25th February 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN

TWO COPYHOLD COTTAGES

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Mr. Charles Pollard,

AT the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Thursday Evening, March 9th, 1882, subject to Conditions of Sale as will then be produced, at 5 for 5.30 precisely, in two Lots.

LOT 1—A COTTAGE, eligibly situate in and baring a frontage of 27 feet to High-street, Rushden, with Outhouse, Garden, &c., now let to Thos. Watts, at an annual rental of £8.

LOT 2—A COTTAGE situate in the yard at the yard at the back of Lot 1, with Garden, Barn, &c., now let to John Wood, at an annual rental of £6 10s. 0d.

Both lots are copyhold of the Manor of Rushden.

To view apply to the tenants, and for particulars to Mr. Ebenezer Knight, of Rushden, to the Auctioneer, Kettering, or to Mr. Simpson, solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

N.B.—There is an unfailing supply of good water on the premises.

Wellingborough News, 4th March 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

To Investors and Others

Freehold and Copyhold Cottages

Charles Pollard

WILL SELL BY AUCTION, at the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Thursday Evening, March 9, 1882, at 5.30 precisely, subject to the usual conditions, in two Lots:—

LOT 1—Two substantial and newly brick-built and slated COTTAGES, with bay windows, situate in Alfred-street, Rushden, each having a 17ft. frontage, and containing 5 rooms, pantry, coal cellar, wash-house, workshop, closet, and water cistern, and side entrance to yard and garden.

They are at present on hand, but Tenants are waiting to enter, pending the result of the sale.

LOT 2—Two newly and substantially brick-built and slated Six roomed COTTAGES, situate in the back lane at Rushden, with yard, workshop, and 2 closets; there is also a side entrance to this lot.

They are let to Thomas Adams and Henry Smith, and produce an annual rental of £21 6s. 0d. This lot is copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, but the Land Tax is redeemed.

Further particulars may be had of Mr. Samuel Knight, Junior, Cambridge Cottage, Rushden, or of the Auctioneer, Cromwell House, Broadway, Kettering.

Wellingborough News, 25th March 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

To Builders, Carpenters, Wheelwrights, and Others.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ON Friday, 31st, 1882, by order of the Executors of the late Mr. Walter Moore, the whole of the
STOCK-IN-TRADE, PLANT, ENGLISH & FOREIGN TIMBER

&c, comprising 4 oak trees, 4 elm trees and large pieces, 1 ash, 400 feet red deal boards, 11 by 1½ to 2 inches; a lot of 1½-inch elm boards, scantling, 4½ by 3, and 5½ by 4 inches; deal boards, 9 aud 7 inch, by 1½, two 9-inch deals, part of a deal log, beams, battens, skirting, moulding, matched boarding, 13 new panelled doors, sashes, slabs, new roofing tiles, carpenter's chest, an excel¬lent assortment of carpenter's tools, new pit saw and cross-cut ditto, morticing machine, floor and door cramps, lathe in good working order, grind¬stone and frame, builder's ironmongery, a four-wheel spring truck, hand truck, and great quantities of useful wood and firewood. Also a very handsome Brown Pony, 4 years old, about 13 hands, quiet to ride or drive; a capital set of pony harness, pony trap, and other effects.

Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock, noon.

Wellingborough News, 1st April 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

TO BUTCHERS, DEALERS, AND OTHERS

Important Unreserved Sale of Fat and Store Stock, comprising

70 SHEEP, 58 BEAST, 5 HORSES

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ARE favoured with instructions from Mr. Geo. Skinner (who is giving up farming), to SELL by AUCTION, on Monday, 3rd April, 1882, at his farm premises, Rushden, his superior Live Stock, viz.:—

BEAST: 6 prime fat oxen, and 2 ditto cows, 2 cows with calves, 2 down-calving cows, 8 in-calf heifers, 4 cows in profit, 4 three-year-old steers, 12 two-year-old steers and heifers, 11 yearling ditto and 6 calves, and a thorough-bred bull.

SHEEP: 70 superior fat half-bred wethers and theaves.

HORSES: 2 in-foal cart mares, 2 yearling cart fillies, and a grey cob, 14 hands 3 inches high, quiet to ride and drive.

The beast are all home-bred, and very highly descended from the herd of F. U. Sartoris, Esq., and are in capital condition. The fat stock is well worthy the attention of dealers and butchers of first-class trade.

Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Luncheon (by ticket) at Twelve, noon, sale immediately afterwards.

Wellingborough News, 22nd April 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN,
NEAR WELLINGBOROUGH, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE,
Two Miles from the Irchester Station on the Midland Railway,
and Two-and-a-half Miles from Higham
Ferrers.

Messrs. Stafford and Rogers,
HAVE been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at the Wagon and Horses Inn, Rushden, on Thursday, May 11, 1882, at Three for Four o'clock in the Afternoon, several Plots of very valuable BUILDING LAND, near to the Town Street.

Particulars and Conditions of Sale, with Plans, when ready, may be obtained of Messrs. Frere, Foster & Co., Solicitors, 28, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.; at the Wagon and Horses Inn, Rushden; or of the Auctioneers, Bedford and Chellington, Beds.

Wellingborough News, 29th April 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

The remaining frontage plots of BUILDING LAND forming part of a Close known as the "Cross Roads Close," situate on the north-east side of the road leading from Rushden to Wellingborough,

WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Thursday, the 4th May, 1882, at 4 for 5 o'clock in the afternoon.

A plan of the Lots may be seen at the Reading Room, Vestry Hall, Rushden, and particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained of Messrs. W. COLSON & Co., Rushden; the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough; and JAMES HEYGATE, Solicitor, Wellingborough.
For further particulars see Bills.

Wellingborough News, 29th April 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NEAR WELLINGBOROUGH,
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Messrs. Stafford and Rogers

HAVE received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION on Thursday, May 11, 1882, at the Wagon and Horses Inn, Rushden, at Three for Four o'clock in the Afternoon, Two COTTAGES, situate in Duck-street, in the respective occupations of Messrs. John Whitehead and John Mead; producing the annual rent of £9 2s. 0d.

Further particulars may be obtained of Mr. W. H. SIMPSON, Higham Ferrers and Wellingborough, or of the Auctioneers, Bedford, and Chellington near Bedford.

Wellingborough News, 6th May 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALE—On Thursday evening the following property was sold at the Wheat Sheaf Inn by Messrs. Pendered and Son: Two cottages in Crabb's Close, the property of the exors. of the late Mr. Moore, fetched £380, but the name of the purchaser did not transpire; also a piece of building land near the main street, on which were some partly finished buildings, to Mr. Checksfield for £175. Messrs. Pendered also offered several plots of building land near the Cross-roads, the property of the late Mr. W. Colson, but the reserve price was not reached.

Wellingborough News, 12th August 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN
USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c.
To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Monday, 14th August, 1882, upon the premises at No. 3, South-terrace, Rushden, for Mr. W. Lack, who is leaving.

Sale to commence at One o'clock in the afternoon.

Wellingborough News, 12th August 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
Four Well-built DWELLING-HOUSES
Building
Premises, Gardens, Valuable Building Sites,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the New Public Hall, Rushden, on Tuesday, 29th August, 1882, at Six o'clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced (by order of Mr. Joseph Bayes, the proprietor, who is leaving the country), in the following or such other lots as may be determined upon, viz :—.

LOT 1—All those Four capital newly erected DWELLING-HOUSES, Builder's Yard, Work-shops, excellent Stabling, Cart Shed, Barn, Loft, and large Garden, situate on the Wellingborough-road, Rushden, in the occupations of Messrs. Jos. Bayes (the proprietor), W. Sanders, John Claypole, and one unoccupied. Each house contains kitchen, cellarage, two parlours, five bedrooms, and work-shop, with the usual offices, and are of a class for which there is a great demand in Rushden.

Lot 2— All that valuable Plot or Parcel of BUILDING LAND, adjoining Lot 1 on the North-west side, having a frontage of 89 feet to the Wellingborough-road aforesaid, and containing altogether 1203 square yards, or thereabouts.

N.B.—This Lot is sold subject to a right of road, of a width of 10 feet from the Wellingborough-road along the north-west side of Lot 1 to the rear of Lot 1, as now stumped out. Lots 1 and 2 are Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, but being Fine Certain are deemed nearly equal in value to Freehold.

LOT 3—All those Four Plots or Parcels of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, situate on the Wellingborough-road, Rushden aforesaid, having together a frontage of 80 feet to the said road, and a depth of 150 feet, and containing an area of 1333 square yards or thereabouts. This Lot is bounded on the south-east by a proposed new road, and on the north-west by the property of Mr. A. Franklin. To view, apply to Mr. Jos. BAYES, Rushden, and for further particulars to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough, or to

W. HIRST SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

See also Wollaston Sales for the same date

Wellingborough News, 2nd September 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALE—On Tuesday last, Messrs. Pendered and Son put up by auction, at the New Hall, Rushden, four cottages, the property of Mr. J. Bayes, who is leaving the county. The bids reached £850, but the reserve being £880, the property was withdrawn, and afterwards sold privately. Two plots of building land, containing 1,203 and 1,333 yards respectively, were also offered, but neither coming to the reserve were not sold publicly.

Wellingborough News, 23rd September 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son

ON Monday, 25th Sept., 1882, by order of Mr. George Skinner (who is retiring from farming), at his Farm Premises, Rushden, Agricultural Implements, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, 14 capital Cart Horses and two Cart Foals, 5 Milking Cows and 1 Calf, 2 in-pig Sows, Yelt and 4 Pigs, 70 head of Poultry.

The DEAD STOCK, &c., comprises 2 cake breakers, 3 turnip cutters, 18 dozen hurdles, 21 sheep troughs, pig troughs, sheep cribs, 10 cow cribs, 6 wagons, 9 carts, spring cart, four-wheel carriage, Cambridge roll in excellent order, 2 iron rolls (equal to new); a twelve-coulter steer drill, nearly new, (by Priest & Woolnough); Hornsby's reaper in good working order, 6 iron ploughs, 2 double-furrow ditto (by Baker), horse hoe (Lewis), 2 horse hoes with 2 wheels, pair of jointed harrows (Howard), pair of drag ditto (by Page), 3 pairs seed ditto; horse drag with seat (Ransome) nearly new; another horse drag, iron scuffler (6 feet, by Ball), dressing machine, weighing machine, the usual barn tackle, 100 sacks, drags, harness for twelve horses; brewing plant complete, 90-gallon copper, ale casks from ½hhd. to 3 hhd., dairy vessels, &c.

The horses are a first-class team, 9 of them young, and all first-rate workers.

Also will be sold sundry HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects.

Catalogues may be obtained of Mr. George Skinner, Rushden, or of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Sale to commence at twelve o'clock, noon.

Wellingborough News, 16th December 1882, transcribed by Kay Collins

In Liquidation
Re FREDK. T. HIGGINS
CHURCH STREET, RUSHDEN
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Messrs. Gillitt andBearn

ARE instructed by the Trustee under the above liquidation to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY next, 19th December, 1882, upon the premises as above, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, Trade Utensils, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, noon.

Wellingborough News, 13th January 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

In Liquidation
Re J. T. Garrott, Coachbuilder

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

STOCK-IN-TRADE, Two New Carts

ASH and ELM TIMBER, &c.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ON MONDAY, 15th January, 1883, upon the premises at Rushden, by order of the Trustee under the liquidation of John Thomas Garrott, Coachbuilder, Rushden, comprising:—
New spring cart, farm ditto, 60 cart hubs, ten dozen oak spokes, 16 ash trees, 4 elm ditto, ash planks, oak ditto, slabs, battens, cart bodies and wheels, cart jack, shafts, axles, deals and boards, cart springs, shoeing platform, anvil and block, bars of steel, bar and rod iron, old iron, bellows, tongs and tools, two sledge hammers, timber screw jack, grindstone and frame, lathe, pit and crosscut saws, two iron vices, wheelwright's tools, cramp, steelyards, paints, sundry wood and firewood, and general stock of a Coachbuilder and wheelwright; also the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising six mahogany chairs in hair seating, mahogany couch, two easy chairs, oval mahogany loo table, Brussels carpet, chimney glass, fenders and fire-irons, mahogany drawers, five iron bedsteads, two feather beds, bolsters and pillows, four palliasses and mattresses, two flock beds, bolsters and pillows, blankets and other bedding, marble and other washstands, crib and bedding, mahogany and other dressing-tables, cane-seated chairs, bedroom carpeting, perambulator, tables, glassware, various kitchen requirements, &c.

Sale to commence with the Stock-in-Trade at Eleven a.m. Furniture at about Two o'clock p.m.

Wellingborough News, 3rd February 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

In Liquidation
Re John Thomas Garrott
RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
TO COACHBUILDERS AND OTHERS

Freehold Property, consisting of a Commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, with large Coach Factory, Timber Yard, Blacksmith's Shop, &c.,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Pendered and Son

AT the Wagon and Horses Inn, Rushden, on Friday, 9th February, 1883, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced (by order of the Trustee):

All that newly and substantially-built DWELING HOUSE, Coach Maker's Shop, Blacksmith's Shop, Timber Yard, and Premises, situated in Crabb Street, Rushden, in the occupation of Mr. John Thomas Garrott.

The Dwelling-house contains 2 Parlours, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, 4 Bedrooms, and Dressing-room. It is exceedingly well built, and conveniently arranged. The premises are roomy, and well situated for business.

To View, apply on the premises; and for further particulars, to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough; to

MR. J. T. PARKER,
Solicitor, Wellingborough; or to
MR. JAMES HEYGATE,
Solicitor, Wellingborough

Wellingborough News, 10th February 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN - A quantity of very good and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising dining, drawing, and bedroom suites, and including among numerous other effects the following well preserved Furni-ture, viz.: handsome mahogany suite in Morocco, mahogany dining table with extra leaf, mahogany davenport, also bookcase and books on theological, historical, and biographical subjects, rosewood drawing-room settee in crimson rep, chairs to match, handsome walnut drawing-room table, lady's easy chair, American rocking chair, Windsor chairs, iron and brass-mounted bedsteads, elegant mahogany dressing-table, two antique mahogany chairs, tables, study desk, Lipscomb's filter in first rate condition, meat safe, perambulator, hip and other baths, child's crib, looking glass, door mats, kitchen requisites, and numerous other effects, the property of the Rev. George Garlick, who is leaving. [see Union Church 3rd Feb 1883]

Mr. James L. Willson is favoured with instructions to Sell the above by AUCTION, on Monday, February 12th, 1883, at One o'clock punctually, when the goods will be arranged in convenient lots to suit purchasers, and will be found well worth their attention.

Orders to view on the morning of sale, from 10 to 12, may be obtained of the Auctioneer, at his office in Kimbolton, and on the premises.

Wellingborough News, 17th March 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN LODGE, NEAR HIGHAM FERRERS

To BUTCHERS AND DEALERS OF FIRST-CLASS TRADE

Highly Important

SALE OF FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ARE favoured with instructions from Mr. Thomas Sanders, of Rushden Hill, to sell by auction on Monday 19th March, 1883, at his lodge premises, at the corner of the three roads leading to Higham Ferrers, Rushden, and Wellingborough, 500 Grand FAT SHEEP, viz., 450 pure Dorset Shearlings and Theaves, and 50 South Down ditto, and about 50 extraordinary FAT LAMBS.

Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough. The place of sale is a few minutes walk from the Ditchford Station of the London and North-Western Railway, and both the up and down trains arrive at about 12.15. Conveyances will be at the Irchester Station of the Midland Railway, to meet the 12.17 down and the 11.55 up trains. Luncheon at one o'clock, sale to commence immediately afterwards.

Wellingborough News, 24th March 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

FOR SALE, by Private Contract, a newly-erected DWELLING HOUSE, containing 6 rooms, with large Warehouse of 3 floors, and large Garden adjoining; situate in the centre of Rushden. Good supply of water. The premises are well adapted for any business requiring room.—Apply to Mr. JAMES HEYGATE, Solicitor, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 21st April 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

TO SHOE MANUFACTURERS & OTHERS

Eligible FREEHOLD PROPERTY, consisting of a substantially-built
WAREHOUSE & FACTORY with convenient DWELLING HOUSE
large Garden, and Outbuildings,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Monday, 30th April, 1883, at the Public Coffee House, Rushden, at six for seven o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as will be then produced, namely:—

All that substantially-built WAREHOUSE or SHOE MANUFACTORY, consisting of three floors, fitted with every convenience for doing a large trade.

And a convenient DWELLING HOUSE adjoining, containing 2 Parlours, Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, and outoffices, with large Garden, Barn, and other outhouses, eligibly situate in Duck-street, Rushden, and having also a frontage to a road leading therefrom to the High-street, now in the occupation of Mr. Walter Sargent, the proprietor.

To view, apply on the premises, and for further particulars to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough, or to

JAMES HEYGATE,
Solicitor, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 21st April 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Valuable PROPERTY, consisting of Old-Established
Draper's Shop and Dwelling-house
with Cottage adjoining, large Workshop,
substantially-built Dwelling-house and Garden,
with long frontage to the main street, in the best business position in Rushden,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son

AT the Coffee Tavern, Rushden, on Monday, 30th April, 1883, at Six for Seven o'clock in the evening, subject to conditions of sale to be then produced, in the following or such lots as may be determined upon, viz.:—

LOT 1—All that old-established Draper's Shop and Dwelling House, in the occupation of Mrs. and Miss Knight, and a Messuage or Tenement adjoining, in the occupation of Mr. W. Mackness, with the Garden and appurtenances, situate in and fronting the main street of Rushden aforesaid, containing altogether about 328 square yards.

This Lot is coloured pink upon the plan, and is sold subject to a right of the owner of the property on the north side to use the well on this Lot.

LOT 2—All that large Workshop of two floors, with the Yard, Garden, and appurtenances adjoining Lot 1, with long frontage to the main street, containing altogether about 310 square yards.

This Lot is coloured yellow upon the plan, and is sold subject to Mr. William Foskett and the purchasers of Lots 1 and 3 having rights of road over it from the main street, but with a right for the purchaser of this Lot to build over the said road, subject to such conditions as will be produced at the time of the sale.

LOT 3—All that substantially-built Dwelling House, with the Garden and appurtenances thereto belonging, adjoining Lot 2, in the occupation of Mr. William Foskett.

This Lot is coloured blue upon the plan. Lots 2 and 3 will first be offered in one Lot, and if not sold, will then be sold separately.

The property is copyhold of the manor of Rushden, which being fine certain is considered nearly equal in value to freehold.

A plan of the Lots may be seen at Mr. W. Foskett's, Rushden, and will be produced at the time of sale.

For farther particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough, or to

W. HIRST SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers

Wellingborough News, 21st April 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE,
Three Closes of Highly-productive
PASTURE and ARABLE LAND,
containing together about 51a. 3r. 32p.,
eligibly situate at Rushden, adjoining the Bedford-road,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Hind Hotel, Wellingborough, on Wednesday, 9th May, 1883, at five for six o'clock in the evening, by order of the trustees of the will of Edwin Goosey, Esq., deceased, subject to such conditions of sale as will be then produced, and in the following or such other lots as may be determined upon, namely:—

LOT 1—All that Close of Accommodation PASTURE LAND, containing 22a. 2r. 9p., or thereabouts, situate at Rushden aforesaid, on the road leading from Rushden to Bedford.

LOT 2—All that Close of ARABLE LAND, containing 15a. 1r, 26p., or thereabouts, adjoining Lot 2 on the South-east side thereof.

The Estate is bounded on the south-west by the high road leading from Rushden to Bedford, to which road each field has a long frontage; and on the other sides by the estates of F. U. Sartoris, Esq., William Strother, Esq., and W. J. Henry, Esq., and is in the occupation of the Vendors, so that early possession can be given.

Lot 1 is Freehold. Lot 2 is partly Freehold and partly Copyhold, and Lot 3 is partly Copyhold and partly Bondhold. The Copyhold and Bondhold are held of the Manor of Rushden, and being fine certain are equal in value to Freehold.

For further particulars apply to Mr. Robert Goosey, or Mr. John Goosey, both of Wymington; to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough; or to

MESSRS. SHARMAN & JACKSON,
Solicitors, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 28th April 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Monday, 30th April, 1883, at the Coffee Tavern,

Ten SHARES in the Irthlingborough Gas Company,

Sale at 7 p.m.

Wellingborough News, 5th May 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALE—On Monday evening Messrs. Pendered & Son offered for sale at the Coffee Tavern the following properties:- Lot 1, comprising a draper's shop and two dwelling-houses, situate opposite the Coffee Tavern, and occupied by Mr. O. Knight. This was started at £300, and knocked down to Mr. G. Perkins for £350. We understand it was purchased for Mr. Knight. Lot 2, comprising dwelling-house and carpenter's shop, and adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr. W. Foskett; this was sold to Mr. John Jacquest for Mr. Hewitt, for £450. A shoe manufactory and dwelling-house, situate in Duck-street, in the occupation of the vendor, Mr. W. Sargent, was offered, but the reserve not being reached, it was withdrawn. Ten shares in the Irthlingborough Gas Company were next put up, and sold to Mr. J. Saxby, of Irthlingborough, for £7 per share, the price of issue being £10.

Wellingborough News, 8th December 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN
Removed to Mr. Herbert's Barn, Wheat Sheaf, for convenience of Sale

J. J. Coulbeck

WILL SELL BY AUCTION, at the above place, ON Tuesday, Dec, 18, 1883, a quantity of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, &c. Also a cream-coloured PONY, 5 years, Trap and Harness.

Sale, 12 o'clock. Further particulars see Bills.

Wellingborough News, 1st December 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins

New Hall, Rushden. FOR Two DAYS ONLY.

J. J. Coulbeck

HAS received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, as above, on Monday and Tuesday, December 3 and 4, a consignment of HEAVY DRAPERY, consisting of Blankets, Carpeting, &c., blankets, sheets, counterpanes, bed ticks, honeycomb quilts, eider down quilts, blue and coloured alhambra, fancy quilts, table covers, fancy ditto, table cloths, linen ditto, Axminster rugs, Brussel ditto, tapestry ditto, fancy ditto. Dress Pieces in black and coloured cashmere, &c., &c., calico, and a general assortment of miscellaneous goods; also a valuable consignment of Watches and Jewellry, 6 heavy-cased gold levers, by first-class makers; 8 handsomely chased gold Geneva watches, 6 fine English lever watches, 12 fine lady's silver Genevas, 20 gent's, silver watches in assorted sixes, a few gold alberts, chains, and silver ditto.

The property of a lady:—Handsome diamond brooch (George III. sovereign, mounted), set with 10 pure diamonds, and 10 pure sapphires, cost £35 10s.; handsome bracelet, set with 11 diamonds, 7 emeralds, and 2 garnets, cost £25; handsome bracelet, 18-carat, set with 14 very fine pearls and rubys, cost £15; magnificent 18-carat lady's long chain, mounted with real stones, cost £20.

The Auctioneer particularly calls attention to the above, the whole being consigned for absolute sale, and will be on view on the morning of sale.

Sale to commence at 2 and 6.30 p.m. on each day. Auctioneer's office: Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 10th May 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

The Bankruptcy Act, 1884. — Re Ebenezer Cox. — The New Inn, Rushden.
Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TRADE UTENSILS, Spring Cart, Boots and Shoes, Cut Leather, &c.
Messrs. Pendered and Son
ARE instructed by the Official Receiver, under the above Bankruptcy, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, 15th May, 1884, upon the premises of the New Inn, Rushden, the whole of the Effects, viz.:
OUT-DOORS—Spring cart, set of harness, chaff cutter, tubs, pails, forks, hampers, forms, boxes, wood, water butt, &c.
LEATHER STOCK—1701bs. split Blucher backs, 90 odd uppers, 54 odd boots and shoes, 2 dozen satin calf, 6½lbs. boot legs, rough split pieces, linings, elastic, 1cwt. studs and rivets, sundry odd leather, 5 sewing machines, lot of sole knives, steelyards, &c., &c.
FURNITURE —2 eight-day clocks, eight-day dial, 2 American clocks, large oil paintings, 6 engravings (framed), chimney glass, 18 Windsor chairs, elbow chair, high chair, glass case, 4 seta of drawers, tables, 2 copper kettles, fenders and tire-irons, brass kettle, warming pan, 2 long tables, 4 mahogany tables, mahogany Arabian bedstead and furniture, 4 iron bedsteads, spring mattress, 6 cane-seated chairs, mahogany couch, washstands, dressing tables, chamber services, toilet glasses, 2 clothes baskets, wash tray, and the bar utensils.
Also the whole of the Trade Fixtures, including a four-pull Counter Beer Engine (unless otherwise disposed of).

Wellingborough News, 26th April 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

High Street, Rushden.

Good PONY, Spring Cart, Four-wheel Truck, Harness, Chaff Cutter, STOCK-IN-TRADE, and FURNITURE.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Monday, 28th April, 1884, upon the premises of Mr. Jesse Darnell, Grocer and Fishmonger, Rushden, viz:—Excellent pony, 8 years old, fast and quiet; good spring cart, 4-wheel pony truck, set of plated harness, wheelbarrow, sack barrow, 2-knife chaff cutter, stable utensils, barrels, tubs, boxes, &c. Also the Stock-in-Trade & Shop Fittings. Six lettered tea canisters, 30 glass shew bottles, two sets of brass scales and weights, two sets of provision scales and weights, utensils, general grocery, &c.

Furniture:—Mahogany sofa, two chimney glasses, six parlour chairs, three tables, American clock, fenders, pictures, 6 and 1 elbow Windsor chairs, three sets painted drawers, folding chair, wash-stand and dressing-table, chamber service, toilet glass, large wardrobe, bedstead and bedding, dinner and tea services, kitchen utensils, and numerous other effects.

Sale to commence with the Out-door Effects at 12 o'clock noon.

Wellingborough News, 30th August 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

8 Well-bred MILCH COWS, two Valuable Young CART HORSES,
promising BAY COLT (by "Mustapha"), PIGS, IMPLEMENTS, &c.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ARE favoured with instructions from H. Currie, Esq. (who is giving up the land), to SELL by AUCTION, on Thursday, 11th Sept., 1884, at the farm premises, on the Bedford-road, the following valuable stock, viz.:—

BEAST—2 cows with calves at side, 2 down-calving cows, 2 in-profit ditto, 1 barren ditto, 1 ditto heifer, and 1 calf.
HORSES—Brown horse, 4 years old; brown mare, 4 years old, fresh, active, and good workers; and a very promising bay colt, 2 years old, with black points, by Mr. Hill's horse "Mustapha," likely to make a good hunter, has been handled and lunged over the bar.
PIGS—2 in-pig sows.
IMPLEMENTS, &c.—Narrow-wheel wagon, 7-row Suffolk drill, stitch drill, drag harrows, 2 iron ploughs, chains and sway trees, horse hoe, 2 sets of iron harrows, iron scuffler, water cart, horse-part for chaff machine, harness, pig trough, cattle crib, firewood, &c.

Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 30th August 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

TO DAIRYMEN AND OTHERS.

TO LET, at Michaelmas next, 35 Acres of ACCOMMODATION LAND (in good condition), with House and large Homestead, most eligibly stituate at the south end of Rushden, and Adjoining the main street, now in the occupation of H. Currie, Esq.

Acres are Pasture and excellent Dairy Land.

Apply to
MR. W. J. HENRY,
Wellingborough

Wellingborough News, 4th October 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

REAL PROPERTY SALE — Messrs. Stafford and Rogers met a very large and highly respectable company at the Wagon and Horses Inn, on Tuesday evening, and submitted to public competition the Valuable estates of Mr. Manning, comprised in eight lots. Lot 1 consisting of a farm 104 acres in extent with, suitable out-buildings was knocked down to Mr. W. B. Skinner, of London, at £2,600. Lot 2, after a keen competition was purchased by Mr. Lewin. of Wellingborough, solicitor to Mr. Charles Bayes at £345. Lots 3 and 5 were offered together, and purchased by Mr. W. J. Henry, of Wellingborough, and lot 4 (adjoining) was also knocked down to Mr. Henry, the entire purchase money being £535. Lot 6 was purchased by Mr. Asher -Abbott at £45. Lot 7 was sold for £145, and lot 8, a close of land at Wymington sold for £385. Messrs. J. Garrard and Allen, of Olney, were the solicitors for the vendors.

Wellingborough News, 25th October 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

New Hall, Rushden
Mr. J. J. Coulbeck

HAS received instructions from Messrs. Shemeld Brothers, General Bookbinders and Fancy Warehousemen, Northampton, to SELL BY AUCTION, in the above Hall, on Saturday and Monday, Nov. 1st and 3rd, 1884, a large quantity of valuable PICTURES, in handsome frames, Ladies' Work-boxes, Writing Desks, Ladies' and Gents' Leather Bags, STATIONERY, and general Fancy Goods. See Bills.

Sale to commence each night at 6 o'clock.

MR. COULBECK will Sell by Auction, in Wellingborough, early in November, a quantity of Silver-plated and Brass Harness, Saddles, Bridles, and Horseclothing, &c., &c. Further particulars in due course.

Auctioneer's Office— 21, Cheese-lane, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 8th November 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, Northamptonshire

Five MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with large Yard, Garden, Workshops,
Barns, and other Outhouses, situate in the High-street of Rushden,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Pendered and Son

At the Coffee Tavern, Rushden, on Tuesday, 11th November, 1884, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, in one or such Lots as may be determined upon, viz.:—

All those Five MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with Yard, Barns, Workshops, and appurtenances thereto belonging, situate in the High-street, Rushden aforesaid, in the several occupations of Messrs. John Macdonald, Walter Andrews, Miss Stevens, and others.

The Houses are exceedingly well built, and in an excellent state of repair. Each one is provided with a Barn and Workshop, and there are other suitable outbuildings.

The Property is Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, which being Fine Certain is deemed of equal value to Freehold.

To View apply on the premises; and for further particulars, to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough; or to

W. H. SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 15th November 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

SALE of PROPERTY—At the sale by auction by Messrs. Pendered and Son at the Coffee House on Tuesday evening last, the tenements situate in High-street, Rushden, were knocked down to Mr. C. Barker, at £690.

Wellingborough News, 8th November 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALE—The valuable building land, the site of the recent fire, adjoining the Coffee Tavern, the property of Mr. W. Pendered, was offered for sale by auction by Messrs. Pendered and Son, at the Wheat Sheaf Inn, on Thursday evening last, with the following result:—Lot 1, Mr. T. W. Norman, £210. Lot 2, Mr. A. Knight, Northampton, £190. Lot 3, Mr. G. H. Skinner, Rushden, £185. Lot 4, bought in at £175, but it was afterwards sold privately to Mr. Skinner for £160. The old materials on the property fetched £5 10s. Messrs. Sharman & Jackson were the solicitors for the vendor.

Wellingborough News, 15th November 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

NEW HALL, RUSHDEN
Mr. J. J. Coulbeck

HAS received instructions from Mr. Denton, Rushden, to Sell by Auction, on Monday, Nov. 24, 1884, a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, also a first-class Piano.

Full particulars next week.
Parties desirous of disposing of goods can do so by applying to the Auctioneer, 21, Cheese-lane, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 22nd November 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins

NEW HALL, RUSHDEN
Mr. J. J. Coulbeck

HAS received instructions from Mr. Denton, Rushden, to Sell by Auction, in the above Hall on Monday, Nov.24, 1884, a large quantity of new and second-hand HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Cottage Piano, Ironmongery, &c., consisting of cottage Piano in rosewood, mahogany telescope dining table (loose leaves), 4 mahogany and deal cheats of drawers, 2 mahogany cheffoniers, 3 ditto loo tables, 4 ½-dozen Windsor chairs, 2 couches in hair, 2 ditto in leather, cornice poles, 4 easy chairs, 1 linen chest, 6 washstands, 2 ditto marble tops, toilet tables, 6 brass and iron bedsteads, 9 cane-seated chairs, hall chairs, feather beds, bolsters, and pillows, flock ditto, fenders, fire irons, toilet sets in Japan, &c., coal vases, copper kettles, warming pans, saucepans, and other culinary articles, &c.

Sale to commence at One o'clock.

Auctioneer's Office,
21, Cheese-lane, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 4th March 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

NEW PUBLIC HALL, RUSHDEN.

Important Sale of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Bedding, 6 Fire-Proof Safes, 12 Travelling Trunks, 200 rolls Paper Hangings, &c.

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ARE instructed by Mr. E. Cox, who is selling off in consequence of moving to new premises, to SELL BY AUCTION on Monday, 7th March, 1887, removed to the New Public Hall for convenience of Sale, as above, comprising:

FURNITURE, &c.—Six brass-rail and other bedsteads, wool beds and palliasses, 4 chests mahogany drawers, 6 marble-top washstands, towel rails, mahogany commode, parlour and bedroom chairs, mahogany loo and other tables, large pier glass in gilt, mahogany side tables, 3 couches, stair and parlour carpeting, 5 dozen brass stair rods, 46 yds. cocoa matting, oil paintings and engravings, 20 dozen knives and forks, 2 massive 8-day clocks, 4 timepieces, 6 hand-painted coal vases with brass fittings, 6 Japanned coal vases with scoops, 4 brass-mounted fenders and fire brasses, 10 steel fenders, &c., &c.

SAFES—Five iron fire-proof Safes, by the best makers, with inner drawers and duplicate keys. N.B.—The Safes will be sold at Seven p.m.

MISCELLANEOUS GOODS.—A bassinette perambulator with bicycle wheels; sewing machine, nearly new; 12 dozen knife boards, lawn mower, sack barrow, 12 milk cans, large lot of new tinware, 14 Scarborough trunks with lever locks, 10 lock-up bonnet boxes, parrot and other cages, cash boxes, butchers' knives and steels, 200 rolls paper hangings in suitable lots, 100 yds woollen cloth for suitings, and many other effects too numerous to mention.

Sale to commence at One—afternoon; and Six—evening.

A punctual attendance is respectfully requested in consequence of the great number of Lots.

Wellingborough News, 1st April 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

At the Wheat Sheaf Inn.

Messrs. Pendered and Son

ARE instructed by Mr. S. Herbert (who is leaving), to SELL by Auction, on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 6th and 7th April, 1887, the Household FURNITURE, oil paintings, ancient engravings, pianoforte, &c.; also the Stock-in-Trade, utensils, and trade effects.

Also Nag Mare, 2 Dogcarts, core of old Hay, &c. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough.

Sale to commence each day at Eleven am.

Wellingborough News, 6th May 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Valuable PROPERTY, consisting of a Dwelling, house, with large Garden,
and extensive frontages to the High-street and Queen-street,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Friday, 20th May, 1887, at Six for Seven o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as will be then produced, by order of the Trustee of the late Mr. Thomas Lawton, in one lot, viz.:—All that MESSUAGE or Tenement, situate in the High-street, Rushden, with the large Garden and appurtenances thereto belonging, having a frontage of about 60 feet to the High-street, and of about 100 feet to a new street called Queen-street, late in the occupation of Mrs. Mary Ann Laughton (deceased).

The property is copyhold of the manor of Rushden, which being "fine certain" is considered nearly equal in value to freehold.

For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough, or to W. HIRST SIMPSON, solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 6th May 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

5 MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with Gardens and
suitable Outbuildings, situate in Duck-street,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheatsheaf Inn, Rushden, on Friday, 20th May, 1887, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening (by order of the Mortgagee), subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, in one or more Lots, as may be determined upon, viz.:

All that Brick-built and Slated Messuage or Tenement, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Parker; Three Stone-built and Thatched Messuages or Tenements, in the several occupations of Messrs. W. Billingham, G. Minney, and J. Mead; and a Brick-built Messuage or Tenement, in the occupation of Mr. John Cox—all adjoining—with the Gardens, Outbuildings, and Appurtenances thereto belonging.

The Property is Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, which being "Fine Certain" is considered nearly equal in value to Freehold.

For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS,
Wellingborough; or to
W. HIRST SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 6th & 13th May 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

FOR SALE, by Private Contract, all that Brick and Slated HOUSE and Business Premises, situate in High-street and West-street, containing Shop, with double-front plate-glass windows, parlour, living room, kitchen, scullery, and four bedrooms; workshop, barn, and garden, pump, with good supply of hard and soft water, gas fittings, and all fixtures to be included. The whole is in good repair, and suitable for any business requiring room, now in the occupation of Mr. Burgess, tailor, as monthly tenant.—For particulars and price, apply to Mr. GEORGE WILMOTT, Pork Butcher, Rushden, near Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 6th May 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Four FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or Tenements,
situate on the Bedford-road, Rushden,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheatsheaf Inn, Rushden, on Friday, 20th May, 1887, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, in one or more Lots, as may be determined upon, viz:—

All those Two Newly-built Freehold DWELLING HOUSES, with the Yard, Workshops, and Out-houses, and PIECE OF LAND adjoining, situate on the Bedford-road, Rushden, in the occupations of William Livingstone and Abel Brown; and also all those Two Stone-built COTTAGES adjoining, with the Yard, Workshops, and Outhouses, in the occupations of William Underwood and Joseph Knight; the whole let at moderate rentals amounting to £32 10s. per annum.

To View, apply to the Tenants, and for further particulars to the Auctioneers, to Mr. T. Affleck, the proprietor, or to
MESSRS. SHARMAN & JACKSON, Solicitors, all of Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 27th May 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALE—On Friday evening last Messrs. Pendered & Son offered for sale at the Wheatsheaf Inn several desirable lots of property. Lot 1, a house in the High-street, with large garden adjoining, having a frontage of about 60 feet to the High-street, and about 100 feet to a new streets called Queen-street (late in the occupation of Mrs. M. A. Laughton, deceased), copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, and "fine certain," realised £525, the purchaser being Mr. Brown, of Rushden, son-in-law of the late occupant. Lot 2, three stone-built and thatched cottages, and two brick-built and slated cottages all adjoining, situated in Duck-street, Rushden, also copyhold of the manor of Rushden, and "fine certain," were purchased by Mr. John Jacques, of Rushden, for £510. Lot 3, which consisted of four freehold cottages situated on the Bedford-road, with a piece of land adjoining, was withdrawn, £380 being the highest offer. Mr. W. Hirst Simpson, of Higham Ferrers, was the vendor's solicitor in Lots 1 and 2, and Messrs. Sharman and Jackson, of Wellingborough, in Lot 3. The attendance was large.

The Wellingborough News, 27th May 1887, transcribed by Jim Hollis

Sale of Several Properties

On Friday evening last Messrs. Pendered & Son offered for sale at the Wheatsheaf Inn several desirable lots of property. Lot 1, a house in the High-street, with a large garden adjoining, having a frontage of about 60 feet to the High-street, and about 100 feet to a new street called Queen-street (late in the occupation of Mrs. M. A. Laughton, deceased), copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, and “fine certain,” realised £525, the purchaser being Mr. Brown, of Rushden, son-in-law of the late occupant. Lot 2, three stone-built and thatched cottages, and two brick-built and slated ditto, all adjoining, situated in Duck-street, Rushden, and also copyhold of the manor of Rushden, and “fine certain,” were purchased by Mr. John Jacques, of Rushden, for £510. Lot 3, which consisted of four freehold cottages situated on the Bedford-road, with a piece of land adjoining, was withdrawn, £380 being the highest offer. Mr. W. Hirst Simpson, of Higham Ferrers, was the vendor’s solicitor in Lot1 and 2, and Messrs. Sharman and Jackson, of Wellingborough, in Lot 3. The attendance was large.

Wellingborough News, 24th June 1887, transcribed by Kay Collins

Building Land,
Rushden.

TO BE SOLD, several Plots of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, situate in Victoria-road, Rushden. Payments extended over three, four, or five years. Arrangements are made so that purchasers can secure small plots upon very easy terms.

For full particulars apply to the Agent,
Mr. John Jacques,
Duke-street, Rushden.

Wellingborough & Kettering News 02/03/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE:
IMPORTANT SALE OF 20 VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSES,
situate in Oliver Cromwell road, New Estate, Rushden.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY, Mr J. J. Coulbeck

AT the Rose and Crown Hotel, in Rushden, on Thursday, March 28th, 1889, at Six for Seven o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions of sale as will be then produced, in the following or such lots as may be determined upon, (by order of the owner):

Lot 1.—All those Five well-built newly-erected Freehold Messuages or Tenements, with good Workshops and other Outbuildings, situate on the east side of Oliver Cromwell-road, in the occupation of Messrs. Gross, Oliver, and others, bringing in a rental of 6s. per week each.

Lot 2.—All those Five Messuages or Tenements, similar to and adjoining Lot one, in the occupation of Messrs. James, Twelvetree, and others, (at the same rental).

Lot 3.—All those Five Messuages or Tenements, similar to and adjoining Lot two.

Lot 4.—All those Five Messuages or Tenements, similar to and adjoining Lot three.

The whole are well-built and very pleasantly situated, the drainage is complete, and are sold subject to the Vendor finishing the houses and erecting fences in from according to plan.

A contract is entered into to complete the roads forthwith.

A reasonable proportion of the purchase money can remain on mortgage.

Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Wellingborough; or of
F. Newman Esq.,
Solicitor, Rushden

Wellingborough & Kettering News 08/03/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

Important sale of FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in the centre of the town, comprising Eight MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, the Building used as a Primitive Methodist Chapel, and several lots of Valuable BUILDING LAND,

To be sold by auction, by
Messrs. Pendered & Son,

At the Coffee Tavern, Rushden, on Thursday, 21st March, 1889, at Six for Seven o'clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, in the following or such Lots as may be determined upon, by order of Mr. William Claridge.

Lot 1.—All those EIGHT MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, and the BUILDING used as a Primitive Methodist Chapel, abutting on the High-street, Rushden, opposite the Church, with yard, shops, and outbuildings, bounded on the south by the Green, containing altogether 1,175 square yards or thereabouts, as divided from Lots 2, 3 and 4, and coloured brown on the plan. This Lot is admirably situated for business purposes, and is let together with the building lots (as garden ground), at moderate weekly rentals amounting to £62 3s. 8d. per annum (gross).

Lot 2.—All that valuable corner plot of BUILDING LAND, adjoining Lot 1 on the west side thereof, with a frontage of 49 feet to the Wellingborough Road, and containing 479 square yards or thereabouts, and coloured blue on the plan.

Lot 3.—All that eligible Plot of BUILDING LAND, adjoining Lot 2 on the north side thereof, with a frontage of 49 feet to the Wellingborough-road, and containing 587 square yards or thereabouts, coloured yellow on the plan.

lot 4.—All that eligible Plot of BUILDING LAND, adjoining Lot 3 on the north side thereof, with a frontage of 49 feet to the Wellingborough road, and containing 703 square yards or thereabouts, coloured pink on the plan.

Lots 2, 3, and 4, are exceedingly well adapted for private residences, being very pleasantly situated, and lying remarkably well for drainage

A Plan of Lotting may be seen at the offices of Mr. H. A. Cooper, architect and surveyor, Rushden, and will be produced at the time of sale.

Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Wellingborough; or of
W. Hirst Simpson
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough & Kettering News 29/03/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

Sale of Freehold Property – An important sale of property took place at the Coffee Tavern on Thursday evening last week, when Messrs. Pendered and Son were the auctioneers, acting on behalf of Mr Wm. Claridge. Lot 1, which consisted of eight houses and the building used as a Primitive Methodist Chapel, opposite the Church, was started at £300, and knocked down to Mr. Banks Skinner (of the firm of Lilley and Skinner) for £810. Lots 2 and 3, consisting of building land, with frontages to the Wellingborough-road were withdrawn, 5s. 11d. per yard being the highest bid. Lot 4 was a plot of building land with a 69ft. frontage to the Wellingborough road, and this found a purchaser in Mr. Samuel Parker of Church Street, for 5s. 2d. per yard. Mr. W H Simpson, of Higham Ferrers, was solicitor to the vendor.

From Wellingborough & Kettering News22/03/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
To builders, contractors, and others.
Important Sale of Well-Seasoned Building Timber, &c.

Mr. J. J. Coulbeck

Is Favoured with instructions by the Executors of the late Mr. Wm. Foskett, builder and contractor, Rushden, to sell by auction on the premises, Rushden. on Thursday. April 4th, 1839. the whole of his Extensive STOCK-IN-TRADE of well-seasoned Timber, Scaffolding, Ironmongery, Gas Engine, Circular Saws, Bench Saws, Carts, Timber Carriages, Harness, &c.

Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp. For further particulars see bills and future advertisements.

N.B. — The House and Business Premises also adjoining land of the late Mr. Foskett will be sold by auction about the end of April, of which due notice will be given. Auctioneer's Offices, Cheese Lane, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough & Kettering News 31/05/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

PROPERTY SALE—On Monday evening last, a sale of property took place at the Rose and Crown Inn, when a large and influential company attended. The sale was conducted by Messrs. Macquire and Tarry, of Northampton, under a deed of assignment, for the benefit of the creditors of Mr. Wm. Spencer, plumber, glazier, etc., of Rushden. The first lot offered consisted of two newly-erected dwelling-houses, situate in Fitzwilliam-street, Rushden, together with the large yard, in the occupation of Mr. William Spencer, plumber, glazier, carter, &c. This was started at the sum of £400, and was ultimately knocked down to Mr. Watkin, Northampton, for £530. Lot two consisted of five plots of building land, situate in Moor-road, Rushden, having a frontage of 95 feet, a depth of 80 feet, and a total area of 845 square yards or thereabouts. This was withdrawn, the highest bid being 2s. 5d. per yard. Messrs Pugh, Phillips and Morgan were the solicitors for the vendors.

Wellingborough & Kettering News 07/06/1889, transcribed by Peter Brown

PROPERTY SALE—On Thursday evening Pendered & Son offered for sale by auction three lots of copyhold property, situate in High-street, Rushden belonging to Mr. Alderman. The first lot, consisting of the house occupied by the vendor, was knocked down to Mr. W. Hirst Simpson, for the sum of £520. Lot 2, the house adjoining the first lot, in the occupation of Mr. A. Laughton, was purchased by Mr. W. Lewin, of Wellingborough, for the sum of £350. Lot 3, consisting of 813 square yards of building land, fronting Punn's-lane, was bought by Mr. Paul Cave, the sum of £100. Mr. W. J. Henry was the solicitor for the vendor.

Rushden Argus, 20th December 1889, transcribed by Kay Collins

Short Notice of Sale

New Hall, Rushden

To be Sold by Auction, by
Charles Smeathers

On Monday, December 23rd, at two o’clock in the evening, a superior quantity of FURNITURE (without reserve), consisting of: Walnut dining-room ... in leather, walnut inlaid oval table, 3 ... , black and gold pier glasses, 4 walnut occasional tables—twisted pillars, 2 mahogany ... and rings, 3 pairs superior oil paintings, 4 ...ts and hearthrugs, harmonium in mahogany ..., carved and inlaid walnut table, 12 dining ... chairs, couches and easy chairs, sewing machine (new, Jones’ No. $), brass rail and other bedsteads, 4 pairs new straw palliasses, wool beds, bolsters and pillows, handsome pair duchess tables with plate back and jewel drawers, cane seat and other chairs, 2 chests of drawers in mahogany and birch, washstands and dressing tables, deal kitchen tables, 3 kitchen fenders and all kitchen requisites, and about 60 lots of other goods too numerous to mention, which must be cleared, 2 iron safes, 40 gross heel balls, leather, boots, &c. [Note: this newsclip is damaged at one edge]



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