Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Thursday News - Sales

17th April 1795
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION (By THOMAS PENNY) on the Premises of Mrs CAMPLIN in DYKE in the Parish of BOURN in the County of Lincoln on TUESDAY the 28th Day of APRIL, 1795. SEVEN HORSES and MARES about FOURTEEN BEASTS of Different Ages and some IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY. Six Months´ Credit will be given (on an Approved Security) for all Bargains above Forty Shillings. The Sale to begin at Ten o´clock in the Forenoon.

 23rd January 1795
SKENDLEBY near SPILSBY - NURSERY of TREES to be SOLD. A Variety of Forest Trees, Fruit Trees, Evergreens and Flowering Shrubs, Bulbous and Herbaceous Flower Roots etc, Garden Seeds of all Kinds: Clover Seeds, Grass Seeds of all Sorts, for the improvement of Lands; Rape and Turnip Seeds of different Sorts, the Turnip Seed chiefly of his own raising, with a particularly fine Sort never before sown in these Parts: all the above warranted to be of the best Quality, and the Lowest Prices by:- John OLIVER, Nursery & Seedsman. Good Allowances for Trade.

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