On This Day!
8th September 1832.
We noticed the following advertisement in The Suffolk Chronicle; or Weekly General Advertiser & County Express and transcribe it here with the kind permission of the British Newspaper Archives.
IN WALBERSWICKThe entire Live and Dead Farming Stock, Carriages,
Harness, and Implements in Agriculture,
THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE
ISAAC WALES, ESQ., DECEASED,
WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION,By WM. GIRLING B Y D I R E C T I O N O F T H E E X E C U T O R S
(The Estate being Let.)
On Wednesday, the 12th of September, at 12 o'clock, without any reservation
SEVEN strong chesnut cart mares and geldings, capital 2-year old chesnut cart colt, year-old ditto, clever poney rising 4 years old, 7 capital Galloway bullocks fit for slaughter, 2 Ransomes' patent foot ploughs, beet plough, 3 gangs of harrows, 2 rolls, very excellent iron scarifier, 3 waggons, 4 tumbrels, poney gig, with apron, cushions, and harness; 20 bullock bins, 4 sheeps' racks, 4 doz.hurdles, garden roll, large brewing tub, 15 pair of cart and plough harness, and the usual working tools.