Doomsday Green Road, Horsham to be sold by Auction by Mr C Hunt (by virtue of an Execution of the Sheriff of Sussex) on the Premises of Mr David Rowland’s Bricklayer, on Tuesday 12th May 1840 at one o’clock in the afternoon.

All the household Furniture and other effects comprising;
Stained four-post and tent bedsteads with printed cotton and check furnitures, goose and other feather beds, bolsters and pillows, mattresses, blankets, sheets, quilts, wash-stand, mahogany and wainscot dining, Pembroke and claw tables, mahogany chairs and bookcase with glazed doors, pier and dressing glasses, ash chairs, painted desk, corner cupboard, plate shelves, china tea service, rummer, tumbler and wine glasses, brass and iron candlesticks, brass mortar and pestle, flat and Italian irons, fire back, brand irons, pothook, fire irons, parlour stoves and fenders, japan trays, copper furnace, copper and iron pots, kettles, saucepans and frypan, iron bound casks, brewing and washing tubs and pails, churn, milk pans, crocks, pickle jars, Staffordshire and brown ware, a wheellbarrow, garden tools and numerous other articles.

Printed by Charles Hunt, West Street, Horsham

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