Freehold, Rudgwick, Sussex, to be sold by auction by Plumer & Son on Thursday 3rd January 1839, at the Queen’s Head, Bucks Green, at two o’clock.
A freehold brick built house at Tisman’s Common, Rudgwick; this compact dwelling contains kitchen, wash-house, cellar, and 4 chambers with convenient closets and cupboards, a detached 3-room building and piggery. The garden is planted with abundance of thriving young fruit trees in the occupation of William Lipscomb who will show the premises.

For further particulars apply to Mr Padwick solicitor, or the Auctioneers, Horsham

Printed by Charles Hunt, West Street, Horsham

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