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On the Premises, on Wednesday next, the 19th of October, 1825, by virtue of on Execution of the Sheriff,
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Stock in Trade, and other Effects of Mr GEORGE WEBB, Miller and Farmer, at Beddingham, consisting of a four-wheel miller's van, a ditto cart, a light cart, a dung cart, several harnesses, a useful horse, an Alderney co, a small stack of barley, about five quarters of thrashed ditto, a stump of tare hay, a sow in pig, three young hogs, 7 sacks of flour, one quarter of old wheat, sacks, scales, weights, measures, and small husbandry implements, a piece of mangel worzel, a piece of Swedish turnips, together with the whole of the neat Household Furniture.
To begin at eleven, precisely, with the Stock in Trade, and the Furniture at three.
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