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From the Ipswich Journal, 22nd August 1835



Respectfully informs the Breeders of short-woolled Sheep, that he will have, at the ensuing Ipswich Lamb Fair, on the 22nd of August, SIX VERY SUPERIOR SOUTHDOWN RAMS, for LETTING by PUBLIC AUCTION. They will be put up singly at 3 o'clock on the first day of the Fair, and may be purchased afterwards on moderate terms if required.

Mr Boys confidently relies on the merits of his Sheep to recommend them to the notice of any Gentleman desirous of improving his breed; they have been selected from the GLYNDE FLOCK ever since 1789, and possess more of that pure old blood than any Sheep in the Kingdom.

Waldershare, July 30th, 1835.

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