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From the Sussex Express, 14th September 1867
BEDDINGHAM FARM, NEAR LEWES, SUSSEX – Valuable draught and nag horses, colts, first class Hereford working oxen (forward in flesh), Devon steers and short horn heifers (forward in flesh), dairy cows, about 60 ewes and 70 ewe and ram lambs of Mr Ellman's well known breed, poultry, agricultural machinery, implements and effects,


Upon the premises, on Friday, October the 4th, 1867, by instructions from the proprietor, Thomas Ellman, Esq, relinquishing agricultural pursuits,

COMPRISING 11 fine shaped draught horses, three three years old colts 'quiet good workers', a light active black gelding, broken to single harness, a valuable weight carrying grey cob six years old, about 15 hands high, broken to harness, a handsome bay pony about 13½ hands high, broken to harness and quiet to ride, two pairs of seven years old first class Hereford working oxen, and four pairs three years old ditto, all forward in flesh, 12 short horn three years old fatting heifers and six two years old Devon steers forward in flesh, five young mixed bred Alderney and Devon cows in calf, 60 ewes of various ages, 60 ewe lambs, 10 ram lambs of the much admired and well known Beddingham flock, a quantity of Spanish and Dorking fowls, four horse power thrashing machine, agricultural machinery, waggons, carts, harness, ploughs, scarifiers, the usual assortment of minor implements of husbandry, a very neat light double bodied phaeton, a silver plated light chaise harness, iron garden roller, brewing and dairy utensils and effects. Luncheon will be provided at ten o'clock. Sale to commence immediately after.

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