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From the Sussex Express, 16th September 1892



Are instructed TO SELL BY AUCTION (in consequence of the expiration of Mr Gearing’s tenancy), on the premises, Comps Farm, Beddingham, 2½ miles from Lewes, on WEDNESDAY, the 5th OCTOBER, 1892, at Eleven for Twelve o’clock precisely.

The whole of the capital LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, comprising four powerful CART HORSES, 12 shorthorn DAIRY COWS in full milk, two wagons, four spring and tip carts, harness, five-sweep reaping machine, by Hornsby, paragon mowing machine, haymaking machine, ploughs, harrows, scarifiers, winnowing machine, farming implements, dairy utensils and other effects.

On view day prior and morning of sale.

Catalogues had on the premises: at the principal Hotels at Lewes: and of the AUCTIONEERS, 34 and 35, St Martin’s Lane, Charing Cross, London, W.C.

Listed under the Topics: Farming & For Sale

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