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From the Sussex Advertiser, 6th October 1846

Glynde, near Lewes

30 capital Milch Cows, 21 Cart and Riding Horses, a herd of Swine, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and very numerous Agricultural Implements



On Wednesday, the 7th of October, 1846, at 11

The whole of the Milch Cows, cart Horses, several Riding Horses, all the Swine, and Agricultural implements belonging to John Ellman, Esq, quitting the Glynde Farm; comprising 30 capital runt and other cows, extraordinarily good for the pail or suckling; 14 powerful carthorses, two fine three-year-old ditto; a strong black gelding for a four wheel carriage, very quiet; a grey mare, "Agilis", the winner of the Farmer's Stakes, fresh for hunting; a promising well-bred four-years old brown gelding, adapted for either saddle or harness; a stout cob; four fine sows with pigs; 12 shuts; one boar; dairy and brewing utensils; six wagons; ten carts; a large water cart, nearly new; a famous large iron park roller, with neb and rods; several wood rollers, ploughs, harrows, edgets, all the cart harness, brewing tubs and keelers, a quantity of excellent casks, two cheese presses, two churns milk leads and tins, shelves, milk stands, other dairy requisites, and the very numerous small agricultural implements. Also, a beautiful North American birch bark Canoe, 22 feet long, with paddles.

Mr Ellman having taken the whole of the Live and Dead Stock at Landport, pledges himself to offer none for sale but those of the Glynde Farm.

Printed catalogue to be now had of the AUCTIONEERS, at Lewes

Listed under the Topics: Farming & For Sale

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