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Saturday 7 October 1809 - Sale of Stock at Mr Holland's Upper Farm

Category Wickhamford
The Oxford Journal
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SALE of STOCK the 12th Instant.

CAPITAL EWES and other SHEEP STOCK; also some useful CART HORSES, in-calf HEIFERS, STIRKS, and rearing CALVES; OXEN, rising three years old; sundry WAGGONS, CARTS, GEERING, and other useful IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, on the premises on Mr. Holland’s Upper Farm, at Wickhamford, near Evesham, Worcestershire, who is unexpectedly leaving a great portion of his lands: the sheep flock consist of a hundred breeding ewes, and as many lambs, the whole of which have been invariably bred from the well-known flock of Mr. Prentice, of Salford, for 18 years past. The cull ewes have been disposed of some weeks past; and nothing but necessity would induce Mr. H. to dispose of his flock or cattle and implements, which will now be SOLD on Thursday next, the 12th day of October, to commence at Ten o’clock in the morning. – The sheep and heifers are well worth the attention of the public.

Catalogues to be had at Evesham in due time.