CATALOGUE OF 14 OXFORD DOWN RAM LAMBS for Sale by Auction by Paxton & Holiday, Sept. 6th, 1917.
3pp., small 8vo., 1917... with... Banbury Fair, Sept 1st 1892, Auction of 25 Superior Oxford Down Ram Lambs. Small card, printed on one side only with details.
1917 and 1892.
Banbury, Chipping Norton
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XLV.N.W.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 13" x 14", plus wide margins. Cancelled 'Record Map' stamp in margin.
Chipping Norton, Chadlington
ACCOUNT OF SIR EDWIN BAYNTUN SANDYS in account with S. Beale.
Notebook with 43 double-page spreads for debit and credit, plus many blank leaves, size 7" x 4«", limp calf wraps, chipped at edges, new thin card spine laid under calf.
Jan. 1812 - Feb. 1819.
¶ Presumably Sir Edwin Bayntun Sandys of Misserden Castle and Chadlington Hall. Notes mostly sums advanced, interest, etc, rather than specific expenditure: includes sums 'Sent to you at Miserden', 'Paid Inn bill at Woodstock', 'paid your coachman', 'Miss Bayntun annuity' 'Dr. to you at Burford to remit Mrs Davis in Town for School Bill', 'Recd. Chief Rents at Miserden Court', 'By draft to you at St. John's College to pay rent... £90...', 'Received rents at Chadlington' (Sir Edwin was Lord of the Manor). Sir Edwin apparently borrowed large sums from Beale 'On 20th April 1816 Sir E.B. Sandys drew a Draft on me at 3 months for 500L, and which I at first refused to accept but which I was induced to accept... at the very particular request of Sir E...'
Hoyle (Walter), Artist
SHELL GUIDE TO OXFORDSHIRE Poster, lithograph and letterpress printing, glossy surface.
Illustration showing river with Magdalen Tower, dinosaur skeleton, William Morris wallpaper, etc. Description and map with key below. Overall size 29" x 20", metal hanger top and bottom. Red and yellow Shell logo at bottom.
6 WALTON STREET, JERICHO. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Strong Coal Cart.... Harness, and various Effects. To be Sold by Auction by Messrs T. Mallam and Son, On the Premises on Thursday, March 29th, 1855....
Poster, size 15 x 10"
H. Cooke & Co, Printers, Oxford, 1855.
¶ Includes an extensive list of the 121 items in the sale, listed room by room.
Littlemore, near Oxford
CATALOGUE OF PART OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Brewing Plant, Useful Pony, 2 Fat Pigs, Quantity of Potatoes and various Effects, To Be Sold by Auction by Messrs T. Mallam and Son, On Friday Next, the 28th Day of September, 1855....
Poster, size 17" x 13", few folds.
Printed by H. Cooke & Co, Oxford, 1855.
¶ Includes an extensive list of the items in the sale.
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PEREMPTORY SALE Under an Execution, and by Order of the High Sheriff of Oxfordshire. To Be Sold by Auction by Messrs T. Mallam and Son, On the Premises, Park End Wharf, and near to the Railway Station, on Wednesday Next, December the 21st, 1853.... Two Useful Horses, Spring Van, Carts, Harness, Cochin China Fowls, a few Lots of Furniture and effects of Mr John Gammon....
Poster, size 20" x 14«", few folds, slight off-setting.
Printed by H. Cooke & Co, Oxford, 1853.
¶ Includes an extensive list of the items in the sale.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP scale 6" to 1 mile.
Composite map, Sheet XXXIII S.E. and the two sheets to the left, size 52" x 12", plus margins. plus section 13" x 18", covering Cumnor and North Hinksey. Overprinted in red by Oxford Corporation with information about intended aqueduct, pipe lines, Intended Headington Service Reservoir etc.
PLAN OF AN ESTATE AT SYDENHAM AND CHINNOR in the County of Oxford, The Property of Henry Burrows Esq., by Richd. Raine 1828.
Manuscript plan in ink and wash colour on vellum, size 25" x 22", plus margins. Scale 5" = 6 chains. Title in a variety of decorative lettering styles, with flourishes, compass rose, scale bar. Shows buildings (some in pink some in grey), roads, 'Chinnor Footway', parish boundary, hedges drawn along boundaries of fields and of roads, orchards and gardens, coppice areas. Pasture areas shaded green, arable in buff lines. 'Sydenham Village' marked in bold Gothic lettering, with small drawing of Church in elevation. Adjoining owners named. Reference Table bottom left, with numbers on plan (1-32), with Description of Premises, State, Quantities. Extends from the road from Thame to Chinnor top right, to the road from Tetsworth to the Church on the left. An interesting feature of this map is the many narrow strips of land in 'Sturt Furlong'.
¶ A very finely drawn and lettered plan. Richard Raine (1799-1848) is listed in Eden's Dictionary of Land Surveyors as 'of Doughty St., London and Woodstock, Oxfordshire.' The Burrows family were originally woollen drapers from Thame.
POSTCARD showing the stones around five pine trees.
Black and white photograph by Frank Packer, titled in white in plate, posted.
St. Martins, Oxford
ASSIGNMENT of the Estate and Effects of Joseph Wickens of the Parish of St. Martin in the City of Oxford, Cordwainer, dealer and Chapman, a Bankrupt, to Samuel Jackson of Windmill St., London, Currier, Maurice Blackford of Wantage, Cordwainer, John Coleman of Oxford, Currier.
On paper, 3 pages size 22" x 15", signed by Commissioners and assignees with small papered seals.
¶ Wickens is described as having for two years carried on the 'business of a cordwainer by buying of Leather and working up and converting the same into Shoes Boots and Vandykes'.
EXTRACT FROM THE AWARD of the Commissioners acting under an Act of Parliament for dividing and enclosing the common fields.... within the parish of Westcott Barton... within the Liberty of Middle Barton in the parish of Steeple Barton... in so far as relates to the Allotments in lieu of property of Samuel Churchill a Bankrupt.
Manuscript, 26p., folio, docket title.
Paper watermarked 1838.
¶ The Act dated from 1796.
LETTER signed S.T. Cole, to an unknown correspondent, dated Tredenham 5 May 1820.
22 lines on both sides of single 4to sheet. Says he has received 'the Nos. from 23 to 27'. Refers to Lady Sophia Pierrepoint 'who is a friend of my Wife's Lady Elizth. Cole.' Suggests that he visit Mr Walter Jewkes(?) house which is near his relation Sir Henry Ibbetson's.
¶ 'As you intend to Print the subscribers names I send mine underneath as correct. On my Estate at Stoke Lyne in Oxon. at one Period stood a very Fine Building placed in a delightful situation but during the Life Time of the late Countess of Shipbrook from whom I inherit the Place it was burnt to the Ground'.
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