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Navy Oak Timber at North Stoneham and the Isle of Wight, to be sold, 1825

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The Navy Timber, at North Stoneham and the Isle of Wight, advertised in the first page to be sold, at the Mason’s Arms, Swaythling, on Tuesday the 5th of April, WILL NOT BE SOLD till THURSDAY the 7th.

Navy Oak Timber, Ash, and Elm,
At North Stoneham and the Isle of Wight.

To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr Young, on Tuesday the 5th of April next, 1825, at the Mason's Arms, Swaythling, near Southampton, at three o’clock in the afternoon,–The undermentioned valuable Lots of prime OAK TIMBER, and six Lots of ASH and one of ELM–

Lot No.
1–115Oak Trees, standing in Northend Coppice, marked1
7–55Ditto In Hutt Wood7
9–36Ditto in the Park, &c.9
10–10Ditto in the Aldergully10
11–3Ditto lying in the Park, at per foot,J F
12–11Elm Trees lying in different places, dittoJ F
Lot No.
1–167Oak Trees, standing in Combley Wood West, markedJ F
2–167Ditto Eastditto
3–116Ditto at Newnhamditto
4–172Ditto in Cherrywood Coppiceditto
5–109Ash Trees dittoditto
6–49Ditto at Quorr and therebyditto
7–24Ditto at Newnham and therebyditto
8–105Ditto in Combley Woodditto
9–24Ditto at Combley Lynnditto
10–72Ditto, in Combley Meadow & Fatting Groundditto

For viewing the same, apply to Mr W. Adamson, at Stoneham Park; and for that in the Isle of Wight, to Mr James Barton, at Binstead Lodge, near Ryde.


  1. Hampshire Advertiser, 26 Mar 1825
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