Northampton Mercury Saturday January 20th 1877, transcribed by Susan Manton
Five Newly and Substantially erected
With Draper's shop, workshops and Outbuildings,
Most pleasantly situated at Rushden and known as "Lion Terrace"
To be sold by auction, by Messrs. Pendered & Son
At the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden on Thursday, the 25th day of January 1877 at six o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions as will be then produced and in the following or such lots as may be determined upon:-
Lot 1 All those three copyhold Messuages or Tenements, situated in Lion Terrace, Rushden aforesaid, together with workshops, barns, gardens and appurtenances thereto belonging in the occupations of Messrs. Wm. Brown, Wm. Sergeant and Ebenezer Knight, at a moderate rental amounting to £35 per annum
Lot 2 All those TWO copyhold MESSUAGES of Tenements, situated in Lion Terrace, Rushden, aforesaid, adjoining Lot 1 together with the workshops, barns, gardens and appurtenances thereto belonging in the occupations of Wm. Sanders (the proprietor) and Mr. Thomas Percival.
There is a back way to each lot. The Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden being fine certain, is nearly equal to Freehold.
To view apply on the Premises; and for further particulars to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough; or to W. Hirst Simpson, Solicitor Higham Ferrers.