[Printed newspaper, with halfpenny tax stamp.] Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser.

John Gore, proprietor of Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser [John Blackburne (1754-1833) of Hale Hall, near Liverpool, and Orford Hall, Warrington, Member of Parliament for Lancashire, 1784-1830]
Publication details: 
['Advertisements taken in by J. Gore, Castle-Street, Liverpool'.] No. 1260. - Vol. XXV. Thursday, February 18, 1790. Price Three Pence Halfpenny.
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4pp., folio. Bifolium. Complete, on aged and worn paper. From the papers of John Blackburne, who has marked in pencil an advertisement of 'TIMBER | TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, | At the house of Thomas Green, in the Little-Corn-Market in Warrington, in the county of Lancashire, upon Wednesday the 3d day of March, 1790, at six o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced.' Three lots are given: first, 370 oak trees on Blackburne's estate at 'Risley, within the parish of Winwick [...] in the occupation of Peter Wilkinson'; second, 577 oak trees at Risley, 'upon an estate in the occupation of George Rylands'; third, 25 ash trees, on estates in the occupation of John Eden and George Rylands. 'The tenants upon the estates will shew the Timber; and, for further particulars, apply to Mr. Phipp, steward to John Blackburne, Esq. or to Mr. Maire, attorney, in Warrington.'