Two printed Advertisement forms, with copies of advertisements to be inserted, one by Gratton Hayes.

The Staffordshire Sentinel (established 1853) [Gratton Hayes; Challinors and Shaw; Pownall Stubbs]
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SKU: 5112

Both items very good and docketed on reverse. Both advertisements appear to have been placed by Challinors & Shaw, solicitors. ITEM ONE (printed on one side of a piece of paper roughly ten inches by eight wide) is headed 'CIRCULATION OVER 180,000 WEEKLY.' Describes the paper as 'The County Newspaper and Leading Journal for Staffordshire' and the 'largest Newspaper and the best and most influential Advertising Medium' in the county. Tipped in at bottom of uncompleted advertisement form is a newspaper cutting for an advertisement of the sale by auction by Samuel Mottram of a freehold farm 'known as Gratton Hayes'. ITEM TWO (on piece of paper roughly nine and a half inches by six wide) is a smaller version of the same advertisement, with a newspaper cutting tipped in at top left-hand corner for the sale by Fergyson & Son of two houses 'in Britannia street, in Leek, lately in the occupation of Mr. Pownall Stubbs'.