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Field Authority Lists – Announcement Type (SGRP) Authority List

The field SGRP draws together advertisements under general headings which refer to the most obvious aspects of their content. The largest groupings are COMMODITY and SERVICE.

PREFERRED TERM: USE FOR:
BUSINESS ACCOUNTING calling of debts, payment of accounts between individuals and/or companies
BUSINESS ALTERATION change of business practice, change of ownership, change of management, expansion, re-opening, transfer, renaming, improvement, to let, for sale
BUSINESS
ANNOUNCEMENT
business hours, postponement of a sale
BUSINESS CLOSURE bankruptcy
BUSINESS OPENING
BUSINESS
ORGANIZATION
partnership notices – i.e. formation and dissolution of, and changes to partnerships
COMMODITY commodities for sale or wanted to buy
COMMUNICATION
CRAFTSMEN
CRIME
ELECTIONS
ENTERTAINMENT
GOVERNMENT
ACTIVITIES
administrative activities, regulations, post office
HEALTH disease, epidemics, vital statistics
HIGHWAYS road construction and repair
LAND the sale or rental of real estate
MILITARY
PERSONAL NOTICES family relationships
POOR RELIEF
PORT NEWS
POSSESSIONS lost, found and stolen moveables
PRIZE MONEY
PROBATE estate notices
RELIGION
RUNAWAYS-SLAVERY
SERVICE
SOCIETIES meetings of clubs and organizations

PRODUCT TRANSACTION (SPROD) AUTHORITY LIST
OCCUPATION (SOCC) AUTHORITY LIST
LAND TYPE (SLTY) AUTHORITY LIST
LAND FEATURES (SLFE) AUTHORITY LIST
ANNOUNCEMENT TYPE (SGRP) AUTHORITY LIST
SUBJECT CROSS-REFERENCE (SUB) AUTHORITY LIST
RAILWAY (SRAL) AUTHORITY LIST

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