Northampton Mercury, 24th March 1832
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and OTHER EFFECTS
The property of Thos. Williams, Esq.
(Who is leaving the county),
WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION
By Mr. H. PULLEY,
On the Premises, on Monday the 2nd day of April 1832, and following day,
Comprising mahogany four-post and other bedsteads, with chintz and dimity furnitures; superior goose feather beds, hair and wool mattresses, straw palliasses and bedding, dressing tables and swing glasses, chests of drawers, mahogany night commodes, mahogany wardrobe, mahogany dining, Pembroke, card, work, and other tables, dining and drawing-room chairs, carpets, sets of book shelves, superior mahogany office desk, treble flageolet (by Bainbridge), and flute (by Potto), eight keys; fenders and fire irons, excellent eight-day clock, kitchen requisites, double and single-horse phæton, and harness, market and dung carts, cucumber frames, brewing utensils, quantity of wood, &c.
May be viewed two days prior to the sale.—Catalogues may be had on the premises; Hind Inn, Wellingborough; or of the Auctioneer, High-street, Bedford.—Sale to commence each day at Ten o’clock; the action duty to be paid by the purchasers.
N.B. The House and Premises to be Let, with immediate possession; for particulars, apply to Mr. H. Pulley, House and Land Agent, Bedford.