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Notice of sale of effects of Thomas Butler

    By Mr. COLLINS,
On MONDAY the 5th of May, 1800, and the following Days,
ALL the neat and genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, a Capital Collection of Prints, by the most estimed Artists, &c. &c. of THOMAS BUTLER, Esq. deceased, at his late Residence in His Majesty's Dock Yard ; comprising Four-post and Field Bedsteads, with Printed Calico and Moreen Furnitures, and Window Curtains to correspond ; fine bordered Goose Feather-Beds, Mattresses, Blankets, and Counterpanes :—In Mahogany, are Dining, Card, Pillar, Pembroke, and Night Tables ; capital Side-Board, with Cellaret ; Drawers, Secretary, and Book-case ; Bureaus, Bason-stands, Dumb Waiter, and Sofa and Cover ; Mahogany Chairs, painted Arm ditto, with Cushions and Covers, and Window Curtains to match ; Mahogany and Venetian Window Blinds ; Brussels and Kidderminster Carpets ; capital Pier and Chimney Glasses, in rich Gilt Frames ; Dressing Glasses, Register Stoves, and Marble Chimney-Piece ; capital Wind-up Jack compleat ; a quantity of Empty Bottles ; Kitchen Requisites, Washing Utensils, and various other Articles.
    May be viewed the Saturday preceding the Sale (from eleven till two o'clock), and Catalogues had at the Auctioneer's, Union-street, Portsea.
    The Sale to begin each morning at Eleven o'Clock.

Source: Portsmouth Telegraph; Mottley's Naval & Military Journal (archived at Local & Naval Studies, Portsmouth Central Library as Hampshire Telegraph) 28.4.1800 p1 c3

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