MONDAY, JULY 28, 1862 at One o'clock in the Afternoon precisely
MR NEILSON is instructed by the Executors of Miss Thompson to SELL BY AUCTION, at her late Residence at HEBBURN COLLIERY, on the above Date, the whole of the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other EFFECTS, compromising Mahogany Dining, Loo, Card, Pemborke, and other Tables; Mahogany Sofa and Couch, both in Hair Seating; Pair of easy Chairs, in Patent Leather, by Tweedy; other Easy Chairs; Three Sets of Mahogany Chairs, in Hair Seating, Six each; other Mahogany chairs; Mahogany Bookcase, & c.; Spanish Mahogany Bookcase; Square Piano-Forte, in Mahogany Case; Music Stool; Mahogany Secretary and Drawers. The Bed Rooms contain Four-post, Mahogany, and other Bedsteads, with Dimity Hangings; Prime Feather Beds; Double and Lobby Chests of Drawers; Wardrobe, Mahogany; several Mahogany Dressing Glasses; Washstands; Dressing Tables;Toilet Ware; Bedroom Chairs; Night Commode, &c., &c. The usual Kitchen Furniture and Requisites, including a Mangle and Excellent Eight Day Clock. Miscellaneous Goods:- Carpets, several Kidderminster, Hearth rugs; Fender and Irons; Chimney Mirrors; Cornices and Window hangings, Colza and other lamps; Ware; Glass; China; Cutlery; Ornaments; Pictures; Books, &c., &c.
The Goods may be Viewed on the Saturday before the Sale, from Ten to Four O'clock, and on the morning of the Sale till Twelve.
The Red Star Line of Steamers has a landing in front of The House.
The Sale will commence on the Arrival of the 12 O'clock steamer from Newcastle.
Gateshead Sale Offices, 1862ö
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