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81. A catalogue of the particulars of the dwelling house, coach-house, and stables for four horses : with another House, Ware-House, and Court-Yard adjoining, near Old Bethlem, of Sir Joseph Eyles, Deceas'd. Likewise, all the houshold and other furniture; consisting of Damask and other Beds, Window-Curtains, and Hangings; Pier, Chimney, and Glass Sconces; India, Rose-Wood and Mahogany Cabinets, Screens, Chests, Tables, and Chairs; rich Brussels Tapestry; Persia, and other Carpets; great Choice of the old fine Japan China, and particularly, a most exquit site Set of fine Landskip Dresden China; a Sideboard of useful Plate; a Wardrobe of exceeding good Houshold Linnen, fine wrought Quilts, Counterpanes, &c. together with sundry Fire-Arms, a very handsome Town Chariot, with a Pair of good Coach-Horses, and other valuable Effects. To which is added, the collection of Edward Jeffryes, of the Inner Temple, Esq; deceas'd. The Furniture, Pictures, &c may be view'd at the Place of Sale on Friday the 12th instant, and every Day after (sunday excepted) till the Time of Sale, which will begin each Day at Eleven in the Forenoon. Which will be sold by auction, on Tuesday the 16th of this instant December, 1740, and the Five following Days, at his House in Alderman's Walk, Bishopsgate. Catalogues of which may be had gratis on Thursday the 11th, at the Place of Sale; at Batson's Coffee-House, Cornhill; and at Mr. Cocks, in the Great Piazza Covent-Garden. N. B. By order of the Executors of an Eminent Weaver Deceas'd, Immediately after the Holydays will be exposed to Sale at Mr. Cock's in the Great Piazza Covent Garden, A very large Parcel of the newest fashioned Silks, which were designed for the Spring Trade, such as Brocades, Damasks, Padesoys, Tabbies, New Striped and Plain Ducapes. Mantua's, &c. Which will be cut into proper Quantities, for the Accomodation of the Town.