in the New-Street, near St. Martin’s church

To be SOLD by AUCTION
By R R DRAKE
SWORN APPRAISER & AUCTIONEER
On Tuesday the 16th of June 1767

The Genuine Household Furniture of Captain Wade at his Dwelling-House in the New-Street, near St. Martin’s church in Leicester, Consisting of good Oak Bedsteads and their Furniture, Feather Beds, Blankets and Quilts, Looking Glasses, Carpets, Mahogany Tables, Chairs, China, Pewter, and Brass, an exceeding good Copper, Barrells and Brewing Vessels and other useful Kitchen Furniture. — The Goods to be viewed, and Catalogues to be had on Monday the 15th of June, at the Place of Sale.
++A very handsome Sedan Chair will be sold at the same Auction, lined with superfine white Cloth, Silk fringed Curtains, with Tassells, Poles, Straps complete; made by the most eminent Chair-maker in London.

N.B. R. R. Drake is removed from his late Dwelling House to a large and Convenient House at the upper end of Belgrave Gate near the Coal Hill in Leicester, where all Persons may be supplied with all sorts of Feather Beds, Wool-Beds, Blankets, Quilts, Coverlids, Rugs, Sheets, Bedsteds, Curtains, together or separate, Mahogany and other Tables and Chairs, Pier, Sconce, Chimney and Swing Looking Glasses, Pewter Plates and Dishes, Brass Pots and Kettles, Glass Bottles, Clocks &c. with all other Sorts of Household Goods New or Second Hand at the Lowest Rates.