Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
10th April 1770

To be sold by Auction by Gabriel WHISTLER, Upholder and Auctioneer, on
Thursday, 19th inst. April 1770 and the succeeding Days, the entire
Household Furniture of the late Rev. Dean DELANY, at his house in Delvin in
Glassnevin, the Furniture consists of crimson Silk Damask, Four-post Beds
with Mahogany carved and ornamented with Pillars, Window Curtains and the
Hangings of Rooms to match ditto; green Damask Four-post Beds, Paragon,
Callimanco and checque ditto, with Window Curtains and Chairs to Match,
Stuffed Back and Seat Chairs covered with crimson English Mohair, and Window
Curtains of the same, best seasoned Feather Beds, Blankets and Quilts, large
Pier and Chimney Glasses allowed to be as good Plates as any in this
Kingdom, Indian and Mohogany Cloaths Chests with every other Requisite in
the Furniture Way, and in the present Taste, which will be more fully
expressed in Hand Bills.

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