Richard Holden, Shopkeeper 1789

The Ipswich Journal, Saturday, 26 July 1788

Added by Pat Marsden

By ROPER and Co.

On MONDAY next, July the 28th, and following day,

ALL the Stock in Trade and Household Furniture of Mr. RICHARD HOLDEN, Shopkeeper of Wivenhoe, Essex, deceased, The Stock in Trade consists of printed linens and cottons, Irishes, dowlass [a type of coarse fabric used for pockets, aprons etc], plain and strip’d muslins, lawns, gauzes, black modes, and ribbons, ready made cloathes, hats, and shoes; a large quantity of grocery, hosiery, and haberdashery; cheese and butter; hardware, and a variety of other articles. The Household Furniture comprises mahogany four-poster bedsteads and walnut-tree chests of drawers, chairs, dining, card, and tea tables, pier and dressing glasses, carpets  Bath stoves, a good kitchen range, and other convenient requisites. The whole of which will appear in catalogues, that may be had on Saturday preceding the sale at thd principal Inns in and near Colchester and at the places of sale.

The House and Shop to be let or sold, and the Fixtures to be taken at a fair valuation.

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