From The Morning Chronicle Saturday December 12th 1807

Philemons house sale

Brunswick Square

Lease, Furniture, Plate.China, Linen, Prints,&c by MR.GIBBONS, on the premises, No 6, Hunter-street, the corner of Henrietta-street, Brunswick-square, on Wednesday next at 11.

THE valuable LEASE of the genteel PREMISES, fitted up in a commodious manner, and in a genteel stile, with two excellent kitchens, held for 21 years, at a low rent. Also the neat and genteel Household Furniture, Plate, China,Linen, a fine toned Piano Forte, and other Effects, of Philemon Galindo, Esq. removing: comprising four post and tent bedsteads, with cotton and dimity furnitures, feather beds and bedding, mahogany and japan chairs, dining, card and Pembroke tables, pier and chimney glasses, mirrors and kitchen requisites. To be viewed on Tuesday preceding the sale, when catalogues and particulars may be had of Messrs. Barrett and Wickstead, N0 53 Wardour-street, Soho and of Mr Gibbons, No 3, Bucklersbury, Cheapside.