TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. Minter, on Tuesday. May 22, 1804, the premises, of Claxfield, near Green-street, Part of the Household Furniture of Mr. Lushington Tayler, leaving these premises. Consisting of mahogany carved post bedsteads, with dimity and cotton furnitures; goose feather beds and bedding; mahogany chests of drawers ; a set of japaned chairs and sola; mahogany chairs; mahogany dining, card, and tea-tables; a large library book-case, and side board; an eight day chime clock, in mahogany case : Brussels and other carpets; pier and other glasses; some handsome table china; register and other stoves; kitchen range, and other kitchen requisites; some good brewing utensils, casks, &c. a large complete bottle-rack, and chicken-coop, a very good stack of clover hay, and sundry other articles. The sale will begin at half past ten o'clock. The goods may be viewed the day preceding the sale, when catalogues may be had the premises, and the Auctioneer's, West-street, Faversham.