'SALES BY AUCTION . . . 'Extensive Sale of Guns and Pistols by Public Auction, No. 166, Regent-street. 'D. GASS most gratefully acknowledges the distinguished patonage genltmen have honoured him with in attending his sale for the last three days: he having determined to reliquish the above branch of business, willingly submits to the enornous sacrifice now making in the DISPOSAL of his STOCK by PUBLIC ACTION, and begs to say that a very select part still remains to be sold on Monday and Tuesday next, the two last days, at one o'clock precisely. He earnestly solicits the attendance of sporting gentlemen, merchants, captains, and others, as the whole will positively be sold for whatever it will realize, and the opportunity of supplying themselves upon such terms may never occur again. - 166, Regent-street.' (The Morning Chronicle, London, Saturday, 27 September 1834, p. 1d, advertisement) 'GASS and SONS, Goldsmiths and Jewellers, most respectfully announce to the Nobility and Gentry, their REMOVAL from Nos. 42 and 43, Oxford-street, to 166, Regent-street, late in the occupation of Messrs. Wimbush and Co.; and in tendering their grateful acknowledgments to those families who have for upwards of thirty years honoured them with such distinguished patronage, beg to acquaint them, they have prepared expressly for their present establishment an elegant assortment of Jewellery, Plate, and Plated Goods, from designs entirely new, and exclusively their own, which, from being the real manufacturers, they are enabled to offer at prices considerably under those usually charged. - 166, Regent-street.' (The Morning Chronicle, London, Wednesday, 4 Febraury 1835, p. 1b, advertisement)