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ROBINS, John
[Sale catalogue. 1814:06:23]
Totteridge, Herts. Freehold & small part copyhold estates. Capital and elegant family residence, pleasure grounds, gardens, conservatories, hot-houses, farm buildings, and rich meadow land, upwards of 181 acres, ten miles from London. Particulars and conditions of sale, of the capital and very valuable freehold and small part copyhold estates, land-tax redeemed, comprising a spacious elegant mansion, ... in the pleasant village of Totteridge, ... the property and residence of Wliiam Manning, Esq. removing into Kent; ... which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Robins, at Garraway's coffee-house, 'Change Alley, Cornhill, on Thursday, the 23rd of June, 1814, ...
London: J. Brettell, printer, [1814].
6 [i.e. 5], [1] p. ; 36.3 cm. (2º)

Folded sheet. Drop-head title. Docket title 'Particulars and Conditions of Sale, ...'. Imprint from docket title. Page 5 is misnumbered '6'. Copped Hall, Totteridge was the home of William Manning, West Indies merchant and MP for Evesham and later Penryn, a governor of the Bank of England in 1812--13 (father of Cardinal Manning).

Copy Notes Inscribed in pencil on drop-head title Wm Manning.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6307


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