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ROBINS, John
[Sale catalogue. 1802:09:30]
Suffolk, capital freehold estates, extensive manors, perpetual curacy, &c. Particular and conditions of sale of the truly desirable freehold estates, comprising the manors or lordships of Denham, Gazeley, Higham, and Cavenham, otherwise Desning, with its members, royalties, ... the capital mansion or farm-house, called Denham Hall, and sundry other eligible farms, ... also the capital farm called Desning Hall, ... the property of a nobleman, situate between Newmarket and Bury, ... which will be sold by auction by Mr. Robins, at Garraway's coffee-house, in Exchange Alley, Cornhill, London, on Thursday, September 30, 1802, ... in four lots. ...
[London]: [1802].
11, [1] p. ; 36.8 cm. (2º)

'A Nobleman' = George Townshend, 1st Marquis Townshend (1724--1807). Some corrections of leasehold dates from 1794 to 1796 in ink.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink at head of docket-title J. Soane Esq. Marginal annotations and calculations in ink on pp. 6--7 (Castle Farm and Desning Hall Farm), by Soane and another hand. Bound (15) in a collection of estate particulars.

Binding Later C19th marbled-paper boards, ribbed morocco-grain cloth spine gilt-lettered 'Sale Catalogues'. 37.6 cm. Later numbered '48' in a series of sale catalogue volumes.

Reference Number 5085


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