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PHILLIPS, Harry, auctioneer (d. 1840)
[Sale catalogue. 1813:05:15--22]
Earl Moira's distinguished residence & superb effects The particulars and conditions of sale of ... Moira House, ... pleasantly situate on the east boundary of the Green Park, with access also from St. James's Place, ... Which (by order of his lordship) will be sold by auction, by Mr. H. Phillips, on the premises, on Saturday, the 15th of May, 1813, ... Also, on the same and following days will be sold, the costly household furniture, noble glasses, wines, china, bronzes, &c. ...
[London]: [1813].
5, [1] p. ; 36.6 cm. (2°)

Lugt 8377. With docket title. The particulars of the house only. Francis Rawdon, 2nd Earl of Moira and later 1st Marquess of Hastings was appointed Governor-General of India in October 1812.

Binding Stitched without wrappers.

Reference Number 2431


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