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18TH CENTURY RECEIPT

Itemized receipted bill for Parish work, listing the hours spent and the material used by Thomas Trimming, who has signed on receipt for £1.11.3d, 1 side 8vo., no place, 31st July 1793 - 11th February

Item Date:  1794
Stock No:  15856      £45

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A GLOUCESTERSHIRE DOG

MS account by Mr Goulding of Malvern, apparently in another hand, of his "wire-haired bitch" whom he took "from Quedgley ... 3 miles from Gloucester, in May 1834", across the Atlantic and all the way to Buffalo, N.Y., "then 300 miles by Fly-boat up the Erie Canal", with the places and distances on the way, the next he heard of her was that she had "arrived at Quedgley once more" in "Sept. of the same year ... I returned home myself in July 1837 when she was still alive and well", 3 sides 6" x 4", paper blind embossed "Cumberland Terrace, Regents Park", in an envelope marked "Miss Cobbe", no date, c.

Item Date:  1860
Stock No:  52721      £75

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ABBEY (Revd. Charles John, b. c.1833, Rector of Checkendon)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Carr, thanking him "for the little book ... there seems much instructive thought in it", 1 side 8vo., Checkendon Rectory, Oxfordshire, 8th October

Item Date:  1888
Stock No:  16653      £15

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PREPARING FOR A COMMON RECOVERY
ABBOTT (Charles, of Shaftesbury and Pall Mall)

Attested Copy of his Bargain and Sale to make a Tenant to the Praecipe for suffering a Recovery of Premises in the County of Dorset, whereby Abbott 'sells' for 10 shillings a long list of properties in and near Shaftesbury to his solicitor Charles Fry of Lincoln's Inn, "in order to bar dock and destroy all Estates tail and all remainders and recoveries thereupon expectant or depending ... that the same [properties] may be limited and assured To such uses ... as are hereinafter mentioned", the chief properties are "Wilkins Hays ... 12 acres ... in the Parish of St. James near Shaston within the Liberty of ... Alcister [now Alcester] ... Horse Close ... 10 Acres ... Broad Close ... 20 acres ... And all the estate right title interest use ... whatsoever both at Law and Equity ... to the intent that the said Charles Fry may ... become a good and perfect Tenant of the immediate Freehold", whereupon another partner in the firm, Henry Vines, is to sue Charles Fry and obtain the properties by a Common Recovery for Charles Abbott's use and ultimate possession, 3 sides paper 16" x 12 7/8", title on 5th side, in the neat hand of John Springall, clerk to Messrs. Vernon, Vines & Fry, 6th November 1800, this copy 2nd February original neat pin through top left corners

Item Date:  1801
Stock No:  16633      £95

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ABBOTT (Revd. Dr. Lyman, 1835-1922, American Congregationalist Pastor of Plymouth Church, Brooklyn)

Oval magazine portrait with his signature on mount, n.p., n.d., c.

Item Date:  1910
Stock No:  14656      £35

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