Byfield Rectory, Northamptonshire
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Byfield Rectory, Northamptonshire a catalogue of all the live & dead farming stock, horses, carriages, modern and very excellent household furniture, upwards of 300 oz. of plate, valuable library of books, small cellar of choice wines, linen, china, glass, and a variety of interesting property appertaining to the residence of the Rev. C. Wetherell, at the vicarage, Byfield, Northamptonshire, which will be sold by auction by C. Wetherell

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Published by Bloxham, printer in Banbury .
Written in English


  • Wetherell, C. -- Library -- Catalogs,
  • Rare books -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

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RBSC copy: Bound with Cartwright, Thomas. A catalogue of the books of the late Reverend Mr. Thomas Cartwright, of Long-Buckby. Northampton, 1745.

Statementby C. R. Mallam, on Monday, the 24th of June, 1833 ...
GenreCatalogs, Bibliography
ContributionsMallam, C. R.
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18694661M

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