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A short account of the possessors of Oulton from the acquisition of the property by marriage with the Done, until the accession to the baronetcy on the death of Thomas, 1st earl of Wilton. Author: Philip de Malpas Grey-Egerton, Sir 10th bart. A Short Account of the Possessors of Oulton from the acquisition of the property by marriage with the Done, death of Thomas, 1st Earl of Wilton. 'Printed for Private Circulation' Small 4to, pp , 75, [3, errata, plus another errata slip], engraved frontispiece coat of arms, folding pedigree, 2 plates of facsimile signatures. A Short Account of the Possessors of Oulton from the acquisition of the property by marriage with the Done, death of Thomas, 1st Earl of Wilton. CHESHIRE. OULTON. . GUIDE TO KNOLE Its State Rooms, Pictures, and Antiquities, with a short account of the Possessors and Park of Knol. By: Anon. Price: $ Quantity: 1 available. Book Condition: Very Good.
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