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  1. Alexandra Theatre, Newton Abbot BABES IN THE WOOD Pantomime playbill. Reg Lever presents his Annual Xmas Pantomime, in 12 Scenes. See Toyland... The Dancing Skeletons... Horace the Horse. Playbill printed in three colours on card, size 12" x 8", with picture of children, rabbits, etc. 1951. £12.00

  2. Alexandra Theatre, Newton Abbot JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Reg Lever presents his Annual Xmas Pantomime, in 14 Spectacular Scenes. See The Wonder Circus, The Dancing Donkeys.... Playbill printed in three colours on card, size 12" x 8", with picure of giant asleep and Jack stealing hen, in red, yellow and blue. Early 1950's. £12.00

  3. Anon. DIALOGUE BETWEEN MR ROLLE and the Bishop of Exeter after the latter had refused the use of his Palace to the King. Manuscript satirical poem in 10 lines, making fun of the bishop. Claims he was ashamed for the King to see his clergy, a set 'Of such musty and fusty & rusty old crones/Or if young they are such Dunces & Drunkards & Drones/That I vow I should blush...' On one side of small 4to sheet. n.d. c1820? £18.00

  4. Ashburton TWO ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS Sheet CXIV N.E (much of Ashburton, Buckfast), and CIX S.W (Bickington, West Ogwell). Scale 6" to 1 mile. Size 13" x 17", plus margins. Trace of central vertical fold in first map. Revision of 1904 with additions in 1938. £18.00

  5. Aylesbeare PARTICULARS, PLAN AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Two Highly Desirable Valuable Freehold Farms, viz. 'Rill Farm' and 'Homer Dairy'.... which will be offered for Sale by Auction by Messrs. Hussey & Son.... Friday June 17th, 1921.... 12pp., sm. folio, wraps, coloured folding plan. 1921. £18.00
    Part of Lord Clinton's Estate.

  6. Bampton, Honiton ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXI. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 24" x 36", mounted on linen, folding into small 4to marbled wraps. Fully coloured with counties shaded in wash, boundaries in a brighter wash. Main roads, railways, parkland coloured. Electrotyped in 1876. £68.00
    Also covers part of Somerset and small part of Dorset.

  7. Bampton, Honiton, Tiverton ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XXI. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 24" x 36", mounted on linen, folding into large 4to, silk edging tape. Main roads coloured in buff. The borders at left, top and bottom edges have been pasted on. c1820 or slightly earlier. £70.00
    An early state. Corresponds to Margary State 2. Also covers part of Somerset and small part of Dorset.

  8. Barnstaple REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF BARNSTAPLE 1p, folio, with 1p. zincographed plan of the Borough, by Henry James, scale 3" to 1 mile, hand-coloured in outline. 1868. £18.00

  9. Barnstaple ROYAL AND FORTESCUE HOTEL Barnstaple, North Devon. 23pp., oblong small 8vo, stiff wraps with gold embossed title and coats of arms. Five illustrations of the hotel from pencil drawings, and 4 photographic illustrations of Barnstaple. Mendip Press, Bath. c1930. £7.00

  10. Barnstaple THE BARNSTAPLE CHARTER Printed transcript of the Latin charter, with summaries in English in the margins. 2pp., folio, folded with docket title... together with... THE COMMISSION AND INQUISITION Temp. Edward III. Taking Notice of King Athelstan's Charter to the Burgesses of Barnstaple. The same format as above, but with no notes in margin. Needle holes in blank area at the foot of the third page where once sewn onto card. 2 items. n.d. c1830 £40.00

  11. Bartholomew (J) BARTHOLOMEW'S REDUCED ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES, Scale 2 Miles to an Inch. Sheet 35, North Devon. Colour-printed, size 20" x 30", linen-backed and folding into cloth endpapers. c1920. £7.00

  12. Bell-ringing GUILD OF DEVONSHIRE RINGERS Meeting at Ottery St. Mary 1894. Photograph, size 9" x 11", showing a large group of approx. 60 men and a few young boys, grouped in front of an ivy-covered wall, the first three rows seated, others standing, a few in the front row holding hand-bells, and others holding bell-ropes. Titled in pencil on the print. Small tear at top edge, repaired on verso. 1894. £25.00

  13. Besley (H), Publisher VIEWS IN DEVONSHIRE Six large-format vignette views Engraved surface size approx. 4" x 7", original pale green glazed decorative stiff wraps, oblong 8vo, cloth spine. Tissue guards. c1850. £40.00
    Comprises 5 views of Torquay and 1 of Babbacombe.

  14. Bideford, Hartland ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Scale 1" to 1 mile. Sheet 282. Quarter sheet. Size 13" x 20". Border all round. Main roads, railways, parkland and coast area hand-coloured. Linen-backed and folding into small 8vo marbled endpapers with Stanford label. n.d. c1880. £18.00
    About two thirds of the map is sea area.

  15. Branscombe COPY WILL of Thomas Channon of Branscombe. Extracted copy of will proved 1750. 17 lines on large folio sheet. Affixed is copy taken from the register of Branscombe by the Vicar in 1805, recording his parents, and christening in 1730. c1805. £18.00
    Gives various people mourning rings, leaves his land and chattels to his cousin Ellis Randall.

  16. Bridestowe COBHAM WEEK manuscript plan on waxed cotton. Size 26" x 30". Folded. Scale 1/2500. Covers area from Standon to Watergate Cross. Areas outlined in three colours, presumably to indicate ownership. n.d. c1900. £12.00

  17. Buckland Monachorum PHOTOGRAPH of Berrator Farm House. Albumen print, size 4" x 6", showing a thatched house, a lane with steep banks on the left, a tall ladder propped against the roof (possibly some repair to the thatch was in progress as there are piles of straw in the garden). The house has medieval windows on the ground floor to the left of the door. Pasted to buff paper, title in white on paper. View slightly faded. n.d. c1880? £12.00
    The house is a listed building.

  18. Church Stanton LEASE of two tenements called Dyers and Picks, part of the Manor of Church Stanton, Frank Nicholls, Doctor of Physick, to John Frood, yeoman. Large vellum sheet, good wax seal with bust. Ink very slightly faded but legible. 1753. £15.00

  19. Churchstanton AN AUCTION WILL BE HELD at the York Inn, in Churchenford... on Friday 11th Day of June next... For Sale of the Lands Hereinafter described... Poster, size 11" x 9", folds, printed in a variety of typefaces, with the word 'Lands' in a particularly decorative large block print over an inch high, with white floral decoration inside the letters and the comma. Describes two lots with tenants, etc. Traces of folds. Spurway, Columbian Press Office, Honiton. 1841. £22.00

  20. Collumpton CERTIFICATE OF ADMINISTRATION of the goods and chattels of William Wright, late of Collumpton, granted to his brother Henry. On paper, sheet folded to 8" x 11", impressed seal of Bishop of Exeter top left. Signed by Registrar. Folded. 1773. £10.00

  21. Colyton ABSTRACT of the title of Mesdames F.M. Lott & L.C. Lott to a freehold dwelling house and garden in Colyton. 9p. folio, in manuscript, detailing title from 1819 when it belonged to John Restorick. 1855. £16.00

  22. Colyton CONVEYANCE in Fee of a dwelling house at Colyton, Messrs. Pidgeon & Lott Assignees of the estate and effects of Mr B.B. Smark a Bankrupt... Vellum, 24" x 31", signed with 4 wax seals. 1844. £10.00

  23. Dainty Series SOUVENIR OF LYNTON & LYNMOUTH Seventeen views tipped onto buff paper pages with black border. Oblong small 4to. Front wrap creased and worn, first view forming part of front wrap slightly darkened. c1910. £8.00

  24. Dartmouth REPORT ON THE BOROUGH OF DARTMOUTH with a Description of the Proposed Boundary. 3pp, with a folding lithographed Plan of Town, coloured in outline, by R.K. Dawson, scale 2" to 1 mile. Folio, disbound, some slight off-setting of plan. 1832. £18.00

  25. Devonshire Boundaries REPORT ON THE PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF DEVON 1pp, with a folding lithographed plan of the county by R.K. Dawson, coloured in outline. Scale approx. 5 miles to 1". Folio, disbound. 1837. £28.00
    The text shows tables of population in the different hundreds.

  26. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TORQUAY, FROM WALDRON HILL. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins. A few foxing spots in sky area. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £45.00
    A very attractive view across the terraces of houses and the harbour, sailing ships in harbour, men hauling nets on beach etc.

  27. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) BABBICOMBE, FROM PETIT TOR. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 11", plus wide margins. Some feint browning in plate. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £35.00
    A view across the bay, with a boy asleep on rocks near sheep in foreground.

  28. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TORBAY, FROM TOR ABBEY SANDS. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 12", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £35.00
    A view across the bay towards terrace of houses in distance, with ships in the middle ground, and women standing by a fence in the foreground.

  29. Dibdin (T.C) and Vivian (Edward) TORQUAY, FROM PARK HILL. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by T.C. Dibdin from a sketch by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 11", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £35.00
    A very attractive view showing sailing ships in the harbour, with men in the foreground.

  30. East Budleigh BALSTONE LODGE To Be Sold By Auction by Mr Crudge Thursday, September 30, 1875, All the Genuine Household Furniture, Piano, China, Glass and other Effects.... Poster, size 17" x 11", traces of folds. Long list of house contents. 1875. £18.00

  31. Edwards (Mrs.), Publisher TORQUAY Album of 20 views. In boards with gilt title, size 7x 10". Title printed in red in bottom margin. Two light foxing spots on two of the views. c1890. £17.00
    Views include: Vane Hill and Rock Walk; Belgrave Hotel, Imperial Hotel; Natural Arch; Oddicombe Beach; Cockington Lane; Greenway Ferry on the Dart.

  32. Elliot Thomas (W) TORQUAY BY THE SEA An illustrated Souvenir, by W. Elliot Thomas M.J.I. 32 plates, a few with two or three views on one plate. Maroon boards with gilt title, size 8" x 11", slightly rubbed down spine, back board partly faded. Inside joint broken at point after a few leaves, but stitching sound. Full descriptive text opposite each view. c1900. £20.00

  33. Exeter INVENTORY AND VALUATION of Machinery, Messrs. W. Brock, Cabinet Manufactory, Smythen Street, Exeter. By Alfred Bodley, Engineer, Exeter. 7th April 1885. 15 pages, in manuscript, in small 8vo notebook, stiff green decorative wraps. The sums have not been entered in the cash columns. Includes lathes, circular saws etc... together with INSURANCE CERTIFICATE for the Manufactory, 1895. Large folio, printed with manuscript inserts, folded... together with... LEASE of premises in Fore Street and Synogogue Place, Exeter, J.C. Wilcocks to William Brock, 1869. 2p., large folio. 1869-95. £22.00

  34. Frith (Francis) FOUR VIEWS OF SEATON With 'F.F. Seaton' and number in white in plate. Size approx. 6" x 8", views looking along the beech, two from the east, two from the west, showing boats on beach, donkeys, ladies with parasols etc. The view with the castellated building in the foreground is slightly faded... together with a Hudson's series view along beach with lobster pots in foreground, slightly spotty. c1900. £16.00

  35. Frithelstock DEED OF EXCHANGE relating to fields part of Southcott, Emily Lewis and George Boundy. 3 large folio pages, vellum, sewn at edge, plus basic double page sketch plan... together with Mortgage relating to same property, 2p, large folio. 1907-8. £15.00

  36. Frithelstock POSTER advertising letting of Knaworthy Farm, 1894. Size 29" x 20", folds. 1894. £16.00

  37. Frithelstock TWO MANUSCRIPT PLANS one showing 'Ashbury' and the other 'Southcott. Both on waxed cotton in ink and outline colour. Size approx. 20" x 22", folded. Shows buildings, field outlines with acreage. c1900. £12.00
    Scale 1/2500.

  38. Geological Survey DEVON AND CORNWALL Five maps covering the western part of Devon and parts of Cornwall. Hand coloured on five sheets, dissected, and mounted on linen, folding into 8vo cloth endpapers with index map to front. Endpapers of one map spotty. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Key in margin or sea area. Sheet Nos. 24 (Plymouth), 25 (Tavistock), 26 (Bideford), 27 (Ilfracombe), 30 (Camelford). Sheet sizes 37" x 25", except for sheets 27 and 24 which are 17" x 37". Contained in a morocco slipcase with Stanford label (with Cockspur St. address) and key map on front. Some professional restoration to joints of slipcase. Probably c1880, or slightly earlier. £520.00

  39. Georgeham CONDITIONS OF SALE for the tenement called Middleborough containing 34 acres. 2pp., sm. folio, signed receipt for purchase money on adjoining leaf. 1834. £8.00

  40. Great Torrington and Langtree PARTICULARS, PLAN AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of freehold properties comprising Withecott Farm... 5 Cottages and Large Garden... for Sale by Auction... 16th July, 1898. 6pp., folio, folded with docket title. Large folding coloured plan. 1898. £32.00

  41. Harberton PARTICULARS of Valuable Property called 'Maryland', for Sale by Auction at the Castle Hotel, Totnes, Tuesday, October 9th, 1883. 3pp., folio, includes Schedules. Wear at fold on last leaf. 1883. £12.00

  42. Ilfracombe & North Devon OPEN RIFLE MEETING to be Held at the Alexandra Hall, Mar. 4,5 & 6. Poster advertising the 12 events taking place over the three days, with prizes, section on Rules. Heading in very large letters. Overall size 34" x 22", folds. 1914. £28.00
    Includes Deliberate Firing Comp. Solano Target Comp., Team Rapid Firing Competition, etc.

  43. Ilfracombe ABSTRACT OF THREE LEASES of 1897, 1898, 1899, of a farmhouse and lands called Comyn Farm in Ilfracombe, Walter Raleigh Gilbert to George Brown of Barnstaple. 6p., folio, folded. With Schedules. 1899. £8.00

  44. Ilfracombe Chapel HYMNS TO BE SUNG at the Sunday School Anniversary, Sunday August 8th, 1875. Sermons will be Preached... by the Rev. J. Bainton. 3p., 4to., some small edge tears. 1873. £8.00

  45. Ilfracombe PHOTOGRAPH showing four-horse coach outside Colwill's office. Albumen print, size 5" x 8", mounted on chipped and frayed card. 'R.H. Blyth' printed below photo. Shows coach laden with passengers, boys and men standing by, one holding a small dog. There are large advertising posters for Lynton trips in the office window. Some slight fuzziness in the image where a horse and a man have moved, some minor fading at edge. c1895. £14.00

  46. Kennedy (James) TO THE FREE INHABITANTS, Yeomanry, &c. of the Town and Parish of Tiverton. Poster size 12" x 8", signs where once folded, small hole affecting one letter. This is a request by Kennedy, a radical, to meet constituents in the Three Tuns to persuade them to vote for him in the coming election. He was successful. Parkhouse, Printer, Tiverton: 1832. £35.00

  47. Kenton POSTER advertising the auction sale of nos 1 and 2 High Street, Kenton, April 1st, 1931. Printed in bold letters, size 20" x 15". A few very small tears at one fold. 1931. £9.00
    'Joint use of Courtledge and Pump of Water'.

  48. Kilkhampton ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Messrs Jones and Lord to a tenement and farm called Thurdon Jenns on sale to Thomas Andrew. 6p., folio, folded with docket title. 1883. £10.00

  49. Lake LEASE of a tenement called Lake in the village of Lake, Richard Copleston of Knightstone in Ottery St. Mary, to Robert Aplyn of Langtre, yeoman. Vellum, size 18" x 22", seal on tag. 1705. £28.00
    Lists two 'lives'. The heriot was a best beast.

  50. Landkey and Swymbridge COPY CONTRACT for the purchase of the Tythes of Swymbridge and Landkey, between William Berry of Shilston in Bishops Tawton to James Nott of Torr Down. 3p, sm. folio. 1797, copy, slightly later. £12.00

  51. Landkey THESE ARE TO CERTIFY that James Shapland of Landkey... Husbandman was on the Day of the Date hereof Sworn Constable of the parish of Landkey... Manuscript note, 9 lines, 8vo, signed by a Justice, Richard Bawden. The conjoint leaf has been used for the address to send to the Steward of Bishops Tawton Manor, Philip Sydenham, at Barnstaple. Small hole in blank leaf. 1772. £16.00

  52. Langtree A SCHEDULE OF DEEDS delivered to Thomas Lock of Instow on his advancing 700£ to John Nancekivell of Bideford on mortgage of part of Bearhouse... 3p., small folio. Brief summaries of deeds from 1737 - 1851. Folded with docket title. 1851. £8.00

  53. Lifton FURTHER CHARGE by way of Mortgage of Smalecombe, Overy East, Carligh and Corhellacott in Lifton, Samuel Harris of Smalecombe in Lifton of the one part and Charles Prideaux of Padstow and Benjamin Prideaux of The Temple, London, of the other part. 38 lines, in English, on vellum, size 17" x 23", signed Harris with good wax seal with head of a man. 1758. £30.00
    Refers to the Messuage and Barton of Smalecombe and Over Yeat, Carleigh, and Coshellacott. Charles and Benjamin were entitled to the principal and interest under the will of Edmund Prideaux.

  54. Little Torrington POSTER advertising letting of North Hole Farm. Size 22" x 18", tears and pinholes in top corners. 1934. £6.00

  55. Littleham & Exmouth ASSIGNMENT of a two dwelling houses in Exmouth, William Culley to Walter Kendall. Large vellum sheet, wax seal. 1828. £12.00
    Gives measurements of houses frontages, gardens etc.

  56. Lydford PENCIL DRAWING titled 'Lydford bridge'. On thick paper, size approx. 10" x 14". Shows stream in steep wooden ravine, looking upstream towards the bridge, ferns etc. in foreground. In dark green mount with gold line. c1806. £50.00
    The drawing covers the whole of the paper.

  57. Lydford PHOTOGRAPH of laying the foundation stone of Nicholls Hall, Lydford. Photograph size 6" x 8", showing Mrs Nicholls in front of the stone which is being held in place with chains, brandishing a trowel. 1929. £6.00

  58. Lympstone CONVEYANCE of a field called Hill Head in Lympstone, Elizabeth Hoyles, widow of John Edwards, Mariner, to John Withers of Exeter. Large vellum sheet, wax seal, very stained on verso. Two wax seals. Creased in parts, and slightly rubbed at some folds... together with... Lease for a Year relating to the same transaction. Smaller vellum sheet, wax seal. 2 items. 1781. £22.00

  59. Manaton and Widdicombe LITHOGRAPHED PLAN of Two Freehold Estates Hedge Barton and Iseford. Plan size 18" x 23", folded. Reference Table with key to 128 fields, woods. Prepared for an auction. Some light brown stains down centre of map. Spreat, Lith., Exeter. c £6.00

  60. Marsh Land, Seaton TO BE LET by Auction at the Pole Arms Inn, Seaton, on Wednesday the 24th March, 1850.... the Following Parcels of the Celebrated Seaton Marshes.... each Lot containing about 3 acres and Fenced with a substantial Iron Fence.... Lists 16 Lots. Size 13" x 8", traces of folds, some slight browning in margin at two folds, MS notes of bidding on 4 lots on verso. Gliddon, Printer, Watchet, 1850. £28.00

  61. Marwood CONVEYANCE of Spencer's Wood, Giles Ground, and other property in Marwood, The Trustees of Barnstaple Old Bank to R. Drake. Copy on 15 sheets folio, with small schedule. 1851. £14.00
    The plan which was in the margin of the original was not copied.

  62. Meeth Nr. Hatherleigh BOND of Henry Abell to John and Thomas Webber, all Yeomen of Meeth, in the sum of two hundred pounds. Printed sheet, folded, with MS details, sm. folio, wax seal, signed by Abell and two witnesses, blank adjoining leaf. 1 page added in manuscript (23 lines) relating to the forthcoming marriage of Henry Abell and Ann Webber and the settlement of a farm called Balls and Bridges in Morton. 1809. £20.00

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  63. Millbay Ward, Plymouth THE FLOODING OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT Voters in Millbay Ward. Do you know how your present Representatives in the Council acted in this most important question... If Not, You Should! Vote for Taylor. Handbill, size 12" x 9", traces of folds and two small repaired edge tears, relating to the scheme for a Pumping Station, with verbatim quotes from the candidate in the Council Meeting of May 16th. Printed and Published by Mitchell & Co., Union St., Plymouth. 1899. £28.00

  64. Milton Abbot THE MANOR OF CHILLATON in the Parish of Milton Abbot, in the County of Devon. Property of The Revd. J.P. Carpenter. Copied from an Original Survey by W.T. Stentaford, Stoke Climsland. Collection of manuscript plans on vellum, loose, and folded, but with title sheet as above on vellum, size 9" x 6". The following plans and reference tables appear to have been once bound together in book form, there are small pin holes and traces of thread in the margins of some of the sheets, and they fold to, or are the same size as, the title page described above. Each plan has title in decorative script, border, scale of chains (approx. 6 chains to an inch), border, outline colour, with buildings in red, small trees to indicate wooded areas, small compass rose, adjoining owners names. As follows: (i) MONKSTONE. Size 9" x 6" plus separate page of the same size with Reference table. (ii) BOWDENHILL. Size 9" x 11", folded, with separate Reference table, size 9" x 6". (iii) CHILLATON MILL and HILL HEAD. plan 9" x 6", with Reference table on separate sheet. (iv) LOWER CHILLATON. Plan size 9" x 9", folded, still attached to Reference table sheet with remains of thread. Some names added to reference sheet in 20th century ink. (v) EAST LIDDATON and JACKMAN'S TENEMENT. Size 9" x 11", folded, attached Reference table, as before. (vi) BARTON. Size 10" x 11", folded. With Reference table as before. 'Barton Coom' has been divided up into six areas, and renumbered on the map at a later date, with a small reference table in the corner of the map. (vii) QUITHER. Seven separate plans, 9" x 9", folded at edge, with Reference table same size as before, but on the same piece of vellum, folded. Numbered on verso 7-13. Comprises tenements of the lesees John Gloyne, Nic. Kennard, Mrs Lang, Mrs Cory, Thomas Rowe, J. Cawl, with the last one simply 'Quither Tenement', but pencilled on verso with name 'Cornelius'... together with QUITHER COMMON. Map size 9" x 12", folded. Numbered 14 on verso. (viii) Plan size 13" x 20", showing three separate tenements 'Bear-walls', 'Kitterborough' and 'Quither Common'. Shows field outlines and adjoining owners (no buildings etc.) Numbered '15th' on verso. (ix) PART OF THE MANOR OF CHILLATON. Plan size 13" x 16", folded, shows village at the centre, with buildings, road to Tavistock and other un-named roads, many fields and copses, outlined and lightly shaded in difference colour, each numbered (1-121). Large compass rose. Small water-stain at bottom edge at fold, approx. 3" x 2", with slight crinkling of vellum there. Numbered 16 on verso. (x) PART OF THE MANOR OF CHILLATON. Vellum size 20" x 25", folded. Shows roads, buildings cross-hatched in red, fields outlined in various colours, woodland, adjoining owners' tenements named, e.g. 'Part of the Estate called Bickle the property of Arthur Kelly Esquire'. Large compass rose. Plots numbered 1-90. Shows the area bounded by Warracott, Ley, Upperton, Narrowcott, Bickle... together with.... THREE MAPS in a different hand, each signed at bottom corner 'T.H. Lakeman 1831', comprising: BALLS TENEMENT in the Parish of Milton Abbot in the County of Devon. In ink on vellum size 7" x 10", shows ten plots with numbers and Table of Reference. Finely drawn with attractive delicate lettering... together with... similar maps for KITTABOROUGH TENEMENT, and DAVY'S TENEMENT. Each with a different design of compass rose. Scale 1" = 8 chains. Adjoining owners named. The first map has plots shaded pink. On the second one there are brown stains either side of the title (not affecting drawing). together with... BOWDENHILL in Brentorr and TOWNLAKE in South Sydenham. Plan in ink and outline colour on vellum, size 13" x 25", folds. Decorative title, small compass rose, shows 23 numbered plots, outlines shaded in yellow, and a group of buildings, numbered on the plan, woodland shown with small trees, with shadowing, roads outlined in blue, adjoining owners named. Bowden Common is at the bottom left. A piece of vellum has been cut out of the plan, size 5" x 9". It looks as if this was a blank area, clipped for the vellum to be re-used, judging from the numbering of plots, or possibly a table of reference. 20 plans in all, of varying sizes. 1831 and earlier. £700.00
    W.T. Stentaford is listed in Eden's Dictionary of Land Surveyors as being active in Cornwall in the first decade of the nineteenth century. Thomas Hawkins Lakeman is listed as a civil engineer, of Milton Abbot. For Lakeman see also Ravenhill and Rowe's 'Devon Maps and Map-Makers'.

  65. Moon (W.J), Chemist THE MINIATURE HANDBOOK TO ILFRACOMBE Lynmouth, Lynton, Clovelly etc. 92pp., size 4" x 3", printed stiff card wraps. Contains guide to places of interest, list of local flora, tide table for 1914, etc. Many adverts for Moon's products, and local firms. c1914. £5.00
    Someone has written the date 1927 at the top of the front board.

  66. Morice (William) DEVONSHIRE William Morice Esq. late Sheriff of the said Countie for the year ending at Michms. 1652.. Slip of paper, size 8" x 7", 6 lines, giving the sum for the account at the end of Morice's office, signed John Billingsley. The 'D' in Devonshire top left, has been torn away. 1652. £15.00
    William Morice, of Werrington, was made Sheriff in 1651, and became an M.P. in 1654.

  67. Musbury AUCTION PARTICULARS of 'Ashe House', Musbury. Cyclostyled on three small folio pages (printed on rectos only), describing the house in detail. Two punch holes in top margin. 1953 £6.00
    The auction was by Sanders of Sidmouth.

  68. Musbury PARTICULARS OF LANDS IN MUSBURY in Mortgage to the Revd. Benjamin Weaver and Samuel Domett. Manuscript, 1p, folio, giving list mainly of Drakes' estate with list of fields etc., with acreages. Paper watermarked 1857. £8.00

  69. Ordnance Survey THE SECOND PART OF THE GENERAL SURVEY OF ENGLAND & WALES, CONTAINING THE WHOLE OF DEVON, And a Portion of the adjoining Counties. Done by the Surveyors of His Majesty's Ordnance, under the Direction of Lt. Col. Mudge, of The Royal Artillery, F.R.S. A set of maps, with the original title sheet, covering all of Devon, except for Lundy, and including parts of Cornwall, Dorset, Somerset, and South Wales. Scale l" to 1 mile. Copper plate engravings, on 8 sheets, plus title sheet, dissected and mounted on linen, folded over to bind edges. Each sheet has a printed paper label to verso, numbered from 1 to 8 and listing the main towns on each sheet in differing typefaces. Sheet Nos:- 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and title sheet. Some slight offsetting on title sheet, otherwise a clean set, contained in a contemporary box in the form of a book, full morocco, gilt lines, gilt arms of the 'Ordnance' on front of lower portion of box, corners slightly bumped. Published 11th October, 1809 by Lt. Col. Mudge, Tower. £875.00
    The sheets all correspond to Margary state one, having the borders which enable it to be fitted together to form a composite map.

  70. Paington CONTRACT of James Rowe for the fee simple and inheritance of Preston Meadows and Water Leate.... At a Survey held 26th October 1775 pursuant to publick Notice at the Swan Inn Exeter. 1p. large folio, folded. Lists 6 offerers names with sums offered. Signed and witnessed. 1775. £15.00

  71. Parry (John) ADDRESS of John Parry Vice Warden of the Stannaries of Devon, at his first court in the Town Hall of Tavistock. Manuscript, 1p folio, beginning with a report of the proceedings, then a transcription of his speech "his Worship again rose, and addressed the audience in nearly the following Words....". He ends by stating "it is my intention to fix my Residence in the vicinity of the Stannaries so that I shall be ready to hold a Court every month...." Paper watermarked 1813. £30.00
    Parry was Vice Warden until 1824.

  72. Pepperdon Estate, Moretonhampstead THE ATTRACTIVE AND AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY The Pepperdon Estate Moretonhampstead.... Residential Sporting Estate, Five Cottages.... Which will be offered for Sale by Auction.... at the Commercial Hotel, Newton Abbot, On Wednesday, 25th September, 1946.... Folio, 14pp, lacks the folding plan. 1946. £8.00

  73. Photographs BUCKFAST ABBEY 1928. Fifteen full-page sepia views, plus leaf with four reproductions from historic prints. Original paper wraps, slightly rubbed at edges, with coloured view of the Abbey in a roundel, 2pp. introductory text. 1928. £20.00

  74. Plymouth IMPROVED PATENT OIL CABINETS Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Association Ltd., Millbay Road, Plymouth. List No. 6. Brochure advertising Cabinets for Engine Rooms, 4pp., 4to, printed in red and black, with illustrations. A few damp spots at corners. July 1907. £12.00

  75. Reynolds (Charles), Pub. THE ALBUM OF EXETER VIEWS 15 photolitho views (1 double page) on an extending strip, decorative boards, gilt. c1880. £16.00
    Includes Cathedral, High St., Rougemont Hotel, Fore St., Northernhay.

  76. Rifle Shooting BOOK OF CUTTINGS compiled by Private (later Sergeant) George Starkey, relating to his prize rifle shooting, 1882-1891. 127 pages of cuttings in a book with stiff boards, 8" x 8", boards covered in plain brown paper, labelled '1' in ink. Front inner joint broken. There are some notes in ink against the cuttings, for example 'the first annual Prize shooting I attended', 'seven rounds, no sighting shots'. The cuttings are mainly from The Western Morning News, with some printed scores from the 'English Twenty Club.' Pasted in is a decorative small folio printed handbill on pink paper for the presentation of prizes by The Prince of Wales in Plymouth, 31st Oct. 1887. 1882-91. £45.00
    Sergeant Starkey was a chemist and druggist in Plymouth, and in the 2nd Devon Rifle Volunteers. He invented and patented a new type of rifle target.

  77. Roscoe (Henry) and Rushton (Edward) MUNICIPAL CORPORATION INQUIRY. Borough of TIVERTON. 7pp, 4to, single folded sheet, first and last leaf dusty. T. Parkhouse, Tiverton: 1834. £20.00
    Gives details of the organisation of town including accounts, population, acreage, employment, etc. Includes a list names, and professions, of Burgesses, and their assistants.

  78. Rowe (G) Exeter, Pub. ENTRANCE TO LYNTON AND LYNMOUTH Lithograph, after drawing by Rowe, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8". Shows two men near wall in foreground, ships in distance. c1830. £12.00

  79. Rowe (G) ILFRACOMBE from Capstone Hill. Tinted lithograph, size 9" x 13" plus margins, showing view across the town and bay, two figures in middle foreground, paddle steamer in bay, sailing ships in harbour. Tear through title and 1" into plate, some light waterstaining of bottom margin, small portion torn from right margin, traces of crease down centre. c1840. £24.00
    Corresponds to Somers Cox 1300, except the dimensions of the view he lists are slightly smaller.

  80. Rowe (G), Cheltenham LINTON From the Valley of the East Lyn. Tinted lithograph, Drawn, Printed & Published by G. Rowe. Size 8" 11", plus margins. Shows two people on donkeys on a road running along the river valley.. c1845. £16.00

  81. Rowe (G), Drawn and Published by TORQUAY from Park Terrace. Lithograph with subtle touches of hand colouring. Size 6" x 8", plus margins, laid on to card. Margins slightly grubby. c1840. £18.00
    Attractive view looking across harbour with ships, people seated on wall in foreground.

  82. Rowe (G), Pr. and Pub. VALLEY OF THE LYN From Mars Hill. Drawn by Mr. Rowe. Tinted lithograph on thick paper, size 8" x 11", plus margins. Margins grubby, small piece torn across corner. c1845. £18.00
    A view looking upstream to bridge, houses on hillside.

  83. Rowe, Pub. EXMOUTH lithograph of terrace of houses with church behind, seen from across the estuary, rowing boat in foreground. Size 3" x 7", plus margins, mounted at corners on thin paper sheet, 'Lady Dixon' (presumably the artist), written below. c1840. £6.00

  84. Royal Naval College, Dartmouth THE PIRATES OF MILL CREEK An entirely Original Musical Extravaganza. Saturday, 26th November, 1910. Book of words, 17pp., 4to. 1910. £8.00

  85. Salcombe FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY of Special Interest to Yachtsmen and Motor-Boat Owners... Stonehanger, Salcombe, South Devon... 10pp., size 10" x 12", stiff wraps, photograph tipped onto front wrap, 6 tipped in photographs. no date, c1925? £25.00
    Included 'Lovely Gardens profusely planted with tropical plants...', Peach Walk, Bowling Green, etc.

  86. Sampford Courtenay PARTICULARS PLANS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of the Outlying Portions of the Sampford Courtenay Manor Estate. 15pp., small folio. Folding coloured map. Vertical crease, wear at spine. 1923. £18.00
    Includes Ball Farm, Underdown Farm, Chapple Agistment.

  87. 'Scrutator' FRIENDS OF THE CHURCH The opponents to the Church-Rate have been Virtually Defeated... Let not those who have received from the Church Rates large Sums, refuse paying small ones... Handbill, size 13" x 8", Traces of folds, some slight dustmarking along part of one fold. Chave, Printer, Higher-Back-Street, Tavistock. 29th October, 1834. £38.00

  88. Seaton ABSTRACT of Mr. Richard Down's Title to a Dwelling House Garden and Linhay in the Occupation of John Larcome, and a Dwelling House and Garden in the Occupation of William Dommett, and a close of land called Knowles... situate in Seaton... 5p., folio, folded, outer leaf with title torn and ragged. c1810. £18.00
    Details title from 1787 - 1806.

  89. Seaton AGREEMENT for rent of shop and store rooms at Seaton, James Skinner to Robert Follett, 'to carry on business of China, Glass and Earthenware, as well as Tea and Wholesale Dealers and Family Grocers'. 3 pages folio, folded. 1887. £10.00

  90. Seaton BOND of William Head of Seaton, Merchant to Clifford Shirreff of Beacon House, Pinhoe. 2p., on paper, small wax seal. Relates to a marriage between Head and Sarah Welsford of Radipole, Dorset, and property in Seaton. 1840. £9.00

  91. Seaton FURTHER CHARGE on the Pole's Arms, with brewhouse etc., in Seaton for securing £100 and Interest, William Brown to William Bright. Vellum, size 26" x 29", wax seals, name written on patch of snopake on verso of deed. 1842. £10.00

  92. Seaton PHOTOGRAPH of Seaton Church. Albumen print, size 8" x 11", close up view of church framed by branches. Two light vertical creases. c1890. £8.00

  93. Seaton PHOTOGRAPH of the celebrations for the coronation of Edward VII. Fine large crisp view, size 7 x 9", showing crowds in front of the George Inn and part of Fore Street, 'Cycles for Hire' shop on right, a carriage with two horses approaching down Fore Street, decorations on tall pole, flags and bunting over the street. 1902. £16.00
    Most of the men are wearing buttonholes.

  94. Seaton SEATON AND BEER CHURCH BOYS BRIGADE At Rousdon 1909-10. Photograph, title as above in ink on back of mount. Size 6" x 8", mounted on thick card, with name 'G. H. Barton, Seaton, Devon', written on mount. Shows 15 boys and four adults, in uniform, lined up across the road. Image slightly faded. 1910. £12.00

  95. Shapland (R) A VALUATION of the Revd. Mr. Karslake's right and interest in several parts of Whitefield in the Parish of Highbray. 5p, sm 4to, sewn in plain wraps. Lists names of fields, quality and quantity, value, valuation of timber, etc., in a neat hand. 1832. £28.00

  96. Sidmouth (Manor of) DECLARATION by James Manning of Exeter that the tenants of the Manor of Sidmouth are to pay all rents to him or his attorney Isaac Cox, pursuant to a demise made to him by Thomas Jenkins, a Captain in the 11th Regiment of Light Dragoons, and others. 3p., folio, closely written. Contemporary copy, paper watermarked 1812. 1816. £18.00
    Included messuages in Sidbury and Salcombe, with all pastures, fishings, woods, heriots etc.

  97. Sidmouth PROBATE Certificate granting administration of the goods of Joan Fling, deceased, of Sidmouth, to her sister Hester Bird. Folio sheet folded in half and written on one side, large impressed seal of Archdeaconry of Exeter. signed by Robert Wright, Surrogate. 1768. £16.00

  98. Sommers Gard (R), of Exeter LETTER dated Rougemont 10 Dec. 1860. 1p., 8vo, with mourning border, to a Mr. Nott, saying he is sending him an autograph of Lord Ingestre for his collection. Signed R. Sommers Gard. Pasted to stiff paper, 4to sheet. 1860. £14.00
    Sommers Gard was an M.P. who gave money for the building of the Royal Albert Museum.

  99. South Molton MANUSCRIPT PLAN of West Kidland Farm, showing farm buildings and fields. Sketch map on waxed cotton, scale 1/2500, size 32" x 16", folds. Shows farm buildings, and fields shaded in different colours. Notes about rights to break fences, ploughing etc, in pencil and red ink in various fields. c1920. £10.00

  100. Southern Railway PHOTOGRAPH of the railway engine 'Seaton'. Glossy black and white print with the stamp and number of the Southern Railway on verso, with the date June '46, and the number A5348. Size 6" x 8". 1946. £12.00

  101. Spreat (W) AWLISCOMBE CHURCH AND AYLESBEARE CHURCH Two views on one sheet. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. C. Hulmandel's Patent. Size of each view 4" x 6", plus margins. c1842. £15.00

  102. Spreat (W) BISHOP'S NYMPTON CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £15.00
    With a child next to a man talking to a woman in the right foreground who is carrying a bundle of sticks on her head. There are two other figures closer to the church.

  103. Spreat (W) BRADNINCH CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £15.00
    With part of a house to the left and a man talking to a woman in the central foreground in front of the church wall.

  104. Spreat (W) BRAMPFORD SPEKE CHURCH. Sketched and Drawn on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins, margins slightly spotty. Printed by C. Hulmandel c1842. £22.00

  105. Spreat (W) BUCKLAND MONACHORUM CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 9", on India paper. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £15.00
    With two groups of people in front of the church wall in the foreground and a young boy pointing to the church.

  106. Spreat (W) CADBURY CHURCH. Sketched and Drawn on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 5" x 8", on India paper. Printed by C. Hulmandel c1842. £15.00
    Shows a woman, holding a basket walking along a path towards the church in the foreground.

  107. Spreat (W) CHAWLEIGH CHURCH. Sketched and Drawn on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 5" x 8", on India paper, large margins. Printed by C. Hulmandel c1842. £22.00
    Man, woman and child to the left foreground, and woman walking along path to wards church door.

  108. Spreat (W) DARTINGTON CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £15.00

  109. Spreat (W) DUNSFORD CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £15.00
    Shows two groups of figures talking in front of the church wall.

  110. Spreat (W) IPPLEPEN CHURCH. Sketched and Drawn on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins, margins slightly spotty. Printed by C. Hulmandel c1842. £22.00
    There is a man, a woman and a child on a path in the foreground with a man sitting on the kerb stones and another man behind him pointing to a grave stone.

  111. Spreat (W) KENTON CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper. Printed by C. Hulmandel. c1842. £15.00
    There is a group on the path, adjacent to the boundary wall of the church, i the foreground, and 2 women further along the path.

  112. Spreat (W) SIDBURY CHURCH. Lithotint from Nature by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India Paper. C. Hulmandel's Patent. c1842. £15.00
    With a woman holding a basket in the left foreground walking towards the church.

  113. Spreat (W) WARKLEIGH CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface size approx. 6" x 7", on India paper. Printed by C. Hullmandel. c1842. £15.00

  114. Spreat (W) WIDDECOMBE IN THE MOOR CHURCH. Sketched and Drawn on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 8", on India paper, large margins, margins slightly spotty. Printed by C. Hulmandel c1842. £18.00

  115. Spreat (W) WOODBURY CHURCH. Drawn from Nature and on Stone by W. Spreat. Lithograph, engraved surface approx. 6" x 9", on India paper, large margins. [C. Hulmandel, Printer.] c1842. £24.00
    In the left foreground are a young child and a man talking to a woman who is holding a large jar. To the right are two men one of whom is carrying a long length of wood on his shoulder.

  116. Spreat (W), Publisher TEIGNMOUTH The Den, Looking South. Tinted lithograph, size 7" x 13", plus margins. Shows bathing machines on beach, couple in a carriage in foreground, tall flagpole-type structure on lawn, The Ness in distance. Sky area with foxing spots. c1850. £30.00

  117. Stewart (W), Publisher VIEWS OF NORTH DEVON 23 vignette views, title page, cloth boards, decorative gilt title, corners slightly rubbed, overall size 6" x 10", size of views ranging from 3" x 4" to 4" x 6", plus margins. First views browned, a few of the other views with some foxing spots in margin. Printed title page. c1860. £65.00
    The views are published by Banfield. Artists include William Willis, T. Martin, W. Gauci.

  118. Swimbridge LETTER from John Cowell to Edward Bray at Tavistock. 8 lines on small 4to sheet, blank conjoint leaf with address and Barnstaple postmark on verso. Informs Bray of the death of George Pope, 'late a life on Mr John Howe's Estate South Dinniton by which I find the best Beast Heriot is due to His Grace...' and wishes to know how to proceed. Docket title on verso John Cowell Reeve of the Manor of Bishopstawton... together with... LETTER to John Cowell at Swimbridge, from William Jones, dated Woburn, March 20 1792, concerning the best beast heriot on a farm at Downrue, telling him to demand the heriot 'I do not wish to be strict but must do Justice to His Grace'. 18 lines, 4to, folded with address and Woburn postmark on verso. 2" semi-circular tear in paper. 2 items. 1792-4. £16.00
    Bray was the Duke of Bedford's agent at Tavistock.

  119. Tallis & Co. PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT & STONEHOUSE Plan, engraved surface approx. 10" x 13", scale bar, decorative border and three vignette views. Delicate later hand-colouring. Pasted along about two inches at top edge to a thin sheet of card. Traces of central fold. The Plan drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin. 1860. £110.00

  120. Tavistock CONDITIONS OF A SURVEY held this day at the House of Mr. George Cumberland Skinner known by the Sign of the Bedford Arms Inn in Tavistock by Edward Bray for and on behalf of His Grace Francis Duke of Bedford for Sale of One hundred and Twenty one Oak Timber Trees... in Hangingcleave Wood.... Shillacleave Wood in the parish of Tavistock. Manuscript on 2p., small folio, blank conjoint leaf with docket title. With agreement for purchase signed by E. Start at the end. March 4th 1796. £14.00

  121. Tavistock NOTES ON THE CHURCH OF SAINT EUSTACHIUS TAVISTOCK Part I. 28pp., A4, stapled. Printed on one side only. n.d. 1970's? £6.00

  122. Tawstock SURVEY TERMS for Leasing Rollstone Down in Tawstock. Terms and Conditions of a Survey 18th June 1784, by Philip Sydenham Jnr. on behalf of Sir Bourchier Wray... Lists bidders. 1p, small folio, folded with docket title. 1784. £10.00

  123. Temple (Dr), Bishop of Exeter LETTER on headed paper with address 'The Palace, Exeter'. 5 lines on 2 sides small 8vo., saying he will not be able to accept the invitation to the Conference and tea of the United Kingdom Alliance. Signed 'F. Exon.' 16th January 1872. £7.00
    Dr. Temple later became Archbishop of Canterbury.

  124. Theatre Royal, Plymouth AN ORIGINAL EPILOGUE Written for the Battle of the Alma, Will be Spoken by Mr. C.R. Warde... in the Character of 'Time, The Only True Historian'. Single sheet, 4to, woodcut border, printed in double columns on one side. Title in decorative lettering. c1856. £45.00
    'Let 'em come! lion spirits still remain/Like rocks of steel, on Inkerman's dread plain.'

  125. Tiverton OLD FRAZIER - TOWN CRIER Tiverton, Devon. Watercolour, size 9" x 6", in thick card mount with title in ink, as above, on mount. Shows a slightly stout man with black tail coat, waistcoat, blue checked necktie, a cane under his arm and a roll of papers in his left hand. The top part of the original paper has been torn, affecting the top of his hat, and this has been added by someone on the paper to which it has been stuck. The extreme bottom left corner has also been torn, affecting only a couple of lines which indicate the ground. Surface of paper with some small spots at edges, paper and mount rather dusty. n.d. Mid-nineteenth century? £15.00
    The face is very well drawn.

  126. Tiverton PHOTOGRAPH of F.A. Payne J.P. Mayor of Tiverton. Photographed by Maull & Fox, Piccadilly, London. Photograph size 6" x 4", pasted to card mount, with name of photographer printed, name of Mayor written in pencil. Shows the Mayor, with a white beard, wearing fur-trimmed robe, and chain. c1895. £8.00

  127. Tiverton TWO PHOTOGRAPHS of Bampton Street and Fore Street. Black and white glossy prints by the Tiverton Gazette, size 6" x 8". c1959. £8.00

  128. Torquay etc. SNAPSHOT ALBUM South Devon. July 1936 and 1937. A Holiday in an Austin Seven. A Camping Holiday with a Morris Eight.. Thirty seven amateur 2" x 3" snaps of Beer, Buckfast etc., includes 6 views of the wreck of the Hertzgon Cecile at Salcombe. 1936-7. £22.00

  129. Torquay views TORQUAY 16 views of Torquay and area Oblong 8vo, gilt decorated boards. c1890. £14.00
    No date or publisher given.

  130. Vivian (Edward) TORQUAY, FROM PARK HILL. Tinted lithograph. Drawn by E. Vivian. On stone by E. Gauci. Size approx. 8" x 11", plus margins. Printed by M. & N. Hanhart, c1841. £45.00
    A very attractive view looking across the harbour to a terrace of houses, and a few houses on the hill behind, sailing ships in the harbour, with men in the foreground standing by a low wall.

  131. Week St. Mary POSTCARD real photo postcard. Titled 'Week St. Mary. Goodman Photo.' in white in plate. Unused. n.d. c1910. £4.00
    Shows a view taken from high up, across the village, tors in distance.

  132. Yonge (Henry) INVITATION to dinner, to an unknown correspondent, signed Henry Yonge. Letter beginning 'Sir', no address, just date 'Mon. noon'. n.d. c1800. £10.00
    Says the Rolles of Winscot are dining with them on Wednesday and he would like them to come too.

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