A catalogue of all the elegant houshold furniture

  • AuthorChristie, Mr. (James), 1730-1803.
  • TitleA catalogue of all the elegant houshold furniture, farming and garden implements, about thirty loads of hay, a large quantity of old glazed sashes, old iron, and other valuable effects, at Ealing Grove, situate near the six mile stone on the Uxbridge Road, late the residence of His Grace the Duke of Argyle : which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Christie, on the premises, on Friday, the 1st July, 1791, and three following days (Sunday excepted) …
  • Publication[London] : [James Christie], [1791]

Catalog Record 

125 C555 791

Acquired March 2017

Inventory of Sr. Robert Danvers’s goods at Rushbrook

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A detailed manuscript inventory in a single hand, taken in May 1759 “when the Duke of Cleveland came into the house.” Arranged by room, the inventory provides a detailed list of the furniture, decorative items, and other furnishings for the servants rooms, serving halls, storage areas, and even the dog kennel as well as the public rooms and owners’ personal spaces.

  • TitleInventory of Sr. Robert Danvers’s goods at Rushbrook when the Duke of Cleveland came into the house, 1759, 1760 February.

Catalog Record

LWL Mss Vol. 210

Acquired July 2013

 

A true and perfect inventory of [the] goods

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Manuscript, in a single hand, dated and signed with the marks of the two appraisers, Samuel Kidsmead and Henry Stephens. The inventory of the deceased weaver includes his apparel and money, looms and tools, books, lumber and bed. The estate totaled £14.12.00.

  • Creator: Kidsmead, Samuel.
  • Title: A true and perfect inventory of [the] goods, shattells, rights and creditts of Sam. Twissell of [the] Parish of Bisley in the county of Gloust.: weaver, late deceased, taken by us whose bnames are herunto subscribed this twenty seventh day of March 1728 … 1728 March 27.

Catalog Record

LWL Mss File 111

Acquired June 2013

A true and perfect inventory of … Robert Clark … of Arlingham

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Manuscript, in a single hand, dated and signed by the two appraisers, Thomas Watts and Thomas Roberts. The inventory includes the deceased’s clothes, furniture, household goods, and tools. The value totaled £13.9.3.

  • Title: A true and perfect inventory of the goods and chattles of Robert Clark of this parish of Arlingham in the county of Gloucester, blacksmith, deceased …, 1738 September 26.

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LWL Mss File 95

Acquired July 2012

An inventory of … Samuell Bisco … of Cheltonhan

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Manuscript, in a single hand, dated and signed by the three appraisers, John Potter, John Bliss, and Benjamin Bisco. The inventory includes a general description of the property including the weaver’s equipment and goods in various areas of the house. The value totaled £19.16.6.

  • Title: An inventory of [the] goods & chattels of Samuell Bisco weaver, late of Cheltonhan in [the] county of Gloschester …, 1740 May 14.

Catalog record

LWL Mss File 94

Acquired July 2012

An inventory … of Jeremiah Butt … of Hampton …

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Manuscript, in a single hand, dated and signed by the two appraisers, Charles Winn and Thomas Skimmer. The inventory includes the deceased’s clothes, furniture, household goods including thirty pounds of pewter and forty pounds of brass. The value totaled £9.18.11.

  • Title: An inventory of all and singular the goods, chattles, rights, creditts and effects of Jeremiah Butt of the parish of Hampton in the county of Gloucester, clothworker, deseased …, 1735 December 17.

Catalog record

LWL Mss File 93

Acquired July 2012

A true and perfect inventory … of Richard Clark, late of Frampton-upon-Severn

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Manuscript, in a single hand, dated and signed by the two appraisers, John Hieron [?] and William Wicksen. The inventory includes all the livestock (and where they located) and the farm equipment. Other items are listed by location: shop, parlour, kitchen, dairy, pantry, and the barn. The value totaled £210.16.0.

  • Title: A true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits, of Richard Clark, late of Frampton-upon-Severn, in the county of Glocester, yeoman deceased …, 1765 November 1.

Catalog record

LWL Mss File 92

Acquired July 2012