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Ædes Althorpianæ ; or, a Descriptive Catalogue of the Pictures, and of a portion of the LIBRARY in the Ancestral Residence of George John Earl Spencer, K.G. &c. &c. at Althorp. By the Rev. T. F. DIBDIN.

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