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MLA

Lucas, James. A Catalogue of All the Neat Elegant Genuine Household Furniture: Table and Tea Services of Fine Nankeen, Dresden, and Chelsea Porcelain, China, Glass, Valuable Pictures, Prints, a Large Capital Collection of Curious Shells, Insects, Sea Weeds, Rock Work, Household Linen, and Other Effects, Also All the Live and Dead Stock, Belonging to Bartholomew Price, Esq. Who Is Quitting His Seat At Challow, In Berkshire, One Mile From Wantage, In the High Turnpike Road and Sixty-one Miles From London: Which (by Direction of the Proprietor) Will Be Sold by Auction, By James Lucas, On Wednesday the 20th of September, 1786, and Two Following Days, On the Premises, In 150 Lots Each Day, At Ten O'clock, The Whole May Be Viewed On Monday and Tuesday, and the Mornings of Sale. Catalogues May Be Then Had On the Premises; the Inns On the Road From London to Challow; and of James Lucas, Auctioneer, No. 66, Chiswell Street, Moorfields. London, Who Respectfully Begs Leave to Inform the Public, That the China, Glass, Shells, Insects, Books, and Part of the Household Furniture, Will Be Sold In the First Day; the Drawing Room Suite, Principal Rooms, Prints, Pictures, and Linen, In the Second Day's Sale; and All the Valuable Live and Dead Stock, Building Materials, Brewing Vessels, and Other Useful Domestic Articles In the Third and Last Day's Sale. - The Furniture to Be Cleared On the Mornings of Sale, and Within One Day After the Sale Is Ended. [London: s.n., 1786.

APA

Lucas, J. (1786). A catalogue of all the neat elegant genuine household furniture: Table and Tea services of fine Nankeen, Dresden, and Chelsea Porcelain, China, Glass, valuable Pictures, Prints, a large capital Collection of curious Shells, Insects, Sea Weeds, Rock Work, household linen, and other effects, also All the live and dead stock, belonging to Bartholomew Price, Esq. Who is quitting his Seat at Challow, in Berkshire, One Mile from Wantage, in the High Turnpike Road and Sixty-One Miles from London: which (by direction of the proprietor) Will be sold by Auction, By James Lucas, On Wednesday the 20th of September, 1786, and Two following Days, On the Premises, In 150 Lots each Day, at Ten O'Clock, The Whole may be viewed on Monday and Tuesday, and the Mornings of Sale. Catalogues may be then had on the Premises; the Inns on the Road from London to Challow; and of James Lucas, Auctioneer, No. 66, Chiswell Street, Moorfields. London, who respectfully begs Leave to inform the Public, that the China, Glass, Shells, Insects, Books, and Part of the Household Furniture, will be sold in the First Day; the Drawing Room Suite, principal Rooms, Prints, Pictures, and Linen, in the Second Day's Sale; and all the valuable Live and Dead Stock, Building Materials, Brewing Vessels, and other useful Domestic Articles in the Third and last Day's Sale. - The Furniture to be cleared on the Mornings of Sale, and within One Day after the Sale is ended. [London: s.n.

Chicago

Lucas, James, A Catalogue of All the Neat Elegant Genuine Household Furniture: Table and Tea Services of Fine Nankeen, Dresden, and Chelsea Porcelain, China, Glass, Valuable Pictures, Prints, a Large Capital Collection of Curious Shells, Insects, Sea Weeds, Rock Work, Household Linen, and Other Effects, Also All the Live and Dead Stock, Belonging to Bartholomew Price, Esq. Who Is Quitting His Seat At Challow, In Berkshire, One Mile From Wantage, In the High Turnpike Road and Sixty-One Miles From London: Which (by Direction of the Proprietor) Will Be Sold by Auction, By James Lucas, On Wednesday the 20th of September, 1786, and Two Following Days, On the Premises, In 150 Lots Each Day, At Ten O'clock, The Whole May Be Viewed On Monday and Tuesday, and the Mornings of Sale. Catalogues May Be Then Had On the Premises; the Inns On the Road From London to Challow; and of James Lucas, Auctioneer, No. 66, Chiswell Street, Moorfields. London, Who Respectfully Begs Leave to Inform the Public, That the China, Glass, Shells, Insects, Books, and Part of the Household Furniture, Will Be Sold In the First Day; the Drawing Room Suite, Principal Rooms, Prints, Pictures, and Linen, In the Second Day's Sale; and All the Valuable Live and Dead Stock, Building Materials, Brewing Vessels, and Other Useful Domestic Articles In the Third and Last Day's Sale. - The Furniture to Be Cleared On the Mornings of Sale, and Within One Day After the Sale Is Ended. [London: s.n., 1786.