Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 334

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Wednesday, December 16th, 1891,
At ONE precisely.

Basement - Housekeeper's Room.

301 The Brussels carpet as planned, about     yards, and a 3ft, 6in, brass-rail nursery fender and a set of steel fire implements
302 Chimney glass in gilt frame, plate 30in, by 24in,. and a hand sewing machine in case
303 A 3ft. 9in. oval extending mahogany dining table and extra leaf
304 Mahogany-frame easy chair covered cretonne, and a birch-frame low-seated chair with loose cushion in cretonne
305 Mahogany rail-back chair, 3 cane-seat chairs, and a carpet foot hassock
306  Striking timepiece in walnut case by Payne and Co., New Bond Street, and a pair of Oriental plates
307 Six chromos, framed and glazed, and 2 large japanned tin cannisters and lids
308 Brozed gas pendant, ground globe and consumer, and a japanned coal scuttle

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