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" So litde of vain ostentation was to be seen there. At the entrance, where coaches ordinarily came in, the duke built a neat dwelling-house, but pompous stables, which would accommodate forty horses, as well as the best stables he had. This was called... "
The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ... - Page 272
by Roger North - 1826
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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford; the Hon ..., Volume 1

Roger North - 1890
...built a neat dwelling-house, but pompous stables, which would accommodate forty horses, as well asthe best stables he had. This was called the inn, and...lodged,, whose equipages were in his own stables. 196. As for the duke and duchess, and their friends,, there was no time of the day without diversion....
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