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Sly's King's Arms and Royal Hotel, Lancaster. [Prefixed are three hand-bills announcing that a sale of âeall the valuable and historical contentsâ will take place in April, 1877.]
Sly's King's Arms and Royal Hotel, Lancaster. [Prefixed are three hand-bills announcing that a sale of âeall the valuable and historical contentsâ will take place in April, 1877.]
This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages.
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Hotel Lancaster Lobby, Paris, France
Hotel Lancaster Lobby, Paris, France
Another view of the Hotel Lancaster Lobby. It's an intimate lobby that's characteristic of boutique hotels.
View into the Hotel Lancaster Lobby
View into the Hotel Lancaster Lobby
We stayed at the Hotel Lancaster in Paris. It was a great boutique hotel with very distinct rooms.

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Sly's King's Arms and Royal Hotel, Lancaster. Prefixed are three hand-bills announcing that a sale of "all the valuable and historical contents" will take place in April, 1877
Title: Sly's King's Arms and Royal Hotel, Lancaster. [Prefixed are three hand-bills announcing that a sale of "all the valuable and historical contents" will take place in April, 1877.]

Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions

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Sly, Joseph;
1875
8?.
10347.cc.2.(13.)

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