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The life and circumstances of James Brydges, first Duke of Chandos, patron of the liberal arts,

Author: C H Collins Baker; Muriel I Baker; Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1949.
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Baker, C.H. Collins (Charles Henry Collins), 1880-1959.
Life and circumstances of James Brydges.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1949
(OCoLC)644928264
Named Person: James Brydges Chandos, Duke of; James Brydges, First Duke of Chandos.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C H Collins Baker; Muriel I Baker; Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
OCLC Number: 1515247
Description: xix, 493 pages plates, portraits, plans 25 cm
Contents: The 'register' --
James Brydges' youth and how he acquired cannons --
Inside the paymaster's office --
Sion hill, books and pictures --
Brydges' second marriage; earl of Carnarvon, Duke of Chandos --
Cannons --
Cannons grounds and inventory --
Cannons' economy --
Mississippi, South Sea, and Africa company speculations; Chandos house, St. James's square; George Brydges of Avington --
Bridgwater --
The duke's sons --
Cavendish square --
Bath --
Ventures --
Shaw Hall, Berkshire, and Scotland Yard --
Enfield Chace --
Interlude --
Death of duchess Cassandra and marriage with duchess Lydia --
Chandos' last illness and death: medical science --
Epilogue to cannons.
Responsibility: by C.H. Collins Baker and Muriel I. Baker. Published in co-operation with the Huntington Library.

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