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The Kentish lottery - or a new way to pay old debts
'The Kentish lottery - or a new way to pay old debts', 1819. The Duke of Kent and Lord Mayor of London Sir Matthew Wood advertising a lottery scheme. An allusion to an application by the Duke of Kent, unable to find a purchaser for his debt-laden estate at Ealing, to dispose of the property by lottery.
- Image ref: 1620740
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)