oblong 8vo., 8 x 10 inches, 25pp., neatly written up in ink, in the original watered cloth binding, upper cover lettered in gilt. In fine state of preservation. [together with], Inventory and valuation of the Sir Isaac Newton Inn, Glasshouse Street*, Nottingham. January 1898. By J.T. Whitehorn, Auctioneer & Valuer, Nottingham.> oblong 8vo., 8 x 10 inches, neatly written up in ink, in the original watered cloth binding, upper cover lettered in gilt. In fine state of preservation. Interesting detailed late Victorian inventories of two Nottingham inns or public houses, which provide a remarkably comprehensive portrait of the minutiae of their fixtures and fittings in the tap room, parlour, smoke bar, serving bar, front of vaults & passage, kitchen, yard, cellar, brew house, ale cellar, spirit cellar, hop room, servants bed room, top front bed room, lads bed room, stairs & landing, best bed room, club room, &c. &c. The inventory, attested and signed, accounts for absolutely everything both moveable and fixed and includes all the stock in trade (spirits, ale, beers, wine, mineral waters, cigarettes and cigars). * The Sir Isaac Newton Inn is still located in Nottingham on the corner of Howard Street and Glasshouse Street.