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Lady Luxborough goes to Bath.
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There are a number of books that include details of Lady Luxborough’s life: – ‘The Warwickshire Coterie’, Colin Hey; ‘Henley-in-Arden’, Williarn Cooper; ‘The Knights of Barrells’, Arthur Carden; ‘Lady Luxborough goes to Bath’, Marjorie Williams.
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