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Excerpt from Tales of Our Great Families, Vol. 2 of 2
Among the many well-authenticated tales of supernatural events - or at any rate of events that cannot be explained by any merely natural laws - is one which for nearly a century has been current in the noble house of Lyttelton, being handed down with great minuteness "from sire to son," and referred to by Sir Walter Scott, Boswell, and Hugh Miller, as well as by other writers. It relates to the sudden end of Thomas, second Lord Lyttelton, which happened at a house at Epsom in Surrey - then a fashionable town - on the 27th of November, 1779, when his lordship was only six-and-thirty years of age.
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bound: 342 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (September 27, 2015)
isbn: 1330197410, 978-1330197417,
weight: 1 pounds (