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Number One London by Kristine Hughes - 3d ago
Regency England – a time like no other. The madness of King George led to his son, the Prince Regent, assuming the throne and ushering in ..read more
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Many people may be surprised to learn that the Duke of Wellington was a keen tennis player – so much so that he had an indoor court built ..read more
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 Thomas Creevey  Mr. Creevey to Dr. Currie. 22nd Aug., 1803. “… I saw a great deal of Sheridan. We dined together several times, ..read more
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In 1959, Roy Strong became an assistant keeper at London’s National Portrait Gallery and was appointed as its Director in 1967. Young, ..read more
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Number One London by Kristine Hughes - 3w ago
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July 28, 2019, is the 153rd birthday of Beatrix Potter, an extraordinary woman we remember with great affection and appreciation.   ..read more
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Number One London by Kristine Hughes - 1M ago
From The Horse-World of London by William John Gordon (1893) Tattersall’s is usually looked upon as the headquarters of horsey London. It ..read more
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by Louisa Cornell – originally published June 26, 2017 Regular visitors to Number One London have read of my obsession with research ..read more
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Number One London by Kristine Hughes - 1M ago
by Victoria Hinshaw The Percy family, now dukes of Northumberland have lived at Syon House for many years. To follow the fortunes of the ..read more
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From The Letters of Queen Victoria Queen Victoria to the King of the Belgians. Buckingham Palace, 9th July 1850. My Dearest Uncle,—We ..read more

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