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Photo: Title: Old and new London : a narrative of its history, its people, and its places
Year: 1873 (1870s)
AuthorsThornbury, Walter, 1828-1876
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PublisherLondon : Cassell, Petter, & Galpin
Contributing LibraryUniversity of California Libraries
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, yellow wizened man, withone shoulder higher than the other. He was thehero of the populace, for the English people wereeager to carry on the war, and the Prince vvasagainst the impending peace which the new Tory streets at night for them. The Bishop of Salis-burys (Burnets) son is said to be of the gang.They are all Whigs. Thus writes the great Torychampion of the Whig bishops son. He, too, hadhis abode in Leicester Field in 1712, the year ofhis greatest literary activity. As we have already mentioned, Leicester Housewas the first element of the square, and as build-ings gradually grew up around, it formed the boun-dary on the north side. The house itself stood wellback, having a spacious courtyard in front as wellas an extensive garden in the rear. Northouckdescribes the house in 1773 as a large brickbuilding, with a wide courtyard before. There isextant a drawing of Leicester House by GeorgeVirtue, taken in 1748, shov/ing the sentries at the Leicester Square.) LEICESTER HOUSE. 163
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