Plate 65: Villas on the Day estate

Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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In this section

The day Estate: Eighteenth-Century Villas (pp. 158-60). All demolished

a. (top). Clareville, c. 1784, in 1852

Figure 65a:

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Clareville, c. 1784, in 1852

b. (above left) The Rosary, c. 1774, in the 1840s

Figure 65b:

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The Rosary, c. 1774, in the 1840s

c. (above) The Rosary; library in the occupation of Samuel Carter and Anna Maria Hall

Figure 65c:

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The Rosary; library in the occupation of Samuel Carter and Anna Maria Hall

d. (left). Brompton Villa, c. 1770, in c. 1871

Figure 65d:

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Brompton Villa, c. 1770, in c. 1871