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View principally comprising Marylebone Manor House, gardens, park and environs, as they probably stood in the time of Q. Elizabeth

View principally comprising Marylebone Manor House, gardens, park and environs, as they probably stood in the time of Q. Elizabeth

Engraver: Thomas, John

Medium: Aquatint

Date: 1800

Shelfmark: Ktop XXVIII

Item number: 12-d

Genre: Topographical Print

This former manor house was reused as a hunting lodge by Henry VIII. The Tudor children Mary, Elizabeth and Edward all hunted in the grounds here. The house was sold by James I to the Austen family and in the 18th century the Duke of Newcastle bought and developed the land. Although later used as a boarding school, the Manor House was demolished in 1791.

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