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