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MANOR HOUSE, KENNINGTON

The front elevation of the old Manor House in Lower Kennington Lane, when the residence of Dr. Isaac Watts, the Psalmist. The house was built in the reign of James I and replaced an ancient Royal palace, the favourite residence of Edward The Black Prince. It was the residence of Charles I when Prince of Wales and in its later years became a reformatory known as the Female Philanthropic School. The Manor was demolished in 1875 to make way for 'street improvements'. Watercolour by G. Yates, 1826.Ref: SP13/188/MAN.3

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Image type:Watercolour Painting
Artist:G.Yates
Ref:00157
Original ref:SP13/188/MAN 3
Date:1826

-Before 1850BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREHOUSINGOPEN SPACESWatercolour Painting

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