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PRIORY, BEDFORD HILL, BALHAM

The Priory, Bedford Hill, Balham. A Regency Gothic villa built in 1812 and converted into flats in 1981-2. The building achieved national fame as the location for the celebrated Victorian mystery, the 'Bravo poisoning', in 1876. Engraving, considered to be from the Illustrated London News, c.1876.Ref: SP23/951/PRI.1

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Image type:Engraving
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Ref:01242
Original ref:SP23/951/PRI.1
Date:c.1876

1876 - 1900BALHAMBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREEngravingHOUSINGRELIGION

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