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GREAT BRITAIN. Parliament. House of Commons
Godolphin House. Copy of the lease granted to His Royal Highness the late Duke of York, of the site of Godolphin House. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 22 May 1827.
[London]: 1827.
10, [2] p. : [1] litho. illus. ; 33.9 cm. (2º)

House of Commons 379. Drop-head title. Docket-title. Lithographic plan on p. 2 signed 'I Basire Lithog'. The Duke of York moved into Godolphin House in Stable Yard, adjacent to St James's Palace on the east side in 1807. He had it demolished in 1825 and construction of York House began in 1826. The Duke died in 1827 without having enjoyed his new premises. In 1828, the Government sold the unfinished mansion to the Marquis of Stafford.

Copy Notes Bound (2) with Report from the Select Committee on Crown Leases. ... 19 June 1829 (q.v.).

Binding C20th blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine.

Reference Number 4468


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