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Number 1, Adam Street

Number 1 Adam Street

Number 1 Adam Street was located on the eastern side of the street, at the south end of the block, with a view of the River Thames from one side.

In the nineteenth century it was joined with number 2 Adam Street, and together they were the home of Rev. Vicesimus Knox from 1812-21, followed by his oldest son, also Vicesimus. In 1840-41 numbers 1 and 2 were occupied by the New Zealand Colonisation Company and its secretary John Ward; in 1844 they were the home of William Bridges Adams, an inventor; and in 1899 Sir John Scott, the judicial adviser to the Khedive of Egypt.
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