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Number 9, Royal Terrace

Number 9 Royal Terrace

Number 9 Royal Terrace was the tenth house in the terrace, located towards the western end of the block, overlooking the River Thames.

In 1773-76 the first resident of this house was John Robinson (1727-1802), Secretary of the Treasury. In 1797-98 it became the home of Sir John William Anderson, Lord Mayor of London; and from 1860 it was used as the offices of various societies including the Institute of Chemistry in 1885-93.

In the back parlour, or dining room on the ground floor a chimneypiece was installed for which there is no extant design, with plain stiles, a fluted frieze, and a tablet containing an urn. It survived to be photographed by the LCC in 1936.
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