Plaque

Richard Cobden

Inscription

Richard Cobden, 1804 - 1865, died here.
LCC

Site: Richard Cobden plaque (1 memorial)

SW1, Suffolk Street, 23

This building is a rare survivor of John Nash's Regent Street development. English Buildings appreciates it.

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Richard Cobden

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Richard Cobden

Political economist and Liberal MP. Born near Midhurst, Sussex, into a large ...

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Richard Cobden

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London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

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