Plaque

Samuel Romilly

Samuel Romilly Samuel Romilly
Inscription

Sir Samuel Romilly, Knt., Solicitor-General 1806, occupied chambers here, 1778 - 1791.
{surrounded by a wreath of laurel leaves.}

Site: Samuel Romilly (1 memorial)

WC1, Gray's Inn Square

This memorial is in the north-west corner of the square.

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Samuel Romilly

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Sir Samuel Romilly

Law reformer. Born in Frith Street. Solicitor-General 1806. Caroline's Miscel...

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