Plaque

Sir Samuel Romilly

Inscription

Here lived Sir Samuel Romilly, law reformer. Born 1757 : died 1818.

It was in this house that Romilly committed suicide.

Site: Sir Samuel Romilly (1 memorial)

WC1, Russell Square, 21

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Sir 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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