Plaque

Tobias Smollett & Chelsea China

Inscription

Chelsea china was manufactured in a house at the north end of Lawrence Street, 1745-1784. Tobias Smollett, novelist, also lived in part of the house, 1750 to 1762.
London County Council

Site: Tobias Smollett & Chelsea China (1 memorial)

SW3, Lawrence Street, 16

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Tobias Smollett & Chelsea China

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Chelsea china

Manufactured in a house at the north end of Lawrence Street SW3, 1745-1784. T...

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Tobias George Smollett

Born Dalquhurn (now part of Renton) Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Poet and author...

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