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La Société d'Études Staëliennes

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La Société d'Études Staëliennes

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Germaine Necker Baronne de Staël-Holstein

1813 - 1814, Germaine Necker Baronne de Staël-Holstein, lived in a house on t...

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William Combe

William Combe

Writer. Chiefly remembered as the author of 'The Three Tours of Dr Syntax', a comic poem which satirised William Gilpin. 

Person, Literature

1 memorial
Sir Edmund Gosse

Sir Edmund Gosse

Born 13 Trafalgar Terrace (now 56 Mortimer Road), Hackney, son of Philip Gosse. Writer, best known for his book ‘Father and Son’ which is partly autobiographical and depicts the new generation free...

Person, Literature

2 memorials
Michael Bond

Michael Bond

Writer. Born Newbury. His first book 'A Bear Called Paddington' was published in 1958. There have been 23 Paddington books. Also wrote for adults.

Person, Children, Literature

2 memorials
Isaac D'Israeli

Isaac D'Israeli

Author. Not to be confused with Benjamin Disraeli, the novel-writing Prime Minister who was his son. Born at 5 Great St. Helen's London. Died at home at High Wycombe, but his birthplace has two ca...

Person, Literature

2 memorials
Westminster Literary Scientific and Mechanics' Institution

Westminster Literary Scientific and Mechanics' Institution

In 1856 this building was purchased by the Vestry Council of St Margaret and St John in Westminster to provide premises for a public library as described in the 1855 Public Libraries Act, thus beat...

Building, Literature, Science

1 memorial