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Lady John Manners

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Lady John Manners

There is sheet music dated 1873 for a song "True for ever" with words and music by Lady John Manners and Virginia Gabriel. Could this be the same LJM who opened our garden? We hope so.

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Lady John Manners

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St Andrew's Gardens - opening

This ground, laid out for public recreation and rest, by the Vestry of St. Pa...

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Dr. Charles Burney

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Richard Tauber

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