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THE PICCADILLY HOME OF LORD BYRON

THE PICCADILLY HOME OF LORD BYRON

At 139 Piccadilly, now the residence of Baron d'Erlanger, Lord Byron passed a year or more of his married Me. The house is in that part of Piccadilly which lies between lark Lane and Hamilton Place. It was known as Piccadilly Terrace in Byron's time, since when it has been incorporated with Piccadilly proper.

Other pictures from London's Literary Associations


THE HOUSE AT HAMPSTEAD WHERE KEATS COMPOSED HIS "ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE"

THE SITE OF CAXTON'S FIRST PRESS

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