Oliver wendal homes essays

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Sixty years after it was completed, [The Doncaster Mansion House] the ballroom was provided with a companion of equal, and perhaps less awesome elegance. In 1806, a new dining room was designed for the corporation by Lindley, a pupil of the celebrated John Carr of York, he had moved to Doncaster by 1783, where he carried on a thriving local architectural practice. It seems likely that the new dining room was inspired by the wish to present the best possible image of the town for the visit of the Prince Regent (the future George IV) and his brother, the duke of Clarence (the future William IV) to the Doncaster races in 1806.

Oliver wendal homes essays

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