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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

17th August 2000 St James Palace announce that Prince William passed his A Levels and gained a place at University.

17th August 1990 Actress Rachel Hurd-Wood was born in Streatham, London.

17th August 1968 Actress Helen McCrory was born in Paddington, London.

17th August 1798 Pathologist Thomas Hodgkin was born in Streatham, London.

Writer Bret Harte lived here



Writer Bret Harte lived here

American author and poet Bret Harte lived and died here.

Location: 74 Lancaster Gate, London

Description: Francis Bret Harte (1836-1902), the famous American author and poet, lived here. He is renowned for his accounts of pioneering life in California and for being post-humously insulted by Mark Twain.




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Writer Bret Harte lived here

American author and poet Bret Harte lived and died here.


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Can you please tell me if it is possible to visit the premises and are there any items relating to his writing while in London. (Paul Gregg)
Posted by Paul Gregg on 2008-01-01
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