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LONDON: HURST AND BLACKETT, PUBLISHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO HENRY COLBURN,
13, GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.
Printed by Schulze and Co., 13, Poland Street.
THE SECOND VOLUME.
Holland House continued-Family of the Foxes-Sir
Stephen Fox-Henry Fox, First Lord Holland-Fox
and Pitt-His Lordship's Jovial Career and Melancholy
Decline-His Kingsgate Villa-Curious Story of Lady
Caroline Lenox's Determination to Marry Him-The
Rose in the Fox's Mouth-Lady Sarah Lenox, the
“ Lass of Richmond Hill”—Lady Susan Fox of
Strangeways, and Perils of Private Theatricals-Her
Marriage with an Actor
Holland House concluded-Stephen, second Lord Hol- and Character-Henry Richard, Third Lord Holland
land-Charles James Fox, the Statesman-His Career
His Elegant Literature, Hospitality, Protests in the
House of Lords, &c. .
Little Holland House-Mrs. Inchbald-Hon. Miss Fox-
Bentham and Sidney Smith-Addison Road-General
and Lady Mary Fox—"Homer Villas,” and “ Cato
Cottages”— Addison Terrace-Lee's Nursery — Ken-
sington Gravel Pits—Swift-The Calcott's—Sheffield,
Duke of Buckinghamshire-Campden Grove-Newton
House, and Sir Isaac Newton-Campden House-
Strange History of the Little Duke of Gloucester, Son
of Princess (afterwards Queen) Anne-"Duke upon
Duke," or Lechmere and Guise Romantic Tower.
Kensington Palace and Gardens-Their Origin and
Growth-Character of the Palace as a Building—The
Finch Family—Inmates of the Palace-Its Want of
Gardens to Itself-Heneage Finch and his Sons, the
Earls of Nottingham-William and Mary, Their Court
and Characters-Queen Anne and Her Court_The
Duchess of Marlborough - Pope's Banter on the
Horticulture of those Days.
Kensington Palace and Gardens continued-Maids of
Honour-Proposed History of them by Swift and Ar-
buthnot-Queen Anne's Hunting-Rise of the Ken-
sington Garden Promenades in the Time of George the
First-Fairy Story in Tickell's Poem on the Gardens-
Princess of Wales, afterwards Queen Caroline--Miss
Hobart Miss Howe - The Miss Bellendens-Miss
Lepell-Miss Pitt-Other Promenaders of both Sexes
Addison, Steele, and Garth-Voltaire and Watteau.
Palace and Gardens continued-George the Second and
Queen Caroline-Series of Reigning Belles-Mason
and Richardson--Phrases of Male and Female Cos-
tume—“Philosophy of the Hoop--Its Praises by
Thomson-Praise of Patches, by Allan Ramsay-A
Squadron of Hoops in the Great Kensington Roadstead.