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Queen of Bohemia, Wych Street, St Clement Danes WC2

It is situated in Wych street, and Little Stanhope street according to the sale instructions in 1802. This was earlier the Craven House and named after Lord Craven's mistress, Elizabeth of Bohemia, the daughter of James I.

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The London Lodge meets at the Queen of Bohemias Head, Wych street, St Clements, London in 1768

The Lodge of Faith meets at the Queen of Bohemia, Wych street, St Clements, London in 1798

Oracle and the Daily Advertiser 31 July 1802
Valuable Freeholds, and Spacious plot of ground near Temple bar
On the premises , the Queen of Bohemia, Wych street, on Wednesday August 11, at twelve o'clock.
A very valuable and extensive plot of Freehold ground, eligibly situate in Wych street, and Little Stanhope street, Temple bar; well adapted for erecting a brewery, distillery, warehouse etc of which immediate possession will be given.
Also four brick built messuages, one of them the King of Prussia public house, now in full trade, let on leases for a short term, at low ground rents.




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