Portuguese Embassy And Sebastião José De Carvalho E Melo Blue Plaque Photo

Portuguese Embassy and Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo blue plaque - These two houses were the Portuguese Embassy 1724-1747 The Marquess of Pombal Portuguese statesman, ambassador 1739-1744 lived here

Portuguese Embassy And Sebastião José De Carvalho E Melo Blue Plaque Map


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Ignatius Sancho Brown Plaque - Ignatius Sancho 1729-1780 writer, symbol of humanity of Africans lived and had a grocery shop near this site
William Henry Perkin Blue Plaque - Sir William H. Perkin (1838-1907) discovered mauveine, the world’s first synthetic dyestuff, in 1856. He and his brother Thomas produced mauveine from a factory on this site in 1857, and later alizarin, thus laying the foundations of the organic chemicals industry. This replaces a centenary plaque unveiled by Sir R Robinson in 1957.
Henry Irving And Bram Stoker Grey Plaque - Henry Irving was the first actor to be knighted (1895). From 1878 - 1902 he managed the Lyceum Theatre.    Whilst working at the Lyceum as Irving's acting manager, Bram Stoker wrote Dracula.

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