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Mr. ALLEN WALKER. ' Walks Through
London-Westminster '
WESTMINSTER is not merely the historic seat of government of tho -kingdom ; the site, for nearly two thousand years, of the Abbey in which the kings of England have been crowned, of the Parliament House, the Law Courts (for Westminster Hill was. until the opening of the Law Courts in the Strand, in 1882, the legal hub of the country) and the Government offices. In addition to all these formal glories so well known to tho sightseer, old Westminster contains many nóoks and corners with a secluded ehcrm of their own -for instance, the cloisters of the Abbey where the famous Westminster School is housed, the little old streets between Dean's Yard and the big new office buildings on Millbank, and the touch of a vanished dignity that lingers in Queen Anne's Gate. Mr. Allen Walker is among the most erudite and the most discerning lovers of old London, and thoae who have heard his lectures on such subjects, or his architectural Talks broadcast last year, will have every confidence in accepting him as a guide.


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