The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 4
It consists of galleries, in which are views of public buildings both at home and abroad; in some, a very pleasing effect of light and shade is shown.
is situated on the north side of . Mr. Malcolm observes, that the circumstance of its being on of those few descents within London, renders it worthy of notice, rather than any magnificence in the buildings. The whole south side is occupied by the wall of an extensive garden, in the midst of which is a large stone house of heavy proportions, built by the earl of Bute about , and sold incomplete to the earl of Shelburne, afterwards marquis of Lansdown, for It is now called