London – Public Gardens – Vauxhall Gardens

This article is from the book London – Volume 3 published in 1824 by Sholto and Reuben Percy – Brothers of the Benedictine Monastery – it covers the history of London’s public gardens, also known as tea-gardens, in the 18th Century.  Read other posts in this series London – Public Gardens – Vauxhall Gardens For … Continue reading London – Public Gardens – Vauxhall Gardens

London – Public Gardens – 1770 – Bermondsey Spa

This article is from the book London – Volume 3 published in 1824 by Sholto and Reuben Percy – Brothers of the Benedictine Monastery – it covers the history of Londons public gardens, also known as tea-gardens, in the 18th Century.  Read other posts in this series London – Public Gardens – 1770 – Bermondsey … Continue reading London – Public Gardens – 1770 – Bermondsey Spa

London – Public Gardens – 1700s – White Conduit House

This article is from the book London – Volume 3 published in 1824 by Sholto and Reuben Percy – Brothers of the Benedictine Monastery – it covers the history of Londons public gardens, also known as tea-gardens, in the 18th Century.  Read other posts in this series London – Public Gardens – 1700s – White … Continue reading London – Public Gardens – 1700s – White Conduit House

London – Public Gardens – 1733 – Islington Spa

This article is from the book London – Volume 3 published in 1824 by Sholto and Reuben Percy – Brothers of the Benedictine Monastery – it covers the history of London’s public gardens, also known as tea-gardens, in the 18th Century. Read other posts in this series London – Public Gardens – 1733 – Islington … Continue reading London – Public Gardens – 1733 – Islington Spa

London – Public Gardens – 1700s – Ranelagh

This article is from the book London – Volume 3 published in 1824 by Sholto and Reuben Percy – Brothers of the Benedictine Monastery – it covers the history of London’s public gardens, also known as tea-gardens, in the 18th Century.  Read other posts in this series London – Public Gardens – 1700s – Ranelagh … Continue reading London – Public Gardens – 1700s – Ranelagh