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Sr. Francis Bacon Viscount St. Albans Lord Chancellor.

St. Albans, from the residence of Hon. J. Gregory Smith, Lake Champlain in the distance.

St. Albans as seen from the residence of Hon. J. Gregory Smith. Lake Champlain and Adirondacks in the distance.

Winter. Residence of Hon. W.C. Smith, north-west view, St. Albans.

Church Street, St. Albans.

Church Street, from the south, St. Albans.

St. Albans as seen from the residence of Hon. J. Gregory Smith. Lake Champlain and Adirondacks in the distance.

St. Albans, from the residence of Hon. J. Gregory Smith, Lake Champlain in the distance.

Church Street, St. Albans.

Church Street, from the south, St. Albans.

Glen Aldis -- Aldis Hill, St. Albans.

Winter. Residence of Hon. W.C. Smith, north-west view, St. Albans.

Glen Aldis -- Aldis Hill, St. Albans.

Winter. Bank Street East from Main, St. Albans.

Winter. Bank Street East from Main, St. Albans.

The Right Honble. Sr. Francis Bacon, baron of Verulam, viscount of St. Albans, Ld. high chancellor of England.

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 11; Sub Plan; Formerly Town of Flushing 3rd Ward; [Map bounded by Grand Ave., Black Stump Road, Charlecote, Croydon Jamaica Estates Road, Edgerton Blvd., Doncaster Blvd., Henley Road, Midland Parkway, Radnor Road, Brdnor Road, Avon Road, Kent Road, Chevy Chase Road]; Part of Ward 4 Jamaica; [Map bounded by Hillside Ave., Prospect Ave., Home Lawn Ave., Harvard Ave., Yale Ave., Larremore Ave., Homer Lee Ave., Compton Terrace, Warwick Ave., Hilldale Ave., Avalon Ave., Ackroyd Ave., Dugan Ave., Thomas Ave., Shelton Ave., Wheeler Ave., Cooper Ave., Dunham Ave., Candage Ave., Brenton Ave.; Including Madison St., High St., Lafayette St., King St., Emma St., Henry St., Orchard St., N. First St., Liberty St., Fulton St., Skidmore St., Charles St., Dora St., Franklin St., Willow St., Douglas St., Larch St., South St., Theoadbe St., Sayre St., George St., Gilbert St., Samuel St., William St.; Including Covert PL., Islington PL., Hedges PL., St. Albans PL., Eastwood PL.; Including Merrick Road, Radnor Road, Croydon Road, Charlecote Cardiff Road, Henley Road, Dalny Road, Ridge, Circle, Wexford Terrace, Midland Parkway, Putney Road, Black Stump Road, Canonburg Road]; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by The Odore St., Adolph St., George St.]

The Dartmouth and St. Albans, 509 and 515 Cathedral Parkway (110th Street), between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.

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