Warminster


Title

Warminster

Description

Warminster. Is a place of great antiquity, and at the Norman Conquest belonged to the Crown, the tenant holding it on the condition that one night's lodging be supplied to the King and his suite, whenever he wished. Charles II visited Longleat in 1663, and George III with his Queen and the Princesses have also been entertained by the lord of the Manor of Warminster at Longleat.
Photo. & pub. by R. Wilkinson & Co. Trowbridge

Language

English

Source

Postcard 76 of 178 in a bound album of an unidentified person held in the Monash University Library Rare Books Collection. Digitised by Monash University Library in 2014. Find this item in the Library catalogue.

Medium

Extent

1 postcard. col; 14 x 9 cm

Rights

No known copyright

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Citation

“Warminster,” Monash Collections Online, accessed April 23, 2019, http://repository.monash.edu/items/show/25038