... a house in Kensington Gore, then considered to be in the country, the purer air and quieter atmosphere of which she hoped would benefit her health that now suffered from the strain of constant work. The mansion she selected, known as Gore House, had... Kensington - Page 26by Geraldine Edith Mitton - 1903 - 103 pagesFull view
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Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1896
...The mansion she selected, known as Gore House, had once been the residence of William Wilberforce. Lying back from the road, from which it was separated...attraction of all were the beautiful gardens stretching at the back, with their wide terraces, flower-plots, extensive lawns and fine old trees. The house...