It is actually in the Unitary Authority of West Berkshire and in the ceremonial County of Berkshire.
And in quite a few other paces as well!
He had a London home, called Hungerford House, and a large plot of land south of the Strand, London. There are no pictures or maps showing this edifice in detail, but it came with a fair parcel of land.
Today's Hungerford House is a trendy restaurant built in an old electricity substation on the Victoria Embankment.
But, on this land the bewigged spendthrift build his only commercial venture, a market selling fresh food.
But to encourage the crowds to cross from the south of the river, a footbridge was constructed. and duly opened to the admiration of the crowds in 1845.
There were several hundred typing errors and a few non-sequiturs to add to the fun!
Something happened with "Blogger".
Late on Monday night, a weary fbb added the picture of the tin tabernacle at Butterley and pressed "update". By Yesterday morning not only had that picture disappeared but it seems that Blogger had replaced the updated and correct version with the very rough first draft.
fbb would have had to make a whole string of mistakes to allow this to happen.
So blame Blogger!
For those that gave up in disgust yesterday (and who could blame them) the whole blog is repeated below.
Exmoor - A P.S.
Illuminations - Final Phase!
The Easy Leaflet Quiz for Letter "V"
The Beauty from an Uber Bus