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 Alexander Pope buys Thames-side house in Twickenham 1719 Alexander Pope, etching
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 Henrietta Howard, mistress of the Prince of Wales, begins Marble Hill House 1723 Marble Hill House, engraving 1749
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 A new hunting lodge, now known as White Lodge, is built for George II in Richmond Park c. 1727 White Lodge, aquatint, aquatint 1824
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 Prince of Wales creates garden at Kew 1730
 
 Horace Walpole begins Strawberry Hill 1750 Walpole and Strawberry Hill, lithograph
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 An engraving is published of Richmond Green 1752 Richmond Green, engraving 1752
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 David Garrick buys a property on the Thames at Hampton 1754 Garrick's house and temple, engraving 1819
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A very large swan is one of the new follies at Kew c. 1760 The Swan at Kew
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 Chambers completes his Chinese pagoda 1762 The Pagoda at Kew
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 George III, at Kew, observes transit of Venus 1769 Observatory at Kew, watercolour
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 Shares in a proposed bridge over the Thames at Richmond are offered on a tontine basis 1774
 
 Richmond Bridge opens, costing a halfpenny to walk across 1777
 
An engraving depicts the new bridge at Richmond from the Twickenham bank 1780 Richmond Bridge, engraving 1780
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George III and his queen are depicted walking in Kew Gardens 1787 George III at Kew, coloured engraving 1787
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 Turner builds a house to his own design in Twickenham 1812 Turner's villa, engraving 1814
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 Louis Philippe, moving to Twickenham, gives his name to Orleans House 1815
 
Edmund Kean plays Richard III in the Theatre Royal, Richmond 1818 Playbill, 1818
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A souvenir print is published of Kean as Richard III c. 1820 Edmund Kean as Richard III
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Hullmandel publishes an early lithograph of Richmond's river 1821 Thames at Richmond, lithograph 1821
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A triumphal arch is built in Richmond to welcome Victoria and Albert 1842 Triumphal arch, lithograph 1842
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 Kew glasshouse open to all 1848 Palm House at Kew, engraving c.1850
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A rose full of local views is on sale in Richmond c. 1850 Richmond Rose, c.1850
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 George Hilditch places his camera on Richmond Bridge c. 1853 George Hilditch, Richmond Bridge, c.1853
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 George Hilditch photographs the riverside at Richmond from the Twickenham bank c. 1853 George Hilditch, Richmond Riverside, c.1853
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An elaborate linen souvenir is on sale at this year's Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race 1876