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The Book of Common Prayer and the New Testament are published in Welsh, to be followed by the complete Bible in 1588      
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Work starts on Maids of Honour Row, four magnificent houses commissioned as lodgings for the ladies-in-waiting to the Princess of Wales See in Google maps   
Maids of Honour, Richmond

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Frederick, Prince of Wales, buys Kew Park, which with 19 acres is the only large estate in Kew not yet bought or leased by his parents. See in Google maps   
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Frederick Prince of Wales takes a lease of a house at the west end of Kew Green opposite Kew Palace and instructs William Kent to remodel it. It becomes known as the White House. See in Google maps   
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The first (wooden) toll bridge at Kew, built by Robert Tunstall, is inaugurated by the Prince of Wales (later George III).. At this time it is the only bridge between Fulham and Kingston See in Google maps   
The first Kew Bridge
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A second fleet arrives in Sydney, bringing more convicts and a regiment, the New South Wales Corps, to keep order       
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Welsh industrialist Robert Owen takes charge of a mill at New Lanark and develops it as an experiment in paternalistic socialism       
Richard Trevithick runs the first locomotive on rails, pulling heavy weights a distance of 9 miiles (15 km) near Merthyr Tydfil in Wales        
On the death of Princess Charlotte, not one of seven princes has an heir to succeed to the British throne in the next generation      
Scottish engineer Thomas Telford completes two suspension bridges in Wales, at Conwy and over the Menai Strait