Buckingham Palace

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the London residence of the British sovereign

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A line drawn from Manchester House to a point on the Bow River "near the east foot of the Rocky Mountains," and a line drawn from Buckingham House to the Old Man River area with no allowance made for course changes intersect at a point somewhere to the east of Bowden.
Four-bedroom homes in the Thornton and Buckingham house styles are also available, priced from pounds 174,995 to pounds 194,995.
Binks Vertical beat two major schemes in Leeds - Buckingham House at Headingley and Clarence Dock in the city centre - to take the title.
Many works in the collection originally came from Buckingham House, the London home of Sir Reginald's famous ancestor, John Sheffield, first Duke of Buckingham.
They will be digging at Buckingham Palace, uncovering new finds and hoping to determine the exact location and layout of the original Buckingham House, as well as the original garden layout and design.
The new home took the name Buckingham House (to some in the vernacular, "Buck House").
Attec UK Ltd, Buckingham House, 3 West Street, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1JN.
IT was originally built in 1702 as the London home of the Duke of Buckingham and was simply called Buckingham House.
1837 Queen Victoria moved into Buckingham House, the first monarch to live there.
Wicked spies overheard a bizarre conversation during a recent Buckingham House party for rank-and-file MPs.
5 million project in Brooklyn; Highbridge Park, 35 three-family homes in The Bronx; Jamaica East, 34 two-family homes and 60 condominiums in Queens; and Buckingham House in Staten Island, a $2.
King George III bought Buckingham House in 1762 for pounds 28,000.
Q ARE there any living descendants of the original owners of Buckingham House before it became a palace?
Elderly and disabled people were helped back into Buckingham House, Sefton Park, after a "smouldering wire" in the fuse box cut the power to the building.
The publication of Peter Fidler's journal of his 1792-3 trip across Alberta has made it possible for us to establish fairly accurately one of the routes that the Peigan people used as they made their way from Buckingham House to their home country in southeastern Alberta.