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©  Gill Cardy ARPS

IoE Number: 443809
Location: 5 TRIM STREET (north side)
Photographer: Gill Cardy ARPS
Date Photographed: 11 October 2004
Date listed: 12 June 1950
Date of last amendment: 12 June 1950
Grade I

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1.TRIM STREET823(North Side)No 5ST 7464 NE 18/7012.6.50.

1. TRIM STREET 823 (North Side) No 5 ST 7464 NE 18/70 12.6.50. GV 2. General Wolfe's house. Fine Renaissance house. 2 storey. Parapet. Rusticated quoins. 4 and 5 double hung sash windows and glazing bars and moulded architraves with projecting friezes and bed mouldings over, dying out under corona of cornice. Doorway with Ionic pilasters, pulvinated frieze, cornice, cambered pediment and tympanum decorated with implements of war. Greek Corinthian pilasters above the cornice and another semi-circular pediment. Wolfe (born 1727 died 1759) was staying in this house when Pitt arranged he should command expedition to Quebec. Battle of Heights of Abraham September 13 1759. Nos 5 to 14 (consec) including No 12A, and No 1 Queen Street (St John's Gatehouse) form a group.

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