Rodney Street, Liverpool

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Rodney Street in Liverpool, England is noted for the number of doctors who practise there and its Georgian architecture.wikipedia
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Hope Street, Liverpool

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Together with Hope Street and Gambier Terrace it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.
The road runs parallel to Rodney Street.

William Ewart Gladstone

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62 (built 1792–1793) was the birthplace in 1809 of William Ewart Gladstone, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on four separate occasions through the 1860s to the 1890s, and the home of his father John.
Born in 1809 in Liverpool, at 62 Rodney Street, William Ewart Gladstone was the fourth son of the merchant John Gladstone, and his second wife, Anne MacKenzie Robertson.

Gambier Terrace

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Together with Hope Street and Gambier Terrace it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.
It is generally reckoned to be in Canning, although it falls within the Rodney Street conservation area, together with Hope Street and Rodney Street.

The Hardmans' House

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59 Rodney Street was home and studio to Edward Chambré Hardman (1898–1988), photographer, and is now owned by the National Trust and is open to the public.
The Hardmans' House, at 59 Rodney Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, is a National Trust property and home of the "E. Chambré Hardman Studio, House & Photographic Collection".

St Andrew's Church, Liverpool

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On the north side of Rodney Street stands the disused Scottish Presbyterian Church of Saint Andrew, built in 1823–1824.
The Church of Saint Andrew is a former Presbyterian church building in Rodney Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England.

Sir John Gladstone, 1st Baronet

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62 (built 1792–1793) was the birthplace in 1809 of William Ewart Gladstone, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on four separate occasions through the 1860s to the 1890s, and the home of his father John.
John never travelled abroad again: but the new couple settled into Rodney Street.

Harley Street

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It is sometimes referred to as the "Harley Street of the North".

Henry Booth

Henry Booth (4 April 1788 – 28 March 1869) was born in Rodney Street, Liverpool, England.

George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney

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It was named after George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney, who, in 1782, secured a naval victory over the Comte de Grasse at the Battle of the Saintes.

Nicholas Monsarrat

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Monsarrat was born on Rodney Street in Liverpool, Lancashire, to parents Sir Keith Monsarrat, surgeon, and Ada Marguerita Turney Waldegrave.

Brian Epstein

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Epstein was born on 19 September 1934 in Rodney Street, Liverpool.

Grade II listed buildings in Liverpool-L1

During the late 18th century, residential streets were developed in the area, the most important of these being Rodney Street, Duke Street, Seel Street and Bold Street.

John Foster (architect)

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The façade of blackened ashlar, designed by John Foster Jr., is an imposing composition of Ionic entrance columns, flanked by corner towers, topped with Corinthian columns and domes.
His own designs included The Oratory, St. John's Market and the dramatic St James Cemetery, both in the grounds of Liverpool Cathedral, and St. Andrew's in Rodney Street, converted in the early 21st century to student accommodation.

James Maury (consul)

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Maury's Liverpool residence is identified as number 4 Rodney St.

Liverpool

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Rodney Street in Liverpool, England is noted for the number of doctors who practise there and its Georgian architecture.

England

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Rodney Street in Liverpool, England is noted for the number of doctors who practise there and its Georgian architecture.

Physician

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Rodney Street in Liverpool, England is noted for the number of doctors who practise there and its Georgian architecture.

Georgian architecture

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Rodney Street in Liverpool, England is noted for the number of doctors who practise there and its Georgian architecture.

Protected area

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Together with Hope Street and Gambier Terrace it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.

Listed building

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There are over 60 Grade II listed buildings on the street and one Grade II* former church.

William Roscoe

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Rodney Street was laid out in 1783–1784 by William Roscoe and others.

François Joseph Paul de Grasse

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It was named after George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney, who, in 1782, secured a naval victory over the Comte de Grasse at the Battle of the Saintes.

Battle of the Saintes

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It was named after George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney, who, in 1782, secured a naval victory over the Comte de Grasse at the Battle of the Saintes.

Bay (architecture)

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A few houses have five bays, with central doors, but most are three bays.

Plastic surgery

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Sometimes referred to in local media as the "Harley Street of the North", some buildings on Rodney Street are now used by doctors conducting private clinics, notably for cosmetic surgery.