Savoy, The

Savoy, The, a district of the Strand, London, in which a palace was built in 1245 called of the Savoy, in which John of France was confined after his capture at Poitiers; was burnt at the time of the Wat Tyler insurrection, but rebuilt in 1505 as a hospital; it included a chapel, which was damaged by fire in 1864, but restored by the Queen.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Sayce, Alexander Henry
Scævola, Caius Mucius


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