Crossing Oxford Street, Holles Street lads us into Cavendish Square, which is spacious and well built, having a circular shrubbery, containing a gilt equestrian statue of William Duke of Cumberland enclosed in its centre. Wigmore Street branches off from the north-west angle of this square; it is a well built street inhabited by persons of the first fashion; in continuation of this is Edward Street from which a short avenue leads into Manchester Square.
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