Victorian London - Education - Universities - Queen's College

QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON, so named by royal permission and under royal charter for general female education, and for granting to governesses certificates of qualification. The subjects of instruction are arithmetic, drawing, English grammar, French, geography, history, Latin, vocal music, natural history, reading, writing. It is at present in Harley-street.

Peter Cunningham, Hand-Book of London, 1850

QUEEN'S COLLEGE, LONDON, 67, Harley-street, was established 1848, for general female education, and for granting to Governesses certificates of qualification. The instruction is given in lectures by gentlemen connected with King's College, and other professors; there are also preparatory classes and evening classes, the latter gratuitously: the whole superintended by ladies as visitors.

John Timbs, Curiosities of London, 1867