Victorian London - Organisations - Government Departments - Lord Chamberlain's Department

LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE. The office of the Lord Chamberlain to her Majesty is in the Stable Yard, ST. JAMES'S PALACE, but it to be removed shortly to Buckingham Palace.

Peter Cunningham, Hand-Book of London, 1850

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Lord Chamberlainís Department, Stable-yard, St. Jamesís Palace (hours 11 till 4), is a branch of Her Majestyís Household, and includes among other officers the Lord Chamberlain, Vice-Chamberlain, Comptroller of Accounts, Master of the Ceremonies, Lords and Grooms in Waiting, Poet Laureate, Examiner of Plays, &c.óNEAREST Railway Station, St. Jamesís-park; 0mnibus Routes, Piccadilly, Grosvenor-place, Regent-street, and Victoria-Street; Cab Rank, St. Jamesís-st.

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879