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Paul Bishop's House

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മാര്‍ പോള്‍ ചിറ്റിലപ്പള്ളിയുടെ ഭൗതീക ശരീരം പൊതുദര്‍ശനത്തിന് | Mar paul chittilappilly

The Paul Bishop's House is actually a pair of historic townhouses located at 363-365 Adelaide Street East in the St. Lawrence neighborhood downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The houses, constructed in 1848 by Paul Bishop, sit upon the foundations laid by William Jarvis for his home in 1798. Jarvis was a member of the Queen’s Rifles and Provincial Secretary and Registrar of Upper Canada. He selected a site at what is now the southeast corner of Sherbourne and Adelaide Streets and constructed a 30 by 41 foot building of squared logs that he covered with clapboards which he named Jarvis House.
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