chapter  VIII
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Manchester New College, London

UNIVERSITY HALL, as a residence for students attending University College, had been open for four years when Manchester College was moved to London, and in the Hall it had its quarters for the thirty-six years of the London period-only one year less than the time at York. The Hall, which is now Dr. Williams's Library, is a substantial building, with a sufficient touch of academic dignity, in Gordon Square, Bloomsbury, near the south-west corner, adjoining the Catholic Apostolic Church. It has a pleasant outlook upon the garden of the Square, and at the back, in College days, there was a way through to University College, in Gower Street.