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Admiralty house

the official residence of the Governor General of Australia, in Sydney
Historical Examples

We arrived some time before the two cruisers conveying the party were due, so we proceeded to admiralty house.
Experiences of a Dug-out, 1914-1918 Sir Stanley Maude

In the grounds of the admiralty house curious instances of unconformable strata are laid bare in old quarries.
The Life of Thomas, Lord Cochrane, Tenth Earl of Dundonald, Vol. II Thomas Lord Cochrane

The next day the family disembarked and took possession of the admiralty house.
The Settlers in Canada Frederick Marryat

Dinners at admiralty house, therefore, were absolutely “dry,” and in perfect keeping with American naval regulations.
The Victory At Sea William Sowden Sims

As a result of her delightful hospitality admiralty house really became a home for our officers.
The Victory At Sea William Sowden Sims

Winding up the hill by narrow roads, we reached the gates of the admiralty house.
A Traveller in War-Time Winston Churchill

The next day the family disembarked and took possession of the admiralty house.
The Settlers in Canada Frederick Marryat

Another reminder of the nautical conditions of those days is to be found in the existence of an ‘admiralty house.’
The Story of Madras Glyn Barlow


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