Continued 2Argus, 23 October 1888, John Matheson selling furniture at St Leonards, Church Square, Acland St (from Rob La Nauze 2014)TS Note: Elements of this are difficult to reconcile. The James/Shew album photo appears to be an 1850s house, which maybe Matheson's house described by Sinclair qv. Also, Matheson is on the St Leonards site before and after the 1870 (Smith & Johnson) date given in Trust News for the construction of the house for George Armytage. According to S&M, Frederick Armytage does not become the occupant of this site until c1884. The Vardy plan depiction of the building is not consistent with either the James/Shew album photo or the Raggatt photo. The James/Shew album photo is similar, but not identical to the form of a building shown in the corner of the site on the 1854 Black plan.Argus, 9 Dec 1893, p 7. To let. St Leonard's, Church Square, family mansion of 15 rooms, stables etc. Also brick villa at rear. Apply R Molesworth 'Mittagong', or C J & T Ham, 75 Swanston St.