Certain portions of Apsley House1 are, subject to rights reserved to the Secretary of State2, to be maintained and used as a museum for the preservation and exhibition to the public of the chattels now vested3 in the Secretary of State and such other chattels as the seventh Duke of Wellington or any other person4 may think fit from time to time to permit to be exhibited in it, being chattels associated with the first Duke of Wellington or his times, which in the opinion of the Secretary of State should be exhibited
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