Lived in London

This text tells the stories behind 800 of London's plaques. Arranged geographically, by borough and area, the guide features new research on the people and buildings that have been commemorated.

Lived in London

Author: Emily Cole

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ISBN: 9780300148718

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This text tells the stories behind 800 of London's plaques. Arranged geographically, by borough and area, the guide features new research on the people and buildings that have been commemorated.

The Living Age

But there has never been of itself attract population , unless there an archbishop
of London . Why is this ? are commercial advantages in its very Well , Canterbury
was the capital of situation . Still , the royal initiative counts Æthelberht of Kent ...

The Living Age

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The Law and Practice in Bankruptcy

... merely because a majority of the creditors reside in town ( x ) , but where all the
creditors save two , resided in London , a town fiat was ordered ( y ) , and a
country fiat previously issued against the same trader was ordered to be
impounded ...

The Law and Practice in Bankruptcy

Author: John Frederick Archbold

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London

London

Author: Andrew Eames

Publisher: Apa Productions

ISBN: 9780395662090

Page: 258

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Introduces the people and history of London, and gives information on lodging, restaurants, sightseeing, shopping, and entertainment

My Town

This book is a record of a lifetime spent observing, drawing and getting to know the city, bringing together work from across his whole career, from his earliest sketches to watercolours painted just a few months ago.

My Town

Author: David Gentleman

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 014199312X

Page: 288

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David Gentleman has lived in London for almost seventy years, most of it on the same street. This book is a record of a lifetime spent observing, drawing and getting to know the city, bringing together work from across his whole career, from his earliest sketches to watercolours painted just a few months ago. Here is London as it was, and as it is today: the Thames, Hampstead Heath; the streets, canals, markets and people of his home of Camden Town; and at the heart of it all, his studio and the tools of his work. Accompanied by reflections on the process of drawing and personal thoughts on the ever-changing city, this is a celebration of London, and the joy of noticing, looking and capturing the world. 'David has spent a lifetime depicting with wit and affection a London he has made his own' Alan Bennett 'He delivers a poetry of exultant concentration ... The surface fusion of the sensuous and the sharply modern is echoed by Gentleman's imagery' Guardian 'The artist and illustrator has been responsible for some of the most-seen public artworks in this country' The Times 'Perhaps the last of the great polymath designer-painters' Camden New Journal

Eclectic Magazine and Monthly Edition of the Living Age

ELIZABETHAN LONDON . * BY THE BISHOP OF LONDON . was London is not a
good field for the Now , the distinctive feature of the exercise of historical
imagination . It site of London was that the original has grown so rapidly in
modern ...

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Time Out Book of London Walks

Time Out Book of London Walks

Author: Andrew White

Publisher: Penguin USA

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Page: 320

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This second volume of the Time Out Book of London Walks features over 40 walks, with detailed instructions, maps and recommendations on where to eat and drink along the way. The guide explores more of the capital with a further 25 original walks from resident novelists, artists, comedians and historians. Parks and palaces, churches and temples, cemeteries and canals, museums and galleries are featured throughout, and the walks range in length from one to 16 miles.

London Statistics

The death rates from this disease per 1,000 living in 1893 and in previous
periods were as follows1871-80 .05 1892 · 003 + 1881-90 · 008 1893 · 0037
1891 .000+ Inquiry as to the cases notified in London in 1893 gave the following
results .

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London 1808 1870

Living in MidNineteenth - Century London _ TN THE middle years of the
nineteenth century there lived in London two incomparable observers of the
metropolitan social scene – Charles Dickens and Henry Mayhew . Dickens ' s
descriptions of ...

London  1808 1870

Author: Francis Henry Wollaston Sheppard

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520018471

Page: 427

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A People s History of London

Looks at the famed metropolis' role in history as a center of violence, radical ideas, and liberty, and the many thinkers, heretics, and rebels that have peopled its streets throughout history, including John Wycliffe and Karl Marx.

A People s History of London

Author: Lindsey German

Publisher: Verso Books

ISBN: 1844678555

Page: 310

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Looks at the famed metropolis' role in history as a center of violence, radical ideas, and liberty, and the many thinkers, heretics, and rebels that have peopled its streets throughout history, including John Wycliffe and Karl Marx.

Littell s Living Age

... and he'd only come at last , her to be back in London , a - earnin ' of her to ask
me for enough to take him back to own living . ” London ; for come what might , he
did not “ And what was the next you heard of want to starve in his native place .

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The Japanese Community in Pre War Britain

Lived in London from 1933-1938 Born in Britain, 1921. Lived in Britain until 1924,
and again from 1934-1939 Born in Japan 1922. Lived in London from 1928-1933
Born in Japan 1912. Lived in London 1921-1924 Born in Germany 1922.

The Japanese Community in Pre War Britain

Author: Keiko Itoh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136856986

Page: 230

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Explores the origins of the community, and compares the experience of the Japanese to that of other national groups. The book discusses the community's involvement in the arts, religion and sport; intermarriage; and the second generation, and concludes by considering the impact of deteriorating relations in the 1930s and of the Second World War.

London Medical Gazette

This form of purpura ties , so that in reality the two men have is , however , quite
distinct from the one been living on a ... or citric — they will and lived alone , and
the squalor of the other be in danger of suffering from scorbutus or person's ...

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Hanoverian London 1714 1808

Introduction CANOVERIAN London was unique among the cities of the world . ...
In 1750 , for example , about one Englishman ( and Welshman ) in ten lived in
London , whereas one Dutchman in eleven may have lived in Amsterdam and no
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Hanoverian London  1714 1808

Author: George F. E. Rudé

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520017788

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Sharpe s London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction

for her undaunted love of virtue lived and died in poMrs. Goldie endeavoured to
collect further particulars verty , if not want , serves only to show us how insigni .
of Helen Walker , particularly concerning her journey ficant in the sight of heaven
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