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Julian Woodford, a London historian. 'The Boss of Bethnal Green - , the Godfather of Regency London', out now (see link below).
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Too Many Blogs Jun 24
Good ol currently playing at William's Green! From Green Man Rising to Glastonbury in 2 years.
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Turkey police fire rubber bullets to break up Istanbul Gay Pride march: AFP
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The gun that almost killed George III. My interview on for with
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English Heritage 23h
How, when and why did the ritual of afternoon tea evolve?
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Jeff Nichols 21h
Flower sellers, messenger boys, shoeshiners. London street life, 1928.
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Jeff Nichols 21h
Everybody’s Motor Car. London 1928.
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Ludgate Larry 23h
Interesting tale. Found via that a forebear was the victim of a similar theft in 1842. Culprit also transported.
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HistoryLondon Apr 8
That's 10 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ reviews for the on . Thanks, readers!
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HistoryLondon Jun 20
...a most beautiful map. Here's the segment showing Spitalfields & Bethnal Green: home to the
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Winchester Bookshop 23h
Shelling peas - from an etching I have! ☺☺
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After all, Mr Kipling does make exceedingly good bells!
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OldLondonNow Jun 25
'Rhinebeck' view of 1806-7 towards Westminster Bridge from above the Thames about where Tower Bridge is now.
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Heather Self Jun 24
My 20yo showed me this yesterday. She's turned it off but most of her friends haven't yet. Please check your kids know how to do this.
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Sean Cunningham Jun 24
The massive & pristine cartulary of Chertsey Abbey in original oak board binding from 1432. Rarely seen & amazing. E 164/25
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You might like this related piece!
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Charlotte Frost Jun 25
A voyage to nowhere: On board the Justitia prison hulk at Woolwich - Naomi Clifford
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SquareMilePlod Jun 25
View over the City from St Bride's Church, Fleet Street. The Old Bailey to the left and St Paul's Cathedral to the right.
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SquareMilePlod Jun 25
The City's oldest church shown before/after the Blitz. It has links with William Penn, John Quincey Adams and Samuel Pepys.
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So-Shan Au Jun 25
Interesting! 1st post celebrating work of former employees of Whitechapel Bell Foundry
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