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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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HistoryLondon 6h
Special Relationship...
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Great London signs...James Smith & Sons (Umbrellas) Ltd.
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Church Monuments 8h
Missing from Wates's guide to London churchyards
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Mrs Simpson 7h
Hah! They need not have bothered, methinks. For any creature of good sense has quit London for the Season lest the stench asphyxiate them.
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Manchester Histories 19h
in 1819 the Massacre occurred at St Peter's Field when cavalry charged the crowd of 60,000 killing an est. 18 people
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Archaeology Magazine 7h
Parts of Greenwich Palace, where Henry VIII and his daughters Mary I and Elizabeth I were born, unearthed in London
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DaveHillOnLondon 8h
What wonders hide behind the the facade of Number 80, The Strand? Bellboy! -
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Replying to @thegentleauthor
In 1876 it became known as the Pump of Death, as explained here by
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The Aldgate Pump. Unofficial boundary of the East End; the wolf's head tap purportedly recalls the last wolf shot in London.
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Jill Finch 14h
What a GREAT photo - much to a friend's horror I really like this building
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HistoryLondon Aug 15
(1) In a hidden corner off London Wall, this almost worn-out sign recalls the church of St Olave, Silver Street...
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HistoryLondon Aug 15
Sitting lost, in a seeming junkyard outside , is this acid-rain-worn bust of St Andrew from the cathedral roof.
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Mark Gristock 18h
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Exclusive: Guy of Warwick - "My cocaine, mead and wenches shame"
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...a close-up of Guy's face
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HistoryLondon 18h
It's a garden city.
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Replying to @Mark_Gristock
I bet you'd be a bit half-hearted if you'd had half your nose clipped off the last time you got all fighty.
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HistoryLondon 18h
More on Guy of Warwick here from the remarkable researches of
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Mark Gristock 18h
Guy of Warwick, history's least enthusiastic soldier.
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Here's Guy in a previous incarnation, via
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