The Lancet London

London : Longman , Brown , gelical grief , left me to resume my labours . Green ,
& Longmans . 1819 . “ And what was within these bottle imps , that so irrecover
Odd Fellowship " as it is , " and " as it ought to be . ” A ably consigned me to
Hades ...

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London Society

TOWN AND COUNTRY LIFE . BY THE AUTHOR OF THE “ HARVEST OF A
QUIET EYE . ” I. TOWN AND COUNTRY . G REAT London , heavy , lum coming
line and the going line in Ji bering city , much abused and a perpetual flow and
return .

Author: James Hogg

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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1820 Royal Society (London). PRESENTS . DONORS . Dr. Jerome Molin . Dr. G.
Fischer . 1819 . Nov. 4 Jordani Ruffi Calabriensis Hippiatria . Patavii , 1818 . 8 °
Adversaria Zoologica , Auctore Gotthelf Fischer . Fasciculus primus . 4 ° Essai sur
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Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London

xxijt day of the same monyth , the wych was Mary Maudlyne day , at nyght was
commandment gevyn in London to have bonfyers and belles ryngynge thorrow
alle Londone . And the nexte day to have Te Deum in every church for joye of
hym .

Author: Grey Friars (Monastery : London, England)

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London Bicycle Club Gazette

After alluding to the Bath Trial , the President ' s ride from Land ' s End to John -
oʻ - Groats , and H . R . Reynold ' s ride from London to York , the speaker
recited a long list of racing successes which will appear in due course in the Blue
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Leisure hours with London divines by a journalist

London divines. the Establishment itself there are influences at work sufficiently
grave to give cause for anxiety to the evangelical section of the clergy . In
addition to Ritualism , some well - known Churchmen are actively engaged in the
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London

Examines the history and development of London and discusses the city and its people today.

Author: Aubrey Menen

Publisher: Time Life Medical

ISBN: 9780809422548

Category: London (England)

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Examines the history and development of London and discusses the city and its people today.


The Masters of London

The first novel is picturing citizen life in London in the early Tudor days. It is the story of the orphan-brothers Stephen and Ambrose, who must find their way in life at a very young age.

Author: Charlotte Mary Yonge, William Harrison Ainsworth, Petya Lehmann

Publisher: Auroralit Edition

ISBN: 9783942676021

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In early 16th century, life in the City of London was very different for the citizens and the royal household. The first novel is picturing citizen life in London in the early Tudor days. It is the story of the orphan-brothers Stephen and Ambrose, who must find their way in life at a very young age. Differently talented, they apprentice themselves each to an armourer and to a printer. The life of the citizens outside of the royal court is well regulated, but dependant of the court and the nobles and their pleasure. The brothers have to experience the Ill May Day as hundreds of young apprentices in London were involved in a terrible outrage against foreigners, living in London. The Aldermen of the City are helpless against the nobles in their effort to rescue their own sons from the scaffold, but for the intervention of Henry VIII … In the second novel, the life of the household of Henry VIII is presented in the period between 1529 and 1536 in Windsor Castle. A ghost-mystery is interwoven into the historical plot, covering the legend of Herne the Hunter. It is the time during Henry’s first divorce from Catherine of Aragon, his marriage to Anne Boleyn and her execution. Many of the historical figures of the time appear in a good portrayal of every-day-life in a gigantic and formidable castle.