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AbstractThis paper examines the ways in which Richard Horwood's maps of London can be used to examine the pattern of residential housebuilding in London between 1799 and 1819. It discusses the nature of the cartographic evidence and suggests lines of research on the relationship between...
AbstractIt is unsatisfactory to view the City of London solely through the lens of economic history or to focus exclusively on the Corporation as a unit of local government. Instead, the City, politically at any rate, is analysed as one. From this premise, questions flow regarding the changing...
AbstractIn the last twenty five years housing associations have come to play a greater part in accommodating Londoners than in other parts of the country. In the nineteenth century, too, various forms of philanthropic and semi-philanthropic housing organisations were concentrated in London. This...
AbstractIt is sixty years since William Robson's The Government and Misgovernment of London was published. This paper re-examines Robson's argument, noting how the structure of the book needs to be interpreted as setting out a programme for reforming the government of the Greater London...
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