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AbstractA unique insight into the progress and repercussions of the 1551 sweating sickness epidemic is contained in the Johnson Papers, the letter and account books of John Johnson, a merchant of the staple and London Draper. Using this correspondence as well as other con ternporary accounts,...
AbstractThis article re-examines the forces at play in antiquarianism and their impact upon the use of antiquarian design in the remodeling and expansion of London during the Regency and early Victorian periods. It contends that the commercial aspects involved in the antiquarian movement were...
AbstractThe abolition of the GLC in 1986 left London without a metropolitan authority for a period of 14 years. During this 'interregnum', the lack of accountability and the blurring of responsibilities became a matter of acute concern. The creation of Greater London Authority in 2000 countered...
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