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AbstractThis study examines St. Mary-le-Savoy and St. George's Alie Street, two German Lutheran churches in eighteenth-century London. The congregations of both churches suffered from major internal conflicts that, on occasion, spilled over into violence, bitter legal disputes, and the secession...
AbstractJohn Snow has become a legendary figure partly for his use of spatial data to support his once controversial theory that cholera is a water-borne disease. For his study of London south of the Thames, Snow used data compiled by William Farr for the Registrar General during the 1853–4...
AbstractAround one-third of Methodist Central Halls were located in Greater London. They catered for religious worship as well as providing community spaces in a programme of activities that drew on both sacred and secular references. Yet they are entirely neglected in the academic literature....
AbstractAlthough the broad outlines of the development of ‘ordinary’ mid- to late-Victorian building estates in suburban London are well known, there remains a large potential for more detailed studies, both of individual suburbs and estates. Records of local developers, surveyors and builders,...
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