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  • Simonds18531922Botanist and professor, City of London College This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this
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  • Author:John Allen Giles (category Alumni of University of Oxford)
    and Head Master of the City of London School (1836-40); wrote on ecclesiastical, antiquarian and educational subjects Life and Times of Alfred the Great
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  • of Music and Musicians  (1900)  edited by George Grove Musicians' Company of the City of London, The by William Chappell 1717890A Dictionary of Music
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  • jurisdiction of the lord mayor which is the "City of London." In common usage, however, the word implies no more than a somewhat vague idea of size and dignity
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  • Corporation of London (1894) (External scan) Numismata Londinensia (1894) (External scan) Modern history of the city of London; a record of municipal and
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  • Lincoln, York, and western circuits. In 1850 he wrote and produced at the City of London Theatre a farce entitled ‘Who's the Victim?’ which was received with
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  • fortifying the City of London, 7 March 1643  (1643)  Parliamentary Order 608568Order for intrenching and fortifying the City of London, 7 March 1643Parliamentary
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  • London. He practised as a lawyer, and was elected notary of the city of London, and subsequently a judge in the civil courts. He wrote a chronicle of
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  • Professor of Chemistry, Royal Naval College, Greenwich; Chief Superintending Gas Examiner to the Corporation of the City of London; vice-president of the Institute
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  • Leonard18281906English cleric, Rector of St Margaret Pattens (City of London) This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list
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  • _Thomas18521935British professor of Italian at Cambridge University and an Italian scholar. Examiner in basket work for the City of London Guilds and Institute This
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  • schoolmaster and theologian, was born on the 20th of December 1838. He was educated at the City of London school and at St John's College, Cambridge, where
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  • Library and Museum in the City of London, 1855) and the City of London School. He also interested himself in the preservation of Bunhill Fields burial-ground
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  • was the first Commissioner of the City of London Police “Harvey, Daniel Whittle,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900)
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  • Opening of London Bridge; 1832, Passing of Reform Bill; 1834, Foundation of City of London School; 1842, Pollock Prize Medals; 1849, Opening of London Coal
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  • On 18 Dec. 1602 he was elected alderman of Portsoken ward, and in 1603 one of the sheriffs of the city of London. On 26 July 1603 he was knighted at Whitehall
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  • SAMUEL (1705–1768), lord mayor of London, born in 1705, was the son of Samuel Fludyer, a clothier in the city of London. His mother was Elizabeth Monsallier
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  • a common pleader of the City of London 1682–90, a judge of the sheriff's court 1690–1700, and common serjeant of the city of London from 1700 till death
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  • the son of William Crowther, M.R.C.S. (who emigrated to Tasmania), and grandson of Philip Wyatt Crowther, Comptroller of the City of London. He married
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  • _Richardone of two Sheriffs of the City of London (as of 2007). Regan was Master of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers. He was elected to the Court of Commons
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