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At the end of Cloth Fair an old inn, the Richard Whittington, claims to be the oldest licensed house in London.
Old London - Part II
All our knowledge of the ancient City of London before the fire is practically got from Stow's Survey. Stow was born about 1520.
London - Christopher Wren
CHRISTOPHER WREN the maker of modern London, was born at East Knowle, Wiltshire, October 20th, 1632, and was educated at Westminster School under the celebrated Dr. Busby.
London - Christopher Wren
AT the north-east corner of the old street, by the side of the Mansion House, called Walbrook, is the masterpiece among Wren's smaller works, St. Stephens.
London - Grinling Gibbons And His Works
Many of the houses of the nobility and aristocracy dating from this time are enriched with the work of Grinling Gibbons.
London - Some Ancient Doorways
The Queen Anne revival has not yet given us any counterpart of the delightful canopied doorways of which there are a few yet surviving in London.
Hidden Statuary And Carvings Of London
It is sincerely to be hoped that the few historical stones yet remaining may be spared and allowed to speak to us from their original positions the message which London is too prone to forget.
London - Some Nooks And Corners
In the days of old the City Fathers planted gardens behind their houses, and were actually able to sit under their own vines and fig trees in the City of London.
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