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Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. Artist: Thomas Higham

Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. Artist: Thomas Higham
Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. The church stands adjacent to Lambeth Palace, the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Residence of General Sir Herbert Taylor, Baronet, Regents Park, London, 1827

Residence of General Sir Herbert Taylor, Baronet, Regents Park, London, 1827. Artist: William Tombleson
Residence of General Sir Herbert Taylor, Baronet, Regents Park, London, 1827. Taylor was the first and principal aide-de-camp to King George IV and Master of St Katherines Hospital at the time

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Church of St Mark the Evangelist, Pentonville, Islington, London, 1828. Artist:s Lacey

Church of St Mark the Evangelist, Pentonville, Islington, London, 1828. Artist:s Lacey
Church of St Mark the Evangelist, Pentonville, Islington, London, 1828

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Christ Church, Spitalfields, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham

Christ Church, Spitalfields, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham
Christ Church, Spitalfields, London, 1817. Built between 1714 and 1729, the church was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor. It is regarded as possibly the finest of the so-called Commissioners Churches

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: St Pauls School, City of London, 1814. Artist: Owen

St Pauls School, City of London, 1814. Artist: Owen
St Pauls School, City of London, 1814

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: St Johns Church, Hoxton, Hackney, London, c1827. Artist: W Bond

St Johns Church, Hoxton, Hackney, London, c1827. Artist: W Bond
St Johns Church, Hoxton, Hackney, London, c1827. St John the Baptist in Hoxton, at the junction of Pitfield Street with New North Road, was constructed in 1825-1826 to designs of Francis Edwards

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: New church, Somers Town, Camden, London, 1827. Artist: William Deeble

New church, Somers Town, Camden, London, 1827. Artist: William Deeble
New church, Somers Town, Camden, London, 1827

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Chapel of ease, West Hackney, London, 1827. Artist: W Bond

Chapel of ease, West Hackney, London, 1827. Artist: W Bond
Chapel of ease, West Hackney, London, 1827

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Piccadilly, from Coventry Street, Westminster, London, 19th century

Piccadilly, from Coventry Street, Westminster, London, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Grand entrance to Hyde Park, Piccadilly, Westminster, London, 19th century. Artist: W Wallis

Grand entrance to Hyde Park, Piccadilly, Westminster, London, 19th century. Artist: W Wallis
Grand entrance to Hyde Park, Piccadilly, Westminster, London, 19th century. View of Hyde Park Corner

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: St Jamess Palace, Westminster, London, 1806. Artist: A Birrell

St Jamess Palace, Westminster, London, 1806. Artist: A Birrell
St Jamess Palace, Westminster, London, 1806. Situated on the Mall just to the north of St Jamess Park, St Jamess Palace was commissioned by Henry VIII

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Church of St Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street, City of London, 19th century Artist: R Acon

Church of St Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street, City of London, 19th century Artist: R Acon
Church of St Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street, City of London, 19th century. Designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1716

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Church of St Katherine Cree, Leadenhall Street, City of London, 19th century. Artist: J Gough

Church of St Katherine Cree, Leadenhall Street, City of London, 19th century. Artist: J Gough
Church of St Katherine Cree, Leadenhall Street, City of London, 19th century. The church, which dates from 1631 (the tower is older, dating from c1504) escaped the Great Fore of London

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate Street, City of London, 1830. Artist: J Tingle

Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate Street, City of London, 1830. Artist: J Tingle
Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate Street, City of London, 1830

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Brewers Hall, Addle Street, City of London, 1831. Artist: William Radclyffe

Brewers Hall, Addle Street, City of London, 1831. Artist: William Radclyffe
Brewers Hall, Addle Street, City of London, 1831

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Grocers Hall, Poultry, City of London, 19th century. Artist: William Radclyffe

Grocers Hall, Poultry, City of London, 19th century. Artist: William Radclyffe
Grocers Hall, Poultry, City of London, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Auction Mart, Bartholomew Lane, City of London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham

The Auction Mart, Bartholomew Lane, City of London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham
The Auction Mart, Bartholomew Lane, City of London, 1817

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Finsbury Square, London, 1817. Artist: J Greig

Finsbury Square, London, 1817. Artist: J Greig
Finsbury Square, London, 1817. Finsbury Square was developed in 1777

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: London from Greenwich Park, 1816. Artist: I Varrall

London from Greenwich Park, 1816. Artist: I Varrall
London from Greenwich Park, 1816. The Royal Hospital, Greenwich, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, can be seen to the right of centre

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Lambeth Palace, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham

Lambeth Palace, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham
Lambeth Palace, London, 1817. Lambeth Palace is the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was acquired by the archbishopric in 1200

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Old porch, Charterhouse, London, 1815. Artist: Owen

Old porch, Charterhouse, London, 1815. Artist: Owen
Old porch, Charterhouse, London, 1815. Founded in the 14th century, the Charterhouse has variously been a Carthusian monastery, a public school, a medical school and a home for pensioners

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: New Post Office, St Martins le Grand, City of London, 19th century

New Post Office, St Martins le Grand, City of London, 19th century. The building was built by Robert Smirke in 1829

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The New Library and Parliament Chambers, Temple, London, 1829. Artist: J Hinchcliff

The New Library and Parliament Chambers, Temple, London, 1829. Artist: J Hinchcliff
The New Library and Parliament Chambers, Temple, London, 1829

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Duke of Yorks Column from St Jamess Park, Westminster, London, 19th century

The Duke of Yorks Column from St Jamess Park, Westminster, London, 19th century. Completed in 1834, the column is dedicated to Prince Frederick, Duke of York, the second son of King George III

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Westminster Abbey, London, 19th century

Westminster Abbey, London, 19th century. From Dugdales England and Wales

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: St Pauls Cathedral, City of London

St Pauls Cathedral, City of London. View of the cathedral which was built by Sir Christopher Wren after the previous cathedral was destroyed in the Great Fire of London (1666)

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Thames Tunnel, London, 19th century

Thames Tunnel, London, 19th century. The Thames Tunnel from Rotherhithe to Wapping was the most remarkable undertaking by the engineer and inventor Sir Marc Isambard Brunel (1769-1849)

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: London Bridge, 19th century

London Bridge, 19th century. From Dugdales England and Wales

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: St Dunstans Church, Fleet Street, City of London, 19th century

St Dunstans Church, Fleet Street, City of London, 19th century. View showing the tower of the new church designed by John Shaw the Elder after the previous building was demolished during the widening

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, London, 19th century

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, London, 19th century. The Royal Military Academy at Woolwich was established in 1741 for the training of officers of the Royal Engineers and Royal Artillery

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Greenwich, London, 19th century

Greenwich, London, 19th century. Ships on the Thames with the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, in the background. From Dugdales England and Wales

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Greenwich, from the Park, London, 19th century. Artist: H Bond

Greenwich, from the Park, London, 19th century. Artist: H Bond
Greenwich, from the Park, London, 19th century. View showing the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, with the River Thames in the distance

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London

The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London. Flamsteed House, the Royal Greenwich Observatory, was built by Christopher Wren (1632-1723)

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: North entrance of Burlington Arcade, Westminster, London, 19th century

North entrance of Burlington Arcade, Westminster, London, 19th century. Situated off Piccadilly, Burlington Arcade was designed in 1819 by Samuel Ware

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: London and Birmingham Railway terminus, Euston Square, London, 19th century. Artist: H Bond

London and Birmingham Railway terminus, Euston Square, London, 19th century. Artist: H Bond
London and Birmingham Railway terminus, Euston Square, London, 19th century. View showing the huge Doric arch, designed by Philip Hardwick and built in 1838

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: New Hall and Library, Lincolns Inn Fields, London

New Hall and Library, Lincolns Inn Fields, London

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Haymarket Theatre, Westminster, London, 19th century

Haymarket Theatre, Westminster, London, 19th century. View of the new Haymarket Theatre, designed by John Nash, that opened in 1821

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Lyceum Theatre, Westminster, London

The Lyceum Theatre, Westminster, London. The Lyceum Theatre, with its grand Neoclassical portico, was built in 1834 by Samuel Beazley

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Theatre Royal Covent Garden, Westminster, London, 19th century

Theatre Royal Covent Garden, Westminster, London, 19th century. The second theatre to stand on the site, built in 1808 by Robert Smirke after the previous building burned down

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Residence of Sir Paul Pindar, Bishopsgate, City of London

The Residence of Sir Paul Pindar, Bishopsgate, City of London. This building was the home of Sir Paul Pindar, a merchant who was ambassador for King James I to the Ottoman Empire from 1611-1620

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Dang it pincher hold un fast!, 19th century

Dang it pincher hold un fast!, 19th century. Encouraged by a farmer, a dog chases a hunter or poacher up a tree

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Cartoon showing hunters or poachers, 19th century

Cartoon showing hunters or poachers, 19th century. You wont leave me to be robid and murdered. Not if you make haste, but I m sure that fellows a footpad

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Equestrian cartoon, 19th century

Equestrian cartoon, 19th century. This oss Hasn t learnt to climb over the stiles vell, and I von t have him again

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: This is only my Husband!!!, 19th century

This is only my Husband!!!, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Tower Gateway, Tower of London, 1815. Artist: Sands

Tower Gateway, Tower of London, 1815. Artist: Sands
Tower Gateway, Tower of London, 1815. A print from The Beauties of England and Wales or Delineations Topographical Historical and Descriptive, Vol X Part III. John Harris, St Paul Churchyard, London

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: The Ghost Story

The Ghost Story. At this awful moment the Lady we are writing of beheld something white glide through the desolate apartment when all of a sudden a tremensous crash &c &c

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: Hornsey, London, 1811. Artist: J Greig

Hornsey, London, 1811. Artist: J Greig
Hornsey, London, 1811. Now part of the London Borough of Haringey, Hornsey was a rural parish in Middlesex in the early 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 12th March 2009: View on Hampstead Heath, London, 19th century. Artist: E Finden

View on Hampstead Heath, London, 19th century. Artist: E Finden
View on Hampstead Heath, London, 19th century



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