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ONL (1887) 1.043 - Child's Banking House, Fleet Street, next to Temple Bar, 1850

ONL (1887) 1.043 - Child's Banking House, Fleet Street, next to Temple...

Child's Banking House on Fleet Street beside Temple Bar Gate, 1850

ONL (1887) 1.061 - Waithman's Shop

ONL (1887) 1.061 - Waithman's Shop

The shop of Alderman Robert Waithman (1764–1833), Lord Mayor of London in 1823. The shop was at Nos 103 and 104 Fleet Street, at the corner of New Bridge Street. It was pulled down in 1870, to make way for Lu... More

ONL (1887) 1.073 - Bishop Butler

ONL (1887) 1.073 - Bishop Butler

Joseph Butler (1692–1752), Bishop of Bristol from 1738-50, then Bishop of Durham

ONL (1887) 1.091 - Execution of Tomkins and Challoner

ONL (1887) 1.091 - Execution of Tomkins and Challoner

Execution of Richard Challoner and Nathaniel Tomkins in 1643, at the Holborn end of Fetter Lane, for their part in Waller's Plot, a Royalist conspiracy against the Puritan forces in London. One of the two is s... More

ONL (1887) 1.096 - Roasting the Rumps in Fleet Street

ONL (1887) 1.096 - Roasting the Rumps in Fleet Street

Bonfires in Fleet Street to mark the Restoration of Charles II in 1660, with members of the Puritan Rump Parliament being burnt in effigy. Temple Bar is visible in the background. "All Fleet Street was ablaze... More

ONL (1887) 1.126 - Cogers' Hall

ONL (1887) 1.126 - Cogers' Hall

The Discussion Hall of the Society of Cogers at 10 Shoe Lane in the City of London, the home of the society from about 1850 to 1871. This image is based on an 1870 illustration [1], but the costume of the part... More

ONL (1887) 1.132 - Bangor House, 1818

ONL (1887) 1.132 - Bangor House, 1818

Site of the London residence of the Bishop of Bangor from 1378 to 1647, located in a close to the north-west of Shoe Lane. "Bishop Dolben, who died in 1633 (Charles I.), was the last Welsh bishop who deigned to... More

ONL (1887) 1.180 - Sun-dial in the Temple

ONL (1887) 1.180 - Sun-dial in the Temple

The sundial in Pump Court of the Middle Temple.

ONL (1887) 1.193 - Interior of the Duke's Theatre

ONL (1887) 1.193 - Interior of the Duke's Theatre

The engraving, taken from Settle's "Empress of Morocco" (1678), represents the stage of the theatre of the Duke's Company in Lincoln's Inn Fields, created in Portugal Street, on the south side of Lincoln's Inn ... More

ONL (1887) 1.199 - Falling-in of the Chapel at Blackfriars

ONL (1887) 1.199 - Falling-in of the Chapel at Blackfriars

The dramatic collapse of the floor of an upstairs room of the house of the French ambassador, Count de Tillier[1] at Blackfriars in London, which failed under the assembled weight of a large Roman Catholic cong... More