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Some account of the citizens of London and their rulers, from 1060 to 1867

B. B. Orridge

Some account of the citizens of London and their rulers, from 1060 to 1867

and a calendar of the mayors and sheriffs from 1189 to 1867.

by B. B. Orridge

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Published by Effingham Wilson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • London (England) -- History.,
  • London (England) -- Biography.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 262p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19757567M

    The very first Ruler of England was known to be King Aelle of , many believe that he was the ruler in the year , however, facts prove that this evidence is infact invalid. He was the King of. Charles I. Charles I was born in 19, November , He was the second son of James VI of Scotland and James I of England, and Anne of ruled his kingdom for 11 years without calling a Parliament because of the discontent he had with the last fourth Parliaments. In order to raise money for the war against Scotland Charles I summoned a Parliament, later known as the Short Parliament.

    1. Year of end of rule is also that of death, unless otherwise indicated. 2. Dates for Saxon kings are still controversial. 3. Became king of West Saxons in ; considered (from ) first king of all England. 4. Died 5. Henry VI reigned again briefly – 6. Nominal queen for 9 days. Because although they were rulers with alsmost unlimited power (hence 'despots') they had been influenced by the ideas of the Engightment and generally used that power for the well-being of their.

    The period, , roughly corresponds with the Industrial Revolution, a time of rapid economic growth in Britain. As the country's capital, London was hugely affected by these changes, in a. Containing first, A strange and true account of the travels of two English pilgrims some years since, and what admirable accidents befel them in their journey to Jerusalem, Grand Cairo, Alexandria, &c. Secondly, The travels of fourteen Englishmen in , to Jerusalem, Bethlem, Jericho, the river Jordan, the lake of Sodom and Gomorrah, &c.


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