annals of Fleet Street its traditions & associations by E. Beresford Chancellor

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  • Historic buildings -- England -- London.,
  • Literary landmarks -- England -- London.,
  • Fleet Street (London, England)

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Pagination343 p.
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It extends from Ludgate Hill to Temple Bar at the east end of the Strand. As early as the 13th century it seems to have been known as Fleet Bridge street and in the early part of the 14th century it began to be mentioned frequently by its present name, spelled, of course, in accordance with.

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) Caesar accordingly proposed to send an armed fleet with some of our allies down the Rhine, resolved to make war on them should they reject his authority. [] At Rome, meanwhile, when the result of affairs in Illyrium was not yet known, and men had heard of the commotion among the German.

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Nearly all the Dickens features have been shorn away from it, and the Dickens-land that impinged upon it has ceased to be recognizable. From the West we then entered Fleet Street through Temple Bar.

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