2 edition of dictionary of London found in the catalog.
dictionary of London
Henry A. Harben
by Herbert Jenkins
Written in English
Set of folding maps in pocket at rear - maps with Z01 missing.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||641|
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LEE JACKSON is an author and historian with an abiding interest in the social history and geography of Victorian London. He is the creator of the website The Dictionary of Victorian London, a massive compilation of primary sources charting the social history of the nineteenth century metropolis.
His previous non-fiction book Dirty Old London (Yale, ) was described by The Times as 'a. A fantastic book to dip in and out of - if you read many books on London a lot of the information is similar, but more detailed. But most was new to this reader - the explanation of what an Enfield is, explanations of etymology, some of the rarer ghost stories and folklore associated with places/5.
Handy book for City of London Street Dictionary of London book. Bought as I am curious how London received the unusual names. Written in the 70's by a a a history buff London taxi driver who has done his home work delving into the history of London. I am pleased with this book which is packed full of info and a joy to dip in & out of when ever the mood takes me.5/5(2).
From Abbey Road to Canary Wharf and Piccadilly to Whipps Cross, this authoritative and absorbing dictionary covers the meanings behind over 1, names of places, streets, stations, and areas of London. The book comprises two main parts: a fascinating introduction, discussing the chronology and structure of London place-names following the.
Dickens's Dictionary of the Thames, From Oxford to the Nore: An Unconventional Handbook is the second book of Charles Dickens Jr. The "" edition was first published in London inby "Charles Dickens and Evans" (Dickens Jr.
and his father-in-law, publisher Frederick Evans).Children: 8, including Mary Angela Dickens. I have these 3 books and 2 dictionaries in good condition. No tear on pages and are clean No longer need them BOOKS & Dictionary.
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