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    (From the British Library's Online Gallery) London. A guide for cuntrey men in the famous cittey of London by the helpe of wich plot they shall be able to know how far it is to any street. As allso to go unto the same without forder troble. Anno 1653

    Cries of London by Thomas Rowlandson is a series of paintings which show the large number of street merchants who made their daily living by selling their wares on London streets. Via Museum of London © Suzi Love

    Football in the Streets of London 16th Century

    Old Street Plan of London Bridge showing both sides of the river Pre Great fire of London of 1666 - Courtesy Peter Roberts.

    (From the British Library's online Gallery) Shakespeare's house, Stratford upon Avon

    Portrait of Mary Kytson, Lady Darcy of Chiche, later, Lady Rivers, British School, circa 1590

    Mogg's Strangers Guide To London 1834

    Old old old old London...

    A Lady, 1576 (Unknown British Artist) Tate Britain, London N04811

    What I believe to be a knit cap due to its silhouette. From the 1600 edition of the Cries of the City of London

    the Half Moon was the oldest shop in London

    Joan, 1st wife of Edward Alleyn by an artist of the Britih School, 1596. (Dulwich Picture Gallery)

    Sir Walter Ralegh, 1602 (Unknown Artist) National Portrait Gallery, London, NPG 3914 English Knight and son, indoors, covered, son uncovered.

    From the Untold Lives blog post 'George III and Architectural Drawing'. Tobias Smollett. Continuation of the Complete History of England. London, 1760-65.

    The Great Frost, 1607-1608. Depiction of people walking on the frozen Thames.

    "Old Cloaks Suits or Coats" from "Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life" by Marcellus Laroon (1687)

    From the Untold Lives blog post ' Scandal and Bigamy in #Georgian #London'. Image:'Miss Chudleigh in the Character of Iphigenia, at the Venetian Ambassadors Masquerade' from Life and Memoirs. #BLGeorgians

    Mudlarking find from Thames London, clay pipe with City of London shield. mudlarking.blogsp...


    List of wartime cross-dressers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    british african soldiers ww1 - Bing Images