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The survival rate of the Corporation records has been high, and many are now calendared, indexed, or usefully described, in print or MS. See also P. E. Jones and R. Smith, A Guide to the Records in the Corporation of London Records Office and the Guildhall Library Muniment Room (). Volume I is the introduction to the series and provides a general background of the Company and its records. It describes things such as the character of the Company, the document collections of the Company, and the fate of the Company's original records. Volume II contains the Company's court book from 20 May to 7 June TESTAMENTARY RECORDS IN THE COMMISSARY COURT OF LONDON Vol. IV (A-G) & LINCOLN CONSISTORY COURT WILLS AND INVENTORIES THE RECORDS OF THE NATION: The Public Record Office, , The British Record Society, PRE SURREY WILLS. Vol. The Court book, from the manuscript in the Library of Congress.- Vol. Documents.
London and Middlesex Chantry Certificate, Christopher Kitching Joshua Johnson’s Letterbook, Letters from a Merchant in London to his Partners in Maryland Jacob M Price Committees for Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts: Minutes, and Thomas W Davis The Church in London, A K McHardy Complete listing of all vinyl records published by London Records. Each record has the catalogue number, production year and a value to indicate the current price. Spine title: Illustrated catalogue, International Exhibition, London Contents: The Art-journal catalogue of the International Exhibition - The Art-journal catalogue of The International Exhibition: second division Text by George Wallis 1 A full bibliographic record is available from the University of Southampton Library. Illustrated London News was the very first illustrated newspaper in the world, it was published for years from – It is thought to be the finest pictorial example and historic social record of British and world events upto the early 21st Century. PowerPoint presentation about how The Illustrated London News got started.
The London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) is the principal local government archive repository for the Greater London area, including the City of London: it is the largest county record office in the United Kingdom. It was established under its present name in , having previously been known as the Greater London Record is administered and financed by the City of London Corporation. The records of the Virginia Company of London Contributor Names Virginia Company of London. Kingsbury, Susan M. (Susan Myra), , ed. [from old catalog] Library of Congress. Created / Published Washington: Govt. Print. Off., London: Corporation of London, First edition. A survey of the surviving City churches, with notes on bomb damage, etc. Demy 8vo (22cm). 32pp. Corrigenda slip. Folding plan. Illustrations. Endpaper illustrations of the spires. Original stapled wrappers; staples a little rusted; plan loose; a . - Allegations for Marriage Licences Issued by the Bishop of London, to at Internet Archive - free. - London Marriage Licences at Internet Archive - free. - London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, at Ancestry (£).