[Letter] 1874 Dec. 21, City of London Club, Old Broad Street, London [to] Robert D. Darbishire

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ContributionsDarbishire, Robert Dukinfield.
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City of London Club. Location Map The Club’s address: 19 Old Broad Street London - mile | 21 minutes walk. George Peabody Statue - mile | 22 minutes walk.

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History and Tradition The City of London Club was founded in by a group of prominent bankers, merchants and ship owners, who formed a committee, on 29th February of that year, under the chairmanship of Mr John Masterman, Old Broad Street Member of Parliament for the City.

the Duke of Wellington. The year was when a club for professional men of London was first proposed. London’s population at that time was aro The beginning, for what became The London Club started in an area locals referred to as “Whisky Row” on King Street across from the Covent Garden Market.

pages, 33 unnumbered pages: 19 cm. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Pages: Maybe it is time, after 2, years, for all of London to become a city, for the Guildhall to be its parliament and for there to be one mayor of a united city who lives in Mansion House.

Looping round the rest of Austin Friars we emerge onto Old Broad Street opposite the City of London Club, the oldest Gentlemen’s club in, well, the City of London.

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Old London exists to me through photography. Meet at the City of London Club which is 5 to 10 minutes’ walk from London Bank Station, London Cannon St Station and Liverpool St Station all with access to the London Tube and over ground Railway.

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Description [Letter] 1874 Dec. 21, City of London Club, Old Broad Street, London [to] Robert D. Darbishire FB2

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Map of Farringdon Ward Without. ca from London,Old & New EdwardWalford, Re-publishing. The City of London Club was founded in and is the oldest of the clubs based in the City. A group of prominent bankers, merchants and ship owners formed a committee on 29th February that year and under the chairmanship of Mr.

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