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ENGLAND
Samuel Pepys
Elizabeth I
London's Underworld
Fleet Marriages.
The Cries of London
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A foggy day in London Town Had me low and had me down. I viewed the morning with alarm, The British Museum had lost its charm. How long, I wondered, could this thing last? But the age of miracles hadn't passed, For, suddenly, I saw you there And through foggy London town the sun was shining everywhere.

-- Ira Gershwin 1937



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April Week 2
Posted on Jun 10, 2002 - 04:51 AM by Bill McCann

This page provides daily updates on past events and anniversaries during the Second week of April. The events included are those that either happened in London or had an effect, one way or another, on the lives of Londoners.


Daily updates on Events during the Second week


Below are the events and anniversaries for this week both about London and Londoners and Outside London.

The archive for these pages has been arranged in a series of monthly Digests. To speed up navigation, these have been further divided into four weekly instalments. These pages are all comprehensively interlinked.

More details behind many of the London Headlines can be found at the This Day in London page. This takes the form of a Gazette whose reporters include the likes of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn. If you want to explore the daily life of Londoners through the ages, that is the place to head for. There are links there to the complete monthly editions of the Gazette

The Outside London section offers daily updates on a range of political, cultural, scientific and religious events and anniversaries in History and which had, in one way or another, an effect on London Life.

Each Section has its own background page which provides additional and in-depth information about many of the events and people in the daily listings. They are intended to both amuse and inform and can be found at Gazette Briefings and Historical Anecdotes .

Links to the anniversaries and events in the other weeks of the month are given in the following table whilst links to the other months of the year can be found at the bottom of the page.

First WeekThird WeekFinal Week



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9th



10th



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8th



9th



10th



11th



12th



13th



14th




Links to the Monthly Digests
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JulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember




 
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