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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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The Cries of London Poster Store
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The Cries of London, based on Francis Wheatley's 18th century paintings, are probably the most copied and numerous of all prints of London. The full set of 13 have been reproduced below and are available for purchase by clicking on the individual illustrations.

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Poster Store
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This page will allow you to browse the many posters of London scenes and people that are for sale on-line. They include copies of rare prints and historical portraits. Well worth a browse even if you don't want to buy!

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