city of David

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COLLEY, David Isherwood (1916 - 1975), Director, Cultural Services, City of Manchester, since 1974

MARWICK, James David (1826 - 1908), DL Co. of the City of Glasgow, JP Lanarkshire and Co. and City of Glasgow; Town-Clerk of Glasgow, 1873–1903

HODGE, David (1909 - 1991), JP; DL; Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Lord Lieutenant of County of City of Glasgow, 1977–80

David M. Scobey. Empire City: The Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape. (Critical Perspectives on the Past.) Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 2002. Pp. xi, 340. $40.00

BRADBURY, David Anthony Gaunt (born 1947), Director of Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery, City of London Corporation (formerly Corporation of London), 2005–09

Empire City: The Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape. By David M. Scobey Building Gotham: Civic Culture and Public Policy in New York City, 1898–1938By Keith D. Revell

David Soll. Empire of Water: An Environmental and Political History of the New York City Water Supply.

Review: Cities of Ideas: Civil Society and Urban Governance in Britain, 1800–2000. Essays in Honour of David Reeder


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The oldest part of Jerusalem, captured by David (2 Sam. 5: 7–8) and expanded by Solomon (1 Kgs. 6–7). But in Luke 2: 4*Bethlehem is so described, on the ground that it was the ancestral home of King David (Mic. 5: 2).

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