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Theatre Performance Records in London, 1660–1705

Ecclesiastical London. Ed. by Mary C. Erler. (Records of Early English Drama.)

Keyboard instrument building in London and the Sun Insurance records, 1775–87

SHARP, David (1840 - 1922), Past President of Entomological Society of London; Editor Zoological Record

The Antwerp-London Glossary and Ælfric’s Glossary: A Record of the Earliest English Scholarship

SEWELL, James Reid (born 1944), City Archivist (formerly Deputy Keeper of Records), Corporation of London, 1984–2003

CLIFFORD, Henry Charles (1861 - 1947), landscape painter, but has also made records of old and disappearing London

THOMAS, Arthur Hermann (1877 - 1971), Deputy-Keeper of the Records to the Corporation of London, 1914–45

BUTLER, Arthur John (1844 - 1910), Professor of Italian language and literature, University College, London; Editor, Public Record Office

LAUGHTON, John Knox (1830 - 1915), Professor of Modern History, King’s College, London, from 1885; Secretary of the Navy Records Society, 1893–1912

Jews, Slaves, and the Slave Trade: Setting the Record Straight. By Eli Faber (New York and London: New York University Press, 1998. xvii plus 366pp.)

JOHNSTONE, Hilda (1882 - 1961), Professor Emeritus of History in University of London, since 1948; Hon. Consultant on Ecclesiastitical Archives to Records Committee, West Sussex County Council, 1951

Records of Social and Economic History: New Series, Vol. 4: Warwickshire Grazier and London Skinner, 1532–1555: The Account Book of Peter Temple and Thomas Heritage The Account Book of Peter Temple and Thomas Heritage

Colin G. C. Tite, The Early Records of Sir Robert Cotton's Library: Formation, Cataloguing, Use. Pp. xvii + 297. London: The British Library, 2003. £60.00 (ISBN 0 7123 4824 7).

TELFORD, John (1851 - 1936), Wesleyan minister; Wesleyan Methodist Connexional Editor 1905–34; Ed. of Wesleyan Methodist Magazine, Preacher’s Magazine, London Quarterly Review, Church Record, etc

WOODS, Joseph Ainsworth (1870 - 1947), LDSRCS Eng.; Consulting Dental Surgeon, Liverpool Dental Hospital; Member of Court of University of L’pool; Editor of the Dental Record (London)

LEWIS, Edward (Roberts) (1900 - 1980), Member of London Stock Exchange since 1925; Chairman: Decca Ltd; The Decca Record Co. Ltd; The Decca Navigator Co. Ltd; Decca Radar Ltd; Decca Survey Ltd

SHARPE, Reginald Robinson (1848 - 1925), Records Clerk to the Corporation of the City of London, 1876–1914; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple


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Founded in 1947, this renowned label was established in the USA by British Decca Records to provide an outlet for its domestic releases. The UK counterpart was introduced in 1949 ...

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