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Thames wreck 'as important' as Mary Rose
Finds recovered from a wreck that mysteriously blew up in 1665 off Southend-on- Sea in Essex could be similar in scope to those recovered from King Henry VIII's warship Mary Rose, experts...
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'Charles II and Duke of Buckingham' snare thief a...
Members of the Woodhouse Players Theatre Group chase thief in full period costume along High Road, Leytonstone A group photo taken of the full cast hours before the chase Actors in period custom...
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Londoners Cashing in Flee to Suburbs as Home Rall...
For equity-derivatives broker Andrew Adamson, it was a trade too good to pass up. In October, he was offered 1,000 pounds ($1,700) per square foot for his London townhouse. Other homes in the area...
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1714, A Glimpse of Secularity: The Church and the...
... August 2014 will mark the tercentenary of the death of Queen Anne, the younger daughter of the deposed James II and the last Stuart to sit on the throne of Great Britain. The same date thus also...
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Blazing Star: The Life and Times of John Wilmot, ...
Lord Rochester, the Restoration poet and rake, was chief wit at the court of King
. Any gallant could enjoy the sexual and alcoholic freedom that followed the riddance of Puritan morality in...
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Rochester: the debauched poet who mocked the king
To the horror of his companions, he drew his sword and threw himself at the sundial, taking exception to its phallic shape. According to one source, he was heard to yell: “What! Dost thou stand here...
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Royal prerogative: The strange and real rules of ...
Royal prerogative: The strange and real rules of the monarch AS the annual swan upping ceremony begins we look at some of the monarch's other special rules and privileges. The Queen examines a swan...
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Where the world's oldest family businesses call h...
Family businesses, more than any other type of business, are about continuity. Indeed, many family businesses were there before any other type of business going right back to ancient times. Many have...
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History Lessons For China: Rule Of Law Before Dem...
The Forbidden City, Beijing. (Wikipedia) By Fan Gang, Yuwa Hedrick-Wong, and Li Shuguang Ever since China’s economic opening in the early 1980s, people have been asking how much further can the...
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Elk Co. man arrested for stabbing man, leading of...
Updated: Wednesday, July 9 2014, 03:56 PM EDT By: Marc Stempka ST. MARYS, Pa. -- An Elk County man was arrested for allegedly leading police on an hour-long foot chase when they tried to question...
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Be Bold at HQ
Richard Fahey: Be Bold at HQ Our star columnist Richard Fahey with a horse-by-horse guide to his runners at Newmarket on Thursday. Newmarket. Click here to bet. I’m looking forward to the three...
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Today in History
Published: Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Today in History Today is Tuesday, July 8, the 189th day of 2014. There are 176 days left in the year.Today�s highlight:On July 8, 1889, The Wall Street...
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Special Samuel Pepys play at Cley 14 festival
Special Samuel Pepys play at Cley 14 festivalThe cast of Meeting Mister Pepys, which is being staged at the Cley14 arts festival this month. Meeting Mister Pepys, a spoken-word piece by Fakenham...
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Football match to drum up Guards’ support
Football match to drum up Guards’ support Peter Brooks, chairman of the Oxfordshire branch of the Grenadier Guards Association has organised a charity football match A FORMER Grenadier Guard has...
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What’s in a name? Well, only about 4,400 miles...
It used to be the case that the centrepiece of Labour’s election was to win the heart and mind of “Worcester woman”. Today, on BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester, Chuka could not quite get his tongue...
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SMITH: Plenty to like about Charleston
CHARLESTON, S. C. — This city, which once made South Carolina the economic jewel of the Colonial empire, has recurring emotional influences. A brief respite here leaves you pining for a return. No...
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By Diana Scarisbrick and Benjamin Zucker Thames & Hudson, $39.95, 288 pages, illustrated How many people would identify Yale University with far-off Wales and much further-off Madras (now Chennai)...
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We've been here before (350 years ago)
History has great comic timing. It is 350 years this month since a major political compromise with an uncanny modern-day parallel. In 1660, there had been no monarchy in England for eleven years....
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Lost Edinburgh: The Act of Union
THE POLITICAL unification of Scotland with England was a landmark moment in European history, but its very enactment provoked riots on the streets of Edinburgh - the city where it was finalised in...
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London Colney farmland up for sale
London Colney farmland up for saleLand at Salisbury Hall Farm Questions are being asked about the future development of a 35-acre piece of farmland being sold in London Colney. To send a link to...
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