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growth of London

Media Resources Centre.

growth of London

Eighteenth century, flowering of a city

by Media Resources Centre.

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Published by ILEA in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMedia Resources Centre & Greater London RecordsOffice.
ContributionsGreater London Record Office.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20018724M

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There has been substantial church growth in Britain between and This is the controversial conclusion from the international team of scholars, who have drawn on interdisciplinary studies and the latest research from across the UK.The Growth of London. Before London was just one of a group of similar sized cities in Europe, all of similar importance.

London's population growth in the 17th and 18th century outstripped all the others, most of the growth being in the parishes outside the city walls.