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#NEWS #NEW #TODAY Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Place2Be Awards at Mansion House, official residence of the Lord Mayor of London. She is wearing a dress by Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. 22 November 2016 . . . . . #picoftheday #postoftheday #bestoftheday #Katemiddleton #theduchess #duchessofcambridge #royals #Catherine #elizabeth #princess #beautiful #princesskate #lovely #duchessfcambridge #queentobe #catherinethegreat #happiness #royalty #lovethem #british

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from Etsy

1938 Lord Mayor of London Sir Frank Bowater Invitation to Banquet at the Guildhall London Vintage Ephemera Antique Ephemera

1938 Lord Mayor of London Sir Frank Bowater Huge by BiminiCricket, $65.00

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11 Rather Splendid Facts You May Not Have Known About London

London has two mayors – the Mayor of London, and the Lord Mayor of London. Once is significantly fancier than the other. | 11 Rather Splendid Facts You May Not Have Known About London

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from Mail Online

David Cameron lays wreath at 7/7 memorial to start day of remembrance

Lord Mayor of London Alan Yarrow and Prince Andrew, Duke of York at St. Paul's Cathedral for a service of hope on the 10th anniversary of the bombings in London

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Dicks Cat-The rags to riches story of Dick Whittington and his cat is not just a fairy tale: it is part of the folklore of London. Today there is a monument to his cat near the Whittington Stone pub at the foot of Highgate Hill where Dick sat down and heard the famous Bow Bells of East London ring out: Turn Again Whittington! Thrice Lord Mayor of London! This was right near my auntie's house so I passed it quite often when I stayed with her.

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17th GREAT Grandpa via Ella, Cushing, Gillman, Clarke, Thomas Knollys 1368 - 1435 London, Middlesex, , England MAYOR OF LONDON favored by the King.

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Mayoral Paunch! Sir Richard Hoare II (1709–1754), Kt, as Lord Mayor of London, 1746, by Allan Ramsay National Trust.

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Equestrian Portrait of Sir Richard Hoare II (1709–1754), as Lord Mayor of London, at Temple Bar by John Wootton

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