1954 Vintage Menu Lord Mayors Banquet The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor Alderman Seymour Howard Admission Lord Mayor of London 1st Baronet by FillyGumbo

1954 Vintage Menu Lord Mayors Banquet The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor Alderman Seymour Howard Admission Lord Mayor of London Baronet by FillyGumbo

Sir William Gerard My 11th Great Grandfather, Lord Mayor of London 1518–1571

Sir William Gerard My 11th Great Grandfather, Lord Mayor of London 1518–1571

Mayor Pipper Lowonida is a character appearing in Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy. She is the current Mayor of London, and one of the seven millionaires. Trivia Her surname, comes from one of the disputed origins for London's name, the pre-Celtic Old European (p)lowonida. It was proposed by Richard Coates that the was the name given to the part of the Thames that flowed through London. This ties her name to both her position as Mayor, and her c...

Mayor Pipper Lowonida

Mayor Pipper Lowonida is a character appearing in Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy. She is the current Mayor of London, and one of the seven millionaires. Trivia Her surname, comes from one of the disputed origins for London's name, the pre-Celtic Old European (p)lowonida. It was proposed by Richard Coates that the was the name given to the part of the Thames that flowed through London. This ties her name to both her position as Mayor, and her c...

Bloomberg ‘considering’ running for mayor of London

Michael Bloomberg says he’s considering 2016 presidential.: Michael Bloomberg says he’s considering 2016 presidential…

Depiction of Wat Tyler's demise by the hand Sir William Walworth in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, with Richard II watching.

Death Wat Tyler 15 June 1381 - Wat Tyler - Wikipedia/ Wat Tyler's death (left to right: [unidentified]; Sir William Walworth, Mayor of London (wielding sword); Richard II of England; and John Cavendish, esquire to Richard II (bearing lance).

A series of #safety #posters created by #La Boca for The #Mayor of #London and #TransportForLondon. / levineleavitt.com / #Illustration #PublicTransportation #PublicSafety #Typography

A series of #safety #posters created by #La Boca for The #Mayor of #London and #TransportForLondon. / levineleavitt.com / #Illustration #PublicTransportation #PublicSafety #Typography

Mansion House is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London.

The Mansion House in the City of London is the official residence of the 'Lord Mayor of the City of London' - not to be confused with the elected 'London Mayor'

Lord Mayor of London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lord Mayor of London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elephant & Castle Some 15 Lord Mayors of London were shareholders in the Royal Africa Company between 1660-1690, which made its fortune in slaves and later ivory. The company’s logo was an elephant with a castle, which became a popular name for pubs, one of which gave its name to this area of London. Elephant & Castle Tube: Elephant & Castle http://www.roehampton-online.com/About%20Us/Roehampton%20London.aspx?4231900

Elephant & Castle Some 15 Lord Mayors of London were shareholders in the Royal Africa Company between which made its fortune in .

High-flying Prince: London's newest, biggest green space received the Royal seal of approval today as Prince Harry and the Mayor of London B...

Mayor takes a backseat as he and Prince Harry pay visit Olympic Park

High-flying Prince: London's newest, biggest green space received the Royal seal of approval today as Prince Harry and the Mayor of London Boris Johnson joined local schoolchildren for a sneak peak at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Sir George Wilkinson, the Lord Mayor of London and the Minister for Food, Lord Woolton, enjoying a cup of tea from a watering can in one of the Londond Underground shelters

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War

Sir George Wilkinson, the Lord Mayor of London and the Minister for Food, Lord Woolton, enjoying a cup of tea from a watering can in one of the Londond Underground shelters Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Richard 'Dick' Whittington (c. 1354–1423) was a medieval merchant and a politician. He is also the real-life inspiration for the English folk tale Dick Whittington and His Cat. He was four times Lord Mayor of London, a Member of Parliament and a sheriff of London. Whittington had long supplied the new king, Henry IV, as a prominent member of the landowning elite and so his business simply continued as before. He also lent the new king substantial amounts of money and elected mayor again in…

Richard 'Dick' Whittington (c. 1354–1423) was a medieval merchant and a politician. He is also the real-life inspiration for the English folk tale Dick Whittington and His Cat. He was four times Lord Mayor of London, a Member of Parliament and a sheriff of London. Whittington had long supplied the new king, Henry IV, as a prominent member of the landowning elite and so his business simply continued as before. He also lent the new king substantial amounts of money and elected mayor again in…

Anne Parsons, Daughter of Alderman Humphrey Parsons, Brewer and Lord Mayor of London, 1753.

Anne Parsons, Daughter of Alderman Humphrey Parsons, Brewer and Lord Mayor of London by Thomas Hudson Date painted: 1753 Oil on canvas, 124 x 101 cm Collection: The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education

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