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rebuilding of London after the Great Fire.

Thomas Fiddian Reddaway

rebuilding of London after the Great Fire.

by Thomas Fiddian Reddaway

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Published by Edward Arnold in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published Cape, 1940.

The Physical Object
Pagination333p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages333
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20912403M

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THE REBUILDING OE LONDON AFTER THE GREAT FIRE1 During recent years the fortunes of the City of London in the seventeenth century have engaged the attention of several writers.

The Great Fire of London had long been awaiting a historian when Mr. Walter G. Bell in published the first serious modern study of that calamity. To the task of arranging.

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The Great Fire laid waste to much of medieval London and prompted a transformation in the layout and appearance of the streets. How did the city recover and was the fire as devastating as history. Before this work could proceed, the fire destroyed the Cathedral and much of London. When Wren Rebuilt London In Septemberthe Great Fire of London destro houses, 87 churches, St.

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London is now fled away like a bird, the trade of London is shattered and broken to pieces – Thomas Vincent, ‘God’s Terrible Voice in the City’, 6–8 months – the period after the fire that the rebuilding is likely to have commenced, in the spring of The rebuilding of London after the great fire.

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Though the Great Fire happened over years ago, there are many aspects of its aftermath that strike a chord with us today. This is a reduced version of Sir Christopher Wren's plan for rebuilding London after the Great Fire which destroyed seven-eighths of the city. Wren was a Professor of Astronomy at Oxford with interest in the science of architecture, he was among the first to submit a proposal after.

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Aroundpounds was used on parish churches and ab pounds was used to rebuild St. Paul’s. After this great tragedy, the city of London set new fire regulations.

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