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“You could say, of course, that Guildhall is the mother-in-law of Parliaments.”
“Later on we went to the Guildhall, which is actually the Town hall of the City of London.”
“All they saw was the car coming from the long walk from Cambridge Gate to the Guildhall, which is about a 500-meter drive and back again.”
“A few days before Andrews quitted the mayoralty the Guildhall was the scene of one of those trials for which it is historically famous.”
“Coming secretly again to Hadley, he tarried with his poor wife, who kept him privately, in a chamber of the town-house, commonly called the Guildhall, more than a year.”
“Close by the Guildhall is the Town Clock, "supposed to be the finest clock in the world", which, alas!”
“He sent in to London, and ordered the lord mayor to assemble the city authorities at the Guildhall, which is the great city hall of London; and then, with a retinue of noblemen, he went in to meet them.”
“The Duke of Buckingham met a large concourse of Londoners at the Guildhall, which is in the centre of the business portion of the city.”
“Thence we proceeded to the cathedral, pausing by the way to look at the old Guildhall, which is no longer a Guildhall, but a butter-market; and then we bought some prints of exterior and interior views of the Minster, of which there are”
“The row over the reorganisation of Billingsgate Market rumbles on, with market porters today taking their protest to the headquarters of the City of London Corporation, in the Guildhall, which is responsible for the reforms.”
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