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The London Directory of 1677 The London Directory of 1677. A high quality fully searchable CD. The London directory of 1677 is the oldest printed list of the Merchants and Bankers of London. Re-printed in 1878 and arranged alphabetically by surname.

A charming description of the contents appears before the preface:

"A collection of the names of the merchants living in and about the City of London. Very useful and necessary. Carefully collected for the benefit of all Dealers that shall have occasion with any of them; Directing them to at the first sight of their name, to the place of their abode."

Also contains a separate list of all of London's Goldsmiths in 1677.

A book first published just a few years after the Great Fire of 1666. An absolute gem for historians and family history researchers. Ref 1369 Price £9.25
London Trademen's Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century London Trademen's Tokens Current in the Seventeenth Century. A fascinating source of information from the 1600s in London. Tradesmen, taverns and coffee houses had their own tokens (a currency), and they are described and listed in this excellent book published in 1855.



What makes this an important resource for genealogists and historians is that it is one of the very few reference sources to people with trades in London in the seventeenth century. Effectively a trades directory of the 1600s. Ref 0500 Price £12.75
Universal Directory of Great Britain 1791 The Universal Directory of Great Britain 1791. Our favourite directory.

Five volumes on one CD, the earliest directory of England and Wales and one of the most interesting. Ref 1134. Price £33.80
Holden's Triennial Directory for 1805, 1806 and 1807 Holden's Triennial Directory for 1805, 1806 and 1807. This book is a very rare, incredibly useful, early directory first published in 1805.

Using a directory like this, which pre-dates civil registration (1837), can often help you to pin down areas to search for possible marriage and baptism records.

The CD contains both volumes including a London trades directory alphabetically arranged, a full alphabetical London and Environs Private Residences list and a full Private Residences list for each of the following towns:

Bath, Belfast, Berwick, Birmingham, Blackburn, Bolton, Boston, Bradford (Wilts), Bradford (Yorks), Bridgewater, Bristol
Cambridge, Canterbury, Carlisle, Chatham, Chester, Chesterfield, Chichester, Colchester, Cork, Coventry
Derby, Devizes, Dublin, Dudley
Edinburgh, Exeter
Falmouth, Frome
Gainsborough, Glasgow, Greenock
Halifax, Hinckley, Huddersfield, Hull
Ipswich
Kendal, Kidderminster
Lancaster, Leeds, Leek, Leicester, Leith, Lincoln, Liverpool, Lynn
Macclesfield, Maidstone, Manchester
Newark, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham
Oxford
Paisley, Penryn, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Potteries
Rochester, Rochdale
Salisbury, Sheffield, Sherborn, Southampton, Stamford, Stockport, Stroud, Sunderland
Tiverton, Trowbridge, Truro
Wakefield, Walsall, Warrington, Waterford, Whitehaven, Wigan, Winchester, Wolverhampton
Yarnmouth, York
Ref 1239 Price £15.75
Post Office London Directory 1819 Post Office London Directory 1819. Two books bound into one. The Post Office London Directory for 1819 (444 pages). Being a list of more than 18,000 merchants, traders etc. of London and parts adjacent. List of the Lord Mayor and Cort of the Aldermen, bankers in London, 700 country bankers, public notaries, London and country newspapers, Army and Navy Agents, East India Dock Companies, foreign ministers etc. Plus a separate section of general information relating to the Post Office, including rates of postage, etc. By Critchett & Woods. A huge list of traders is in alphabetical order by name.

A New Guide to Stage-Coaches, Waggons, Carts, Vessels etc. (162 pages). Being a list of all the Inns in London where stage coaches, and waggons pick up and set out from, with their respective days and hours: Also the names of the carriers, the places they go to, and the inns they go from. Likewise a list of coasting vessels, barges and boats, with the wharfs, quays etc. at which they lie for the reception of goods and passengers. Also rates of cartage, hackney coaches and porterage; and a correct list of all of the mail coaches, with their respective routes. The seventeenth edition by Critchett & Woods. Ref 0529 Price £12.75
London 1822 Pigot's Directory London 1822 Pigot's Directory. The first of the Pigot's directories of London. An extremely rare book.

An official directory with an historical and descriptive account of London, Post Office rates collection times etc.

A huge classified Trades Directory and an alphabetical listing of traders cross referenced to the trade directory.

Separate directories of attorneys, consuls, physicians, surgeons, taverns, hotels, inns and coffee houses. An alphabetical list of streets, lanes and passages with a reference to their situation. Coach and Carriers list. An account of coasting vessels, wharfs, quays etc. anf a list of all of the bankers in the United Kingdom plus local and provincial newspapers. Ref 0514 Price £14.50
London 1825 Pigot's Directory London 1825 Pigot's Directory. A really excellent early directory covering the whole of London and including the adjacent areas of Middlesex, Surrey, Essex and Kent.

This book has been handsomely rebound by Archive CD Books in half leather with marbled boards, and real gold leaf lettering and lining. A far cry from the original and pityful unbound collection of pages when it first came to the project from a book dealer. The original volume of this book, when first published, also contained the directories of six other major manufacturing towns, plus a directory for the Isle of Man. The project managed to find the missing pages at different book dealers. Ref 0207 Price £18.00
London 1833 Royal Blue Book London 1833 Royal Blue Book. One of the most interesting directories, and a really beautiful and valuable book. The Royal Blue Book is in two parts: a complete street by street listing (with house numbers) for central London in 1833, together with a complete alphabetical listing of all heads of household, their occupation where applicable, and address. It also includes Institutions, Societies, Public Offices, Hotels, Coffee-Houses and Taverns, Army and Navy Agents, and Bankers, followed by a section containing advertisements.

An 1831 street map of London has also been included on the CD. (The original book never did have a map, but this one is taken from the 1831 Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of England).

Portman Square Division: extends from Oxford Street to the New Road, and from Connaught Square to High Street, Marylebone.

Regent's Park Division: extends from St. John's Wood to Albany Street, and includes all North of the New Road.

Cavendish Square Division: extends from Oxford Street to the New Road, and from High Street, Marylebone to Tottenham Court Road.

Grosvenor Square Division: extends from Oxford Street to Picadilly, and from Park Lane to Bond Street.

Hanover Square Division: extends from Oxford Street East of Bond Street, to Pall Mall and Carlton Terrace.

Russell Square Division: extends from Tottenham Court Road to Ely Place, North of Holborn.

Lincolns-Inn Fields Division: extends from Holborn to the Thames, and from Bridge Street, Blackfriars to Charing Cross.

Westminster Division: extends from Charing Cross to James Street, Buckingham Gate.

Grosvenor Place Division: extends westward to Belgrave Square, Cadogan Place, Brompton, and Kensington.

The Inns of Court.

Ref 0346 Price £14.50
Pigot's Directory of London 1839 Pigot's Directory of London 1839. A very comprehensive early Pigot's Directory.

By the late 1830s the Pigot's directories were becoming more detailed. This one is particularly useful as it was published just before the first census of 1841, and is an invaluable aid to tracking down those elusive ancestors as well as giving detailed information about the towns and villages in the country. Ref 0950 Price £18.25
London Post Office Directory 1843 London Post Office Directory 1843. An official directory.

Commercial directory (people with trades), court directory (private residents and their addresses, in alphabetical order (but not all), Parliamentary directory, postage directory, banking directory, churches and chapels directory, schools etc.

Over 1600 pages.

This book was kindly loaned to the Archive CD Books Project by the Barnet Archives Office. Ref 0842 Price £18.25
Boyle's April 1847 London Court and Fashionable Guide Boyle's April 1847 London Court and Fashionable Guide. With over 1000 pages this is an extremely comprehensive directory of the fashionable and well of inhabitants of London.

The first part is a street by street directory directory of private residents with, in some case, details of their rank or profession. The second part is an alphabetical list of those people in the street directory which serves as a fabulous index.

The final section contains details of academies, ambassadors, ministers and offices in the City, banks and financial institutions, plus many advertisments.

Kindly loaned to the Project by The Barnet Archives. Ref 0854 Price £21.50
London 1848 Post Office Directory London 1848 Post Office Directory. Covers central London, and large parts of Middlesex, Surrey, Kent and Essex.

One of the very rare and sought-after early directories. The Post Office Directories were the fore-runners (and published by) Kelly's, and set a standard for the new type of county directory.

The contents include. The Official directory, 80 pages of the names of persons holding situations under The Crown.

The Commercial and Professional directory, over 500 pages of people's names, trades and addresses.

The Court directory. 80 pages of private individuals names and addresses.

The Parliamentary directory. 29 pages of details of the Houe of Peers and when those peerages were created, the Members of the House of Commons and the surnames of the Peers and Peeresses of the realm and their eldest sons.

The Postal directory. 72 pages of details of the postal system in the whole of Britain.

The City directory. 2 pages of the names of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, Sheriffs and City Officers.

The Banking directory. 43 pages of details of banks and institutions.

The Assurance directory, over 50 pages of details of Assurance Companies, their trustees, directors and auditors. Ref 0109 Price £18.25
Post Office Directory of London 1851 Post Office Directory of London 1851. A very large book with over 1000 pages. This directory, unlike the 1848 Post Office directory, includes a full street by street directory of people in the London area in 1851, plus the commercial directory. Unfortunately the Court and Trade sections are missing from this directory but the real beauty of this invaluable genealogical resource is this: Find your ancestor's address on the CD and you have a starting point for searching the census records. That's right it is a virtually complete London index for the 1851 census.

The contents are:

Principal hotels and commercial inns for places throughout England and Wales, along with the names of the occupiers and population total for the town in the 1841 census. This is a very unusual thing to find in any directory.

The Official directory, 59 pages, an alphabetical list of persons holding situations under The Crown in The East India House, The Bank of England and various law, city and other public offices.

Index to the street directory and money order office, 15 pages, an alphabetical list of streets in the directory. There is no actual index of places included in the directory but the following places are mentioned:

Aldgate
Battersea, Bayswater, Bermondsey, Bethnal Green, Bishopsgate, Bloomsbury, Bow
Camberwell, Camden Town, Cheapside, Chelsea, Clapham, Clerkenwell, Covent Garden
Deptford
Finsbury
Hackney, High Holburn, Houndsditch, Hoxton
Islington
Kennington, Kensington, Kentish Town, Kings Cross, Knightsbridge
Lambeth, Lime House, Long Acre, Ludgate Hill
Marylebone, Mile End
Notting Hill
Paddington, Pentonville, Piccadilly, Pimlico, Poplar, Portland Town
Regents Park, Rotherhithe
Sadlers Well, Shadwell, Shoreditch, Snow Hill, Soho, Southwark, Spitalfields, St Giles, St James, St Lukes, Stepney, Stratford
Vauxhall
Walworth, Wapping, West Kensington, Westminster, Whitechapel

The street directory is 477 pages with street by street listings of traders' and householders names. Even the street intersections and the positions of churches are noted. This part of the directory is the real "peach" and will be of immense help to genealogists researching the 1851 census.

The commercial and professional directory, 506 pages, an alphabetical list of peoples' names, their professions or trades and their addresses.

All is all this CD is an essential tool for those people researching London roots.

Kindly loaned to the Project by The Family Records Centre (the PRO) in London. Ref 9035 Price £18.25
Post Office Directory London 1856 Post Office Directory London 1856. This massive 2650 page book is probably the most comprehensive directory that we have ever seen. It includes:

Provincial inns for places throughout England and Wales, along with the names of the occupiers and the population total for the town from the 1851 census. 20 pages.

The Official directory, 84 pages, an alphabetical list of persons holding situations under The Crown in East India House, The Bank of England and the various law, city and other public offices. Index to Street directory and money order office, 25 pages, an alphabetical list of the streets in the directory. There is no index of areas of London, however the following areas are mentioned:

Battersea, Bayswater, Bishopsgate, Blackfriars, Bow, Brixton, Bromley, Brompton
Camberwell, Camden Town, Cheapside, Chelsea, Clapham, Clerkenwell, Covent Garden, Cripplegate
Dalston, Deptford
Finsbury
Hackney, Haymarket, Holloway, Homerton, Hoxton
Islington
Kennington, Kensington, Kentish Town, Kilburn, Kingsland, Knightsbridge
Lambeth, Limehouse
Marylebone, Mayfair, Mile End, Mile End New Town
Newington Butts, North Brixton, Notting Hill
Paddington, Pentonville, Pinlico, Poplar, Portland Town
Regents Park, Rotherhithe
Shadwell, Shoreditch, Snowhill, Soho, St Georges East, St Giles, St James's, St Johns Wood, St Lukes, Stepney, Stockwell, Stratford
Vauxhall
Walworth, Wapping, Westminster, Whitechapel

The Street directory, at 698 pages, takes up over a quarter of the entire book, street by street lists of people with details of road intersections, postitions of churches and schools.

The Commercial and Professional directory, 687 pages, an alpphabetical list of peoples' names, their professions or trades and their addresses.

Trades directory, 523 pages, this is an alphabetical arrangement of occupations and the names of the people who did them. It starts with Academies, Accordion Makers, Account Book Manfrs, Accountants etc.

Law directory, 101 pages of lists of judges, Queens Counsels, barristers, attorneys and solicitors plus details of courts of law, police and inns of court.

Court directory, 88 pages, an alphabetical list of private individuals and their addresses.

Parliamentary directory, 37 pages, list of Members of both Houses of Parliament. The Members of the House of Commons have their addresses in their home constituency shown and the Peers in the House of Lords have their eldest sons name listed.

Postal directory, 37 pages. This details the postal system from London to everywhere. For example, if one of your ancestors wanted to post a letter to the Falkland Islands.... "Letters are despatched by the Brazil Mail Packet on the morning of the 9th of each month; postage, prepaid 1s (one shilling), not exceeding half an ounce, and so on, or if so addressed by private ship at every opportunity, 8d, not exceeding half an ounce".

City directory, 120 pages. The Lord Mayor, aldermen, sheriffs, city officers etc. A list of the members of the Common Council, list of brokers, lists of "all" of the churches of "all" denominations, even the Swiss Protestant Church and even a separate list of every single clergyman of every faith that you could imagine.

A list of the Metropolitan Poor Law districts is also included. There are also Banking and Assuance directories plus an advertisments section.

The book was kindly loaned to the Project by The Public Record Office in London. Ref 9036 Price £21.75
London Royal Blue Book 1860 London Royal Blue Book 1860. Contains a street by street directory of the more fashionable parts of central London and an excellent alphabetical list of the people who lived there.

With well over 1000 pages this is an extremely comprehensive directory and the date of 1860 is an important one as it might provide an address to help searches in the 1861 census. Ref 0870 Price £18.25
Boyles Court Guide 1880 Boyles Court Guide 1880. Including a pull out map of the West End of London in 1880 and many charming adverts.

This wonderful book contains street and alphabetical listings of the name and abode in town and country of the nobility and gentry.

Included are the family names of the nobility, Houses of Peers and Commons, the Foreign Ministers, Bankers, Army and Navy Agents, Government Offices, Public Societies and Institutions, Club Houses, Inns of Courts etc. Basically anyone who was anyone in 1880 London is listed here. The pull out map and street directories mean that you can find where they lived on the map and see who lived next door. Ref 1269 Price £18.25
The London Diocese Book 1890 The London Diocese Book 1890. A Church calendar and general almanack for 1890 containing a variety of information for clergy and laity under the sanction of the Bishop of London.

Contents include an alphabetical list of parishes, chapelrries and ecclesiastical districts plus a directory of every member of the clergy in every parish in the Diocese of London, covering the County of London north of the Thames and the County of Middlesex with their address. This book will be invaluable to those researching ancestors who were members of the clergy in London. Not only contains the names and addresses of over 1000 clergy, but also the names and addresses of over 6000 laymen, all on the eve of the 1891 census. Ref 0485 Price £14.75
Post Office Directory London 1902 Post Office London Directory 1902. This massive London directory with over 3,500 pages is probably one of the most important directories ever released.

A listing of most heads of households and traders except in those areas covered in the Suburban Directories. Alongside the Commercial and Trades directories is a huge street by street list of private residents, which is an incredibly useful tool for genealogists.

This particular directory, following so closely as it does after the 1901 census, is going to prove especially useful in locating families in the census. Simply find the families in the alphabetical listing, and you will see their occupations and their full address. Like at the street directory and you will have a mental picture of what the street was like. It shows houses, road intersections, schools, churches, pubs and corner shops, and even where the post boxes are in the street.

When using this excellent resource you can look up every address where a family member lived and you can look for others with the same family name. You may find that the head of a household is a wifes father. Find your family in this directory then check the same address in the 1901 census and earlier censuses. The chances are that this will solve some problems and perhaps uncover unknown ancestors.

This book was kindly loaned to the Project by The Family Records Centre. Ref 9037 Price £21.50
Post Office Directory 1902 - London Northern Suburbs Post Office Directory 1902 - London Northern Suburbs. A fabulous and incredibly rare directory. Most larger suburbs contain a street by street directory which lists virtually every head of household by name along with their trade. There are even people listed with an occupation such as clerk, householder or jobbing gardener so these are ordinary people in their homes, not just tradesmen at their place of work. Smaller suburbs have no street directory but instead include a list of private residents which often runs to several people, plus a commercial directory of tradesmen.

Also included is an alphabetical directory which lists people and their addresses, plus a separate Court Directory which also contains names and addresses. Most people are listed in one of the directories but rarely in both. The final section is a classified Trades Directory which lists types of occupation, who performed these trades and where.

The area covered is basically north of the River Thames.

Suburbs with street directories.
Acton
Barking, High or Chipping Barnet, New Barnet, East Barnet, Bedford Park, Bowes Park, New and Old Brentford, Brondsbury
Canning Town, Chiswick and Turnham Green, Lower Clapton, Upper Clapton, Cricklewood, Crouch End, Crouch Hill
Ealing, Edmonton (Upper and Lower), Enfield
Finchley, Finsbury Park, Forest Gate, Fulham
Hackney Wick, East Ham, West Ham, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Hanwell, Harlesdon, Haringay, Harrow, Highgate, Highgate Road, Holloway, Homerton, Hornsey, Hornsey Rise, Hounslow
Ilford, Isleworth
Kensal Green, Kensal New Town, Kilburn
Leyton, Leytonstone, Loughton
Manor Park, Muswell Hill
Plaistow
Queens Park
St Margarets, Shacklewell, Shepherds Bush, Snaresbrook, New Southgate, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Stonebridge, Strand on the Green, Stratford, Stroud Green
Teddington, Tollingham Park, Tottenham, South Tottenham, Twickenham
Upton and Upton Park
Walthamstowe, Wanstead, Wealdstone, Willesden, Wood Green

Private residents and commercial directories.
Aldborough Hatch, Alperton, Arkley
Barkingside, Becontree Heath, Bounds Green, Buckhurst Hill
Chadwell Heath, Chadwell Street, Chigwell, Chigwell Row, Childs Hill, Chingford
Dagenham
Edgware with Little Stanmore
Fortis Green, Friern Barnet
Golders Green, Greenford, Greenford Green
Hadley, Hampton, Hampton Court, Hampton hill or New Hampton, Hampton Wick, Harrow Weald, Hendon, Heston, High Beech, The Hyde, North Hyde
Kenton, Kingsbury
Lampton
Mill Hill
Neasden, Northolt, Norwood
Oakleigh Park
Palmers Green, Perivale, Ponders End, Potters Bar
Rippleside
Sewardstone, Silvertown, Southall and southall Green, Southgate and Palmers Green, Spring Grove, Great Stanmore, Sudbury, Sunbury
Totteridge
Waltham Abbey, Waltham Cross, Wembley, Whetstone, Whitton, Woodford, Woodford Bridge, Woodford Green, Woodford Wells, North Woolwich.

This book was kindly loaned to the Project by The Public Record Office in London. Ref 9053 Price £18.25
Post Office Directory 1902 - London Southern Suburbs Post Office Directory 1902 - London Southern Suburbs. A fabulous and incredibly rare directory. Most larger suburbs contain a street by street directory which lists virtually every head of household by name along with their trade. There are even people listed with an occupation such as clerk, householder or jobbing gardener so these are ordinary people in their homes, not just tradesmen at their place of work. Smaller suburbs have no street directory but instead include a list of private residents which often runs to several people, plus a commercial directory of tradesmen.

Also included is an alphabetical directory which lists people and their addresses, plus a separate Court Directory which also contains names and addresses. Most people are listed in one of the directories but rarely in both. The final section is a classified Trades Directory which lists types of occupation, who performed these trades and where.

The area covered is basically south of the River Thames.

Suburbs with street directories.
Anerley
Balham, Barnes, Battersea, Beckenham, Blackheath, Brixton, Brockley, Bromley
Camberwell, Catford, clapham, Croydon
Deptford New Town, East Dulwich, West Dulwich
Eltham
Forest Hill
Greenwich
Herne Hill
Kew, Kingston on Thames
South Lambeth, Lee, Lewisham
New Cross, Norwood, South Nrwood, West Norwood
Peckham, Penge, Plumstead, Putney
Richmond
Stockwell, Streatham, Surbiton, Sutton, Sydenham
Tooting Graveney, Upper Tooting, Tulse Hill
Wandsworth, New Wandsworth, Wimbledon, Woodside, Woolwich

Private residents and commercial directories.
Abbey Wood, Addington
Beddington, Beddington Corner, Belvedere, Bexley, Bexley Heath
Carshalton, New Charlton, Old Charlton, Cheam, Chislehurst, Foot Cray, North Cray, St Mary Cray, St Pauls Cray, Crayford
Dulwich
Erith
Keston
Malden, New Malden, Merton, Mitcham, Morden, Mortlake, Mottingham
Northumerland Heath
Petersham
Roehampton
St Johns, Sanderstead, East Sheen (with St Leonards), Shirley, Shooters Hill, Shortlands, Sidcup, Southend, Summers Town
Wallington, Welling, East Wickham, West Wickham, Worcester Park

Ref 9054 Price £18.25
Hughes 1921 Business Directory of London Hughes' 1921 Business Directory of London. An enormous book with over 1400 pages which contain alphabetical and classified lists of people and their trades.

Every imaginable occupation is included from stockbrokers to dog biscuit makers.
Ref 9080 Price £21.50
London Post Office Directory 1934 London Post Office Directory 1934. This is the 135th edition of The London Post Office Directory and it is very special as it was the first to combine Central London and the Suburban Districts into one book.

A massive book with 3,770 pages including a street by street directory, a list of private residents, commercial tradespeople and a classified trades directory. Ref 0937 Price £26.00
Kellys 1936 Directory of Kilburn Willesden Cricklewood and Harlesden Kelly's 1936 Directory of Kilburn, Willesden, Cricklewood and Harlesden. A large chunk of North London, with an incredibly comprehensive street by street listing of virtually every head of household, lists of private residents, commercial and trades sections. Ref 0742 Price £18.25
Kellys 1936 Directory of Marylebone and St Johns Wood Kelly's 1936 Directory of Marylebone and St John's Wood. By the 1930s Kelly's were still producing directories that covered the whole of London, enormous directories with thousands of pages.

They also started to produce much more detailed directories of London districts which included incredibly comprehensive street by street listings of virtually every head of household, lists of private residents and commercial and trade sections.
Ref 0743 Price £18.25
London Post Office Directory 1938 London Post Office Directory 1938. Very similar to the 1934 directory described above, but it is amazing to see how transient the citizens of London were at this time.

Only a few short years after this directory was published a huge number of the businesses and private residences in it had simply vanished due to the wholesale destruction of the capital by German bombs.
Ref 0735 Price £25.75
Chiswick 1938 Kellys Directory Chiswick 1938 Kelly's Directory. A complete street directory of Chiswick, with house numbers, heads of households and occupations.
Ref 0266 Price £14.75
Kensington 1939 Kellys Directory Kensington 1939 Kelly's Directory. Literally a street directory, with house numbers and the names of all householders, plus an alphabetical listing.

This CD also includes detailed street maps of 1939. Ref 0263 Price £14.75
Acton 1939 Kellys Directory Acton 1939 Kelly's Directory. Literally a street directory, with house numbers and the names of all householders, plus an alphabetical listing.
Ref 0265 Price £14.75
Hammersmith 1939 Kellys Directory Hammersmith 1939 Kelly's Directory. Literally a street directory, with house numbers and the names of all householders, plus an alphabetical listing.
Ref 0264 Price £14.75
Royal Blue Book Court & Parliamentary Guide 1939 Royal Blue Book Court & Parliamentary Guide 1939. This guide contains a street directory of the more fashionable part of London being bounded by Hampstead on the North, the Chelsea reaches of the Thames on the South, Bloomsbury on the East and West Kensington on the West.

In addition to a map this edition includes particulars of the Royal Family, His Majesty's Privy Council, Officers of State, Officials of Government Departments, House of Lords and the House of Commons. Also included is a list of the principal clubs in London, seating plans for London Theatres and a classified list of trades and professions.

With over 1700 pages this is an extremely comprehensive directory. Ref 1358 Price £18.50
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