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This is the story of the murder of Captain Joseph Johns near Devonshire Square in 1747.
Tyburn, that most famous of London execution sites.
The parish and burial grounds of St Giles, Cripplegate now the Barbican.
The Victorian designer, writer, and Socialist William Morris didn’t love London, but he did love his home here on the Hammersmith Embankment.
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