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20th March 1968 Arsenal footballer Paul Merson was born in Harlesden, North London.

20th March 1920 1st flight from London to South Africa lands (1 months)

20th March 1906 George B Shaws Captain Brassbound's Conversion, premieres in London

20th March 1727 Issac Newton, English physicist/astronomer, died in London aged 84.go to related location

20th March 1616 Walter Raleigh released from Tower of London to seek gold in Guyana

Don't be Daunted

Don't be Daunted

An original Edwardian bookshop with long oak galleries

Location: 83 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QW

Description: Fancy going to a great bookshop, a bookshop steeped in history, a bookshop with a bit of class...

Then 'Daunt Books' is your baby!

Daunt Books is an original Edwardian bookshop with long oak galleries and graceful skylights situated in Marylebone High Street, London.

There are also branches in Belsize Park, Chelsea, Hampstead and Holland Park.

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Don't be Daunted

An original Edwardian bookshop with long oak galleries

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