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James Bond in London: The Tour
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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

22nd September 2000 Patsy Kensit divorces Liam Gallagher in London.

22nd September 1924 Illustrator and author Charles Keeping was born in Lambeth.go to related location

22nd September 1891 Footballer and writer Charlie Buchan was born in Plumstead.

22nd September 1870 5-time British Wimbledon tennis champion Charlotte Cooper was born in Ealing.

22nd September 1788 Author, practical joker and inventor of the postcard, Theodore Hook, was born in London.go to related location

22nd September 1761 The Coronation of George III in Westminster Abbey.go to related location

22nd September 1735 Robert Walpole the first British Prime Minister to live at 10 Downing Street.go to related location

22nd September 1694 Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, creator of Gregorian calendar, was born in London.

The Boot



The Boot

Charles Dickens was a regular, as was Kenneth Williams

Location: 116 Cromer St, London, WC1H 8BS

Description: The name is either derived from the wares of the leatherworkers who once worked in the area and would have frequented this pub or it may be a corruption of The Boat - a tributary of the River Fleet once flowed nearby. Charles Dickens was a regular and used it in his novel Barnaby Rudge, where he describes it as a refuge of gangs of Protestants who took part in the Gordon Riots. Finally, it was also Kenneth Williams old local...

Tagged in this Tour: Charles Dickens' London

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The Boot

Charles Dickens was a regular, as was Kenneth Williams


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This is a great pub. Friendly bar staff and good beer. Exceptional food. It has a welcoming ethos and is obviously owned by interesting people as evidenced by the artefacts on the walls. (Dean Nullec)
Posted by Dean Nullec on 2007-01-04
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