Ackermann's Repository would publish an article on occasion regarding one of the more popular churches in the London area. This brief series could be found interspersed in issues from 1810 - 1815.
Each rendition of the major churches was accompanied by a detailed article giving a
history or the building and a variety of statistical information.
|1814 - St Paul's Cathedral - Ackermann's Repository|
This was the accompanying article in Ackermann's Repository for St Paul's
The wonder of great churches is that they usually stand the test of time; therefore many of these structures survive to this day and can currently be seen much as they were in Regency times.
More Regency Era Churches of London
|1810 - Westminster Abbey|
|1812 - St Dunstan's Church - Fleet Street|
|1812 - St James Chapel - Tottenham Court Rd|
|1814 - St Clement Danes - Westminster|
|1814 - St Leonard - Shoreditch|
|1814 - St Paul's Cathedral|
|1814 - St Stephen's Church - Walbrook|
|1815 - St Martin's (In-the -Fields)|
|1815 - Christ Church - Spitalfields|
|1815 - St John's Church - Westminster|
|1815 - St Stephen's Chapel & Speaker's House|
Please join me again next time when we tour the well known Regency streets of London
as shown by Ackermann's Repository.
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