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Records from the early 19th century survive to this day describing the distinct dialect that had surfaced in the colonies since first settlement in 1788, with Peter Miller Cunningham's 1827 book Two Years in New South Wales, describing the distinctive accent and vocabulary of the native born colonists, different from that of their parents and with a strong London influence.
* C. I. Hamilton, " Selections from the Phinn Committee of Inquiry of October – November 1853 into the State of the Office of Secretary to the Admiralty, in The Naval Miscellany, volume V, edited by N. A. M. Rodger, ( London: Navy Records Society, London, 1984 ).
Bronski Beat signed a recording contract with London Records in 1984 after doing only nine live gigs.
( The police officer was played by Colin Bell, then the marketing manager of London Records ).
PolyGram ( London Records ' parent company at that time ) had pressed a number of promo singles and 12 " versions of the song, sending them out to both radio and record stores in the UK.
Steinbachek and Bronski toured extensively with the new material and got great reviews, however the project was abandoned as the group were dropped by London Records.
More also DJed on pirate radio, hosting the Meltdown Show on Kiss FM and worked at the Reckless Records store on Berwick Street, London where Black visited as a customer.
Much of National CNDs historical archive is at the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics, although records of local and regional groups are spread throughout the country in public and private collections.
The Amarillo Bass Base of Amarillo, Texas once featured 52 double bassists, and The London Double Bass Sound, who have released a CD on Cala Records, have 10 players.
Records state that deaths in London crept up to 1, 000 and then to 2, 000 people per week and, by September 1665, to 7, 000 per week.
Records show that gunpowder was being made, in England, in 1346, at the Tower of London ; a powder house existed at the Tower in 1461 ; and in 1515 three King's gunpowder makers worked there.
* 1969 – The Beatles ' last public performance, on the roof of Apple Records in London.
Jeepster Records is a London, England-based independent record label, founded in 1995, and specialising in British indie and alternative bands-particularly Glasgow-based acts.
Two years after their final studio recording for SST, 1989's Monsters, the trio released its major-label debut, Forbidden Places, on the indie-friendly London Records.
This has often been cited, not least by Wilson himself, as the main reason London Records ' 1992 offer to buy the ailing label fell through.
In the summer of 1970, House toured Europe once again, including an appearance at the Montreux Jazz Festival ; a recording of his London concerts was released by Liberty Records.
* Track Records, a record label founded in 1966 in London, England
Seymour Stein, the president of Sire Recordsin London on business – heard John Peel play Teenage Kicks on BBC Radio 1 and became interested in the band.
After moving to London, Vangelis signed with RCA Records, set up his own studio, Nemo Studios, and began recording a string of electronic albums, such as Heaven and Hell ( 1975 ), Albedo 0. 39 ( 1976 ), Spiral ( 1977 ), Beaubourg ( 1978 ), and China ( 1979 ).
" featured on The Roxy London WC2 ( 24 June 1977: Harvest Records SHSP4069 )-No.
Molded into a professional act by manager Bill Ham, they were subsequently signed to London Records and released their debut album.
Consisting of Gibbons, Lanier Greig on keyboards and Moving Sidewalks ' drummer Dan Mitchell, the group was signed to London Records by manager Bill Ham, and released two singles —" Salt Lick " and " Miller's Farm ".
* In late March 1976, the first truly complete recording of the opera Porgy and Bess is released in a 3-LP set, by Decca Records in England and by London Records in the U. S. It stars Willard White and Leona Mitchell.

London and referred
Jimmy Hill once referred to the Riverside being " a bit like the London Palladium " as Blocks V & W ( the middle section ) are often filled with the rich and famous ( including often Al-Fayed ).
London newspaper The Guardian cited Generation X birth years as falling between 1965 and 1982 and referred to it as the me generation ' of the Eighties.
In England, specifically in the City of London Corporation, more than 100 guilds, referred to as livery companies survive today, and the oldest have been in existence for over a thousand years.
Gilbert had referred to the new technology in Pinafore in 1878, only two years after the device was invented and before London even had telephone service.
While living in London, noting the American Engineer's patriotic intensity, some British acquaintances referred to him as the " star-spangled Hoover ".
London was sometimes referred to as " The Smoke " because of this.
Leaders of the English Reformation, including Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, referred to Lollardy as well, and Bishop Cuthbert of London called Lutheranism the " foster-child " of the Wycliffite heresy.
The Elizabeth Tower, in particular, which is often referred to by the name of its main bell, " Big Ben ", is an iconic landmark of London and the United Kingdom in general, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and an emblem of parliamentary democracy.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, usually referred to as Kew Gardens, comprises 121 hectares of gardens and botanical glasshouses between Richmond and Kew in southwest London, England.
As a political movement, the term first referred to a faction of New Model Army Agitators and their London supporters who were allegedly plotting to assassinate the king.
For distinguishing purposes it is therefore sometimes referred to, particularly by New York Times editors, as the " London Times " or " The Times of London ".< ref >
" John Minsheu ( or Minshew ) was the first lexicographer to define the word in this sense, in his Ductor in Linguas ( 1617 ), where he referred to " A Cockney or Cockny, applied only to one born within the sound of Bow bell, that is in the City of London ".
Recent linguistic research suggests that today, certain elements of Cockney English are declining in usage within the East End of London and the accent has migrated to Outer London and the Home Counties: in London's East End, some traditional features of Cockney have been displaced by a Jamaican Creole-influenced variety popular among young Londoners ( sometimes referred to as " Jafaican "), particularly, though far from exclusively, those of Afro-Caribbean descent.
The Mayor of London is also referred to as the London Mayor, a form which helps to avoid confusion with the Lord Mayor of the City of London, the ancient and now mainly ceremonial role in the geographically smaller central region of the ancient City of London.
He reported the results by letter to the Royal Society of London and it is referred to as " an odd kind of sympathy " in the Society's minutes.
( Salisbury had referred to the London Convention of 1884, after the British defeat, as an agreement ' really in the interest of slavery '.
This incarnation of the band has sometimes been informally referred to as " Yes-West ", reflecting the band's new base in Los Angeles rather than London.
Some sources incorrectly refer to the June 1982 speech before the British House of Commons as the " Evil Empire " speech, but while Reagan referred twice to totalitarianism in his London speech, the exact phrase " evil empire " did not appear in any speech until later in his Presidency.
* In many novels by John le Carré, the British Secret Intelligence Service is referred to as " The Circus ", due to its ( fictional ) location in Cambridge Circus, London
Her one attempt at Shakespeare, performing Lady Macbeth opposite Alec Guinness at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 1966 proved to be ill-advised, although some critics were harsher and one referred to her English as " impossibly Gallic ".

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