In 1835, James Pratt and John Smith were hanged outside Newgate Prison in London, in the last execution in England for this activity, after a conviction for what?
Which old London market for cloth goods, founded by a charter from Henry I in 1133 and held annually at Smithfield and then Islington, was abolished in 1855 due to the disorderly rabble?
Who knighted Christopher Wren, the architect responsible for rebuilding 55 churches in the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666, including St. Paul's Cathedral?
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