City of London Information Publications

A list of publications pertinent to the City of London –

A Square Mile year by Peter Waine, Past Master Gardener
An engaging insight into the City of London’s traditions and modern relevance.
The book is available on Amazon,  in Daunts in Cheapside, Waterstones, the Guildhall Gallery Bookshop and from other good bookshops.
Proceeds go to a Livery charity.

The City of London Freemen’s Guide by Paul D Jagger
Purchase the book from
Hardback and e-publication

Interviews with key City Dignitaries by Paul D Jagger
Author and Blogger Paul D Jagger has undertaken an extensive series of short interviews with major figures in the City across a broad spectrum of the City civic, Livery, Religious Leaders, Military, Association Chairmen, Clubs and Society representatives. A fascinating listen in can be found here.

The City of London: WHO, WHAT, WHY by Alderman Alison Gowman
Order your book here:
Soft cover available

Domine Dirige Nos: An Introduction to the City of London by Jenifer Andersen
See flyer for order details.
Available in soft cover.

City of London: Secrets of the Square Mile by Paul D Jagger
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Available in soft cover

City Livery Companies (guide) published by the City of London Corporation.
Available free from the West Lobby of Guildhall. Or see PDF version.

City & Livery Blog published by Paul D Jagger

Livery Kitchens Cookbook by the Chefs of four Great XII Livery Company Kitchens
See flyer to order copies of this fundraising book.

A Decade of Criminal Justice Valedictory speeches of retiring Old Bailey Judges compiled by former Sheriffs.
See flyer to order.

City Songs & Music Guide by Paul Jagger (WCIT) and Julian Cable (Musicians)
This book is the culmination of a two-year project titled ’Songs and Music of the City of London’ – the latest concise guide to the City of London’s cultural offering. It is available in eBook format initially; a hardback will follow in the Autumn. A flyer provides further details, including how to purchase the guide online from Apple, Amazon or Payhip.

Honorary Freemen of the City of London by Bill Clark (Woolmen)
Clerk to the Woolmens’ Company Bill Clark has authored a splendid book about Honorary Freemen of the City who attained great achievement. A flyer provides further details, including how to purchase

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