The Queen walked from Windsor Castle to the guildhall with the Duke of Edinburgh.
His offer was in course of time accepted, and his picture now adorns one entire wall of the guildhall Art Gallery.
Their Majesties had accepted an invitation to dine at guildhall on the 9th of November.
On the other side of High Street, a projecting clock face marks the guildhall, dating from the end of the seventeenth century.
Can it be commemorated in the name of the guildhall which then fronted Aldermanbury?
Ulrich sprang from his horse in front of the guildhall and was received by the captain, who had commanded during his absence.
The cause is to be tried to-morrow at guildhall, where I intend to be.
The two great windows in the guildhall have also memories of the deepest interest.
The guildhall of Leicester cannot boast of any outside show.
Meet in the guildhall, for the Swansea District, every month.