A Companion to Darton's Plan of London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; Comprising a Brief Notice of Its Origin; a General Review of the City and Its Environs as They Existed at that Period; a Complete Description of the Marginal Views Accompanying the Plan; and Interesting Anecdotes and Remarks Connected with Various Parts of the British Metropolis
W. Darton, 1829 - 68 pages
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