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Cruikshank, Percy, active 1840-1860. Sunday scenes in London and its suburbs /
Cruikshank, Percy, active 1840-1860
Sunday scenes in London and its suburbs
1854
Soane, John, 1753-1837, author, illustrator. Designs for public and private buildings /
Soane, John, 1753-1837
Designs for public and private buildings
MDCCCXXXII [1832]
 The grand procession of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert :
The grand procession of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert
1844
Slatter & Willes (London, England), creator. Billhead of Slatter & Willes, London, for purchases made by R.D. Fraser in 1912.
Slatter & Willes (London, England)
Billhead of Slatter & Willes, London, for purchases made by R.D. Fraser in 1912
1913
Cary, John, ca. 1754-1835. Cary's New plan of London and its vicinity, 1838 :
Cary, John, ca. 1754-1835
Cary's New plan of London and its vicinity, 1838
1838?]
Parrott, William, 1813-1869, artist. London from the Thames /
Parrott, William, 1813-1869
London from the Thames
[1840-1841]
 Views of mighty London ... First [-Second] series ...
Views of mighty London ... First [-Second] series ..
[ca. 1854]
Picken, Thomas, -1870, lithographer. R. Ackermann's series
Picken, Thomas, -1870
R. Ackermann's series
[1851]
Whittock, N. (Nathaniel), 1791-1860, lithographer. Robin's panoramic excursion from London-Bridge to Ramsgate
Whittock, N. (Nathaniel), 1791-1860
Robin's panoramic excursion from London-Bridge to Ramsgate
[1839]
Trench, F. W. (Frederick William), Sir, 1775-1859. A collection of papers relating to the Thames Quay :
Trench, F. W. (Frederick William), Sir, 1775-1859
A collection of papers relating to the Thames Quay
1827 [i.e. 1852?]
Lami, Eugène Louis, 1800-1890, ill. Souvenirs de Londres.
Lami, Eugène Louis, 1800-1890
Souvenirs de Londres
1826
Blewitt, J. (Jonathan), 1782-1853, composer.  Conversation between the Monument and St. Paul's :
Blewitt, J. (Jonathan), 1782-1853
Conversation between the Monument and St. Paul's
[1828?]