This day are published, parts first and second, of Architectura ecclesiastica Londini, or the Ecclesiastical architecture of London.
- London : John Booth, Duke-street, Portland-place, January 25, 1814.
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-  pages ; 27 cm
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"Being a complete series of views of the churches in that city, by eminent artists; for a more full illustration of the topography and history of the metropolis; and as a suitable accompaniment to Dugdale's Monasticon; or the Vetusta Monumenta, published by the Antiquarian Society."--Remainder of caption title.
"Conditions. This work will consist of four parts; each to contain thirty plates."--Page 
- Subject Terms:
- Book industries and trade -- England.Clarke, Charles, -1840. Architectura ecclesiastica Londini.Dugdale, William, Sir, 1605-1686. Monasticon anglicanum.Society of Antiquaries of London. Vetusta monumenta.
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Booth, John (Bookseller), This day are published, parts first and second, of Architectura ecclesiastica Londini, or the Ecclesiastical architecture of London, January 25, 1814
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