This day is published, number XCIV, with a view of the city gates : (to be continued weekly, price six-pence) : the sixth edition of Stow's survey of London and Westminster : and of the borough of Southward : being the best topography of those cities : together with the distinct history of them : in two large volumes, folio : containing their original, antiquity, increase, present state, and government : written at first by John Stow, citizen and native of London ; several times reprinted and augmented, then corrected, and very much enlarged in the year 1720 by J. Strype, M.A. ; and the history and survey now brought down to this present time by careful hands ; illustrated with exact maps of all the wards and out-parishes both of London and Westminister ; with other draughts of the most eminent and public edifices and monuments.
- London : [Publisher not identified], November 29, 1755.
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet ( page (incomplete)) ; 43 cm
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- Copyright Status:
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- Caption title.
Description based on a presumably incomplete copy at the Yale Center for British Art. The text of the first page ends mid-sentence, with catchword "and". The reverse of the (unfolded) sheet is blank.
At head of title: London, November 29, 1755.
- Subject Terms:
- Book industries and trade -- Great Britain.London (England) -- Buildings, structures, etc.London (England) -- Description and travel.London (England) -- History.London (England) -- Surveys.Stow, John, 1525?-1605. Survey of London.Strype, John, 1643-1737.
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This day is published, number XCIV, with a view of the city gates , November 29, 1755
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