suruay of London

containing, the originall, antiquitie, encrease, and more moderne estate of the sayd famous citie : as also, the rule and gouernment thereof (both ecclesiasticall and temporall) from time to time : with a briefe relation of all the memorable monuments, and other especiall obseruations, both in and about the same citie, written in the yeere 1598
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Other titlesSvrvay of London, Survay of London
Statementby Iohn Stow, citizen of London, since then, continued, corrected and much enlarged, with many rare and worthy notes, both of venerable antiquity, and later memorie, such, as were neuer published before this present yeere 1618.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
ContributionsMunday, Anthony, 1553-1633., Purslowe, George, d. 1632, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsDA680 .S87 1618
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Pagination[12], 980, [4] p. ;
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Open LibraryOL6927506M
LC Control Number03012171

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