Remarks on London: being an exact survey of the cities of London and Westminster, Borough of Southwark, and the suburbs and liberties contiguous to them, by shewing where every Street, Lane, Court, Alley, Green, Yard, Close, Square, or any other Place, by what Name soever called, is situated in the most Famous Metropolis; so that Letters from the General and Penny-Post Offices cannot Miscarry for the future. An Historical Account of all the Cathedrals, Collegiate and Parochial Churches, Chapels, and Tabernacles, within the Bill of Mortality: Shewing therein the sett Time of publick Prayer, Celebrating the Sacraments, Morning and Evening Lectures, and Preaching Sermons, both Ordinary and Extraordinary; with many curious Observations. Places to which Penny-Post Letters and Parcels are carried, with Lists of Fairs and Markets. What places sends Members to Parliament. To what Inns Flying-Coaches, Stage-Coaches, Waggons and Carriers come, and the Days they go out; lately collected. Keys, Wharts and Plying-Places on the River of Thames. Instructions about the General Post-Office. Description of the great and cross Roads from one City and eminent Town to another, in England and Wales. A perpetual Almanack. The Rates of Caochmen, Chairmen, Carmen, and Watermen. A perpetaul Tide-Table; and several other necessary Tables, adapted to Trade and other Business. All Alphabetically digested; and very useful for all Gentlemen, Ladies, Merchants, Tradesmen, both in City and Country. The like never before extant. By W. Stow.
- Stow, William.
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London : printed for T. Norris at the Looking-Glass, and H. Tracy at the Three Bibles, on London-Bridge, 1722.
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