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Perspective views of all the ancient churches, and other buildings, in the cities of London, and Westminster, and parts adjacent, within the Bills of Mortality. Drawn by Robert West, and engraved by William Henry Toms. Part I. Containing twelve parish churches within the City of London, being all that are now standing, which escaped the fire in 1666, Viz. Alhallows Barking. Alhallows Staining. Alhallows London-Wall. St. Alphage. St. Andrew Under-Shaft. St. Ethelburgh. St. Helen. St. Katherine Coleman, St. Katherine Cree-Church. St. Martin Outwich. St. Olave Hart-Street. St. Peter Le Poor.

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Perspective views of all the ancient churches. Part 1


London : printed for the proprietors, Robert West, at the Blue Spike in Compton-Street, Soho, painter; and William Henry Toms, in Union-Court, opposite to St. Andrew's Church, in Holbourn, engraver; and published, March 16, 1736.

Physical description

[4]p.,plates ; obl. 2⁰.

References note

ESTC N20979

Reproduction note

Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.



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