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in that Napoleon I., 1809–13, and finished by the year printed an enlarged edition in im- ' I mine

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LONDON PLANS AND MAPS. sions, and Residences, 1792, Svo.

The earliest known View of London LONDON GUIDES.

|(extending from Lambeth Palace to These are innumerable; we cite only the two Greenwich) is that drawn by Antonio principal ones.

| Wyngaerde, on several sheets, extendCunningham's (Peter) Handbook for ing 10 feet in length, taken between 1558 London, past and present. Lond. 1849, and 1563, preserved in the Sutherland 2 vols, post 8vo, 11, 4s. Second edition, in Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford. 1 vol. post 8vo, Lond. 1850, 16s. Since The earliest engraved View, Map, or reprinted in an alphabetical form, with Plan of London is that taken near the out maps or plates,

beginning of the Reign of Queen ElizaBohn's Pictorial Handbook of London, beth (circa 1560) by RALPH AGGAS, on 8 comprising its Antiquities, Architecture, sheets, and is extremely rare; a copy is in Arts, Manufactures, Trade, Institutions, the Sloane Collection, British Museum. Exhibitions, Suburbs, &c. (910 pages.)- Re-engraved by George Vertue, in 1737, With 205 engravings on wood, by Bran- for the Society of Antiquaries. 8 sheets, ston, Jewitt, and others; and large Map imp. folio. Willett, 1489, 71, 7s. Reduced of London and its suburbs by Lowry, copies of this curious map are in Brayley's

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