The Survey of London
"[...]mentioned at the close of Fitzstephen's account is not the king usually known by that name; but Henry the second son of Henry II. This prince was crowned during his father's life-time; but died in 1182, seven years before his father. Matthew Paris also speaks of him as Henry III. An enlarged edition of the Survey was prepared by Anthony Munday after Stow's death, and published in 1618. In 1633, four months after Munday's[...]".
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Stow’s Survey of London, from its first publication in 1598, has taken rank as the first authority on the history of London, but this very fame has been the cause of some injury to the unity of the ... Read full review