Old and New London, A Narrative of its History, its People and its Places. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings from the Most Authentic Sources. vol I

Thornbury, Walter
1872-78

  • Old and New London, A Narrative of its History, its People and its Places. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings from the Most Authentic Sources. vol I

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 Title Page
 Frontispiece
 Introduction
 Chapter I: Roman London
 Chapter II:Temple Bar
 Chapter III: Fleet Street
 Chapter IV: Fleet Street
 Chapter V: Fleet Street
 Chapter VI: Fleet Street, Northern Tributaries
 Chapter VII: Fleet Street, Northern Tributaries, Chancery Lane
 Chapter VIII: Fleet Street, Northern Tributaries, continued
 Chapter IX: Fleet Street, Tributaries, Crane Street
 Chapter X: Fleet Street, Tributaries
 Chapter XI: Fleet Street Tributaries Shoe lane.
 Chapter XII: Fleet Street, Tributaries South.
 Chapter XIII: The Temple, General Introduction
 Chapter XIV: The Temple Church and Precinct.
 Chapter XV: The Temple continued.
 Chapter XVI: The Temple continued.
 Chapter XVII: Whitefriars
 Chapter XVIII: Blackfriars
 Chapter XIX: Ludgate Hill
 Chapter XX: St. Paul's
 Chapter XXI: St. Paul's, continued
 Chapter XXII: St. Paul's Churchyard
 Chapter XXIII: Paternoster Row
 Chapter XXIV: Doctors' Commons
 Chapter XXV: Heralds' College.
 Chapter XXVI: Cheapside, Introductory And Historical.
 Chapter XXVII: Cheapside Shows and Pageants.
 Chapter XXVIII: Cheapside Central.
 Chapter XXIX: Cheapside Tributaries South
 Chapter XXX: Cheapside Tributaries, North.
 Chapter XXXI: Cheapside tributaries, North
 XXXII: Cheapside Tributaries, North.
 XXXIII: Guildhall.
 Chapter XXXIV: David Salomons, Lord Mayor.
 Chapter XXXV: The Lord Mayors of London.
 Chapter XXXVI: The Poultry
 Chapter XXXVII: Old Jewery
 Chapter XXXVIII: Mansion House.
 Chapter XXXIX: Map of Saxon London.
 Chapter XL: Bank of England.
 Chapter XLI: The Stock Exchange.
 Chapter XLII: The Royal Exchange.
 Chapter XLIII: The Royal Enchange, continued.
 Chapter XLIV: Lothbury.
 Chapter XLV: Throngmorton Street, the Drapers Company.
 Chapter XLVI: Bartholomew Lane and Lombard Street.
 Chapter XLVII: Threadneedle Street.
 Chapter XLVIII: Cannon Street.
 Chapter XLIX: Cannon Street Tributaries and Eastcheap.
 Chapter L: The Monument And Its Neighbourhood, Wren's plan for rebuilding London.
 Chapter LI: Chaucer's London.
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