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Whitaker's (Jo.) History of Manchester; containing the Roman, Roman-
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History of Preston, in Lancashire; together with the Guild Merchant, and some account of the duchy and county palatine of Lancaster. 4to. London, 1822.

[Rauthmell's (Rich.)] Roman Antiquities of Overborough, wherein Overborough is proved to be the Bremetonaca of Antoninus. 4to. Lond. 1746.

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Burton's (William) Description of Leicestershire; containing matters of antiquity, history, armoury, and genealogy. Folio. Lynn, 1777. Nichols's (John) History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester; including Mr. Burton's description of the county, and the later collections of Mr. Stanley, Mr. Carte, Mr. Peck, and Sir Thomas Cave. 4 vols. in eight, folio, large paper. London, 1795-1811-15. Nichols's (John) Miscellanies on Leicestershire. (Top. Brit. Vol. VII.) Thoresby's (John) Select Views in Leicestershire; with supplementary volume, containing a series of excursions to the villages and places of note in the county with descriptive and historical accounts, and, in notes, the most valuable parts of Burton, Nichols, &c. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1789–90.

Curtis's (J.) Topographical History of the County of Leicester; the ancient part compiled from parliamentary documents, and the modern from actual survey. 8vo. London, 1831.


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An Account of the Gentleman's Society at Spalding, being an Introduction to the Reliquiæ Galeanæ.-Reliquiæ Galeana; or, miscellaneous pieces by Roger and Samuel Gale. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. III. Nos. 2 and 20.)

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A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483; written in the 15th century, and for the first time printed from MSS. in the British Museum. To which are added, numerous contemporary illustrations, consisting of royal letters, poems, and other articles descriptive of public events, or of the manners and customs of the metropolis; [edited by Sir N. H. Nicolas.] 4to. 4to. London, 1827.

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Stow's (John) Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, brought down to the present time by John Strype; with Life of the Author, Appendix of Tracts on the state of London, and a Perambulation four or five miles round about to the parish churches. 2 vols. folio. London, 1720.

Maitland's (William) History of London, including the several parishes in Westminster, Middlesex, Southwark, &c., within the bills of mortality; continued to 1772 by John Entick. 2 vols. folio. London, 1775.

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Malcolm's (J. P.) Londinum redivivum; or, an ancient and modern Description of London. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1803-7.

Brayley's (E. W.) Londiniana; or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis, including characteristic sketches, antiquarian, topographical,descriptive, and literary. 4 vols. 12mo. London, 1829.

A true and faithful Account of the several Informations exhibited to the Committee appointed to inquire into the late burning of the City of London, 1667. (Somers' Tracts, Vol. VII.)

Observations, both historical and moral, upon the burning of London, Sept. 1666. (Harleian Misc. Vol. III.)

Waterhouse's (E.) Short Narrative of the late dreadful Fire in London; together with certain considerations remarkable therein. 8vo. London, 1667.


The City Remembrancer; being historical Narratives of the great Plague at London, 1665; great Fire, 1666, and great Storm, 1703. which are added, observations and reflections on the plague in general; with historical accounts of the most memorable plagues, fires, and hurricanes. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1779.

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grand influence the actions of the City of London have had upon the
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The Customs of London, otherwise called Arnold's Chronicle, including
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Logan's (Jo.) Account of the Customs, Government, Privileges, &c. of the City of London. (Gwillim's Heraldry.)

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[Thomson's (Ri.] Chronicles of London Bridge. 12mo. London, 1827. Graunt's (John) Observations upon the Bills of Mortality, with reference to the government, diseases, &c. of London. 12mo. Oxford, 1665. Marshall's (J.) Mortality of the Metropolis; a Statistical View of the number of persons reported to have died of each of more than 100 kinds of disease and casualties, within the bills of mortality, in each of the years 1629-1831; with a topographical arrangement of the parishes comprising the metropolis, the population thereof at different periods, and the number in each reported to have died of the Plague in 1593, 1625, 1636, and 1665; and also a circumstantial account of the still greater plague of Spasmodic Cholera, which desolated Asia and Europe between 1345 and 1362, and Great Britain in 1348-9. 4to. London, 1832.

Newcourt's (Rich.) Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense; an ecclesiastical parochial history of the diocese of London. 2 vols. folio. London, 1708.

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Bayley's (John) History and Antiquities of the Tower of London, with memoirs of royal and distinguished persons; deduced from records, state papers, and other original and authentic sources. 2 vols. in one, 4to. large paper. London, 1821-5.

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The Charter House; with the last Will and Testament of Thomas Sutton, Esq. 4to. Port. by Elstracke. London, 1614.

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Herbert's (W.) Antiquities of the Inns of Court and Chancery. 8vo. London, 1804.

Smith's (J. T.) Antiquities of Westminster; containing 246 Engravings of topographical objects, of which 122 no longer remain with Descriptions, including the duplicate print, on stone, of the Painted Chamber, and the 62 additional Plates. 4to. large paper. Lond.


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Vertue's copy, with his autograph and MS. collations with the first edition. Dart's (John) Westmonasterium; or, the History and Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster. 2 vols. folio, large paper. London, 1723.


Norden's (John) Speculum Britanniæ; or, historical and chorographical description of Middlesex. Front. and Maps, 4to. London, 1593. Lysons's (Dan.) Environs of London; an historical account of the towns, villages, and hamlets, within twelve miles of that capital [including the whole of Middlesex], interspersed with biographical anecdotes : with Supplement. 6 vols. 4to. large paper. Lond. 1796-1811. Butcher's (Rich.) Survey of Tottenham High Cross, in the county of Middlesex. (Stamford.)

Walpole's (Hor.) Description of his Villa at Strawberry-Hill; with an inventory of the furniture, &c. 4to. Strawberry-Hill, 1784, and Works, Vol. II.

Faulkner's (Thos.) Historical and Topographical Account of Chelsea and its environs. 8vo. Lond. 1810.

Nelson's (John) History, Topography, and Antiquities of the Parish of St. Mary, Islington. 4to. London, 1811.

Park's (J. J.) Topography and Natural History of Hampstead. 4to. large paper. London, 1814.

Brown's (James) Sketches of the History and Antiquities of Stoke-Newington, in the county of Middlesex. (Nichols's Topog. Brit. Vol. II. Nos. 9 and 14.)

Nichols's (John) History and Antiquities of Canonbury-House, at Islington. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. II., No. 49.)


Williams' (David) History of Monmouthshire, illustrated with Views by the Rev. J. Gardner. 4to. large paper. Lond. 1796.

Coxe's (Wm.) Historical Tour in Monmouthshire. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1801.


Blomefield (F.) and C. Parkin's Topographical History of the County of Norfolk. 5 vols. folio. Fersfield and Lynn, 1739-75.

Parkin's (Char.) History and Antiquities of the City of Norwich. 8vo. Lynn, 1783.

Description of the Diocese of Norwich; or, the present state of Norfolk and Suffolk, of the City of Norwich in particular, and of the several market-towns in those two counties. 8vo. Lond. 1735.

Brown's (Sir T.) Posthumous Works, viz.: Repertorium; or, the Antiquities of the Cathedral of Norwich ;- -an Account of some Roman Ürnes, &c. found at Brampton, near Norwich;-Antiquitates Capellæ D. Joannis Evang., authore J. Burton. To which is prefixed his Life. 8vo. London, 1712.

Britton's (John) History of the See and Cathedral Church of Norwich, including biographical anecdotes of the bishops, &c. 4to. Proofs. Lond. 1816.

Mackrell's (B.) History and Antiquities of King's Lynn. 8vo. London, 1738.

Swinden's (H.) History and Antiquities of Great Yarmouth. 4to. Norwich, 1772.

Martin's (Thomas) History of the Town of Thetford, in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. [Edited by Rich. Gough.] 4to. London, 1779.


Morton's (John) Natural History of Northamptonshire; with some account of the Antiquities, and a transcript from Doomsday Book as far as it relates to that county. Folio. London, 1712.

Bridges' (John) History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire, compiled from his manuscript collections by Peter Whalley. 2 vols. folio. Oxford, 1791.

Baker's (Geo.) History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton. 2 vols. folío, large paper. London, 1822–30.

Hyett's (W. H.) Sepulchral Memorials of the County of Northampton. 4to. London, 1818.

Gunton's (Symon) History of the Church at Peterburgh, by Bp. Patrick. Folio. London, 1686.

The History and Antiquities of Fotheringhay, in the county of Northampton; with several particulars of the execution of Mary Queen of Scots. (Nichols's Top. Brit. Vol. IV., No. 40.)

Bonney's (H. K.) Historic Notices in reference to Fotheringhay. Royal 8vo. large paper. Oundle, 1821.

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