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Londinium redivivum; or, An antient history and modern description of London. Compiled from parochial records, archives of various foundations, the Harleian mss. and other authentic sources. By James Peller Malcolm.

Main Author: Malcolm, James Peller, 1767-1815.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed by J. Nichols, 1802-1807.
Subjects: London (England) > Description and travel.
London (England) > Antiquities.
Note: In v. 4, p. 460 erroneously numbered 400.
Vol. 2, dated 1803, and v. 3, dated 1803, have "Advertisement," with date 1805.
Vol. 1 has added t.-p., engr., with date 1803; v. 2-4 have engr. t.-p. only.
Physical Description: 4 v. 45 plates (incl. port., map, plan, facsim.) 27 cm.
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