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THE TABARD
57
Notice of the Site of the Tabard in á Register
63
Henry VIII Maying at Shooters Hill
67
PRIOR
72
LONDON BRIDGE
73
439
78
Earliest Historic Notice of London Bridge
79
Houses on London Bridge burnt by Fire of Lon
83
Wat Tyler
90
SEARS
96
MIDSUMMEREVE
97
The Lollards Prison
100
Mode of Lighting Streets
102
Marriage of the Earl of Kent
119
STREET NOISES
129
Oysterwives Herbwives c denounced in
135
ROMAN LONDON
145
The Ancient Mouth of the Thames
147
London a Town of the Cantii
153
Arundel House possessed by the Dukes of Norfolk
164
J SAUNDERS
169
Duke of Shoreditch
175
THE PARKS
185
Spring Garden
191
SHEPHERD
213
Accident to Cromwell in Hyde Park
214
Situation of the Regents Park
222
The decline of the Fleet
229
SUBURBAN MILESTONES
241
Difficulty of determining the confines of London
247
LAMBETH PALACE
257
Archbishop Tenison and the Stationers Com
263
TIMBRILL
265
FUSSELL
272
Camp of Julius Cæsar
282
Tessellated pavements and mosaic work
288
Stows account of Wyatts Attempt on London 298 Burlington House
300
Evelyns account of the fate of Clarendon House
307
TIFFIN
315
CROSBY PLACE
317
Arrest of Edward v and execution of Lord Sully entertained at Crosby Place
326
Tomb of Sir John Crosby
332
OLD WHITEHALL
333
Anecdote of Henry VIII and Holbein
340
ILLUSTRATIONS
343
NEW WHITEHALL
349
BEN JONSONS LONDON
365
Jonson at Cambridge
374
Wit combats between Shakspere and Ben Jonson 372 The projector in The Devil is an Ass
380
BEN JONSONS LONDON
381
Tobaccolovers and tobaccohaters
392
RANELAGH AND VAUXHALI
397
The Rotunda
398
ANDREW
402
Execution of Hubert
403
Bloomfields verses on Ranelagh
405
Vauxhall
411
STREET SIGHTS
413
SEARS
428
Ereljns description of the conflagration
434
Charitable conduct of the citizens
440
97
viii
THE NAMES OF THE AUTHORS OF EACH PAPER
ix
THE BUILDING OF ST PAULS
1
The Monument 1841
3
Harvey from a Portrait by Jansen
4
Opening a Sewer by Night
5
London Shoeblack 1750
8
Wren and Evelyn appointed Members of
9
141
11
24
12
Sir Christopher Wren
16
Conduit in West Cheap
55
Street Music 1789 from Dayes Picture of Cirouren or Squae
61
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
65
Rise of the Commons in the sixteenth century 71
71
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS No 2
81
81
84
Fleet Ditch 1841 back of Field Lane
86
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS No 1
92
MILTONS LONDON C KNIGHT 97
97
THE CHARTER HOUSE
113
Birth and youth of Sir Walter Manny
114
THE CHARTER HOUSE J SAUNDERS 118
118
Cause assigned by Jasper Ffyloll for the obsti
120
Suttons Monument
131
ST JOHNS GATE
133
THE STRAND
134
State of Rhodes at the period of its conquest
137
Letter of Sultan Solyman
143
The Tower besieged by the Citizens of London 256
144
ST JOHNS GATE C KNIGHT 188
149
London during the Fire from the Bankside Southwark
152
Building of the present Church of St Clement
155
THE STRAND concluded
165
The Savoy Conference
171
LONDON ANTIQUARIES
181
193
193
The family of Stow
195
THE TOWER No 1
201
Clyde Park and Kensington Gardens originally Description of Kensington Gardens in
206
Visit of James I to the Tower in 1604
209
Associations connected with the Tower as
215
The Towertime of Henry VI
216
Coronation of Queen Isabel
222
G F SARGENT GREEN
232
Inscription on the wall of Beauchamp Tower 234
234
Collingbournes lines on Richard Iii
240
St Peters Chapel
248
The Tower blockaded by King John
257
THE TOWER No 5
265
Custom in England during the Wars of the Queen Elizabeths Armoury
271
TIFFIN
280
THE OLD ROYAL EXCHANGE AND ITS FOUNDER
281
Library of Grey Friars
284
Instance recorded by Strada of Greshams Skill Literary Memorials of the old Exchange 293
287
Greshams Countryhouse at Mayfield and Os Leaf from the Book of the Great Fire
295
MURDON
312
SMITHFIELD
313
Henry VII
316
155
318
Queen Elizabeths Armoury
325
Torchlight view of Smithfield
326
CHRISTS HOSPITAL
329
Ridleys Interview with the Lord Mayor 330 zens of London
332
The Franciscans the most distinguished of
333
SOME FEATURES OF LONDON LIFE IN
340
86 Statue of Edward VI
344
Letter from Sir Francis Walsingham
346
The indigenous Gipsies of London
350
Trial of various Empirics before the Council 23 The Library of the College
354
The Volunteer Guards
356
Controversies between the College of Physicians Anecdote of Radcliffe and Sir Godfrey Kneller
362
Mob would sometimes take the Law into its Increase in the sale of Books in 1791
366
ST JAMESS PALACE
369
First mention of Vauxhall as a place of amuse The Italian Walk
371
Beaumonts Epistle to Jonson
372
Improvements in St Jamess Street
375
The philosophy of the roofs of houses 385 Acts of Parliament passed for the encourage
385
New Inhabitants of Spitalfields
391
Birdcatching the characteristic amusement
396
Quay before the Custom House
402
Sir Roger de Coverleys visit to Vauxhall 402 Fireworks
403
The old Custom House destroyed during
408

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