The Survey of London by John Stow

The Survey of London

byJohn Stow, Henry B. Wheatley, Introduction

Kobo ebook | June 17, 2013

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• a linked Table of Contents, Footnotes, and Index

The Author to the Reader
The Antiquity of London
The Wall about the City of London
Of the Ancient and Present Rivers, Brooks, Bourns, Pools, Wells, and Conduits of Fresh Water serving the City
The Town Ditch without the Wall of the City
Bridges of this City
Gates in the Wall of this City
Of Towers and Castles
Of Schools and other Houses of Learning
Houses of Students of the Common Law
Of Orders and Customs of the Citizens
Of Charitable Alms in Old Times given
Sports and Pastimes of Old Time used in this City
Watches in London
Honour of Citizens, and Worthiness of Men in the same
The City of London divided into Parts
Portsoken Ward
Tower Street Ward
Aldgate Ward
Lime Street Ward
Bishopgate Ward
Broad Street Ward
Cornehill Ward
Langborne Ward and Fennie About
Billingsgate Ward
Bridge Ward Within
Candlewike Street Ward
Walbrook Ward
Downegate Ward
Vintry Ward
Cordwainer Street Ward
Cheap Ward
Coleman Street Ward
Bassings hall Ward
Cripplegate Ward
Aldersgate Ward
Faringdon Ward Infra, or Within
Bread Street Ward
Queen hithe Ward
Castle Baynard Ward
The Ward of Faringdon Extra, or Without
Bridge Ward Without (the 26th in number), consisting of the Borough of Southwark, in the County of Surrey
The Suburbs without the Walls of the City, briefly touched, as alsowithout the Liberties, more at large described
Liberties of the Duchy of Lancaster
The City of Westminster, with the Antiquities, Bounds, and Liberties thereof
Spiritual or Ecclesiastical Government
Parish Churches
Hospitals in this City and Suburbs
Of Leprous People and Lazar Houses
Temporal Government of this City
Aldermen and Sheriffs of London
Officers belonging to the Lord Mayor’s House
Sheriffs of London; their Officers
Mayor and Sheriffs’ Livery
Companies of London placed at the Mayor’s Feast
Liveries worn by Citizens at Triumphs
An Apology, or Defence, against the Opinion of some Men, which think that the Greatness of that City standeth not with the Profit and Security of this Realm
The Singularities of the City of London
An Appendix
Fitzstephen’s Description of London

Title:The Survey of LondonFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 17, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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