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Jesse, John Heneage, 1815-1874.
London and its celebrities.
Boston : Printed for F.A. Niccolls, [19--?]
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John Heneage Jesse
|Notes:||Vol. 3 titled: London and its celebrities and The Last War of the Roses.
The Last War of the Roses, an historical drama (p. -360).
|Description:||3 volumes : plates (including portraits) ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. ch. I. Tower Hill, Allhallows Barking, Crutched Friars, East Smithfield, Wapping ; ch. II. Billingsgate, Cole Harbour, Steel-Yard, the Vintry ; ch. III. Queenhithe, Baynard's Castle, Houses of the nobility, Blackfriars, etc. ; ch. IV. London Bridge ; ch. V. The fire of London ; ch. VI. Fish Street Hill, Eastcheap, Gracechurch Street, St. Olave's, Hart Street ; ch. VII. Aldgate, St. Botolph's Church, Leadenhall Street, St. Catherine Cree, etc. ; ch. VIII. Cornhill, St. Michael's Church, Royal exchange, etc. ; ch. IX. Old Jewry, St. Lawrence Church, Mansion House, London Stone, etc. ; ch. X. Bishopsgate Street, Crosby Hall ; ch. XI. Church of St. Helen's the Great ; ch. XII. London Wall, Austin Friars, etc. ; ch. XIII. St. Giles Cripplegate, Barbers' Hall, Fortune Theatre ; ch. XV. Smithfield --
v. 2. ch. I. The priory and the church of St. Bartholomew ; ch. II. The Charter House ; ch. III. St. John's Gate, Clerkenwell, etc. ; ch. IV. Holborn, St. Andrew's Church, Gray's Inn Lane, etc. ; ch. V. Ely House, Gray's Inn, Thavie' Inn, Staple Inn, Barnard's Inn ; ch. VI. Red Lion Square, Great Ormond Street, Bloomsbury Square, etc. ; ch. VII. Cheapside ; ch. VIII. Neighbourhood of St. Paul's ; ch. IX. St. Paul's Cathederal ; ch. X. The Old Bailey, Newgate, Christ's Hospital, Sepulchre's Church ; ch. XI. Fleet Street ; ch. XII. The Fleet prison --
v. 3. ch. I. The Temple ; ch. II. The Strand ; ch. III. Residences of the old nobility in the Strand ; ch. IV. Somerset House ; ch. V. Lambeth and Lambeth Place ; ch. VI. Vauxhall and Ranelagh ; ch. VII. Southwark ; The last war of the roses.