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(MoEML consulted Taylor, Lockie, A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London A37, and London Survey’d F1r to locate this site on the Agas map.)
- Lockie, John. Lockie’s Topography of London, Giving a Concise Local Description of and Accurate Directions to Every Square, Street, Lane, Court, Dock, Wharf, Inn, Public-Office, &c. in the Metropolis and its Environs, Including the New Buildings to the Present Time, Upon a Plan Never Hitherto Attempted. London: Printed by S. Couchman, Throgmorton-Street, 1810.
- Ogilby, John and William Morgan. A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London Ichnographically Describing All the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Courts, Yards, Churches, Halls and Houses, &c. Actually Surveyed and Delineated by John Ogilby, esq., His Majesties Cosmographer. London, 1676. Reprint. Lypne Castle: Harry Margary, 1976. [We cite by index label thus: Ogilby and Morgan B80.]
- Ogilby, John and William Morgan. London Survey’d, or, An Explanation of the Large Map of London Giving a Particular Account of the Streets and Lanes in the City and Liberties, with the Courts, Yards, Alleys, Churches, Halls, and Houses of Note in Every Street and Lane, and Directions to Find Them in the Map, with the Names and Marks of the Wards, Parishes, and Precincts Therein Described. London: Printed and Sold at the Author’s House in Whitefriars, 1677. Subscription. EEBO.
- Taylor, John.
The Carriers’ Cosmography.The Map of Early Modern London. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. University of Victoria. Open.
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