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<bibl xml:id="AALT1" type="prim"><editor>Palmer, Robert C.</editor>, ed. <title level="m">Anglo-American Legal Tradition: Documents from Medieval and Early
                Modern England from the National Archives in London
</title>. U of Houston. <ref target="http://aalt.law.uh.edu/">Open</ref>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AARO1" type="sec">
                
<author>Aaron, Melissa</author>.
                
<title level="m">Global Economics: A History of the Theatre Business, the 
                  Chamberlain’s / King’s Men, and Their Plays, 1599-1642
</title>.
                Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 
<date when="2005">2005</date>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ABBO3" type="prim">
                
<author>Abbott, George</author><title level="m">Cheap-side crosse censured and
                  condemned
</title>. London: n.p., <date when-custom="1641" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1641</date>. Wing A63. Subscription.
                
<ref target="http://eebo.chadwyck.com/search/full_rec?SOURCE=pgimages.cfg&ACTION=ByID&ID=V111536">EEBO</ref>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ACKR1" type="sec">
                
<author>Ackroyd, Peter</author><title level="m">London: The Biography</title>. London: Anchor, <date when="2003">2003</date>.
              
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<bibl xml:id="ACTS1" type="prim">
                
<editor>Dasent, John Roche</editor>, ed. <title level="m">Acts of the Privy Council of
                  England
</title>. Vol. 46. London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, <date from="1890" to="1964">1890-1964</date>. Subscription. <ref target="http://www.british-history.ac.uk/catalogue.aspx?type=2&gid=156">BHO</ref>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM1" type="sec">
                
<author>Adams, Robert M.</author>, and <author>George M. Logan</author><title level="a">John Donne</title><title level="m">The Norton Anthology of English
                  Literature
</title>. Ed. <editor>M.H. Abrams</editor><editor>E. Talbot Donaldson</editor><editor>Alfred David</editor><editor>Hallett Smith</editor>,
                
<editor>Barbara K. Lewalski</editor><editor>Robert M. Adams</editor><editor>George M. Logan</editor><editor>Samuel Holt Monk</editor><editor>Lawrence Lipking</editor><editor>Jack Stillinger</editor><editor>George H. Ford</editor>,
                
<editor>Carol T. Christ</editor><editor>David Daiches</editor><editor>Jon Stallworthy</editor>. Vol. 1. 6th ed. New York: Norton, <date when="1993">1993</date>. 1080–82.
              
</bibl>
             
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM2" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:ADAM3">Adams, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">Mystical bedlam, or the vvorld of
                  mad-men
</title>. London: n.p., <date when-custom="1615" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1615</date>. STC <idno type="STC">124</idno>. EEBO. Subscription.</bibl>
              

              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM6" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:ADAM3">Adams, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The deuills banket described in foure
                  sermons
</title>. London: Thomas Snodham, <date when-custom="1614" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1614</date>. STC <idno type="STC">110.5</idno>. EEBO. Subscription.</bibl>
              
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM8" type="sec">
                
<author>Adams, Elizabeth D.</author>
                
<title level="a">A Fragment of a Lord Mayor’s Pageant</title><title level="j">Modern
                  Language Notes
</title>. 32.5 (<date when="1917">1917</date>): 285-289. JSTOR. Subscription.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM9" type="sec">
                
<author>Adams, Joseph Quincy</author><title level="a">The Conventual Buildings of Blackfriars, London, and the Playhouses Constructed Therein</title><title level="j">Studies in Philology</title> 14.2 (<date when="1917">1917</date>): 64-87.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM10" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:ADAM3">Adams, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The works of Thomas Adams: being the sum of his sermons, meditations, and other divine and moral discourses</title>. Ed. <editor>James Nichol</editor>. Vol. 3. Edinburgh: James Nichol, <date from="1861" to="1862">1861-1862</date>. Babel Haithi Trust. <ref target="http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008394629">Open</ref>. [We cite by volume and page number.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM12" type="sec">
                
<author>Adams, Reginald</author><title level="m">The Parish Clerks of London: A History of the Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks of London</title>. London and Chichester: Phillimore, <date when="1971">1971</date></bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM13" type="sec"><author>Adams, Joseph Quincy</author><title level="m">Shakespearean Playhouses</title>. Gloucester: Peter Smith, <date when="1917">1917</date>. Archive.org. <ref target="https://archive.org/details/shakespeareanpl01adamgoog">Open</ref>.</bibl> 
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADAM15" type="sec">
                
<author>Adams, Robyn</author><title level="a"><quote>The Service I am Here For</quote>: William Herle in the Marshalsea Prison, 1571</title><title level="j">Huntington Library Quarterly</title> 72.2 (<date when="2009">2009</date>): 217-238.
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ADEL2" type="sec">
                
<author>Adelman, Janet</author><title level="a">Making Defect Perfection: Shakespeare
                  and the One-Sex Model
</title><title level="m">Enacting Gender on the English
                    Renaissance Stage
</title>. Ed. <editor>Viviana Comensoli</editor> and <editor>Anne Russell</editor>. Chicago: U of Illinois P, <date when="1999">1999</date>. 23–52.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AGAS3" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:AGAS1">Agas, Ralph</name></author><title level="m">Civitas Londinum</title><date cert="low" when-custom="1560" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1560</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_AGAS3">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AGAS2" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:AGAS1">Agas, Ralph</name></author><title level="a">A View of London about the Year 1560</title><title level="m">The History and Survey of London from its Foundation to the Present Time</title><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope>. By <author>William Maitland</author><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Samuel Richardson</publisher><date when-custom="1739" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1739</date><biblScope unit="part">Frontispiece</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_AGAS2">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="AGAS4" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:AGAS1">Agas, Ralph</name></author><title level="m">London and Westminster in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Anno Dom. 1563</title>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_AGAS4">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AHNE1" type="sec">
                
<author>Ahnert, Ruth</author><title level="a">Writing in the Tower of London during the Reformation, ca. 1530–1558</title><title level="j">Huntington Library Quarterly</title> 72.2 (<date when="2009">2009</date>): 168-192.
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AILM1" type="prim"><title level="m">AIM25: Archives in London and the M25 Area</title>.
                U of London. 
<ref target="http://www.aim25.ac.uk/">Open</ref>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AIRS2" type="sec">
                
<author>Airs, Malcolm</author><title level="m">The Buildings of Britain: Tudor and Jacobean. A Guide and Gazetteer</title>. London: Barrie & Jenkins, <date when="1982">1982</date>.</bibl> 
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AIRS3" type="sec">
                
<editor>Airs, Malcolm</editor>, and <editor>Geoffrey Tyack</editor>, eds. <title level="m">The Renaissance Villa in Britain, 1500-1700</title>. Reading: Spire, <date when="2007">2007</date></bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ALLD1" type="sec">
                
<author>Allderidge, Patricia</author><title level="a">Management and Mismanagement at
                  Bedlam, 1547 to 1633
</title><title level="m">Health,
                    Medicine, and Morality in the Sixteenth Century
</title>. Ed. <editor>Charles Webster</editor>. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, <date when="1979">1979</date>. 141–64.</bibl>          
              
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ALLE3" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:ALLE6">Alley, Hugh</name></author><title level="m">Hugh Alley’s Caveat: The Markets of London in 1598: Folger MS V.a. 318</title>
                Ed. 
<editor>Ian Archer</editor>,
                
<editor>Caroline Barron</editor>, and <editor>Vanessa Harding</editor>. Publication
                Ser. 137. London: London Topographical Society, 
<date when="1988">1988</date>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ALLE5" type="sec"><author>Allen, Martin</author><title level="m">Mints and Money in
                Medieval England
</title>. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, <date when="2012">2012</date>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AMEL1" type="sec">
                
<author>Amelang, James S.</author>
                
<title level="a"><foreign xml:lang="la">Vox Populi</foreign>: Popular Autobiographies as Sources for
                  Early Modern Urban History
</title><title level="j">Urban History</title> 20.1
                (
<date when="1993">1993</date>): 30–42. Cambridge Journals. Subscription. </bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="AMES1" type="sec">
                
<author>Ames, Joseph</author><title level="m">Typographical Antiquities: or an historical account of the origin and progress of 
                  printing in Great Britain and Ireland
</title>. Vol. 3. London, <date from="1785" to="1790">1785-1790</date>. Gale CW3301914411.
              
</bibl>
              
                
              
<bibl xml:id="ANDR3" type="sec">
                
<author>Andrews, William</author><title level="m">Old Church Lore</title>. Hull:
                William Andrews, 
<date when="1891">1891</date>. Reprint. Wakefield: EP Publishing, <date when="1975">1975</date>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANNU1" type="prim">
                
<title level="m">The Annual Register, or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year
                  
<date when="1851">1851</date></title>. London, <date when="1851">1851</date>. Internet Archive. <ref target="http://archive.org/details/annualregistero02unkngoog">Open</ref>.</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON3" type="prim">
                
<title level="a">A Plan of London and Westminster Shewing the Forts Erected by Order of the Parliament in 1643 & the Desolation by the Fire in 1666</title><title level="j">The Gentleman’s Magazine</title> [<pubPlace>London</pubPlace><date when-custom="1749" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">Jun. 1749</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between p. 250 and 251</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON3">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON6" type="prim"><title level="m">A Groundplot of Part of the Citty of Westminster Containing Westminſter-Abby (or the Collegiate Church of St. Peter), Westminster-Hall, The Court of Wards, Court of Requests, Painted Chamber, House of Lords and Princes Lodgings, The Old & New Palace-Yard, The Great Sanctuary, and Several Other Places Adjacent</title><date notBefore-custom="1685" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1685(?)</date>.[<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON6">See more information</ref> about this map.]</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON22" type="prim"><title level="a">Grundtriss der Statt London wie solche vor und nach dem Brand anzusehen, sampt dem Newen Model, wie selbige widrum Auffgebauwet werden solle</title><title level="m">Theatri Europaei Continuatio X</title>. By <author>Johann Philipp Abelinus</author><author>Matthaeus Merian der Ältere</author>, and <author>Heinrich Oraeus</author><pubPlace>Frankfurt</pubPlace><publisher>Matthäi Merian</publisher><publisher>Caspar Merian</publisher> u. <publisher>Thomä Matthiä</publisher> Götzens sel. Erben , Wust u. Görlin, <date cert="low" when-custom="1677" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1677</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. 2B4v and sig. 2B5r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON22">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON23" type="prim">
                
<title level="a">A View of Part of the North-west Suburbs of London, as they Appeared, Anno 1570. Including the Whole of the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields and its Immediate Neighbourhood, its Parochial Churches, Erected at Different Periods, &c</title><title level="m">Some Account of the Hospital and Parish of St. Giles, Middlesex</title>. By <author>John Parton</author><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Luke Hansard</publisher><date when="1822">1822</date><biblScope unit="part">105</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON23">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON4" type="prim">
                
<title level="m">London, Part of the County of Middlesex, and Part of the County of Surrey</title><date when-custom="1662" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1662</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON4">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON5" type="prim"><title level="m">A Pocket Map of the Citties of London. Westminster. & Southwark. With the Addition of the New Bulidings to this Present Year 1725</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher><name ref="mol:BOWL3">Thomas Bowles</name></publisher><date when-custom="1725" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1725</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON5">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON7" type="prim"><title level="m">London, Westminster, Southwark</title>. 1690. <edition>Map</edition>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON7">See more information</ref> about this map.]</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON8" type="prim"><title level="m">Nouvelle Carte du Gouvernement Civil d’Angleterre et de Celuy de la Ville de Londres</title><date cert="low" when-custom="1700" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1700</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON8">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON9" type="prim"><title level="m">A New Mapp of the Citty of London Much Inlarged since the Great Fire in 1666 in which are Several Streets Places and Buildings of Note which hath been Added since aney other Mapps of London before this hath been Published</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>John Overton</publisher><date when-custom="1706" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1706</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON9">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON10" type="prim"><title level="m">A New and Exact Plan of the City of London and Suburbs Thereof, with the Addition of the New Buildings, Churches &c. to this Present Year 1720</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Henry Overton</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON10">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON11" type="prim"><title level="m">A New Mapp of the City of London &c. with the Many Additionall Buildings and New Streets Anno 1720</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Thomas Taylor</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON11">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON12" type="prim"><title level="m">A New and Exact Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster and the Borough of Southwark with all ye Additional New Buildings to ye Present Year: 1724</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Joseph Smith</publisher><date when-custom="1724" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1724</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON12">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON13" type="prim"><title level="m">A New & Exact Plan of ye City of London and Suburbs Thereof, With the Addition of the New Buildings, Churches &c. to this Present Year 1731 (Not Extant in Any Other,) Laid Down in Such a Method that in an Instant, May Easily be Found any Place Contained Therein</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher><name ref="mol:BOWL3">Thomas Bowles</name></publisher><date when-custom="1731" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1731</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON13">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON14" type="prim"><title level="m">Plan of the Parish of St. George’s, Hannover Square</title><date when-custom="1730" calendar="mol:julianSic" datingMethod="mol:julianSic">1730</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON14">See more information</ref> about this map.]</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON15" type="prim"><title level="m">A Pocket Map of London Westminster and Southwark with ye New Buildings to ye Year 1759</title><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>Robert Whity</publisher><date when="1759">1759</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON15">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON16" type="prim"><title level="m">Sketch of the Procession Usually Observed in the Coronation of our Kings & Queens Together with a Plan Pointing out Several New Paths and their Parts Adjacent</title><date when="1761">1761</date>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON16">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
              
<bibl xml:id="ANON17" type="prim"><title level="a">A Map of London, Westminster and Southwark with ye New Buildngs to ye Year 1764</title><title level="m">A New History of London from its Foundation to the Present Year</title>. By <author>George Reeves</author>. 2nd ed. <pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>G. Kearsly</publisher><publisher>W. Griffin</publisher><publisher>J. Payne</publisher><publisher>W. Nicoll</publisher>, and <publisher>J. Johnson</publisher><date when="1764">1764</date><biblScope unit="part">Frontispiece</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_ANON17">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM13" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Langborne Ward with its Division into Parishes. Corrected from the Last Survey. & Candlewick Ward with its Division into Parishes. Corrected from the Last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. U3r and sig. U4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM13">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM14" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Billingsgate Ward and Bridge Ward Within with it’s Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. Y2r and sig. Y3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM14">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM15" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Walbrook Ward and Dowgate Ward with its Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Surveys</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. 2B3r and sig. 2B4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM15">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM16" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Bread Street Ward and Cardwainter Ward with its Division into Parishes Taken from the Last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. B3r and sig. B4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM16">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM17" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Cheape Ward with its Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey, with Corrections and Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig.D1r and sig. D2v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM17">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM18" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Coleman Street Ward and Bashishaw Ward Taken from the Last Survey with Corrections and Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. G2r and sig. G3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM18">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM19" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Creplegate Ward with its Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey, with Additions, and Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. I3r and sig. I4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM19">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM20" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Aldersgate Ward and St. Martins le Grand Liberty Taken from the Last Survey, with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. M3r and sig. M4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM20">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM21" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">The Wards of Farington Within and Baynards Castle with its Divisions into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey, with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. Q2r and sig. Q3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM21">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM22" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Queen Hith Ward and Vintry Ward with their Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. 2C4r and sig. 2D1v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM22">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM23" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Farrington Ward Without, with its Division into Parishes, Taken from the Last Survey with Corrections & Amendments</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. 2F3r and sig. 2F4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM23">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM24" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of St. Andrews Holborn Parish as well Within the Liberty as Without</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. 2I1r and sig. 2I2v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM24">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM25" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">St. Olave and St. Mary Magdalens Bermondsey Southwark Taken from ye last Survey with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. C2r and sig.C3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM25">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM26" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St Saviours Southwark and St Georges taken from ye last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. D1r and sig.D2v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM26">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM27" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">The Parish of St Johns Wapping. The Parish of St Paul Shadwell</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. E2r and sig. E3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM27">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM28" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Map of the Parish of St Mary White Chappel and a Map of the Parish of St Katherines by the Tower</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. F2r and sig. F3v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM28">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM29" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Map of the Parish of St. Dunstans Stepney, als. Stebunheath Divided into Hamlets</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. F3r and sig. F4v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM29">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM30" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Spitt Fields and Plans Adjacent Taken from Last Survey with Locations</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. F4r and sig. G1v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM30">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="BLOM31" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Shoreditch Norton Folgate, and Crepplegate Without Taken from ye Last Survey with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. G1r and sig. G2v</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM31">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="BLOM32" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Cow Cross being St Sepulchers Parish Without and the Charterhouse</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. H2v and sig. H3r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM32">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM33" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St. Giles’s in the Fields Taken from the Last Servey, with Corrections and Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. K1v and sig. K2r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM33">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="BLOM34" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parishes of St. Clements Danes, St. Mary Savoy; with the Rolls Liberty and Lincolns Inn, Taken from the Last Survey with Corrections and Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig.O4v and sig. O1r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM34">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
</bibl>
              
<bibl xml:id="BLOM35" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St Margarets Westminster Taken from the Last Survey with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig.H3v and sig. H4r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM35">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="BLOM37" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St Martins in the Fields Taken from ye Last Survey with Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. I1v and sig. I2r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM37">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="BLOM38" type="prim">
                
<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">The Parish of St. James’s, Westminster Taken from the Last Survey with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. K4v and sig. L1r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM38">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St. Anns. Taken from the last Survey, with Correction, and Additions</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. L2v and sig. L3r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM39">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">A Mapp of the Parish of St Pauls Covent Garden Taken from the Last Survey</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. L3v and sig. L4r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM40">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<author><name ref="mol:BLOM42">Blome, Richard</name></author><title level="a">Lambeth and Christ Church Parish Southwark. Taken from ye last Survey with Corrections</title><title level="m">A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster: Containing the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate and Government of those Cities</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:STOW6">John Stow</name></author> and <author><name ref="mol:STRY2">John Strype</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 2</biblScope><pubPlace>London</pubPlace><publisher>A. Churchill</publisher><publisher>J. Knapton</publisher><publisher>R. Knaplock</publisher><publisher>J. Walthoe</publisher><publisher>E. Horne</publisher><publisher>B. Tooke</publisher><publisher>D. Midwinter</publisher><publisher>B. Cowse</publisher><publisher>R. Robinson</publisher>, and <publisher>T. Ward</publisher><date when-custom="1720" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1720</date><biblScope unit="part">Insert between sig. Z1r and sig. Z2r</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_BLOM41">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<date when="1967">1967</date>.</bibl>

               
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<author>Crouch, John</author><title level="m">Londinenses Lacrymæ. Londons Second
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<author>Crystal, David</author>, and <author>Ben Crystal</author><title level="m">Shakespeare’s Words: A Glossary and Language Companion</title>. New York: Penguin, <date when="2002">2002</date>.</bibl>

               
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<author>Cunningham, W.</author>
              
<title level="m">Alien Immigrants to England</title>. 2nd ed. London: Frank Cass, <date when="1969">1969</date>.</bibl>

               
<bibl xml:id="CUNN2" type="sec"><author>Cunningham, Peter</author><title level="m">Handbook of London Past and Present</title>. Vol 2. London: John Murray, <date when="1850">1850</date>. Open. <ref target="http://books.google.ca/books?id=0BQNAAAAYAAJ">Google Books</ref>.</bibl>
          
               
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<date when="2014">2014</date>. Subscription.</bibl>
          
               
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<bibl type="sec" xml:id="CURT9"><title level="a">Finding the Curtain Theatre</title><title level="m">Shakespeare’s Shoreditch</title>. Museum of London Archeology. <ref target="http://shakespearesshoreditch.com/?page_id=278">Open</ref>.</bibl> 

              
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<author>Dabhoiwala, Faramerz</author><title level="a">Summary Justice in Early Modern London</title><title level="j">The English Historical Review</title> 141.492 (<date when="2006">2006</date>): 796-822.
              
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<author>Daniell, David</author><title level="a">Tyndale, William
                (c.1494–1536)
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<author>Daniell, David</author><title level="a">Shakespeare and the City</title>.
                
<title level="m">Where are We Now in Shakespeare Studies?</title> Ed. <editor>W.R. Elton</editor> and <editor>John M. Mucciolo</editor>, eds. <title level="m">The
                Shakespearean International Yearbook 2
</title>. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, <date when="2002">2002</date>.
              321–31.
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<bibl xml:id="DANI4" type="sec"><author>Daniell, Christopher</author><title level="m">Atlas of Early Modern Britain, 1485-1715</title>. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, <date when="2014">2014</date>.</bibl>
              
              
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<author>Dawson, Giles E.</author> <title level="a">London’s Bull-Baiting and Bear-Baiting Arena in 1562</title><title level="m">Shakespeare Quarterly</title> 15.1 (<date when="1964">1964</date>): 97-101.
              
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<author><name ref="mol:DAVE1">Davenant, William</name></author><title level="m">The Just Italian</title>. London, <date when-custom="1630" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1630</date>.  <title level="m">EEBO</title>. Reprint. Subscription. STC <idno type="STC">6303</idno></bibl>

               
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<author>Davies, Gerald Stanley</author><title level="m">Charterhouse in London; Monastery, Mansion, Hospital, School</title>. London: J. Murray, <date when="1921">1921</date>. Print.
              
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<title level="m">GeoHumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place</title>. London: Routledge, <date when="2011">2011</date>.
              
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<bibl xml:id="DEBR1" type="sec"><author>De Bres, Karen</author><title level="a">English Village Street Names</title><title level="j">Geographical Review</title> 80.1 (<date when="1990">1990</date>): 56-67.</bibl>

               
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<title level="m">DEEP: Database of Early English Playbooks</title>. Ed. <editor>Alan B. Farmer</editor> and <editor>Zachary Lesser</editor><ref target="http://deep.sas.upenn.edu">Open</ref>.</bibl>
              
               
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<author>Deferrari, Roy J.</author>
              
<title level="m">A Latin-English Dictionary of St. Thomas Aquinas, Based on the Summa
                Theologica and Selected Passages of his Other Works
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<author><name ref="mol:DEFE3">de Fer, Nicholas</name></author><title level="a">Plan des Villes de Londres et de Westminster et de Leurs Faoubourgs avec le Bourg de Southwarke</title><title level="m">L’Atlas Curieux ou Le Monde Réprésenté dans des Cartes Générales et Particuléres du Ciel et la Térre Divisé tant en ses Quatre Principales Parties que par États et Provinces et Orné par des Plans et Descriptions des Villes Capitales et Principales et des plus Superbes Edifices qui les Embelissent: comme sont les Eglises, les Palais, les Maisons de Plaisance, les Jardins, les Fontaines, &c</title>. By <author><name ref="mol:DEFE3">Nicholas de Fer</name></author><biblScope unit="volume">Vol. 1</biblScope><pubPlace>Paris</pubPlace><publisher><name ref="mol:DEFE3">Nicholas de Fer</name></publisher><date when-custom="1705" datingMethod="mol:julian" calendar="mol:julian">1705</date><biblScope unit="part">Plate 11</biblScope>. [<ref target="mol:MAPS1#MAPS1_DEFE2">See more information</ref> about this map.]
              
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<bibl xml:id="DEIT1" type="sec">
              
<author>Deiter, Kristen</author><title level="m">The Tower of London in English
                Renaissance Drama: Icon of Opposition
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<author><name ref="mol:DEKK1">Dekker, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The magnificent entertainment giuen
                to King James, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, upon the day of
                his Majesties triumphant passage (from the Tower) through his honourable citie (and
                chamber) of London, being the 15. of March. 1603. As well by the English as by the
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              London: Printed by Thomas Creede for Thomas Man the younger, 
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<author><name ref="mol:DEKK1">Dekker, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The Shoemaker’s Holiday</title>. Ed.
                
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<bibl xml:id="DEKK3" type="prim">
              
<author><name ref="mol:DEKK1">Dekker, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The Shomakers Holiday: or, The
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<author><name ref="mol:DEKK1">Dekker, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The seuen deadly sinnes of London
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<bibl xml:id="DEKK5" type="prim">
              
<author><name ref="mol:DEKK1">Dekker, Thomas</name></author><title level="m">The Owles almanacke prognosticating
                many strange accidents which shall happen to this kingdome of Great Britaine this
                yeere, 1618 : calculated as well for the meridian mirth of London, as any other part
     of Great Britaine : found in an Iuy-bush written in old characters / and now
                published in English by the painefull labours of Mr. Iocundary
              Merry-braines
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