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Dugdale, Sir William. The history of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, from its foundation. Extracted out of original charters, records, leiger-books, and other manuscripts. Beautified with sundry prospects of the old fabrick, which was destroyed by the Fire of that city, 1666. As also With the figures of the tombs and monuments therein, which were all defac’d in the late rebellion. Whereunto is added, a continuation thereof, setting forth what was done in the structure of the new church, to the year 1685. Likewise, an historical account of the northern cathedrals, and chief collegiate churches in the province of York. London, 1716. Remediated by Eighteenth Century Collections Online.

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