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Cover of: Cruchley's picture of London, or, Visitor's assistant; comprising the history, rise, and progress of the metropolis to the present period by G. F. Cruchley
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Cover of: Cruchley's picture of London, or, Visitor's assistant; comprising the history, rise, and progress of the metropolis to the present period by G. F. Cruchley

Cruchley's picture of London, or, Visitor's assistant; comprising the history, rise, and progress of the metropolis to the present period
and a sketch of the remarkable features of its environs, necessary to the foreigner or stranger ; to which is annexed, a new map of London, with references to the principal streets
by

Published by Published by G. F. Cruchley in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Preface dated: May 1831.

Caption at head of map: Cruchley's new plan of London, shewing all the new and intended improvements to the present time.

cat victorian 20000914 lwb

aut 200405 emh

Bound with Catalogue of general & county atlases. London : G.F. Cruchley, 1840.

Bound in original boards with leather backstrip. Printed paper label mounted on upper cover. Sticker mounted on front paste down: "Henry Fletcher, bookseller."

Other Titles Picture of London, Visitor's assistant

The Physical Object

Pagination xvi, 235 p. :
Number of pages 235

ID Numbers

Open Library OL25119228M
Internet Archive cruchleyspicture00cruc

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