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London the first) Southwark and Blackfriars bridges over the Thames are seen on the loft. SPauls with its towering dome in the distance. The large building on the right is the Custom House, Billings-gate next westward, and the London Monument beyond-The view is looking west.
AND PART OF
GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND
WHICH HAVE OCCURRED IN THE HISTORY OF THESE COUNTRIES:
OF DISTINGUISHED PERSONS IN ALL RANKS OF SOCIETY, WITH
OF THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE
Illustrated by 275 Engravings;
GIVING VIEWS OF CHIEF TOWNS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, RELICS OF ANTIQUITY,
BY JOHN W. BARBER,
MEMBER OF THE CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY-AUTHOR OF THE CONNECTICUT, MASSA-
C NEW HAVEN, CONN.:
PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. BARBER.