Perambulations in London, and its environs comprehending an historical sketch of theancient state, and progress, of the British Metropolis; a concise description of its present state, notices of eminent persons, and a short account of the surrounding villages. In letters. Designed for young persons by Priscilla Wakefield

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Statementby Priscilla Wakefield.
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Paginationiv, 510, (17) p., plates ;
Number of Pages510
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