London (England) -- History -- Fire, 1666. : The dissolution of this world by fire. [electronic resource] : A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Knight, Lord-Mayor, the Aldermen, and Citizens of London, at the cathedral-church of St. Paul, on Monday, September 3. 1711. The Day of Humiliation for the dreadful Fire, in the Year, 1666. By Benjamin Ibbot, M. A. Rector of the United Parishes of St. Vedast, alias. Foster's, and St. Michael Quern; And Chaplain to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.
London (England) -- History -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : London, King Charles his Augusta, or, city royal. [electronic resource] : Of the founders, the names, and oldest honours of that city. An historicall and antiquarian work. Written at first in heroicall Latin verse, according to Greek, Roman, British, English, and other antiquities and authorities, and now translated into English couplets, with annotations. Imprimatur, Na. Brent.
London (England) -- History -- To 1500 -- Early works to 1800. : The survey of London : contayning the originall, increase, moderne estate, and government of that city, methodically set downe. With a memoriall of those famouser acts of charity, which for publike and pious uses have beene bestowed by many worshipfull citizens and benefactors... / Begunne first by the paines and industry of Iohn Stovv, in the yeere 1598. Afterwards inlarged by the care and diligence of A.M. in the yeere 1618. And now completely finished by the study and labour of A.M., H.D.
London (England) -- History -- To 1600 -- Sources. : A Chronicle of London, from 1089 to 1483; written in the fifteenth century, and for the first time printed from mss. in the British Museum: to which are added numerous contemporary illustrations, consisting of royal letters, poems, and other articles descriptive of public events, or of the manners and customs of the metropolis.