London (England) : A sermon on Zechariah iv. 7. preached in Charlotte-Street Chapel, July the 28th, 1769 : before the president, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Governors of the Magdalen Hospital, on laying the first stone of their new building, in St. George's-Fields, Southwark, for the reception of penitent prostitutes. Published at the Request of the President, &c. B William Dodd, LL. D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.
London (England) -- Militia -- 17th century. : The Free-mens petition: to the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the city of London, in Common-Council assembled : the humble representation of many thousands of the free-born people of England, inhabiting in London, and freemen of the same city..
London (England) -- Officials and employees -- Directories. : Wakefield's merchant and tradesman's general directory for London : Westminster, Borough of Southwark, and twenty-two miles circular from St. Paul's, for the year 1790. Containing an accurate list of the names and places of abode of the merchants, manufacturers, and principle tradesmen, alphabetically arranged with the Numbers as they are affixed to their Houses, agreeable to the late Acts of Parliament. Also Distinct Lists of the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, Commissioners of the Customs, Stamp, and Excise, with the Artists and Boarding Schools. Likewise Directors of the Bank, East India Company, and South Sea; Royal Exchange Assurance, Sun Fire. London Assurance, Westminster, Union, Hand-in-Hand and Phoenix Fire Offices. And The Committee of Merchants trading to Africa, Russia, Hudson's Bay, and Eastland. To Which IS Added A Correct List of the Bankers. .
London (England) -- Officials and employees -- Registers. : Some account of the several wards : precincts, and parishes, in the city of London. To which are added, lists of the Lord-Mayors, Sheriffs, and other officers, from the year 1660 to the present time; of the court of Aldermen At the Time of the Revolution in 1688; and of the Aldermen and Members of Parliament since that Period.