Fitz-Stephen's Description of the City of London, Newly Translated from the Latin Original; with a Necessary Commentary. A Dissertation on the Author, ... is Prefixed: and to the Whole is Subjoined, a Correct Edition of the Original, with the Various Readings, and Some Useful Annotations. By an Antiquary
B. White, 1772 - 81 pages
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