London Association : The principles of a real Whig [electronic resource] : contained in a preface to the famous Hotoman's Franco-Gallia / written by the late Lord-Viscount Molesworth ; and now reprinted at the request of the London Association ; to which are added, their resolutions and circular letter.; Molesworth, Robert Molesworth,
London Bridge London England Finance : The Clerk-Comptroller of the Bridge House, did this day deliver into this court, a brief statement of the produce of the Bridge-House estates [electronic resource] : and how the same has been disposed of, for the year ending 31st December, 1820, which was read and ordered to be printed, and a copy thereof sent to every member of this court.; City of London (England).
London Bridge London England Rates : Plan for raising three hundred thousand pounds, for the purpose of compleating the bridge at Black-Friars, and redeeming the toll thereon [electronic resource] : embanking the north side of the river Thames, between Paul's Wharf and Milford-lane, redeeming the antient toll upon London Bridge, repairing the Royal Exchange, and rebuilding the gaol of Newgate.
London Cabinet Makers : Rules & orders of the Cabinet Makers Society [electronic resource] : established in the year 1815, enrolled according to act of Parliament : for the benefit of industrious & ingenious mechanics and patronized by his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, and other distinguished noblemen, 71 corner of Leadenhall St., opposite Aldgate Pump, London.; London Cabinet Makers.
London Chamber Of Commerce : Plan of the Chamber of Commerce, (in the building late the King's Arms Tavern, Cornhill) or office [electronic resource] : for consultation, opinion and advice, information and assistance, in all commercial, insurance, and maritime affairs, and matters of trade in general.; Weskett, John.
London England Anecdotes : A journey to London in the year 1698 : after the ingenuous method of that made by Dr. Martin Lyster to Paris, in the same year, &c. / witten [sic] originally in French by Monsieur Sorbiere, and newly translated into English.; King, William,
London England Area Early Works To 1800 : London bigger than old Rome, or, An essay upon old Rome [electronic resource] : wherein 'tis plainly demonstrated that it's extent did not exceed that of new Rome, against Justus Lipsius, Vossius, and their followers, and that it never was so big as London is now humbly dedicated to the Honourable Robert Harley ... speaker to the honourable House of Commons / by a person of quality.; Souligné, de.
London England Biography Dictionaries : A biographical dictionary of actors, actresses, musicians, dancers, managers & other stage personnel in London, 1660-1800 / by Philip H. Highfill, Jr., Kalman A. Burnim, and Edward A. Langhans.; Highfill, Philip H.,
London England Buildings Structures Etc To 1800 : Londinopolis, an historicall discourse or perlustration of the city of London, the imperial chamber, and chief emporium of Great Britain : whereunto is added another of the city of Westminster, with the courts of justice, antiquities, and new buildings thereunto belonging / by Jam Howel, Esq.; Howell, James,
London England Charters Grants Privileges Sources : The charters of London, or, The second part of Londons liberty in chaines discovered [electronic resource] : in which by the ancient, rationall, and fundamental charters of the famous city of London is proved and declared that it is the true and undeniable right of all and every the barons, burgesses, free-men, or commoners of London to have their free vote in chusing out annually from amongst themselves a Lord Major, two sheriffes and all their aldermen ... : also it is declared to be the right of the said barons or commons to chuse the bridge-masters, chamberlain, common-clerk, and common-sergeant, &c., of the city of London ... : unto which charters is annexed a discourse to prove that though kings or parliaments may confirme unto the people their rights, freedoms and liberties, yet it lies not in their poweer to take them from them againe ... : in which is also proved that all pattentee-monopolizing-corporations are against and destructive to the fundamental laws of England ... : with divers other things worth the knowedg of all the free-men not only of London but of all England / for whose good this is published by Lieut. Col. John Lilburn ...; Lilburne, John,