London Bibliography
   Many works on this subject have been produced from time to time, and valuable bibliographies are available at the present day in such works as the following : The General Catalogue of the British Museum, London Library Catalogue, and other similar publications of learned societies, libraries, etc.
   An interesting note on the subject was published in N. and Q. 11th S.V. p. 341, suggesting a systematic treatment of the whole subject.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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