The pocket remembrancer; or, a concise history of the City of London

Publication Date1741
RemainderContaining, among other things, I. Its name, antiquity, situation, magnitude, number of inhabitants, the river of Thames and the trade thereof. II. Of the Ecclesiastical government; to which is added, a particular account of each vicar and rector's yearly income in every parish, and in whose disposal the living is in (very useful for all clergymen.) III. Of the civil government of the City. IV. Account of the Lord Mayor, and all the officers under him. V. Of Guildhall, and the business done in the several courts there. VI. Of schools and colleges, when, and by whom founded, with their present endowments. VII. Of the General and Penny-Post-Office. VIII. Rates and orders of coachmen, chairmen, carmen, porters, and watermen. IX. A very particular account of the Tower. X. Of the custom-house. XI. Lists of the commissioners, &c. of the publick offices.
Extent235, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-lane


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