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Some account of the proposed improvements of the western part of London by the formation of the Regent"s Park, the new street, thenew sewer, &c. &c. Illustrated by a variety of plans, and accompanied by explanatory and critical observations by

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Published by Printed for Cadell & Davies in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cities and towns -- Planning -- London.

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Edition Notes

On spine: Regents Park.

Other titlesRegents Park.
StatementBy J. White.
ContributionsWhite, John, fl.1814.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 99, xcviii p., plates :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19415120M

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Some account of the proposed improvements of the Western part of London, by the formation of the Regent's Park, the new street, the new sewer. Illustrated by plans and accompanied by critical observations. View this map View as overlay Share this map    . Second edition, with additions. 8vo., pp. vi, [2], vii-xii, 99, [1], xcviii, six folding hand-coloured plans and one other engraved plate with elevations and a plan of a church proposed by the author; uncut in modern boards, cloth spine and red morocco label, lightly dust-soiled. Second edition of this work written by John White Jnr. (whose name now appears on the title-page) on behalf of his. Some Account of the Proposed Improvements of the Western Part of London, by the Formation of the Regent's Park, the New Street, the New Sewer, &C. &C. Paperback – 28 May by John White Author: John White. Illustrated by plans and accompanied by critical observations Zoomify image: Some account of the proposed improvements of the Western part of London, by the formation of the Regent's Park, the new street, the new sewer. Illustrated by plans and accompanied by critical observations.

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