An essay on the many advantages accruing to the community, from the superior neatness, conveniencies, decorations and embellishments of great and capital cities. Particularly apply'd to the city and suburbs of London, Renowned Capital of the British Empire. Addressed to Sir John Barnard, Knt. Alderman, and Senior Representative in Parliament of the said City.
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An essay on the many advantages accruing to the community, from the superior neatness, conveniencies, decorations and embellishments of great and capital cities. Particularly apply'd to the city and suburbs of London, Renowned Capital of the British Empire. Addressed to Sir John Barnard, Knt. Alderman, and Senior Representative in Parliament of the said City.

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Main Author: Massie, J. (Joseph), d. 1784
Corporate Author: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for Henry Whitridge, at the Royal-Exchange, 1754.
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Access:Online version
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