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A prospect and map of London
Drawn by Jonas Moore in 1662 and illustrated by Wenceslaus Hollar, this historic prospect and map of London, shows the river Thames to Woolwich Reach. Above the map of the Thames and surrounding areas is a birds eye view of London, and below a bird's eye view of Greenwich including ships on the river. Locations marked on the map include Westminster, the Isle of Dogs, Lambeth, Southwark, Stepney, Charlton, 'White Chappell', Limehouse, Greenwich, 'Deipford', 'Babyeshole' and East India House. Maps.188.h.1.(1).
- Image reference 082038
- Copyright The British Library Board