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A survey of the buildings and encroachments on the river of Thames, on both sides from London-Bridge eastwards to the lower end of Lyme-house: taken by the principal officers and commissioners of his Majesties navy, with the assistance of the elder brethren of Trinity-house, in pursuance of an order of the right honourable the Lords Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of England, dated the first of March, 1683/4. Wherein is also particularly expressed which of the said buildings and encroachments are old, and which are new, and likewise which of them are judged most prejudicial to navigation and the river; together with references to each of them by numbers in the draught of the river lately made by Captain Collins

London : , 1684

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