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Chapter 1: Title page
Chapter 2: [Letter to the] LORD MAIOR: [...]
Chapter 3: The preface
Chapter 4: STOW'S Epistle Dedicatory
Chapter 5: THE LIFE OF JOHN STOW
Chapter 6: A Catalogue of Authors, Records and Manuscripts
Chapter 7: CHAPTERS and CONTENTS
Chapter 8: A LIST of the Subscribers Names.
Chapter 1: The Division of the CITY into four Parts.
Chapter 2: The Antiquity of the Wall built about the City.
Chapter 3: Of the Old Town-Ditch without the Wall of the City.
Chapter 4: The Gates made through the Walls of the City.
Chapter 5: Of the Ancient and present Rivers, Brooks...
Chapter 6: Of the Ancient and Famous River of THAMES
Chapter 7: A Survey of the River of Thames...
Chapter 8: A further Testimony concerning the River of Thames...
Chapter 9: A more particular Account of the Locks, the Wears, and Mills on the Thames .
Chapter 10: A further Account of this famous River of Thames
Chapter 11: Two Acts ... for the Preservation of this River
Chapter 12: The River LEE or LEY
Chapter 13: London Bridge. The Antiquity of it .
Chapter 14: Of such antient Towers and Castles.
Chapter 15: Of the TOWER of London
Chapter 16: The Antiquity and first Foundation of the Tower.
Chapter 17: The various Accidents, Occurrences ... that have happened in or concerning the Tower.
Chapter 18: Of the MINT in the Tower .
Chapter 19: Of the Office of the Ordnance kept within the Tower .
Chapter 20: Of the Offices of keeping the RECORDS in the Tower;
Chapter 21: Of the Houses for Students in the Law, called, The Inns of Court and Chancery.
Chapter 22: Of Schools, and other Houses of Learning, as are, or have been in the City.
Chapter 23: The College of Physicians.
Chapter 24: SION College.
Chapter 25: The Publick SCHOOLS.
Chapter 26: Colleges and Hospitals.
Chapter 27: St. Katharines.
Chapter 28: An Account of the dreadful Fire of London, Ann. 1666.
Chapter 29: Ancient Customs for Trade and Merchandise.
Chapter 30: A Rehearsal of many Honourable Acts of the City and Citizens.
Chapter 31: The Worth of Citizens. Supply their Princes Occasions for present Money.